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[Hall of Medicine in Appel's Studio]

Description: Photograph of the Hall of Medicine sculpture series created by Doris Appel lined up on display within Appel's studio. An unknown man is visible standing and observing one of the statues near the center of the photo. A handwritten label is adhered to the bottom right corner that reads, "The Hall of Medicine by Doris Appel -in the studio-".
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Pamphlet: John P. McGovern Hall of Medical History]

Description: Pamphlet for the John P. Govern Hall of History that features the Hall of Medicine sculpture series created by Doris Appel. The pamphlet gives historical information on each of the medical figures featured in the sculpture colelction before finally giving a brief biographical section on Doris Appel.
Date: unknown
Creator: University of Texas. Medical Branch.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Card: Galen]

Description: Card featuring a photograph of Doris's sculpture of Galen, with a quote on the left panel about Galen's prolific life and works.
Date: unknown
Creator: Appel, Doris
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Christmas Card: 1938]

Description: Holiday card from Doris and Bernard Appel featuring a photograph of Doris's sculpture of Marie Curie from her Hall of Medicine sculpture series. The card wishes readers a happy new year and includes a quote from Curie to her daughter.
Date: 1938
Creator: Appel, Doris & Appel, Bernard
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Doris Appel Pamphlet]

Description: Pamphlet with information about the sculptor, Doris Appel, that features a photo of her carving one of the statues from her Hall of Medicine series. A quote from "Michael Angelo" about carving stone is paired with the photo. On the back is a quote from Albert Einstein commenting on and praising Doris' sculpture of Marie Curie.
Date: unknown
Creator: Appel, Doris
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Sculpture of Surgeon]

Description: Photograph of Doris Appel's sculpture, "Surgery", a figure of a doctor with his arms raised as if operating on an unseen patient. An address label is adhered to the bottom right corner of the photo along with the title of the sculpture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[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
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Reviews of Hall of Medicine]

Description: Compilation of reviews praising Doris Appel's Hall of Medicine sculpture series from Albert Einstein, Henry E. Sigerist, and Arturo Castiglioni. Appel's studio address is typed at the top of the page.
Date: unknown
Creator: Appel, Doris
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[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
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[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
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Note from Henry E. Sigerist to Doris Appel]

Description: Note from Henry E. Sigerist to Doris Appel that reads, "To Doris Appel whose creations are a great contribution to civilization. Mr. Sigerist." The note is written on an inside cover page taken from Sigerist's book, "Civilization and Disease".
Date: unknown
Creator: Sigerist, Henry E.
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT