Ernest W. Goodpasture Papers
Collection Number 29

Summary Information

Ernest W. Goodpasture
Repository
EBL Manuscripts Collection
Creator
Goodpasture, Ernest William, 1886-1960
Title
Ernest W. Goodpasture Papers
Date [inclusive]
1909 - 1988
Extent
13.0 Cubic feet
Abstract
Personal papers of pathologist Ernest Goodpasture, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. Dr. Goodpasture was Chair of Pathology at Vanderbilt from 1924-1955 and Dean of the School of Medicine from 1945-1949. Materials include: Chronological Correspondence 1915-60, Subject Correspondence, Alphabetical Correspondence, grants, committee work, reprints, research notes, typescripts and manuscripts of speeches and papers, photographs, audio recordings, and slides. Correspondents include: Canby Robinson. Abraham Flexner, Simon Flexner, George Whipple, Paul Lamson, Sir Edward Mellanby, Ludvig Hektoen, Vannevar Bush, Alan Gregg, Warfield Longcope, Waller Leathers.

Preferred Citation

Ernest W. Goodpasture Papers. Eskind Biomedical Library Special Collections, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN.

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Historical or Biographical Note

Dr. Ernest Goodpasture (1886-1960) was a Vanderbilt pathologist, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. During his early years at Vanderbilt, Dr. Goodpasture and his associates carried out studies that laid the groundwork for subsequent explosive developments in virology and the development of vaccines.

Ernest Goodpasture was born October 17, 1886, about seven miles from Clarksville, Tennessee. Following graduation from Vanderbilt in 1907, Dr. Goodpasture taught for a year at Allegheny Collegiate Institute in Alderson, WV. In the fall of 1908 he entered the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Goodpasture accepted the opportunity as a Rockefeller Fellow in Pathology with Dr. Welch.

From 1913 to 1915 Dr. Goodpasture was a member of the resident staff in Pathology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Instructor in Pathology at the Johns Hopkins Medical School. From 1915 to 1918, he was on the resident staff of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital with an appointment as Instructor in Pathology at the Harvard Medical School. His appointment as Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard in 1918 concluded in 1922 after concurrent service in the United States Navy Medical Service and a faculty position at the University of the Philippines.

Dr. Goodpasture was director of the William H. Singer Research Laboratory in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1922 to 1924. He resigned from the post to become Professor and Head of the Department of Pathology at the reorganized Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. The year 1924-25 was spent as a Rockefeller Scholar at the Institute for General and Experimental Pathology at the University of Vienna. On returning to Vanderbilt in 1925, Dr. Goodpasture assumed the duties of Professor and Head of the Department of Pathology. He held this appointment until his retirement in 1955.

From 1942 to 1950, Dr. Goodpasture, in addition to his departmental activities, served first as Associate Dean and later as Dean of the Medical School. In 1950, he resigned the Deanship and thereafter devoted himself to his chosen field of Pathology.

In 1955 Dr. Goodpasture retired from the active faculty and became Professor of Pathology, Emeritus. In that same year, he became Scientific Director of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, DC. After four productive years, Dr. Goodpasture resigned to return to Tennessee and to Vanderbilt. He had resumed his research in the spring of 1960 when he died at home of a heart attack on September 20, 1960.

For more information and pictures please see the VUMC Online Biography of Dr. Ernest Goodpasture.

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Collection Scope and Content Summary

Personal papers of pathologist Ernest Goodpasture, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. Dr. Goodpasture was Chair of Pathology at Vanderbilt from 1924-1955 and Dean of the School of Medicine from 1945-1949. Materials include: Chronological Correspondence 1915-60, Subject Correspondence, Alphabetical Correspondence, , grants, committee work,reprints, research notes, typescripts and manuscripts of speeches and papers, photographs, audio recordings, and slides. Correspondents include: Canby Robinson. Abraham Flexner, Simon Flexner, George Whipple, Paul Lamson, Sir Edward Mellanby, Ludvig Hektoen, Vannevar Bush, Alan Gregg, Warfield Longcope, Waller Leathers.

Collection also contains materials related to Dr. Goodpasture's government work and his work with various research committees.

Materials contained in the Correspondence series 1-3 were donated by Katherine Anderson Goodpasture and Sarah Goodpasture Little to the Special Collections Department of the Jean and Alexander Heard Library in 1988 and were later transferred to and processed by the Special Collections Department of the Vanderbilt Medical Center Library. Items contained in series 4-13 were given to Dr. Robert D. Collins by Dr. Ernest Goodpastures daughter Sarah Goodpasture Little during Dr. Collins research and preparation of the Ernest Goodpasture biography published in 2002. It was collected in small grouping beginning in 1995 and beyond the date of publication. The collection was transferred to the Eskind Library in June, 2003.

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Administrative Information

Notes about Access to this Collection

All collections are subject to applicable VUMC privacy and confidentiality policies. Collection specific restrictions: No Restrictions.

Reproduction Rights

Copyright is retained by Eskind Biomedical Library Special Collections.

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Related Materials

Separated Materials note

Dr. Goodpasture's personal annotated copy of the 7th edition of Sir William Osler's Principles and Practice of Medicine was removed from this collection and placed with the Osler Collection contained in the Historical Collection Room of the Eskind Library. Group photos of the Department of Pathology from the 1930s were removed from this collection and placed in Photographic Archive Series 5, Folder 8 Department of Pathology group photographs.

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Subject Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Gregg, Alan, 1890-1957
  • Hektoen, Ludvig, 1863-1951
  • Lamson, Paul Dudley, 1884-1962
  • Leathers, Waller S., (Waller Smith), 1874-1946
  • Longcope, Warfield T., (Warfield Theobald), 1877-1953
  • Mellanby, Edward, Sir, 1884-
  • Robinson, George Canby, 1878-1960
  • Whipple, George Hoyt, 1878-1976

Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)

  • MeSH Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (U.S.)
  • MeSH Goodpasture, Ernest William, 1886-1960
  • MeSH Pathology--history

Other Keywords - Digital Library Subjects

  • Epidemiology/Public Health
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Pathology
  • VUMC History

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Collection Inventory

Series 01: Correspondence Divided by Subject  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains files of correspondence and reports on the various committees on which Dr. Goodpasture served, as well as projects, foundations, grants and lectureships in which he participated. There are a small number of files which do not contain correspondence, and only contain material on the subject listed.

Box Folder

Vanderbilt University Vaccine Research, 1934

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Surgeon General Hugh S. Cumming, U.S. Public Health Service, Washington, D.C.

Several manuscripts by Goodpasture, Some handwritten notes by Goodpasture.

A 1

Vanderbilt, Auxiliary Committee on the Committee of Instruction, 1942

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt

Other materials: A Report of the Committee on Instruction, 1941.

A 2

Vanderbilt University, Department of Medicine, 1945-46

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others) George P. Berry, University of Rochester; John A. Ferrell, Markle Foundation; Frank H. Luton, Vanderbilt; Hugh J. Morgan, Brigadier General

Other materials: Budget of the Department of Medicine, Vanderbilt 1946; Proposals for research qrant-Virus Panel, 1947.

A 3

Vanderbilt Deanship, 1949 (Advisory Committee on the Selection of the Dean of the School of Medicine)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Harvie Branscomb, Chancellor Vanderbilt; Kenneth B. Turner, Columbia University, New York

Other materials: List of Candidates for Deanship, Information about the Candidates.

A 4

Vanderbilt, Dean's Committee, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): John B. Youmans, Dean Medical School, Vanderbilt; Hugh J. Morgan, Vanderbilt; Wibb E. Cooper, Manager V.A. Hospital, Nashville

Other materials: A Paper of the Research Committee (of which Goodpasture was chairman) about the V.A. Hospital.

A 5

Vanderbilt, Committee on Fellowship and Scholarship, 1951

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): James W. Ward, Chairman

Other material: Information on Fellowships and Scholarships.

A 6

Vanderbilt, Committee on Graduation, 1951-54

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Correspondence with (among others): John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt; Rudolph Kampmeier, Vanderbilt; Amos Christie, Vanderbilt.

A 7

Vanderbilt, Committee on Audiology and Speech, 1953

Scope and Contents note

No correspondence, a brochure about Speech Pathology at Vanderbilt.

A 8

Vanderbilt, Committee on Radiology, 1953

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence concerning the reorganization of Vanderbilt's Department of Radiology. Correspondence with (among others): Gioacchino Failla, Columbia University, New York; Henry Kaplan, Stanford University; Shields Warren, Cancer Research Institute Boston; John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt.

A 9

Vanderbilt, Advisory Committee on the Heart Teaching Grant, 1954

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt

Other materials: Information about U.S. Public Health Service Undergraduate Cardiovascular Training Grant, Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on the Heart Teaching Grant

A 10

Vanderbilt, Board of Trust, 1955-59

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Harvie Branscomb, Chancellor Vanderbilt

Other materials: Several Reports about Vanderbilt policies, Minutes of Meetings, Notes on the Reorganization of the University Senate.

A 11

Vanderbilt, Department of Pathology, Virgil B. Robinson, 1949-1950

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt; Virgil B. Robinson; John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt.

A 12

William H. Singer Memorial Research Laboratory, 1921-23

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was Director of this laboratory, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1922 until 1924.

Correspondence with (among others): W.H. Howell, Johns Hopkins University; R. S. Teague and Oscar Teague, Teague Hardware Company, Montgomery, AL; H.W. Wade, F. Calderon and Charles. C. Walcutt, University of the Philippines, Manila; Frank A. Evans, Samuel R. Haythorn and James P. McKelvy, Singer Memorial; S.B. Wolbach, David L. Esdall and H. Zinsser, Harvard University; Victor G. Heiser, Internatiional Health Board, New York.

A 13

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 1955-59

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was Scientific Director of Pathology at this Institute, located in Washington, D.C., from 1955 until 1959.

Correspondence with (among others): James A. Doull, Leonard Wood Memorial; Howard T. Karsner, Department of the Navy; Russell L. Holman, American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists; George Martin, National Institute of Health; Barry Wood, Alan M. Chesney and Alfred Blalock, Johns Hopkins University; W.A. Demonbreun, Nashville General Hospital; C.N.H. Long, Yale University; George Wald, Harvard University; John B. Youmans, Allan D. Bass and John L. Shapiro, Vanderbilt University; Alan T. Waterman, National Science Foundation; Philip G. White, American Scientific Laboratory, Inc.; Detlev W. Bronk, National Academy of Sciences.

A 14

Grants - Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New York, 1935-40

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Frank Fremont-Smith, Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation

Other materials: A Statement about the grants by the Macy Foundation; A Paper by Goodpasture ("The Autopsy").

A 15

Grants - John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, New York, 1939-45

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture describes his research in detail when applying for grants.

Correspondence with Archie S. Woods, Markle Foundation; Waller S. Leathers, Vanderbilt University

Other materials: Several application forms for grants; Annual reports of the Markle Foundation (1937/38).

A 16

Grants - John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, New York 1944-45

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with: John A. Ferrell, Markle Foundation; Waller S. Leathers, Vanderbilt University.

Other materials: Several application forms for grants; Financial Statement, Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt; Reprints; Press Releases of the Markle Foundation.

A 17

Grants - John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, New York, 1946-52

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Correspondence with (among others): John M. Russell, Markle Foundation; John Buddingh and Harvie Branscomb, Vanderbilt University.

A 18

Grants - U.S. Public Health Service, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt University; Ernest M. Allen, National Institute of Health.

A 19

Awards - University of Chicago, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Florence M. Stewart, Journal of Experimental Medicine; Frederic Woodward, Philip Miller and Paul R. Cannon, University of Chicago

Program of the Fiftieth Anniversary Symposia (Goodpasture gave a talk: "Virus Infection of the Mammalian Fetus").

A 20

Awards - Howard Taylor Ricketts Award, 1955

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): L.T. Coggeshall, Philips Miller and Paul R. Cannon, University of Chicago

Other materials: Handwritten notes by Goodpasture (Goodpasture gave a talk: "Host Cell Responses to Viral Mutants")

A 21

Awards - Gold Headed Cane Award/Jessie Stevenson Kovalenko Medal, 1958-59

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): James J. Waring, Colorado Medical Center, Denver; John R. Paul, Yale University

Other materials: Biographical Sketch by J.E. Ash about Howard T. Karsner; Reprint "Protagonists of Modern Medicine and Epochs in American History", by G. Canby Robinson.

A 22

National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1928-29

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): M.F. Nunez, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI; Carl Hubber, National Research Council

Other materials: Reports, Minutes of Meetings, Resumes.

A 23

National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1942-43

Scope and Contents note

From 1942 until 1945, Goodpasture was member of the Committee on Biological Warfare, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council.

Correspondence with (among others): Francis G. Blake, Subcommittee on Infectious Diseases; Lewis H. Weed, Division of Medical Sciences; Eugene L. Opie and Frank B. Jewett, National Academy of Sciences; Roger G. Prentiss, Office of the Surgeon General; E.H. Cushing and Milton C. Winternitz, National Research Council; Robert A. Moore, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; Howard T. Karsner, Western Reserve University, OH

Other materials: Information about the National Research Council, Reports of the Committee on Medical Research of the Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), Note about Preservation of Fresh Tissue for Virus Studies, Tables and graphics about diseases in the Army.

A 24

National Research Council, 1942-43

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Francis G. Blake, Subcommittee. on Infectious Diseases; E.H. Cushing, National Research Council

Other materials: Reports of different commissions of the National Research Council; List of members of the Division of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council.

A 25

National Research Council, 1942-43

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Robert A. Moore, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; M.C. Winternitz, Yale University; Howard T. Karsner, Western Reserve University; Arnold R. Rich, Johns Hopkins University; Lewis H. Weed and Sanford V. Larkey, National Research Council; Francis G. Blake, Yale University

Other materials: Information about the Autopsy, Circular Letter from the War Department

A 26

National Research Council, 1942-1944

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Fred E. Wright, National Academy of Sciences; Francis G. Blake, Chairman Subcommittee on Infectious Diseases; Philips S. Owen, National Research Council; W. Mansfield Clark, Chairman A.B.C. Committee

Other materials: Copy of a letter from President F.D. Roosevelt to Frank B. Jewett, National Academy of Sciences; Report by the Food and Nutrition Board; Several reports of the Committee on Medical Research; Rules of the International Health Division.

A 27

National Research Council, 1944

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Walter B. Cannon, Eugene L. Opie, W. Mansfield Clark and Frank B. Jewett, National Academy of Sciences; F.R. Moulton, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Robert A. Millikan, California Institute of Technology; Simon Flexner, Francis G. Blake, Subcommittee on Infectious Diseases; Philip S. Owen, Lewis H. Weed and Chester S. Keefer, National Research Council

Other materials: List of the members of the Council of the Academy of Sciences, Summary of the financial status of the National Academy of Sciences, List of publications of the commissions of the Board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza and Other Epidemics, Diseases in the Army, Several reports of the Committee on Medical Research of the Office of Scientific Research and Development.

A 28

National Research Council, 1945-46

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Francis G. Blake, Chairman Medical Fellowship Board; Philip S. Owen, Lewis H. Weed, National Research Council

Other materials: Reports of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, List of Committee on Military Medicine of the Division of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council.

A 29

Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases in the U.S. Army, 1941

Scope and Contents note

From 1941 until 1946, Goodpasture was a member of the Board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza and Other Epidemic Diseases in the Army, Preventive Medicine Division, S.G.O., U.S. Army, Washington, D.C.

Correspondence with (among others): Francis G. Blake, President of the Board for Investigation of Epidemic Diseases; George H. Whipple, University of Rochester; Joseph Warkany, The Children's Hospital Research Foundation, Cincinnati, OH; J.C. Foshee, Grand Rapids, MI; Carl V. Weller, editor American Journal of Pathology

Other materials: Reports - among them a report of the Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases, Circular letter of the Office of the Surgeon General, Monthly Health Reviews, Minutes of Meetings.

A 30

Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases in the U.S. Army, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): George H. Whipple, University of Rochester; Francis G. Blake, President of the Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases; James C. Magee, Major General, U.S. Army; Frederick Woodward, University of Chicago; Waller S. Leathers, Vanderbilt University; John W. Studebaker, U.S. Office of Education; Kenneth D. Weeks, Duke University; Olin West, American Medical Association; Burt Wolbach, Harvard University

Other materials: Reports, Recommendations, Minutes of Meetings, Memorandum of Dean Leathers to the National Headquarters, Monthly Health Review, War Department.

A 31

Army Medical Program, 1943-44

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains letters and papers about interviewing candidates for pre-medical training in the South.

Correspondence with (among others): O.I. Gates, Director, Army Specialized Training Program, Atlanta, GA; C.R. Uphoff, Director, Civilian Personnel Division, Washington, D.C.; Norman T. Kirk, Major General, U.S. Army, The Surgeon General; Walter S. Leathers, Vanderbilt University; Russell H. Oppenheimer, Emory University, Atlanta, GA; J.B. Looper, University of Mississippi; O.W. Hyman, University of Tennessee; Stuart Graves, University of Alabama

Other materials: Information about the Medical Advisory Committee Conference (Army Specialized Training Program) in Atlanta, 1943; Procedures for selecting ASTP Medical, Dental, Veterinary Trainees.

A 32

National Academy of Sciences, 1937-40

Scope and Contents note

In 1937 Goodpasture was elected member of the National Academy of Sciences. Correspondence with (among others): Fred E. Wright, Charles B. Davenport and Peyton Rous, National Academy of Sciences; Abraham Flexner, Simon Flexner, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research: G. Canby Robinson, E.B. Wilson, Harvard University

Other materials: Resumes of scientists (among others of Andrew Watson Sellards, Simon Burt Wolbach and Arnold Rice Rich), Agenda for a NAS-meeting.

B 1

National Academy of Sciences, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Edwin B. Wilson and Detlev W. Bronk, National Academy of Sciences

Other materials: Minutes of Council Meeting NAS, Minutes of Meeting National Research Council.

B 2

National Academy of Sciences, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Detlev W. Bronk, National Academy of Sciences

B 3

Wartime Committees & Scientific Development, 1943

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Norman T. Kirk, Major General U.S. Army, the Surgeon General; John H. Dingle, Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases; Herbert A. Wenner, Johns Hopkins University, Howard T. Karsner, Committee on Pathology; Francis G. Blake, Board for the Investigation of Influenza

Other materials: Reports of the Committee on Medical Research (Office of Scientific Research and Development), Minutes of the Committee on Medical Research, "Current Notes" of the Army Pathology Laboratory Service, List of lectures on pathology for the Army Air Forces Resident Program, Health Reviews of the Armored Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky.

B 4

Wartime Committees & Scientific Development, 1943

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Carl V. Weller, Am. Journal of Pathology; A.J. Weil, Lederle Laboratories, New York

Other materials: Reports of the Committee on Medical Research (Office of Scientific Research and Development); Abstracts of reports, minutes; Minutes of a meeting of the Board for the Investigation of Influenza; Chemotherapy Report, No.l (Committee on Medical Research); Health Reviews of the Armored Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky.

B 5

Wartime Committees & Scientific Development, 1943

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence. with (among others): Vannevar Bush, Office of Scientific Research and Development; Herbert A. Wenner, Yale University; James C. Magee, Major General U.S. Army, the Surgeon General; Francis G. Blake, Board for the Investigation of Influenza; Frank Womack, U.S. Naval Air Station Dispensary, Trinidad

Other materials: Reports of the Committee on Medical Research (Office of Scientific Research and Development); Reports of the Division of Biology and Agriculture (National Research Council); Abstracts of meetings and a newsletter of the Committee on Medical Research; Report, minutes of the Board for the Investigation of Influenza; Health Reviews of the Armored Force, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Overview of Army Specialized Training Program; Tennessee Law Relating to the Reporting and Control of the Venereal Diseases.

B 6

Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, 1946 (Bound)

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was a member of the Board of Directors of this institute in Tennessee from 1946 until 1952.

Correspondence with (among others): Harvie Branscomb, Vanderbilt; Frank P. Graham and W.G. Pollard, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies

Other materials: Agreement between U.S.A. government and Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, Proposal for an "Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies", Agenda, Minutes of meetings of Oak Ridge, Contract between the Atomic Energy Commission and Oak Ridge, By laws of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies.

B 7

Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, 1947-48

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): P.F. Kromer and Walter J. Williams Atomic Energy Commission; William G. Pollard, Oak Ridge

Other materials: Note on the Sphere of Activity and Objectives of Oak Ridge; Reprints on Atomic Energy; Public Law 585 - 79th Congress - For the Development and Control of Atomic Energy; Statement of the Financial situation of Oak Ridge; Memorandum of understanding between Oak Ridge and the Monsanto Chemical Company and the Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation; Report of the Medical Board of Review, published June 20, 1947; Report: Proposal for the Establishment of an Institute For Nuclear Studies at Clinton National Laboratory on a Permanent Basis, October 27, 1947

B 8

Tennessee Valley Authority, 1943-48

Scope and Contents note

From 1942 until 1950, Goodpasture was a consultant of the Health Division of the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Correspondence with: Sam Clark, C.S. Robinson and W.S. Leathers, Vanderbilt; Eugene L. Bishop, Tennessee Valley Authority; Newton Underwood, Department of Physics, Vanderbilt; F.G. Slack, Department of Physics, Columbia University, New York

Other materials: General Work plan of Studies in cooperation with Vanderbilt's School of Medicine, Note on Consultation with Dr. Ernest W. Goodpasture on Research in Phosphorus Toxicology, Description of a program for the study of phosphorus poisoning at Wilson Dam.

B 9

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (National Academy of Sciences), 1949-50

Scope and Contents note

From 1947 until 1952 Goodpasture was member and vice-chairman of the Advisory Committee for Division of Biology and Medicine, Atomic Energy Commission in Washington, D.C.

Correspondence with (among others): Gordon Dean, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; Frances Montgomery, Fred.E. Wright and Alfred N. Richard, National Academy of Sciences

Other materials: Bills of Congress, Statement of the NAS on the AEC Fellowship, Report of the National Science Fund, Minutes of meetings, The Position of the NAS regarding Atomic Energy Commission Fellowships, Letter from Alfred N. Richards to the President of the U.S.A., Report of the Research Program Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission.

B 10

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (National Academy of Sciences), 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): William G. Pollard, C.W. Sheppard and C.S. Shoup, Oak Ridge; Gordon Dean, L.W. Tuttle, Merril Eisenbud and Shields Warren, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; George H. Whipple, University of Rochester

Other materials: Report by the Division of Biology and Medicine (Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission), Several reprints by C.W. Sheppard.

B 11

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1951-53 (Advisory Committee for Biology and Medicine)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): E.C. Stakman, University of Minnesota; E.A. Doisy, St. Louis University; Homer C. Brown, Charles L. Dunham, Shields Warren and Gordon Dean, Atomic Energy Commission; Joseph T. Wearn, Western Reserve University; Alan Gregg, Rockefeller Foundation; Grant Taylor, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission

Other materials: ABCC news bulletins, Press releases about the AEC.

B 12

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1950-51

Scope and Contents note

On December 14, 1950, Goodpasture left for Japan at the request of the Director of the Division of Biology and Medicine of the Atomic Energy Commission and the Director of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council. The trip was arranged and financed by the National Research Council through the Director, Milton C. Winternitz. The object of this mission was to investigate the professional and scientific activities of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission - which was set up under the auspices of the National Research Council and financed by the Atomic Energy Commission - at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.

Correspondence with (among others): Shields Warren, Atomic Energy Commission; Theodore M. Johnson and Carl A. Harris, National Research Council; Edward F. Witsell, Major-General U.S. Army

Other materials: Goodpasture's report of his visit to ABCC in Japan; Opening Address at the Joint Conferences of the American-Japanese Medical Educators; Autopsy Protocol (ABCC); Research Project Outline (ABCC); ABCC's program; Handwritten notes by GoodPasture.

B 13

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1950-51

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Wayne H. Borges, ABCC; Shields Warren, Atomic Energy Commission

Other materials: "Field Operation, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission"; Report of The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Operations March 27-May 7, 1951, by John C. Bugher, M.D.; Supplement to Report of The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Field Operations March 27-May 7, 1951, by John C. Bugher, M.D; Listing of Project Descriptions; Handwritten notes by Goodpasture.

B 14

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Detlev W. Bronk, Nat. Academy of Sciences; Grant Taylor, ABCC San Francisco; B. Black-Schaffer, ABCC Japan

Other materials: Atomic Casualty Bulletins, ABCC news bulletins, Minutes of General Research Committee meeting.

B 15

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Merril Eisenbud, AEC; Grant Taylor, ABCC San Francisco; John S. Lawrence, University of California; Carl A. Harris and M.C. Winternitz, National Research Council

Other materials: Atomic Casualties bulletin, ABCC news bulletins.

B 16

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1950-53

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): John B. Youmans, Vanderbilt; Keith Cannan, National Research Council; Gordon Dean, H.A. Stanwood, John C. Bugher, AEC; E.C. Stakman, University of Minnesota

Other Materials: Minutes of a meeting of the Commission on Atomic Casualties, "Studies on Nagasaki Children Exposed in Utero to the Atomic Bomb", by Wataru W. Sutow, Emory West, Report on Visit to ABCC in Japan.

B 17

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1952-53

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Carl A. Harris, National Research Council

Other Materials: ABCC Field Agency, Committee on Atomic Casualties, Division of Medical Sciences (National Research Council), Semi-annual report (1952), Part 1: Research and Part 2: Administration

B 18

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: Genetics - Consultant's Report to the Committee on Atomic Casualties, National Research Council by Dr. J.V. Need, M.D.; March 1952-Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: Report on Present Status of the Study of the Incidence of Leukemia among Individuals surviving Exposure to the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima and Naqasaki, by William N. Vallentine M.D.

B 19

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: ABCC: Patient Report in a foreign country, by Y. Scott Matsumoto; Report on Atomic Bomb Casualties and Damages Summary, compiled by Committee of Publications, Japan Science Council, 1951.

B 20

Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 1951-52

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: ABCC Field Agency - Committee on Atomic Casualties, Division of Medical Sciences (National Research Council), Semi-Annual Report (1951), Part 2: Administration.

B 21

Grayson Foundation, Inc., 1949-54 (Board of Scientific Directors)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): W.A. Hagan, Cornell University; Richard E. Shope, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research; R.A. Kelser, University of Pennsylvania; Walter M. Jeffords, Edward L. Kilroe, Grayson Foundation; Harvie Branscomb and Charles C. Randall, Vanderbilt.

B 22

Joint Life Insurance Medical Research Fund, 1945-49 (Advisory Council)

Scope and Contents note

From 1945 until 1951, Goodpasture was a member of the Advisory Board of the Joint Life Insurance Medical Research Fund, New York.

Correspondence with (among others): M. Albert Linton and Francis R. Dieuaide, Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; Ernest M. Allen, National Institute of Health; John R. Paul, National Institute of Health; Francis G. Blake, Yale University

Other Materials: Reports of meetings, press releases, List of the Charter members of the Life Insurance Medical Research Fund, Constitution of this Fund, Reprint about medical patents.

B 23

Leonard Wood Memorial Leprosy Research, 1932-34

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was member of the Medical Advisory Board of the Leonard Wood Memorial for the Eradication of Leprosy in New York, from 1930 until 1932.

Correspondence with (among others): Perry Burgess and H.W. Wade, Leonard Wood Memorial; C.A. Mills, Cincinnati General Hospital; Frederick P. Gay, Medical Advisory Board; R.G. Cochrane, International Leprosy Association; Alvin R. Lamb, U.S. Public Health Service - Honolulu, Hawaii; Esmond R. Long, University of Pennsylvania; Malcolm H. Soule, University of Michigan; George W. McCoy, National Institute of Health; A. Watson Sellards, Harvard University

Other Materials: Reprint about leprosy research; Report of the Leonard Wood Memorial Conference on Leprosy, 1931; Minutes of Meetings of the Medical Advisory Board.

C 1

The Children's Hospital Research Foundation, 1938-1940

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Children's Research Foundation in Cincinnati, Ohio, from 1935 until 1941.

Correspondence with (among others): Glenn E. Cullen and A. Graeme Mitchell, Children's Hospital Research Foundation

Other Materials: Resumes of prospective researchers at the Children's Hospital; Reports of research activities by different researchers; Report to the Advisory Council, by A. Graeme Mitchell; Memorandum of Meeting of Scientific Advisory Council.

C 2

The Children's Hospital Research Foundation, 1938-1940

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with: A. Graeme Mitchell

Other Materials: Lists of publications of many researchers (among others: Albert B. Sabin, Josef Warkany, Glenn E. Cullen, A. Graeme Mitchell), Report of a meeting of the Advisory Council, 1940.

C 3

The Children's Hospital Research Foundation, 1938-1940

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Glenn E. Cullen and A. Graeme Mitchell, Children's Hospital Research Foundation; Edwards A. Park, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Oswald T. Avery and Thomas M. Rivers, Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research

Other Materials: Brochure and Budget of the Children's Hospital, Lists of articles, and lists of activities by Fellows of the Research Foundation, List of Rachford Lectures, 1931-37.

C 4

The Children's Hospital Research Foundation, 1945

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with: A.A. Weech

Other Materials: Minutes of the 1945 Meeting of the Advisory Council of the Children's Hospital Research Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio.

C 5

Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division, Scientific Directors, 1939-44

Scope and Contents note

From 1938 until 1940 and from 1942 until 1944, Goodpasture was member of the Board of Scientific Directors of the International Health Division, Rockefeller Foundation in New York.

Correspondence with (among others): George K. Strode, Hugh H. Smith, Wilbur A. Sawyer, Hugo Muench, John A. Ferrell, Harald N. Johnson, Kenneth Goodner and Andrew J. Warren, International Health Division; Raymond B. Fosdick, Rockefeller Foundation; James C. Magee, Major General U.S. Army, The Surgeon General

Other Materials: Reprint: "Relationship of Mental Hygiene to a Local Health Department Program", Brochure by Raymond B. Fosdick: "The War Work of the Rockefeller Foundation", 1943.

C 6

Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division, Scientific Directors, 1938-40

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Wilbur A. Sawyer, J.H. Bauer, A. J. Warren, John A. Ferrell and Hugo Muench, International Health Division; William F. Roth, Department of Public Health, State of Tennessee

Other Materials: Abstract of an article by Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson, "Experiments on Immunity to Fowl-pox."

C 7

Rockefeller Foundation, 1936-39

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: Brochure about Tennessee's State Health Department 1936; Reprint: "Tuberculosis Studies in Tennessee", 1936; Reports - Tennessee Mental Health Project; Report on Institutes of Hygiene and Schools of Public Health in Europe, by A.J. Warren, International Health Division; 1938-Index of the Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division.

C 8

Rockefeller Foundation, 1937-40

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: Report about the Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Department; Directories of Officers and Staff of the Rockefeller Foundation, New York; Memorandum for Staff members of the Rockefeller Foundation; "The Rockefeller Foundation - A Review for 1937", by Raymond B. Fordick, New York, 1937.

C 9

Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division, 1937-38

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: The Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division, Annual Report 1937; The Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division, Annual Report 1938.

C 10

The Burwell Committee, 1943

Scope and Contents note

The Burwell Committee was a sub-committee of the National Defense Research Committee. C. Sidney Burwell was the Chairman of this sub-committee; Joseph Gardner Hopkins and Ernest W. Goodpasture were the other members. The Burwell Committee was involved with protective ointments and powders in the U.S. Army.

Correspondence with: C. Sidney Burwell, Harvard University; several members of the National Defense Research Committee, Washington D.C.

Other Materials: Confidential Reports about protective ointments, Summary of tests on Protective Ointments A and B, also confidential.

C 11

Committee on Scientific Research, 1940-42 - American Medical Association

Scope and Contents note

The Committee on Scientific Research, which Goodpasture joined in April 1940, was a committee of the American Medical Association in Chicago. The committee members decided about grants for scientific research. Ludvig Hektoen was chairman of this committee.

Correspondence with (among others): Ludvig Hektoen and Olin West, AMA

Other Materials: Applications for grants (+ descriptions of proposed research), Report of the Committee on Scientific Research for 1938.

C 12

Committee on Scientific Research, 1940-42 - American Medical Association

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains no letters to or from Ernest W. Goodpasture. It does contain many applications for grants and descriptions of proposed research.

C 13

Committee on Scientific Research, 1942 - American Medical Association

Scope and Contents note

Same as folder 13: no letters to or from Ernest W. Goodpasture. Many applications for grants and descriptions of proposed research.

C 14

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee) 1944-45

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was a member of this committee.

Correspondence with (among others): Vannevar Bush, director OSRD; Homer W. Smith and Walter W. Palmer, Medical Advisory Committee; Paul D. Lamson and Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt University

Other Materials: Letter from President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Vannevar Bush; Booklet with "news stories and editorial comment on the President's letter to the director of OSRD, relating to a program for scientific research in the post-war world", 1944; Memorandum with Tentative Plans for Committee Actions; Agenda for a meeting of the Medical Advisory Committee; Report of the Medical Advisory Committee to Vannevar Bush, 1945; "A Consideration of a Proposed Plan for Federal Support of Medical Research and Other Medical Enterprises", by E.W. Goodpasture.

C 15

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee), 1945

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Homer W. Smith and Walter W. Palmer, Medical Advisory Committee

Other Materials: Confidential Memorandum about a National Foundation for Medical Research, Report of the Medical Advisory Committee to Vannevar Bush.

C 16

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee), 1945

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with: Homer W. Smith, Medical Advisory Committee

Other Materials: Report of the Subcommittee (committee on Medicine and the Changing Order), 1945; Three copies of Report to the President of the U.S., by Vannevar Bush, Director of the OSRD: "Science - The Endless Frontier", 1945(one being a mimeographed draft, the second being the first printing, and third being a photocopy of a later printing).

C 17

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee) 1945-46

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains mainly material about the Magnuson Kilgore Controversy in Congress. This controversy is about federal support for scientific research and education, and about the funding of a National Science Foundation. Scientists, under the leadership of Isaiah Bowman, President of Johns Hopkins University, support the Magnuson-Bill, because this Bill denies political control over scientific institutes.

Correspondence with (among others): Homer W. Smith, Medical Advisory Committee; John L. McClellan, U.S. Senator, Arkansas; W. Lee O'Daniel, U.S. Senator, Texas; Warren G. Magnuson, U.S. Senator, Washington

Other Materials: Letter to President Truman, signed by many scientists (also Goodpasture).

C 18

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee) 1945-46

Scope and Contents note

Like folder 18, this folder contains material about the Magnuson Kilgore Controversy in Congress.

Correspondence with (among others): J.W. Holloway, American Medical Association; Lester Hill, Democratic Whip, Alabama (U.S. Senate); H.P. Smith, Columbia University; Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt University; Vannevar Bush, OSRD

Other Materials: The Vannevar Bush Report, Material concerning the controversy over how to organize federal support for scientific research and education, Material from the Committee Supporting the Bush Report (5000 scientists signed the letter to President Truman, among them Goodpasture).

C 19

Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD) Medical Advisory Committee (Palmer Committee) 1945-47

Scope and Contents note

Like folder 17 and 18 this folder contains material about the Magnuson Kilgore Controversy in Congress.

Correspondence with (among others): Homer W. Smith, Medical Advisory Committee; Wilbur D. Mills, Congress of the U.S., House of Representatives

Other Materials: Bulletins from the American Medical Association about this controversy in Washington; "International Relations in Science - A Review of their Aims and Methods in the Past and in the Future", by Walter B. Cannon.

C 20

Wartime Committee on Epidemic Diseases, 1942

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was member of the Sub-committee on Infectious Diseases (Division of Medical Sciences of the National Research Council). This folder contains the medical records of soldiers who died of an epidemic disease in the army. Goodpasture is asked for advice about the diagnosis.

Correspondence with (among others): Frank W. Jones, Station Hospital, Lowry Field; W.H. Hazelwood, Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Disease; R.J. Wison, Office of the Surgeon General; S.Burt Wolbach, Harvard Medical School.

Other Materials: Report on Hepatogenous Jaundice, List of committees of the National Research Council Division of Medical Sciences.

C 21

Wartime Committee on Epidemic Diseases, 1942

Scope and Contents note

Like folder 21, this folder contains medical records of soldiers who died of an epidemic disease in the army.

Correspondence with (among others): S. Burt Wolbach, Harvard Medical School; James C. Magee, Major General, Surgeon General; Francis G. Blake, Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases; C. Philip Miller, University of Chicago; Kenneth F. Maxcy, Johns Hopkins University; Lewis H. Weed, Division of Medical Sciences

Other Materials: Report of the Commission on Epidemiological Survey; Program and Budget of the Commission on Tropical Diseases + a Report of the activities of this Commission; Proposed Program of Commission on Cross Infections in Hospitals; Report on Investigation of Jaundice Among Troops at Fort Knox, Kentucky, by C. Philip Miller; Weekly Summaries of Admission Diseases Rates.

C 22

Wartime Committee on Epidemic Diseases, 1942

Scope and Contents note

Like folder 21 and 22, this folder contains medical records of soldiers who died of an epidemic disease in the army.

Correspondence with (among others): Col. J.S. Simmons, Office of the Surgeon General; George Whipple, University of Rochester; Francis G. Blake, Board for the Investigation of Epidemic Diseases; S. Bayne-Jones, Office of the Surgeon General; Kenneth F. Maxcy, Johns Hopkins University; John Buddingh, Vanderbilt University; Carl V. Weller, American Journal of Pathology; James C. Magee, Major General, Surgeon General; Michael Wishengrad, Johns Hopkins University; S. Burt Wolbach, Harvard University

Other Materials: Monthly Health Review, Reports of several commissions on certain diseases, Weekly summaries of Admission Diseases Rates.

C 23

National Science Foundation, 1952-54

Scope and Contents note

From 1945 until 1955, Goodpasture was member of the Divisional Committee for Biological and Medical Sciences of the National Science Foundation.

Correspondence with (among others): George Wald, Allen T. Waterman and Chester I. Barnard, National Science Foundation

Other Materials: Biological Sciences Division Proposals, Grants for Scientific Research, List of Committees of the National Science Foundation, Remarks made before House of Representatives by J. Percy Priest (Tennessee), proposed Resolution for Projects in the Biological and Medical Sciences.

D 1

National Science Foundation, 1953-55

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): L.R. Blinks, H.B. Steinbach, Ferdinandus Payne, National Science Foundation; Edward W. Dempsey, Washington University, St. Louis

Other Materials: Act of Congress to establish the National Science Foundation, 1950; General Description of the National Science Foundation; press Release: National Science Foundation names Divisional Committees for Biology and Physical Sciences; List of the members of the Division Committee for Medical Research; Agenda and Minutes of Meetings; Survey of Research Projects of the NSF; Medical Research Activities of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare ; Report of the Special Committee on Medical Research Appointed by the National Science Foundation at the Request of the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C: National Science Foundation; December 1955.

D 2

Southern Medical Association, 1929

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture became a member of the Southern Medical Association in 1928. He served as secretary of the Section of Pathology of the SMA.

Correspondence with (among others): Harry T. Marshall, SMA; George S. Graham, SMA; A. Watson Sellards, Harvard University; Harry C. Schmeisser, University of Tennessee; Stuart Graves, University of Alabama; Roscoe Raymond Hyde, Johns Hopkins University; T.L. Terry, University of Texas. (These letters are mainly about a conference in Miami, that Goodpasture is organizing as secretary of the Section on Pathology of the SMA.)

D 3

Southern Medical Association, 1929

Scope and Contents note

Same kind of material as in folder 3. Correspondence with (among others): Paul D. Lamson, Vanderbilt University; C. P. Loranz, secretary-manager SMA; Wiley D. Forbus, Johns Hopkins University; Harvey S. Thatcher, Little Rock, Arkansas; A. Watson Sellards, Harvard University; George S. Graham, SMA; Harry T. Schmeisser, University of Tennessee

Other Materials: Program of the meeting of the Section on Pathology (SMA), that Goodpasture organized.

D 4

Southern Medical Association, 1928-37

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence mainly about a meeting of the Section on Pathology of the SMA in San Antonio, Texas, in 1934. Correspondence with (among others): C.P. Loranz, secretary-manager SMA; Hugh S. Cumming, Surgeon-General, U.S. Public Health Service; Earl B. McKinley, Section on Medical Education, SMA; Emmerich von Haam, Louisiana State University; Wiley D. Forbus, Duke University; George T. Caldwell, SMA; Kenneth F. Maxcy, U.S. Public Health Service; George A. Graham, SMA; A. Watson Sellards, Harvard University.

D 5

Southern Medical Association, 1932-33

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): C.P. Loranz, John Walker Moore, Wiley D. Forbus, SMA; Stuart Graves, University of Alabama; E.B. Mckinley and Errett C. Albritton, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; Emmerich von Haam, Charity Hospital New Orleans; Allen Chesney, Johns Hopkins University; Harvey S. Thatcher, SMA

Other Materials: Abstract by Henry E. Meleney, Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Vanderbilt University; programs of Meetings of the SMA.

D 6

Southern Medical Association, 1932-38

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence mainly about a meeting of the SMA. Correspondence with (among others): John Walker Moore, University of Louisville; Wiley D. Forbus, Duke University; C.P. Loranz, SMA; Earl B. McKinley, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; Harvey S. Thatcher, SMA; Marye Y. Dabney, Journal of the SMA; Paul D. Lamson and R.S. Cunningham, Vanderbilt University; Kenneth F. Maxcy, University of Virginia; Paul E. Steiner, University of Chicago; Harry C. Schmeisser, University of Tennessee; Wilbur A. Sawyer, The Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division; H.S. Cumming, Surgeon General, U.S. Public Health Service

Other Materials: Bulletin of the SMA (Preliminary Program Announcements, 1932).

D 7

American Society for Experimental Pathology, 1934-35

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture became a member of this organization in 1925. He was President in 1940.

Correspondence with (among others): Paul R. Cannon, E.M.K. Geiling and Philip Miller, University of Chicago; Harry C. Schmeisser, University of Tennessee; L.A. Maynard, Cornell University; George Packer Berry, American Association of Immunologists; Olin West, American Medical Association; J.A. Toomy, Western Reserve University

Other Materials: Minutes of meetings; Report about the relationship of the Federation of American Society for Experimental Biology to the American Institute of Nutrition, '39; Brochures of the American Society for Experimental Biology.

D 8

American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, 1948-49

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture became a member of this organization in 1915. He was in the Council from 1945 until 1949, and President in 1949. The Correspondence is mainly about "The President's Dinner" that Goodpasture is organizing.

Correspondence with (among others): Tracy B. Mallory, Alan R. Moritz, A. Baird Hastings, James Stevens Simmons, C. Sidney Burwell, J. Howard Mueller, George B. Wislocki, Harvard University; Tome Fite Paine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Herbert Z. Lund, Western Reserve University; Paul R. Cannon, University of Chicago; Wiley D. Forbus, Duke University; Howard T. Karsner, American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists; Shields Warren, New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston; S. Burt Wolbach, Division of Nutritional Research, Boston; G. Kenneth Mallory, Mallory Institute of Pathology, Boston

Other Materials: Minutes of Meetings, American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists; programs of meetings of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists.

D 9

Southern Pathological Conference, 1933

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with: Wiley D. Forbus

Other Materials: Protocol for the Southern Pathological Conference, by Goodpasture; Agenda for this conference; List of those who attended.

D 10

Virus International Congress for Microbiology, 1937-49

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Wilbur A. Sawyer, Rockefeller Foundation, International Health Division; R.E. Dyer and Norman H. Topping, National Institute of Health; William DeB. MacNider, University of North Carolina

Other Materials: Minutes of Meetings.

D 11

Poliomyelitis Lectures, 1940-41

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture organized a series of six lectures on Infantile Paralysis (April 1941, Vanderbilt University). These lectures were sponsored by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis in New York.

Correspondence with (among others): Thomas M. Rivers, Simon Flexner, Rockefeller Institute; C.S. Robinson, Eugene M. Regen, Waller S. Leathers, Vanderbilt University; Basil O'Connor, National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis; John R. Paul, Stanhope Bayne-Jones, Yale University; Charles Armstrong, U.S. Public Health Service; Frank Ober, Harvard University; Paul F. Clark, University of Wisconsin; Morris Fishbein, Journal of the AMA; A. Graeme Mitchell, Children's Hospital Research Foundation; Howard A. Howe, Lowell J. Reed, Johns Hopkins University

Other Materials: Press release about the Poliomyelitis Lectures.

D 12

Poliomyelitis Lectures, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): John R. Paul, Yale University; Frank R. Ober, Harvard University; Basil O'Connor, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; Thomas M. Rivers, Rockefeller Institute; John Sundwall, University of Michigan; Paul F. Clark, University of Wisconsin; O.C. Carmichael, Vanderbilt University; Howard A. Howe, Johns Hopkins University

Other Materials: A formal reply by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the invitation to attend the lectures on poliomyelitis. He is not able to attend.

D 13

Symposium on Acute Respiratory Diseases, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1952

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Rudletge W. Howard and Kenneth F. Girard, Lederle Laboratories Division

Other Materials: Program of this symposium, 2 copies of Goodpasture's Lecture: "The Pathology of Pneumonia Following Influenza Infection."

D 14

Singer Memorial Lecture, 1952

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Robert C. Grauer, William H. Singer Memorial Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh

Other Materials: Brochure about this Laboratory, Copy of Goodpasture's lecture: "The Role of Research in the General Hospital Laboratory," 1952

D 15

Editorial Board, Physiological Reviews, 1937-41

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was on the editorial board of the American Journal of Physiology, published by the American Physiological Society.

Correspondence with (among others): W.M. Stanley, K. Landsteiner, Peyton Rous, Rockefeller Institute; D.R. Hooker, Physiological Reviews; Arnold R. Rich, W.G. MacCallum, Johns Hopkins University; Alfred Blalock, Vanderbilt University; Paul R. Cannon, A.J. Carlson, University of Chicago; William deB. MacNider, University of North Carolina; Valy Menkin, W.B. Castle, Harvard University; Eugene L. Opie, Cornell University; Howard T. Karsner, Western Reserve University; Stanhope Bayne-Jones, Yale University

Other Materials: Suggestions to contributors, General Information about Physiological Review, Minutes of a Meeting about the 1940 volume.

D 16

Editorial Board, Physiological Reviews, 1937-41

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): S. Burt Wolbach, Harvard University; Donald R. Hooker, Physiological Reviews; A.J. Carlson, Paul R. Cannon, University of Chicago; Russell L. Holman, W. deB. MacNider, University of North Carolina; George Packer Berry, University of Rochester; Arnold R. Rich, Johns Hopkins University; Louise Pearce, Peyton Rous, Karl Landsteiner, W.M. Stanley, Rockefeller Institute; Karl E. Mason, Vanderbilt University; Walter J. Meek, University of Wisconsin

Other Materials: Suggestions to contributors.

D 17

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1946

Scope and Contents note

A faculty of medicine was established at this university. Goodpasture visited the university and gave his advice.

Correspondence with (among others): N.A.M. MacKenzie, J.N. Finlayson, University of British Columbia

Other Materials: Reports, minutes of meetings, and other material concerning the new medical school.

D 18

University of Florida, Medical Center Study, Gainesville, 1952-54

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains correspondence and other material about the requirements for establishing The Florida State Medical Center. Correspondence with (among others): Russell S. Poor, University of Florida.

D 19

Vanderbilt's Women Club, 1953

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture held a speech before the Vanderbilt's Women Club in 1953. Correspondence with (among others): Lois Benton, Sherwood Haynes, Herbert Francis, Georqe Meneely

Other Materials: Brochure about the Vanderbilt's Women Club, Copy of Goodpasture's speech: "Applications of Radio Activity to Medical Science".

D 20

Tennessee Department of Health Cancer Program, 1949-54

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Cecil B. Tucker, Department of Health, Nashville George R. Meneely, Veterans Administration, Nashville.

D 21

Nashville General Hospital Pathologist, 1929

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture was member of a committee in charge of finding a new resident pathologist for the Nashville General Hospital.

Correspondence with (among others): T.G. Pollard, chairman of the committee; F.B. Mallory, Boston City Hospital; Raymond Hussey, M.C. Winternitz, Yale University; S. Burt Wolbach, Harvard University; Harry T. Schmeisser, University of Tennessee; Paul R. Cannon, University of Chicago; S.N. Haythorn, Singer Memorial; Howard T. Karsner, Western Reserve University.

D 22

Requests for reprints, 1929-36

Scope and Contents note

Requests for reprints from (among others): E. Paschen (Hamburg, Germany), G. Marinesco (Bucarest, Roumanie), D.J. Greenway (Buenos Aires, Argentina), N.E. Goldsworthy (Sydney, Australia), G. Seiffert (Munchen, Germany), J. Peragallo (Pavia, Italy), G. Buchanan (London, England), G. Levaditi (Paris, France), L.A. Silber( Moskow, Russia) B. Johan (Budapest, Hungary) R.A. Webb, (London, England) N. Raollet (Leningrad, Russia).

D 23

Research, Universities and the Spirit of Inquiry (no date)

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: Letter from Theobold Smith, Rockefeller Institute, to Dr. Krumbhaar; Two reprints ("The Evolution of Medical Research in the U.S.", "Benjamin Rush in Edinburgh, 1766-1768"), Handwritten notes by Goodpasture.

D 24

Association of American Colleges, Second Teaching Institute, French Lick, Indiana, 1954

Scope and Contents note

The objectives of this institute is to provide an opportunity for medical educators to discuss medical education. Goodpasture participates for Vanderbilt University

Correspondence with (among others): Robert C. Hartmann, Hugh J. Morgan, Robert W. Quinn, Amos Christie, Barton McSwain, Vanderbilt University

Other Materials: General information about the Teaching Institute; program for the Second Teaching Institute: Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology, Genetics; List of participants; Questionnaire, filled out by Goodpasture, for medical school participants; Handwritten notes by Goodpasture.

D 25

Association of American Colleges, Second Teaching Institute, French Lick, Indiana, 1954

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other materials: Journal of Medical Education, July 1954, "Questionnaire Analysis" , Association of American Medical Colleges; program of the Second Teaching Institute: Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology, Genetics).

D 26

W.K. Bowling, M.D. (no date)

Scope and Contents note

No Correspondence

Other Materials: Copy of a letter by Joseph Janvier Woodward (Asst. Surgeon U.S. Army) to professor Dr. Rudolph Virchow, 1864; Reprint about the changing concept of cancer, 1951; Reprint about the relation of the American Medical Association to medical education, by W.K. Bowling, M.D.

D 27

New York Philharmonic Symphony, 1946-47

Scope and Contents note

Goodpasture read a paper ("Agents of Infectious Disease") during the broadcast of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony concert under the sponsorship of the U.S. Rubber Company, March 1947.

Correspondence with (among others): Richard E. Hackenger, radio director; Warren Weaver, advisory committee for the speakers for series of radio programs on science

Other Materials: two copies of Goodpasture's "Science Talk", List of former "Science Talks".

D 28

American Philosophical Society, 1943-52

Scope and Contents note

The American Philosophical Society was "Held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge". Goodpasture was elected member of this organization in April, 1943. In 1952, Goodpasture wrote a biographical sketch on Francis G. Blake, (1887-1952, dean and professor of Medicine at Yale). He corresponded with several people to get information about Blake.

Correspondence with (among others): Edwin G. Conklin, President of the American Philosophical Society ; William D. Blake (son of Francis G. Blake), Yale University; C.N.H. Long, Yale University; James S. Simmons, Harvard University; John R. Paul, Yale University; L.P. Eisenhart, American Philosophical Society

Other Materials: Biographical sketch on Francis G. Blake, by John R. Paul; Biographical Sketch on Francis G. Blake, by Goodpasture, for the 1952 Year Book of the American Philosophical Society; American Philosophical Society Budget, 1946; Invitations, Announcements, List of members of the American Philosophical Society.

D 29

Medical Illustrations, c. 1933-43

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Goodpasture had copies produced of various published medical illustrations during this period. The file documents an investigation into the history of these illustrations, conducted in the 1980's by Mary Phillips.

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Series 02: Correspondence - Chronological  

Scope and Contents note

Arranged chronologically in annual groupings, and then divided into smaller alphabetically arranged divisions, generally, this series contains routine professional correspondence, representing communications with individuals whom he corresponded less frequently. However, there are exceptions, with individuals listed in Series 3 and 4 also appearing in this series.

Box Folder

Correspondence 1923, 1924 and 1925

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Ernest A. Buttrick (General Education Board), Wade H. Brown (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins Hospital), Harvey Cushing, Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frank B. Mallory (Pathological Laboratory, Boston), Dorsey Brannan (Singer Memorial Research Lab.), Chas. W. Duval (Southern Medical Association), Frank A. Evans (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Morris Fishbein (Journal of the AMA), Abraham Flexner (General Education Board), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Edward B. Krumbhaar (Philadelphia General Hospital), G. Canby Robinson (Johns Hopkins University), Harry C. Schmeisser (University of Tennessee), E.J. Sunkes (Johns Hopkins University), Oscar Teague (Singer Memoral Research Lab.), B.T. Terry (Toledo Hospital), Lewis H. Weed (Johns Hopkins University),S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard Medical School)

Other Materials: An Examination in Pathology.

1 1

Correspondence 1926 (A - M)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Stanhope Bayne-Jones (University of Rochester), Dorsey Brannan (University of Rochester), J.A. Detlefsen (Biological Abstracts), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Frank A. Evans (Pittsburgh, Pa), Wiley D. Forbus (Johns Hopkins University), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Stuart Graves (Southern Medical Association), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Samual R. Haythorn (Singer Memorial Research Lab.), John W. Harris (Johns Hopkins University), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Edward B. Krumbhaar (Philadelphia General Hospital), Ann G. Kuttner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Waller S. Leathers and Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt University), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins University), Ralph R. Mellon (Highland Hospital of Rochester)

Other material concerning Biological Abstracts.

1 2

Correspondence 1926 (N - Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Winfield S. Owsley (Eclectic, Ala.), Charles Phillips (Medical College of Virginia), W.H. Potts, Jr. (Harvard Medical School), G. Canby Robinson (Vanderbilt University), J.R. Schramm (Biological Abstracts), Theobald Smith (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Charles E. Simon (Johns Hopkins University), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford University), E.J. Sunkes (Johns Hopkins University), B.T. Terry (Toledo Hospital Ohio), Harvey S. Thatcher (University Hospital of Cleveland), Milton C. Winternitz and C. Eugene Woodruff (Yale University), Lewis H. Weed (Johns Hopkins University), S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard University)

1 3

Correspondence 1927 (A - M)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Alan M. Chesney and S.J. Crowe (Johns Hopkins University), Frank A. Evans (Pittsburgh, Pa.), George S. Graham (Southern Medical Association), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Ann G. Kuttner (Johns Hopkins University), John A. Lanford (Southern Medical Association), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt University), Frank B. Mallory (Boston City Hospital), Ralph R. Mellon (Western Pennsylvania Hospital)

Other material on Biological Abstracts.

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Correspondence 1927 (N - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Eugene L. Opie (Henry Phipps Institute, Philadelphia), G. Canby Robinson (Vanderbilt University), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Theobald Smith (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), T.F. Sellers (State Board of Health, Atlanta), Harvey S. Thatcher (University of Arkansas), C. Eugene Woodruff (Yale University), Shields Warren (Palmer Memorial Hospital, Boston), Lewis H. Weed (Johns Hopkins University), E.F. Wright (Vanderbilt University), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester)

Other Materials: A Paper about "Examinations and Promotions" at Vanderbilt, by Goodpasture; A Paper by Goodpasture, "The Pathology of Certain Virus Diseases"; Annual Report of the Medical Fellowship Board of the National Research Council, 1927.

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Correspondence 1928 (A - L)

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Correspondence with (among others): C. Sidney Burwell (Vanderbilt University), Francis G. Blake (Yale University), Walter B. Cannon (Harvard Medical School), W.A. Demonbreun (Fitzsimons General Hospital, Denver), Beverly Douglas (Vanderbilt University), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Edward Francis (Treasury Department), R.W. Glaser (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), G. Carl Huber (National Research Council), William H. Howell (Johns Hopkins University), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Ann G. Kuttner (Johns Hopkins University), Ralph E. Knutti (Yale University), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), H.G. Little (Singer Memorial Research Lab.), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt University).

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Correspondence 1928 (M - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): William S. McCann (University of Rochester), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins University), Frank B. Mallory and George R. Minot (Boston City Hospital) James Howard Means (Massachusetts General Hospital), Harry T. Marshall (Southern Medical Association), Merrill Moore, Eugene L. Opie (Henry Phipps Institute), Richard M. Pearce (Peking Union Medical College), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), G.H. Robinson (Singer Memorial Research Lab.), G. Canby Robinson (Vanderbilt University), J.R. Schramm (Biological Abstracts), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard Medical School), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford University), Harry C. Schmeisser (University of Tennessee), Harvey S. Thatcher (University of Arkansas), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), S. Burt Wolbach (Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston)

Other Materials: Report of the Pathologist 1925-1928, Vanderbilt Hospital

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Correspondence 1929 (A - E)

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Correspondence with (among others): Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University St. Louis), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins University), Stanley Cobb (Harvard University), Robert C. Cunningham and Katherine Dodd (Vanderbilt University), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), W.A. Demonbreun (Fitzsimmons General Hospital, Denver), W.C. Dixon (Nashville General Hospital), James Ewing (Cornell University)

Other Materials: 2 reprints by Lewellys F. Barker, M.D.; sp,e Coffee House material.

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Correspondence 1929 (F - L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Johns Hopkins University), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Stuart Graves (University of Alabama), Percy Howe (Harvard Medical School), Samuel C. Harvey (Yale University), Samuel R. Haythorn (Singer Memorial Research Lab.), William H. Howell (Johns Hopkins University), G. Carl Huber (National Research Council), Ludvig Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), Ralph E. Knutti (Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland), Edward B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), F.A. Kurz (Biological Abstracts), Warfield T. Longcope (Johns Hopkins University), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt University), Warren H. Lewis (Johns Hopkins University), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt University), Frederick P. Gay (Columbia University)

Other materials concerning a conflict between Dr. Goodpasture and Nashville General Hospital.

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Correspondence 1929 (M - W)

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Correspondence with (among others): William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina), Frank A. Evans (about Charles J.W. McVeigh), E.V. McCollum (Johns Hopkins University), Frank B. Mallory (Boston City Hospital), Harry T. Marshall (Southern Medical Association), Peter K. Olitsky and Richard M. Pearce (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), G. Canby Robinson (New York Hospital), Frederick F. Russell (Rockefeller Foundation), Alfred C. Redfield (Harvard Medical School), Peyton Rous and Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), J.R. Schramm (Biological Abstracts), Frank H. Swett (Vanderbilt University), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard University), Milton C. Winternitz (Yale University), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Carl V. Weller (University of Michigan), Fred D. Weidman (University of Pennsylvania), Susan H. Wilkes (Vanderbilt University)

Other materials about the Department of Pathology (Budgets and Reports).

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Correspondence 1930 (A - E)

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Correspondence with (among others): Eugene L. Bishop (Department of Public Health, Nashville), C. Sidney Burwell (Vanderbilt University), Hugh T. Beacham (Charity Hospital New Orleans), Dorsey Brannan (Morgantown, West Virginia), Lucius E. Burch, R. Sydney Cunningham, Mrs. R.C. Cunningham, Glenn E. Cullen (Vanderbilt University), Paul R. Cannon (University of Chicago), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University, St. Louis), Rigney D'Aunoy (Charity Hospital New Orleans), William E. Deeks (United Fruit Comp., New York), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Dayton J. Edwards (Cornell University), Herbert M. Evans (University of California, Berkeley)

Other Materials: Budgets of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University

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Correspondence 1930 (F - L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Ludvig Hektoen (National Research Council), Russell L. Holman (AMA), Emmerich von Haam (University of Arkansas), Vernal Irons (Johns Hopkins University), Howard T. Karsner, Ralph E. Knutti (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Vernon Kellogg (National Research Council), James W. Jobling (Columbia University), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt University), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association)

Other Materials: Report of the Graduate Committee, 1929, Vanderbilt.

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Correspondence 1930 (M - P)

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Correspondence with (among others): William S. McCann and John J. Morton (University of Rochester), James Howard Means (Massachusetts General Hospital), Henry E. Meleney, Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt University), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), M. Pinson Neal (Southern Medical Association), Charles Phillips (Medical College of Virginia)

Other Materials: Outline of Laboratory Work (1927/28); Budget of the Department of Pathology; Announcement of Fellowships in Medicine by the National Research Council.

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Correspondence 1930 (Q - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Arnold R. Rich (Johns Hopkins University), Thomas M. Rivers, Peyton Rous (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), J.R. Schramm (Biological Abstracts), Harry C. Schmeisser (University of Tennessee), T.F. Sellers (State Board of Health, Atlanta), J.P. Simmonds (Northwestern University), W. Spielmeyer (Munchen, Germany), M. Pinson Neal (Southern Medical Association), Richard P. Strong (Harvard Medical School), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Susan H. Wilkes (Vanderbilt University)

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Correspondence 1931 (A - H)

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Correspondence with (among others): J. Howard Brown (Johns Hopkins University), Edmund V. Cowdry (National Research Council), Charles F. Craig (American Journal of Tropical Medicine), H.S. Cumming (Surgeon General, U.S. Public Health Service), R. Sydney Cunningham (Vanderbilt University), Rigney D'Aunoy (Charity Hospital New Orleans), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Emmerich von Haam (University of Arkansas), Ludviq Hektoen (Archives of Pathology), G. Carl Huber (National Research Council)

Other Materials: Abstracts of two articles by Dr. Goodpasture.

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Correspondence 1931 (I - M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Theodore W. Jones and Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve Medical School), Ralph E. Knutti (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Edward B. Krumbhaar and G.U. Klinck Jr. (University of Pennsylvania), Vernon Kellogg (National Research Council), C. P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), C. Levaditi (Pasteur Institute, Paris, France), Robert A. Lambert (Rockefeller Foundation), Kenneth M. Lynch (Southern Medical Association), Waller S. Leathers and Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt),Frank B. Mallory (Boston City Hospital), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins).

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Correspondence 1931 (N - W)

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Correspondence with (among others): Irving W. Parkhurst (Boston City Hospital), Edwards A. Park (Johns Hopkins), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), E.E. Reinke (Vanderbilt), Martin L. Stein (Yale University), Theobald Smith (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard University), Harvey S. Thatcher (University of Arkansas), Arthur W. Wright (Bender Hygienic Lab., Albany, N.Y.), Shields Warren (New England Deaconess Hospital Boston), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Fred D. Weidman (University of Pennsylvania), George Wislock (Johns Hopkins), S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard Medical School)

Other Materials: Budget Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt; Brochure from the National Research Council (1930/31) - Organization and members; Brochure from the National Institute of Health, 1931).

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Correspondence 1932 (A - E)

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Correspondence with (among others): H.B. Andervont (Harvard Medical School), Dorsey Brannan (Morgantown, West-Virginia), Francis G. Blake (Yale University), Eugene L. Bishop (State Board of Health, Nashville), C. Sidney Burwell (Vanderbilt), Sennett Connor (Governor of the state of Mississippi), Walter B. Cannon (Harvard Medical School), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University St. Louis), Mrs. R.C. Cunningham (Vanderbilt), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Journal), James Ewing (Cornell University)

Other Materials: Report of the Fluid Research Fund.

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Correspondence 1932 (F - L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Frederick P. Gay (Columbia University), Allen Gregg (Rockefeller Foundation), Paul N. Harris (Western Reserve University), Ludvig Hektoen (McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases), W.A. Harper (Vanderbilt), G. Carl Huber (University of Michigan), William H. Howell, Roscoe R. Hyde (Johns Hopkins), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Edward B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), Ralph E. Knutti (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), Kenneth M. Lynch (Medical College of the state of South Carolina), Esmond R. Long (University of Pennsylvania), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Paper-Present Status of Investigation of Production of Vaccine with Infected Embryo Chick Membranes (by Goodpasture?); Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes.

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Correspondence 1932 (N - R)

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Correspondence with (among others): Henry E. Meleney (Vanderbilt), Frank B. Mallory (Boston City Hospital), Merrill Moore, Fred. A. Mettler (Cornell University), George R. Minot (Boston City Hospital), James Howard Means (Massachusetts General Hospital), G.W. McCoy (National Institute of Health), Earl B. McKinley (G. Washington University, Washington, D.C.), Howard A. McCordock (Washington University St. Louis), J.C. Perry (U.S. Public Health Service), John W. Parsons (Boston City Hospital), G. Canby Robinson (Cornell University), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research)

Other Materials: Budget of the Department of Pathology/Report about the Fluid Research Fund/Brochure about the National Research Council/Brochure about the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists.

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Correspondence 1932 (S - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): A. Watson Sellards (Harvard University), Harry C. Schmeisser (University of Tennessee), E.L. Stubbs (University of Pennsylvania), F.W. Schlutz (University of Chicago), Richard P. Strong (Harvard University), Harvey S. Thatcher (University of Arkansas), Arthur W. Wright (Bender Hygienic Lab., Albany, N.Y.), George H. Whipple (University Of Rochester), Hans Zinnser (Harvard University)

Other Materials: Comments by Dr. Goodpasture at a medical meeting in Nashville (no date).

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Correspondence 1933 (A - D)

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Correspondence with (among others): E. Cowles Andrus (Johns Hopkins), Barney Brooks, C. Sidney Burwell, Lucius E. Burch (Vanderbilt University), Eugene L. Bishop (State Department of Health, Nashville), C.P. Connell (Vanderbilt), Alexis Carrel (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University, St. Louis), Charles F. Craig (American Journal of Tropical Medicine), Eileen R. Cunningham (Vanderbilt), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), Casparis, Cowan (Vanderbilt), J.A. Crabtree (State Department of Health, Nashville), Alfred E. Cohn (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Stanley Cobb (Harvard), William G. Downs (Chicago Medical School).

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Correspondence 1933 (E - J)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wilton R. Earle (National Institute of Health), Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Allan A. Fisher (University of Rochester), Stuart Graves (Southern Medical Association), Frederick P. Gay (Leonard Wood Memorial), Paul N. Harris (Western Reserve University), Emmerich von Haam (Charity Hospital New Orleans), Elizabeth Jones (Harvard), E.C. Campbell (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research)

Other Materials: Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes, Vanderbilt.

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Correspondence 1933 (K - M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Ann G. Kuttner (Johns Hopkins), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Marvin H. Kendrick (Gorgas Medical Society), James H. Kirkland (Vanderbilt), Ralph E. Knutti (University of Rochester), Waller S. Leathers, Paul D Lamson (Vanderbilt), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Karl M. Lippert (Cincinnati General Hospital), Esmond R. Long (University of Pennsylvania.), Earl B. McKinley (G. Washington University Washington D.C.), James B. Murphy (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), C. Phillip Miller (University of Chicago), Henry E. Meleney, Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Speech by Dr. Goodpasture honoring Dr. Waller Leathers.

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Correspondence 1933 (N - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): M. Fernan-Nunez (Marquette University, Milwaukee), Peter K. Olitsky (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Eugene L. Opie (University of Pennsylvania), Frederick Parker (Boston City Hospital) Louise Pearce (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), J.C. Perry (U.S. Public Health Service), Peyton Rous, Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), H.B. van Wesep, Frederick F. Russell (Rockefeller Foundation), Richard E. Shope (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), J.R. Schramm (Biological Abstracts), Harry C. Schmeisser (University of Tennessee), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford University), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Wilbur A. Sawyer (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Charles R. Tyler (New York City Health Department), Georqe H. Whipple (University of Rochester), A.J. Warren (Rockefeller Foundation), S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard), Shields Warren (New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt; A List of Publications from the same department (1925-1933).

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Correspondence 1934 (A - F)

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Correspondence with (among others): Oswald T. Avery (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Eugene L. Bishop (State Board of Health, Nashville), John Buddinqh (Vanderbilt), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University, St. Louis), Elliott C. Cutler (Harvard), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), R. Sydney Cunningham, Eileen R. Cunningham (Vanderbilt), H.S. Cumming (U.S. Public Health Service), James R. Dawson (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Halbert L. Dunn (Johns Hopkins), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Wiley D. Forbus (Southern Medical Association), Daniel P. O'Brien (Rockefeller Foundation).

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Correspondence 1934 (H - P)

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Correspondence with (among others): G. Carl Huber (National Research Council), Emmerich von Haam (Louisiana State University), Russell L. Holman (Columbia University), Paul N. Harris (Western Research University), W.A. Jamieson (Lilly Research Lab., Indianapolis), Lucius E. Burch (Vanderbilt), Ann G. Kuttner (Peiping Union Medical College, Peiping, China), Ludwig Kast (Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), Ralph D. Lillie (U.S. Public Health Service), Karl M. Lippert (Medical College of Virginia) Earl B. McKinley (Washington University St. Louis), William deB. MacNider (Chapel Hill), Ward J. MacNeal (Josiah Macy Foundation), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregan), C. Phillip Miller (University of Chicago), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt), William L. Moss (Athens, Georgia)

Other Materials: Newspaper clippings about Dr. Goodpasture's discovery of the virus of mumps.

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Correspondence 1934 (N - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): James M. Neill (Cornell), M. Pinson Neal (University of Missouri), James O'Hare (Peter Bent Brigham Hospital), Henry Pinkerton (Harvard), Harry Plotz (Institut Pasteur, Paris, France), Louise Pearce (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frederick Parker (Boston City Hospital), Peyton Rous (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frederick F. Russell (Rockefeller Foundation), Francis M. Root (American Journal of Hygiene), M.J. Rosenau (Harvard), A.J. Warren (Rockefeller Foundation), G. Canby Robinson (Cornell), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Charles S. Shoup (Vanderbilt), M.W.S. Schram (International Cancer Research Foundation), Florence R. Sabin (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), L.R. Thompson (U.S. Public Health Service), Charles R. Tyler (Bureau of Lab., New York), Warren T. Vaughan (Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medical), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Leslie T. Webster (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Ray Lyman Wilbur (Stanford), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt), Hans Zinsser (Harvard)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt.

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Correspondence 1935 (A - D)

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Correspondence with (among others): Joe Beard, Wade H. Brown (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), C. Sidney Burwell, Lucius E. Burch (Vanderbilt), Francis G. Blake (Yale University), Sam S. Blackman Jr. (Johns Hopkins), Robert C. Cunningham, C.P. Connell (Vanderbilt), Henry A. Christian (Peter Bent Brigham Hospital), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), H.S. Cumming (U.S. Public Health Service), James R. Dawson (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), James M. Neill (Cornell), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Rigney D\'Aunoy (Louisiana State University), Walter E. Dandy (Johns Hopkins).

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Correspondence 1935 (E - K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Southern Medical Association), Frederick P. Gay (Leonard Wood Memorial), Laman A. Gray (Johns Hopkins), Russell L. Holman (Columbia University), Emmerich von Haam (Louisiana State University), Paul N. Harris, Victor G. Heiser (International Leprosy Association), W.A. Jamieson (Lilly Research Lab.), John A. Kolmer (Temple University, Philadelphia), Ralph E. Knutti (University of Rochester)

Other Materials: Manuscript of a paper by Emmerich von Haam and Rigney D'Aunoy; Regulations Governing Graduate Instruction at Vanderbilt; Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes, Vanderbilt.

