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Finding Aid for the Percival Bailey Personal Collection of Papers and Photographs.1902-1992
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Series 1. Personal Papers 1912-1978

Physical Description: 27 folders
Box 1, Folder 1

Curricula vitae and publications list. circa 1963-1965

Scope and Content Note

various editions of the c.v., the latest circa 1963; publications list, 1916-1965; some additional notes
Box 1, Folder 2

Entries for various "Who's Who" publications.

Scope and Content Note

"Who's Who in World Science", ca. 1939; "American Men & Women in Science, The Medical Sciences", after 1959; "Who Was Who", after 1973
Box 1, Folder 3

Biographical Prelude", by Ruth Anderson Tooze. circa 1968

Scope and Content Note

annotated typed draft (photocopy) of the introductory chapter of "Up from Little Egypt", by Percival Bailey
Box 1, Folder 4

Biographical memoranda. circa 1967

Scope and Content Note

typescript drafts: "Biography of Percival Bailey, M.D., Ph.D." (2 p.); "The Essays of Percival Bailey, M.D., Ph.D., 'Up From Little Egypt' " (4 p.)

Note

introductory material for publication of Dr. Bailey's volume of reminiscences; presumed author, Paul Bucy
Box 1, Folder 5

Tribute at the Chicago Literary Club, on the publication of "Up from Little Egypt". circa 1968

Scope and Content Note

typed drafts of biographical comments; some notes on the Chicago Literary Club
Box 1, Folder 6

Church and community involvements. 1945-1964

Scope and Content Note

the Baileys attended the First Congregational Church, Evanston, Illinois, and also had close connections with the Armenian Church and the Armenian community of Chicago; Dr. Bailey served as Clerk of Election for Cook County for the general election of November 6, 1956
Box 1, Folder 7

Southern Illinois University (formerly Southern Illinois State Normal University). 1912, 1953-1965

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Bailey's 1912 Commencement program; University alumni clippings
Box 1, Folder 8

Blood donations on behalf of Dr. Bailey. 1967

Scope and Content Note

various notes and lists
Box 1, Folder 9

Percival Bailey's book plate. undated

Box 1, Folder 10

Funeral directives for the family. 1961-1970

Scope and Content Note

registration form filled out for Dr. and Mrs. Bailey with The Chicago Memorial Association; information sheets from the Association
Box 1, Folder 11

Death certificate and certificate of cremation. 1973 August 10, 13

Box 1, Folder 12

Funeral and memorial service lists. 1973 August

Scope and Content Note

lists and notes prepared by Yevnigé Bailey (Mrs. Percival Bailey)
Box 1, Folder 13

Funeral home register. 1973 August 13

Box 1, Folder 14

Memorial service. 1973 August 15

Scope and Content Note

program of the service at First Congregational Church, Evanston, Illinois, with a statement of Dr. Bailey's personal credo; typescripts of eulogies by Drs. Roy R. Grinker, Sr., Paul C. Bucy, Joel Brumlik, Oscar Sugar, and Hajime Handa; group photographs
Box 1, Folder 15

Death notices, obituaries, and published memorials. 1973-1976

Scope and Content Note

signed published memorials: "The Anatomical Record" (by H.W. Magoun and C.D. Clemente); "Revista Española de Oto-Neuro-Oftalmologia y Neurocirugia" and "Archivos de Neurobiologia" (by Adolfo Ley); "Journal of Research and Training", Illinois Dept. Mental Health and and "The Psychiatric Examiner", Illinois Psychiatric Society (by R.R. Grinker, Sr.); "Biological Psychiatry) (by Paul C. Bucy); "Zeitschrift für Neurologie" (by G. Schaltenbrand); "Hoosharar", Armenian General Benevolent Union of America (by Arshalouise Bedrosian); "Ideggyogyaszati Szemle" (by Környey István); "Our Congregational Heritage" (by Dr. Bing)
Box 1, Folder 16

Condolence cards and letters received by Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1974

Physical Description: folder 1 of 5

Scope and Content Note

signed with first name only, or unidentifiable
Box 1, Folder 17

Condolence cards and letters received by Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1974

Physical Description: folder 2 of 5

Scope and Content Note

A-C
Box 1, Folder 18

Condolence cards and letters received by Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1974

Physical Description: folder 3 of 5

Scope and Content Note

D-J
Box 1, Folder 19

Condolence cards and letters received by Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1974

Physical Description: folder 4 of 5

Scope and Content Note

K-O
Box 1, Folder 20

Condolence cards and letters received by Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1974

Physical Description: folder 5 of 5

Scope and Content Note

P-Z
Box 1, Folder 21

Letters from Dr. Paul C. Bucy to Yevnigé Bailey. 1973-1975

Box 1, Folder 22

Letters to Yevnigé Bailey. 1953, 1974-1978

Box 1, Folder 23

Irene Anahid Bailey Freyer (1927- , daughter). 1927-1956, 1973

Scope and Content Note

letter to her mother, 1973; information on birth certificate; grade report; commencement program from Evanston Township High School, 1945, and diploma; Honors List for 1951 class from Syracuse University; ability and aptitude test scores
Box 1, Folder 24

