Finding Aid for the Webb Haymaker Founders of Neurology archive. 1946-1978

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Webb Haymaker Founders of Neurology archive.,
Date (inclusive): 1946-1978
Collection number: 421
Creator: Haymaker, Webb, M.D. 1902-1984
Extent: 9.33 linear ft., 8 cartons plus 1 lantern slide box, 573 folders, 10 lantern slides
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library History and Special Collections for the Sciences
Los Angeles, California 90095-1490
Abstract: Much of this collection consists of correspondence, texts, and photographs created and gathered for an exhibit about individuals important in the history of basic and clinical neuroscience. The materials of this multi-authored, international endeavor were expanded, under leadership and editing by Webb Haymaker and backing by the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and the Army Medical Library, U.S.A., into a printed volume of 133 biographical sketches, portraits, and short bibliographies, titled "The Founders of Neurology". The Haymaker archive also contains over 700 portraits of the attendees at the 4th International Congress of Neurology, Paris, 1949, for which the original exhibit was created, plus portraits of numerous other individuals of interest to Haymaker. Correspondence folders from Dr. Haymakers files, limited mostly to the years 1949-1963, make up the other sizeable part of this collection. These give not only a revealing picture of Haymaker's generous, ever energetic and ever creative personality, but also show someone closely engaged in the U.S.'s post-World War II endeavor to reestablish contact with, and give aid to, the scientific establishment in Europe and Asia.
Physical location: Restricted cage, Biomedical Library History and Special Collections for the Sciences Division, University of California, Los Angeles
Language of Material: Collection materials in English, German, French

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Property rights in the physical objects belong to the UCLA Biomedical Library. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish if the Biomedical Library does not hold the copyright.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Webb Haymaker Founders of Neurology archive., 421, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library History and Special Collections for the Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles.

Acquisition Information

Dr. Haymaker made his first deposit of papers, photographs, and lantern slides to the UCLA Biomedical Library in 1961. Further materials were added over the years until 1978.

Biography

Webb Edward Haymaker was born in 1902 and died in 1984. After his undergraduate years at Clemson College and the College of Charleston, SC, he entered the Medical College of South Carolina and received his M.D. degree in 1928. In 1934 Dr. Wilder Penfield invited him to become a Fellow at the newly created Montreal Neurological Institute. Haymaker spent a year there, earned an MSc degree from McGill University, and met fellow scientist Evelyn Anderson, PhD, whom he married in 1936. For six years he taught neuroanatomy at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco and University of California, Berkeley. In 1942 he was commissioned a First Lieutenant in the Army Medical Corps and assigned to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), in Washington, D.C. There he remained for approximately 20 years, rising to the rank of Lt. Colonel, then as civilian Chief of the Neuropathology Branch. Among his many influential publications during these years, he guided and edited a compilation of 133 biographical sketches of pioneering luminaries in neurology, "The Founders of Neurology"; this volume grew from an exhibit created for the 4th International Congress of Neurology, Paris, 1949. In 1961 Dr. Haymaker became Assistant Director for Life Sciences, then Senior Scientist, at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, focusing his research on the biological effects of heavy cosmic ray particles, especially on the brain.
This short, bald account may be accurate as to major milestones, but conveys too little about the remarkable individual being described. Dr. Haymaker was a person of intense intellectual curiosity and ability, coupled with apparently unlimited energy and charm, someone who endeavored to aid every person who turned to him for advice or assistance, but also someone with a sense of humor to leaven the intensity of his supercharged life.
Being, in his own words, "not a person to have his eyes glued to books", Haymaker interspersed education with going to sea, rising from ordinary seaman to helmsman on a four-masted schooner. In the break after his first year of medical school he crewed on a freighter, but jumped ship in Bremerhaven because he wanted to explore European education. He spent one semester at the University of Würzburg and the next at the University of Vienna, earning certificates in Anatomy and Physiology. Then he returned to the U.S. to complete a standard medical course - M.D., internship, residency in Pathology, further clinical/research work. After that he really began traveling, now more focused on seeking new ideas, new techniques in neurology and pathology. Haymaker spent a year in Paris, half as a hospital intern, half at the University to study CNS tissue culture. Then back to the U.S. for a year as Director of Laboratories in a state sanatorium. Next came Penfield's invitation and Canada for a year, London for two years, Madrid for a few weeks (cut short by the Spanish Revolution); later Haymaker wrote "these were the days when no aspiring neurologist should fail to reach these ... meccas." The traveling never stopped, and he seemed to enjoy it despite occasional exhaustion. After the end of World War II, official trips to Japan and South America were added to numerous assignments in Europe.
Dr. Haymaker was a graceful and prolific writer and a dedicated editor. In addition to his numerous scientific papers and reports he authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited a number of major integrative works in neurology (e.g., "Hypothalamus", "Histology and Histopathology of the Nervous System", "Peripheral Nerve Injuries") and in the history of neurology ("Founders of Neurology", 1953 and 1970, and "Breakthroughs in hypothalamic and pituitary research"); he also translated and edited Robert Bing's "Compendium of Regional Diagnosis..." (from the 5th to the 16th editions). As a lecturer he was highly sought after, receiving many more invitations than he could possibly accept. The load of his correspondence was heavy, not surprising given the number of people he contacted on his travels and the number of projects, publications, and associations in which Haymaker was involved; but from the evidence in this collection it seems that he never flagged in his politeness, patience, and eagerness to help colleagues or strangers.
Additional biographical details may be found in the following in memoriam articles: "Acta Neuropathol. (Berlin)", 66:1-2, 1985; "J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol.", 44:220-223, 1985; "Neurology", 35:392-392, 1985.

Scope and Content

This collection is mainly concentrated on the fourteen-year span (1947-1961) during which Dr. Webb Haymaker, released from active service in the Army, continued as Chief of the Neuropathology Branch, Army Institute of Pathology (later the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP)). When he resigned from this position in 1961 for relocation to NASA's Ames Research Center, he shipped the materials in his "Founders of Neurology" files to UCLA, where he had friends and knew that the history of neurology was a subject of active interest. He added further materials until 1978, mostly additional portraits, reprints, and illustrations of individuals contributing to basic and clinical neurology. Fortunately he also forwarded documents pertaining to persons whose correspondence folders he had previously deposited, thus considerably extending the span of at least some of his professional correspondence available for study.
The largest percentage of the archive's content pertains to "The Founders of Neurology" in its various developmental phases: an exhibit at the 4th International Neurology Congress in Paris, 1949; 1st edition of the printed "Founders...", 1953; and 2nd edition, 1970. The materials consist of chapter drafts, usually with editing; some correspondence with authors and editors of the biographical sketches; many portraits of the individuals who are chapter subjects, plus biographical and bibliographical notes, facts, and summaries.
The Paris exhibit which preceded the published "Founders" was itself modeled on a smaller exhibit limited to history of neuropathology, which Haymaker and the Army Institute of Pathology presented at the 1948 annual meetings of the American Psychiatric Association and the American Neurological Association. The positive reception accorded the neuropathology exhibit fueled enthusiasm for creating an inclusive neurology exhibit at the Paris congress. For this ambitious plan which would need to be executed within one year, a team of collaborators needed to be gathered quickly. Haymaker, well respected and very well known internationally, was the man for the job. Letters from Haymaker to Stanley Cobb (Sept. 1948, Box 1, Folder 52) outline the planned methodology: the exhibit would include 100 deceased individuals, pioneers in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropathology, neurosurgery, and clinical neurology; it would present a portrait of each, with one text page on their life and contribution to neurology, plus a physical copy of one of their seminal works. A few photographs of the exhibit in situ at the Paris exhibition hall are in the collection.
This is rich research soil, but some limitations need to be noted: 1. The multiple text drafts for the exhibit and subsequent chapters are not dated nor in any particular order; duplicate copies of one draft may have identical or differing editing notes; there are incomplete drafts and illegible marginal edits. To attain an insight into the editing process would demand much checking and cross-checking of texts, consideration of handwritings and papers, and intuition. 2. There is very little information as to who edited what; Haymaker was probably the final arbiter for all text and certainly the most active editor, but aside from identifying his and Robert Wartenberg's handwriting, it is hard to tell who else contributed. 3. There are no materials in the collection for 16 of the 34 individuals added to the 2d edition of "Founders..."; in fact, most of the 2d edition documents are held by the Otis Historical Archives (see "Related Materials" section below).
The "Other Professional Correspondence " series provides an enlightening picture of Haymaker, both as scientist and person, during the mid-century years covered. It provides insight into the efforts on both sides of the Atlantic and Pacific to re-establish collegial connections and cooperation after World War II. With his pre-war experiences in Europe, his language facility especially in German, his scientific eminence and leadership position, Haymaker served as an ideal person to survey needs and capabilities of foreign research institutions; and his ebullience and charm made him widely welcomed. This section also reveals how much energy and time Haymaker devoted to projects such as planning an international congress, editing a voluminous, internationally-authored Festschrift for his friend Wartenberg, or authoring a scientific treatise on the hypothalamus.
Finally, the collection is a treasury of portraits, both of historical figures and of Haymaker's contemporaries. The "founders" are represented as well as additional "founders" for possible future editions. Almost everyone whom Haymaker visited during the 1950s and 1960s or who visited him at the AFIP had a snapshot portrait taken by him. For many years he maintained a guest book at AFIP with visitors' signatures and their portraits, a volume which is available at the UCLA Biomedical Library (see "Related Materials" section below). This drive to create a photographic history of of his discipline led Haymaker to lobby for capturing the portraits of all the attendees at the 1949 Paris congress, and over 700 individuals complied and are now part of this collection. (Haymaker deposited copies of the photographs with the National Library of Medicine.)
The collection is organized into the following series:
  • Series 1. "The Founders of Neurology": Correspondence and Subjects, 1948-1973, bulk 1949-1953. 243 folders; 4.33 linear ft.; 4 cartons
  • Series 2. Other Professional Correspondence, 1946-1972, bulk 1950-1963. 166 folders; 2.66 linear ft.; 2.5 cartons
  • Series 3. 4th International Neurological Congress, Paris, 1949. 7 folders; 0.5 linear ft. ; 0.5 carton
  • Series 4. Other Portraits and Illustrations. 157 folders; 1.5 linear ft.; 1 carton
  • Series 5. Lantern Slides. 10 slides; 0.33 linear ft.; 1 box

Related Material

"Guest Book" compiled by Webb Haymaker; photographs and signatures of over 500 visitors to Dr. Haymakers laboratories in the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. UCLA Biomedical Library Manuscript Collection #119.
"Haymaker Collection, 1930's-1970's". Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine, OHA #185

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

International Neurological Congress (4th : 1949 : Paris, France) - archive
Haymaker, Webb, 1902-1984 - archive
Neurologists - Biography
Neurology - Biography


Container List

 

Series 1. "The Founders of Neurology": Correspondence and Subjects 1948-1973, bulk 1949-1953

Physical Description: 243 folders; 4.33 linear ft.; 4 cartons

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, background materials, and portraits of individuals who are either subjects of chapters, authors of chapters, or are listed in the Index of the 1953 and/or 1970 editions of "Founders of Neurology". [NOTE: if the folder for persons within the above categories contains correspondence but nothing about "Founders...", it is filed under "Other Professional Correspondence", with a "see" reference under the "Founder" series]

Arrangement

alphabetical by family name; chronological within a folder, latest date in front
Box 1, Folder 1

Achucarro, Nicolas (Achúcarro, Nicolás), (1880-1918).

Scope and Content Note

Spanish draft chapter by M. Polak; portraits; photographs and negatives of first pages of articles by Achúcarro

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 2

Adie, William John, (1886-1935).

Scope and Content Note

typed draft of chapter, by J. Egerton Caughey; two portrait photographs, one of Adie in uniform

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; portrait of Caughey with the 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 3

Adrian, Edgar Douglas, (1889-1977).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

British neurophysiologist; listed in Index, both editions; another portrait and a snapshot with 4th Neurological congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 4

Alajouanine, Theophile (Alajouanine, Théophile), (1890-1980). 1948-1950

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence regarding his biography of Alexandre Achille Souques

Note

another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 5

Alzheimer, Alois, (1864-1915).

Scope and Content Note

typed draft of chapter, by F. H. Lewey, M.D.; photos and negatives of various Alzheimer portraits and articles

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 6

Andre Thomas, Dr. (André-Thomas), (1867-1963).

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; 8x10" negative and pages of an article

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 7

Anton, Gabriel, (1858-1933).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; reprint of article in honor of his 70th birthday and an obituary by Oskar Vogt

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 8

Ariens Kappers, Cornelius Ubbo (Ariëns Kappers, Cornelius Ubbo), (1877-1946).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photographs of brains; correspondence, including letters from William M. Shanklin and J. P. Schadé to Dr. Horace Magoun, and letters from A. Ariens Kappers, Jr.; materials relating to the Dutch Central Institute for Brain Research, for which Ariëns Kappers was the first Director

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 9

Astruc, Pierre. 1949-1957

Scope and Content Note

extensive correspondence regarding texts of "Founders...", the Paris Congress, and Charcot; review of the "Founders..." exhibit at the Congress by Dr. Astuc, appearing in "Le Progres Médical"
Box 1, Folder 10

Babinski, Joseph Francois Felix (Babinski, Joseph François Félix), (1857-1932).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portraits; correspondence with Robert Wartenberg, author of chapter; draft of chapter

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 11

Bailey, Percival, (1892-1973). 1948-1961

Scope and Content Note

several portraits; correspondence, some dealing with "Founders..." and Bailey's contributions to the project

Note

other portraits with 4th Neurological Congress attendees and in group shots
Box 1, Folder 12

Baillarger, Jules Gabriel Francois (Baillarger, Jules Gabriel François), (1809-1890).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits; drafts of the chapter and correspondence with Walter Freeman, chapter author

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions; Freeman portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 13

Barany, Robert (Bárány, Robert), (1876-1936).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits and one negative

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 14

Barre, Jean Alexandre (Barré, Jean Alexandre), (1880-1967).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits and one 5x7" inscribed to Dr. Haymaker, 1948; some correspondence

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 15

Bastian, Henry Charlton, (1837-1915).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative; drafts of the "Founders..." chapter by Lothar B. Kalinowsky

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Kalinowsky portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 16

Bekhterev, Vladimir Mikhailovich (also: Bechhterev or Bechterew), (1857-1927).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits; chapter drafts; background materials

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 17

Bell, Charles, (1774-1842).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits and anatomical illustrations

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 18

Benedikt, Moritz, (1835-1920).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; letter from George B. Hassin, chapter author

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Hassin portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 19

Berger, Hans, (1873-1941).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portraits; partial draft of the "Founder..." chapter; some correspondence with Frederic A. Gibbs, chapter author

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 20

Bernard, Claude, (1813-1878).

Scope and Content Note

six 8x10" portraits and one negative; chapter draft; one letter from J. M. D. Olmsted, chapter author

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions; see also Olmsted folder, Box 3, Folder 32
Box 1, Folder 21

Bert, Paul, (1833-1886).

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait

Note

French physiologist, pupil of Claude Bernard; listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 22

Bianchi, Leonardo, (1848-1927).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portraits and one negative; biographic and bibliographic notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 23

Bielschowsky, Max, (1869-1940).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative; correspondence; background materials and notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 24

Bini, Lucio, (1908-1964).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

with Ugo Cerletti, researched and discovered the method of electroconvulsive therapy; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 25

Binswanger, Otto, (1852-1929).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; citation for biography

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 26

Bischoff, Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm von, (1807-1882).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 27

Blackburn, Isaac Wright, (1851-1911).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; title pages with negatives, and brain cross-section photo; biographical notes

Note

listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 28

Blackwood, William, (1911- ). 1953-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; enlarged snapshot of Dr. Blackwood and Prof. S. Scheidigger in Basel, Switzerland; correspondence

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 29

Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, (1752-1840).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; short biography

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 30

Bogaert, Ludo van, (1897-1989). 1949-1956

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; snapshots with Drs. Radermecker and Horstmann; selective c.v. for Dr. Bogaert; extensive professional correspondence, including the manuscript for the Wartenberg Festschrift and translations of Bogaert articles

Note

listed in Index, both editions; other portraits with 4th Neurological Congress attendees, and other photographs with Spatz and Scholz
Box 1, Folder 31

Bogaert, Ludo van, (1897-1989). 1957-1963

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

extensive professional correspondence including: plans for the 1961 International Congress for Neuropathology; literature on the World Federation of Neurology; an extensive curriculum vitae for van Bogaert

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 32

Bonin, Gerhardt von, (1890–1979).

Scope and Content Note

group portrait with Warren McCulloch and Percival Bailey

Note

neuroanatomist; editor of two chapters (on Campbell and Kölliker); listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 33

Bouchard, Charles Jacques, (1837-1915).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; biographical notes

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 34

Bouman, Leendert, (1869-1936).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; biographical notes; 8x10" photo and negative of brain cross-section (patches of demyelinization)

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 35

Bourneville, Desire Magloire (Bourneville, Désiré Magloire), (1840-1909).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; bibliographic notes; photos and negatives of Bourneville articles and brain illustrations

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 36

Brain, W. Russell (Walter Russell Brain), (1895-1966).

Scope and Content Note

portrait negative

Note

clinical neurologist; cited in Index, both editions; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 37

Bramwell, Byrom, (1847-1931).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; drafts of the chapter; correspondence with Prof. Edwin Bramwell, the subject's son and author of the chapter

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 38

Brissaud, Edouard (Brissaud, Édouard), (1852-1909).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, cartoon, snapshot in laboratory, and two negatives; draft of chapter and biographical notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 39

Broca, Paul (Broca, Pierre Paul), (1824-1880).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; biographical notes; some photocopied pages of Broca presentations to societies; photo of Broca monument in Paris

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 40

Brodmann, Korbinian, (1868-1918).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence with Jerzy E. Rose, author of the chapter; chapter draft; biographical notes; reprint of Oskar Vogt's memorial of Brodmann's work

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 41

Brown-Sequard, Edouard (Brown-Séquard, Charles Édouard), (1817-1894).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative; draft of the chapter; biographical notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 42

Burdach, Karl Friedrich (Fredrick), (1776-1847).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 43

Buzzard, Edward Farquhar, (1871-1945).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; biographic sketch

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 44

Cairns, Hugh William Bell, (1896-1952).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 45

Campbell, Alfred Walter, (1868-1937).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits, one set of 35mm negatives; draft of the chapter, letter from Gerhardt von Bonin, its author; some background material

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 46

Cannon, Walter Bradford, (1871-1945).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portraits; draft of chapter, by Philip Bard; also, portrait snapshot of Dr. Paul R. Cannon with letter

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 47

Carmichael, Edward Arnold, (1897-1978).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot and negative; correspondence

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 48

Caton, Richard, (1842-1926).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 49

Caughey, John Egerton. 1949-1958

Scope and Content Note

two portraits; correspondence

Note

Dr. Caughey was author of the "Founders..." chapter on William John Adie; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 50

Charcot, Jean Martin, (1825-1893).