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Correspondence 1935 (L - P)

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Correspondence with (among others): Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), Karl M. Lippert (Medical College of Virginia), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), J.P. Leake (U.S. Public Health Service), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt), D. Levaart, C. Levaditi (Institut Pasteur, Paris, France), Ralph D. Lillie (U.S. Public Health Service), Hill McAllister (Governor of Mississippi), Earl B. McKinley (Washington University, Washington D.C.), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins), W.A. McIntosh (Rockefeller Foundation), G.W. McCoy (U.S. Public Health Service), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon), Robert A. Moore (Cornell), James B. Murphy, Louise Pearce (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Edwards A. Park (Johns Hopkins)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt; Report of a Case of Generalized Vaccine from Chick Vaccine (by dr. Goodpasture?).

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Correspondence 1935 (R - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Peyton Rous, Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frederick F. Russell, A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Wilbur A. Sawyer (Rockefeller Foundation), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford), K.S. Shah (Punjab Vaccine Institute, Lahore), Shields Warren (American Society for Experimental Pathology), Arthur W. Wright (Union University), W.C. Williams (Department of Public Health, Nashville), Leslie T. Webster (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), S. Burt Wolbach (Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston), C. Eugene Woodruff, George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: List of those referred to for Professorship of Medicine at Vanderbilt; Paper: "Viruses and New Growth" (by Dr. Goodpasture?).

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Correspondence 1936 (A - B)

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Correspondence with (among others): George F. Archer (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania), Material concerning Autopsy Permits, C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Albert L. Barrows (National Research Council), Lucius E. Burch, John C. Burch (Vanderbilt), Wade H. Brown (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research)

Other Materials: 2 Brochures (Commonwealth Fund and American Society for Experimental Pathology).

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Correspondence 1936 (C - H)

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Correspondence with (among others): Robert C. Cunningham, Eileen R. Cunningham, C.P. Connell, Oliver C. Carmichael (Vanderbilt), J. McKeen Cattell (Science), Henry A. Christian (Peter Bent Brigham Hospital), James R. Dawson, Walter E. Dandy (Johns Hopkins), M.Y Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Emmerich von Haam (Louisiana State University), D.R. Hooker (American Journal of Physiology), Roscoe R. Hyde (Johns Hopkins), H.D. Kruse (American Journal of Hygiene), Paul N. Harris (New England Deaconess Hospital Boston), Ludvig Hektoen (Journal of Infectious Diseases)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt.

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Correspordence 1936 (I - M)

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Correspondence with (among cthers): A.C. Ivy (American Physiological Society), Vernon Kellogg (National Research Council), Ann G. Kuttner, E.B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), H.D. Kruse (American Journal of Hygiene), Waller S. Leathers, Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt), Karl M. Lippert (Medical College of Virginia), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer) C. Levaditi (Institut Pasteur, Paris, France), J.P. Leake (U.S. Public Health Service), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon).

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Correspondence 1936 (Mc - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina), G.W. McCoy (U.S. Public Health Service), Anderson Nettleship (Duke University), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Clarence L. Scamman (Commonwealth Fund), Shields Warren (New England Deaconess Hospital), C. Eugene Woodruff, W.C. Williams (Department of Public Health, Nashville), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes; Material about the American Society for the Control of Cancer.

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Correspondence 1937 (A - D)

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Correspondence with (among others): John C. Burch, Alfred Blalock, John Buddingh, (Vanderbilt), George Packer Berry (University of Rochester), C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Francis G. Blake (National Research Council), L.R. Chandler (Stanford), Paul R. Cannon (University of Chicago), Elliott C. Cutler (Bent Brigham Hospital Boston), Rigney D'Aunoy (Louisiana State University), James R. Dawson (Cornell University), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association)

Other Materials: Material about the American Society For the Control of Cancer.

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Correspondence 1937 (E - J)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Simon Flexner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Abraham Flexner, Stuart Graves (University of Alabama), Owsley Grant (Louisville, Ky.), J.P. Gilbert (Nashville Acad. of Medical), Russell L. Holman (University of North Carolina), George A. Harrop (Johns Hopkins), Paul N. Harris (University of Tennessee), A.C. Ivy (American Physiological Society), W.A. Jamieson (Eli Lilly Company, Indianapolis), Leland M. Johnston (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Other Materials: handwritten paper by Dr. Goodpasture ("The Use of the Developing Eggs in Virus Research"); Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes.

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Correspondence 1937 (K - M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Roy R. Kracke (AMA), Edward B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), James H. Kirkland (Vanderbilt), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University), Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), Ralph D. Lillie (National Institute of Health), Paul D. Lamson, Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon), Thorvald Madsen (Harvard), George S. Mahon (New Haven, Connecticut), J.J. Moore (AMA)

Other Materials: Medical Library Committee Meetings.

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Correspondence 1937 (Mc - R)

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Correspondence with (among others): William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina), M. Pinson Neal (University of Missouri), Eugene L. Opie (Cornell University), James O. Pinkston (American University of Beirut, Lebanon), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), G. Canby Robinson (Johns Hopkins), C.S. Robinson (Vanderbilt), Frederick F. Russell (Harvard)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology; Brochures of the American Board of Pathology.

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Correspondence 1937 (S - Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Frank H. Swett (Duke University), Wilbur A. Sawyer (Rockefeller Foundation), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), James G. Stahlman (Nashville, TN), J.P. Simmonds (Northwestern University), L.R. Thompson (U.S. Public Health Service), Harvey S. Thatcher (University of Arkansas), Carl TenBroeck (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Shirley C. Titus (Vanderbilt), Shields Warren (New England Deaconess Hospital Boston), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Susan H. Wilkes (Vanderbilt), Leslie T. Webster (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Arthur W. Wright (Union University Albany, N.Y.), C. Eugene Woodruff (Department of Health, City of Detroit), Lewis H. Weed (Johns Hopkins), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt), H.M. Zimmerman (Yale University).

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Correspondence 1938 (A - B)

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Correspondence with (among others): C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Paul C. Bucy (AMA), Barney Brooks, John C. Burch, John Buddingh, Alfred Blalock (Vanderbilt), Isaiah Bowman (Johns Hopkins), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins).

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Correspondence 1938 (C - F)

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Correspondence with (among others): Oliver C. Carmichael (Vanderbilt), Glenn E. Cullen (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), Lester J. Evans (The Commonwealth Fund), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University), Paul R. Cannon (University of Chicago), James R. Dawson (Cornell University), Wilton R. Earle (National Institute of Health), Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Grant Fleming (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)

Other Materials: Brochure about the William Sydney Thayer and Susan Read Thayer Lectureship in Clinical Medicine.

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Correspondence 1938 (G - K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Justina H. Hill (Johns Hopkins), Paul N. Harris (Lilly Research Lab., Indianapolis), Russell L. Holman (University Of North Carolina), Seale Harris (Evanston, Illinois), L. Emmett Holt, Jr., William H. Howell (Johns Hopkins), Leland M. Johnston (University of Michigan), Howard T. Karsner (American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists), W.J. Kerr (American College of Physicians), Ralph H. Knutti (University of Rochester), Rudolph H. Kampmeier (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes; Medical Library Committee Meeting Minutes.

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Correspondence 1938 (L - Mc)

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Correspondence with (among others): Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), Warfield T. Longcope (Johns Hopkins), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), Isaiah Bowman (Johns Hopkins), William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins)

Other Materials: Medical Library Committee Meeting Minutes; Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes.

3 9

Correspondence 1938 (M - Q)

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Correspondence with (among others): Hugh J. Morgan, Henry E. Meleney (Vanderbilt), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon), George S. Mahon (Ada, Oklahoma), Floyd S. Markham (Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital), Henry Marcus (Stockholm, Sweden), Roberta Daly (Harvard), M. Fernan-Nunez (Marquette University Milwaukee), James M. Neill (Cornell University), Peyton Rous, Peter K. Olitsky (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Eugene L. Opie (Cornell University), Edwards A. Park (Johns Hopkins), Alice Polk (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Monthly Statements of the Department of Pathology; Program of a Meeting of the Clinician's Club; Code of Statutes of the Nobel Foundation.

3 10

Correspondence 1938 (R - Y)

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Correspondence with (among others): G. Canby Robinson (Johns Hopkins), Peyton Rous, Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frederick F. Russell (Harvard), Francis M. Rackemann (Boston), Frank H. Swett (Duke University), A. Watson Sellards, George C. Shattuck (Harvard), Wilbur A. Sawyer, C.H. Stuart-Harris (Rockefeller Foundation), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford), K.S. Shah (India), Edward L. Turner (Meharry Medical College), Alfred J. Vignec (Yale University), Lewis H. Weed (Johns Hopkins), Arthur W. Wright (Union University, Albany, N.Y.), Shields Warren (New England Deaconess Hospital), C. Eugene Woodruff (Department of Health, City of Detroit), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Program for the inauguration of Oliver C. Carmichael; Minutes of a meeting of the Committee on Viruses and Viral Diseases (International Congress for Microbiology); List of the members of the Medical Exchange Club.

3 11

Correspondence 1939 (A - C)

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Correspondence with (among others): Elizabeth Bass (Southern Medical Association),Alfred Blalock (Vanderbilt), Granville A. Bennett, Orville Bailey, C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Eugene L. Bishop (TVA), [Virus and Bacterial Infection in the Chick Embryo, Abstract by Dr. Goodpasture], Paul R. Cannon (University of Chicago), Sam L. Clark (Vanderbilt), Glenn E. Cullen (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), George Crile (American College of Surgeons).

3 12

Correspondence 1939 (D - K)

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Correspondence with (among others): James R. Dawson (Vanderbilt), William Dock (Stanford), Cecil K. Drinker (Harvard), Lester J. Evans (The Commonwealth Fund), Robert Graham (University of Illinois), E.M.K. Geiling (University of Chicago), Ludvig Hektoen (U.S. Public Health Service), D.R. Hooker (Physiological Reviews), Justina H. Hill (Johns Hopkins), Warren C. Hunter (Portland Acad. of Medicine), W.A. Jamieson (Lilly Research Lab., Indianapolis), W.J. Kerr (American College of Physicians), Lester S. King (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Edward B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), Ralph E. Knutti (University of Rochester), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve University).

3 13

Correspondence 1939 (L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Lamson, Paul D.; Leathers, Waller S.; Lillie, Ralph D.; Little, C.C.; Lohman, A.; Longcope, Warfield T.; Luton, Frank H.

Other Materials: material concerning the medical library at Vanderbilt; reprint "Suggested revisions of medical pharmacology" by Paul D. Lamson

3 14

Correspondence 1939 (M-R)

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Correspondence with (among others): Frank, Lawrence K. MacCallum, W.G.; MacNider, William deB.; Mahon, George S.; Mallory, Frank B.; Martzloff, Karl H.; Moore, Merrill; Morgan, Hugh J.; Moritz, Allen R.; Muench, H.; Murphy, William P.; Neal, M. Pinson; Paulson, Mores; Pincoffs, M.C.; Pinkerton, Henry; Powers, Grover F.; Rigdon, R. Harrison; Rivers, Thomas M.; Rous, Peyton

Other Materials: quarterly report - Tennessee Mental health project; monthly statements of the Department of pathology

3 15

Correspondence 1939 (S-Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Sawyer, Wilbur A.; Schmeisser, Harry C.; Schultz, Edwin W.; Sellards, A. Watson; Smith, Geddes; Soule, Malcolm H.; Thompson, L.R.; Trimble, H.C.; Walker, Ethel; Warren, Shields; Weed, Lewis H.; West, Olin; Whipple, George H.; Winternitz, Milton C.; Wolbach, S. Burt; Woodruff, C. Eugene; Youmans, John B.

3 16

Correspondence 1940 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Harold Austin (College of Physicians of Pennsylvania), C. Sidney Burwell, Paul B. Beeson, Kenneth D. Blackfan (Harvard), Francis G. Blake (Yale), Barnett Cohen (Johns Hopkins), Alfred Blalock (Vanderbilt), Carl TenBroeck (Rockefeller Institute), Robert S. Boyd (Massachusetts Medical Society), Frederick B. Bang (Marine Hospital Baltimore), Charles F. Branch (Boston University).

4 1

Correspondence 1940 (C-E)

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Correspondence with (among others): Sam L. Clark, Eileen R. Cunningham (Vanderbilt), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), Walter B. Cannon (Harvard), Russell L. Cecil (Text-Book of Medicine), W.C. Dixon (Tennessee State Medical Association), Katherine Dodd, James R. Dawson (Vanderbilt), M.Y. Dabney (Southern Medical Association), Lester J. Evans (The Commonwealth Fund)

Other Materials: Manuscript of an article ("Herpes Zoster"), by Dr. Goodpasture; Minutes of a Meeting of the Advisory Council of the Children's Hospital Research Foundation

4 2

Correspondence 1940 (F-G)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), William H. Feldman (Mayo Foundation), Leroy D. Fothergill, Sidney Farber (Harvard), H. Quigg Fletcher (Johns Hopkins), John P. Fox (Rockefeller Foundation), Clifford G. Grulee (American Academy of Pediatrics).

4 3

Correspondence 1940 (H)

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Correspondence with (among others): Roderick Heffron (The Commonwealth Fund), Russell L. Holman (University of North Carolina), Ludvig Hektoen (Chicago), J. Shelton Horsley (St. Elizabeth Hospital, Richmond), Howard A. Howe (Johns Hopkins), Paul N. Harris (Lilly Research lab., Indianapolis), Worth Hale (Harvard)

Other Materials: Applications for Grants of the AMA (Dr. Goodpasture was member of the Committee on Scientific Research of the AMA); Hospital Committee Meeting Minutes.

4 4

Correspondence 1940 (J-K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Jose Jiminez, Stuart A. Koser (University of Chicago), Ann G. Kuttner.

4 5

Correspondence 1940 (L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Paul D. Lamson, Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), Robert A. Lambert (Rockefeller Foundation), W.S. Ladd (Cornell), Kenneth M. Lynch (Medical College of the State of South Carolina), Ralph D. Lillie (National Institute of Health), Balduin Lucke (University of Pennsylvania), Rudolph A. Light (University Hospital of Cleveland), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), C.P. Loranz (SMA).

4 6

Correspondence 1940 (M-O)

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Correspondence with (among others): W. De Gutierrez-Mahoney (Vanderbilt), Walter J. Meek (University of Wisconsin), A. Graeme Mitchell (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), George S. Mahon, Eunice Thomas Miner (The New York Academy of Sciences), Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt), John R. Murlin (University of Rochester), Archie S. Woods (Markel Foundation), Edwin Mims (Vanderbilt), Stuart Mudd (University of Pennsylvania), Frank B. Mallory (American Journal of Pathology), W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins), William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina)

Other Materials: Memorandum about "The History of medicine" at Vanderbilt.

4 7

Correspondence 1940 (P-R)

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Correspondence with (among others): R.R. Parker (U.S. Public Health Service), Frederick Parker (Mallory Institute of Pathology), Charles S. Armstrong (National Institute of Health), Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Oliver C. Carmichael (about Patent policy), Peyton Rous (Rockefeller Institute), John D. Rockefeller (Rockefeller Center), R. Harrison Rigdon (Southern Medical Association), C.S. Robinson, E.E. Reinke (Vanderbilt), Francis M. Rackemann (Boston)

Other Materials: Quarterly Report - Tennessee Mental Health Project; Publications of the Department of Pathology aided by the Fluid Research Fund, 1932-38, 1939; List of Reprints of the Department of Pathology, 1939.

4 8

Correspondence 1940 (S-Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Frank H. Swett (Duke University), Wilbur A. Sawyer (Rockefeller Foundation), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Geddes Smith (Commonwealth Fund), Carl TenBroeck (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), T.H. Tomlinson (National Institute of Health), Donald D. Van Slyke (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Frederick Woodward (University of Chicago), Carl V. Weller (American Journal of Pathology), S. Burt Wolbach (Harvard), Olin West (AMA), George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: Discussion of Postgraduate Instruction at Vanderbilt.

4 9

Correspondence 1941 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Jack Adams (Camp Claiborne, La.), (Material from the AMA), Francis G. Blake (War Department), George Packer Berry (University of Rochester), Alfred Blalock (Johns Hopkins), C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Frederick B. Bang (University of California), Barney Brooks, John C. Burch (Vanderbilt).

4 10

Correspondence 1941 (C)

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Correspondence with (among others): Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), Oliver C. Carmichael, Horton Casparis, Sam L. Clark (Vanderbilt), Paul R. Cannon (University of Chicago), Edmund V. Cowdry (Washington University), \"Upland\" (Cumberland Mountain Hospital in Tennessee).

4 11

Correspondence 1941 (D-G)

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Correspondence with (among others): Katharine Dodd (Vanderbilt), William Dock (Cornell), James R. Dawson (Mallory Institute of Pathology), M.Y. Dabney, Thomas Francis (University of Michigan), John A. Ferrell (Rockefeller Foundation), Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University), Stuart Graves (Southern Medical Association), Frederick A. Gibbs (Harvard).

4 12

Correspondence 1941 (H-K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Ludvig Hektoen (AMA), Worth Hale, A. Baird Hastings (Harvard), Tinsley R. Harrison (Vanderbilt), Howard A. Howe (Johns Hopkins), Russell L. Holman (University of North Carolina), Howard T. Karsner (American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists), Rudolph H. Kampmeier (Vanderbilt), Edward B. Krumbharr (University of Pennsylvania), Ann G. Kuttner

Other Materials: Material of the Committee on Scientific Research of the AMA.

4 13

Correspondence 1941 (L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Waller S. Leathers, Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt), E.M. Landis (University of Virginia), Warfield T. Longcope (Lee, Mass.), C.P. Loranz, Kenneth M. Lynch (Southern Medical Association), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), Leo Loeb (Washington University), Balduin Lucke (University of Pennsylvania)

Other Materials: Material from the Vanderbilt Medical Library.

4 14

Correspondence 1941 (M-Mc)

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Correspondence with (among others): H. Muench (Rockefeller Foundation), Robert A. Moore (Washington University), Hugh J. Morgan (Vanderbilt), Alan R. Moritz (Harvard), A. Graeme Mitchell (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), Merrill Moore (Boston), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon), Walter J. Meek (University of Wisconsin), George S. Mahon, W.G. MacCallum (Johns Hopkins)

Other Materials: Abstract of an address by Dr. Goodpasture: "Intracellular Parasitism in Human Infectious Diseases."

4 15

Correspondence 1941 (N-P)

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Correspondence with (among others): [Material about the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and material about the National Acad. of Sciences], Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Peter J.A. Cusack (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis), [Lists of members and committees of the National Academy of Sciences], Eugene L. Opie (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Basil O'Connor (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis), Edwards A. Park (Johns Hopkins), Frederick Parker (Mallory Institute of Pathology), John Pomfret (Vanderbilt)

Other Materials: List of the nominees for membership in the Association of American Physicians.

4 16

Correspondence 1941 (R-Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Wilbur A.Sawyer (Rockefeller Foundation), Peyton Rous, Thomas M. Rivers (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Francis M. Rackemann (Boston), C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), R. Harrison Rigdon (University of Tennessee), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), Jerome T. Syverton (University of Rochester), Malsom H. Soule (University of Michigan), Edwin W. Schultz (Stanford University), Kurt G. Stern (Yale), W.M. Stanley (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Edna H. Tompkins (Vanderbilt), E.E. Tyzzer (Harvard), Carl TenBroeck, Donald D. Van Slyke (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research)

4 17

Correspondence 1942 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Jack Adams (Camp Claiborne, La.), C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Eugene L. Bishop (Tennessee Valley Authority), Alfred Blalock, Isaiah Bowman (Johns Hopkins), [Letters about Dr. Goodpasture not accepting the offered position at Johns Hopkins: Lowell J. Reed, Edwards A. Park, Allan M. Chesney, Kenneth F. Maxcy, Warfield T. Longcope], Frederick B. Bang (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Francis G. Blake (National Research Council), John Buddingh (Camp Claiborne, La.), John C. Burch (Burch Clinic).

5 1

Correspondence 1942 (C-F)

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Correspondence with (among others): Oliver C. Carmichael, Sam L. Clark (Vanderbilt), Alan M. Chesney (Johns Hopkins), William Dock (Cornell), R.E. Dyer (National Institute of Health), Charles A. Evans (University of Rochester), Thomas Francis (University of Michigan), John A. Ferrell (Rockefeller Foundation).

5 2

Correspondence 1942 (G-I)

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Correspondence with (among others): Don W. Gudakunst (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis), Ludvig Hektoen (Chicago), Russell L. Holman (University of North Carolina), Justina H. Hill (Johns Hopkins), Tinsley R. Harrison (Bowman Gray School of Medical), Roscoe R. Hyde (Johns Hopkins), Samuel R. Haythorn (Singer memorial Research lab.)

Other Materials: Applications for research grants of the AMA; Monthly Reports of Vanderbilt Hospital

5 3

Correspondence 1942 (J-K)

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Correspondence with (among others): [Mainly material about jaundice in the army: reports of individual cases], Balduin Lucke (War Department), Jack Adams (Camp Claiborne, La.), Edward B. Krumbhaar (University of Pennsylvania), Ralph E. Knutti (Genesee Hospital Rochester, NY), Morton Klein (University of Pennsylvania), Howard T. Karsner (American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists)

5 4

Correspondence 1942 (L-M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Waller S. Leathers, Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt), Perrin H. Long (Johns Hopkins), Balduin Lucke (War Department), Warfield T. Longcope (Johns Hopkins), C.C. Little (American Society for the Control of Cancer), H. Muench (Rockefeller Foundation), Robert A. Moore (Washington University), J.E. Moore (National Research Council), Karl H. Martzloff (Portland, Oregon), Kenneth F. Maxcy (Johns Hopkins), Hugh J. Morgan, William deB. MacNider (University of North Carolina)

Other Materials: Budget of Department of Pathology; Nes bulletin of American Medical Colleges; Minutes of the Library Committee Meeting; List of publication of the Department of Path. 1941; Tribute of Horton R. Casparis by Sam L. Clark.

5 5

Correspondence 1942 (N-Q)

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Correspondence with (among others): [Letters about autopsies in the Navy and about the National Research Council] E.H. Cushing, Lewis H. Weed (National Research Council), Milton C. Winternitz (Yale), Howard T. Karsner (Western Reserve), Eunice Thomas Miner (New York Academy Of Sciences), Don W. Gudakunst (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis), Francis G. Blake (War Department), John R. Paul (Yale), Eugene L. Opie (Cornell), W.A. Demonbreun (Nashville General Hospital), R.R. Parker (National Institute of Health), Frederick Parker (Mallory Institute of Pathology.)

Other Materials: Invitation to the lectures on Poliomyelitis at Vanderbilt; Brochure, and an application for, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (Filled out by Dr. Goodpasture); Minutes of a meeting of the Council of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists

5 6

Correspondence 1942 (R-V)

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Correspondence with (among others): C.S. Robinson (Vanderbilt), R. Harrison Rigdon (University of Tennessee), Lewis H. Weed (National Research Council), Alfred N. Richards (University of Pennsylvania), Peyton Rous (National Academy of Sciences), A. Watson Sellards (Harvard), J.C. Snyder (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Wilbur A. Sawyer (Rockefeller Foundation), Alfred Blalock (Johns Hopkins), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Albert B. Sabin (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), Frederick B. Bang (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), Jerome T. Syverton (University of Rochester), Norman H. Topping (National Institute of Health), Donald D. Van Slyke (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research)

5 7

Correspondence 1942 (W-Y)

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Correspondence with (among others): George H. Whipple (University of Rochester), Francis G. Blake, James C. Magee, Stanhope Bayne-Jones (War Department) [Material from the Board for the Investigations and Control of Influenza in the Army], Vannevar Bush (OSRD), A.A. Weech (Children's Hospital Research Foundation), John B. Youmans (Vanderbilt)

Other material from the Committee on Medical Research.

5 8

Correspondence 1943 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Paul D. Lamson (Vanderbilt), [Correspondence about the American Philosophical Society], Alfred Blalock (Johns Hopkins), Eugene L. Bishop (Tennessee Valley Authority), C. Sidney Burwell (Harvard), Lucius E. Burch (Vanderbilt), Percival Bailey (University of Illinois), Francis G. Blake (National Research. Council), George Packer Berry (University of Rochester).