Norman Alishen Bailey (1931- , son). 1949-1953, undated

Scope and Content Note

commencement program from Evanston Township High School, 1949; programs from high school and college drama productions and music recital; letter and a card to his father; ability and aptitude test scores
Box 1, Folder 25

Gift to University of Chicago. 1950

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledgment of monetary gift
Box 1, Folder 26

Miscellaneous family clippings and notes. 1952-1964, undated

Box 1, Folder 27

Clippings on politics, religion, science, entertainment, Armenia. 1953-1961, undated

 

Series 2. Honors and Awards 1949-1983

Physical Description: 12 folders
Box 1, Folder 28

Dr. Percival Bailey's 60th birthday celebration. 1952 May 30

Physical Description: folder 1 of 4

Scope and Content Note

booklet dedicated "To Dr. Percival Bailey on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, with the sincere affection, respect and admiration of his residents, pupils and friends": contains an appreciation by Dr. Paul C. Bucy, a copy of Dr. Bailey's curriculum vitae, society memberships, scholastic and professional honors and certificates, and a list of his residents and pupils; invitations to the Scientific Session and Luncheon in honor of Dr. Bailey at the University Club of Chicago, and to the Dinner at the South Shore Country Club, Chicago; program of the Scientific Session; typescript of remarks made by Dr. Georges Schaltenbrand; photograph of Drs. Alajouanine, Schaltenbrand, and Bailey shaking hands, signed by each

Note

items removed from scrapbook
Box 1, Folder 29

Dr. Percival Bailey's 60th birthday celebration. 1952 May 30

Physical Description: folder 2 of 4

Scope and Content Note

letters of congratulation

Note

items removed from scrapbook
Box 1, Folder 30

Dr. Percival Bailey's 60th birthday celebration. 1952 May 30

Physical Description: folder 3 of 4

Scope and Content Note

cards and telegrams of congratulation; newspaper clippings

Note

items removed from scrapbook
Box 1, Folder 31

Dr. Percival Bailey's 60th birthday celebration. 1952 May 30

Physical Description: folder 4 of 4

Scope and Content Note

leather-bound guestbook, signed by ca. 120 guests attending the dinner
Box 1, Folder 32

Unveiling of Dr. Percival Bailey's portrait. 1957 October 5

Scope and Content Note

typed draft and a printed copy of a booklet presented as a keepsake at the unveiling ceremony at University of Illinois College of Medicine; photographs of: the illustrations for Dr. Bailey's speech; Dr. Bailey viewing his portrait; Mrs. Bailey and the portrait; head shot of Edmund Giesbert, painter of the portrait, and Mr. Giesbert in a museum setting; Dr. Bailey and Mr. Giesbert; group photographs
Box 1, Folder 33

Percival Bailey Lectures (Professor Percival Bailey Educational Project). 1958, 1960-1969, 1983

Scope and Content Note

list of donors to the Professor Percival Bailey Educational Project, 1958; invitations and speaker and/or group photographs for the Percival Bailey Lectures, given by his pupils and friends in his honor, for lectures no. 1-10, 1960-1969 (except for lecture nos. 8-9; invitation only for no. 10); reprint of "A tale of two drugs: urea and chymopapain", by Manucher J. Javid, M.D., the 1982 Percival Bailey Oration presented to the Central Neurosurgical Society, Chicago, 1982; a reprint from "Surgical Neurology" 18(4), Oct. 1982, of "Manucher J. Javid, M.D.", by Glenn A. Meyer, which mentions Dr. Bailey as his teachers and mentor; photograph of the Committee of the Percival Bailey Educational Project, second lecture, 1961: Rudy, Bailey, Sugar, Bucy, Klüver, Bashes, Grinker

Note

the Percival Bailey lecturers from 1960 on were: Dr. Lauretta Bender, Dr. Benjamin Pasamanick, Dr. Heinrich Klüver [because of Dr. Klüver's illness Dr. Ralph Gerard was the speaker], Dr. Curt P. Richter, Dr. Henri Baruk, Dr. Joel Elkes, D. Roger W. Sperry, Dr. Paul C. Bucy, no. 9 unknown, Dr. Henri Baruk
Box 1, Folder 34

Dedication of the Percival Bailey Laboratories of Neuropsychology at Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago. 1968 April 19

Scope and Content Note

cover letter from Dr. Roy R. Grinker, Sr., Director of the Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Institute at Michael Reese; news release from Michael Reese; newspaper clippings; two 8x10" photographs of Drs. Bailey and Grinker in the doorway of the Percival Bailey Laboratories, and a group at the reception
Box 1, Folder 35

Gift to the University of Illinois Library of the Health Sciences, Chicago. 1974 April 22

Scope and Content Note

program and proceedings of the dedication of the new building for the Library; "Medical Center News" story with photo of ; typescript of Prof. Norman A. Bailey's comments on presenting Dr. Bailey's memorabilia to the library; correspondence; "A catalog of the Percival Bailey Collection of Neurology & Psychiatry", Chicago, 1973

