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[Letter from James Polk Morris to Edith M. Bonnet, January 27, 1975]

Description: Letter from James Polk Morris, Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine at the Institute for the Medical Humanities, to Edith Bonnet thanking her for letting him visit her at home a few days before. According to the letter she was able to provide information that "are a historian's dream."
Date: January 27, 1975
Creator: Morris, James Polk
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from James Polk Morris to Edith M. Bonnet, October 1, 1975]

Description: Letter from James Polk Morris, Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine at the Institute for the Medical Humanities, to Edith M. Bonnet regarding a change in his travel plans. Morris says that he is "preparing a paper on women doctors in Texas for presentation to the Texas Academy of Science next spring."
Date: October 1, 1975
Creator: Morris, James Polk
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from James Polk Morris to Edith M. Bonnet, May 30, 1975]

Description: Letter from James Polk Morris, Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine at the Institute for the Medical Humanities, to Edith M. Bonnet relating a conversation they had on the phone regarding Charlotte Schaefer's family. He goes on to discuss those family members who were in attendance; Morris plans to get in touch with Schaefer's niece "to get family genealogy."
Date: May 30, 1975
Creator: Morris, James Polk
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from James Polk Morris to Edith M. Bonnet, June 30, 1975]

Description: Letter from James Polk Morris, Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine at the Institute for the Medical Humanities, to Edith M. Bonnet regarding his trip to "central Texas." Morris later comments on Dr. Bonnet's trip to Fredericksburg, to which he says it "sounds absolutely delightful."
Date: June 30, 1975
Creator: Morris, James Polk
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from A. Bryan Spires, Jr. to Edith Marguerite Bonnet, March 1, 1974]

Description: Letter from A. Bryan Spires, Jr. to Edith Marguerite Bonnet saying they received her letter not wanting to register with the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners. He goes on to mention that, by law, this letter serves "as notice to you that your 1974 registration fee is unpaid, and [her] license will be cancelled" in 15 days if the fee is left unpaid.
Date: March 1, 1974
Creator: Spires, A. Bryan, Jr.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Thank You Card from Jane Bayless to Edith Bonnet, December 3, 1974]

Description: Thank you card from Jane Bayless to Edith Bonnet thanking her for her signature on their poster, as well as to mention that they won "Honorable Mention on our Research and Romance of Medicine project at Southern Medical Ass'n meeting." Bayless wants Dr. Bonnet to attend their March 14 meeting."
Date: December 3, 1974
Creator: Bayliss, Jane
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Kenneth D. Blackfan to Edith M. Bonnet, March 15, 1927]

Description: Letter from Kenneth D. Blackfan, of the Harvard Medical School, to Edith M. Bonnet concerning her recent inquiry of "securing an internship at the Children's Hospital." Blackfan explains that women are not eligible for the position because they lack proper housing facilities for women.
Date: March 15, 1927
Creator: Blackfan, Kenneth D.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Max R. Woodward to Edith Bonnet, June 6, 1958]

Description: Letter from Max R. Woodward to Edith Bonnet expressing his desire to have her name put up for membership into the American Academy of Pediatrics. Woodward asks for her to send "a detailed record of your preliminary and graduate training and your various honors and offices in pediatrics."
Date: June 6, 1958
Creator: Woodward, Max R.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Letter from Howard Goodwin to Edith M. Bonnet, March 24, 1926]

Description: Letter from Howard Goodwin to Edith M. Bonnet letting her know that Mellin's Food is a highly regarded modifier of milk for baby formula and want her to read "two pamphlets first and then study the contents of our book." Goodwin concludes by saying they have suggestions "in relation to stools, constipation, colic, vomiting..."
Date: March 24, 1926
Creator: Goodwin, Howard
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Newspaper Clipping: Louisiana G. P.]

Description: Newspaper clipping entitled "Louisiana G. P." and discusses the creation of the American Academy of General Practice. According to the clipping, delegates chose Dr. Jason Poland Sanders to get the A.A.G.P started; Louisiana's chapter was the first to hold a scientific meeting.
Date: April 12, 1948
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT