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1.
Hospital Postcard Collection ( #LL02-26)

Picture postcards of hospitals in the United States. This collection has postcards from 44 states plus Washington, D.C. Many are in color.

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University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Faculty Photographs ( #CD01-94)

Seven engravings of University of Pennsylvania medical school faculty.

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Fry Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1197)

The largest portion (1911-1947) of this collection (1837-1993) contains correspondence, photographs, publications and ephemera related to the extensive charitable interests of Mary Estelle Crawford Fry, her husband James Woods Fry and son Gilbert Crawford Fry, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The charities include the Bethel Mission operating out of Hong Kong at the time of this correspondence (1938) due to war in China, the San Miao ...

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Wood Tucker Johnson Papers ( #CD01-30)

The collection contains a group of copied pages from several sources, with the cover page titled "Wood Tucker Johnson, M.D., Medical Lectures - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 1820-1823." Within these pages is a copy of a photograph (presumably of Johnson), a letter, copied pages from books, and complete typed versions of two books. Also in the collection are two handwritten books and Johnson's certificate of membership to...

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Little-Greenawalt Collection (Manuscript Collection #372)

The bulk of the collection (1841-1979) contains genealogical information about the Hollinger, Greenawalt, Little, and Iseminger families of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Other items include a journal (1855-1959) kept by three generations of the Little family, two very descriptive large paper broadsides announcing public sales of estates in Lemaster, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania (1907), and Upton, Pennsylvania (1904), World War I military Sel...

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Edmund Simpson Boice Papers ( #CD01-09)

Contained in the collection are notebooks, pamphlets, photographs and negatives from Boice’s time at the University of Pennsylvania and his career afterwards.

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John Brentlinger Diary (Manuscript Collection #438)

Diary (1862-1863) including photocopy, camp life, burning of boat, etc.

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Wilkins B. Winn Collection (Manuscript Collection #218)

Collection (1899-1957 [Bulk: 1899-1954]) of diaries by Rev. J.G. Cassel, a Brethren of Christ missionary in Guatemala, 1899-1957; also an untitled history of missionary work in Guatemala by William Haymaker, written in 1947, describing his missionary career, 1887-1947. 8 vols. Photocopy holograph & Carbon typescript.

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Dr. John A. Hargleroad Papers ( #CD01-105)

Contained in this collection are materials originally owned by Dr. William C. Groves including medical lecture tickets from Pennsylvania College and a patient's death certificate.

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John L. Kerr Papers (Manuscript Collection #203)

Papers (1847-1929) including correspondence, deeds, plats, family letters, bills, poems.

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Thomas H. Avera Papers ( #CD01-02)

The papers consist mainly of matriculation cards, document certifying receipt of Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and patient account book.

12.
Raymond Drew Collection (Manuscript Collection #1252)

This collection contains a photograph album (1944-1945) kept by Raymond Drew (of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) while he was a member of Marine Photographic Squadron 254 (VMD-254) during World War II. His squadron later became a part of Squadron 954 (VMD-954). This squadron was based in Greenville, North Carolina, and the album contains photographs of the Greenville base and of Pacific Theatre battle sites.

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Garrenton Family Papers ( #LL02-02)

Lecture notes, business accounts, newspaper articles, military papers, and artifacts of the Garrenton Family. The Garrentons include: James Francis Garrenton (1839-1913), Cecil (1883-1935), and Connell (1910-1985). They established the Bethel Clinic near Greenville, North Carolina.

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William W. Perry Diary (Manuscript Collection #338)

Diary (1864-1865) kept by William W. Perry, a Pennsylvania soldier who joined the Union Army on January 4, 1864, at the age of thirteen. Also included are eight pages listing the men from Ringgold, Pennsylvania, who served in the Union Army during the Civil War.

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F. Rhem and Sons Company Records (Manuscript Collection #469)

Records (1761-1936, 1942-1981) including correspondence, legal and financial papers, estate papers, receipts, financial records, surveys, newspaper clippings, photographs, bills of lading, genealogy, stock certificates, corporation minutes, and land records.