Scope and Content Note

numerous portraits of Charcot, many with negatives; photo of the Clinique Charcot, Paris; reprints and photocopies of Charcot's writings; reprint of obituary co-authored by Haymaker; biographical notes; one letter from I.S. Wechsler, chapter author

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 51

Clarke, Jacob Augustus Lockhart, (1817-1880). 1953, 1977-1978

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and 35 mm slide; biographical notes; one letter from Wilbur K. Smith, chapter author (1953); portraits of J.A.L. Clarke and F. LeGros Clark and correspondence regarding a confusion about the identity of a portrait (1977-1978)

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 52

Cobb, Stanley, (1887-1968). 1948-1953

Scope and Content Note

four portraits; correspondence re. "Founders..." [Note: the 1948 letters provide insight to the process of choosing the subjects for inclusion in the 4th Neurological Congress exhibit in Paris]

Note

neurologist, founder of biological psychiatry in U.S.; chapter author (for James Jackson Putnam), 1st edition; listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 53

Cockshott, W. Peter. 1949-1950

Scope and Content Note

correspondence re. search for a portrait of Douglas Argyll Robertson for his chapter in "Founders..."; Dr. Cockshott's help procured the photograph from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Box 1, Folder 54

Coghill, George Ellett, (1872-1941).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; biographical notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 55

Collier, James Stansfield, (1870-1935).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and 35 mm slide; letters from D. Denny-Brown, chapter author

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 56

Cotugno, Domenico (Cotunnii, Dominici), (1736-1822)

Scope and Content Note

two portraits; photos of two Cotugno title pages

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 57

Courville, Cyril Brian, (1900-1968). 1951-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence

Note

neuropathologist, author of chapters on Ramon y Cajal and Jean Cruveilhier; also listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 58

Critchley, Macdonald, (1900-1997). 1949-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence, including photo of Dr. Gordon Holmes, 1876-1966

Note

listed in Index, both editions; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 59

Crosby, Elizabeth C., (1888-1983).

Scope and Content Note

partial curriculum vitae; correspondence

Note

neuroanatomist, author of chapter on Nageotte; also listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 60

Cruveilhier, Jean, (1791-1874).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; injured brain illustration, photograph and negative; biographical notes

Note

neuropathologist; in both editions
Box 1, Folder 61

Cushing, Harvey, (1864-1939).

Scope and Content Note

several 8x10" portraits, one negative; drafts of chapter, by John F. Fulton; obituaries; notes; photos and negatives of four Cushing title pages and a few illustrations

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 62

Dandy, Walter Edward, (1886-1946).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; reprint of "Walter E. Dandy - Surgeon, 1886-1946" by Eldridge Campbell

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 63

Dawson, James Walker, (1870-1927).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; short note from Edith K. Dawson, M.D., wife of J. W. Dawson

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 64

Dejerine, Joseph Jules, (1849-1917).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits of Dejerine, his wife Dr. Dejerine-Klumpke, and their daughter Mme. Dr. Sorrel-Dejerine; correspondence with Dr. Sorrel-Dejerine; correspondence with Edwin G. Zabriskie, chapter author; chapter drafts; biographical notes; illustrations and negatives of published Dejerine writings

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 65

De Sanctis, Sante, (1862-1935).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, and photo of a bust and and plaque; drafts of a potential chapter by Carlo L. Cazzullo, which was not included in "Founders..."

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 1, Folder 66

Dogiel, Alexander Stanislavovich, (1852-1922).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photocopy of title page: "Der Bau der Spinalganglien..." 1908

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 67

Donaggio, Arturo, (1868-1942).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 1, Folder 68

Du Bois-Reymond, Emil, (1818-1896).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; draft of chapter

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 69

Duchenne, Guillaume Benjamin Amand, (1806-1875).

Scope and Content Note

eight portraits, one negative; draft of chapter; letter from Olin B. Chamberlain, author of chapter in 1st ed.; photocopies and negatives of Duchenne publications; biographical notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 70

Dumenil, Louis (Duménil, Louis), (1823-1890).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; negative and photocopies of Duménil texts

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 71

Dusser de Barenne, Joannes Gregorius, (1885-1940).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, one snapshot, two negatives; reprint of memorial from "J. Neurophysiol"; short note from Warren S. McCulloch; notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 72

Economo, Constantin von, (1876-1931).

Scope and Content Note

several 8x10" portraits, two negatives; photos and negatives of text; draft of chapter; letter from Hartwig Kuhlenbeck, chapter author; biographical notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 73

Edinger, Ludwig, (1855-1918).

Scope and Content Note

numerous 8x10" portraits and photo of portrait bust; several negatives; correspondence with Dr. Tilly Edinger and Mrs. Flora L. Lindley, Edinger's daughters; some correspondence between Tilly Edinger and Dr. Horace Magoun; letter from F. H. Lewey, chapter author; notes; reprints about Edinger

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 74

Ehrlich, Paul, (1894-1915).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 1, Folder 75

Elsberg, Charles Albert, (1871-1948).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; notes

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 1, Folder 76

Erb, Wilhelm Heinrich, (1840-1921).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; biographical notes; photocopies of Erb text; short note from Henry R. Viets, chapter author

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Viets portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 1, Folder 77

Ferrier, David, (1843-1928).

Scope and Content Note

five 8x10" portraits, two negatives; letter from David McK. Rioch, chapter author; biographical notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 1

Flatau, Edward, (1869-1932).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photographs and negatives of Flatau text; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition
Box 2, Folder 2

Flechsig, Paul Emil, (1847-1929).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter draft; photocopies of Flechsig texts; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 3

Flexner, Simon, (1863-1946).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; notes

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 2, Folder 4

Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre, (1794-1867).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, negative

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index in 1st edition
Box 2, Folder 5

Foerster, Otfried, (1873-1941).

Scope and Content Note

six portraits, one negative; chapter draft, and letter from R. Wartenberg, chapter author; correspondence with Dr. Ilse Foerster, daughter; obituary reprints; photocopies of Foerster texts; notes

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 6

Foix, Charles, (1882-1927).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; correspondence with Dr. Maurice-Levy, Foix' student, regarding a suitable portrait; notes

Note

clinical neurologist/neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions;
Box 2, Folder 7

Forel, August, (1848-1931).

Scope and Content Note

photographs of two portraits and a portrait bust; chapter drafts; photographs and negatives of Forel text; typed English transcriptions of some pages of Forel text (source unidentified), of impressions of various teachers and co-workers; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 8

Francois-Franck, Charles Emile (François-Franck, Charles Émile), (1849-1921).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter draft

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 9

Frazier, Charles Harrison, (1870-1936).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 10

Freeman, Walter Jackson, (1895-1972). 1949-1962

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; correspondence; copy of a Sep. 1948 letter outlining plans for a "History of Neurology" exhibit to be prepared for the International Neurological Congress, Paris, 1949, with a list of 21 individuals invited to become committee members

Note

neuropathologist; author of four "Founders..." chapters; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 11

Freud, Sigmund, (1856-1939).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; photograph of an oil painting of the seven Freud children; photos and negatives of some Freud illustrations; biographical notes

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 12

Friedreich, Nikolaus, (1825-1882).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; photos and negatives of Friedreich text and illustrations; letter from Richard B. Richter, chapter author; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 13

Fritsch, Gustav, (1838-1927).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 14

Froehlich, Alfred (Fröhlich, Alfred), (1871-1953).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
 

Fulton, John Farquhar, (1899-1960).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 38
Box 2, Folder 15

Gall, Franz, (1758-1828).

Scope and Content Note

numerous portraits; photographs of Gall illustrations, his skull, and two busts

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index of 1st edition
Box 2, Folder 16

Galvani, Luigi, (1737-1798).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 17

Gaskell, Walter Holbrook, (1847-1914).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; correspondence; notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 18

Gehuchten, Arthur van, (1861-1914).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and 35 mm slide; chapter draft; letter to Paul van Gehuchten, son of Arthur; portrait of Paul van Gehuchten (1893-1989); notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 19

Gennari, Francisco, (b. ca. 1750).

Scope and Content Note

photos of title page and illustration from "De peculiari structura cerebri...", 1782

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 20

Genty, Maurice. 1949-1954

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, mostly regarding obtaining portraits for "Founders...", and a review of the book in "Le Progrès Médicale"

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 21

Gerlach, Joseph von, (1820-1896).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits; biographical notes

Note

listed in Index, both editions
 

Goldstein, Kurt, (1878-1965).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 41
Box 2, Folder 22

Golgi, Camillo, (1843-1926).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, one negative, photo of a portrait bust; photograph of an unidentified woman [perhaps Carolina Golgi-Papini, adopted daughter? The folder contains an envelope to "Signora Papini-Golgi" with a torn return address "...nazionale...a nervoso...1952; the 1st International Congress of Neuropathology was held in Rome that year]; photographs of the entry to the Istituto Camillo Golgi in Pavia, Italy, and of Golgi's place of residence in the city, plus other unidentified exterior and interior shots; chapter drafts; photos and two negatives of Golgi title page and text; reprint of an article on Golgi by Piera Locatelli

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 23

Golla, Frederick Lucien, (1877-1968). 1953-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; some correspondence re. the portrait

Note

co-author of one chapter, 1st edition
Box 2, Folder 24

Goltz, Friedrich Leopold, (1834-1902).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 25

Gowers, William Richard, (1845-1915).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter draft; letter from Foster Kennedy, chapter author; long letter from Kennedy to Macdonald Critchley, 1946, full of anecdotes about Gowers

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
 

Gozzano, Mario, (1898-1986).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 44
Box 2, Folder 26

Greenfield, Joseph Goodwin, (1884-1958). 1949-1968

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

portraits and negatives; chapter drafts; some correspondence with co-authors

Note

British neuropathologist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index, 1st edition; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 27

Greenfield, Joseph Goodwin, (1884-1958). 1949-1961

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

extensive professional and personal correspondence, some after March 1958 with Mrs. Florence Greenfield, wife; correspondence resulting from Dr. Greenfield's death; obituaries and biographical material; reprints
Box 2, Folder 28

Gudden, Bernard Aloys von, (1824-1886).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits and four negatives; chapter draft; letter from James W. Papez, chapter author

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 29

Guillain, Georges Charles, (1876-1961). 1948-1957

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; correspondence; note from Dr. Robert Wartenberg

Note

chapter author (for Gustave Roussy); listed in Index, both editions; additional portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
 

Hallervorden, Julius, (1882-1965).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 47
Box 2, Folder 30

Hammond, William Alexander, (1828-1900).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; biographical notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 31

Harrison, Ross, (1870-1959).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait [not the one used in "Founders..."]

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition
Box 2, Folder 32

Hassin, George Boris, (1873-1951). 1948-1951

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and snapshot; correspondence; death notice

Note

author of three chapters (for Benedikt, Jakob, Sechenov); listed in Index, both editions; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 33

Head, Henry, (1961-1940).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and negatives; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 34

Heidenhain, Martin, (1864-1949).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

anatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 35

Heine, Jacob von, (1800-1879).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; German memorial on 50th anniversary of his death

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 36

Held, Hans, (1866-1942). 1960-1961

Scope and Content Note

portrait; some correspondence re. the portrait

Note

anatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 37

Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von, (1821-1894).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
 

Henschen, Folke, (1881-1977).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 53
Box 2, Folder 38

Henschen, Salomon Eberhard, (1847-1930).

Scope and Content Note

numerous 8x10" portraits, two negatives; negatives of Henschen article and illustrations; chapter drafts; biographical notes; some correspondence with Folke Henschen [son; see also F. Henschen folder, Box 5, Folder 53] and one letter from N. W. Winkelman, chapter author

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
 

Herrick, Charles Judson, (1868-1960).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 55
 

Hess, Walter Rudolf, (1881-1973).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 56
Box 2, Folder 39

Hiller, Frederick, (1891-1953). 1949-1953

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait; correspondence, including discussion of "Founder..." chapters and contribution to the Wartenberg Festschrift; drafts of texts by Hiller

Note

chapter author; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 40

His, Wilhelm, (1831-1904).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, three negatives; chapter drafts; reprint and title pages of His publications; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 41

His, Wilhelm Jr., (1863-1934).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and one 35 mm slide

Note

cardiologist and anatomist, son of Wilhelm His; listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 42

Hitzig, Eduard, (1838-1907).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; one letter from Albert Kuntz, chapter author; two letters from Prof. A. Stender with additional information about Hitzig and Fritsch; photocopies of Hitzig text and title pages; biographical notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions; (see also Kuntz folder (Box 2, Folder 57) for additional correspondence and portrait)
 

Hoff, Hans, (1897-1969).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 57
 

Holmes, Gordon Morgan, (1876-1965).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 58
Box 2, Folder 43

Holmgren, Emil, (1866-1922). 1922

Scope and Content Note

Obituary, by Cécile and Oskar Vogt (J. f. Psychologie u. Neurologie, 29:ix-x, 1922)

Note

Swedish histologist, physiologist; listed in Index, both editions
 

Holzer, Wilhelm, (1874-1954).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 59
Box 2, Folder 44

Horsley, Victor Alexander Haden, (1857-1916).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; one letter from A. Earl Walker, chapter author; note from A.T. Rasmussen clearing up a question about R.H. Clarke, co-inventor of the stereotaxic instrument; chapter drafts;

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 45

Hunt, James Ramsay, (1872-1937).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st ed., listed in Index in 2d ed.
Box 2, Folder 46

Huntington, George Sumner, (1850-1916).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits, one negative; two notes from Russell N. De Jong, chapter author; chapter drafts; photocopy of Huntington article

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 47

Innes, Jamers Robert Maitland, (1903-1974).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

chapter author (for James Walker Dawson), 1st edition
Box 2, Folder 48

Jackson, John Hughlings, (1835-1911).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; 5x7" portrait of Mary Jackson, wife; chapter drafts; positives and negatives, photocopy, reprint of Jackson texts and a memorial; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 49

Jakob, Alfons Maria, (1884-1931).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; letter (1970) from Hans Jacob, chapter author for 2d edition, with snapshot of the new Psychiatrische u. Nervenklinik, Univ. Marburg a.d. Lehn; positives and negatives of Jakob texts, title pages, and illustrations; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 50

Karplus, Johann Paul, (1866-1936).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

Austrian neurophysiologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 51

Keith, Arthur, (1866-1955).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits

Note

anatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 2, Folder 52

Kennedy, Robert Foster, (1884-1952). 1948-1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence with Kennedy and, after his death, with Katherine Kennedy (Mrs. Foster Kennedy)

Note

chapter author (for William R. Gowers), both editions; listed in Index, both editions
 

Kernohan, James Watson, (1896-1981).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 74
 

Kleist, Karl, (1879-1960).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 5, Folder 77
Box 2, Folder 53

Kolliker, Rudolf Albert von (Kölliker, Rudolf Albert von), (1817-1905).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; some correspondence, including a letter from chapter editor Gerhardt von Bonin; photocopies of Kölliker text; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 54

Korsakov, Sergei Sergeivich, (1853-1900).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; letter from S. Katzenelbogen, chapter author

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Katzenelbogen portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 55

Kozhevnikov, Aleksei Iakovlevich, (1836-1902).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 56

Kraepelin, Emil, (1856-1926).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photo of portrait bust from the grounds of the Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Psychiatrie

Note

psychiatrist; listed in Index, both editions
 

Krucke, Wilhelm (Krücke, Wilhelm), (1911-1988).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 2
 

Kuhlenbeck, Hartwig, (1897-1984).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 3
Box 2, Folder 57

Kuntz, Albert, (1879-1957). 1949-1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence

Note

neuroanatomist; author of two "Founders..." chapters (Gaskell and Hitzig)
Box 2, Folder 58

Landouzy, Louis Theophile Joseph (Landouzy, Louis Théophile Joseph), (1845-1917).

Scope and Content Note

several 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 2, Folder 59

Landry de Thezillat, Jean Baptiste Octave (Landry de Thézillat, Jean Baptiste Octave), (1826-1865).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits of: Octave Landry; Mme. Landry; Charles Martin de Thézillat, and Diane Landry Pittman with husband, grandson and granddaughter of Octave Landry; two negatives; one O. Landry letter, 1862; "La Presse Médicale" reprint about O. Landry, by P. Remlinger, 1933; correspondence with C.M. de Thézillat, 1952-1954; other correspondence; extensive typed geneology and biography of his grandfather by C.M. de Thézillat; various notes and photocopies

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; see Box 9, Folder 3 for an additional portrait of Charles Martin de Thézillat
Box 2, Folder 60

Langley, John Newport, (1852-1925).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; one letter from William F. Windle, chapter author; notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 2, Folder 61

Lasegue, Ernest Charles (Lasègue, Ernest Charles), (1816-1883).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; correspondence, with letter from Robert B. Aird, chapter author; Lasègue reprint, photos of an 1876 letter from him, and a list of his publications; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Aird portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 2, Folder 62

Lewey, Frederick H. (Lewy, Frederick H.), (1885-1950). 1948-1950

Scope and Content Note

correspondence both with Dr. Lewey and and his wife; two obituaries; notes

Note

neurologist; author of three chapters in both editions
Box 2, Folder 63

Liepmann, Hugo Karl, (1863-1925).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts; copies of several biographical articles; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 1

Locatelli, Piera, (1900-1975). 1952, 1968

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence

Note

co-author of chapter on Fridjhof Nansen, 2d edition; see also: Nansen folders, Box 3, Folder 25 and 26; Løken folder, Box 3, Folder 2
Box 3, Folder 2

Loken, Aagot Christie (Løken, Aagot (Agatha) Christie). 1948-1968

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; draft of Nansen chapter

Note

neuropathologist; co-author of chapter on Fridjhof Nansen, 2d edition; see also: Nansen folders, Box 3, Folder 25 and 26; Locatelli folder, Box 3, Folder 1
Box 3, Folder 3

Lorente de No, Rafael (Lorente de Nó, Rafael), (1902-1990).

