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159th Medical Evacuation Company Collection (OHA 83.03)

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12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The materials in this collection were donated by Angela Wagner, the last acting commander of the 159th Medical Company at the time of its closure in 2007. The archival items include correspondence, official pronouncements, forms, memoranda, manuals, and photographs related to the work of the unit.

Bayne-Jones Collection (OHA 109)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection contains the collected papers of Bayne-Jones, as well as a wide range of materials and information on Bayne-Jones from his professional and personal files.

Hamilton Collection (OHA 180)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: Papers of Marine Hospital Service Surgeon General John Brown Hamilton. Includes two scrapbooks of clippings, a letterbook with official correspondence, a diary covering Hamilton's service as a delegate to Germany, a photograph, an AMA certificate, a booklet called "Lessons in Longevity," and three reprints. Hamilton's mortar board is in Historical Collections

Hoffman Collection (OHA 191.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The collection contains a medical society certificate, an offprint of an article on epidemic hemorrhagic fever, and 131 slides from Hoffman’s personal collection.

Chambre Collection (OHA 133.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: Ruth Chambre and her husband Ernest fled Europe to New York via Germany, France and Palestine during WWII. The collection consists of two photographs, three licenses and seven certificates.

Armitage Collection (OHA 99)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection consists of a book, photograph, and certificates donated by George L. Armitage III in 1985.

298th General Hospital Records (OHA 83.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection was created by Dr. Clifford Kiehn in his professional capacity as a doctor with the 298th General Hospital at Frenchay Hospital during World War I. It also includes other material added by the archival repositories that previously owned the collection. Materials include photographs, paper records, lantern slides, film negatives, and reports.

Comparative Neuroanatomy Reprint Collection (OHA 138.7)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The Comparative Neuroanatomy Reprint Collection consists of articles on comparative neuroanatomy and brain evolution across vertebrates from the early decades of the 20th century.

Kulstad AIDS Ephemera Collection (OHA 212.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: Ruth Kulstad collected this material while serving as an editor for Science. Additional material that she collected can be found in the American Association for the Advancement of Science Archives.

Bell (William) Collection (OHA 111)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: Most of the Army Medical Museum's early photographic work was done by William Bell in the Museum's studios. This collection includes photographs, commission documents, original obituaries, an oil painting and 32 stereographs by Bell.

Gillette Receipt Book (OHA 172)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The notebook consists of handwritten recipes for various medicines, both Gillette’s and those attributed to other doctors, along with dosage information.

New York Medical Examiner's Collection (OHA 251)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection consists primarily of copies of records of the New York City Medical Examiner's Office, from autopsy cases related to specimens held in NMHM’s Anatomical Collections.

Biomedical Engineering Society Collection (OHA 114.4)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The materials in this collection include meeting minutes, proceedings, programs, correspondence, historical narratives, brochures, templates, photographs, floppy discs, and slides. Collectively, these materials document the history of the BMES.

Arnold Photomicrographs (OHA 101)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This single volume of photomicrographs contains twenty-one images. A stamp on the inside of the book suggests it was donated to the Surgeon General’s Office at the time of publication.

MacNeill Collection (OHA 220.07)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: Dialyzer prototypes designed and built by MacNeill between 1952 and 1954 are housed in the NMHM’s Historical Collections. The Research and Development Division of the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, funded the development of this device under contact DA-49-007-MD-475, as the use of the artificial kidney by the 11th Evac Hospital in Korea proved the value of this new technology, but remained cumbersome under field conditions. The MacNeill device was compact, easier and quicker to clean, and had a less complex design. OHA 220.07 consists of three notebooks that describe the development, testing, and operation of the device, along with outcomes from preliminary research. The design was ultimately put in production as the MacNeill-Collins dialyzer and used to a limited extent during the Vietnam Conflict between 1968 and 1969.

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