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1.
Community Health Collection ( #LL02-55)

This collection primarily contains newspaper articles from The Daily Reflector about East Carolina University’s Division of Health Sciences and Vidant Medical Center’s interaction with the larger community.

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Advertising Collection ( #LL02-12)

Advertisements for medicine, likely from between 1870 and 1910. The advertisements include patent medicine trade cards, blotter paper advertisements, broadside advertising sheets, booklets, and calendars. “Patent medicines” were often promoted as “cure-alls” for many parts of the body and their ingredient list (if any) was often inaccurate.

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ECU School of Medicine Collection ( #LL02-11)

The collection consists primarily of photographic, blueprint, journals, class photos, and other advertising materials used and/or created by the Medical News & Information department of East Carolina University.

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Edwin Wall Monroe Papers ( #LL02-18)

Papers, certificates, photos, and artifacts of Dr. Edwin Wall Monroe. This collection contains a great deal of information regarding the development of the East Carolina School of Medicine, including planning, politics, legislation, advertisement, construction, partnerships, details of the personnel involved, groundbreakings and other ceremonies, departments, additional buildings, and community services.

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Laupus Library—Moldova Exchange ( #LL02-61)

Information and artifacts from the visits to Laupus Library by librarians from the Moldovan Scientific Medical Library in 2007 and by the Moldovan Minister of Health in 2008.

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Laupus Library Exhibits and Displays Collection ( #LL02-22)

Information about the Laupus Library exhibits including those held at Joyner Library. The collection include signs, captions, bibliographies, lists, and illustrations.

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Country Doctor Museum Administrative Records ( #CD01-01)

The collection includes correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, minutes, lists, property documents such as deeds and plats, photographs, and audiovisuals and computer media.

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Poster Collection ( #LL02-51)

Five posters about the health sciences and East Carolina University.

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McCall-Wade Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #181)

Papers (1860-1870s, undated) consisting of memoir, comments, physical plan, scrapbook, advertisements, newspapers clippings.

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Oral History Collection ( #LL02-03)

Oral history interviews conducted with people connected with the health sciences, mainly in North Carolina. They include audiocassettes, videocassettes, CDs, DVDs, and transcripts.

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History of the Health Sciences Presentation Flyers ( #LL02-29)

Flyers, invitations, and programs from medical history lecture series put on by East Carolina University Medical History Club and then Medical History Interest Group.

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Papers Found in Books ( #LL02-23)

Miscellaneous papers found in books in the Laupus history collection that have been cataloged.

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ECU Medical Center News & Information Collection ( #LL02-07)

Negatives, slides, photograph contact sheets, reports and news releases from the Medical Center News and Information office at East Carolina University.

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Pitt County Memorial Hospital Collection ( #LL02-09)

The papers track the history and development of Pitt County Memorial Hospital and Brody School of Medicine, including scrapbooks, photographs, publications, and videos.

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Records of Leo Warren Jenkins' Tenure as President and Chancellor, 1960-1978 (University Archives Collection #UA02-06)

Collection covers the administrative term of Leo W. Jenkins as chief executive of East Carolina University. Speeches, correspondence, and publications include East Carolina gaining University status, the foundation of a medical school, the transition of athletics into Division I, and the growth of the campus.