Scope and Content Note

5x7" snapshot with annotation: "Lorente de Nó, 1926, in the old Institute in Berlin, 16 Magdeburg Street"

Note

Spanish neurophysiologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 4

Luciani, Luigi, (1842-1919).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 5

Luys, Jules Bernard, (1828-1897).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 6

Magendie, Francois (Magendie, François), (1783-1855).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index in 1st edition
Box 3, Folder 7

Magnus, Rudolf, (1873-1927).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 8

Malamud, Nathan, (1903-2000).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter to Haymaker

Note

chapter author (for Ludwig Türk), both editions
Box 3, Folder 9

Malpighi, Marcello, (1628-1694).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; photos of text page and illustrations

Note

physician and anatomist; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 10

Marburg, Otto, (1874-1948).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; correspondence with Joseph Globus, chapter author; correspondence (1949-1955) with Malvine Marburg, Dr. Marburg's widow, about possible publication of her husband's last manuscript; Marburg obituary, 1948

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 1st edition, listed in Index in 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 11

Marchi, Vittorio, (1851-1908).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; chapter drafts; photograph and photocopies of Marchi text and title page; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 12

Marchiafava, Ettore, (1847-1935).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; one letter from Orville T. Bailey, chapter author, to Haymaker

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 13

Marie, Pierre, (1853-1940).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, plus two cartoons; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 14

Marinesco (or Marinescu), Georges, (1864-1938).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; group photo labeled "Prof. Marinesco with pupils and Prof. A. Kreindler and Prof. O. Sager; Bucharest, Rumania, 1928"; postcard of University Hospital and Clinics, Montevideo; chapter drafts; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 15

Martel, Thierry de, (1875-1940).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; transmittal letter, naming Mme. de Martel as portrait's source

Note

neurosurgeon; listed in Index, both editions
 

McCulloch, Warren Sturgis, (1899-1969).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 15
 

McMenemey, William Henry, (1905-1977).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 16
Box 3, Folder 16

Meyer, Alfred, (1895-1990).

Scope and Content Note

portrait snapshots: Drs. Meyer and Haymaker; Drs. Meyer and Leon Roizin; short letter from Meyer

Note

neuropathologist; listed in Index, 2d edition, as A. Meyer
Box 3, Folder 17

Meynert, Theodor, (1833-1892).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 18

Mills, Charles Karsner, (1845-1931).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 19

Mingazzini, Giovanni, (1859-1929).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; notes; photographs of facades of Clinica delle Malattie Nervose e Mentali and Clinica Neuropatologica [presumably in Rome] and unspecified interiors; photographs and negatives of Mingazzini texts and illustration

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 20

Mitchell, Silas Weir, (1829-1914).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, two negatives; chapter drafts; memorial lecture on Weir Mitchell by Tom Bentley Throckmorton; photocopies of Mitchell title pages and some text; notes; some correspondence regarding Mitchell

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 21

Monakow, Constantin von, (1853-1930).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; one letter from Paul I. Yakovlev, chapter author; photocopy of Monakow text; notes; several reprints of articles on Monakow and his Zürich Neurological Institue by M Minkkowski; letter from Konrad Akert, Zürich, to Lawrence Kruger, UCLA; outdoor view of Burghölzli, the Asylum near Zurich where Monakow met its director, Hitzig

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Yakovlev portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 3, Folder 22

Moniz, Egas (Antonio Caetano deAbreu Freire), (1875-1955).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits and one group of three, one negative; two notes from Haymaker to Moniz

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 23

Mott, Frederick Walker, (1853-1926).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; letter from A.B. Baker, chapter co-author; letters concerning source of portrait; photocopies of Mott title pages

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition, listed in Index in 2d edition; Baker portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 3, Folder 24

Nageotte, Jean, (1866-1948).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; one letter from Elizabeth C. Crosby, chapter author; one Nageotte illustration

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 25

Nansen, Fridjhof, (1861-1930).

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

two portraits; correspondence, mostly with co-authors, 1951-1954, 1968-1969; typed manuscript on Nansen by Locatelli in French, with English translation; draft versions of a proposed article by Hayward, Locatelli and Løken and basis for chapter text; two Norwegian articles on Nansen by Bjørn Helland-Hansen and Kuhlenbeck's discussion of Nensen's work on nerves

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index, 1st edition; see also folders for chapter co-authors: Locatelli, Box 3, Folder 1, and Løken, Box 3, Folder 2; see Box 9, Folder ???? for a lantern slide of an additional portrait
Box 3, Folder 26

Nansen, Fridjhof, (1861-1930).

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of Nansen articles and the entire book, "The Structure and Combination of the Histological Elements of the Central Nervous System"; reprinted from Bergens Museums Aarsberetning, 1886
Box 3, Folder 27

Negri, Adelchi, (1876-1912).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photograph and negative on one page of text; biographical notes

Note

neuroanatomist; listed in Index, both editions; see Box 9, Folder 4 for an additional portrait
Box 3, Folder 28

Nissl, Franz, (1860-1919).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; photographs, photocopies and negatives of Nissl texts and title pages; chapter drafts; one-page reminiscences of Nissl by Dr. Frederick Proescher; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 29

Noguchi, Hideyo, (1876-1928).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; biographical notes

Note

bacteriologist, neuropathologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 30

Nonne, Max, (1861-1959).

Scope and Content Note

portrait, snapshot, Hamburg, 1955; one letter to Clara Nonne, wife

Note

German neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 31

Obersteiner, Heinrich, (1847-1922).

Scope and Content Note

several 8x10" portraits, two negatives; chapter drafts; one note from E. Spiegel, chapter author; photos and negatives of title pages; notes; photocopies of four major articles by or about Obersteiner

Note

Austrian neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 32

Olmsted, James Montrose Duncan, (1886-1956). 1951-1953

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait; correspondence

Note

chapter author (for Claude Bernard); listed in Index, both editions; see also Bernard folder, Box 1, Folder 20
Box 3, Folder 33

Oppenheim, Hermann, (1858-1919).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts; letter from Arthur Weil, chapter author; notes; photograph, negative. and photocopies of Oppenheim texts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 34

Osler, William, (1849-1919).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, painted by S. Seymour Thomas; reprint of "Sir William Osler and his portraits", by Cyril B. Courville (Bull. Hist. Med. 23(4):353-377, 1949); photocopy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art catalog of "Portraiture, 1891-1935, by S. Seymour Thomas", signed by the painter

Note

listed in Index, both editions
 

Papez, James Wenceslas, (1883-1958).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 29
Box 3, Folder 35

Pavlov, Ivan, (1849-1936).

Scope and Content Note

seven portraits, one negative, one transparency; photographs of Pavlov with his staff, group of dogs being walked outdoors, institute grounds; chapter drafts; note from W. Horsley Gantt, chapter author

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 36

Pick, Arnold, (1851-1924).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; chapter drafts; correspondence with Dora Fuchs, Pick's daughter, who wrote a remembrance of her father; correspondence with Madelaine R. Brown, chapter author

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 37

Pitres, Albert, (1848-1928).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 38

Prochaska, Georg (Procháska, Georg), (1749-1820).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photo of illustration of spinal nerves

Note

Czech physiologist; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 39

Purkyne, Jan (Purkinje, Johannnes Evangelista), (1787-1869).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, negative; chapter drafts; two letters from C. W. Bartelmez, chapter author

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 40

Putnam, James Jackson, (1846-1918).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter, 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 41

Puusepp, Ludwig (Puusepa or Pussep, Ludvig), (1875-1942).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

Estonian neurosurgeon; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 42

Queckenstedt, Hans Heinrich Georg, (1876-1918).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, two negatives; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 43

Quincke, Heinrich Irenaeus, (1842-1922).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; photocopies of Quincke texts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 44

Ramon y Cajal, Santiago (Ramón y Cajal, Santiago), (1852-1934).

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

numerous portraits and one portrait bust, three negatives; photograph of a family group, mother and three young children; photograph of "Arms de Cajal" (heraldic drawing); photo of Cajal's lengthy inscription on page of "Textura del Sistema Nervioso...", 1910; one letter (and English translation) from Cajal to Clemente Estable (1894-1976) of Montevideo, 1925; letter from Estable to Horace W. Magoun with gift of one of Cajal's original slides, 1955; letter from Cyril B. Courville, chapter author, to Haymaker; biographical notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 45

Ramon y Cajal, Santiago (Ramón y Cajal, Santiago), (1852-1934).

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

photographs (mostly unidentified) of the old and the new Instituto Cajal, Madrid, exteriors and interiors; photograph of W. H. Magoun and unidentified man behind a desk, possibly Cajal's; photographs and negatives of Cajal illustrations, texts, and title pages
Box 3, Folder 46

Ranson, Stephen Walter, (1880-1942).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; short form letter from Haymaker to chapter authors which illuminates a little the process of editing the "Founders..." volume

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 3, Folder 47

Ranvier, Louis Antoine, (1835-1922).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

French neuroanatomist and pathologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 3, Folder 48

Raymond, Fulgence, (1844-1910).

Scope and Content Note

one 8x10" portrait and one cartoon; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 3, Folder 49

Recklinghausen, Friedrich Daniel von, (1833-1910).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; negatives and photographs of illustrations from his works; biographical notes

Note

German pathologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 1

Redlich, Emil, (1866-1930).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; photocopies of Redlich texts; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 2

Reil, Johann Christian, (1759-1813).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 3

Remak, Robert, (1815-1865).

Scope and Content Note

three portraits and negatives; chapter drafts; two letters from James W. Papez, chapter author; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 4

Retzius, Gustaf Magnus, (1842-1919).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; 8x10" portrait of Anders Adolf Retzius, Professor of Anatomy, father; letter from O. Larsell, chapter author; chapter drafts; notes

Note

Swedish neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 5

Riddoch, George, (1889-1947).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative; chapter drafts; one letter each from Robert B. Aird, chapter author, and D. Denny-Brown

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; Aird portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
 

Riese, Walther, (1890-1976).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 41
Box 4, Folder 6

Rio-Hortega, Pio del (Río-Hortega, Pío del), (1882-1945).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, one portrait bust, one negative; chapter drafts; some correspondence re. translation and publishing of important Río-Hortega text; photographs and negatives of Río-Hortega text and illustrations; biographical reprints and notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 7

Robertson, Douglas Argyll, (1837-1909).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative; chapter drafts; photocopies, notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 8

Rokitansky, Karl von, (1804-1878).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and one negative

Note

Austrian pathologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 9

Rolando, Luigi, (1773-1831).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; two negatives

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 10

Romberg, Moritz Heinrich, (1795-1873).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits and two negatives; chapter drafts; one letter from Henry R. Viets, chapter author; photocopies of text

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Viets portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 4, Folder 11

Rose, Maksymilian, (1883-1937).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; drafts of a biography by James W. Papez which was apparently used in the display for the 1949 Paris Congress

Note

neuroanatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 12

Rossi, Ottorino, (1877-1936).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; chapter drafts

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 13

Roussy, Gustave, (1874-1948).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; chpater drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 14

Russell, Dorothy Stuart, (1895-1983). 1952-1973

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot and negative; correspondence; greeting card with photo of Russell portrait bust

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 15

Sachs, Bernard, (1858-1944).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; exchange of letters with Mrs. Nathan Straus regarding a copy of Sachs' autobiography [which was not in the folder]; photo and negative of one Sachs illustration; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 16

Scarpa, Antonio, (1752-1832).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photograph of title page

Note

neuroanatomist; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 17

Schaffer, Karoly (Schaffer, Károly or Karl or Charles), (1864-1939).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; some correspondence; chapter drafts; notes; photographs and negatives of Schaffer texts and title page

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
 

Scharenberg, Konstantin, (1892- ).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 48
Box 4, Folder 18

Schilder, Paul Ferdinand, (1886-1940).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts, by three writers: 1. Lauretta Bender, Schilder's co-worker and wife, who decided to have her name removed as author; 2. Haymaker, who signed his name to a few drafts, as an interim measure; 3. Dr. David McK. Rioch, who was designated as author in both editions; correspondence with Drs. Bender and Rioch; photographs and negative of Schilder text, and illustrations; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 19

Schiller, Francis, (1909-2003).

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait

Note

historian of neurosciences; co-editor of 2d edition of "Founders of Neurology", and author of many chapters
Box 4, Folder 20

Schlesinger, Hermann, (1866-1934).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portraits; title page and illustrations, one negative; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 21

Schultze, Max, (1825-1874).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German anatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 22

Schwann, Theodor, (1810-1882).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; illustrations; photo and negative of text page, title page; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 23

Sechenov, Ivan Mikhailovich, (1829-1905).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 24

Sherrington, Charles Scott, (1857-1952).

Scope and Content Note

portraits and portrait snapshots; one letter (1950) regarding inquiry about portrait

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in 2d edition; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 25

Sicard, Jean Athanase, (1872-1929).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; two notes from Paul C. Bucy, chapter author; photocopies of text and title pages; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 26

Smith, Grafton Elliot, (1871-1937).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; correspondence with Lady Elliot Smith

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 27

Soemmerring, Samuel Thomas von (Sömmerring, Samuel Thomas von), (1755-1830).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photographs of illustrations and title page

Note

listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 28

Souques, Achille Alexandre, (1860-1944).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; chapter drafts; reprint of Souques biography by Th. Alajouanine, chapter author; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter, 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
 

Spatz, Hugo, (1888-1969).

Note

see three folders under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 6, Folder 56-58
Box 4, Folder 29

Spielmeyer, Walther, (1879-1935).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; photographs and negatives of title pages and some figures of Spielmeyer books and articles; notes; correspondence with Dr. Ruth Speilmeyer, daughter; correspondence re. a found letter from Spielmeyer to Dr. Andrew Woods, 1933, with photocopy of the letter

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 30

Spiller, William Gibson, (1863-1940).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; photographs and negatives of title pages and some figures of Spiller books and articles; notes; correspondence with Spiller sons re. portrait

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
 

Starr, Moses Allen, (1854-1932).

Note

see under "Lantern Slides", Box 9, Folder 9
Box 4, Folder 31

Strumpell, Ernst Adolf Gustav Gottfried von (Strümpell, Adolf), (1853-1925).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10", one 5x7" portraits; one negative; photographs and negatives of article opening pages; chapter drafts; notes; some correspondence re. portraits

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 32

Turck, Ludwig (Türck, Ludwig), (1810-1868).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; letter from N. Malamud, chapter author; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 33

Valentin, Gabriel Gustav, (1810-1883).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German physiologist and histologist; listed in Index, 1st edition: "Purkinje's favorite pupil"
Box 4, Folder 34

Verger, Henri, (1873-1930).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; chapter drafts; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 35

Verocay, Jose (Verocay, José), (1876-1927). 1969

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait; some correspondence with Juan F. Estable-Puig re. manuscript (typescript included) of a Verocay biography by the Estable-Puigs; photocopies of two lengthy Verocay publications: "Multiple Geschwülste als Systemerkrankung am nervösen Apparat", 1908, and "Zur Kenntnis der 'Neurofibreme'", 1910

Note

Uruguayan neuropathologist; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 36

Vicq d'Azyr, Felix (Vicq d'Azyr, Félix), (1748-1794).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; photographs of title page: "Traitè d'anatomie et de physiologie", 1786, and some illustrations

Note

neuroanatomist, comparative anatomy; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 37

Vincent, Clovis, (1879-1947).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; letter from Leon J. Whitsell, chapter co-author; photocopy of Vincent article; notes

Note

neurosurgeon; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 38

Virchow, Rudolf Ludwig Carl, (1821-1902).

Scope and Content Note

seven 8x10" portraits, two negatives; chapter drafts; letters from Hans G. Schlumberger, chapter author; a few Virchow illustrations; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
 

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959).

Note

see five folders under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 7, Folder 8-12
 

Vogt, Marguerite, (1913-2007).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 7, Folder 13
 

Vogt, Marthe, (1903-2003).

Note

see folder under "Other Professional Correspondence", Box 7, Folder 14
Box 4, Folder 39

Vulpian, Edme Felix Alfred (Vulpian, Edmé Félix Alfred), (1826-1887).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative, photo of statue; chapter drafts; notes

Note

neurophysiologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 40

Wagner von Jauregg, Julius, (1857-1940).

Scope and Content Note

four 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; correspondence with Bernhard Dattner, chapter author, and with Dr. Theodor Wagner-Jauregg, the subject's son; text photocopies; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions; Dattner portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 4, Folder 41

Waldeyer-Hartz, Wilhelm von, (1836-1921).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits

Note

German anatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 42

Wallenberg, Adolf, (1862-1949).

Scope and Content Note

translation into English of a short biography of Wallenberg, with cover letter from James W. Papez

Note

German neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 43

Waller, Augustus Volney, (1816-1870).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; chapter drafts; photo and negative of first page of Waller article; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 44

Walshe, Francis Martin Rouse, (1885-1973)

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; one letter from Haymaker to Sir Francis

Note

British neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 4, Folder 45

Wartenberg, Robert, (1886-1956).

Scope and Content Note

"R. Wartenberg, neurologist and self-ordained critic", ("Science", 125(3256): 1027, May 24, 1957) - an affectionate memorial by Webb Haymaker; one letter to Haymaker [typical of many others scattered throughout the collection]

Note

American/German neurologist; author of two chapters in "Founders...", both editions; listen in Index, both editions. [There was no "Wartenberg" folder among these papers, but he played an important role in the creation of "Founders..."; his opinions, strong and terse, are found in the margins of many draft texts as well as in letters and notes to Haymaker. Haymaker obviously had strong affection for Wartenberg, shown by the enormous time and effort he devoted to producing the Festschrift in honor of Wartenberg's 65th birthday.]
Box 4, Folder 46

Weigert, Carl, (1845-1904).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and negative; photo of his workroom; chapter drafts; negatives and photocopy of Weigert title page and illustration; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
 

Wernicke, Carl, (1848-1904).

Note

see under "Lanter Slides", Box 9, Folder 10
Box 4, Folder 47

Wickman, Otto Ivar, (1872-1914).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; two notes from David Bodian, chapter author; negative and positive of first page of Wickman article; notes

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 48

Willis, Thomas, (1621-1675).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; photographs of title, text and illustrations from Willis' published works

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index in 1st edition
Box 4, Folder 49

Wilson, Samuel Alexander Kinnier, (1878-1937).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; chapter drafts; reprint of obituary by Foster Kennedy; notes

Note

clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions
Box 4, Folder 50

Winkler, Cornelis, (1855-1941).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, one negative; chapter drafts; letter from L. Raymond Morrison, chapter author; notes

Note

neuroanatomist; chapter in 1st edition; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 51

Woltman, Henry William, (1889-1964).

