Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Acuff Clinic Bulletin Herbert Acuff. M. D.
Dr. C. B. Lee physician’s ledgers and memorandum books, ca. 1884-1916, from the Scarborough community (now Oak Ridge, Anderson County, Tenn). 23 volumes
Two pages of notes on a speech given by Dr. G. Devron to the American Public Health Association. Re: abattoirs/slaughter houses. No date. Petition to the State Board of Health containing names of 11 Knoxville area doctors. 1881. 1 p.
Dr. William Joseph Cameron University of Tennessee Medical School graduation announcement, June 8, 1925, Memphis, Tenn.). (ephemera)
Dr. William Joseph Cameron University of Tennessee Medical School graduation announcement, June 8, 1925, Memphis, Tenn. (ephemera) (Printed pages loose from cover).
Dr. Wm. N. Lynn, Knoxville, 1919. Fellowship Certificate from the American Medical Association for 1919, signed by Drs. Arthur Dean Bevan and Alex. R. Craig. No. 11397. 1 printed form filled in and signed (6 x 8 inches). 1 pc.
Greene County, Tenn., Account Books (Timber Ridge Store, 1859, 1873-1883; Dr. Jacob Payne Easterly account book; James Edwards Bell diary excerpts, 1862; Bell genealogy & family records). Gift of Jane Crouch Bell Williams.
Greene County, Tenn., Account Books: (Timber Ridge Store, 1859, 1873-1883; and Dr. Jacob Payne Easterly account book. Also, photocopies of James Edwards Bell diary 1862, excerpts, transcribed; and Bell genealogy & family records.
H. A. C. (Hazelwood Albert Calvin) Bradfute (1845-1919) Johnson County Tenn.; Loyston, Tenn. Served in Co. D, 13th Regt Tennessee Cavalry Volunteers, 1864; teacher, pension agent, medical doctor; lived the latter part of his life in Loys Cross Roads [Loyston] Union County, Tenn. His body was removed from Loyston to the National Cemetery at the construction of Norris Dam.
PHOTOCOPY of “An Inaugural Dissertation on the Functions of the Liver...Transylvania University, for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine.” January 20, 1847. By James F. Broyles, Greene County, Tenn. 15 pp.
Letter from H. M. Green, Physician, Knoxville to Gov. Ben W. Hooper, August 13, 1912. Letter from Green, physician to Bessie Hamilton, concerning her murder by her husband Dennis Hamilton, currently a prisoner in the state penitentiary. Henry Morgan Green (1877-1939) was one of the leading African American physicians of Knoxville. It was largely through his efforts that the colored unit of Knoxville General Hospital was built. He was a leading authority on pellagra.
Medical diploma of Charles Meigs Cawood from Tulane University, 1889, + 1 page from an 1882 New York newspaper showing the Custom House in Knoxville.
Medical diploma of Charles Meigs Cawood from Tulane University, 1889 (located FL 09-24). The Daily Graphic newspaper, page 101 only: New York, 1882, showing Knoxville buildings including the Custom House (located FL 09-22). 2 items, gift of (Judge Houston Goddard?).
Small manuscript volume of Dr. Thomas Andrew West. 3 3/4 x 12” 1 vol. containing handwritten medical cures and formulas. First 14 pages have been cut out (may have contained patient information). A few small loose items are inserted between the pages. No date.
Small notebook (cover missing) with handwritten medical notes of Newton Franklin Phillips (1845-1883). Ca. 1869. He attended the University of Nashville, 1868-1869 Medicine.
1894 Physician’s visiting book (owner unknown--T.F. Fitzgerald?). Lists names, dates, charges.
Two photographic portraits of Dr. Herbert Acuff (died 1951), Knoxville physician. One portrait about 8x10” sepia toned portrait by Fabian Bachrach, Boston. In mat and presentation folder. Second photograph is sepia, 12.5 x 15.5”. Dr. Acuff from side angle, holding A Surgeon’s World (book). Separated from mat backing, signed (unreadable). Housed in 2 folders.
Receipt from Dr. Isaac Wright (author of Wright’s Family Medicine; Knoxville physician) for payment of medical fees due from the estate of Governor Joseph McMinn, deceased. Note by [Dr.] James King of Knoxville saying the fees charged were reasonable. Signed twice by Dr. Wright. 1826. ADS 1 pc. (2 pp.).
Richard Carr Kitzmiller (1831-1920) “Composition for Exhibition” [essay] Dec. 23, 1852 (outside title); “Absurd & Superstitious Notions-Result of Ignorance” Dec. 4, 1852, Sinking Creek, Sullivan County, Tenn. (Inside title) a prominent Sullivan County physician son of John and Louisa Devald Kitzmiller.