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1919 Class Picture
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.
An Account of the Early History of Surgery in Texas
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.
An Account of the Early History of Surgery in Texas
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.
All's Well (A Pillow Prayer)
Hymnal created by Harriet McEwen Kimball entitled "All's Well (A Pillow Prayer)." This copy is typed on a piece of paper and cut out to a smaller rectangular shape.
American Society of Clinical Pathology: Amendments to Constitution
Text outlining amendments to the constitution of the American Society of Clinical Pathology. The amendments concern organization membership and various issues related to committees.
[Animal Experiment Progress Report by Meyer Bodansky - February 1941]
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.
Anomalies of the Colon
Paper covering the topic of the colon and conditions that effect it.
[Apothecary Table of Weights and Equivalents]
Apothecary table of weights equating drams to other units of measurement such as an ounce, gram, teaspoon, etc. According to the table 8 drams equals 1 ounce, and 1 dram equals 1 teaspoon.
[Argument Concerning Summer Medical School]
Argument by an unknown author discussing the current low salary for doctors in the United States and reasons why a medical school running through the summer would not work.
[Article about the Death of Meyer Bodansky]
Article about the death of Dr. Meyer Bodansky, reprinted from Surgery Magazine out of St. Louis, Missouri, describing Dr. Bodansky's life and successes.
[Article over Refugee Physicians Reprinted from Modern Medicine]
Two articles detailing refugee physicians in America and the difficulties that arise for them and for the communities they try to integrate themselves in.
[Attendance Verification Letter from the Acting Dean of the University of Texas School of Medicine - October 1938]
Letter from the Acting Dean of the University of Texas School of Medicine affirming that Oscar Bodansky attended the school from 1928-1929 and completed several classes with passing grades.
[Bachelor of Surgery Examination for University of London]
Examination for the Bachelor of Surgery Honours degree from the University of London, containing two questions about surgery.
[Bachelor of Surgery Examination for University of London]
Examination for the Bachelor of Surgery Honours degree from the University of London, containing two questions about surgery.
[Bachelor of Surgery Examination for University of London]
Examination for the Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University of London, containing three questions about surgical anatomy and surgical operations.
Bass Standard Treatment for Malaria
Small sheet outlining the "Bass Standard Treatment for Malaria;" it covers steps one through 4 and tips to handle malaria in acute cases.
Bexar County Tuberculosis Association 1951-1952
Document listing the officers and Board of Directors of the Bexar County Tuberculosis Association. According to the document Edith Bonnet is the president of the association.
Bibliography of Meyer Bodansky, Ph.D, M.D., Professor of Pathological Chemistry, University of Texas Medical School; Director of the Laboratory of the John Sealy Hospital and of the John Sealy Memorial Research Laboratory
Bibliography of Dr. Bodansky including all of his published work from 1919-1938.
Bibliography of Meyer Bodansky, Ph.D, M.D., Professor of Pathological Chemistry, University of Texas Medical School; Director of the Laboratory of the John Sealy Hospital and of the John Sealy Memorial Research Laboratory
Bibliography of Dr. Bodansky including all of his published work from 1919-1938.
Bibliography of the Writings of J.E. Thompson
Bibliography containing a list of J.E. Thompson's writings, most of which were published in medical journals. Also included are three articles co-authored with V.H. Keiller.
Bibliography of the Writings of J.E. Thompson, M.B., B.S. (Lond), F.R.C.S. (Eng.)
Bibliography page containing a list of 79 published medical articles written by J.E. Thompson, including three articles co-authored with V.H. Keiller.
Biochemistry of Disease: A Clinical Approach To The Biochemical Aspects of Disease To Everyday Problems in Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Pamphlet from the Macmillan Company advertising the "Biochemistry of Disease" textbook written by Meyer Bodansky and Oscar Bodansky.
Biographical Data, Calendar Year 1939: M. Bodansky
Dr. Bodansky's biographical data in 1939, detailing the work he's published, papers read, offices held, honors and appointments received, and research currently in progress.
Biographical Data, Calendar Year 1940: M. Bodansky
Dr. Bodansky's biographical data in 1940, detailing the work he's published, papers read, offices held, honors and appointments received, and research currently in progress.
[Biographical Sketch of James E. Thompson, Surgeon]
Brief biographical sketch of James Edwin Thompson, including the details of his professional development, publications, and family.
[Blank Letterhead for the Boston Committee on Medical Emigres]
Blank letterhead for the Boston Committee on Medical Emigres.
[Blood Analysis: Number 4425 - October 7, 1936]
Medical analysis of a blood test performed by the Laboratoire D'Analyses Medicales including specific measurements, a graph, and a summary of findings.
Border Line Cases That Deeply Concern Dentists and General Surgeons
Paper written by Dr. J.E. Thompson discussing the overlap between surgery and dentistry.
A Brief History of Sutures
Presidential address given by John H. Sewell before the Texas Surgical Society. In the speech, Sewell discusses technological advancements throughout history in the methods used to close surgical incisions.