5 9

Correspondence 1943 (C-F)

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Correspondence with (among others): Amos Christie, Sam L. Clark, Oliver C. Carmichael (Vanderbilt), W. Mansfield Clark (ABC Comm., National Academy of Sciences), Frank B. Jewett (National Academy of Sciences), William Dock (Cornell), Charles A. Evans (University of Minnesota), Lester J. Evans (Commonwealth Fund), E.B. Fred (National Academy of Sciences), Wiley D. Forbus (Duke University)

Other Materials: Program for a meeting of the Association of American Medical College / Distribution Chart Pre-Medical and pre-dental Students Navy V-12 program

5 10

Correspondence 1943 (G-K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Don W. Gudakunst (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis), Alan Gregg (Rockefeller Foundation), Russell L. Holman (University of North Carolina), Guy S. Hayes (Johns Hopkins), Roger M. Herriott (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research), [letters concerning Dr. Goodpasture's decision to stay at Vanderbilt: Warfield T. Longcope, Alan M. Chesney, Alfred Blalock (Johns Hopkins)], Howard T. Karsner (American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists), Ralph E. Knutti (Children's Hospital Society), [Material for the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists), E.B. Drumbharr (University of Pennsylvania)

Other Materials: Monthly Reports (In patient service).

5 11

Correspondence 1943 (L-M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Waller S. Leathers (Vanderbilt), C.P. Loranz (Southern Medical Association), Alfred Blalock, Warfield T. Longcope, E.K. Marshall (Johns Hopkins), C.C. Little (Jackson Memorial Lab.), H. Muench (Rockefeller Foundation), Robert A. Moore ( Washington University), George S. Mahon (Pine Bluff Arsenal), W.C. Davison, James C. Magee (National Research Council)

Other Materials: Memorandum concerning a study of the Medical School and Hospital of Vanderbilt; Budget Pathology Department (Markle Foundation Grant); Minutes Library Committee Meeting.

5 12

Correspondence 1943 (N-R)

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Correspondence with (among others): Kilgore, Harley M.; Loranz, C.P.; O'Conner, Basil; Otto, G.F.; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Park, Edwards A.; Rigdon, R. Harrison; Sabin, Albert B.; Scoville, Addison B.; Spencer, Richard; Youmans, John B.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: brochure from the National Foundation For Infantile Paralysis; material from the school of nursing at Vanderbilt; U.S. Senate Bill S.702 about the establishment of an office of scientific and technical mobilization

5 13

Correspondence 1943 (T-Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Taylor, Edith M.; Youmans, John B.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: material of the committee on medical research of the office of scientific research and development (OSRD); material of the board for the investigation and control of influenza in the Army

5 14

Correspondence 1944 (A-C)

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Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Andrus, E. Cowles; Atwater, Reginald M.; Bayne-Jones, Stanhope; Bishop, Eugene L.; Blake, Francis G.; Burwell, C. Sidney; Carmichael, Oliver C.; Clark, W. Mansfield; Shapiro, Alvin P.

Other Materials: Memorandum: research council of Vanderbilt University; report on activities of the board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza in the Army; Newspaper clipping about Dr. Goodpasture's research; remarks of Dr. Goodpasture upon accepting the Kober Medal and his remarks upon the the acceptance of the Sedgwick Medal

5 15

Correspondence 1944 (D-J)

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Correspondence with (among others): Drinker, Cecil K.; Enders, John F.; Evans, Charles A.; Evans, Lester J.; Gregg, Alan; Hastings, A. Baird; Holman, Russell L.; Holt, L. Emmett Jr.; Jewett, Frank B.; Rous, Peyton

Other Materials: monthly reports of the Hospital

5 16

Correspondence 1944 (K-M)

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Correspondence with (among others): Gregg, Alan; Harris, Paul N.; Kampmeier, Rudolph H.; Karsner, Howard T.; Knutti, Ralph E.; Lamson, Paul D.; Leathers, Waller S.; Light, Rudolph A.; Lillie, Ralph D.; Little, C.C.; Longcope, Warfield T.; Moore, Merrill; Morgan, Hugh J.; Robinson, C.S.

Other Materials: Paper by Merrill Moore; library meeting minutes

5 17

Correspondence 1944 (N-T)

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Correspondence with (among others): Opie, Eugene L.; Pilcher, Cobb; Rigdon, R. Harrison; Smimmons,Brig Gen. James S. Tompkins, Edna H.; Trobaugh, Frank E.; Wilson, Edwin B.; Wolf, Lulu K.

Other Materials: material of the school of nursing; reports of the committee On Medical Research of the OSRD

5 18

Correspondence 1944 (U-Y)

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Correspondence with (among others): Weech, A.A.; Weller, Carl V.; West, Olin; Whipple, George H.; Wollenman, O.J.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: minutes of a meeting of the board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza in the U.S. Army; reports of the committee on Medical Research of the OSRD / List of consultants to the secretary of war

5 19

Correspondence 1945 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Avery, Oswald T.; Balfour, Donald C.; Bayne-Jones, Stanhope; Berry, George Parker; Bishop, Eugene L.; Blake, Francis G.; Blalock, Alfred; Buddingh, John; Burch, Lucius E.; Burwell, C. Sidney; Carmichael, Oliver C.

Other Materials: minutes of the annual meeting of Council of the American Society of Pathologists And Bacteriologists; minutes of a meeting of the board for the investigation and Control of Influenza in the U.S. Army

6 1

Correspondence 1945 (C-F)

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Correspondence with (among others): Carmichael, Oliver C.; Christie, Amos; Clark, Sam L..; Cunningham, Eileen R.; Dieckmann, William J.; Dock, William; Evans, Lester J.; Fite, George L.; Smith, Hugh H.

Other Materials: open letter by Alfred E Cohn about the Magnuson/Kilgore controversy in the U.S. Senate

6 2

Correspondence 1945 (G-K)

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Correspondence with (among others): Graves, Stuart; Gregg, Alan; Holman, Russell L.; Kampmeier, Rudolph H.; Karsner, Howard T.; King, C.E.; Knutti, Ralph E.; Morgan, Hugh J.

6 3

Correspondence 1945 (L-N)

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Correspondence with (among others): Douglas, Beverly; Lamson, Paul D.; Leathers, Waller S.; Longcope, Warfield T.; Loranz, C.P.; MacNider, William deB.; Mahon, George S.; Means, James Howard; Menkin, Valy; Minot, Ann S.; Morisen, Robert S.; Moritz, Alan R.; Spies, Tom D.

6 4

Correspondence 1945 (O-S)

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Correspondence with (among others): Avery, Oswald T.; Morison, Robert S.; Parran, Thomas; Reyer, George W.; Rhoads, C.P.; Rich, Arnold R.; Rivers, Thomas M.; Sawyer, Wilbur A.; Scoville, Addison B.; Smith, Homer W.; Smith, Hugh H.; Stanley, W.M.

Other Materials: budget of Department of Pathology

6 5

Correspondence 1945 (T-Z)

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Correspondence with (among others): Tompkins, Edna H.; Tyzzer, E.E.; Weech, A.A.; West, Olin; Wilkes, Susan H.; Wollenman, O.J.; Wright, George G.; Youmans, John B.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: paper-"Cost of Nurse Education at Vanderbilt" ; agenda of a meeting of the executive committee

6 6

Correspondence 1946 (A-B)

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Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Bayne-Jones, Stanhope; Bennett, Granville A.; Blake, Francis G.; Blalock, Alfred; Brooks, Mary Jane; Burch, John C.; Van den Berghe, Louis

Other Materials: material from the American Society of Pathologists And Bacteriologists; news bulletin of the Association Of American Medical College

6 7

Correspondence 1946 (C)

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Correspondence with (among others): Bayne-Jones, Stanhope; Cannon, Paul R.; Carmichael, Oliver C.; Christie, Amos; Clark, Sam L.; Conant, James B.; Cowdry, Edmund V.; Fred, E.B.; Hinsey, Joseph C.; Luton, Frank H.; Weed, Lewis H.

Other Materials: newspaper clipping about Dr. Goodpasture and his research / material about the American Cancer Society

6 8

Correspondence 1946 (D-H)

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Correspondence with (among others): Darby, William J.; Davidson, Philip; Davis, Macklin P.; Douglas, Beverly; Forbus, Wiley D.; Francis, Herbert C.; Gibbs, John S.; Gregg, Alan; Holman, Russell L.; Lamson, Paul D.; Light, Mrs. Rudolph

Other Materials: newspaper clipping about Dr. Goodpasture winning an award; telegram to the senate about Oak Ridge; statements of cash income from patients at Vanderbilt; rates at V.U. Hospital

6 9

Correspondence 1946 (J-L)

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Correspondence with (among others): Cunningham, Eileen R.; Kampmeier, Rudolph H.; Karsner, Howard T.; Lamson, Paul D.; Larsen, Ralph M.; Long, Esmond R.; Loranz, C.P.; Lynch, Kenneth M.

Other Materials: written speech about Dr. Waller S. Leathers (by Dr. Goodpasture ?); the Johns Hopkins program - an interpretation

6 10

Correspondence 1946 (M-Mc)

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Correspondence with (among others): Mackenzie, Norman; MacNider, William deB.; Madsen, Thorvald; Mahon, George S.; Maitland, H.B.; Marshall, E.K.; McClure, C.C.; Millikan, Glenn; Minot, George R.; Moore, Robert A.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Muench, H.

Other Materials: memorandum about cooperation between Vanderbilt and the Clinton Lab

6 11

Correspondence 1946 (N-P)

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Correspondence with (among others): Carmichael, Oliver C.; Cohn, Edwin J.; Davidson, Philip; Gill, Robert S.; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Parran, Thomas; Passano, Edward B.; Pilcher, Cobb; Taft, Robert A.

Other Materials: List of the staff of Nashville General Hospital

6 12

Correspondence 1946 (R)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Gregg, Alan; Morisen, Robert S.; Reyer, George W.; Rigdon, R. Harrison; Rivers, Thomas M.; Robinson, C.S.; Smith, Hugh H.; Strode, George K.; Weaver, Warren

6 13

Correspondence 1946 (S)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Blalock, Alfred; Long, Perrin H.; Loranz, C.P.; Sabin, Albert B.; Sarratt, Madison; Shapiro, John L.; Shapley, Harlow; Shoup, Charles S.; Spies, Tom D.; Stahlman, Mildred; Stanley, W.M.

Other Materials: newspaper clipping: "Should scientists be in politics?"; Vanderbilt education plan for preMedical students entering Medical School as Seniors in abstentia ?; material about the Association Of American Medical Colleges

6 14

Correspondence 1946 (T-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Turner, Edward L.; Van Riper, Hart E.; Weed, Lewis H.; Whipple, George H.; Williams, Robert H.; Winslow, C.E.A.; Wollenman, O.J.; Womack, Frank C.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: brochures about veterans' education at Vanderbilt; Vanderbilt retirement and annuity program

6 15

Correspondence 1947 (A-B)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Ben-David, M.; Branscomb, Harvie; Brooks, Barney; Buddingh, John; Burwell, C. Sidney; Butler, Allan M.; Scamman, Clarence L.

Other Materials: newspaper clipping about the new Atomic Energy Commission

6 16

Correspondence 1947 (C)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Cannon, Paul R.; Chadwell, H. Marshall; Chesney, Alan M.; Christie, Amos; Churcill, Edward D.; Clark, Sam L.; Cunningham, Eileen R.

Other Materials: material about the American Cancer Society

6 17

Correspondence 1947 (D-F)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Davidson, Philip; Demonbreun, W.A.; Evans, Charles A.; Flexner, Abraham; Forbus, Wiley D.; Friend, Dale G.; Mellanby, Sir Edward

6 18

Correspondence 1947 (G-H)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Burch, John C.; Davidson, Philip; Gill, Robert S.; Gregg, Alan; Harrison, Tinsley R.; Heffron, Roderick; Hinsey, Joseph C.; Holman, Russell L.; Kampmeier, Rudolph H.; Morgan, Hugh J.

6 19

Material about Vanderbilt Hospital and the School of Nursing

Scope and Contents note

Material about Vanderbilt Hospital and the School of Nursing

Other Materials: A written speech by Dr. Goodpasture read before the Exchange club (October 1947) in Nashville: "Medical Needs and Hospitalization"

6 20

Correspondence 1947 (I-L)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Karsner, Howard T.; Kefauver, Estes; Kline, Howard M.; Larimore, Granville W.; Long, Perrin H.; Lynch, Kenneth M.

Other Materials: minutes of the medical library committee meeting

7 1

Correspondence 1947 (Mc-N)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): MacNider, William deB.; Mahon, George S.; Maxcy, Kenneth F.; Mellanby, Sir Edward; Melnick, Joseph; Miller, C. Phillip; Moore, Robert A.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Russell, John M.

7 2

Correspondence 1947 (N)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Baehr, George; Christie, Amos; Jewett, Frank B.; Larsen, Ralph M.; Richards, Alfred N.; Zeigler, Frances H.

7 3

Correspondence 1947 (O)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and material about the office of Scientific Research and Development

Other materials about the American Association of Pathologists And Bacteriologists

7 4

Correspondence 1947 (P)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Branscomb, Harvie; Christie, Amos; Gill, Robert S.; Palmer, Archie; Pilcher, Cobb; Taylor, R.M.; Van Riper, Hart E.

Other Materials: In Memorium Simon Flexner (1863-1946); manuscript of an address by Dr. Goodpasture ("Research and Medical Practice")

7 5

Correspondence 1947 (R-S)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Payne, George C.; Rake, Geoffrey; Regen, Eugene M.; Rivers, Thomas M.; Smith, Homer W.; Stokes, Joseph; Strode, George K.

7 6

Correspondence 1947 (T-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Taylor, R.M.; Topping, Norman H.; Vesely, Joseph; Warren, Shields; Weaver, Warren; Weed, Lewis H.; Whipple, George H.; Wilkes, Susan H.; Wolbach, S. Burt; Youmans, John B.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: agenda of meetings of the executive committee Vanderbilt; material about the School of Nursing, Vanderbilt; manuscript of a radio talk by Dr. Goodpasture: "Agents of Infectious Disease"

7 7

Correspondence 1948 (A-B)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Bishop, Eugene L.; Buddingh, John; Burwell, C. Sidney; Morgan, Hugh J.; Van Riper, Hart E.

Other Materials: list of the nominees for membership in the Association Of American Physicians

7 8

Correspondence 1948 (C-E)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Carmichael, Oliver C.; Clark, Sam L.; Crawford, Meredith P.; Darby, William J.; Dawson, James R.; Diamond, Louis K.; Evans, Charles A.; Ewing, Oscar R.

7 9

Correspondence 1948 (F-H)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Branscomb, Harvie; Gill, Robert S.; Gregg, Alan; Harvey, Samuel C.; Hastings, A. Baird; Higinbotham, W.A.; Holmes, F.O.; Morgan, Hugh J.

Other Materials: newspaper clippings about deficits in voluntary hospitals

7 10

Correspondence 1948 (I-M)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Clawson, M. Don; Karsner, Howard T.; Kefauver, Estes; Long, Esmond R.; MacNider, William deB.; McMahon, Brien; Moore, Robert A.

Other Materials: material about the Scientists' Committee on Loyalty problems

7 11

Correspondence 1948 (N-R)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Gill, Robert S.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Oliver, Wade; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Parran, Thomas; Pinkston, James O.; Rasmussen, A.F.; Robinson, G. Canby

7 12

Correspondence 1948 (S-W)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Straus, William L.; Weech, A.A.; Weed, Lewis H.; Wilson, Owen H.; Zeigler, Frances H.

Other Materials: material about the School of Nursing, Vanderbilt

7 13

Correspondence 1949 (A-C)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Branscomb, Harvie; Buddingh, John; Burwell, C. Sidney; Chesney, Alan M.; Davidson, Philip

Other Materials: general plan for the future of the medical school of Vanderbilt, by Dr. Goodpasture

7 14

Correspondence 1949 (D-K)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Dawson, James R.; Evans, Lester J.; Freeman, Smith; Gregg, Alan; Harvey, Samuel C.; Hastings, A. Baird; K'Rozario, A.M.

7 15

Correspondence 1949 (L-P)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Cannon, Paul R.; Gill, Robert S.; Lamson, Paul D.; Lentz, John J.; Mallory, Tracy B.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Priest, J. Percy; Russell, John M.; Smith, Homer W.

7 16

Correspondence 1949 (R-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Compton, Arthur H.; Moore, Robert A.; Randall, Charles C.; Simmons, James Stevens; Weech, A.A.; Weed, Lewis H.; Whipple, George H.

7 17

Correspondence 1950 (A-C)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Bang, Frederick B.; Branscomb, Harvie; Buddingh, John; Chase, William C.; Chesney, Alan M.; Moritz, Alan R.

7 18

Correspondence 1950 (D-G)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Clark, Henry T.; Clark, Sam L.; Dabney, M.Y.; Darby, William J.; Davidson, Philip; Douglas, Beverly; Foot, Chandler; Forbus, Wiley D.

Other Materials: budgets of the Department of pathology

7 19

Correspondence 1950 (H-K)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Kampmeier, Rudolph H.; Karsner, Howard T.; Kefauver, Estes

7 20

Correspondence 1950 (L)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Blalock, Alfred; Crowe, Sam; Dieuaide, Francis R.; Lamson, Paul D.; Long, Esmond R.; Otenasek, Frank; Russell, John M.

Other Materials: minutes of annual meeting of the Life Insurance Medical Research Fund

7 21

Correspondence 1950 (M-N)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Elliott, Carl; Hassett, William D.; Mahon, George S.; McSwain, Barton; McVickar, David L.; Moore, Merrill; Moritz, Alan R.

7 22

Correspondence 1950 (P-T)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Darby, William J.; Gill, Robert S.; Haller, J. Alex; Kefauver, Estes; Priest, J. Percy; Rackemann, Francis M.; Randall, Charles C.; Tompkins, Edna H.; Touster, Oscar; Van Riper, Hart E.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: budgets of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt

7 23

Correspondence 1950 (V-Y)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Belkap, Charles; Bronk, Detlev W.; Compton, Arthur H.; Moore, Robert A.; Randall, Charles C.; Weller, Carl V.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: a list of "War assets on hand"; handwritten paper by Dr. Goodpasture "Some Aspects of Twentieth Century Research on Infectious Diseases"

7 24

Correspondence 1951 (A-C)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Beaudette, F.R.; Blalock, Alfred; Branscomb, Harvie; Buddingh, John; Burch, John C.; Burnet, F.M.; Burnet, Sir MacFarlane; Cowdry, Edmund V.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Moritz, Alan R.

8 1

Correspondence 1951 (D-M)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Dabney, M.Y.; Darby, William J.; Duran-Reynals, F.; Eisenbud, Merril; Evans, Charles A.; Forbus, Wiley D.; Fukui, George S.; Hereford, Julia; Holman, Russell L.; Kefauver, Estes; Lentz, John J.; Martzloff, Karl H.; McVickar, David L.; Moore, Robert A.; Morgan, Hugh J.

Other Materials: budgets of the Department of pathology, Vanderbilt

8 2

Correspondence 1951 (N-U)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Buddingh, John; Gill, Robert S.; Randall, Charles C.; Rivers, Thomas M.; Van Riper, Hart E.

Other Materials: budgets of the Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt; survey of Medical education filled out by Dr. Goodpasture

8 3

Correspondence 1951 (V-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Forbus, Wiley D. (Report about Vanderbilt Hospital); Wells, Warner; Winternitz, Milton C.; Youmans, John B.

8 4

Correspondence 1952 (A-D)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Adams, Jack; Allen, Ernst M.; Branscomb, Harvie; Burnet, Sir MacFarlane; Burwell, C. Sidney; Chesney, Alan M.; Darby, William J.; Dean, Gordon; Moritz, Alan R.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: material about the American Association Of Pathologists And Bacteriologists; "Why I think Dr. Goodpasture is a good citizen" by a nephew of Dr. Goodpasture

8 5

Correspondence 1952 (E-M)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Bronk, Detlev W.; Evans, Frank A.; Evans, Lester J.; Feldman, William H.; Gregg, Alan; Holman, Russell L..; Martzloff, Karl H.; Moritz, Alan R.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: written speech by Dr. Goodpasture upon the retirement of Paul D. Lamson

8 6

Correspondence 1952 (N-P)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Armstrong, R.C.; Gill, Robert S.; Long, Esmond R.; Marshall, C.L.; Pollard, William G.

8 7

Correspondence 1952 (R-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Chesney, Alan M.; Meneely, George R.; Moritz, Alan R.; Robinson, Virgil B.; Sanger, W.T.; Warren, Shields; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: budgets of the Department of Pathology; Summary of gifts, grants and bequests to Vanderbilt University

8 8

Correspondence 1953 (A-R)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Beaudette, F.R.; Branscomb, Harvie; Buddingh, John; Burwell, C. Sidney; Chesney, Alan M.; Dawson, James R.; Dean, Gordon; Feldman, William H.; Holman, Russell L.; Kefauver, Estes; Little, Joseph A.; Moore, Robert A.; Morgan, Hugh J.; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: material about the National Academy of Sciences

8 9

Correspondence 1953 (S-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Sabin, Albert B. (report:Herpes group of viruses); Scott, H. William; Van Slyke, Donald D.; Ward, James W.; Warren, Shields; Whipple, George H.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: report by Albert B. Sabin about the Herpes group of Viruses

8 10

Correspondence 1954 (A-B)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Bradford, William L.; Branscomb, Harvie; Burwell, C. Sidney; Lazansky, Joseph P.; Martzloff, Karl H.

Other Materials: Reminiscences of Max Brodel (Brodel Memorial address, Association Of Medical Illustrators, Nashville, by Dr. Goodpasture)

8 11

Correspondence 1954 (C-F)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Chesney, Alan M.; Duran-Reynals, F.; Loucks, Harold H.; Youmans, John B.

8 12

Correspondence 1954 (G-J)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Hastings, A. Baird; Hertig, Arthur T.; Holman, Russell L.; Shope, Richard E.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: report about the second teaching Institute of the Association Of American Medical College; list of Flexner lectures; minutes of the meeting of the Hospital Committee

8 13

Correspondence 1954 (K-R)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Blinks, L.R.; Branscomb, Harvie; Kefauver, Estes; Loeb, Robert F.; Loucks, Harold H.; McClure, C.C.; Montgomery, Frances R.; Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.; Pollard, William G.; Waterman, Alan T.

Other materials about the medical library

8 14

Correspondence 1954 (S-Y)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Bircher, Louis J.; McSwain, Barton; Stanley, W.M.; Warren, Shields; Weller, Carl V.

8 15

Correspondence 1955 (A-R)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Berry, George Packer; Blalock, Alfred; Branscomb, Harvie; Buchanan, Robert N.; Cunningham, Eileen R. (report of the Medical Library); Drinker, Cecil K.; Gill, Robert S.; Karsner, Howard T.; Mahon, George S.; Youmans, John B.

Other Materials: report of the Medical Center Library by Eileen Cunningham; disaster relief plan of the VU Hospital - General Instructions

8 16

Correspondence 1955 (S-Z)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with (among others): Bold, Harold C.; Neel, James V.; Randall, Charles C.; Weller, Carl V.; Youmans, John B.

8 17

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Series 03: Correspondence - Alphabetical by Correspondent  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent, and chronologically within the folder. It represents individuals with whom he had a greater volume of correspondence.

Box Folder

Adams, Jack

09a 1

Avery, Oswald T.

09a 2

Bang, Frederick B.

09a 3

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope

09a 4

Berry, George Packer

09a 5

Bishop, Eugene L.

09a 6

Blake, Francis G.

09a 7

Blalock, Alfred

09a 8

Brannan, Dorsey

09a 9

Branscomb, Harvie

09a 10

Brooks, Barney

09a 11

Buddingh, John

09a 12

Burch, John C.

09a 13

Burch, Lucius E.

09a 14

Burwell, C. Sidney

09a 15

Cannon, Paul R.

09a 16

Carmichael, Oliver C.

09a 17

Chesney, Alan M.

09a 18

Christie, Amos

09a 19

Cunningham, Eileen R.

