Med. Medical History
Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Order sheets for artificial legs and arms from the A.A. Marks Company of New York, New York.
Dr. Ira W. Baldwin graduated from the Ohio College of Medicine in 1867 and practiced medicine in Xenia, Ohio. His collection includes lecture tickets and his medical diploma and license.
The collection consists of a single Adobe Spark project entitled “Insta Fresh Corona Thyme #COVID19: The Life of an Instacart Shopper During COVID19.” The project includes 11 photographs, with captions, describing a trip to the grocery store Fresh Thyme, while working as a shopper for the grocery delivery service Instacart, near the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in March 2020. The final photograph also shows damage still being repaired from the May 2019 Dayton tornadoes.
M. G. Bohn was a druggist and pharmacist in Miamisburg, Ohio. The scrapbook contains handwritten prescriptions from several area physicians. Prices of prescriptions are indicated beginning at 70 cents.
The collection consists of a single album, containing primarily photographs, as well as news clippings, documents, and mementoes, concerning Dayton pharmacist and physician Dr. Carl Henry Breidenbach (1867-1926) and his family. In addition to family photographs and a few medical scenes, other notable topics of the photographs include the Dayton flood of 1913, bicyclists, and the President Rutherford B. Hayes home in Fremont.
The collection consists of Dorothy Brower’s sketches and finished artwork as well as medical and non-medical photography, correspondence, non-medical artwork, publications by and about Ms. Brower, reference materials, and medical sculptures.
This small collection contains two items. The first is a letter from Charles Lindbergh to Charles I. Barron, M.D., expressing his appreciation to Dr. Barron for permitting him to undergo decompression tests in Lockheed Aircraft Company's high-altitude chamber. The second item is Lindbergh's electrocardiogram from a Flight Personnel Examination.
The Civil Aviation Medical Association is a non-profit international medical association concerned with the safety of civil aviators. It is affiliated with the Aerospace Medical Association. The records generally consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, brochures, and the association’s newsletter.