Scope and Content Note

portrait snapshot

Note

American neuropathologist, Mayo Clinic; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 4, Folder 52

Zabriskie, Edwin G., (1875-1959).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

American neurologist; Dr. Zabriskie was chapter author (for J.J. Dejerine) in both editions
Box 5, Folder 53

"The Founders of Neurology", edited by Webb Haymaker. 1952-1953

Scope and Content Note

paper jacket for the 1st edition, published by Charles C Thomas, Springfield, Illinois, 1953; typed copies of Author and Subject Indexes; draft of Preface and Acknowledgements; a few notes on galley proof corrections
 

Series 2. Other Professional Correspondence 1946-1972, bulk 1950-1963

Physical Description: 166 folders; 2.66 linear ft.; 2.5 cartons

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, photographs (mostly portraits), reprints and photocopies of publications

Arrangement

alphabetical by family name; chronological within a folder, latest date in front
Box 4, Folder 54

Abbie, Andrew A. 1950-1961

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 4, Folder 55

Adams, Raymond D., (1911-2008). 1956-1957

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; two 8x10" portraits

Note

another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 4, Folder 56

Aksel, Ihsan Sukru (Aksel, Íhsan Sukru). 1953-1957

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; 2 2x2" snapshots of Dr. Aksel, and of Drs. Aksel and Haymaker
Box 4, Folder 57

Amano, Shigeyasu, (1903-1964). 1953-1956

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence

Note

neuropathologist, Kyoto University; took part with Haymaker in an Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission collaborative effort to study brain tissues of atomic bomb casualties
Box 4, Folder 58

American Academy for Cerebral Palsy. 1957-1958

Scope and Content Note

correspondence concerning meetings, publications, etc.; 8x10" photographs of Dr. Meyer Perlstein, Secretary of the Academy, his secretary Airiam Schonman, and Robert Knight
Box 4, Folder 59

American Association of Neuropathologists. 1960

Scope and Content Note

one-page letter concerning by-laws
Box 4, Folder 60

Andrew, Warren. 1951-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence
Box 4, Folder 61

Antoni, Nils, (1887-1968). 1950-1956

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; 8x10" photo (with family?)
Box 4, Folder 62

Aoki, Teisho. 1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot and negative; snapshots of Aoki and Haymaker together, and negatives; some correspondence

Note

pathologist, Keio University, Tokyo
Box 5, Folder 1

Asenjo, Alfonso, (1906-1980). 1959-1960

Scope and Content Note

one letter to Dr. Haymaker; photocopy of newspaper clipping with group picture celebrating the Pan American Medical Association, of which Dr. Asenjo was President at the time

Note

portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 2

Austregesilo, Antonio M., Jr. 1951-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence, partly about an article for a Festschrift for Dr. Robert Wartenberg edited by Dr. Haymaker

Note

portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 3

Bailey, Orville T. 1960, 1972

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photo and negative of another portrait; chapter 26 tear sheets from "Apollo 17 Preliminary Science Report", titled "Biocore experiment" by O. T. Bailey et al., including Webb Haymaker as one co-author; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 4

Bargmann, Wolfgang, (1906-1978). 1950-1962

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and snapshots; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 5

Barraquer Ferre, Luis (Barraquer Ferré, Luis). 1951-1955

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; draft manuscripts

Note

portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 6

Beattie, John. 1949-1964

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; two 8x10" portraits
Box 5, Folder 7

Becker, Hermann. 1951-1956

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; 8x10" photo of Dr. and Mrs. Becker and Prof. Hugo Spatz
Box 5, Folder 8

Benzinger, Theodor Hannes. 1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence; draft manuscripts and reprints
Box 5, Folder 9

Berger Research Institute.

Scope and Content Note

six 8x10" photographs and several negatives and smaller illustrations, some identified as the German Research Institute for Psychiatry, Munich (Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Psychiatrie); included are: Alzheimer's anatomical laboratory, where Nissl, Spielmeyer, Spatz, and Beck worked, and views of the Neuropathology Division

Note

the title of this folder was taken from the original folder
Box 5, Folder 10

Bertrand, Ivan. 1953-1959

Scope and Content Note

correspondence

Note

neuropathologist at Hospice de la Salpétrière
Box 5, Folder 11

Bieling, Richard. 1956-1959

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; some reprints; booklet describing the Hygiene-Institut der Universität Wien; reprints
Box 5, Folder 12

Bignami, Amico, (1930-1994). 1956

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; Bignami reprints
Box 5, Folder 13

Bing, Robert Paul, (1878-1956). 1946-1957

Scope and Content Note

3x4" portrait; memorial written by Dr. Haymaker; correspondence, including letters from and to Dr. R. Wartenberg

Note

Dr. Haymaker translated Bing's "Kompendium" and "Lehrbuch der Nervenkrankheiten" into English
Box 5, Folder 14

Bradley, Keith Campbell. 1953-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 15

Braunmuhl, Anton Edler (Braunmühl, Anton Edler), (1902-1957). 1950-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 16

Brightman, Milton W. 1958-1959

Scope and Content Note

8X10" portrait snapshot; two letters
Box 5, Folder 17

Buchner, Franz (Büchner, Franz). 1951-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; photo of Ashoff House, Pathological Institute, Univ. of Freiburg; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 18

Buscaino, Vito Maria. 1951-1952

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence regarding an article for the Wartenberg Festschrift edited by Haymaker; typed article text in Italian and drafts of the English translation
Box 5, Folder 19

Calvo, Wenceslao. 1957-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 20

Caveness, William F., (1909-1981). 1951-1952

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" snapshots with Dr. Caveness as Commander, U.S. Navy; aerial shot of U.S. Navy Hospital Ship "Consolation"; some correspondence

Note

neurologist; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 21

Chiari, Hans, (1897-1969). 1951-1955

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot, photos of the Wiener Allgemeiner Krankenhaus facade and its "Narrenturm" (Tower for the Insane); reprint of obituary of his famous neuropathologist father, Hans Chiari, 1851-1916; one letter
Box 5, Folder 22

Coronini, Carmen, (1885-1968). 1951-1962

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot and photo of facade of Elisabeth Spital, Vienna, with negatives; extensive professional correspondence; programs, announcements, and a few abstracts for International Neurovegetative Symposia I, III, VII and X
Box 5, Folder 23

Costero, I. 1956-1961

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 5, Folder 24

Cox, Leonard Bell, (1894-1976). 1953-1957

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 25

Daley, Allen, (1887-1969). 1952-1955

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence; reports of the Institute of Psychiatry, Univ. of London, British Postgraduate Medical Federation, 1950/51 and 1953/54
Box 5, Folder 26

Davies, J. N. P. 1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 27

Dawson, James Robertson, Jr. 1950-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; illustration of inclusion encephalitis from a Dawson article
Box 5, Folder 28

De Castro, F. 1950-1952

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 5, Folder 29

DeCoursey, Elbert. 1953-1962

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; two brochures from the Southwest Foundation for Research and Education, 1960

Note

General DeCoursey served as Director, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, then Commandant of the Army Medical Service School, then Director of the Southwest Foundation for Research and Education, and Director of Biomedical Research at Trinity Univ., San Antonio, Texas
Box 5, Folder 30

Delarue, Jacques, (1901-1971). 1952-1955

Scope and Content Note

correspondence re. search for preserved tissue samples of Admiral John Paul Jones; one Delarue reprint; portrait of Agnes Delarue, Prof. Delarue's daughter
Box 5, Folder 31

Derham, R. J. 1956-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 32

Einarson, Larus (Einarson, Lárus), (1902-1969). 1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; negative; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 33

Elliott, Frank A. 1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 34

Eugster, Jakob A. G., (1891-1974). 1956-1971

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; reprint, 1956

Note

Professor of Geographical Medicine, Zurich, Switzerland, interested in cosmic ray effects on brain
Box 5, Folder 35

Farr, Lee, (1908-1997). 1956-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence

Note

nuclear medicine, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Box 5, Folder 36

Faust, Ernest Carroll, (1890-1978).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence, some concerned with the hunt for sections of Admiral John Paul Jones' brain, thought to be somewhere in Paris
Box 5, Folder 37

Feldman William H., (d. 1974). 1953-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 38

Fulton, John Farquhar, (1899-1960). 1948-1955

Scope and Content Note

correspondence (minimally concerned with "Founders...")

Note

author of two chapters; listed in Index, both editions; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 39

Furth, Jacob, (1896-1979). 1953-1963

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; come correspondence

Note

pathologist; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Columbia University
Box 5, Folder 40

Gall, Edward A., (1906-1979). 1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; 2 letters
Box 5, Folder 41

Goldstein, Kurt, (1878-1965). 1951-1954

Scope and Content Note

portrait and one snapshot; correspondence

Note

author of three chapters; listed in Index, both editions; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 42

Gomori, George, (1904-1957). 1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; notes and a letter regarding staining methods suggested by Dr. Gomori
Box 5, Folder 43

Goodpasture, Ernest William, (1886-1960). 1956-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence [includes a short report on interesting scientific contacts made during two international pathology congresses in Brussels, 1957]
Box 5, Folder 44

Gozzano, Mario, (1898-1986). 1955-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" snapshot of Dr. Gozzano in an unidentified group; some correspondence

Note

listed in Index, both editions; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 45

Grashchenkov, Nikolai Ivanovich, (1901-1965). 1956-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" snapshot portrait, 8x10" group photo of Grashchenkov, Col. Townsend [Director, Armed Forces Inst. Pathol.], and Webb Haymaker; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 46

Guttmann, Ludwig, (1899–1980). 1951-1956

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; draft of Guttmann submission to the Wartenberg Festschrift; abstract of a congress paper by Evelyn Anderson (Mrs. Webb Haymaker)

Note

portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 47

Hallervorden, Julius, (1882-1965). 1946-1965

Scope and Content Note

several portraits and snapshots; correspondence; list of Hallervorden scientific publications

Note

listed in Index, both editions; see also folder on "Hallervorden Affair", Box 5, Folder 48
Box 5, Folder 48

Hallervorden Affair. 1946, 1953

Scope and Content Note

information submitted by Dr. Hallervorden to the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, and an official letter of reply; extensive correspondence among U.S. and European neuroscientists, especially Drs. Robert Wartenberg, Ludo van Bogaert, Leo Alexander, John Fulton, G.G.J. Rademaker, E.A. Spiegel, H. Spatz, Almeida Lima, and Webb Haymaker, plus many others, concerning the withdrawal of the Dutch delegation to the 5th International Neurological Congress in Lisbon, 1953, in protest against various arrangements, especially assignment of a major presentation to Dr. Hallervorden

Note

see also folder with professional correspondence between Hayward and Hallervorden, Box 2, Folder 26
Box 5, Folder 49

Hamperl, Herwig, (1899-1976). 1955-1960

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 50

Haug, Herbert. 1959-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 51

Hazin, Mussa. 1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; one exchange of letters

Note

Brazilian neurosurgeon
Box 5, Folder 52

Heller, Hans, (1905-1974). 1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 53

Henschen, Folke, (1881-1977). 1950-1962

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portrait snapshots, one negative; snapshot of his first wife; correspondence [see also S.E. Henschen folder, Box 2, Folder 38]; Swedish book review of "Founders..."

Note

Swedish neurologist, son of Salomon Eberhard Henschen; listed in Index, both editions
Box 5, Folder 54

Herman, Eufemiusz, (1892-1985). 1951-1963

Scope and Content Note

correspondence

Note

Polish neurologist; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 55

Herrick, Charles Judson, (1868-1960). 1951-1955, 1960

Scope and Content Note

1951-1955: correspondence mainly between Drs. Herrick and Haymaker (plus editors of "Neurology") re. a biography of Clarence Luther Herrick to be written by his brother; 1960: 5x7" portrait, and 3x4" color transparency of a portrait painting of C.J. Herrick owned by Dr. William Bloom, Chicago; correspondence re. use of that portrait for a forthcoming publication, among Drs. Bloom, M.A.B. Brazier, H.W. Magoun, and R.B. Livingston; short biography of C.J. Herrick by George W. Bartelmez from "Science"

Note

neuroanatomist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 5, Folder 56

Hess, Walter Rudolf, (1881-1973). 1947-1948

Scope and Content Note

five 8x10" photographs, interior and exterior, of Prof. Hess' laboratory in Zurich, Switzerland; one letter each from Hess and Haymaker

Note

listed in "Founders..." Index, 2d edition,; portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 57

Hoff, Hans, (1897-1969). 1951-1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; several 8x10" photos of interiors and exterior scenes, probably of the Neurological Institute, Univ. of Vienna (Oberstein Institute); correspondence

Note

neuropathologist; listed in Index, both editions; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 58

Holmes, Gordon Morgan, (1876-1965). 1948-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; negative; correspondence

Note

neuroanatomist and neurologist; listed in Index, both editions; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 5, Folder 59

Holzer, Wilhelm, (1874-1954). 1950

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait and negative; some correspondence

Note

listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 5, Folder 60

Horstmann, Dorothy, (1911-2001). 1950

Scope and Content Note

postcard from Munich

Note

Dr. Horstmann is shown in a group photo filed under Bogaert (Box, Folder 30); she is mentioned in Haymaker's "News notes from Haymaker regarding European trip", reporting on Paris exhibit and research in Germany (Box 7, Folder 21)
Box 5, Folder 61

Houssay, Bernardo Alberto, (1887-1971). 1949-1955

Scope and Content Note

three portraits, one laboratory group picture; one letter; greeting card; speech announcement

Note

Argentinian physiologist, Nobel Prize winner in 1947
Box 5, Folder 62

Hurtado, Alberto, (1901-1983). 1953-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence
Box 5, Folder 63

Inglis, Keith. 1953-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence
Box 5, Folder 64

Inose, Tadashi, (1914-1995). 1951-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

Japanese neuropathologist
Box 5, Folder 65

Jervis, George A. (Jervis, George Amede), (1904-1986). 1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

expert in mental retardation
Box 5, Folder 66

Jones, John Paul, (1747-1792). 1905-1953

Scope and Content Note

research notes and materials concerning a search for microscopic slides or paraffin blocks of Admiral John Paul Jones' tissues, taken at his autopsy and believed to be somewhere in Paris; correspondence with French contacts

Note

see also correspondence with Dr. William Feldman concerning a projected joint trip to Paris for the search, Box 5, Folder 37
Box 5, Folder 67

Josephy, Herman, (d. 1960). 1958-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 68

Jung, Richard, (1911-1986). 1954-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence
Box 5, Folder 69

Kahle, Werner. 1956-1958

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 5, Folder 70

Kamayama, Naoto, (1890-1963). 1952

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence

Note

chemist, Tokyo University, President, Japan Science Council
Box 5, Folder 71

Karsner, Howard T., (1879-1970).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

Dr. Haymaker contributed a chapter to Dr. Karsner's 8th ed. of "Human Pathology"
Box 5, Folder 72

Kautzky, Rudolf. 1955-1957

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 5, Folder 73

Keener, Ellis B. 1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence
Box 5, Folder 74

Kernohan, James Watson, (1896-1981). 1948-1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

Dr. Kernohan was chapter author (for Georges Marinesco) in both "Founders..." editions
Box 5, Folder 75

Kerr, William John, (1889-1965). 1950-1952

Scope and Content Note

two portrait snapshots, one negative; some correspondence
Box 5, Folder 76

Khanolkar, Vasant Ramji. 1955-1959

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 5, Folder 77

Kleist, Karl, (1879-1960). 1952-1955, 1968

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, snapshots; correspondence, mainly concerned with a proposal for American financing of some of Kleist's work in Germany; reprint of Kleist's farewell lecture on retiring from the Frankfurter Nervenlinik, "Gehirn und Seele", and several drafts of an English translation done by Dr. Karl A. Baer; several drafts of a chapter on Kleist written by K. J. Zulch (Zülch), but not used, for the "Founders..." 2d edition

Note

clinical neurologist; listed in Index, both editions
Box 6, Folder 1

Koyano, Kohei, (1886-1976). 1951-1962

Scope and Content Note

8x10" snapshot of Dr. and Mrs. Koyano in their home; J

Note

Japanese physician, President of Nagasaki University; took part with Haymaker in an Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission collaborative effort to study brain tissues of atomic bomb casualties
Box 6, Folder 2

Krucke, Wilhelm (Krücke, Wilhelm), (1911-1988). 1947-1956

Scope and Content Note

portrait snapshot with Dr. J. Zugg; another with Mrs. Krücke and their young daughters; extensive professional correspondence, including typescripts of presentations in German and/or English of joint work with Dr. Haymaker; illustrations from Dr. Krücke's work

Note

neuropathologist; listed in Index, 2d edition
Box 6, Folder 3

Kuhlenbeck, Hartwig, (1897-1984). 1953-1969

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

comparative neuroanatomist; chapter author (for Constantin von Economo), both editions
Box 6, Folder 4

Kurland, Leonard Terry, (1921-2001). 1954-1964

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence; c.v. (1961)

Note

American epidemiologist, "the founder of neuroepidemiology"
Box 6, Folder 5

Kusama, Yoshio.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter

Note

Japanese physician, Keio University
Box 6, Folder 6

Lange, Herta, (1907-2005). 1952-1955

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; curriculum vitae, 1952
Box 6, Folder 7

Larsson, Borje (Larson, Börje), (1931-1998). 1960

Scope and Content Note

one short letter from Haymaker to Larsson
Box 6, Folder 8

Lillie, Ralph D., (1896-1979). 1950-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; two Lillie reprints; one letter from Haymaker to Lillie; numerous notes concerning tissue staining and stains

Note

histochemist
Box 6, Folder 9

Lippincott, Stuart W. 1955-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

pathologist; Brookhaven National Laboratory
Box 6, Folder 10

Liss, Leopold, (1923- ). 1958-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 11

Luers, Thea and Herbert (Lüers, Thea and Herbert). 1950-1955

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots of the Drs. Luers together; three joint reprints; correspondence, mostly with Thea
Box 6, Folder 12

Luft, Rolf. 1951-1952

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence

Note

Swedish neuroendocrinologist
Box 6, Folder 13

MacLean, Paul D. 1959-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

neuroscientist
Box 6, Folder 14

Makita, Kiyoshi. 1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot of Drs. Haymaker, Makita, and Satoyoshi; some correspondence

Note

Japanese psychiatrist, Keio University
Box 6, Folder 15

McCulloch, Warren Sturgis, (1899-1969). 1949-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" snapshot of McCulloch and Edgar Douglas Adrian, Paris, 1949; correspondence

Note

neurophysiologist, cybernetician; listed in Index, both editions; another snapshot with 4th Neurological Congress photographs
Box 6, Folder 16

McMenemey, William Henry, (1905-1977). 1949-1963, 1976

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portrait snapshots; snapshots: Dr. McMenemey and Dr. Moises Polak dated 1964, McMenemey and Dr. and Mrs. Spatz; correspondence; two reprints; see also J.A.L. Clarke's folder (Box 1, Folder 51) for additional letters from McMenemey and one letter from Mrs. McMenemey concerning his death

Note

neuropathologist; listed in "Founders..." Index, both editions
Box 6, Folder 17

Meyer, K. F. (Meyer, Karl Friedrich), (1884-1974). 1951-1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence

Note

bacteriologist, epidemiologist, Director of George Williams Hooper Foundation, Univ. Calif. San Francisco
Box 6, Folder 18

Montreal Neurological Institute. Quarter Century Celebration. 1959

Scope and Content Note

Celebration program, handouts; group photos of MNI staff and guests; various notes; correspondence; documents re. travel release for Haymaker

Note

Haymaker was a former Fellow of the MNI
Box 6, Folder 19

Mori-Chavez, Pablo 1958-1960

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; some correspondence

Note

Peruvian physician
Box 6, Folder 20

Murakami, Ujihiro, (1910-1992) 1958-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

teratologist, Nagoya University
Box 6, Folder 21

Naffziger, Howard Christian, (1884-1961) 1950-1952

Scope and Content Note

correspondence; typed copy of Naffziger's contribution to the Wartenberg Festschrift; two appreciations of Naffziger on his 70th birthday by Wartenberg

Note

neurosurgeon
Box 6, Folder 22

Nelson, Erland. 1954-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

American neurologist, neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 23

Nielsen, Johannes Maagaard, (1890-1969). 1950

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait snapshot; letter from Haymaker recommending Prof. E. J. Herman of Lods, Poland for membership in the American Neurological Association; Dr. Herman's short c.v.
Box 6, Folder 24

Noetzel, H. 1949, 1955

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; some correspondence

Note

Freiburg Univ., Germany
Box 6, Folder 25

Norman, Ronald, (1905-1968). 1957-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10 portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

British neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 26

Nowakowski, Henryk. 1950-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some corespondence

Note

endocrinologist, Univ. Hamburg
Box 6, Folder 27

Oda, Takuzo. 1956-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; list of publications, 1957-1959
Box 6, Folder 28

Ostertag, Berthold, (1895-1975). 1951-1974

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot of Dr. Ostertag and Dr. Herta Lange; correspondence, mainly about Ostertag's contribution to the Wartenberg Festschrift; drafts, in German and English, of that contribution; one Ostertag reprint

Note

German neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 29

Papez, James Wenceslas, (1883-1958). 1948-1958

Scope and Content Note

portrait; correspondence; four 35mm slides; ca. 100 unidentified pages of what may be part of a syllabus on the nervous system; correspondence with James P. Papez, son, 1972-1974

Note

neuroanatomist; subject of chapter in 2d edition; author of four chapters in 1st edition
Box 6, Folder 30

Peters, Gerd, (1906-1987). 1955-1965

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot, and group shot with staff; correspondence; one reprint; short c.v. with list of publications through 1958

Note

German neuropathologist; Director, Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry
Box 6, Folder 31

Pette, Heinrich, (1987-1964). 1949-1962

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots, one dated 1936; snapshot with Dr. and Mrs. Krucke (Krücke); correspondence, including two notes from Dr. Edith Pette, wife

Note

German neurologist, Hamburg
Box 6, Folder 32

Pichotka, Josef. 1948-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

German neurophysiologist
Box 6, Folder 33

Pomerat, C. M. (Pomerat, Charles Marc), (1905-1964). 1950-1959

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; extensive correspondence, especially focused on radiation effects on brain cells

Note

American cell biologist; additional portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 6, Folder 34

Pomerat, C. M. (Pomerat, Charles Marc), (1905-1964). 1960-1964

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

correspondence
Box 6, Folder 35

Potter, Edith. 1953-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

pathologist, Univ. Chicago Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Box 6, Folder 36

Radermecker, Joseph. 1956-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; sparse correspondence

Note

Belgian neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 37

Refsum, Sigvald Bernhard, (1907-1991). 1953

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; correspondence; typed draft for an article, "Heredopathia atactia plyneuritiformis", with one illustration

Note

Norwegian neurologist
Box 6, Folder 38

Richardson, Edward Peirson Jr., (1918-1998). 1957-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

American neuropathologist, Massachusetts General Hospital
Box 6, Folder 39

Richter, Richard B. 1948-1963

Scope and Content Note

portrait (?); correspondence

Note

American neuropathologist, Univ. Chicago; chapter author in "Founders..." for Nikolaus Friedreich; an 8x10" portrait snapshot is included (was in the original folder), but is labeled "Taruzi, Antone" in back
Box 6, Folder 40

Riehl, Gustav, (1894-1984). 1951

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; photographs of building exteriors: 1. "Stiftung Heilstatte für Lupuskranke" (Vienna) 2. postcard (and message) with 18th c. view of Vienna's Allgemeines Krankenhaus and snapshot of the tower for the insane; photograph of a group portrait of University of Vienna faculty (among decipherable names: Haller, Unger, Brücke, Helm, Oppeinzer); letter from Haymaker

Note

Austrian dermatologist
Box 6, Folder 41

Riese, Walther, (1890-1976). 1949-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait and portrait snapshots; correspondence

Note

neurologist, historian of medicine; chapter author (of Adolf Strümpell) in both editions, and additional Index listings
Box 6, Folder 42

Robertis, Eduardo Diego Patricio de, (1913-1988). 1959-1960

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; correspondence

Note

Argentinian neuroanatomist
Box 6, Folder 43

Roeder, F. D. 1955-1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; two short notes from Haymaker

Note

Göttingen neurologist
Box 6, Folder 44

Rossle, Robert (Rössle, Robert), (1876-1956). 1951-1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; exterior photo of Templehofer Institut, Berlin; correspondence

Note

German neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 45

Sallmann, Ludwig von, (1892-1975). 1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; Sallmann reprint; correspondence with Drs. V. Everett Kinsey and Carl Wachtl of the Kresge Eye Institute (1957); all correspondence about study of high-altitude particle effects on the animal eye

Note

ophthalmologist
Box 6, Folder 46

Sarkisov, Semen Aleksandrovich, (1895-1971). 1959

Scope and Content Note

translation of a letter from Sarkisov to Horace W. Magoun, congratulating him on the opening of the UCLA Brain Research Institute, and describing the photographs of the Moscow Brain Institute (Akademiia Meditsinskikh Nauk SSSR. Institut Mozga) he is sending for display at the BRI dedication; photocopy from "Journal f. Psychologie u. Neurologie", v. 40, 1929, of a speech given by Oskar Vogt about the Moscow Brain Research Institute, which was also sent to Dr. Magoun

Note

Dr. Sarkisov was Director of the Moscow Brain Research Institute, 1928-1968
Box 6, Folder 47

Schaltenbrand, Georg, (1897-1979). 1950-1961

Scope and Content Note

8x10" and small portrait snapshots; snapshots of Drs. Haymaker and Dr. Evelyn Anderson (Mrs. Webb Haymaker); 1953 Schaltenbrand reprint, detailing a 3-months visit to review neurosciences in the USA

Note

German neuroscientist
Box 6, Folder 48

Scharenberg, Konstantin, (1892- ). 1956-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

neuropathologist; chapter author (for Pico del Rio-Hortega)
Box 6, Folder 49

Scheidegger, S. 1952-1957

Scope and Content Note

snapshots of Pathologische Anstalt der Univ. Basel exterior, an unidentified building, and two unidentified men one of whom may be Dr. Scheidegger; correspondence

Note

Swiss pathologist
Box 6, Folder 50

Schneider, Max. 1955

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; two letters

Note

German physiologist
Box 6, Folder 51

Scholz, Willibald, (1889-1971). 1948-1967

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

corresponence
Box 6, Folder 52

Scholz, Willibald, (1889-1971).

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

numerous portraits and snapshots; curriculum vitae, ca. 1950; galley proofs and correspondence (1952-1957) regarding Haymaker-Strughold chapter for a new edition of the Henke-Lubarsch Handbuch on pathologic anatomy, which was being edited by Scholz
Box 6, Folder 53

Schummelfeder, Norbert (Schümmelfeder, Norbert), (1916-1965). 1957-1965

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portrait snapshots; correspondence; one reprint; typescripts of lectures given by Dr. Schümmelfeder at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C., 1958

Note

German neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 54

Shoho, Chusaburo. 1951-1952

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence; draft of a manuscript (in English) for the "Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine"; reprints (in German), 1944, 1945

Note

Japanese neuropathologist
Box 6, Folder 55

Soeken, Gertrud, (1897-1978).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; typed German copy or summary of a publication in Beiheft 35, "Archiv f. Kinderheilkunde", 1957
Box 6, Folder 56

Spatz, Hugo, (1888-1969). 1948-1952

Physical Description: folder 1 of 3

Scope and Content Note

extensive correspondence, both professional and personal, with Dr. Spatz and some of his coworkers, including Dr. Jakob Christ, Dr. Hendrikh Nowakowskie (with photo of Nowakowskie and Dr. Evelyn Anderson [Mrs. Haymaker]), Milie von Mollendorff (Möllendorff, Spatz's mother-in-law); typed reports on activities of the Kaiser Wilhelm-Institut für Hirnforschung at the end of World War II and up to 1949, and of its replacement, the Neuroanatomische und Neuropathologische Abteilung des Max-Planck-Institute für Hirnforschung in Giessen, 1949/50 [Spatz was Director of both entities]

Note

neuropathologist; chapter in 2d edition; listed in Index, 1st edition
Box 6, Folder 57

Spatz, Hugo, (1888-1969). 1953-1969

Physical Description: folder 2 of 3

Scope and Content Note

later correspondence

Note

for additional correspondence with Dr. Spatz see Box 3, Folder 45
Box 6, Folder 58

Spatz, Hugo, (1888-1969).

Physical Description: folder 3 of 3

Scope and Content Note

portraits and snapshots, alone and with colleagues (van Bogaert, Lindenberg, Krucke, etc.) and staff; snapshots of Spatz family and gatherings of friends; photographs taken by Haymaker of: 1. the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institute f. Psychiatrie, 2. ruins in Munich, 3. ruins of Hitler's compound in Berchtesgaden; Spatz family picture postcards

Note

for a lantern slide of Drs. Spatz, van Bogaert, and Mrs. Spatz see Box 9, Folder 8
Box 6, Folder 59

Stender, Aris. 1949-1959

Scope and Content Note

two portrait snapshots and view of Dr. Stender's neurology clinic in Berlin-Charlottenburg; correspondence; reprint

Note

German neurosurgeon; listed in Index, 1sr edition, and provided portrait for Queckenstedt
Box 6, Folder 60

Streli, Rudolf. 1956

Scope and Content Note

snapshot negative of Dr. Streli and wife; one postcard, one letter

Note

Austrian neurologist
Box 6, Folder 61

Sunderland, Sydney, (1910-1993). 1950

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; some correspondence

Note

another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 6, Folder 62

Takeya-Siko, (Takeya-Sikô). 1951-1959

Scope and Content Note

35mm slide portrait snapshot, 8x10" portrait snapshot of Drs. Takeya-Sikô and Haymaker; correspondence

Note

Japanese neuropathologist, Kyushu University, Fukuoka; took part with Haymaker in an Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission collaborative effort to study brain tissues of atomic bomb casualties
Box 7, Folder 1

Tanabe, Hiroshi. 1952-1955

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; some correspondence

Note

Japanese pathologist, Okayama University Medical School
Box 7, Folder 2

Taylor, Grant (Taylor, Harvey Grant), (1903-1995). 1952-1957

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; correspondence, mostly regarding the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission collaborative effort to study brain tissues of atomic bomb casualties which Haymakers organized with Japanese pathologists

Note

Dr. Taylor was Director of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Hiroshima; communications between the American and Japanese collaborators went via his office
Box 7, Folder 3

Tolone, Salvatore. 1951-1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; Italian text of "La sindrome alterna parabulbare laterale", submitted for the Wartenberg Festschrift in "Neurology"

Note

Neurology Clinic, University of Naples, Italy
Box 7, Folder 4

Tsuzuki, Masao. 1952-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence; drafts of an introduction to a joint Haymaker-Tsuzuki article

Note

Japanese surgeon, Head of Japanese National Research Council at and of WWII and thereafter
Box 7, Folder 5

Uchimura, Yuri, (1897-1980). 1951-1958

Scope and Content Note

group snapshots, one from Tokyo, three from the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (individuals are identified); correspondence; typescript and reprint of an article in German by Uchimura and H. Shiraki, and drafts of its English translation by Francis Schiller: "Cerebral injuries caused by atomic bombardment"; typescripts and reprints of additional materials on CNS effects of radiation

Note

Japanese neuropathologist, Dean of Tokyo University Medical School; was main collaborator with Haymaker in an Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission project to study brain tissues of atomic bomb casualties
Box 7, Folder 6

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library. 1961-1978

Scope and Content Note

letters from Dr. Haymaker accompanying deposits of his materials to the library
Box 7, Folder 7

Victor, Paul Emile (Victor, Paul Émile), (1907-1995). 1956

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, group shot at visit to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in 1956; correspondence

Note

French ethnologist and explorer, led French expedition to South Pole
Box 7, Folder 8

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959).

Physical Description: folder 1 of 5

Scope and Content Note

reprints and photocopies of articles by and about the Vogts (biographies, memorials, obituaries, including one by Haymaker with illustrations, negatives, and correspondence); two letters to Dr. Horace Magoun with information re. the Vogts

Note

neuropathologists; chapter in 2d edition, listed in Index in 1st edition; see also folders on Marthe Vogt and Marguerite Vogt, daughters, Box 7, Folder 13 and 14
Box 7, Folder 9

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959).

Physical Description: folder 2 of 5

Scope and Content Note

a 1950 Haymaker letter to W. H. Sebrell, Director of NIH, re. the Vogt collection of brains, and letter also contains a short Haymaker curriculum vitae; a lengthy report to Dr. Sebrell re. a month's visit to the Vogt laboratory by Haymaker in 1950/51, describing their collection of brains and terms under which that collection might come to the U.S., with numerous notes and background materials; numerous photos and negatives taken by Webb on his German trip, with pictures of the Vogts, their laboratory, and home
Box 7, Folder 10

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959). 1950-1959

Physical Description: folder 3 of 5

Scope and Content Note

correspondence between Cécile or Oskar Vogt and Haymaker, plus a few communications with others in the Vogt's circle

Note

also see correspondence with Marthe and Marguerite Vogt, Box 7, Folder 13 and 14
Box 7, Folder 11

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959).

Physical Description: folder 4 of 5

Scope and Content Note

miscellaneous papers, mostly by or concerning Oskar Vogt
Box 7, Folder 12

Vogt, Cecile Mugnier (Vogt, Cécile Mugnier), (1875-1962), and Vogt, Oskar, (1870-1959). folder 5 of 5

Scope and Content Note

portraits: Cécile Vogt and Oskar Vogt; photographs of: institutes Vogt directed and associated buildings; 1950 ceremony honoring the Vogts; landscapes around Neuberg; some miscellaneous photos

Note

other illustrations in Vogt folders #1 and #2; see also Marthe Vogt folder, Box 7, Folder 14
Box 7, Folder 13

Vogt, Marguerite, (1913-2007). 1950-1951

Scope and Content Note

correspondence [see also next folder on Marthe Vogt, sister]

Note

molecular and cell biologist, worked at CalTech and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies; daughter of Cécile and Oskar Vogt
Box 7, Folder 14

Vogt, Marthe, (1903-2003). 1950-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; various drafts (in German and English) of an article written for vol. 1 of "Neurology" by Cécile and Oskar Vogt and translated by their daughter Marthe, and an accompanying tribute written by Haymaker ("Cécile and Oskar Vogt: on the occasion of her 75th and his 80th birthday"); English translation of an article on chorea by the Vogts, translated by Marthe and edited by Haymaker; correspondence, mostly concerning these articles

Note

neuropharmacologist; worked at University of Ediburgh and Cambridge Univ.
Box 7, Folder 15

Waaler, Erik, (1903-1997). 1953-1959

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; photographs of Bergen Museum exterior (Univ. of Bergen); correspondence

Note

Norwegian pathologist, Vice Chancellor, Univ. of Bergen
Box 7, Folder 16

Watanabe, Goro. 1957-1963

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; two letters

Note

Japanese pathologist, Showa Medical College, Tokyo
Box 7, Folder 17

Wolf, Abner, (1902-1983). 1948-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

American neuropathologist; Columbia University
Box 7, Folder 18

Young, Frank George, (1908-1988). 1953-1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot and group shot with family; correspondence

Note

British biochemist and educationist, Cambridge University
Box 7, Folder 19

Zimmerman, Harry M., (1901-1995). 1953-1960

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

American neuropathologist; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
 

Series 3. 4th International Neurological Congress, Paris 1949

Physical Description: 7 folders; 0.5 linear ft. ; 0.5 carton

Scope and Content Note

over 700 portraits of congress attendees; a few photographs of congress settings, sessions, and "The Founders of Neurology" exhibit; congress and exhibit memorabilia and reviews

Arrangement

alphabetical by family name
Box 7, Folder 20

4th International Neurological Congress, Paris. 1949

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

photographs of exterior and interior of the Congress location, the École de Médecine; crowd and group photographs of Congress sessions and meetings; photographs of individual attendees and guests, some identified
Box 7, Folder 21

4th International Neurological Congress, Paris. 1949

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

two-page typed "News notes from Haymaker regarding European trip" with a paragraph on the exhibit, and short notes about the research efforts of Drs. Spatz, Hallervorden, Scholz, Horstmann and Krucke (Krücke) in West Germany; American Academy of Neurology summary of the Congress and American exhibits; Congress souvenirs; Paris photos; group photo of AFIP personnel attending the Congress, including Haymaker
 

Subseries 1. The "Founders of Neurology" Exhibit 1949

Box 7, Folder 22

The "Founders of Neurology" exhibit in the Salle des Pas-Perdue, École de Médecine, Paris. 1949

Physical Description: folder 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

photographs of exhibit cases; list of the 100 neurologists included; short item on the exhibit in "Le Progres Medical"
Box 7, Folder 23

The "Founders of Neurology" exhibit in the Salle des Pas-Perdue, École de Médecine, Paris. 1949

Physical Description: folder 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photograph of Lord Adrian (Edgar Douglas Adrian, 1st Baron Adrian, 1889-1977) and Warren S. McCulloch (Warren Sturgis McCulloch, 1898-1969) in front of the exhibit cases'; snapshot of Haymaker and unidentified man in front of exhibit
 

Subseries 2. Portraits of Attendees 1949

Arrangement

alphabetical
Box 7, Folder 24

Lists of attendees and attendee photographs. 1949

Scope and Content Note

1) a list of individual's name, national affiliation, film roll and negative numbers, and Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) identification number, handwritten when individuals were photographed; 2) carbon copy of a typed list of names drawn from the handwritten one, arranged by AFIP numbers; 3) a somewhat fuzzy photocopy of a printed listing of Congress attendees, arranged by last name under country headings, with AFIP numbers handwritten in the margin; copy of official notice requesting attendees to be photographed

Note

discrepancies exist among the lists and each introduces a possible source of errors: personal and national idiosyncrasies of handwriting, the faint quality of the carbon copy, problems of dealing with the rules of compound names from many countries
Box 7, Folder 25

Portraits: A

Scope and Content Note

ABDEL NAVI, S. (Egypt); ADAMS, Raymond D. (U.S.); ADRIAN, Edgar Douglas (Gt. Britain); AINSLIE, J. P. (Australia); AIRD, Robert Burns (U.S.); AJMONE MARSAN, Cosimo (Italy); AKERMANN, A. (Brazil); ALAJOUANINE, Th. (Théophile)(France); ALCOCK, N. S. (Gt. Britain); ALLEN, I. M. (New Zealand); ALLIEZ, Joseph (France); ALLISON, R. S. (Richard Sydney) (Gt. Britain); d'ALMEIDA LIMA, Pedro Manuel (Portugal); ALVIM, F. Manuel (Portugal); ANASTASSOPOULOS, G. (Greece); ANDLER, Maxwell M. (U.S.); d'ANDREA, Fausto (Italy); ARANA, R. (Uruguay); ARCAYA de FIGUEROA BODY, Amparo (Chile); ARELLANO, A. (Peru); ARMENISE, Pietro (Italy); ARMSTRONG, C. W. (C. N.?) (Gt. Britain); ASENJO, Alfonso (Chile); ASK-UPMARK, Erik (Sweden); ASKENASY, Harden (Israel); AUSTREGESILO, Antonio (Brazil); AUSTREGESILO, Antonio M., Jr. (Brazil)
Box 7, Folder 26

Portraits: Ba-Bi

Scope and Content Note

BAAN, P. A. H. (Holland); BAASCH, E. (Switzerland); BACKMAN, Erkki (Finland); BAILEY, Pearce (U.S.); BAILEY, Percival (U.S.); BAKER, A. B. (U.S.); BALLIVET, J. (France); BARAHONA-FERNANDES, H. (Portugal); BARRADA, Y. (Egypt); BARRAQUER-BORDAS, L. (Spain); BARRAQUER-FARRE, Luis (Spain); BARRE (Barré), Jean Alexandre (France); BARTSCHI-ROCHAIX (BÄRTSCHI-ROCHAIX), Werner (Switzerland); BARTSTRA, H. K. G. (Holland); BARUK, Henri (France); BATES, M. (Gt. Britain); BAUDOIN, Alphonse (France); BENDA, Clemens E. (Ernst) (U.S.); BENDER, Morris B. (Boris) (U.S.); BENTSEN, Karl Gustav (Denmark); BERARDINELLI, Waldemar (Brazil); BERGSTRA, F. Y. (Holland); BERNARDES, Moacyr (Brazil); BERTRAND, Claude (Canada); BIEMOND, Arie (Holland); BINGLEY-WENNSTROM, Torsten (Sweden); BISGAARD-FRANTZEN, C. Fr. (Denmark)
Box 7, Folder 27

Portraits: Bo-Bu

Scope and Content Note

BOGAERT, Ludo van (Belgium); BOHM, M. (Czechoslovakia); BOLLACK, Jacques (France); BOONE, P. C. (Holland); BORBERG, N. C. (Denmark); BORDES-VALLS, Manuel (Spain); BOS, T. A. (Holland); BOSCHI, Gaetano (Italy); BOSHES, Benjamin (U.S.); BOTTERELL, E. H. (Canada); BOUDIN, G. (France); BOUDOURESQUES, J. (France); BOUDUELLE, M. (France); BOURGUIGNON, G. (France); BRAAK, J. W. G. ter (Holland); BRAAT, J. P. (Holland); BRAIN, W. Russell (Walter Russell) (Gt. Britain); BREMER, Frederic (Frédéric) (Belgium); BRINGEL, Ragnar (Sweden); BRITO E CUNHA, J. L. (Brazil); BRODAL, Alf (Norway); BRODIE-HUGHES, E. (Gt. Britain); BROUWER, Bernard (Holland); BROWN, Howard A. (U.S.); BRUETSCH, Walter L. (U.S.); BRUNELLI, A. (Italy); BRUNNSCHWEILER, H. (Switzerland); BUCHTHAL, Fritz (Denmark); BUCY, Paul Clancy (U.S.); BUENO (BUENO ITUARTE), Ricardo (Spain); BUFFAT, J. D. (U.S.); BURGI, S. (Switzerland); BURKE SUITT, R. (U.S.); BURLINGAME, C. Charles (U.S.); BUSSCHER, Jacques de (Belgium)
Box 7, Folder 28

Portraits: C

Scope and Content Note

CAMPBELL, A. M. G. (Gt. Britain); CARMODY, John (U.S.); CARSON, James (Gt. Britain); CASTELLANOS MARTINEZ, Martin (CASTELLANOS MARTÍNEZ, Martín) (Cuba); CASTILLO, Raul (U.S./Venezuela); de CASTRO, Aloysio (Brazil); CAUGHEY, John Egerton (New Zealand); CAVENESS, William F. (U.S.); CERNACEK, J. (Czechoslovakia); CHANDY, Jacob (India); CHANG, Y. D. (China); CHARLIN, A. P. (France); CHATAGNON, P. A. (France); CHENG, Leslie Y. L. (China); CHICHORRO, Vasco (Portugal); CHOW, S. D. (China); CHRISTENSEN, Erna (Denmark); CHRISTIANSEN (or CHRISTENSEN?), J. C. (Argentina); CHRISTOPHE, L. (Belgium); CLARK, Wilfrid E. (Edward) Le Gros (U.S.); CLARK-MAXWELL, G. S. (George Selwyn) (Gt. Britain); CLOAKE, Philip C. (Gt. Britain); COHEN, Henry (Gt. Britain); COLE, Edwin M. (U.S.); COLOMBATI, Spartaco (Italy); COLOMBO, P. (Italy); CORDIER, J. (Belgium); CORDOVA (CÓRDOVA), Armado de (Cuba); CORREIA D'OLIVEIRA, Jose Augusto (Portugal); COSSA, Paul (France); COSTA, Eser Americano da (Brazil); COSTA, Gino (Peru); COURJON, Jean (France); COUTO, Deolindo (Deolindo Augusto de Nunes) (Brazil); COXON, R. V. (Gt. Britain); CRITCHLEY, Macdonald (Gt. Britain); CURTIS, John Bryant (Gt. Britain/Australia)
Box 7, Folder 29

Portraits: D-E

Scope and Content Note

DAGNELIE, J. (Belgium); DALSGAARD-NIELSEN, T. (Denmark); DANIEL, P. M. (Gt. Britain); DATTNER, Bernhard (U.S.); DELGADO, Jose M. Rodriguez (José M. Rodríguez) (Spain); DELL, Paul (France); DELMAS-MARSALET, Paul (France); DEPARIS, Maurice (France); DEREUX, J. (France); D'ERRICO, Albert (U.S.); DESCAMPS, M.-L. (Belgium); DIAS, Thales de Oliveira (Brazil); DIAZ Y GOMEZ (DIÁZ Y GÓMEZ), Eugenio (Spain); DOGAN, Sergije (Yugoslavia); DONINI, Francesco (Italy); DOUCET, Y. (France); DOUTHWAITE, A. H. (Arthur Henry) (Gt. Britain); DRAKE, Ralph L. (U.S.); DROOGLEEVER-FORTUYN, J. (Holland); DUMONT, E. (Belgium); DUNLEVY, G.R. (U.S.); DUPLAY, J. (France); DUSKA, Blazevic (Yugoslavia); de ECHALECU y CANINO, Francisco (Spain); ECKERSTROM (ECKERSTRÖM), Sten (Sweden); ECTORS, Léon (Belgium); EDWARDS, Colin (Gt. Britain); EKBLAD, Martin (Sweden); El GAREM, O. (Egypt); ELKES, J. (Gt. Britain); ELLERMANN, Mogens (Denmark); ELVIDGE, A. R. (Canada); EMBLEM, Leif, (Norway); ENGLANDER, Charles (U.S.); ERICKSON, Theodore Charles (U.S.); ESPIN HERRERO, Jose (José) M. (Spain); EVERTS, William H. (U.S.); EWERT, Bo A. V. (Sweden); EY, H. (France)
Box 7, Folder 30

Portraits: F

Scope and Content Note

FARBROT, Oystein (Øystein) (Norway); FASIANI, G. M. (Italy); FAURE, J. (France); FAZIO, Cornelio (Italy); FEREY, D. (France); FERRARO, Armando (U.S.); FETTERMAN, Joseph L. (U.S.); FIAMBERTI, Mario (Italy); FINCHER, Edgar F. (U.S.); FIRTOS, S. Cseh (Holland); FISCHER-WILLIAMS, M. (Gt. Britain); FISCHGOLD, H. (France); FITCH, Thomas S. P. (U.S.); FOG, Elin (Denmark); FOG, Mogens Ludolf (Denmark); FOG, Torben (Denamark); FOLKERTS, J. F. (Holland); FRACASSI, Teodoro (Téodoro) (Argentina); FRADE CARRANQUE, Luis (Spain); FRAUCHIGER, Ernst (Switzerland); FREEMAN, Walter Jackson (U.S.); FREIMAN, I. S. (U.S.); FREITAS-JULIAO, Oswaldo (Brazil); FREY, Torsten Svenson son (Sweden); FROHLICH, M. (Gt. Britain); FROVIG (FRØVIG), Anne-Gun (Norway); FROVIG (FRØVIG), Arne (Norway); FULTON, John Farquar (U.S.); FURTADO, Diego (Portugal); FUZLULLAH, Syed (India)
Box 7, Folder 31

Portraits: G

Scope and Content Note

GALLAIS, P. (France); GALLINATO, Alberto (Chile); GAMMON, George D. (U.S.); GARCIN, Raymond, (France); GARD, Sven (Sweden); GARLAND, Hugh G. (Gregory) (Gt. Britain); GASTAUT, Henri (France); GAUFFRIAU, P. (France); GAUTHIER, C. A. (Canada); GAYLOR, John B. (Gt. Britain); GEELMUYDEN, C. (Christian) (Norway); GEETS, W. (Belgium); GEIRINGER, E. (Gt. Britain); GERAUD (GÉRAUD), J. (France); GEREBTZOFF, M. A. (Belgium); GIORGI, Giorgio (Italy); GIRARD, Paul Francois (François) (France); de GISPERT, I. (Spain); GLEES, Paul (Franz Paul) (Gt. Britain); GOKAY (GÖKAY), Fahreddin Kerim (Turkey); GOLDSTEIN, Kurt (U.S.); GORDON, George (Gt. Britain); GOZZANO, Mario (Italy); GRAIN, Gerald O. (U.S.); GRANT, Francis Clark (U.S.); GREENE, Justin L. (U.S.); GREEnFIELD, Joseph Goodwin (Gt. Britain); GROS, Cl. (France); GUEST I. Arthur (Gt. Britain); GUILANI (Dr.) (Iran); GUILLAIN, George Charles (France); GUILLAUME, Jean (France); GUILLEN, Emilio (Dominican Republic); GUILLY, P. (France); GUOMUNDSSON, K. R. (Iceland); GURDJIAN, E. S. (Elisha S.) (U.S.); GUTTMANN, Ludwig (Gt. Britain)
Box 7, Folder 32

Portraits: H

Scope and Content Note

de HAAN, E. (Holland); HAARR, Ingolf Marius (Norway); HAENE, Albert de (Belgium); HAGUENAU, J. (France); HALLPIKE, Charles Skinner (Gt. Britain); HAMBY, Wallace Bernard (U.S.); HAMLIN, Hannibal (U.S.); HAMMES, E. M. (U.S.); HAMMON, William McD. (U.S.); HANNAH, R. A. (H?) (Gt. Britain); HARKMARK, Wilhelm (Norway); HARRIS, Wilfred John (Gt. Britain); HARTOG JAGER, W. A. den (Holland); HASSIN, George Boris (U.S.); HAYWARD, Emeline P. (U.S.); HECAEN (HÉCAEN), Henri Hyacinthe Octave (France); HENNER, C. (Czechoslovakia); HENSON, Ronald A. (Gt. Britain); HERMAN, Eufemiusz (Poland); HERMANN, K. (Gt. Britain); HERMANN, Knud (Denmark); HERTZ, Helge (Denmark); HESS, Walter Rudolf (Switzerland); HIBBARD, James S. (U.S.); HILLER, Frederick (U.S.); HOCH, Paul N. (U.S.); HOEBERECHTS, P. K. J. (Holland); HOEKSTRA, W. (Holland); HOEN, Thomas I. (U.S.); HOENEVELD, G. (Holland); HOFF, Hans (Austria); HOHENBERG, Margaret (U.S.); HOLMES, Gordon (Gt. Britain); HOLMES, J. MacDonald (Gt. Britain); HOLMGREN, Borge (Börje) (Sweden); HONCKE, Poul (Denmark); HORRAX, Gilbert (U.S.); van der HORST, L, (Holland); HORTON, Bayard Taylor (U.S.); HOUDART, R. (France); HUNTER, John (Australia)
Box 7, Folder 33

Portraits: I-J

Scope and Content Note

INGVAR, David H. (Sweden); ISENSCHMID, G. Robert (Switzerland); JACKSON, Harvey (Gt. Britain); JAKIMOWICZ, Wladyslaw (Poland); JANSEN, Jan B. (Birger) (Norway); JASPER, Herbert Henri (Canada); JASPERS, E. M. (Holland); JEANS, W. E. (William Dampier) (Gt. Britain); JEFFERSON, Geoffrey (Gt. Britain); JEFFERSON, J. M. (Gt. Britain); JEQUIER (JÉQUIER), Michel (Switzerland); JIMENEZ, Ricardo (Cuba); de JONG, J. G. Y. (Holland)
Box 7, Folder 34

Portraits: K

Scope and Content Note

KABAT, Elbin Abraham (U.S.); KAHN, Edgar A. (U.S.); KAILA, Martti (Findland); KALINOWSKY, Lothar B. (U.S.); KAMMERER, Th. (France); KATZENELBOGEN, Solomon (U.S.); KATZENSTEIN, Erick (Switzerland); KAUFMANN, J. (Switzerland); KEMP, A. (Holland); KENNEDY, Robert Foster (U.S.); KERR, A. Sutcliffe (Gt. Britain); KERSHMAN, John (Canada); KIEC, B. (not recorded); KIPFER, M. (France); KISSEL, P. (France); KLEIN, Marc Richard (France); KLEYNTJENS, F. (Belgium); KOURETAS, D. (Greece); KRABBE, Knud Haraldsen (Denmark); KREBS Ed. (France); KRISTIANSEN, Kristian (Canada/Norway); KUGELBERG, Erik Klas Henrik (Sweden)
Box 7, Folder 35

Portraits: L

Scope and Content Note

LAIGNEL-LAVASTINE, Maxime (France); LANGMAID, Charles (Gt. Britain); LARRAMENDI y MONTIANO, Luis Hernando de (Spain); LARUELLE L. (Belgium); di LASCIO, Arnaldo (Brazil); LAST, S. A. (Gt. Britain); LAURIN, Paul Emile (Émile) (Canada); LEDEBOER, B. Ch. (Holland); LEFEBVRE, J. (France); LENSHOEK C. H. (Holland); LEPINE (LÉPINE), P. R. (France); LEREBOULLET, J. (France); LERIQUE, J. (France); LESCHER, F. G. (Frank Graham) (Gt. Britain); LEVISON, Herman (Denmark); LEY GRACIA, Adolfo (Spain); LHERMITTE, Jacques Jean (France); LIDDELL, E. G. T. (Edward George Tandy) (Gt. Britain); LIEBERT, Erich (U.S.); LINDHAL, Odd (Normay); LINDQVIST, R. (Sweden); LINDQVIST, Torsten (Johan Torsten)(Sweden); LISI, Lionello De (Italy); LIST, Carl F. (U.S.); LIVERSEDJE, L. A. (Gt. Britain); LIVINGSTON, Robert Burr (U.S.); LLAVERO, Francisco (Spain); LONGO, Vito (Italy); LOPEZ IBOR, Juan J. (Spain); LOUIS-BAR, Denise (Belgium); LOVE, J. Grafton (U.S.); LOWENTHAL. A. (Belgium); LUCAS, W. G. (U.S.); LUCCARELLI, Saverio (Italy); LUND, Mogens (Denmark); LUNDBERG, Nils (Sweden); LUNDERVOLD, Arne (Norway); LUNN, Villars (Denmark); LUTEN, J. (Holland); LUTHY, F. (Switzerland); LUYENDIJK, W. (Holland); LYONNET, Julio H. (Argentina)
Box 7, Folder 36

Portraits: M

Scope and Content Note

MACIEL, Zacarias (Brazil); MACKEN, N.-J. (or P.M.J.?) (Belgium); MAGALHAES GOMES, E. (Brazil); MAGE, J. (Belgium); MAGNET VAN STRAALEN, Jose (José); MAILE, W. B. D. (Gt. Britain); MAIR, William G. P. (Gt. Britain); MANCEAUX, G.A. (France); MARQUES (MARQUÉS), A. de Vasconcellos (Portugal); MARTIN, J. Purdon (Gt. Britain); MARTIN, John ((U.S.); MARTIN, Paul (Belgium); MASCHERPA, Fermo (Italy); MATHIEU, Pierre (France); MATIC, V. (Yugoslavia); MATTHYS, E. (Belgium); McCONNELL, A. A. (Gt. Britain); McCUE, E. H. (U.S.); McEACHERN, D. S. (Canada); McKINNEY, John McDowell (U.S.); McLARDY, Turner (Gt. Britain); McNERNEY, John C. (U.S.); MEADOWS, S. P. (Gt. Britain); MEATH, James A. (U.S.); MERRITT, H. Houston (U.S.); MESSIMY, R. (France); METZGER, O. (France); MILLER, Henry (Gt. Britain); MINKOWSKI, M. (Switzerland); MIRANDA, Henrique de (Portugal); MIRANDA RODRIGUEZ, E. de (Portugal); MISEROCCHI, Enrico (Italy); MOLLARET, Pierre (France); MOLLINEDO HERRERA, Rafael (Guatemala); MONNIER, Marcel (Switzerland); MONRAD-KROHN, Gerog Herman (Norway); MONTMOLLIN, Robert de (Switzerland); MOORE, Matthew T. (U.S.); MORELLE, J. (Belgium); MORICE, J. (France); MORSIER, G. de (Switzerland); MOSINGER (or MOSINGHER?), M. (Michel?) (France); MOURGUE, Raoul (France); MOUZON, J. (France); MULLER (MÜLLER), Ragnar (Sweden); MUNAGED, Z. (Syria); MUNCH-PETERSEN, C. J. (Denmark)
Box 7, Folder 37

Portraits: N-O

Scope and Content Note

NAUTA, W. J. H. (Walle J. H.) (Holland); NAYRAE, P. (France); NEOUSSIKINE, B. (Berthe) (Israel); NERI, Vincenzo (Italy); NEVIN, S. (Gt. Britain); NICHOLS, W. M. (Gt. Britain); NIEMEYER, Paulo (Brazil); NOEL, Guy (Belgium); NOEL (NOËL), R. (Belgium); NORLEN, Gosta (NORLÉN, Gösta) (Sweden); NORMAN, Ronald Melville (Gt. Britain); NORTHFIELD, Douglas William Claridge (Gt. Britain); NYBY, Olaf (Norway); NYMAN, Eberhard (Sweden); OBIOLS VIE, Juan (Spain); OBRADOR (OBRADOR ALCALDE), Sixto (Spain); ODY, F. (Switzerland); OLIVECRONA, Herbert (Sweden); OLIVER, L. C. (G?) (Gt. Britain); OLLER DAURELLA, L. (Spain); ORGEL, Samuel Z. (U.S.); ORN (ÖRN), Wilhelm (Sweden); ORTIZ RAMOS, Pedro (Spain); OTENASEK, Frank (U.S.); OTT, Th. (Switzerland); OTTONELLO, Paolo (Italy)
Box 7, Folder 38

Portraits: P

Scope and Content Note

PAILLAS, Jean Eugene (France); PALEARI, Antonio (Italy); PAMPIGLIONE, G. (Gt. Britain/Italy); PAMPOUKIS, G. (Greece); PASSOUANT, Pierre (France); PATERSON, A. S. (Gt. Britain); PATRIKIOS, J. (Greece); PAYTON, William T. (U.S.); van PELT, J. F. (Holland); PENNYBACKER, J. B. (Joseph Buford) (Gt. Britain); PERAITA, P. (Spain); PEREYRA KAFER (PAREYRA, KÄFER), Jose (Argentina); PERRIA, Luigi (Italy); PERRIN, Jean (Haiti); PETROV, Petre (Bulgaria); PEYTON, William T. (U.S.); PFALTZER, J. P. B. (Holland); PHILLIPS, Charles Garrett (Gt. Britain); PILCHER, Cobb (U.S.); PINELLI, Paolo (Italy); PINTUS, Giuseppe (Italy); PITA, Nelson (Brazil); PLICHET, A. (France); PLUVINAGE, R. J. L. (France); POLONIO, Pedro (Portugal); POMERAT, C. M. (Charles Marc) (U.S.); POPP, C. (France); PORTER, Rachel E. (Elizabeth) (Gt. Britain); PORTUGAL, José Ribeiro (Brazil); POSTHUMUS MEYJES, F. E. (Holland); POURSINES, Yves (France); PRICHARD, J. S. (Gt. Britain); PUECH, Pierre (France); PUNCERNAU, R. (Spain)
Box 7, Folder 39

Portraits: R

Scope and Content Note

RADEMAKER, G. G. J. (Holland); RAEDER-HYTTEN, R. (Norway); RAMAKRISHNARAO, B.K. (India); RAMAMURTHI, B. (India); RANEY, R. B. (U.S.); RANSON, Stephen Walter, Jr. (U.S.); REES, E. (or: REES, W. Edmond, or probably: REES, William Esmond) (Gt. Britain); REMOND (RÉMOND), Antoine (France); REUMONT, M. (Belgium); RIBEIRO de CARVALHO, O. (Portugal); RILEY, Henry Alsop (U.S.); RIMBAUD, Louis (France); RINFRET, Gilbert (Canada); RIQUIER, G. Carlo (Italy); RISTIC, Jovan (Yougoslavia); RODRIGUEZ-ARANGO, C. (Portugal); RODRIGUEZ-ARIAS, B. (Spain); ROF CARBALLO, Juan (Spain); ROGE (ROGÉ), R. (France); ROGER, H. (France); ROHMER, Francis Camille (France); ROJAS, C. Manual de (Cuba); ROMERO, Jaime (Peru); ROOSENBURG, A. M. (Holland); ROVIG (RÖVIG), Asta (Norway); ROVIG (RÖVIG), Gunnar (Norway); ROWBOTHAM, G. D. (Gt. Britain); RUPP, Charles (U.S.)
Box 7, Folder 40

Portraits: S

Scope and Content Note

SABBAGH, F. (Syria); SABIN, Albert Bruce (U.S.); SACHS, Ernest (U.S.); SALAH el DIN (SALAH en DIN?), M. (Egypt); SAREBAS, Sukru (Sükrü) Yusuf (Turkey); SAUCIER, Jean (Canada); SCARFF, John E. (Edwin) (U.S.); SCARPALEZOS, Sp. (Greece); SCHEINKER, I. Mark (Ilya Mark) (U.S.); SCHIFF-WERTHEIMER, S. (France); SCHMALZBACH, Oscar (Gt. Britain); SCHOLTEN, J. (Holland); SCHOLTEN-ZEELT, P.C. (Holland); SCHUNCK de GOLDFIEM, Jean (France); SCHWAB, Robert Sidney (U.S.); SCHWOB, A. (France); SCOVILLE, William Beecher (U.S.); SERCL, Miroslav (Czechoslovakia); SEYFFARTH, Henrik (Norway); SHAPIRO, Mortimer F. (U.S.); SHARP, Buckley (Gt. Britain); SHATTOCK, F. M. (Gt. Britain); SHELDEN, Elizabeth W. (U.S.); SHINNERS, Burton M. (U.S.); SIBELIUS, H. (Leena) (Finland); SIIM, J. Ch. (Denmark); SIIRALA, Martti (Finland); SILFVERSKIOLD (SILFVERSKIÖLD), Boris P. (Sweden); SILVERMAN, S. (Gt. Britain); SIMARRO-PUIG, J. (Spain); SIMEK, J. (Czechoslovakia); SIMONS, Donald J. (U.S.); SINGH, H. N. (India); SINNIGE, J. L. M. (Holland); SINNIGE-van KALKEN, H. E. (Holland); SIROIS, Jean (Canada); SJOQVIST (SJÖQVIST), Olof (Sweden); SMITH, B. (Gt. Britain); SMITH, Honor V. (Gt. Britain); SMYTH, G. E. (Gt. Britain); SOMERFELD-ZISKIND, Esther (U.S.); SOTO YARRITU, F. (Spain); SPARKS, J. P. (Gt. Britain); van der SPEK, P.A. (Holland); SPIEGEL, Ernest Adolf (U.S.); SPILLANE, J. D. (John David) (Gt. Britain); STENBY, C. (Norway); STENBY, Johan (Norway); STENVERS, H. W. (Holland); STERN, Frederick D. (U.S.); STERN, W. Eugene (U.S.); STERN, Ruby O. (Gt. Britain); STORTEBECKER (STÖRTEBECKER), Tore Patrick (Norway); STOTIJN, C.P.J. (Holland); STUBBE TEGLBJAERG, H. P. (Denmark); SUBIRANA, A. (Spain); SUNDERLAND, Sydney (Australia)
Box 7, Folder 41

Portraits: T

Scope and Content Note

TANS, J. M. J. (John Marie Joseph) (Holland); TARLOW, Virginia (U.S.); TARRO, Emmanuele (Italy); TAVERNER, D. (Gt. Britain); TAVERNIER, J.-B. (France); TEIXEIRA de SOUSA (or SOUZA?), E. (Portugal); TERPSTRA-OKKINGA, F. (Holland); THILLAIAMPALAM, B. (Singapore); THORELL, Gottfrid Markus (Sweden); THUREL, Robert (France); TIMME, Arthur R. (U.S.); TITECA, Jean (Belgium); TOMASSON (TÓMASSON), H. (Iceland); TORKILDSEN, Arne (Norway); TOURNAY, A. (France); TRABATTONI, Carlo (Italy); TRELLES, Julio Oscar (Óscar) (Peru); TROLLE, Elli (Denmark); TURNER, J. W. Aldren (Gt. Britain)
Box 7, Folder 42

Portraits: U-W

Scope and Content Note

URAS, Antonio (Italy); URBAN, Hubert J. (Austria); URQUIZA, P. (URQUIZA VILLANUEVA, P.) (Spain); VAERNET, Kjeld (Denmark); VALSO (VALSÖ), Jakob (Norway); VARELA de SEIJAS, E. (Spain); VARENNA, Piero (Italy); VELTER, Edmond (France); VERBIEST, H. (Holland); VERHAART, W. J. C. (Batavia, Dutch New Guinea); VERHAGEN, H. J. (Holland); VIDARTE, Francisco (Spain); VIETS, Henry Rouse (U.S.); VISALLI, Felice (Italy); VOTO-BERNALES, Jorge (Peru); WAGGONER, Raymond W. (U.S.); WALKER, A. Earl (U.S.); WEINBERGER, Laurence M. (U.S.); WEITZEN, H. G. (U.S.); WELANDER, Lisa (Sweden); WERTHEIMER, Pierre (France); WILLIAMS, Denis (Gt. Britain); WILSON, George (U.S.); WINTHER, Knut (Denmark); WOHLFART, Gunnar (Sweden); WOLINETZ, Emanuel (France); WOLPERT I. (Gt. Britain); WOLTRING, L. M. (Holland); WORMSER, Peter (Switzerland); WRIGHT, Dickson (Arthur Dickson) (Gt. Britain); WULFF, Munke Hertel (Denmark); WYCIS, Henry T. (U.S.); WYKE, Barry D. (Australia)
Box 7, Folder 43

Portraits: Y-Z

Scope and Content Note

YAKOVLEV, Paul Ivan (U.S.); YAMHURE, A. (Colombia); ZAALBERG, F. (Holland); ZAHLE, Vagn (Denmark); ZANGWILL, O. L. (Gt. Britain); ZIMMERMAN, Harry M. (U.S.); ZISKIND, Eugene (U.S.)
 

Series 4. Other Portraits and Illustrations

Physical Description: 157 folders; 1.5 linear ft.; 1 carton

Scope and Content Note

mostly portraits of historical scientists and philosophers, and of neuroscientists visiting, or being visited by, Haymaker; a few letters of transmittal or thanks pertaining to the photographs; some photographs of institutes and hospitals, illustrations and title pages from historical texts

Arrangement

alphabetical
Box 8, Folder 1

Alembert, Jean Le Rond d', (d'Alembert), (1717-1783).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

French mathematician, physicist, philosopher
Box 8, Folder 2

Allegranza, A.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

Allegranza worked in Milan, Italy
Box 8, Folder 3

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., (1880-1955).

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits, dated 1914 and 1952
Box 8, Folder 4

Amoroso, Emmanuel Ciprian.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 5

Angevine, Daniel Murray, (1903- ).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 6

Aschoff, Ludwig, (1866-1942).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 7

Bacon, Francis, Viscount St. Albans, (1561-1626).

Scope and Content Note

three 8x10" portraits, three frontice pages

Note

English philosopher, writer
Box 8, Folder 8

Bartholin, Thomas, (1616-1680).

Scope and Content Note

photo of title page: "Anatome..., 1673"
Box 8, Folder 9

Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo, ca. (1460-1530).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; title pages of "Isagogae breves...Venetiis, 1535" and "Tractatvs pervtilis et completvs de fractvra cranei...1535"; some illustrations
Box 8, Folder 10

Berkeley, George (Bishop Berkeley), (1685-1753).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

philosopher
Box 8, Folder 11

Bidloo, Govard, (1649-1713).

Scope and Content Note

two illustrations from "Anatomia humani..."
Box 8, Folder 12

Biondi, Dr.

Scope and Content Note

8/10" portrait

Note

note on back of photo: "Dr. Biondi, Munich, 1936"; no other information available
Box 8, Folder 13

Brown, John, (1810-1882).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

Scottish physician
Box 8, Folder 14

Brucke, Ernst Wilhelm (Brücke, Ernst Wilhelm), (1819-1892).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

German physiologist
Box 8, Folder 15

Brunschwig, Hieronymus, (ca. 1450-ca. 1512).

Scope and Content Note

photograph of printed page: text and illustration of trepanation on a human
Box 8, Folder 16

Cabanis, Pierre Jean George, (1757-1808).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

French physiologist
Box 8, Folder 17

Carbonell, Luis M. 1953

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; memo from Haymaker re. Dr. Carbonell's visit of 4 months in the Neuropathology Section of the Armed Forced Institute of Pathology
Box 8, Folder 18

Casseri, Giulio Cesare, (Casserio), (ca. 1552-1616).

Scope and Content Note

title page and fronticepiece of "Anatomische Tafeln...1656"
Box 8, Folder 19

Chinn, Herman.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot
Box 8, Folder 20

Chipault, Antony, (1866-1920). 1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; reprint of obituary; letter of thanks to Dr. Percival Bailey for supplying these items
Box 8, Folder 21

Cone, William V., (1897-1959).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photograph, photo montage: "In memory of Dr. William V. Cone"; obituaries; news sheets from the Fellow's Society and the Women's Society of the Montreal Neurological Institute

Note

neurosurgeon
Box 8, Folder 22

Copernicus, Nicolaus.

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

astronomer, mathematician
Box 8, Folder 23

Corti, Marchese Alfonso Corti, (1822-1876).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 24

Cowdry, Edmund Vincent, (1888-1975). 1950

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, letter

Note

see Box 9, Folder 2 for lantern slide of an informal portrait
Box 8, Folder 25

Croce, Giovanni Andrea della, (1514-1575).

Scope and Content Note

illustration of a head operation scene from "Chirurgiae universalis opus absolutum...1596"
Box 8, Folder 26

Descartes, Rene (Descartes, René), (1596-1650).

Scope and Content Note

photographs of title pages: "Renatus Descartes de Homine figuris..." 1664, and "A Discourse of a Method..." 1649, and numerous illustrations
Box 8, Folder 27

Diderot, Denis, (1713-1784).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

French philosopher
Box 8, Folder 28

Dryander, Johann, (1500-1560).

Scope and Content Note

title page and illustrations from "Anatomia capitis humani...1536"
Box 8, Folder 29

Dunlap, Charles Bates, (1863-1926).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; text and illustrations; biographical notes
Box 8, Folder 30

Duverney, Guichard Joseph, (1648-1730).

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of title page of "A Treatise of the Organ of Hearing...", 1737, and several illustrations
Box 8, Folder 31

"Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology" journal international editorial board. 1953

Scope and Content Note

group photograph of a majority of the board, taken at the 3rd International EEG Congress, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Box 8, Folder 32

Estienne, Charles, (1504-ca. 1564).

Scope and Content Note

title page, text and illustrations from "De dissectione partium corporis humani...1545"
Box 8, Folder 33

Estienne, Robert, (Stephanus, Robertus I.), (1499(1503?)-1559).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

printer of books
Box 8, Folder 34

Eustachi, Bartolomeo, (d. 1574).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" photo of bust of Eustachi; title page and illustrations from "Tabulae anatomicae...1728"
Box 8, Folder 35

Fabricius, ab Aquapendente, (Fabricius, Hieronymus), (ca. 1533-1619).

Scope and Content Note

title page and illustrations, "De visione, voce, auditu...Venetiis, 1600"
Box 8, Folder 36

Fabricius, Georg, (Fabricius, Georgius, born Georg Goldschmidt ), (1516-1571).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German philologist, poet, historian, archaeologist
Box 8, Folder 37

Fabricius, Johann Baptista, (1565-1626).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German (Nuremberg) astronomer, mathematician
Box 8, Folder 38

Falloppio, Gabriele, (Fallopius, Gabriel), (1523-1562).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; title pages of: "Observationes anatomicæ ...Venetiis, 1561" and "....Coloniae, 1562"
Box 8, Folder 39

Feiling, Anthony, (1885-1975). 1950

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait; cover letters
Box 8, Folder 40

Fernel, Jean, (1497-1558).

Scope and Content Note

portrait; title page and text pages: "Universa medicina...Parisiorum, 1567"
Box 8, Folder 41

Fessard, A. E. (Alfred E.), (1900-1982).

Scope and Content Note

3x4" portrait snapshot
Box 8, Folder 42

Flemming, Walther, (1843-1905).

Scope and Content Note

5x7" portrait
Box 8, Folder 43

Foot, Nathan Chandler (N. Chandler Foot), (1881-1958). 1953-1954

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; correspondence

Note

neuroanatomist, Cornell University
Box 8, Folder 44

Forbus, Wiley D., (1894-1976). 1950-1952

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portraits; some correspondence

Note

pathologist, Duke University
Box 8, Folder 45

Frederick II, (Frederick the Great), (1712-1786).

Scope and Content Note

photograph of death mask

Note

King of Prussia
Box 8, Folder 46

Freeman, Allen Wier, (1881-1954).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 47

Fries, Lorenz, (Frisius, Laurentius), (ca. 1490-1531).

Scope and Content Note

two plates, probably from "Spiegel der Artzney...Straszburg, 1529"
Box 8, Folder 48

Fukui, George. 1952

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; cover letters re. portraits
Box 8, Folder 49

Fuller, Solomon Carter, (1872-1953). 1962

Scope and Content Note

portrait; correspondence re. acquisition of the photograph
Box 8, Folder 50

Galilei, Galileo, (1564-1642).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

Italian astronomer, philosopher
Box 8, Folder 51

Gaupp, Robert, (1870-1953).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

English neurologist, psychiatrist
Box 8, Folder 52

Gautier Dagoty, (Gautier d'Agoty, Jacques), (1717-1785).

Scope and Content Note

title pages and plates from "Anatomie de la te^te...Paris, 1748" and "Exposition anatomique des organes des sens...Paris, 1775"
Box 8, Folder 53

Giesen, Marie.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot

Note

German psychiatrist, Krankenhaus Kochel (near Munich)
Box 8, Folder 54

Gilbert, A. (Gilbert, Augustin), (1858-1927).

Scope and Content Note

3x4" portrait

Note

French physician
Box 8, Folder 55

Gills, Frederic A.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 56

Glanvill, Joseph, (1636-1680).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

English clergyman, philosopher
Box 8, Folder 57

Haller, Albrecht von, (1708-1777).

Scope and Content Note

several portraits; title pages; lengthy transcription of (English) text from Haller; biographical materials
Box 8, Folder 58

Hanot, Victor, (1844-1896).

Scope and Content Note

4x5" portrait

Note

French physician
Box 8, Folder 59

Haymaker, Webb Edward, (1902-1984).

Scope and Content Note

portraits and snapshots of Dr. Haymaker

Note

additional photos of Haymaker are noted throughout the collection
Box 8, Folder 60

Haymaker Neurology Archive. Hospitals and Institutions.

Note

many photographs of hospitals and institutes are also included in the individual correspondence folders
Box 8, Folder 61

Haymaker Neurology Archive. European travel photos. 1949

Scope and Content Note

photographs and negatives of landscapes, city and country scenes; two Paris restaurant menus, dated 7 Sep 1949 and 29 May 1951, both with signatures of dinner companions
Box 8, Folder 62

Haymaker Neurology Archive. Various illustrations.

Scope and Content Note

photographs of old anatomical plates, specimens and other plublished illustrations
Box 8, Folder 63

Haymaker Neurology Archive. Title Pages.

Scope and Content Note

5x7" and 8x10" photographs of title pages, frontice pages, and some contents pages from classic scientific books
Box 8, Folder 64

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, (1770-1831).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German philosopher
Box 8, Folder 65

Hektoen, Ludvig, (1863-1951).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

American pathologist
Box 8, Folder 66

Hertig, Arthur Tremain, (1904-1990). 1958

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter

Note

American pathologist, Harvard University
Box 8, Folder 67

Highmore, Nathaniel, (1613-1685).

Scope and Content Note

one plate, headed "Anatomicae libri III, pars I, p. 211"
Box 8, Folder 68

Hill, J. Rowland.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot
Box 8, Folder 69

Hippocrates

Scope and Content Note

5x7" illustration, bust
Box 8, Folder 70

Hobbers, Thomas, (1588-1679).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

English philosopher
Box 8, Folder 71

Huebner, Johann Otto Leonard, (1843-1926).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, and negative

Note

pediatrician and neurologist
Box 8, Folder 72

Hume, David, (1711-1776).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

Scottish historian and philosopher
Box 8, Folder 73

Hundt, Magnus, (1449-1519).

Scope and Content Note

one illustration, titled "Tractum per totum corpus..." from "Antropologium de hominis dignitate...Liptzick, 1501"
Box 8, Folder 74

Hurst, E. Weston. 1958-1959

Scope and Content Note

two 8x10" portrait snapshots; short correspondence
Box 8, Folder 75

Jefferson, Geoffrey, (1886-1961).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 8, Folder 76

Kepler, Johannes, (1571-1630).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

German astronomer, mathematician
Box 8, Folder 77

Klemme, William M.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait snapshot

Note

routing slip addressed to Capt. W. M. Klemme, dated 17 June 1960
Box 8, Folder 78

Knott, John R.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

may be John Russell Knott, (1911-1992)
Box 8, Folder 79

Krayenbuhl, Hugo (Krayenbühl, Hugo), (1902-1985).

Scope and Content Note

3x5" portrait snapshot

Note

Swiss neurosurgeon
Box 8, Folder 80

Kreidl, Alois, (1864-1928).

Scope and Content Note

8x6" photograph of a bookplate bearing the signature of Prof. Dr. A. Kreidl

Note

Austrian physiologist, trained under Brücke, published with Johann Paul Karplus
Box 8, Folder 81

Krukenberg, Friedrich Ernst, (1871-1946). 1953

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait, lantern slide; correspondence from Dr. Hugo Spatz with biographical information on Krukenberg
Box 8, Folder 82

Lee, Douglas Harry Kedgwin, (1905- ).

Scope and Content Note

negative of portrait snapshot, garden setting

Note

English/Australian physiologist
Box 8, Folder 83

Leeuwenhoek, Antoni van, (Leeuwenhoek, Anthony van), (1632-1723).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits
Box 8, Folder 84

Leonardo da Vinci, (1452-1519).

Scope and Content Note

photos of several da Vinci drawings of the visual system
Box 8, Folder 85

Livingston, Robert Burr, (1918-2002).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

neuroscientist, administrator; another portrait with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 8, Folder 86

Locke, John, (1632-1704).

Scope and Content Note

two portraits

Note

English physician, philosopher
Box 8, Folder 87

Mackenzie, James, (1853-1925).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

general practitioner, cardiologist
Box 8, Folder 88

Malebranche, Nicolas, (1638-1715).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

French philosopher
Box 8, Folder 89

Maudsley, Henry, (1835-1918).

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

British psychiatrist
Box 8, Folder 90

Mayer, Paul, (1848-1923).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

zoologist, pathologist, Naples Zoological Station
Box 8, Folder 91

Mayow, John, (1641-1679).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

English physician, chemist
Box 8, Folder 92

McRae, D. L.

Scope and Content Note

8x10" portrait

Note

from Montreal
Box 8, Folder 93

Meckel, Johann Friedrich, (1724-1774).

Scope and Content Note

four anatomical illustrations of facial nerves

Note

German anatomist
Box 8, Folder 94

Merritt, H. Houston, (1902-1979).

Scope and Content Note

one 5x7" photograph, somewhat out of focus; one 8x10" photo of a painted portrait

Note

American neurologist, Dean of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1958-1969; another portrait photo with 4th Neurological Congress attendees
Box 8, Folder 95

Minot, Charles Sedgwith, (1852-1914).

Scope and Content Note

portrait

Note

American anatomist
Box 8, Folder 96

Mirandola, Giovanni Pico della, (1463-1494).

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portrait

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Italian philosopher
Box 8, Folder 97

Miura, Momoshigo.

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8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter

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neurologist, Kyoto University
Box 8, Folder 98

Moebius (Möbius).

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signed portrait (signature not very legible)

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initials "J F M" are penciled on back of one copy - there was a German (Leipzig) neurologist named J.F. Möbius; but the signature and likeness make it more likely that this portrait is of Paul Julius Möbius, 1853-1907, for whom the Moebius syndrome is named
Box 8, Folder 99

Mollendorff, Wilhelm von (Möllendorff, Wilhelm Herman Wichard von), (1887-1944).

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portrait (from Ciba Zeitschrift, 1942)

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Swiss anatomist
Box 8, Folder 100

Mondino dei Luzzi, (d. 1326).

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two illustrations (1. human spine and cord in situ; 2. damaged skull cap removed from head)
Box 8, Folder 101

Monro, Alexander, (the elder), (1697-1767).

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portrait

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Scottish anatomist
Box 88, Folder 102

Monro, Alexander, (the younger), (1733-1817).

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title pages and illustrations from: "Observations on the structure and functions of the nervous system...Edinburgh, 1783" and "Observations on the communication of the ventricles of the brain...Edinburgh, 1797"
Box 8, Folder 103

Nollet, Jean-Antoine, (Abbé Nollet), (1700-1770).

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portrait

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French clergyman, physicist
Box 8, Folder 104

Notzl, Dr. (Nötzl, Dr.). ca. 1954

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portrait snapshot taken at the time of Haymaker's visit to the Pathological Institute, University of Freiburg, Germany
Box 8, Folder 105

Ogawa, Teizo, (1901-1984).

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portrait

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director of the Institute of Brain Research, Univ. of Tokyo
Box 8, Folder 106

Ogilvie, Robertson Fotheringham, (ca. 1904-1966). 1953

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8x10" portrait snapshot; two letters

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Scottish pathologist
Box 8, Folder 107

Opie, Eugene Lindsay, (1873-1971).

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5x7" portrait

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pathologist
Box 8, Folder 108

Orth, Johannes, (1847-1923).

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8x10" portrait and negative

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German pathologist
Box 8, Folder 109

Overholser, Winfred, (1892-1964). 1952

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8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter

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American psychiatrist
Box 8, Folder 110

Pascal, Blaise, (1623-1662).

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portrait

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French mathematician, physicist, philosopher
Box 8, Folder 111

Pecquet, Antonius, (Pecquet, Jean Antonius), (1622-1674).

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portrait

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French physiologist of vision, thoracic duct
Box 8, Folder 112

Penzholz, Helmut, (1913-1985).

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8x10" portrait snapshot; postcard

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German neurosurgeon
Box 8, Folder 113

Perusini, Gaetano, (1879-1915).

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8x10" portrait; biographical notes

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Italian physician, worked with Alzheimer
Box 8, Folder 114

Piccolomini, Arcangelo, (Piccolhomini, Archangel), (1525-1586).

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title page (with portrait) and text page from: "Anatomicae praelectiones...Romae, 1586"
Box 8, Folder 115

Pietro, da Cortona, (Cortonensi, Petro Berrettino), (1596-1669).

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title page of "Tabulæ anatomicæ..., 1741"
Box 8, Folder 116

Ramsay, David.

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5x7" portrait

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American physician, delegate to the Continental Congress
Box 8, Folder 117

Rao, Paladugu R.

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8x10" portrait snapshot
Box 8, Folder 118

Reisch, Gregor, (d. 1525).

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text page and illustration showing the senses and their corresponding parts of the brain, from: "Margarita philosophica nova cui insunt sequentia, Liber X, tracta ii, 1512"
Box 8, Folder 119

Ridley, Humphrey, (1653-1708).

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illustrations from: "The anatomy of the brain", (edition unknown, perhaps 1695)
 

Roizin, Leon, (1913-1991).

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for portrait snapshot, see folder for Alfred Meyer, Box 3, Folder 16

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neuropharmacologist
Box 8, Folder 120

Rosenthal, Werner.

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group snapshot taken at the Hygiene Institut, Göttingen, circa 1920; one page of typed biographical notes
Box 8, Folder 121

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, (1712-1778).

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portrait

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French philosopher, writer
Box 8, Folder 122

Ryff, Walther Hermann, (d. 1548).

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illustrations of the human head and brain, probably from: "Anatomica omnium humani corporis partium descriptio..."
Box 8, Folder 123

Santorini, Giovanni Domenico, (1681-1737).

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portrait; title page of "Anatomici summi...de structura mammarum...Parmae, 1775"
Box 8, Folder 124

Schaefer, Karl E.

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8x10" portrait snapshot

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research physician, U.S. Naval submarine Base, New London, CT
Box 8, Folder 125

Schmorl, Georg (Schmorl, Christian Georg), (1861-1932).

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portrait

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German pathologist, histologist
Box 8, Folder 126

Schneider, Konrad Victor, (Schneider, Conrad Victoris), (1614-1680).

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title page of: "Liber de osse cribriformi...Wittebergae, 1655"
Box 8, Folder 127

Shaftesbury, 3rd Earl, (Antony Ashley Cooper), (1671-1713).

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portrait
Box 8, Folder 128

Shimamura, Muneo. 1962

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3x4" portrait, taken while Dr. Shimamura was a visiting scientist in the Laboratory of Neurobiology, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland

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contributed by Dr. Robert B. Livingston
Box 8, Folder 129

Smith, Audrey Ursula, (1915-1981).

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8x10" portrait snapshot

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British cryobiologist
Box 8, Folder 130

Sorrel-Dejerine, Yvonne, (d. 1986).

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portrait

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Dr. Sorrel-Dejerine was the daughter of Dr. J.J. Dejerine and Dr. Augusta Marie Klumpe Dejerine, and the wife of Dr. Etienne Sorrel
Box 8, Folder 131

Spallanzani, Lazzaro, (Spalanzani, Lazzaro), (1729-1799).

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portrait
Box 8, Folder 132

Spiegel, Adriaan van de, (Spigelius, Adrianus), (1578-1625).

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portrait

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physician and anatomist
Box 8, Folder 133

Spinoza, Benedictus de, (Spinoza, Baruch), (1632-1677).

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portrait

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Dutch philosopher
Box 8, Folder 134

Spurzheim, Johann Gaspar, (1776-1832).

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8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 135

Steno, Nicolaus, (1638-1686).

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title page and illustrations from: "Discours de Monsieur Stenon, sur l'anatomie du cerveau...Paris, 1669"
Box 8, Folder 136

Swedenborg, Emanuel, (1688-1772).

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8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 137

Sylvius, Franciscus de la Boe (Le Boë, Frans de, or Sylvius, François de la Boë), (1614-1672). 1951

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portrait; letter from Helmuth Sprinz pertaining to naming of the Sylvian aqueduct and Sylvian fissure
Box 8, Folder 138

Sylvius, Jacobus (Dubois, Jacques), (1478-1555).

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photograph of title page: "Methodus Medicamenta componendi...autore D. Iacobo Sylvio, medico". Paris, 1555

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see letter by Helmuth Sprinz in Franciscus Sylvius folder for information on naming of Sylvian aqueduct and Sylvian fissure, Box 8, Folder 137
Box 8, Folder 139

Takeuchi, Tadashi. 1953

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8x10" portrait snapshot; one letter

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Japanese pathologist
Box 8, Folder 140

Tobias, Cornelius A., (1918-2000).

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portrait snapshot negative

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biophysicist, radiation biologist
Box 8, Folder 141

Travers, Benjamin, (1783-1858).

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portrait; photocopies of a biographical sketch from 1841 and a memorial from 1858

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surgeon to Queen Victoria
Box 8, Folder 142

Turnbull, Hubert Maitland, (1875-1955).

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8x10" portrait

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Scottish pathologist
Box 8, Folder 143

Twichell, Amos, (1781-1850).

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portrait

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American surgeon
Box 8, Folder 144

Uzman, Mazhar Osman, (1884-1951).

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portrait

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Turkish neurologist and psychiatrist
Box 8, Folder 145

Vallery-Radot, Pasteur, (1886-1970).

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8x10" portrait

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French physician, grandson and biographer of Louis Pasteur
Box 8, Folder 146

Valsalva, Antonio Maria, (1666-1723).

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portrait; title page, frontice, and illustrations from "Opera: hoc est Tractatus de aure humana...", Venice, 1740, vol. 2
Box 8, Folder 147

Varoli, Costanzo, (Varilio, Costanzo), (1543-1575).

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title page and illustrations from (posthumously published): "Anatomiae sive de resolutione corporis humani...Frankfurt, 1591"
Box 8, Folder 148

Vesalius, Andreas, (1514-1564).

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8x10" photographs of illustrations from "De humani corporis fabrica", 1542
Box 8, Folder 149

Victor, Maurice, (1920-2001).

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8x10" portrait snapshot; short letter from Dr. Victor

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neurologist, professor and author
Box 8, Folder 150

Vieussens, Raymond, (ca. 1635-1715).

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8x10" photographs of illustrations from his publications, some from "Neurographia universalis", 1684
Box 8, Folder 151

Vogel, F. S.

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one negative, portrait snapshot

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co-author with Haymaker of some NASA Ames Research Center publications
Box 8, Folder 152

Walter, W. Grey (William Grey), (1910-1977).

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8x10" portrait
Box 8, Folder 153

Wepfer, Johann Jakob, (1620-1695).

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portrait; title page of: "Observationes medico-practicæ, de affectibvs capitis internis et externis...Tiguri, 1745"
Box 8, Folder 154

Winslow, Jacques-Benigne (Jacques-Bénigne), (1669-1760).

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title page and first page of: "Exposition anatomique de la structure du corps humain...Paris, 1732"
Box 8, Folder 155

Zeneau, Wolfgang.

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portrait snapshot negative

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no identification found
Box 8, Folder 156

Zimmerman, Karl Wilhelm, (1861-1935).

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portrait

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anatomist, Univ. Bern, Switzerland
Box 8, Folder 157

Unidentified images.

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portraits; negatives
 

Series 5. Lantern Slides

Physical Description: 10 slides; 0.33 linear ft.; 1 box
Box 9, Folder 1

Cooper, Astely Paston, (1768-1841).

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portrait
Box 9, Folder 2

Cowdry, Edmund Vincent, (1888-1975).

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portrait snapshot

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for additional materials, see Box 8, Folder 24
Box 9, Folder 3

Martin de Thezillat (Thézillat), Charles.

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portrait

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see Box 2, Folder 59 (Landry de Thézillat) for additional material
Box 9, Folder 4

Nansen, Fridjhof, (1861-1930).

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portrait

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for additional materials on Nansen, see Box 3, Folders 24-25
Box 9, Folder 5

Pinkerton, Henry, (1897- ).

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portrait snapshot

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Professor of Pathology, Washington University, St. Louis
Box 9, Folder 6

Schrotter, Hermann von (Schrötter von Kristelli), (1870-1928).

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portrait

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Austrian physiologist, pioneer in aviation and hyperbaric medicine; son of Leopold von Schrotter
Box 9, Folder 7

Schrotter, Leopold von (Schrötter von Kristelli), (1837-1908).

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portrait snapshot

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Austrian internist and laryngologist; father of Hermann von Schrotter
Box 9, Folder 8

Spatz, Hugo, (1888-1969).

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group snapshot of Dr. Hugo Spatz, Dr. Ludo van Bogaert, and Mrs. Spatz

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for additional materials on Spatz, see Box 6, Folders 56-58, and for Bogaert see Box 1, Folders 30-31
Box 9, Folder 9

Starr, Moses Allen, (1854-1932).

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portrait snapshot

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American clinical neurologist; chapter in 1st edition, listed in Index of 2d edition
Box 9, Folder 10

Wernicke, Carl, (1848-1904).

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portrait

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clinical neurologist; chapter in both editions