Note

Dr. Bailey contributed memorabilia and over 700 volumes to the Library; some of his colleagues contributed funds for the production of the catalog
Box 1, Folder 36

Lectureships. 1953-1962

Scope and Content Note

McArthur Lecture, Chicago, 1953 - dinner guest list; D.J. Davis Lecture on Medical History, University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1962 - invitation
Box 1, Folder 37

Academic honors. 1949-1963

Scope and Content Note

Docteur honoris causa, University of Paris, 1949; Doctor of Science, Southern Illinois University, 1952; Doctor of Science, University of Chicago, 1951; Distinguished Service Award, Medical Alumni, University of Chicago, 1957; Alumni Achievement Award, Southern Illinois University, 1958; Doctor of Laws, Chicago Medical School, 1963; Distinguished Professor of Neurology and Neurological Surgery, University of Illinois; Golden Apple award for outstanding teaching, University of Illinois College of Medicine; photograph of Dr. Bailey receiving an academic honor ["International College" is written on print, no further identification]
Box 1, Folder 38

Professional society honors. 1953-1971

Scope and Content Note

President, American Neurological Association, 1953; Honorary Fellow, North Pacific Society of Neurology and Psychiatry, 1953; Honorary Foreign Member, Association of British Neurologists, 1961; President, Illinois Psychiatric Society, 1954-1955, certificate awarded, 1970; Distinguished Service Award, The Society of Neurological Surgeons, 1971

Note

for a photo of the American Neurological Association officers, see Box 2, Folder XXXold 38
Box 1, Folder 39

Other honors. 1954-1956

Scope and Content Note

"Modern Medicine" Award for Distinguished Achievement, 1954; elected to National Academy of Sciences, 1955; Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur de France, 1956
 

Series 3. Professional and Personal Writings 1935-1972

Physical Description: 29 folders
Box 1, Folder 40

Autobiographical accounts. 1966, undated

Physical Description: 23 p.

Scope and Content Note

typed pages (paged as p.36-58, covering ca. 1937-1966) of an autobiography focused mainly on travels, family vacations and doings, and other non-work-related activities [many of the pages parallel "South of the border", "West to the Rising Sun", and "An Armenian passa..."]; five-page "Chronicle of my life", a short chronological account, mostly of whereabouts and travels; short account of scientific interests; curriculum vitae - very sparse yearly account, 1892-1966
Box 1, Folder 41

"South of the Border". undated

Physical Description: 15 p.

Scope and Content Note

several drafts, typescript and manuscript

Note

account of a trip to Mexico City and countryside in 1944
Box 1, Folder 42

"Haci Bektaş Veli". undated

Physical Description: 34 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript

Note

essay on Turkish/Armenian racial and cultural backgrounds and the importance of the Persian humanist and philosopher [known also as Haji Bektash Veli or Hajji Bektash Wali, ca. 1209-1271], on the development of a modern Turkey
Box 1, Folder 43

"Needles, thimbles". undated

Physical Description: 32 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript and some manuscript pages

Note

story of his wife's family's settling in the United States; note on first page: "merged with, or title changed to Albert Coffeegrounds, or First voyage of an Armenian Sinbad"
Box 1, Folder 44

"Zeitoun". 1935

Physical Description: 30 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript

Note

Armenian history; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Oct. 21, 1935
Box 1, Folder 45

"Sisvan". 1940

Scope and Content Note

typescript, read before the Chicago Literary Club, Jan. 8, 1940

Note

Armenian history; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Jan. 8, 1940
Box 1, Folder 46

"Forty days of Musa Dagh". 1945

Physical Description: 25 p.

Scope and Content Note

manuscript pages; letter from John Nuveen, Jr., to Dr. Bailey

Note

essay on Franz Werfel's novel "Die Vierzig Tage des Musa Dagh", published in 1933 and first translated into English in 1934; to quote Bailey, "This stirring novel is a better propaganda for the Armenian people than they have ever been able to devise for themselves."
Box 1, Folder 47

"West to the Rising Sun". 1950

Physical Description: 37 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript

Note

essay about Dr. Bailey's weeks as an Expert Consultant to the U. S. Army Medical Corps in the Philippines and Japan in 1948; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Oct. 23, 1940; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 1, Folder 48

"Pepper Pot". 1952

Physical Description: 36 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript, two versions

Note

some "illuminating anecdotes" of Dr. Bailey's interactions with Harvey William Cushing; read before the Chicago Literary Club, March 30, 1952
Box 1, Folder 49

"M'sieu Bellay". 1953, circa 1968

Physical Description: 30 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript, two versions; three group photographs of student parties; two photos of left bank bookstalls, taken at a later date

Note

reminiscences about a year of medical study in Paris, 1921-1922; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Nov. 13, 1953; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 1

"Der Herr Professor". circa 1968

Physical Description: 30 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript

Note

essay about Dr. Bailey's 1932 sabbatical in Breslau, Germany, with Professor Otfrid Förster; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Oct. 4, 1954; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 2

"Sister Ethelrita". 1959

Physical Description: 28 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript

Note

essay on being a Surgical House Officer, Mercy Hospital, Chicago, 1918-1919; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 3

"Ol Doc Artin" 1960

Physical Description: 35 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript plus two manuscript pages

Note

memories of the home-town doctor; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Dec. 5, 1960; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 4

"Ol Southern". 1961

Physical Description: 37 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript

Note

partly an autobiographical account of early years and education, partly a historical account of the institutional changes Southern Teachers College underwent to become Southern Illinois University; essentially only the autobiographical part [first twenty pages] were read before the Chicago Literary Club, October 23, 1961 and published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 5

"A fantasied inaugural lesson: a brief account of my philosophy of psychiatry and how I derived it". 1963

Physical Description: 33 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript, two versions
Box 2, Folder 6

"Schöne Aussicht". 1953

Physical Description: 31 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript, three versions

Note

record of an automobile trip from Würzburg. Germany, to Lisbon, Portugal, with Dr. Georges Schaltenbrand (German neurologist), his wife and son, and Dr. Bailey and his wife and son in the party
Box 2, Folder 7

"Janet and Freud". 1955

Physical Description: 5 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript of introduction to Dr. Bailey's Presidential Address to the Illinois Psychiatric Society, Chicago, May 8, 1955

Note

shortened version of the address was published in "Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry", 76(1): 76-89, 1956; Dr. Bailey studies with Pierre Janet in Paris, 1925-1926
Box 2, Folder 8

"Thudichum - a search for the spirit". 1958

Physical Description: 16 p.

Scope and Content Note

two typescripts

Note

essay on Johann Ludwig Wilhelm Thudichum's love of good wine, food and music [physician and biochemist, 1829-1901, who also wrote a treatise on viticulture and oenology]
Box 2, Folder 9

"The seat of the soul". 1959

Physical Description: 15 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript

Note

published in "Perspectives in Biology and Medicine", 1959, 2:417-441, 1959
Box 2, Folder 10

Three lectures on Sigmund Freud. 1962, undated

Scope and Content Note

typescripts of: 1. "Story of a visionary who tried to be a scientist: Sigmund Freud, scientific period (1873-1897)" - read before the Armenian Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, Sep. 25, 1962; 2. "Sigmund Freud, 1873-1897: scientific period" - presented at Conference on Conditioning Therapy, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 13, 1962; 3. "Cryptic borrower", undated
Box 2, Folder 11

"An Armenian pessa in the shadow of Ararat". 1963

Physical Description: 17 p.

Scope and Content Note

three typescript versions, and a published version from "The Armenian Mirror-Spectator", 31(22), December 7, 1963; four snapshots: group in front of Armenian Hospital for Mentally Ill, Yerevan; Lake Sevan monastery; new homes in rural district outside Yerevan

Note

a description of the visit Dr. Bailey and his wife made to Yerevan, on the invitation of the Armenian Academy of Sciences to lecture to the All-Union Congress of Physiology
Box 2, Folder 12

18th Annual Address, Armenian Church Youth Organization. 1964 September 6

Scope and Content Note

one page of handwritten notes
Box 2, Folder 13

"Eulogium magistrorum meorum". 1964-1965

Physical Description: 35 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript; reprint; portrait photographs [mounted on cardboard] of Percival Bailey, Stella Orr (Bailey's mother), Charles Belva, Walter Upton (cousin), Gephart [also Gebhard] Bailey (uncle), Martha Buck (teacher), Henry William Shryock, Carlos Eben Allen, Harvey Carr, George W. Bartelmez, Julius Grinker, Harvey Cushing, Pierre Janet, Gaetan Gatian de Clérambault, and Johannes Gregorius Dusser de Barenne

Note

essay on the important mentors in Dr. Bailey's life; read before the Chicago Literary Club, April 20, 1965, and published in "Perspectives in Biology and Medicine", 1965, 8(1): 311-334; also published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 14

"Harun al-Rashid". 1966

Physical Description: 32 p.

Scope and Content Note

printed as The Chicago Literary Club "Club Paper" LXXIV, 1966; manuscript sheet titled "Haroun ar Rashid", with a quote from Joseph Petulengro [fictional character]

Note

autobiographical essay; read before the Chicago Literary Club, Apr. 11 1966; also published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969 with title spelled "Haroun al Raschid"
Box 2, Folder 15

Book review of "L'Inconscient" by Henri Ey. 1967

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of annotated typescript, published in "Archives of General Psychiatry", 17(1):122-126, 1967
Box 2, Folder 16

"The future of neurology". 1967

Scope and Content Note

typescript and reprint of a chapter in "Zukunft der Neurologie", ed. by Hans Georg Bammer, Georg Thieme, Stuttgart, 1967
Box 2, Folder 17

"In the footsteps of Esquirol". circa 1968

Physical Description: 14 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript

Note

essay on Dr. Bailey's second year of study in France, 1925, when he focused on psychiatry; published in "Up from Little Egypt", 1969
Box 2, Folder 18

