Medicine -- Practice -- New York (State)
Subject Source: Local sourcesFound in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Various materials on the life and medical career of Dr. Albert Henry Briggs. Dr. Briggs was a prominent member of the medical profession in Wester New York serving as Buffalo's first health officer and Cheif Surgeon of the 65th Regiment of New York Volunteers. The collection includes account books, ledgers, office registers, journals, and other related materials.
Overview Material related to the medical career and personal biography of Dr. Baxter Brown. Dr. Brown Specialized in Urology at the Buffalo General Hospital and was Chief of Surgical Services during World War II. The collection includes records of the 23rd General Hospital, U.S. Army; records of the Society of Medical Consultants to the Armed Forces, 1949-1966; press releases of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission on medical aspects of atomic weapons, 1949-1950; and personal papers including photo albums.
Overview Materials relating to the life and medical career of Dr. William F. Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs was the first full-time pathologist in Buffalo as well as a graduate in 1908 of the Buffalo School of Medicine and later faulty member. The collection includes birth/death records, correspondences, minutes of the Buffalo Pathological Society, and personal reminiscences.
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Collection — Box 1-5, 6+
Overview The Henry Amos Wilmot Papers consist primarily of the financial records of Dr. Wilmot from the time of his graduation from the University of Buffalo Medical School in 1877 until his death in 1924, documenting names of patients, dates of treatments, costs, and when, how or whether Dr. Wilmot was paid. Also includes letter files, consisting mainly of bills for medical supplies and other items, as well as Dr. Wilmot's framed diploma.