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Medical personnel

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

Arkansas League for Nursing Records

Identifier: MC 941
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of official records of the Arkansas League for Nursing, as well as reference materials collected by its members, and papers of Linnie Beauchamp, who was an influential member of the organization. Materials include official ALN correspondence, memoranda, and minutes; documents related to the drafting of the ALN Constitution and By-laws; convention records; news releases; workshop, task force, and committee records; photographs; and clippings. Other organizations...
Dates: circa 1890-1995; Majority of material found within 1955-1985

Pat Rhine Brown Materials

Identifier: MC 1906
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an oral history of Pat Rhine Brown conducted by Tom W. Dillard on March 24, 2010, as well as copies of newspaper clippings regarding Brown and her family, a brochure commemorating the centennial anniversary of Arkansas Mill Supply Co., and a Spring 1984 issue of Neighbors: South Arkansas' Magazine with a cover story on her father, Dr. T.E. Rhine. Topics discussed in the oral history interview include Brown's childhood in Thornton,...
Dates: circa 1959-2010

Cazort Family Memoirs

Identifier: MC 1669
Scope and Content Note

The memoir written by May McClerkin pertains to the Cazort family of Johnson County, Arkansas, who ran a successful business and farming operation near Lamar and Clarksville near the railroad after the Civil War. The memoir by Dr. Cazort pertains to his childhood in Johnson County.

The collection is photocopied and organized into three folders.

Dates: ca. 1880-1986

William Bruce Center Materials

Identifier: MC 1717
Content Description

The collection contains materials related to Arkansas physician William Bruce Center, including photographs, correspondence, artwork, his diploma from the University of Arkansas Medical Department, and a Scottish Rite certificate.

Dates: circa 1912-1967

Neil Compton Papers

Identifier: MC 1091
Scope and Content Note The collection includes both Compton's personal and professional materials. These include medical log books, calendars, correspondence, clippings, and various memorabilia relating to his past as a student of Bentonville High School, the University of Arkansas, and the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Also included are drafts and notes Compton used in writing his books. The collection contains materials relating to Compton's activities as a conservationist and outdoor...
Dates: 1914-1998

George Daniel Counts Papers

Identifier: MC 537
Scope and Content Note The records consist of nine ledgers, seven "calendar diaries," and a number of notes, announcements, advertisements, etc., that had been laid in. The ledgers contain two main sets of records, the one being the accounts of G. D. Counts's medical practice, the other being the accounts of a general store owned by the doctor's brother, Lewis Marvin, at first in partnership with G. D., later in partnership with George B. Lucas. A number of the ledgers also contain some personal or household...
Dates: 1895-1944

Albert Dunlap Ledger and Journal

Identifier: MS D92
Scope and Content Note Financial records and medical notes of Fort Smith, Arkansas physician and surgeon, pertaining to his war-time service as Confederate States Army surgeon and to his post-war practice. One volume contains weekly "Accounts Current" and monthly financial statements compiled by Dunlap in his capacity as Surgeon-in Charge of the Confederate Army's general hospitals at Monticello, Arkansas, July 23, 1864 to October 7, 1864, and at Washington, Arkansas, October 15, 1864 to May 22, 1865....
Dates: 1861; 1864-1865; 1867-1870

Elias Rector DuVal Birth Records

Identifier: MS D95
Scope and Content Note

Record of birth certificates issued between August 18, 1884 and June 1, 1885 by Dr. DuVal, physician practicing in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Dates: 1884-1885

E. F. Ellis Papers

Identifier: MC 1889
Scope and Contents

The collection contains record books, primarily containing appointment and payment records, of Arkansas physician E. F. Ellis.

Dates: circa 1904-1957

Ellsworth Family Papers

Identifier: MC 1162
Scope and Content Note The material in the first accession (Boxes 1-14) was largely collected and saved by Sarah Van Patten Ellsworth and her daughter Bessie Graham Ellsworth. Many of the pictures and scrapbooks were used as exhibit material when the Ellsworth house, "Wildwood," was opened as a private museum in 1963. The Ellsworth family papers include correspondence, journals (including one kept by Sarah Van Patten Ellsworth in 1865-1866), scrapbooks, albums (including an autograph album of visitors...
Dates: 1858-1979

William P. Floyd Journal

Identifier: MC 172
Scope and Content Note

Journal written by William P. Floyd, a surgeon with Edward Fitzgerald Beale's wagon road expedition who documented his trip from Virginia to Fort Smith, then on to the Colorado River.

Dates: 1858-1859

The P.L. and Sue Kelton Hathcock Papers

Identifier: MC 630
Scope and Content Note The collection consists primarily of the letters of Dr. P. L, Hathcock and his fiancee, Sue R, Kelton, from February, 1901 until their marriage on November 10, 1902. There are also letters from brief periods of absences during 1906, 1907, and 1931. Other correspondents include Dr. Hathcock's mother and sister, Mrs. Alfred M. Hathcock and Rosa Hathcock; Mrs. Sue Kelton Hathcock's parents, John H. and Mary Hust Kelton; and other relatives and close friends. The collection also contains two...
Dates: 1897-1944

Hawn-Knight Family Papers

Identifier: MC 756
Scope and Content Note The papers in this collection have been divided into four series. Papers pertaining to Dr. Monroe Knight have been arranged in series one and consist of family correspondence and professional records. Series two contains papers pertaining to Alfred and Daisy Hawn. These papers include personal correspondence between husband, wife, friends, and relatives; poetry and essays written or collected by the Hawns; professional records relating to the operation of the ...
Dates: 1874-1956

Claud Leland Hill "In Memoriam to Leonidas Kirby"

Identifier: MS H55
Scope and Content Note

In memoriam to Leonidas Kirby, past Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Ancient and Accepted Masons of Arkansas, 1921-1922. By Claud L. Hill, Grand Master. Booneville, Arkansas.