"Eulogium discipulorum meorum". circa 1968

Physical Description: 26 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript; two manuscript pages: "Domestic disciples, U.S.A.", and "Foreign disciples"

Note

short enumeration of the career paths of about 76 of Dr. Bailey's "disciples, that is, men whom I have tried to mould into scholars"; short summaries of the careers of 16 of these individuals; four folders (Box X, nos. XX-XX) contain cover letters, c.v.'s, bibliographies and other documents from many of Dr. Bailey's former pupils, gathered as material for this essay
Box 2, Folder 19

Preface to "Sigmund le tourmenté: une tragédie en trois actes", by Théophile Alajouanine. 1972

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript of the English version of Dr. Alajouanine's preface to the French edition of Dr. Bailey's book: "Sigmund the unserene: a tragedy in three acts", Springfield, Ill., Thomas, 1965
 

Series 4. Professional Life 1949-1992

Physical Description: 18 folders
Box 2, Folder 20

"Discussion of Noordij's paper at C.N.P.A.". 1956 October

Physical Description: 2 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript
Box 2, Folder 21

Ground-breaking ceremony for new Illinois State Psychiatric Hospital. 1956 October 19

Physical Description: 3 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript of Dr. Bailey's remarks

Note

for photographs, see Box 2, Folder XX
Box 2, Folder 22

Remarks at the 25th Anniversary of the Bobs Robert Hospital, Chicago. 1956 October 13

Physical Description: 5 p.

Scope and Content Note

typescript
Box 2, Folder 23

Celebration honoring the retirement of Dr. Lester Dragstedt. 1959 May 28

Physical Description: 14 p.

Scope and Content Note

annotated typescript and manuscript pages

Note

Dr. Bailey was the Toastmaster for the occasion
Box 2, Folder 24

Dedication and unveiling of a portrait of Francis J. Gerty, M.D. 1966 January 12

Scope and Content Note

typescript of the proceedings, with Dr. Bailey's tribute on p.12-16; photographs of the Gerty portrait, the speakers, and guests
Box 2, Folder 25

Illinois Department of Public Welfare and Department of Mental Health. 1949-1968

Physical Description:

Scope and Content Note

seven-page typescript historical report, with recommendations for the future, signed by Percival Bailey (ca. 1959), focused on the Illinois State Psychopathic Institute and the Psychiatric Research Council; newspaper clipping on Dr. Bailey's appointment as research consultant to the Dept. of Public Welfare and Director of the Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute; carbon of typed page headed "Department of Mental Health, Division of Research Services", stating that Dr. Bailey retired in 1967 because of ill health; additional communications, programs, and clippings

Note

at the time of Dr. Bailey's report he was Director of the Illinois State Psychopathic Institute and Research Consultant to the Department of Public Welfare; for photographs related to these institutions, see Box 2, Folders xxx-xxx
Box 2, Folder 26

"Percival Bailey Museum" of neuropathology specimens. 1973, 1981

Scope and Content Note

correspondence re. disposition of the collection; news note in Loyola University Medical Center bulletin "Stethoscope" re. the housing of the collection in the Center (March 10, 1981)
Box 2, Folder 27

Speeches and lectures. 1942-1963

Scope and Content Note

announcements, programs, and clippings concerning professional and public presentations by Dr. Bailey
Box 2, Folder 28

Articles and clippings about, or mentioning, Dr. Bailey. 1965-1969, undated

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2
Box 2, Folder 29

Articles and clippings about, or mentioning, Dr. Bailey. 1979-1992

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Note

this material was collected by Yevnigé Bailey
Box 2, Folder 30

Tributes to Dr. Andy Hall, oldest practicing Illinois physician. 1955-1961

Scope and Content Note

souvenir program to "Dr. Andy Dinner", 1955; clippings

Note

Dr. Bailey was a "Dr. Andy Baby"
Box 2, Folder 31

Professional and academic miscellanea. 1953-1965

Scope and Content Note

programs, announcements, clippings
Box 2, Folder 32

"Goethe und Freud", by Henry von Witzleben. 1966

Scope and Content Note

reprint from "Studium Generale", 19(10): 606-617, 1966

Note

inscribed by the author "To Percy - for his enlightenment (prognosis guarded!), Henry"
Box 2, Folder 33

Career information from Dr. Bailey's former students, U.S. A-D. 1968

Physical Description: folder 1 of 3

Scope and Content Note

curriculum vitae, bibliographies, other documents, and letters
Box 2, Folder 34

Career information from Dr. Bailey's former students, U.S. F-J. 1968

Physical Description: folder 2 of 3

Scope and Content Note

Curriculum vitae, bibliographies, other documents, and letters
Box 2, Folder 35

Career information from Dr. Bailey's former students, U.S. L-W. 1968

Physical Description: folder 3 of 3

Scope and Content Note

Curriculum vitae, bibliographies, other documents, and letters
Box 2, Folder 36

Career information from Dr. Bailey's former students, foreign. 1968

Scope and Content Note

Curriculum vitae, bibliographies, other documents, and letters
Box 2, Folder 37

"A psycic [sic] analysis of the American Neur. Ass." by Milt Gross. undated

Scope and Content Note

photographs of seventeen caricatures of eminent neurologists, including Percival Bailey

Note

removed from black paper scrapbook
 

Series 5. General Correspondence 1946-1973

Physical Description: 3 folders
Box 2, Folder 38

Various correspondents. 1946-1973

Scope and Content Note

includes notes from Gov. Adlei E. Stevenson, 11/11/52, 11/17/56; Sen. Paul H. Douglas, 1/16/59
Box 2, Folder 39

Orville T. Bailey, M.D. 1973

Scope and Content Note

letter from O.T. Bailey (no relation) with typescript of his essay "How fair the meadows are today", read to the Chicago Literary Club on Ladies' Night, May 21, 1973

Note

O.T.Bailey (1909-1998), a neuropathologist, and P. Bailey were both at Peter Bent Brigham Young Hospital in the early 1930s, where their mail was frequently confused; in 1959, PB was instrumental in bringing OTB to the University of Illinois Medical School; they were both longtime members of the Chicago Literary Club
Box 2, Folder 40

Request from Library of Congress for portrait photograph. 1973

 

Series 8. Photographs 1902-1973

Physical Description: 23 folders
Box 2, Folder 41

Percival Bailey. 1914-circa 1971

Scope and Content Note

twenty-six studio portraits and snapshots; one pencil sketch portrait - "for Percy, Xmas 1957" [signed, but signature unidentifiable]
Box 2, Folder 42

Percival Bailey and wife, Yevnigé. circa 1970-1973

Scope and Content Note

snapshots taken in the Bailey home
Box 2, Folder 43

Early photographs of Dr. Bailey with family and schoolmates. 1910-1911, undated

Scope and Content Note

PB with mother and siblings, ca. age 10; PB and [brother] Paul; PB and siblings at ca. age 18; members of Buckskin School, Beaver Creek Township, Illinois, PB ages ca. 8 and 10; PB and schoolmates, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1910; PB and young lady, Carbondale, 1911;
Box 2, Folder 44

Immediate and extended family photos. 1920, undated

Scope and Content Note

mother Stella; younger brother, Paul; "Sister Bessie in front"; father, in Army uniform; Aunt Wilhelmina; wife Yevnigé and siblings [?]; views of Hinterstadel, Baden, Germany, where great-grandfather Boehler was born; Mrs. Bailey's cousin Jennie; group shot of "my cousins" including Jennie; [family or close family friends]: persons identified mostly by first names - includes two snaps with PB, taken at the Second International Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Washington, D.C., 1961; PB, Sister Genevieve and sister Bessie
Box 2, Folder 45

Dr. Bailey at the University of Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute. 1943-1945, 1961, undated

Scope and Content Note

eight snapshots in his office, operating room, with a patient, at microscope, etc.
Box 2, Folder 46

Galesburg State Hospital, Galesburg, Illinois. 1953-1963

Scope and Content Note

PB speaking at opening of Thudichum Psychiatric Research Laboratory, Galesburg State Hospital, Oct. 17, 1953; John Chapman, Illinois Lt. Governor, reading at the 10th Anniversary of Galesburg State Hospital, Oct. 21, 1960; Galesburg, April 30, 1963 - PB and staff
Box 2, Folder 47

Dr. Bailey at the Illinois State Psychopathic Institute. 1953, 1958

Scope and Content Note

"my girls", Illinois State Psychopathic Institute, 1953; final Christmas Party, 1958 - PB and staff
Box 2, Folder 48

Dr. Bailey at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute. 1956-1964

Scope and Content Note

four snapshots taken at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Illinois State Psychiatric Hospital, 1956; color photo of Francis J. Gerty reading at the dedication of the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute building, 1959 [photo mislabeled as having occurred at the ground breaking]; first operation at Illinois State Psychiatric Institute - Penfield, Bailey, Rudy, Barchiesi at window; Penfield, Evans, Bailey at window; PB with crown of leaves "Celebration after operation"; views of the Institute Buildings; Clinicopathological Conference, March 28, 1961 - group photo with PB; presentation of PB's portrait to the Institute, Oct. 21. 1961 - Dr. Bailey at microphone; composite of twelve male portraits including PB - Illinois Psychiatric Research and Training Authority, 1964; group photo at the signing of the law setting up the Psychiatric Training and Research Authority, with Governor Stratton, Representative van der Vries, and Drs. Bailey, Bettag, Garner, and Genty
Box 2, Folder 49

Dr. Bailey's birthdays. 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965 May 9

Scope and Content Note

snapshots of Dr. Bailey with co-workers and friends
Box 2, Folder 50

Dr. Bailey with colleagues and friends. 1951-1963, undated

Scope and Content Note

PB with Miller and Strauss, ca. 1951; three photographs of Warren McCulloch, PB, and Gerhardt von Bonin in various laboratory settings, ca. 1940; PB and Illinois State Hospital superintendants, 1952; PB and [probably] Dr. Schaltenbrand, Würzburg, 1953; PB and colleagues, entrance to the Academy of Medicine, Seville, Spain, Sep. 1953; PB and Marianne Simmel, Oct. 1954; Officers of the American Neurological Association: PB, Bucy, Vanderahe, Merritt, Rupp, 1955; PB and Dr. Schaltenbrand, Apr. 1956; PB and Mr. Barsumian looking over plans for Armenian Church; PB and Paul Bucy in back yard, 1960; PB and N.I. Grashchenkov, Prof. of Neurology, Moscow, Sep. 12, 1960; Dr. and Mrs. Bailey and unidentified man in gardens at Charenton, 1962; PB and Ruby, Masier, Massserman, Grossman, Marky, Kelly, Gerty, Smith, Sugar, Grinker, Richter, Bucy, Klüver, Oct. 1963; PB and Residents Graduating Class, June, 1965; PB with experimental psychology staff; PB and John Lee
Box 2, Folder 51

Portraits inscribed to Dr. Bailey. undated

Scope and Content Note

Heinrich Klüver; Otfrid Foerster; Henri Baruk
Box 2, Folder 52

Boyhood friends. undated

Scope and Content Note

portraits of Lester Dragstedt, Guy Gladson, Guy Karraker, W. W. Vandeveer, and various snapshots
Box 2, Folder 53

Society of Neurological Surgeons meeting, Phoenix, Arizona. 1971 February 16

Scope and Content Note

four photographs; one group includes Drs. Green, Nielsen, Sugar, Bucy, French, Sweet
Box 2, Folder 54

Latin-American Neurosurgical Congress, Montevideo (Congreso Latinoamericano de Neurocirugía, 6th). 1955

Scope and Content Note

three photographs: PB at speaker's table; landing at Montevideo with Suzanna Ravecca; with Dr. Arana at his home
Box 2, Folder 55

Portraits of French psychiatrists and neurologists, etc. undated

Scope and Content Note

Henri Baruk, 1897-1999; Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825-1893; Henri Claude, 1869-1945; Gaetan G. de Clérambault, 1872-1934; Pierre Janet, 1859-1947; Louis René Bréhier, 1868-1951 [historian] - newspaper clipping
Box 2, Folder 56

Portraits of Dr. Bailey's students. 1954-1959, undated

Scope and Content Note

forty-one identity photographs from various years: William Adams; John Andrew; Chisato Araki; Jose Barras; John Blundell; F. Keith Bradford; Paul C. Bucy; Theodore J. Case; Jerzy Chorobski; Jose M. Cid; Ralph Cloward; Marul[?] David; Carl J. Graf; Sidney W. Gross; Wesley Gustafson; Wallace B. Hamby; Henry Harkins; W. Tracy Haverfield; Rei Hayashi; Harold E. Haymond; Jesse Hermann; Kenji Kanaka; Stephan Környey; Fred Kredel; Adolfo Ley Garcia; Paul M. Levin; Miserocchi; John E. A. O'Connell; Ivan Perez; Pierre Pnech [?]; Manuel Sanchez; Arist Stender; William H. Sweet; A. Earl Walker; James W. Watts; five unidentified photos
Box 2, Folder 57

Photographs of Japanese students and colleagues. 1965, undated

Scope and Content Note

Dr. and Mrs. Shozo Kito; Dr. Shigeo Okinaka; Dr. and Mrs. Y.S. Kim; Dr. and/or Mrs. Bailey with Dr. and/or Mrs. Morii, 1965; Dr. Chisato Araki and family; Dr. Tanaka and son; scene in operating room, with notation "The first memorial craniotomy at my own clinic since I returned, 1953" - but no identification

Note

for 1953 letter from Y. Kim to Mrs. Bailey, see Box 1, Folder XXX; additional photos of these and other Japanese colleagues can be found in other folders
Box 2, Folder 58

Photograph album. 1928-1948

Scope and Content Note

p.1: PB portrait, 1932; PB and Dr. Schaltenbrand, Würzburg, 1938; p.2: Luzon, 1948; p.3: PB at Pathology conference, Billings, 1933; Lester Dragstedt, 1933; p.4: Luzon, 1948; p.5: Dr. Eisenberg, Wien; p.6: Luzon, 1948; p.7: Bremer and apraxic patient; Rei Hayashi, Billings Lab.; p.8: Shimizu and Tanaka, Kamakura, 1948; priest in garden near Great Buddha, Kamakura, 1948; p.9: Sanchez, Baz, Bailey, Mexico, D.F., 1943; p.10: Kamakura; p.11: Reese, Bailey, Waltman, Kansas City; p.12: Bailey and Araki, Kyoto, 1948; p.13: Nan Thomas; Florence Cloward; p.14: Kyoto; Kamakura; p.15: Bessie and Sister Genevieve, 1939; apartment, 1413 E. 57th Street; p.16: Kyoto, 1948; p.17: Mexico, D.F., 1943; p.18: Araki's wife and daughter; PB, 1942; p.19: PB, 1932; PB, Lab., I.N.I., 1942; p.20: Rhine, McLeensboro, Ill.; George Schaltenbrand and children; p.21: PB, lecture, U. of Ill. 1950; Bailey and Ectors, Lab., Billings Hosp.; p.22: Bailey, Cloward, Waikiki Beach, 1948; PB off Waikiki, 1948; p.23: PB, Surg. Lab., Brigham, 1928; p.24: Sister Genevieve; Honolulu, Governor's party; p.25: Walker, Haverfield, Bailey, Lab. Billings; p.26: Florence, Ralph, PB, Honolulu; Cloward Family picnic; p.27: Frederic Bremer, Brussels, 1946; p.28: Cloward, off Waikiki; p.29: George Schaltenbrand, inscribed to PB, 1948; p.30: Oahu, 1948; half page: [bearded male in foreign military uniform, Red Cross band on arm - unreadable signature]; verso of half page: Cloward and daughters, PB, Oahu, 1948; p.31: Martha Buck, my teacher; p.32: Waikiki, 1948; p.33: Basil Coleman, Hyatt Harvey; p.34: Araki and family, Kyoto, 1948; p.35: PB, Surg. Lab. Brigham, 1928; Shimizu and family; Shimizu and wife; p. 36: Araki and family, Kyoto, 1948; p.37: Bill and Gerry Guyton; Billy Guyton; p. 38: Surgical Staff, Kyoto University, 1948
Box 2, Folder 59

Disassembled photograph album #1.

Scope and Content Note

p.1: postcards: log cabin where Pres. Lincoln' parents were married, Kentucky; Mississippi River from Ft. Kaskaskia; First Capitol of Illinois, Kaskaskia; Pierrie Menard Home, Ft. Gage, Illinois; p.2: PB and surgical nurse's at her 20th anniversary party; Sister Mary Genevieve; home of Miss Martha Buck [teacher] taken 40 years later, Highland, Illinois, 1952; Christmas card with two photos of Cpl. Percival Hamilton, 1943; p.3: female portrait [Mrs. Don Sands?]; group shot, Leon Ectors and the King of Belgium; p.4: portrait of George Boris Hassin in military uniform, 1920; Dr. Hassin in Russia, 1920; "Greetings from 3 generations of Bassoes [?]"; p.5: Andrew Ivy, Rush [Medical School], 1922; portrait of unidentified young man
Box 2, Folder 60

Disassembled photograph album #2.

Scope and Content Note

p.1: inscription on marble plaque at entrance of Neurological Institute, Lisbon; postcard of Chateau de Chalouse, "Country house of Alajouanine"; p.2: Otto L. Bettag, "1st lecture", 1960; Slicer and Morrisey, "Tweedledee and Tweedledum"; p.3: Dr. Norman Dott [neurosurgeon, 1899-1973; Dott and unidentified man at the unveiling of Dr. Dott's portrait, 1960; p.4: PB and two unidentified men, Veterans Administration Hospital, August 2, 1954; p.5: 90th birthday of C. Judson Herrick. Oct. 5, 1958 - group photo, members identified; Peter Virag [Chicago Jewelry store owner]; portrait of Dorothy Schmidt Galloway; Edward Artin, son of "Ol Doc Artin"; p.6: "the first furnischädel [?] I operated on, Brigham [Hospital], 1922, PB"; p.7: operation in unidentified operating room; p.8: three snapshots - "70th birthday, Miss Tress, Miss Muromski, Miss Kahn, May 9, 1962";
Box 2, Folder 61

Disassembled photograph album #3. 1936-1965

Scope and Content Note

p.1: Heinrich Klüver, Xmas 1962; Cannon Payne; painted portrait of Sir Francis Walshe [1885-1973, British neurologist]; man in front of Bailey portrait [Bucy?]; snapshot of man, 1936; p.2: three snapshots from Masserman's 60th birthday party, March 5, 1965 - identified are Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, Rioch, Dr. and Mrs. Bashes; p.3: Presbyterian Church and Baptist Church, both in Evanston, Illinois; unidentified building [church?]; p.4: Michelle and Mary Bush, Yokosuka Naval Hospital, Japan, Dec. 8, 1965
Box 2, Folder 62

Disassembled photograph album #4.

Scope and Content Note

p.1: group photo, including Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, outdoor setting; p.2: three shots of banquet head table, Dr. Bucy speaking, Dr. Bailey receiving an honor from German Consul Matz, Feb. 28, 1962 [occasion unidentified]; p.3: informal group of attendees at scientific conference, Drs. Bailey and Y.S. Kim in center front; small snapshot of Drs. Kim and Bucy at banquet, same conference [occasion unidentified]; p.4: Dr. Heinrich Klüver, July 24, 1965; unidentified male head shot; two snapshots of PB with unidentified males, one dated May 1957; snapshot of "oldtime motel"; large group of doctors and nurses, unidentified, circa 1920
Box 2, Folder 63

Snapshot album. undated

Scope and Content Note

Old hotel in Elizabethtown, Ill.; Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, Baptist Camp Meeting Ground, So. Ill.; Guy Karraker readied for a Dongola, Ill. celebration - two pictures; old house where escaped slaves were hidden, So. Ill.