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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.

Cornil Sketchbooks (OHA 140)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection consists of two volumes of pencil and watercolor sketches of syphilitic lesions and pathological histology by Dr. Victor Cornil, a Paris pathologist who participated in the autopsy of John Paul Jones in 1905.

Keleman Reprint Collection (OHA 204.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection consists of 83 reprints of medical journal articles in the otolaryngology field.

Barondes Collection (OHA 108.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The collection includes personal and professional material from the incredibly full life and productive career of Dr. Barondes.

Flight Surgeon's Reports of Aircraft Crashes Collection (OHA 159)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection contains reports submitted by Medical Corps flight surgeons regarding USAAC crashes throughout the United States from 1933 through 1934.

Great Lakes Dental Tapes Collection (OHA 253)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The collection is comprised of audiovisual tapes that were produced by WRAMC-TV, and donated by the U.S. Army Dental & Trauma Research Detachment (a small detachment of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center located in Great Lakes, Illinois) in October 2008.

Donald Collection (OHA 147.02)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The Donald Collection was donated to the National Museum of Health and Medicine in 2007 by Douglas Donald, Dr. Donald’s son. The collection includes photographs and correspondence related to the US Army service of Dr. Donald, primarily during the period when he was commanding officer of the US Army Hospital Ship Algonquin, as well as his activities in converting commercial ships to hospital ships in World War 2.

Breneman Collection (OHA 121)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The collection consists of correspondence and special orders between Breneman and other officials during the Civil War, donated to the Museum in 1964.

DiLorenzo Collection (OHA 147)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The collection includes seminar material, notes, photographs, awards, and certificates.

Bainton Collection (OHA 106)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection consists of the text and x-ray photographs from an addendum to a seminar on bone tumors held by the California Tumor Registry moderated by Charles P. Schwinn (Surgical Pathologist and Associate Professor of Pathology, LAC-USC Medical Center) and Richard R. Schreiber (Radiologist and Assistant Clinical Professor, USC School of Medicine). Donated by Dorothy Bainton.

McCoy Collection/Leprosy Lantern Slide Set (OHA 225)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection includes a set 45 glass lantern slides about leprosy; including the history, diagnosis treatment, transmission, pathogenicity, epidemiology of the disease.

Dart Scrapbook (OHA 144.05)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Files: The scrapbook contains holiday cards, photographs, and copies of publications from the period of General Dart’s tenures as Pathologist and Curator at the Army Medical Museum and Director of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (1923-1950).

DeMaio Collection (OHA 145.1)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: The DeMaio Collection consists primarily of research material from trauma studies conducted from 1998-2001.

McGee Collection (OHA 227)

Publication
12/18/2015

Part of the Otis Historical Archives: This collection holds the papers of assistant surgeon Anita Newcomb McGee, who served as director of the Daughters of the American Revolution Hospital Corps (which became the Red Cross) and organized the Army Nurse Corps in 1901.

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