Dates: 1926

Z. C. Johnson Papers

Identifier: MS J639 427
Scope and Content Note

Day-book, medicinal recipes, and other records created or received by Arkadelphia, Arkansas physician Z. C. Johnson, pertaining principally to his practice of medicine, but also to business affairs.

Dates: 1854-1877; undated

Kirby Family Papers

Identifier: MC 1030
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of materials related to Leonidas Kirby and his grandson, Dr. Henry Vance Kirby. It includes materials concerning four generations of the Kirby family. Materials include correspondence, ledgers, and other papers relating to Leonidas Kirby and his wife Rhoda. Fewer materials relate to the lives of their sons, including pharmaceutical laboratory notebooks belonging to Leander. A majority of materials, including correspondence, financial documents, and patient...
Dates: 1871-1993

Frederick Lee Liebolt Papers

Identifier: MC 1369
Scope and Content Note The collection includes materials relating to personal, professional and social aspects of Liebolt's life. He collected genealogical materials on his paternal line, the Liebolts, and his mother's family, the Swigerts. He maintained records of his military service, both those pertaining to his active duty as a surgeon during World War II and those relating to his postwar service in the army reserve. Throughout his life he kept most of his correspondence, personal and professional. Liebolt's...
Dates: 1905-1996

Max McAllister Reminiscences

Identifier: MC 1469
Scope and Content Note The letter was written on 25 pages of "canary second sheets.” A photocopy was prepared for use. In his reminiscences, Dr. McAllister describes several houses, businesses, and churches on Dickson Street and in the immediate vicinity. He also gives a detailed synopsis of his own life as a physician, his numerous residencies at medical schools throughout the country, and his service in the Army during World War II, where he served under Dwight Eisenhower in the North Africa campaign. In the...
Dates: 1994; Majority of material found in 1994

Henry McWebb Accounts Receivable Records

Identifier: MS W382 285
Scope and Content Note

17 "day books" and ledgers of Gainesville, Arkansas physician Henry McWebb, recording, by names of patients, dates of his professional visits, fees charged and date and method of payment in cash or in kind, and, in some cases, general kind of illness or injury treated and nature of treatment of medication given. Some volumes have related material laid in and/or school child's undated mathematical calculations and class notes at back.

Dates: 1886-1908

Office of Dr. John C. Carter History

Identifier: MC 601
Scope and Content Note

This collection is a history prepared on Dr. John C. Carter and his business by Kim Allen Scott. The paper was published in Flashback volume 37, number 1 on February 1987.

Dates: 1987

Myrtle McCormick Parks Family Papers

Identifier: MC 723
Scope and Content Note Papers and photographs of the McCormick and Parks families of Prairie Grove. The three volumes include a United States Army ledger with incomplete entries recorded by Dr. McCormick's father, James W. McCormick (1833-1886). In the back pages of his ledger, the captured Confederate soldier documented his journey to a Union prisoner of war camp, which was possibly located in Grafton, West Virginia. Private McCormick of Company B, 35th Battalion, Virginia Calvary, was accompanied by...
Dates: 1865-1945

S. H. Payne Journal

Identifier: MC 609
Scope and Content Note

Book containing handwritten list of officers, "Instructions," by-laws, and Act of Incorporation of the Arkansas Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1861; "S. H. Payne's Day Book for Cherokee" and "Tickets Sold" (financial records), 1876; recipes, clippings of recipes and remedies, note dated 1907.

Dates: 1861; 1876; 1907

Samuel E. Rogers Land and Business Records

Identifier: MS R71
Scope and Content Note

Account book and other documents pertaining to the business affairs of the Prairie Grove, Arkansas physician, 1865-1876, and to land and business transactions by others in and around Prairie Grove and Viney Grove, Arkansas, 1836-1887. Materials relate to Andrew Buchanan, Leander Buchanan, John Moore, Lucinda Moore, and Peter Van Winkle.

Dates: 1836-1887

Ira Russell Letters

Identifier: MC 581
Scope and Content Note

Collection is arranged chronologically with letters first followed by a photographic print of Dr. Russell.

Dates: 1862-1863

Marion A. Steele, M.D., Papers

Identifier: MC 717
Scope and Content Note The collection consists primarily of literary manuscripts and related materials for fiction, nonfiction, and theatrical works and is arranged in 16 series. Each series consists of a single work by Steele and includes, when applicable, his final draft, research notes, and related correspondence with publishers and collaborators. Some of Steele's dramatic works were produced on stage or television, and materials pertaining to the productions have also been retained with the appropriate...
Dates: circa 1969-1983