[Brochure for Recent Executive Board Actions]
Brochure showing the "Recent Executive Board Actions," such as an orientation time change, revisions to the constitution and by-laws, and positions being attained/promotions. The back of the page shows an advertisement for Sommers Rexall Drug Stores.
[Brochure for the North Texas Medical Meeting]
Brochure for the North Texas Medical Meeting. The brochure describes general information about where the conference will be held, activities outside of the conference, and travel accommodations.
[Bulletin Number One of the National Committee for the Resettlement of Foreign Physicians]
A bulletin reviewing the activities of various committees dealing with emigre physicians and reporting events of interest.
[Canteen Service Course Completion Certificate Granted to Eleanor Bodansky by the Galveston Chapter of the American National Red Cross]
Certificate granted to Eleanor Bodansky for completing the Canteen Service course conducted by the Galveston chapter of the American National Red Cross.
Carl A. Moyer - The Dallas Years
Presidential address given by Ernest Poulos before the Texas Surgical Society. In the speech, Poulos discusses the life of Carl Alfred Moyer, a teaching surgeon, with particular focus on his time in Dallas from 1946-1951.
Case Report, Mr. W.A. Fields, False Aneurysm
Case report written about a case of false aneurysm and surgical treatment attempts, as well as the eventual successful surgery.
[A Case Report with Three Generations Studied]
A report done by Thomas S. Myrick on three generations of sickle-cell anemia.
The Cause and Cure of Nepotism
Presidential address given by John H. Sewell before the Texas Surgical Society. In the speech, Sewell discusses the similarities between his own and his brothers' paths through schooling and practice, including their activities in the Texas Surgical Society.
Cerebrospinal Fluid Findings in Various Conditions
Large chart detailing cerebrospinal fluid under various conditions, such as the color that the fluid would be in a person with a brain tumor compared to the color in a healthy person.
[Certificate from the Bexar County Tuberculosis Association]
Certificate presented to Edith Bonnet recognizing her "dedicated service in the fight against Tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases."
[Certificate from the University of Chicago's Registrar Office Verifying Dr. Meyer Bodansky's Graduation with a Doctorate Degree in Biological Sciences]
Certificate from the University of Chicago's Office of the Registrar's verifying that Dr. Bodansky graduated with a doctorate degree of medicine in the division of the biological sciences.
[Certificate from the University of Texas Medical Branch Alumni Association]
Certificate presented to Edith M. Bonnet by the University of Texas Medical Branch Alumni Association in honor of her service to her community "for the last fifty years."
[Certificate of Appreciation to Edith Bonnet]
Certificate of appreciation presented to Edith Bonnet "For outstanding service toward improving community health in the fight against emphysema, tuberculosis and air pollution.
[Charcoal Drawing of a Dark Forked Path Lined with Lights]
Charcoal drawing of a dark, winding forked path surrounded by grassy hills. There is a bright, cross-shaped star in the dark night sky. Lighted lamps line the road in the background of the image. There is the side of a structure visible on the right-hand side of the drawing. There is a handwritten note on the back of the drawing that reads, "To Dr. and Mrs. M. Bodansky, with wishes for a Happy New Year, A. J. Goldforb, and delightful memories of our visit with you".
CHEM.411, Edith M. Bonnet, 1925
Notebook used by Edith M. Bonnet for CHEM.411 in 1925. Pages within the notebook include diagrams and equations to create different compounds. Pages 142-173, and 175-185 are blank.
A Clinician's View of Medical Education
Article reprinted from the Texas State Journal of Medicine, discussing issues in medical education, such as a recent decline in applicants, teacher shortage, finances, and surgeon training.
[Clipping of a Note from the Desk of Edith M. Bonnet]
Clipping from a piece of paper from Edith M. Bonnet's desk with a note on the back reading: "Frenchman;s Cove 1975 or '76."
[Clipping of a Quote from Harry Emerson Fosdick's Sermon]
Clipping highlighting a quote from a sermon by Harry Emerson Fosdick, discussing Ole Bull "the great violinist," which reads like a motivational speech.
[Close-Up of Man on Stretcher]
Slide of a close-up of a man on a stretcher, with blood around his mouth, during Operation Recheck in Galveston, Texas. A pair of feet are visible to the left, and hands to the right touch a tag on the man's chest.
[Confirmation of Postal Telegraph from Benjamin R. Harris to Dr. Meyer Bodansky - November 12, 1940]
Confirmation of telegraph from B.R. Harris to Dr. Bodansky, asking him to attend a conference for the Emulsol Corporation in Washington D.C., on early November 18th.
Congregation B'Nai Israel - Galveston, Texas: Confirmation Services
Congregation B'Nai Israel's pamphlet for their Shabuoth service and confirmation service given on June 11, 1940 and June 12, 1940. The confirmation service occurred on Shabuoth Eve at 7:30 o'clock and the Shabuoth morning service commenced at 10:00 o'clock, headed by Rabbi Henry Cohen.