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1919 Class Picture

Description: Class photograph of the University of Texas Class of 1919. Two women are holding signs, one for "Laws 1919" and one for "Academs 1919" and a man is holding a sign for "Engineers 1919;" Edith Bonnet is standing in the front row, second from the left of the woman holding the "Academs 1919" sign. The names of all the attendees are typed on the back of the photo in order from first row to third row.
Date: April 12, 1969

An Account of the Early History of Surgery in Texas

Description: Text of the presidential address given at the Texas Surgical Society meeting held in Fort Worth on October 16, 1932. It discusses the early history of surgery in Texas, including the development of the specialty, early surgical procedures, the first medical associations and organizations, and discussions of notable Texas surgeons.
Date: October 1932
Creator: Singleton, Albert Olin, 1882-1947

An Account of the Early History of Surgery in Texas

Description: Text of the presidential address given at the Texas Surgical Society meeting held in Fort Worth on October 16, 1932. It discusses the early history of surgery in Texas, including the development of the specialty, early surgical procedures, the first medical associations and organizations, and discussions of notable Texas surgeons.
Date: October 1932
Creator: Singleton, Albert Olin, 1882-1947

[Animal Experiment Progress Report by Meyer Bodansky - February 1941]

Description: Experiment report by Dr. Meyer Bodansky discussing the use of certain chemicals and compounds in an experiment on rats. Dr. Bodansky notes the health and activity level of the rats and any interesting occurrences in the rat population. He notes that the rats seem healthy and none have died. Dr. Bodansky tells of his interest in the possibility of future experiments involving sodium sulfoacetate.
Date: February 15, 1941
Creator: Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941

[Appel Studio]

Description: Photograph of some of Doris Appel's Hall of Medicine sculptures in a studio or workshop. The sculpture in the foreground is being held up by several wooden beams and appears to have fencing or netting on the back of it.
Date: unknown

[Appel with Historians Sigerist and Castiglioni]

Description: Photograph Doris Appel, Henry E. Sigerist, a reporter from the Baltimore Sun, and Arturo Castiglioni walking through a garden area side by side. The photo is attached to a piece of brown paper, on which each member of the group is labeled. The paper appears to be an inside cover page from Sigerist's book, Civilization and Disease. There is a note from Sigerist to Appel on the page that reads, "To Doris Appel whose creations are a great contribution to civilization. Mr. Sigerist."
Date: unknown

[Appel with Sigerist at Johns Hopkins]

Description: Photograph of sculptor, Doris Appel, standing with medical historian, Henry Sigerist, near a large entrance passage at Johns Hopkins Institute. Sigerist is standing on the left with his right arm raised to wave at the camera and Appel is on the right holding multiple items in her arms, positioned facing Sigerist while smiling back at the camera.
Date: unknown

Ashbel Smith, M. D., (1805-1886): Pioneer Medical Educator in Texas

Description: A copy of typed remarks spoken by Dr. Chauncey D. Leake at Yale University on January 31, 1947, about the life and work of nineteenth-century doctor Ashbel Smith. Leake's handwritten edits and notes feature throughout. A paper based on this manuscript was printed in the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine #20, pp. 225-232; January, 1948.
Date: January 31, 1947
Creator: Leake, Chauncey Depew, 1896-1978

[Aviation Medical Examiner Class 51-A Graduation Reception]

Description: Photograph of three people, conversing while drinking tee or coffee and smoking, at a graduation reception for Aviation Medical Examiner Class 51-A of the School of Aviation Medicine, USAF, at Randolph Field in Universal City, Texas. From left to right: Brig. Gen. Otis O. Benson, Jr., Mrs. Leighton F. Downing, and Dr. Chauncey D. Leake. Included on the reverse is a note identifying the place, date, and subjects.
Date: January 27, 1951