09b 003a

Cushing, Harvey

Scope and Contents note

Postcard from Harvey Cushing to Dean Goodpasture congratulating him on his "epochal" research in the field of pathology

09b 003b

Clark, Sam L.

09b 1

Cowdry, Edmund V.

09b 2

D'Aunoy, Rigney

09b 4

Dabney, M.Y.

09b 5

Darby, William J.

09b 6

Davidson, Philip

09b 7

Dawson, James R.

09b 8

Demonbreun, W.A.

09b 9

Dock, William

09b 10

Douglas, Beverly

09b 11

Evans, Charles A.

09b 12

Evans, Frank A.

09b 13

Evans, Lester J.

09b 14

Flexner, Abraham

09b 15

Flexner, Simon

09b 16

Forbus, Wiley D.

09b 17

Gay, Frederick P.

09b 18

Gill, Robert S.

09b 19

Graves, Stuart

09b 20

Gregg, Alan

09b 21

Haam, Emmerich Von

09b 22

Harris, Paul N.

09b 23

Harrison, Tinsley R.

09b 24

Hastings, A. Baird

09b 25

Hektoen, Ludvig

09c 1

Holman, Russell L.

09c 2

Howell, William H.

09c 3

Huber, G. Carl

09c 4

Jamieson, W.A.

09c 5

Kampmeier, Rudolph H.

09c 6

Karsner, Howard T.

09c 7

Kefauver, Estes

09c 8

Kirkland, James H.

09c 9

Knutti, Ralph E.

09c 10

Krumbhaar, Edward B.

09c 11

Kuttner, Ann G.

09c 12

Lamson, Paul D.

09c 13

Leathers, Waller S. 1925-45

9 1

Lillie, Ralph D.

09e 1

Lippert, Karl M.

09e 2

Little, C.C.

09e 3

Long, Esmond R.

09e 4

Longcope, Warfield T.

09e 5

Loranz, C.P.

09e 6

Lucke, Balduin

09e 7

Lynch, Kenneth M.

09e 8

MacCallum, W.G.

09e 9

MacNider, William deB.

09e 10

Mahon, George S.

09e 11

Mallory, Frank B.

09e 12

Martzloff, Karl H.

09e 13

McKinley, Earl B.

09e 14

Means, James Howard

09e 15

Meleney, Henry E.

09e 16

Moore, Merrill

9 1

Moore, Robert A.

9 2

Morgan, Hugh J.

9 3

Moritz, Alan R.

9 4

Muench, H.

9 5

Neal, M. Pinson

9 6

Opie, Eugene L.

9 7

Paine, Thomas Fite Jr.

9 8

Park, Edwards A.

9 9

Parker, Frederick

9 10

Rackemann, Francis M.

9 11

Randall, Charles C.

9 12

Rigdon, R. Harrison

9 13

Rivers, Thomas M.

9 14

Robinson, C.S.

9 15

Robinson, G. Canby

9 16

Rous, Peyton

9 17

Russell, Frederick F.

9 18

Sabin, Albert B.

9 19

Sawyer, Wilbur A.

Scope and Contents note

File contains undated sketch (ca 1948)by Dr. Goodpasture that was part of a calendar created for Dr. Sawyer at the time of his retirement.

9 20

Schmeisser, Harry C.

09g 1

Schramm, J.R.

09g 2

Schultz, Edwin W.

09g 3

Sellards, A. Watson

09g 4

Stanley, W.M.

09g 5

Swett, Frank H.

09g 6

TenBroeck, Carl

09g 7

Thatcher, Harvey S.

09g 8

Tompkins, Edna H.

09g 9

Van Riper, Hart E.

09g 10

Van Slyke, Donald D.

09g 11

Warren, Sheilds

09g 12

Weech, A.A.

09g 13

Weed, Lewis H.

09g 14

Weller, Carl V.

09g 15

West, Olin

09g 16

Whipple, George H.

09g 17

Wilkes, Susan H.

09g 18

Winternitz, Milton C.

09g 19

Wolbach, S. Burt

09g 20

Woodruff, C. Eugene

09g 21

Wright, Arthur W.

09g 22

Youmans, John B.

09g 23

Zeigler, Frances H.

09g 24

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Series 04: Correspondence  

Scope and Contents note

The correspondence contained in this series is largely professional, with a small grouping of family and personal business included. Arranged chronologically within the folder, this smaller grouping of correspondence represents items that were either separated from the earlier correspondence series described above, or were never incorporated into them. These items were part of the second grouping of materials donated by Sara Goodpasture Little in 2003.

Box Folder

Correspondence 1915-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters of appointment to Harvard Medical School as an Instructor in Pathology; correspondence pertaining to his military service, including letter of commission,orders, and request for release from active duty.

10 1

Correspondence 1921-1925

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence includes: letters of appointment from the University of the Philippines; Letters of introduction from R. T. Leiper of London, and Charles McLeach of Manilla; F. B. Mallory from Boston City Hospital; letter of appointment as director of Singer Memorial Laboratory in Pittsburgh; letter from David L. Edsall M.D. Dean of Harvard University Medical School acknowledging Dr. Goodpasture's resignation; Letter from Victor Heiser, Rockefeller Foundation International Health Board; Oscar Teague, Singer Memoral Research Laboratory; Letter from G. Canby Robinson dated April 17, 1925 outlining the Vanderbilt Medical School curriculum for the fall term; W. M. Devries Neurological Clinic, Universiteit Van Amsterdam; Dr. B. Brouwer, Pathological Anatomy Lab, Universiteit Van Amsterdam; Dr. Emelio Veratti, Pavia, Italy.

10 2

Correspondence 1930-1938

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Hans Zinsser, Harvard University Medical School; Thomas Rivers, Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute; Lucius Burch, Vanderbilt, and W. S. Quinland, Meharry Medical College.

10 3

Correspondence 1942-1947

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence includes: Letters of congratulation for appointment as Dean - including William F. Carpenter, Goodpasture and Carptenter Law Firm, and Frances H. Ziegler, Vanderbilt School of Nursing; Several letters and telegrams of congratulation and appreciation on Dr. Goodpasture's CBS radio presentation March 2, 1947. Correspondents include Herbert E. Smith, President, United States Rubber Company; G. Canby Robinson. Other correspondents: W. S. Quinland, Meharry Medical College.

10 4

Correspondence 1947-1949

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Alan Gregg, Rockefeller Foundation; Chancellor Harvie Branscomb regarding resignation from the deanship; and James Dawson, University of Minnesota

10 5

Correspondence 1950-1954

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Chancellor Harvie Branscomb,Vanderbilt University; James R. Dawson, University of Minnesota; Shields Warren, Cancer Institute; and Brig Gen. Elbert DeCoursey, Director AFIP regarding Dr. Goodpasture's appointment as Scientific Director; Dr. H. B. Steinbach, National Science Foundation; and Dr. George Wald, National Science Foundation

10 6

Correspondence 1955

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: John B. Youmans, Dean Vanderbilt School of Medicine with formal notice of Dr. Goodpasture's retirement to Emeritus status; Chancellor Harvie Branscomb, Vanderbilt University; Shields Warren, Cancer Institute; Brig Gen. Elbert DeCoursey, Director AFIP; Louise Davis, Tennessean newspaper regarding the story she wrote about Dr. Goodpasture; Letters of congratulations on appointment at the AFIP; Dr. Alan T. Waterman, National Science Foundation.

10 7

Correspondence 1956

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Dr. Robert D. Collins, Army Medical Research Laboratory, Fort Knox, KY; Dr. Harris D. Riley Jr., Vanderbilt; Sir MacFarlane Burnet; Charles C. Randall, Vanderbilt; Dr. Alan Chesney, Baltimore; Dr. Alan T. Waterman, National Science Foundation; and Dr. John L. Shapiro, Vanderbilt. Correspondence regarding election to the Vanderbilt Board of Trust including Chancellor Harvie Branscomb, Vanderbilt; Dr. Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt; Vernon Sharp; R. L. Garner and Dr. Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt.

10 8

Correspondence 1957

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Dr. Dorothy Horstmann, Yale University; Dr. R. Lee Clark, M. D. Anderson Hospital; Paul R. Cannon, Editor, AMA Archives of Pathology; Dr. L. Whittington Gorham, New York; Dr. Wiley D.Forbus, Duke Univeristy School of Medicine; Dr. John L. Shapiro, Vanderbilt; Dr. Edward A Gall regarding serving as acting editor in chief of the American Journal of Pathology; Dr. George H. Whipple; University of Rochester; Dr. Sam L. Clark, Vanderbilt; Dr. Alberto F. Thompson, National Science Foundation and Dr. C. N. H. Long, Yale University. Correspondence regarding Dr. Goodpasture's honorary Doctor of Laws Degree awarded by Tulane University, and being a participant in the Ivy Day Celebration there. Correspondents include: Rufus C. Harris, President, Tulane University; Dr. M. E. Laphman, Dean, Tulane School of Medicine

10 9

Correspondence 1958

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Sir McFarlane Burnet; Dr. William Hugh Headley, Indiana University Medical Center; Dr. Alan M. Chesney, Johns Hopkins; Captain William Silliphant, AFIP; Letters of congratulation on receiving the Gold Headed Cane; Dr. William J. Cromartie, University of North Carolina; Dr. Robert R. Gatling Lewis-Gale Hospital, Roanoke, VA; John C. Ransom, Kenyon College; Dr. Charles C. Randall, University of Mississippi Medical Center; Dr. George R. Meneely, Vanderbilt; Dr. Noble P. Sherwood, University of Kansas; Dr. John L. Shapiro, Vanderbilt; Esmond R. Long, University of Pennsylvania; Dr. Richard M. Nunnally, Tulane Medical School; Sidney Farber, Harvard; Dr. Victor Najjar, Vanderbilt; Dr. Harry C. Kelly, National Science Foundation; Brig Gen. Elbert DeCoursey, Ft. Sam Houston; Chancellor Harvie Branscomb, Vanderbilt; Dr. Homer W. Smith, New York University; Dr. Alice M Woodruff, Dr. Miley B. Wesson, San Francisco; Alec B. Stevenson, Nashville

10 10

Correspondence 1959-60

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Dr. Alan T. Waterman, National Science Foundation; Dr. Joel G. Brunson, University of Mississippi; Charles C. Randall, University of Mississippi;Chancellor J. D. Williams, University of Mississippi; Chancellor Harvie Branscomb,Vanderbilt University; Dr. Victor Turner, Newark, Ohio; Dr Christian Wingard, American Medical Association; correspondence regarding Dr. Goodpasture's preparing a biographical memoir of Dr. Leo Loeb; correspondence regarding resignation from the Vanderbilt Board of Trust including correspondence with Chancellor Harvie Branscomb and William H. Swiggart, Secretary of the Board of Trust.

10 11

Correspondence 1960-1988

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence of Katherine Anderson Goodpasture 1960-1988, Correspondents include: Dean John W. Patterson transmitting a memorial resolution in honor of Dr. Ernest Goodpasture passed by the Executive Faculty of the School of Medicine, December 15, 1960; Correspondence regarding fowl pox research from T. E. Musselman, Quincy, IL and J. E. Prier, University of Pennsylvania; Esmond R. Long University of Pennsylvania regarding preparation of his biographical memoir of Dr. Goodpasture; John B. Blake, National Library of Medicine regarding donating Dr. Goodpasture's papers to the NLM; Marice Wolfe, Vanderiblt University Archives regarding the deposit of Dr. Goodpasture's papers to Vanderbilt. Envelope Containing copy of letter dated May 13, 1943 from Oswald Avery to his brother Roy Avery regarding his consideration of moving to Nashville.

10 12

Personal Correspondence, 1908-1960

Scope and Contents note

Correspondents include: Admont H. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Goodpasture, Rufus G. Vaughan, Warren R. Sisson, Harry C Schmeisser, Watson Sellards, Prentice A. Pugh, Caroline (Gordon) Tate, Mrs. Waller S. Leathers, Arvid Wallgren, Harry K. Hardcastle, John R. Paul, G. Canby Robinson, Shields Warren, Pier L. Melaonette, Amos Christie, Paul Lawson. Folder includes a booklet of pictures taken at a farewell gathering for Dr. and Mrs. Goodpasture compiled by Dr. Amos Christie at the time of their departure for Washington in May 1955.

10 13

Tennessee Medical License 1936-1937

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence regarding obtaining a license to practice medicine in Tennessee.

10 14

Correspondence with O. H. Perry Pepper

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with O. H. Perry Pepper Chairman of the National Research Council Advisory Committee on Biologic Warfare, September 30, 1946 and reply October 16, 1946.

10 15

Tennessee State Library and Archives Commission 1951-1955

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence regarding the Tennessee State Library and Archives Commission 1951-1955 including a letter of appointment from Tennessee Governor Gordon Browning to serve on the committee , as well as a letter of invitation asking Dr. Goodpasture to attend the cornerstone and dedication exercises of the Tennessee State Library and Archives Building; letter from Governor Frank G. Clement acknowledging Dr. Goodpastures resignation from the commission; report by Vanderbilt Joint University Libraries Director A. F. Kuhlman entitled Cooperation Between the Tennessee State Library and Archives and College and University Libraries, and dated April 29, 1954.

10 16

Board of Trust Resolution 1960

Scope and Contents note

Letter of transmittal to Mrs. Joseph Little from Vanderbilt Chancellor Harvie Branscomb dated October 24, 1960 and containing a resolution recognizing Dr. Ernest Goodpasture.

10 17

Routine Business Correspondence 1956-1960

Scope and Contents note

Routine business correspondence 1956-1960, including letters of notice of Vanderbilt Board of Trust meetings, and letter of appreciation from J. D. Williams, Chancellor, University of Mississippi.

10 18

Alice and Gene Woodruff 1961-1963

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence to Katherine Goodpasture 1961-1963 from Alice and Gene Woodruff dated March 31, 1963.

10 19

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Series 05: Newspaper Clippings and Biographical Material  

Scope and Contents note

This series largely contains newspaper clippings and articles about Dr. Goodpasture. Some of the source material described was collected by Robert Collins while researching his biography of Dr. Goodpasture.

Box Folder

Source Material 1908-1919

Scope and Contents note

Published notice from the March 12, 1908 issue of the Baltimore Southern Methodist announcing the opening of the third term of the Allegheny Collegiate Institute, and written by E. W. Goodpasture; Boarding receipts from Saranac Lake and Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium April- June 1909; Notice of meeting Peter Bent Brigham Hospital January 23, 1917 in which Dr. Goodpasture was giving a paper entitled: The Senescent Changes in Tissues in Relation to the Development of Tumors; a Study of Malignant Disease in Dogs; Published form from Harvanrd University informng Dr. Goodpasture of his appointment as Pathologist to the Cancer Commission 1918-1919.

11A 1

Tax Returns and Receipts 1922-26

Scope and Contents note

Income Tax Returns 1922-23 and 1926; School Tax receipts 1923-24

11A 2

University of the Philippines 1921-22 Catalog

Scope and Contents note

Catalog and Announcements of the University of the Philippines 1921-22. (Title page missing).

11A 3

Goodpasture Book Company Catalog, ca. 1905

Scope and Contents note

Catalog from the Goodpasture Book Company 511 Church Street. Ca 1905

11A 4

Albert V. Goodpasture Typescript "Indian Wars..."

Scope and Contents note

Annotated Typescript entitled Indian Wars and Warriors of the Old Southwest by Albert V. Goodpasture. Undated Inscribed to by A.V. to his son, Dr. E.W. Goodpasture March 28, 1931.

11A 5

Yale University Honorary Degree

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper Clippings reporting Dr. Goodpasture receiving Honorary Master of Science degree from Yale University, June 11, 1939.

11A 6

Commencement Address Cippings 1943

Scope and Contents note

January February 1944 issue of the Vanderbilt Alumnus containing text of the Baccalaureate Address entitled the Spirit of Inquiry and delivered before the 1943 third commencement, as well as newspaper clippings and a program.

11A 7

Sedgwick Medal and other clippings 1944

Scope and Contents note

New York Times Clipping October 4 1944 announcing Goodpasture as Recipient of Sedgwick Medal, as well as the program from the American Health Association Second Wartime Public Health Conference where he received the medal; other undated clipping from approximately same time.

11A 8

Lifesaver by J.D. Ratcliff, 1945

Scope and Contents note

March 1945 Issue of Vanderbilt Alumnus containing article entitled Lifesaver by J.D. Ratcliff.

11A 9

Clippings on Deanship and Passano Award 1945-1946

Scope and Contents note

June 1945 issue of the Vanderbilt Alumnus Announcing Dr. Goodpastures appointment to Dean; May 26, 1946 issue of Time Magazine containing article on Dr. Goodpasture receiving the Passano Foundation Award (page 49).

11A 10

Clippings 1946-1947

Scope and Contents note

May 1946 issue of Current Medical Digest containing a photograph of Dr. Goodpasture; September 26, 1947 issue of Science: The Scientists News weekly announcing the appointment of Dr. Goodpasture among others to the Atomic Energy Commission Advisory Committee for Biology and Medicine

11A 11

Dr. Wendell M. Stanley At the Twilight Zone of Life 1947

Scope and Contents note

Published Text of At the Twilight Zone of Life talk presented by Dr. Wendell M. Stanley, March 16, 1947 on the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Radio Program in which he references Dr. Goodpasture.

11A 12

Branscomb Garden Party Clipping ca. 1946-47

Scope and Contents note

Undated newspaper clipping ca. 1946-47 of a garden party hosted by Chancellor and Mrs. Harvie Branscomb and attended by Dr. and Mrs. Goodpasture.

11A 13

Cobb Pilcher Tribute

Scope and Contents note

October-November 1949 issue of the Vanderbilt Alumnus containing a tribute to Cobb Pilcher prepared by Dr. Goodpasture.

11A 14

Washington University Honorary Degree 1950

Scope and Contents note

April 1950 issue of the Washington University Alumni Bulletin containing photographs of Dr. Goodpasture at the Medical School Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration in which he received an honorary degree.

11A 15

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 1955-56

Scope and Contents note

Clippings and articles announcing Dr. Goodpastures appointment to Scientific Director of the Department of Pathology and articles about the opening of the new Armed Forces Institute of Pathology building 1955-56.

11A 16

Portrait Announcement 1955

Scope and Contents note

Clipping from the Nashville Banner, Saturday, November 19, 1955, reporting that a portrait of Dr. Goodpasture was to be painted. This being announced at a dinner in honor of Dr. Goodpasture.

11A 17

Gold Headed Cane, 1958

Scope and Contents note

Washington Post clipping about Dr. Goodpasture receiving the Gold Headed Cane from the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, April 24, 1958.

11A 18

Americas Pasteur by Louise Davis 1955

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper clippings including a October 16, 1955, article from the Tennessean by Louise Davis entitled Americas Pasteur.

11A 19

Clippings 1957-58

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings ca 1957-1958 about Dr. Goodpasture, including an article about him receiving the Jessie Stevenson Kovalenko Medal April 28, 1958; and a typescript of a statement read by John R. Paul at the presentation of the Kovalenko Medal at the Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Sciences.

11A 20

Reappointment 1960

Scope and Contents note

Digest of the Minutes, Executive Committee meeting, Board of Trust, Vanderbilt University April 13, 1960 including the reappointment of Dr. Goodpasture to the Department of Pathology to conduct research and training

11B 21

Obituaries

Scope and Contents note

Various published obituaries of Dr. Ernest Goodpasture from September-October 1960.

11B 22

In memoriam

Scope and Contents note

In memoriam typescript, the author unknown author and undated. ca. 1960

11B 23

Death Notices 1960

Scope and Contents note

Various published death notices including from Science (Sept 30, 1960) and Time (Oct 3, 1960).

11B 24

Youmans Biographical Memoir, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Reprint of a biographical memoir by Dr. John B. Youmans published in Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, vol. lxxiv, p. 21, 1961. File includes a typescript dated April 26, 1961, and correspondence from Katherine A. Goodpasture to John Youmans Dated February 17, 1961.

11B 25

Biographical Memoir by Thomas Francis

Scope and Contents note

Reprint of a biographical memoir by Thomas Francis published in Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, 1964 p. 111-120.

11B 26

Biographical Memoir Esmond R. Long, 1965

Scope and Contents note

Reprint of a biographical memoir by Esmond R. Long published in National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoirs, Volume 38, 1965.

11B 27

Our Mythical Hall of Fame 1966

Scope and Contents note

Article from Tennessean Magazine Jan 9, 1966 entitled Our Mythical Hall of Fame which ranked Dr. Goodpasture 3rd among people who have contributed most to make the city what it is today.

11B 28

Chick Embryo Editorial

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from the Journal of Infectious Diseases Vol. 121 no. 6 June 1970. Editorial entitled The Chick Embryo for the Study of infection and Immunity.

11B 29

Dr. Goodpastures Trailblazing Didnt Win Deserved Prize

Scope and Contents note

Clipping of an article by Louise Davis entitled Dr. Goodpastures Trailblazing Didnt Win Deserved Prize Tennessean, October, 1973.

11B 30

Sir Macfarlane Burnet Tribute

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of article by Sir Macfarlane Burnet entitled The Influence of a Great Pathologist: A Tribute to Ernest Goodpasture. From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine Volume 16, Number 3, Spring 1973.

11B 31

Eponym: Goodpastures Syndrome

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of article entitled Eponym: Goodpastures Syndrome From: Southern Medical Journal , May 1975 Vol. 68 No. 5 p. 635.

11B 32

Articles which mention Dr. Goodpasture

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous articles from the 1980s which mention Dr. Goodpasture.

11B 33

As the Twig is Bent, By Dr. Robert Collins.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of a talk presented by Robert D. Collins to the Vanderbilt Department of Pathology May 29, 1981, entitled "Dr. Ernest William Goodpasture: As the Twig is Bent."

11B 34

Dr. Ernest William Goodpasture: A Memoir by Dr. Robert Collins

Scope and Contents note

Winter 1983 issue of Vanderbilt Medicine containing article by Dr. Robert Collins entitled: Dr. Ernest William Goodpasture: A Memoir.

11B 35

Conklin excerpt

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of section mentioning Dr. Goodpasture from the book Gone With the Ivy by Paul K. Conklin, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1981 pp. 278-281.

11B 36

VUMC Reporter Article, 1995

Scope and Contents note

September 15, 1995 issue of the VUMC Reporter containing an article entitled:Future Cost Savings One Result of Research. Article mentions Dr. Goodpastures development of a practical method for cultivating viruses.

11B 37

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings ca. 1937-56

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings many undated, most about Dr. Goodpasture, ca. 1937-56.

11B 38

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings ca. 1938-73

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings many undated, most about Dr. Goodpasture, ca. 1938-73.

11B 39

Johns Hopkins Source Materials

Scope and Contents note

Copies of materials contained at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine related to Dr. Goodpasture. Copied at the request of Dr. Robert Collins, and received by him March 20, 1981

11B 40

Singer Memorial Research Institute 1922-1924 Source Material

Scope and Contents note

Source material regarding Dr. Goodpastures tenure at the Singer Memorial Research Institute 1922-1924. Includes copies both typed and published reports. Compiled by Dr. Robert Collins.

11B 41

Dr. Goodpastures Dilemma

Scope and Contents note

Undated Typescript by Dr. Joseph Merrill entitled Dr. Goodpastures Dilemma.

11B 42

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Series 06: Typescripts and Manuscripts of Speeches and Papers  

Scope and Contents note

This sub-series contains drafts of typescripts and manuscripts of speeches and papers. With the exception of two drafts written by Katherine A. Goodpasture, all were written by or prepared for Dr. Goodpasture. Also contains outlines and research notes for talks and lectures. The majority are titled and dated, but a fair number are undated. An attempt has been made to arrange them chronologically, with the undated and unidentified materials grouped at the end.

Box Folder

A Century of Medical Education in Tennessee

Scope and Contents note

Typescript, "A Century of Medical Education in Tennessee" by Ernest W. Goodpasture, M.D. Undated, circa 1930.

12A 1

Nature of Viruses Manuscripts

Scope and Contents note

Two partial typescripts one related to research into the nature of viruses, the other to vaccination. Both undated, circa 1930s.

