Medicine--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Notes, 1845, of John W. Garlick, student at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., interfiled with a printed syllabus of lectures by Thomas D. Mutter. The book includes memoranda of a private school operated by the Pendleton family of "Cuckoo," Louisa County, Va.
A medical student's notes, possibly as a student of Dr. Benjamin Rush of the College of Philadelphia (University of Pennsylvania). Includes an index with entries such as Animal Food, Blisters and Diseases of the Mind. Each topic is handwritten on one page, with a description of the ailment and the remedy. Notes are bound in book form with a leather cover. The spine has a title "Rush's Lectures." 440 pages. Notes are on numbered pages 1 - 330 and the index is at end of book.
Notes, circa 1874, taken by John C. Stubbs, student at Washington University, Baltimore, Maryland. Includes diary, 27 July-14 September 1874, and several unfinished stories. Washington University in Baltimore became defunct in 1877. See Baltimore: Its History and Its People (N. Y., 1912), I, 595-596.