Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Professional papers of professor Nathan Smith Davis III, including material related to a departmental survey at the time of the medical school's move to the current campus, and to Davis's membership in the American Medical Association and the Clinical Section of the Chicago Heart Association.
Professional papers of medical school founder Nathan Smith Davis, Sr., particularly correspondence, ledgers and account books from his private medical practice, and manuscript and typescripts of his lectures and writings from throughout his career.
Scrapbook kept by Professor Marcus Patten Hatfield as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago and Wesleyan University, and during medical school at Chicago Medical College.
This collection consists of 44 medical motion pictures made between 1928 and 1963, most of which were created by Northwestern University Medical School faculty members. The films depict medical procedures, conditions, processes, and research across 10 health science fields.
Two typewritten manuscripts by William F. Windle, PhD - a 1943 Founders' Day address titled "The Beginning of Anatomy in Our Medical School" and a 1940 book titled "Physiology of the Fetus: Origin and Extent of Function in Prenatal Life" - with accompanying correspondence.