12A 2

Disease

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript entitled Disease Undated, circa 1930s/

12A 3

Manucripts ca 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Two partial rewritten and edited manuscripts, one entitled Science and the Parasitic Environment, and the other Pestilence and Providence. Undated circa 1930s

12A 4

Physiological and Social Homeostasis

Scope and Contents note

Corrected Typescript of a talk entitled Physiological and Social Homeostasis. Delivered to the Coffee House Club, February 19, 1937

12A 5

Cancer and the Future

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript entitled Cancer and the Future. Undated, ca. 1938

12A 6

Portland Academy of Medicine Lectures October 23-25, 1939.

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts for three lectures delivered to the Portland Academy of Medicine October 23-25, 1939. Lectures are entitled Investigations of Virus Infections and Immunity by Means of the Chick Embryo Technique, Experimental Bacterial Infections of the Chick Embryo, and A consideration of Pathogenesis of Virus and Bacterial Infection with a Review of Some Human Virus Diseases.

12A 7

The Developing Egg as a Culture Medium

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled The Developing Egg as a Culture Medium. Undated circa 1940

12A 8

Bilateral cortical necrosis of the kidney typescript

Scope and Contents note

Partial untitled typescript describing two cases of bilateral cortical necrosis of the kidney. Undated, circa 1940.

12A 9

Immunity to Virus Diseases: Some Theoretical and Practical Considerations

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled Immunity to Virus Diseases: Some Theoretical and Practical Considerations. The Shattuck Lecture of the Massachusetts Medical Society, May 21, 1940.

12A 10

Bacillus Pyocyaneus Infection of the Small Intestine with Perforation of the Ileum

Scope and Contents note

Article Typescript entitled: Bacillus Pyocyaneus (Psueomonas Aeruginosa) Infection of the Small Intestine with Perforation of the Ileum. Letter of transmittal to co author Dr. Edward F. Cotter dated October 30, 1940

12A 11

Insect Borne Diseases during Wartime

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript entitled Insect Borne Diseases during Wartime Paper read before the Beta Chapter of Kappa Pi Medical Society. Undated, circa 1942-45

12A 12

Manuscripts for Medicine and Mobilization and the Man and The Spirit of Inquiry

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript entitled Medicine and Mobilization and the Man, undated, circa 1943. Two drafts of Vanderbilt University Commencement Address entitled The Spirit of Inquiry delivered by Dr. Goodpasture December 16, 1943.

12A 13

Introduction to the Study of Medicine

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript for address entitled Introduction to the Study of Medicine. Read September 26, 1944, to the first year class of medical school students at Vanderbilt.

12A 14

Education and Aid for Research

Scope and Contents note

Corrected typescript entitled Education and Aid for Research, Sigma Xi Lecture. Undated circa 1944.

12A 15

The Doctor Looks at the Humanities

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript and typescript of an address entitled The Doctor Looks at the Humanities. Undated, circa 1944

12A 16

Agents of Infectious Disease

Scope and Contents note

Corrected typescript and reprint for talk entitled Agents of Infectious Disease. Read by Dr. Goodpasture on the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Radio Program, March 2, 1947. Also Includes a program, newspaper clipping, and a letter of congratulation from William Anderson.

12A 17

Science and Federal Policy

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of a talk entitled Science and Federal Policy given by Dr. Goodpasture at the Coffee House Club, January 19, 1950.

12A 18

75th Anniversary Convocation

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of greetings read by Dr. Goodpasture on behalf of the faculty at the Convocation celebrating the 75th anniversary of the opening of Vanderbilt, October 21, 1950.

12A 19

Dr. Harry Christian Schmeisser Presentation

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of address given by Dr. Goodpasture at the occasion of the presentation of the portrait of Dr. Harry Christian Schmeisser to the University of Tennessee, Memphis, September 15, 1951.

12A 20

The Significance of the Experimental Approach to the Cancer Program

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of an address entitled The Significance of the Experimental Approach to the Cancer Program given by Dr. Goodpasture at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine during a celebration of the opening of a the Radiological Laboratory Building, January 11, 1952. Dr. Goodpasture was invited to speak due to his membership on the Atomic Energy Commission, and his comments relate to the commissions concern over the connection between radiation exposure and certain types of cancer.

12A 21

State Library System of Tennessee in Transition

Scope and Contents note

Corrected copy of typescript of and address entitled State Library System of Tennessee in Transition, read before the annual convention of the Tennessee Library Association, Jackson, TN, April 23, 1953. Dr. Goodpasture was a member of the State Library and Archives Commission of the State of Tennessee.

12A 22

Virus as Variable Parasite and Medicine Prescribes Freedom of Prometheus Manucripts

Scope and Contents note

Title Page for lecture entitled Virus as Variable Parasite Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture, April 23, 1954, Remainder of text missing, but note by EWG states that first part of this lecture used for 1st part of Stonebruner Lecture II at Richmond 1956; Corrected typescript for talk entitled Medicine Prescribes Freedom of Prometheus." Read at Coffee House Club February 17, 1955.

12A 23

Host Cell Responses to Viral Mutants as Exemplified by Fowl Pox

Scope and Contents note

Corrected copy of typescript entitled "Host Cell Responses to Viral Mutants as Exemplified by Fowl Pox." The Howard Taylor Ricketts Lecture, May 9, 1955.

12A 24

AFIP Manuscripts

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled "Remarks for the AFIP Luncheon at the Drake Hotel", Chicago, October 13, 1955. Revised typescript of same talk entitled "Research in the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology," read at the Naval Medical Research Institute, February 3, 1956.

12A 25

American Society of Bacteriology

Scope and Contents note

Corrected typescript with hand written note stating meeting of Wash[ington] branch [of the] American Society of Bacteriology. No date ca. 1955-1959.

12A 26

Vascular Lesions in Hyperntensive Rats on a High Salt (NaCL ) Diet

Scope and Contents note

Report entitled "Vascular Lesions in Hypertensive Rats on a High Salt (NaCL ) Diet." Prepared by Dr. Goodpasture for Dr. George R. Meneely at the Thayer Veterans Hospital. The report was incorporated into a paper entitled "Chronic Sodium Chloride Toxicity. The Arteriolosclerotic Lesion" read before the American Society for the Study of Arteriosclerosis, November 6, 1955.

12B 27

An Alma Mater for Pathologys Spirit of Inquiry

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled An Alma Mater for Pathologys Spirit of Inquiry. No date, ca 1955-1959.

12B 28

Promoting the Scientific Development of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript report entitled "Promoting the Scientific Development of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology," dated January 20, 1956. Undated related typescript entitled "Research at AFIP."

12B 29

Stonebruner Lectures, Medical College of Virginia March 21-22, 1956.

Scope and Contents note

Two typescripts for the Stonebruner Lectures, Medical College of Virginia March 21-22, 1956. The series title is "Advances in Knowledge of the Pox Group of Virus Diseases" with Lecture I entitled "Herpes Simplex, Varicella and Zoster," and Lecture II entitled "Vaccinia and FowlpoxMutations and Host-cell Responses."

12B 30

Host-Cell Responses to Mutants of Fowlpox Virus

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled Host-Cell Responses to Mutants of Fowlpox Virus Read May 4, 1956 at a seminar in the Department of Microbiology, Yale University, New Haven Connecticut.

12B 31

Pathology of Virus Neoplasia

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled Pathology of Virus Neoplasia presented at the 11th Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research, March 7-9, 1957, University Texas, M D Anderson Medical Center, Houston, Texas.

12B 32

Medicine and the Ivied Walls

Scope and Contents note

Typescript entitled Medicine and the Ivied Walls, Ivy Day Celebration Lecture, Tulane University, School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1, 1957; Commencement Program for Tulane University, June 3, 1957; Tulane Ivy Day Program June 1, 1957.

12B 33

Pathology of Influenza 1918-1957

Scope and Contents note

Three copies, two manuscripts and a corrected typescript entitled Pathology of Influenza 1918-1957. Read as part of a program at the Washington Society of Pathology, October 14, 1957.

12B 34

Influence of Medical Technology on the Development of Pathology

Scope and Contents note

Corrected typescript entitled Influence of Medical Technology on the Development of Pathology. Read before the District of Columbia Society of Medical Technologists, April 19, 1958.

12B 35

Influences of Pathology on the Changing Patterns of Medicine

Scope and Contents note

Corrected typescript entitled: Influences of Pathology on the Changing Patterns of Medicine. Read before the Washington Society of Pathologists, December 3, 1958.

12B 36

Dr. Sam Lillard Clark, Sr. 1898-1960

Scope and Contents note

Notes, source material, manuscript , and typescript of a memorial prepared by Dr. Goodpasture of Dr. Sam Lillard Clark, Sr. 1898-1960.

12B 37

Isolation of Junco Pox Virus

Scope and Contents note

Two manuscript drafts written by Katherine A. Goodpasture, entitled Isolation of Junco Pox Virus Undated, circa 1960.

12B 38

Dr. Leo Loeb, 1869-1959

Scope and Contents note

Notes, source material, manuscript, and typescript of a memorial prepared by Dr. Goodpasture of Dr. Leo Loeb, 1869-1959.

12B 39

Undated notes and manuscripts, and typescripts

Scope and Contents note

Undated notes and manuscripts, and typescripts. One typescript entitled, \"Intracellular Parasitism in Human Infectious Diseases,\" and another entitled, \"Cytoplasmic Inclusions Resembling Guarnieri Bodies Induced by a Mutant of the Virus Fowlpox.\"

12B 40

Host and Parasite and Biological Warfare

Scope and Contents note

Undated and partial drafts of two manuscripts One entitled Host and Parasite and the other Biological Warfare

12B 41

Miscellaneous undated typescripts and manuscripts

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous undated typescripts and manuscripts. Including a typescript and manuscript drafts entitled Yellow Fever.

12B 42

Partial manuscript on the herpes virus

Scope and Contents note

Undated and untitled partial manuscript on the herpes virus

12B 43

Undated miscellaneous notes, research, and draft manuscripts

Scope and Contents note

Undated miscellaneous notes, research, and draft manuscripts. Most appear to have been prepared during his tenure at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.

12B 44

Undated miscellaneous notes, research, and draft manuscripts

Scope and Contents note

Undated miscellaneous notes, research, and draft manuscripts. Most appear to have been prepared during his tenure at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.

12B 45

Research notes and manuscript of unidentified author

Scope and Contents note

Research notes and manuscript of unidentified author (perhaps Dr. John Buddingh) circa 1936 pertaining to the use of chick embryos in the development of vaccines.

12B 46

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Series 07: Student Notes, Lab and Research Notes  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains student and lab notes. The majority of the lab notes were compiled by Katherine Anderson (Goodpasture), with a few by Dr. Ernest Goodpasture.

Box Folder

Student Lecture Notes

Scope and Contents note

Lecture notes by E.W. Goodpasture written as a student at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine dated 1909-10. Includes notes taken in Dr. William H. Welch's pathology course.

13 1

Student artwork

Scope and Contents note

Fifty gross and microscopic sketches drawn by Dr. Goodpasture while a student at Johns Hopkins.

13 001A

European Tour Notes 1924-25

Scope and Contents note

Fragments of two pocket sized notebooks, containing notes and diary entry from Dr. Goodpastures tour of European medical institutions in 1924-25. The first notebook contains notes regarding travel arrangements and contact information. Cities mentioned include: Glasgow, London, Edinburgh, Leeds, Brussels, Paris, Basel, Vienna, Berlin, Leiden, Copenhagen, Utrecht, and Stockholm. The diary entry notes are from September 11 to October 21, 1924 and record Dr. Goodpastures observations of medical facilities contained at Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, Leyden, Utrecht, and Amsterdam.

13 2

Katherine Anderson Lab Notebooks 1934-1936

Scope and Contents note

Lab notes prepared by Katherine Anderson contained in two notebooks. First notebook records a qualitative experiment to determine minimal infective dose of e.typhi, and a similar experiment on diphtheria toxin November 1934-April 1935. Second notebook describes experiments with Avian tuberculosis 1935-1936.

13 3

Katherine Anderson Research notes ca 1940

Scope and Contents note

Research notes composed by Katherine Anderson, ca. 1940 on the physical-chemical aspects of viruses.

13 4

Alice Polk Williamson/Goodpasture lab notes

Scope and Contents note

Lab notes prepared by Alice Polk Williamson on fowl pox experiments, 1939-1941. Same notebook contains notes on experiments conducted by Dr. Ernest Goodpasture May 1950- July 1951.

13 5

Katherine Anderson lab notes 1941-42

Scope and Contents note

Lab notes of Katherine Anderson recording findings experiment to determine the transplacental transmission of infections in rabbits. Conducted in 1941-42, Neurotesticular vaccinia virus was employed.

13 6

Katherine Anderson Lab notes, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Lab notes prepared by Katherine Anderson studying whether the inoculation of a rabbits cornea with Herpes Simplex (HS) would prevent the passage of Herpes Febrilis (HF)to the brain.

13 7

Yolk Sac Experiments. Experiments ,1942

Scope and Contents note

Lab notebook labeled Yolk Sac Experiments. Experiments were conducted in 1942 by Katherine Anderson, probably under the direction of Dr. Goodpasture. Letters of transmittal of tissue specimens are addressed to Dr. Goodpasture. Patient Information contained in this file.

13 8

Katherine Anderson Granuloma inguinale Lab notes 1942 -43

Scope and Contents note

Lab notebook containing notes on experiments conducted by Katherine Anderson in 1942-43 regarding the inoculation of Granuloma inguinale into Chick embryos.

13 9

Katherine Anderson granuloma inguinale Lab Notebook 1942-1943

Scope and Contents note

Lab Notebook from 1942-1943 prepared by Katherine Anderson recording data regarding patients with granuloma inguinale with the intent of selecting a bacterial strain to develop a serum. Patient Information contained in this file.

13 10

Notes Fowl Pox & Vaccinia 1951-55, 1959-60

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous accumulation of spiral bound and loose leaf hand written lab notes contained in a folder. Labeled EWG notes Fowl Pox & Vaccinia 51-55, 59-60.

13 11

Lab notes on fowl pox August November 1960

Scope and Contents note

Hand written lab notes on fowl pox prepared by Dr. Goodpasture, August September 1960, and representing last research notes taken before his death. Additional notes are in the hand of Katherine Anderson Goodpasture, October- November 1960

13 12

Small Pox Notes undated

Scope and Contents note

Miscelleanous loose leaves from a small notbook containing hand written notes on Small Pox and typed notes summarizing medical cases. Undated.

13 13

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Series 08: Reprints  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains one copy of reprints of scientific articles published by Dr. Ernest W. Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson. Though containing the majority of articles published by both authors, it is not complete.

Box Folder

Reprints 1913-1914

Scope and Contents note

  • G. H. Whipple., E. W. Goodpasture "Acute Haemorrhagic Pancreatitis." Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 17:541-47.
  • "Fibrinolysis in chronic hepatic insufficiency." Bulletin of Johns Hopkins Hospital, 25:1-17.

14A 1

Reprints 1916-1917

Scope and Contents note

  • E. W. Goodpasture and G. B. Wislocki. "Old age in relation to cell-overgrowth and cancer." Journal of Medical Research, 33(3):455-73
  • "Double primary abdominal pregnancy." Journal of Medical Research, 34(3): 259-61,
  • "Crystalline hyalin." Journal of Medical Research, 35(3):259-64
  • "A contribution to the study of pancreas intoxication." Journal Experimental Medicine, 25(2):277-83
  • "An acid polychrome-methylene blue solution for routine and special staining." Journal of the American Medical Association, 69:998.

14A 2

Reprints 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

  • "An anatomical study of senescence in dogs, with especial reference to the relation of cellular changes of age to tumors." Journal of Medical Research, 38(2): 127-90.
  • "Observations on mitochondria of tumors." Journal of Medical Research, 38(2):213-24.
  • "Bronchopneumonia due to hemolytic streptococci following influenza." Journal of the American Medical Association, 72:724-25
  • "A peroxidase reaction with sodium nitroprusside and benzidine in blood smears and tissues." Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, 4:442
  • "The significance of certain pulmonary lesions in relation to the etiology of influenza." American Journal of Medical Sciences, 158(6): 863.

14A 3

Reprints 1921

Scope and Contents note

  • E. W. Goodpatsure and Fritz B. Talbot. "Concerning the nature of 'protozoan-like' cells in certain lesions of infancy." American Journal of Diseases of Children, 21: 415-25
  • "Myocardial necrosis in hyperthyroidism." Journal of the American Medical Association, 76: 1545-51
  • "The influence of thyroid products on the production of myocardial necrosis." Journal of Experimental Medicine, 34(4):407-23

14A 4

Reprints 1923

Scope and Contents note

  • 1923 E. W. Goodpasture and Andrew Watson Sellards and Walfrido de Leon. "Investigations concerning yaws." Philippine Journal of Science, 22(3):219-89.
  • "Histopathology of the intestine in cholera." Philippine Journal of Science, 22(4):413-21.
  • "Complement fixation in treated and untreated leprosy." Philippine Journal of Science, 22(4):425-37.
  • "A poisonous constituent in cholera stools." Philippine Journal of Science, 22(4):439-45.
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Oscar Teague. "The transmission of the virus of herpes febrilis along sensory nerves with resulting unilateral lesions in the central nervous system in the rabbit." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 20:545-47.
  • Oscar Teague and E. W. Goodpasture. "Experimental herpes zoster." Journal of the American Medical Association, 81:377-78.
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Oscar Teague. "Experimental production of herpetic lesions in organs and tissues of the rabbit." Journal of Medical Research, 44(2): 121-28.
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Oscar Teague. "Transmission of the virus of herpes febrilis along nerves in experimentally infected rabbits." Journal of Medical Research, 44(2): 139-84.
  • Oscar Teague and E. W. Goodpasture. "Experimental herpes zoster." Journal of Medical Research 44(2): 185-200.
  • Robert H. McClellan and E. W. Goodpasture. "A method of demonstrating experimental gross lesions of the central nervous system." Journal of Medical Research,44(2):201-6;.

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Reprints 1924

Scope and Contents note

  • "Spontaneous encephalitis in rabbits." Journal of Infectious Diseases, 34(4):428-32
  • Dorsey Brannan and E. W. Goodpasture. "The pathology of pneumonia caused by Bacillus influenza during an inter-epidemic period." Archives of Internal Medicine, 34:739-56.

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Reprints 1925

Scope and Contents note

  • "Intranuclear inclusions in experimental herpetic lesions of rabbits." American Journal of Pathology, 1(1): 1-9
  • "The axis-cylinders of peripheral nerves as portals of entry to the central nervous system for the virus of herpes simplex in experimentally infected rabbits." American Journal of Pathology, 1(1): 11-28
  • "The pathways of infection of the central nervous system in herpetic encephalitis of rabbits contracted by contact, with a comparative comment on medullary lesions in a case of human poliomyelitis." American Journal of Pathology, l(l):29-46
  • "Certain factors determining the incidence and severity of herpetic encephalitis in rabbits." American Journal of Pathology, l(l):47-55.

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Reprints 1927-1928

Scope and Contents note

  • "Nuclear changes of ganglion cells in experimental herpetic encephalitis." American Journal of Pathology, 3(4):395-99
  • "The pathology of certain virus diseases." Southern Medical Journal, 21(7):535-39
  • "The pathology of certain virus diseases." Science, 67(1746):591-93
  • E. W. Goodpasture and S. John House. "The pathologic anatomy of tularemia in man." American Journal of Pathology, 4(3):213-26.

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Reprints 1929

Scope and Contents note

  • "Cellular inclusions and the etiology of virus diseases." Archives of Pathology,7:114-32.
  • "Herpetic infection, with especial reference to involvement of the nervous system." Medicine, 8(2):223-43
  • Alice M. Woodruff , C. Eugene Woodruff and E. W. Goodpasture. "Fowl-pox. II. The nature of the virus as indicated by further morphological data, and by experiments with certain chemicals." American Journal of Physiology,90(2): 560-61
  • "Etiological problems in the study of filterable virus diseases." Harvey Lectures, 25:77-102, 1929-1930
  • C. Eugene Woodruff and E. W. Goodpasture. "The infectivity of isolated inclusion bodies of fowl-pox." American Journal of Pathology, 5(1): 1-9.

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Reprints 1930-31

Scope and Contents note

  • "Cytotropismus und das Vordringen der Virusarten im Nervensystem." Zeitschrift fur die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 129: 600-16
  • E. W. Goodpasture and C. E. Woodruff. "A comparison of the inclusion bodies of fowl-pox and molluscum contagiosum." American Journal of Pathology, 7(1):1-7
  • William A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture. "Etiological studies of granuloma inguinale." Southern Medical Journal, 24(7):588-97
  • W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture. "Infection of monkeys with Donovan organisms by injections of tissue from human lesions of granuloma inguinale." American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 11(5): 311-22
  • Alice M. Woodruff and E. W. Goodpasture. "The susceptibility of the chorio-allantoic membrane of chick embryos to infection with the fowl-pox virus." American Journal of Pathology, 7(3):209-22
  • E. W. Goodpasture ,Alice M. Woodruff and G. J. Buddingh. "The cultivation of vaccine and other viruses in the chorio-allantoic membrane of chick embryos." Science, 74(1919):371-72.

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Reprints 1932

Scope and Contents note

  • W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture "Infectious oral papillomatosis of dogs." American Journal of Pathology, 8(l):43-55
  • "Yellow fever encephalitis of the monkey (Macacus rhesus)." American Journal of Pathology, 8(2): 137-50
  • E. W. Goodpasture , Alice M. Woodruff and G. J. Buddingh. "Vaccinal infection of the chorio-allantoic membrane of the chick embryo." American Journal of Pathology, 8(3):271-81
  • "The use of experimental procedures in teaching pathology." Southern Medical Journal, 25(9):991-95.

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Reprints 1933

Scope and Contents note

  • "Cytotrophic viruses, with references to filterable forms of bacteria and cancer." Am. J. Hyg., 17(1): 154-67
  • "Borreliotoses: Fowl-pox, molluscum contagiosum, variola-vaccinia." Science, 77(1987): 119-21
  • "Use of embryo chick in investigation of certain pathological problems." Southern Medical Journal, 26(5):418-20
  • W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture. "Further studies on the etiology of granuloma inguinale." American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 13(5):447-68.
  • E. W. Goodpasture and G. J. Buddingh. "Human immunization with a dermal vaccine cultivated on the membranes of chick embryos." Science, 78(2030):484-85.

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Reprints 1934

Scope and Contents note

  • Claud D. Johnson and E. W. Goodpasture. "An investigation of the etiology of mumps." Journal of Experimental Medicine, 59(1): 1-19
  • "The pathogenesis of neurocytotropic virus diseases." In: The Problem of Mental Disorder, pp. 241-54. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
  • W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture. "An experimental investigation concerning the nature of contagious lymphosarcoma of dogs." American Journal of Cancer, 21(2): 295-321
  • "Cancer and viruses." Bulletin of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, 16:4-5.

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Reprints 1936

Scope and Contents note

  • "Intracellular parasitism and the cytotropism of viruses." Southern Medical Journal, 29(3):297-303
  • Claud D. Johnson and E. W. Goodpasture. "Experimental immunity to the virus of mumps in monkeys." Am. J. Hyg., 23(2): 329-39
  • C. D. Johnson and E. W. Goodpasture. "The histopathology of experimental mumps in the monkey, Macacus rhesus." American Journal of Pathology, 12(4):495-510
  • E. W. Goodpasture and G. J. Buddingh. "The protective action of rabbit serum for vaccinia virus at high temperatures." Science, 84(2168): 66-67
  • Leland M. Johnston and E. W. Goodpasture. "Acute encephalitis in a child with cerebellar lesions like those of louping ill in monkeys." American Journal of Diseases of Children, 52:1415-23.

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Reprints 1937

Scope and Contents note

  • "Vaccinia." Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago, No. 11, Volume 11, pp. 206-20.
  • "Thirteenth Ludvig Hektoen Lecture of the Frank Billings Foundation; Concerning the pathogenesis of typhoid fever." American Journal of Pathology 13(2): 175-85.
  • "Comments on virus diseases and their control." Southern Medical Journal 30(7):731-35.

