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Highlights : Work : Medicine

Subcategory Medicine contains 17 item(s).

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front Hospital Operating Room
View of the interior of an operating room in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
front Dr. Mary P. Dole
Mary Dole was one of the first women to practice medicine in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
front Dr. Julian Nieckowski (1915-1985)
Dr. Julian Nieckowski's medical practice spanned five decades.
front Franklin County Public Hospital
Greenfield, Massachusetts' first public hospital had been located in a converted private home, but the shortcomings of its architecture and layout led to the construction of this building in 1910.
Page 1 Medical Cases of Stephen West Williams: Angina Pectori.
c. 1815
Stephen West Williams (1790-1855), a physician in Deerfield, Massachusetts, kept a medical journal of cases he treated.
document Medical proficiency certificate of William Stoddard Williams
Oct 3, 1785
This handwritten document testifies to the completion of training for the practice of medicine given to William Stoddard Williams of Deerfield, Massachusetts, by Erastus Sergeant of Stockbridge in 1785.
Page 1 Dr. William Stoddard Williams' description of a throat distemper diagnosis
May 2, 1785
William Stoddard Williams (1762-1829) was the son, the father, and the grandfather of physicians; he kept careful records and recorded the symptoms of throat distemper in 1785.
Page 1 Pages from Journal of Dr. Elihu Ashley
The selected entries from this journal show one man's shifting position as the American colonies drew closer to war with England.
document Letter to Doctor Joseph Goodhue
Aug 2, 1826
The 1826 letter from Calvin Jewett of Newbury, Vermont, to Dr. Joseph Goodhue of Deerfield, Massachusetts, inquires about the conditions in the U.S. Navy service medical corps in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
front Beaded Bag
This beaded bag was used by Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail (1903-1981), a Crow healer and registered nurse.


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