Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Dental School
For a history of Northwestern University's Dental School, see Clifton O. Dummett and Lois Doyle Dummett, Culture and Education in Dentistry at Northwestern University, 1891-1993 (Chicago: Northwestern University Dental School, 1993). The Dental School closed in 2001.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Northwestern University Dental School Deceased Alumni Records consist of three card-file boxes of 3” x 5” index cards containing information about alumni/alumnae of the Dental School. The records span the years 1892 to 1947 and consist of file cards. Graduates include dental hygienists as well as dentists. Information on each card is generally sparse, limited in most cases to graduation year, address at graduation, last known address, date of death, and source of information.
Abstract The Records of the Dental School Faculty, Staff, and Alumni consist of ten card-file boxes of 3x5 index cards. Faculty cards include dates and courses taught (sometimes including degrees and the institution from which the degree was received). Cards of staff provide employment dates and title; positions range from laboratory maid to stenographer to technician or dental assistant. Alumni cards are relatively uninformative, usually listing only the address of the student, his or her degree, and...
Abstract The records of the Dental School's Special Post-graduate Courses fill two and a half boxes and span the years 1933-1955. Courses are foldered individually, and are arranged chronologically by the date of the course. Folders for each course typically contain correspondence, brochures describing the course, syllabi, lists of registrants, registration forms, and occasional photographs of the attendees. The original folders, with the basic information relating to each course printed on then,...
Abstract The microfiche records date between approximately 1905 and 1995 (indicating the graduating year of the student) and are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the student. Information on the microfiche includes application forms, correspondence, and grade records or transcripts. This information may duplicate Dental School student records held elsewhere in the Archives.
Overview Dr. Black is operating his machine for the grinding of microscopic sections of teeth and bone in his laboratory in the Northwestern University Dental School.
Overview Dr. Black , the second dean of the Northwestern University Dental School, with other faculty members including Thomas Gilmer and Frederick Noyes.