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Reprints 1938

Scope and Contents note

  • Alice Polk, G. J. Buddingh and E. W. Goodpasture. "An experimental study of complement and hemolytic amboceptor introduced into chick embryos." American Journal of Pathology, 14(l):71-86
  • "Some uses of the chick embryo for the study of infection and immunity." Am. J. Hyg., 28(1): 111-29
  • E. W. Goodpasture, Beverly Douglas and Katherine Anderson. "A study of human skin grafted upon the chorio-allantois of chick embryos." Journal of Experimental Medicine, 68(6):891-904.  American Journal of Pathology, 13(2): 175-85
  • "Comments on virus diseases and their control." Southern Medical Journal 30(7):731-35.

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Reprints 1939

Scope and Contents note

  • E. W. Goodpasture, S. H. Auerbach, H. S. Swanson, and E. F. Cotter. "Virus pneumonia of infants secondary to epidemic infections." American Journal of Diseases of Children, 57:997-1011
  • "Virus infection of the chick embryo." Annals of Internal Medicine 13(1): 1-11.

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Reprints 1940

Scope and Contents note

  • "Immunity to virus diseases; some theoretical and practical considerations." New England Journal of Medicine, 222:901-10
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson. "Immunity to fowl-pox studied by means of skin grafts on chorio-allantois of chick embryo." Archives of Patholology, 30:212-25
  • "The developing egg as a culture medium." Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, 26(l):242-49.

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Reprints 1941

Scope and Contents note

  • "The cell-parasite relationship in bacterial and virus infection." Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians, Philadelphia, 9(1): 11-24
  • "The pathology and pathogenesis of poliomyelitis." Symposium on Infantile Paralysis,, pp. 85-125. Vanderbilt University
  • "The pathology of poliomyelitis." Journal of the American Medical Association, 117:273-75
  • "The pathology of virus disease." Journal of Pediatrics, 18(4):440-46.

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Reprints 1942-43

Scope and Contents note

  • "Virus infection of the mammalian fetus." Science, 95(2468):391-96
  • Katherine Anderson and E. W. Goodpasture "Infection of newborn Syrian hamsters with the virus of mare abortion (Dimock and Edwards)." American Journal of Pathology, 18(4):555-61
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson. "Virus infection of human fetal membranes grafted on the chorioallantois of chick embryos." American Journal of Pathology, 18(4):563-75
  • "Herpes zoster." In: Cecil's Textbook of Medicine, 6th ed., pp.37-40. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Company.

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Reprints 1944-45

Scope and Contents note

  • E. W. Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson. "Infection of human skin, grafted on the chorioallantois of chick embryos, with the virus of herpes zoster." American Journal of Pathology, 20(3):447-55.
  • Katherine Anderson, W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture. "An etiologic consideration of Donovania granulomatis cultivated from granuloma inguinale (three cases) in embryonic yolk." Journal of Experimental Medicine,81(l):25-40
  • Katherine Anderson, E. W. Goodpasture and W. A. DeMonbreun. "Immunologic relationship of Donovania granulomatis to granuloma inguinale." Journal of Experimental Medicine, 81(l):41-50
  • Katherine Anderson, W. A. DeMonbreun and E. W. Goodpasture . "An experimental investigation of the etiology and immunology of granuloma inguinale." American Journal of Syphilis, Gonorrhea and Venereal Diseases, 29(2): 165-73.

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Reprints 1950-1952

Scope and Contents note

  • "Some aspects of twentieth century research on infectious diseases." Washington University Medical Alumni Quarterly, 13(3):96-106.
  • "The influence of William Henry Welch upon the development of pathology." Bulletin of Johns Hopkins Hospital, 87(2):3-ll.
  • "Francis Gilman Blake (1887-1952)." Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, pp. 302-7.

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Reprints 1958

Scope and Contents note

  • "Cytoplasmic inclusions resembling Guarnieri bodies, and other phenomena induced by mutants of the virus of fowl-pox." American Journal of Pathology, 35(2):213-31.

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Reprints of Katherine Anderson 1937-1943

Scope and Contents note

  • G. John Buddingh, M.D.and Katherine Anderson, B.A. "Acute vegetative endocarditis caused by bacillus diphtheriae" Archives of Internal Medicine. 1937;59(4):597-601
  • "The encephalitogenic property of herpes virus." Science, 1939 Nov 24;90(2343):497
  • De Monbreun, W. A. assisted by Katherine Anderson. "The dog as a natural host of histoplasma capsulatum: Case of Histoplasmosis in this animal," American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 19(6): (Nov.) 1939, 565-82
  • E. W. Goodpasture and Katherine Anderson. "Immunity to fowl-pox studied by means of skin grafts on chorioallantois of chick embryo." Archives of Pathology, 30:212-25
  • "Pathogenesis of herpes simplex virus infection in chick embryos" American Journal of Pathology, 1940 March; 16(2): 137156
  • Katherine Anderson and James S. Snow. "Isolation and cultivation of haemophilus ducreyi on the chorioallantois of chick embryos." American Journal of Pathology, 1940 May; 16(3): 269276
  • "Dual virus infection of single cells." American Journal of Pathology, 1942 July 18(4) 577-583
  • "The cultivation from granuloma inguinale of a microorganism having the characteristics of Donovan bodies in the yolk sac of chick embryos." Science 1943 June 18: 97(2529) 560-561.

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Series 09: Certificates, Awards and Recognitions  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains various certificates, awards and recognitions, as well as programs from events in which Dr. Goodpasture was either a participant or an attendee.

Box Folder

1907 Vanderbilt Commencement Invitation

Scope and Contents note

Leather covered invitation to the 1907 Commencement Exercises of Vanderbilt University

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Maryland Medical License 1912

Scope and Contents note

Certificate issued to Dr. Goodpasture certifying his license to practice medicine in Maryland. Issued by the Board of Medical Examiners of Maryland, dated 18 June 1912.

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American Association of the Advancement of Science, membership 1924.

Scope and Contents note

Certificate issued to Dr. Goodpasture certifying he has been elected a member of the American Association of the Advancement of Science, dated April 4, 1924.

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Semi Centennial Exercises of Vanderbilt and St. Thomas Hospital Staff Meeting 1925

Scope and Contents note

Printed program for the Semi-Centennial Exercises of Vanderbilt University October 15-18, 1925; St. Thomas Hospital Staff Meeting, November 16, 1925 where Dr. Goodpasture presented a program.

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Leonard Wood Memorial Brochure

Scope and Contents note

Brochure from the Leonard Wood Memorial from circa 1932. Dr. Goodpasture served on the Advisory Committee of Bacteriologists for this foundation

15 5

Coffee House Club Yearbook, 1931-1932

Scope and Contents note

1931-1932 Yearbook of the Coffee House Club, Nashville Tennessee.

15 6

Harvard University Tercentenary Celebration,1936

Scope and Contents note

Published invitation from Harvard University to attend the tercentenary celebration, September 18. 1936.

15 7

Ludwig Lecture 1937

Scope and Contents note

Printed program from the Institute of Medicine, Chicago for the 13th Ludwig Lecture of the Frank Billings Foundation of the Institute of Medicine, January 22, 1937.

15 8

Membership Certificates. 1940

Scope and Contents note

Certificate of Membership of the New York Academy of Sciences dated 22 May 1940, Certificate of Membership from the Vanderbilt Alpha Rho Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa fraternity, dated June 10, 1940.

15 9

Poliomyelitis Lecture Series 1941

Scope and Contents note

Printed invitation for the Poliomyelitis Lecture Series April 7-9 and 14-16, 1941 Vanderbilt University in which. Dr. Goodpasture delivered a lecture.

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American Philosophical Society membership, 1943

Scope and Contents note

Printed letter from the American Philosophical Society, informing Dr. Goodpasture of his election into the membership of the society on April 23, 1943, Program from a joint meeting of the American Philosophical Society and the National Academy of Sciences, November 16-17 1945.

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Kober Medal Certificate, 1944

Scope and Contents note

Certificate verifying that Dr. Goodpasture was awarded the Kober medal by the Association of American Physicians, prepared March 28, 1944. Typescript prepared for the occasion of the presentation of Kober medal to Dr. Goodpasture.

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Passano Foundation Award; Carmichael Convocation

Scope and Contents note

Press Release announcing Dr. Goodpasture as the recipient of the Passano Foundation Award in 1946; brochure from the Passano Foundation providing brief biographies of the recipients from 1945 to 1961. Program from the Vanderbilt Convocation honoring Chancellor O. C. Carmichael, February 6, 1946.

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Tennessee Medical License 1948-1950

Scope and Contents note

Three certificates issued to Dr. Goodpasture verifying his license to practice medicine in Tennessee. Issued by the Licensing Board for the Healing Arts, 1948-1950.

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Symposium on Psittacosis, Rutgers University, 1956

Scope and Contents note

Program for Symposium on Psittacosis, sponsored by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station of Rutgers University, February 16-17, 1956 where Dr. Goodpasture served as a moderator.

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American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists Meeting 1957

Scope and Contents note

Program for the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists April 11-13, 1957

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Conference on Cellular Biology, Nucleic Acids and Viruses 1957.

Scope and Contents note

Program for the Conference on Cellular Biology, Nucleic Acids and Viruses January 7-9, 1957. Sponsored by the New York Academy of Sciences, Dr. Goodpasture served as a session chairman

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Sociedad Colombiana de Pathologia; AFIP certificate

Scope and Contents note

Diploma from the Sociedad Colombiana de Pathologia indicating an honorary membership, dated 9 December (Diciembre) 1959; Certificate of distinguished service from the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, dated 10 April 1959.

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American Philosophical Society Library Hall Dedication , 1959

Scope and Contents note

Program for the American Philosophical Society Dedication of Library Hall, November 11, 1959

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Series 10: Photographs  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains photographs that are arranged chronologically in two groupings. The first records scenes, events and activities during his career, the second are illustrations that were created while conducting his research activities.

Box Folder

Chelsea Naval Hospital, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Photographic portrait taken at the time of Dr. Goodpastures service as a Lieutenant (J.G.) at the Chelsea Naval Hospital, Chelsea, MA. 1918-1919; Group photograph taken in the hospital laboratory; Group photograph taken outside hospital building. Photograph is rolled.

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Portrait and Dieners, 1932

Scope and Contents note

Portrait of Dr. Goodpasture taken in the laboratory at Vanderbilt, June 1932; Group photograph of Dieners, in the department of Pathology, ca 1932.

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Photographic Album, 1937

Scope and Contents note

Photographic Album containing candid shots from Vanderbilt University, circa 1937. Orange Cover is embossed with Vanderbilt University, Spring 1937. Album includes photographs of Chancellor and Mrs. James H. Kirkland, Chancellor Oliver C. Carmichael, Dr. Waller Leathers, Dr. Goodpasture, Dr. and Mrs. Roy Avery, Dr. William DeMonbreun, Dr. John Buddingh, Dr. Katherine Anderson, Dr. Charles Robinson, Dr. Paul D. Lamson, Susan Wilkes, Eileen Cunningham, Dr. Alfred Blalock, Dr. Barney Brooks, Dr. Hugh Morgan, Dr. Tinsley Harrison, Dr. Charles Robinson, Dr. Walter Garrey, and Dr. Horton Casparis.

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Board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza and Other Epidemic Diseases 1941-45

Scope and Contents note

Eleven group photographs of the Board for the Investigation and Control of Influenza and Other Epidemic Diseases in the Army, Preventive Medicine Division, and Surgeon Generals Office, United States Army. Photographs date from 1941-1945. Many of the photographs are labeled. Committee members photographed include: Dr. Andrew J. Warren, Dr. Ernest W. Goodpasture, Dr. Francis C. Blake, Dr. Oswald T. Avery, Dr. Kenneth F. Maxcy, Dr. A.R. Dochez. Dr. O. H. Perry Pepper, Colonel James S. Simmons, M.C., Lt. Colonel S. Bayne-Jones, M.C.

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Passano Foundation Award, 1946

Scope and Contents note

Six photographs taken at the occasion of the presentation of the Passano Foundation Award, May 15, 1946, Baltimore, MD. Included in the photographs are Dr. Goodpasture, Edward B. Passano, Dr. George Corner, and Dr, Stuart Mudd.

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New York Philharmonic-Symphony Radio Program, 1947

Scope and Contents note

Publicity photograph taken on the occasion of Dr. Goodpastures presentation of the talk entitled Agents of Infectious Disease on the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Radio Program, March 2, 1947.

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Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Advisory Committee for Biology and Medicine (ACBM), 1947-1950

Scope and Contents note

Group photograph of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Advisory Committee for Biology and Medicine (ACBM) meeting, September 12, 1947; undated group photograph of the same committee; Booklet prepared for the committee containing photographs and brief descriptions of the committee members; Newspaper Clipping of the Los Alamos Times, January 23, 1948 reporting that a meeting of the committee would be held in Los Alamos; three photographs of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) headquarters building, Hiroshima Japan, December 1950. Dr. Goodpasture, was requested by Dr. Shields Warren, Director of the Division of Biology and Medicine, AEC, to visit and report his findings of the ABCC activities in Japan.

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Washington University, St Louis, Medical School Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, 1950

Scope and Contents note

Two photographs taken at the Washington University, St Louis, Medical School Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration in which he received an honorary D. Sc. Degree, February 21, 1950. recipients photographed also included: Abraham Flexner, Dr. Edward Park, and Dr. Charles Huggins

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Singer Research Laboratory, 1952

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of Dr. Goodpasture with Dr. Graner at the William H. Singer Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh, PA, October 29, 1952.

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Tennessee State Library and Archives Commission, 1952-1955

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of the Tennessee State Library and Archives Commission, ca. 1952-1955

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Hunting photographs, 1953

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of Dr. Goodpasture with Jim Lux, and Tom Harwood, in a Duck blind outside Paris, Tennessee, December 22-23, 1953; two unlabeled hunting scene photographs from approximately the same period. Dr. Goodpasture and Dr. John Shapiro are among those pictured.

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"Americas Pasteur" article photographs 1955

Scope and Contents note

Twelve publicity photographs, illustrating the technique used to cultivate viruses in eggs, taken in preparation of the October 16, 1955 article from Tennessean by Louise Davis entitled Americas Pasteur.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), 1955-1959

Scope and Contents note

Ten Photographs taken during Dr. Goodpastures tenure at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), 1955-1959. Photos include: Dr. Goodpasture standing in front of the newly constructed AFIP building; Dr Goodpasture with Commander Bedai Unal of the Turkish Navy; and Dr. Goodpasture with Capt. T.R. Austin.

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Portrait circa 1955-59.

Scope and Contents note

Photographic portrait of Dr. Goodpasture circa 1955-59.

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Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research, M D Anderson 1957

Scope and Contents note

Group photograph taken of participants at the 11th Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research, March 7-9, 1957 University of Texas, M D Anderson Medical Center, Houston, Texas

16A 15

Gold Headed Cane 1958

Scope and Contents note

Two photographs of the Gold Headed Cane Dr. Goodpasture received from the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, April 24, 1958.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Retirement, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Two photographs of Dr. and Mrs. Goodpasture at a retirement reception given in his honor in 1959.

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University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi 1959-1960

Scope and Contents note

Four photographs from his tenure at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi 1959-1960. Two are student composites, and the other two are of Dr. Goodpasture and students in the laboratory

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Brodel Illustrations, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Reproduction of three illustrations created by medical illustrator Max Brodel. The illustrations of Drs. Alfred Blalock, William Olser, and and William H. Welch. Photocopy of a letter to from Brodel to Alfred Blalock dated April 7, 1941, requesting that he give an inscribed copy of his Welch Rabbits illustration to Dr. Goodpasture.

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Yaws 1921-22

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of unidentified Yaws patient taken circa 1921-22 during his tenure at the School of Medicine and Surgery , University of the Philippines.

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Susan Wilkes Illustrations 1929-1947

Scope and Contents note

Five medical illustrations drawn by Vanderbilt medical illustrator Susan H. Wilkes. Two dated 1929 and 1931,and the other three from 1947 that illustrate the procedure for inoculating a chick embryo.

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Medical Illustrations

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous photographs (photomicrographs and gross), illustrations, related to Dr. Goodpastures research. Ca 1930s .

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Medical Illustrations

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous photomicrographic images circa 1940s. Most unlabeled, but one group is described as epidemic typhus," and another "Herpes Zoster."

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Medical Illustrations

Scope and Contents note

Photomicrographs labeled Fowlpox circa 1955-59; Two Electron microscopy photograph prints described as being type 4 adenovirus strain R1-67 ca 1957; Electron microscopy photograph of Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR).

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Medical Illustrations, 1953-56

Scope and Contents note

Envelope containing miscellaneous photomicrographs. Labeled CSC etc Mutations ca 1953-56.

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Medical Illustrations 1957

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous groupings of photomicrographs and photographs. Some images labeled Junco Pox, and small pox. Circa 1957

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Medical Illustrations 1959-61

Scope and Contents note

Photomicrograph slides of intranuclear crystalline inclusions in kidney and liver of dog; photographs of lesions on chicken leg and head, both dated 1959-1961

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Cecil K. Drinker portrait 1955 and Johns Hopkins Hospital Residents, 1892

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of a portrait of Dr. Cecil K. Drinker ca 1955; Reproduction of a photograph of the second annual dinner of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Residents, May 5, 1892. Photograph includes Back row: A.L. Stavely, E.M. Parker, W.H. Baltzell, J.P. Lotsy, W.W. Russell, John Hewetson, Thomas Stephen Cullen, August Hoch, E. Van Ness, John Miller Turpin Finney, William Sydney Thayer, H. Phippen, J.G. Clark, Lewellys F. Barker, Frank R. Smith. Front row: George Henry Falkiner Nuttall, Simon Flexner, William Thomas Councilman, A.A. Ghriskey, Alexander Crever Abbott, Hunter Robb, W. Osler, H.A. Kelly, Henry M. Hurd (information from McGill University Osler Library of the History of Medicine website).

16B 28

Saranac Lake , New York 1909

Scope and Contents note

Photographs from Dr. Goodpasture's stay at the sanatorium at Saranac Lake April through June 1909.

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Dr. Thorvald Madsen Portraits 1937

Scope and Contents note

Two signed photographic portrait (3 inches by 5 inches, and 8 by 10)of Dr. Thorvald Madsen given to Dr. Goodpasture and Sarah C. Goodpasture, 1937.

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Unidentifed Group Photograph ca 1912

Scope and Contents note

Unidenifeied group photograph including Ernest Goodpasture circa 1912. Possibly students from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.Oversized, 10 x 13 inches.

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Coffee House Club Composite June 1942

Scope and Contents note

Photographic composite of members of the Coffee House Club Nashville, June 1942 Water damaged, and oversized 11 x 14 inches

16B 32

Erigenia bulbosa

Scope and Contents note

Envelope containing 20 kodachrome photgraphs of Erigenia bulbosa,both gross and micropraphic images. Circa 1960

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Series 11: Audio Recordings  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains two separate sound recordings of Dr. Goodpasture.

Box Folder

Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture, 1954

Scope and Contents note

Audio recording of lecture entitled: Virus as Variable Parasite Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture, Vanderbilt University, April 23, 1954. Contained on two CD format disks. Also, six audio cassette copies 1 hour 20 minutes.

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Lectures on Virus Diseases, 1954-55

Scope and Contents note

Audio recordings of Dr. Goodpasture giving a series of lectures in 1954-1955 on Virus Diseases. These lectures were recorded by Dr. Robert D. Collins. Contained on three inch magnetic recording tape reels. Also contained on 2 sets of audio cassette tapes. Note that a transcript of these lectures are contained in the Ernest Goodpasture Biographical File. In addition, a CD format of one of the lectures is contained with the biography of Dr. Goodpasture written by Dr. Robert D. Collins.

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Series 12: Reports and Collected Reprints  

Scope and Contents note

This series contains reports and collected reprints by other authors that were of interest or indirect relation to Dr. Goodpasture.

Box Folder

Old Clothes by Torald Sollmann, 1912

Scope and Contents note

Old Clothes by Torald Sollmann, Professor of Pharmacology and Materia Medica., School of Medicine of Western Reserve University. Published address delivered at the Seventeenth Convention of the NU Sigma Nu Fraternity at Baltimore November 30, 1912.

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Schmeisser, Harry C. Leukemia of the Fowl: Spontaneous and Experimental"

Scope and Contents note

Reprint, Schmeisser, Harry C. Leukemia of the Fowl: Spontaneous and Experimental. Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports Monographs New Series No. VIII. 1915. Inscribed by the Author

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William T. Councilman Lecture, 1921

Scope and Contents note

A Lecture Delivered to the Second-Year class of the Harvard Medical School at the Conclusion of the Course in Pathology December 19, 1921 by Dr. William T. Councilman, Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy Since 1892. Published, and inscribed to Dr. Goodpasture by the author.

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Oscar Teague

Scope and Contents note

Oscar Teague Reprinted from the Journal of Immunology Volume 9, Number 1, January 1924.

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In Defence of Animal Experimentation, 1924

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In Defence of Animal Experimentation: Reply to Gov. Percival P. Baxter of Maine by Edward Marquis, M. D. Old Town Maine." Reprinted from Bangor Daily News, May 14, 1924.

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Roux, Emile. The Medical Work of Pasteur

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Roux, Emile. The Medical Work of Pasteur Reprinted from The Scientific Monthly, October 1925, Vol XXI, pages 364-389

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Miscellaneous Collected Reprints 1929-1960

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Nineteen miscellaneous collected reprints 1929-1960 of other authors on various medical subjects including: coccidiosis, tissue immunity, undulant fever, tobacco mosaic virus, inclusion bodies of vaccinia, chick embryos, yellow fever virus, turkey pox, measles, herpes simplex, influenza, and rabies.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1954

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1954.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1955

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1955.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1956

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1956.

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1957

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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Annual Report 1957.

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Series 13: Lantern and Microscope Slides  

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Collection of microscope slides produced by Dr. Goodpasture, and Katherine Anderson Goodpasture during their research activities, as well as a collection of lantern slides prepared for use in lectures and talks. Most appear to be from 1940-1960 with a few being older. There are notebooks of photomicrographs, including one containing images produced from an electron microscope. The slides cover a broad variety of diseases including tissue samples (mostly animal) illustrating the effects of fowl pox, typhoid fever, Junco pox, trypanosomiasis, microfilaremia, tularemia, yellow fever, and measles.

Box Folder

Lantern Slides, microscope slides, and photographs.

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  • Four boxes of lantern slides.
  • Notebook containing 50 photographs of electron micrographs made in 1956 and containing a hand written index in the front, micrographs include: human cancer cells, rickettsia mooseri, mouse lymphoblast cells, and tobacco smoke particles.
  • Notebook containing photographs of results of vaccine experiments on laboratory animals.
  • Two microscope slide booklets containing slides relating to research on Junco pox, and small pox. The slides are of membranes, and lesions. The slides were made at Vanderbilt and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology between 1955 and 1960.

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Lantern Slides and microscope slides

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  • Box (small Kodak box) containing slides relating to fowl pox and Junco pox. Includes gross and magnified views of infected tissue. Many of the slides are labeled Armed Forces Institute of Pathology so are likely from ca. 1955-1959. Some of the paper wrappers around the slides are deteriorating.
  • Three plastic slide cases containing relating to research on Junco pox and other birds. Includes: snowy owl blood parasites, robin mites, myomas polyps, chick brains, bird nodes from scalp, and Junco pox vaccine. From notes contained within the cases and slides, it appears that this was research conducted or assisted by Katherine Anderson Goodpasture. All appear to be from 1959-1960.
  • Eight slide cases containing slides relating to research on Junco pox and fowl pox vaccines. Some of the cases and slides are clearly labeled whereas some are not. There is, however, a consistent numbering scheme on most of the slides. All are from the 1950's
  • Lantern slides of pictures of the Vanderbilt Campus dating from the turn of the century to the 1940's

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