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Graduate School of Medicine CorrespondenceUPC 3.1

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Summary Information

Date [inclusive]
1924-1950
Extent
58.0 Cubic feet

ARRANGEMENT

This collection has not been fully processed. The following preliminary inventory is available.

Inventory

 

Inventory 

Box

Folder

Correspondence prior to Jan.1, 1925, No. 183‑217 

 1

 

Correspondence prior to Jan.1, 1925, No. 218‑281 

 2

 

Correspondence prior to Jan.1, 1925, No. 282‑bulletin, 1924/25 

 2

 

Correspondence prior to Jan.1, 1925, No. 282 announcement ,1924/25 ‑ No. 299 (appointments, reappointments) 

 3

 

Correspondence prior to Jan.1, 1925, No. 299‑326 

 4

 

Correspondence, January 1, 1925 – June 30,1926, No. 76‑134 

 4

 

Correspondence, January 1, 1925 – June 30,1926, No. 136‑200 (advertising) 

 5

 

Correspondence, January 1, 1925 – June 30,1926, No. 202‑322(fund circular) 

 6

 

Correspondence, January 1, 1925 – June 30,1926, No. 323 (Sesqui Exhibit)‑424(Budgets 25/26) 

 7

 

Correspondence, January 1, 1925 – June 30,1926, also No. 81‑a, 81‑a‑2, 81‑b‑4., 137‑b‑2 

 7

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1926 – June 30, 1927, No. 79‑160 (misc.) 

 8

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1926 – June 30, 1927, No. 162 (Fin. Dept)‑ 274 

 9

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1926 – June 30, 1927, No. 281(Office Manager) – 439 

 10

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1927‑June 30, 1928, No. 79‑88 

 10

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1927 – June 30, 1928, No. 93‑200 (Adv.) 

 11

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1927 – June 30, 1928, No. 202‑430 

 12

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1927 – June 30, 1928, No. 431‑446 

 13

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1928‑June 30, 1939, No. 70‑154 

 13

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1928 – June 30, 1939, No. 155‑225 

 14

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1928 – June 30, 1939, No. 235‑433 

 15

 

Correspondence, July 1, 1928 – June 30, 1939, No. 435‑450 

 16

 

Correspondence, July 1929‑June 1930, No. 217‑299 [Ring-binder note: “See Boxes 56 and 57 for No. 54-216 for this year.”] 

 16

 

Correspondence, July 1929‑June 1930, No. 302‑453 

 17

 

Correspondence, July 1930‑June 1931, No. 51‑86 

 17

 

Correspondence, July 1930 – June 1931, No. 87‑193 

 18

 

Correspondence, July 1930 – June 1931, No. 195‑424 

 19

 

Correspondence, July 1930 – June 1931, No. 424a‑453 

 20

 

Correspondence, July 1931 – June 1932, No. 69‑104 

 20

 

Correspondence, July 1931 – June 1932, No. 106‑176 

 21

 

Correspondence, July 1931 – June 1932, No. 178‑239 

 22

 

Correspondence, July 1931 – June 1932, No. 245‑456 

 23

 

Correspondence, July 1932‑June 1933, No. 54‑74 

 23

 

Correspondence, July 1932 – June 1933, No. 79‑200 

 24

 

Correspondence, July 1932 – June 1933, No. 201‑442A 

 25

 

Correspondence, July 1932 – June 1933, No. 442‑B ‑ 461 

 26

 

Correspondence, July 1933‑June 1934, No. 71‑180 

 26

 

Correspondence, July 1933‑June 1934, No. 186‑459 

 27

 

Correspondence, 1934/35 (fiscal yr), No. 54‑299 

 28

 

Correspondence, 1934/35 (fiscal yr), No. 305‑461 

 29

 

Correspondence, 1935/36, No. 74‑171 

 29

 

Correspondence, 1935/36, No. 175‑463 

 30

 

Correspondence, 1936/37, No. 72‑329 

 31

 

Correspondence, 1936/37, No. 404‑463A 

 32

 

Correspondence, 1937/38, No. 74‑162 

 32

 

Correspondence, 1937/38, No. 164‑455 

 33

 

Correspondence, 1938/39, End folders and No. 79‑220 

 34

 

Correspondence, 1938/39, No. 235‑455 

 35

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 445‑465 

 35

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 79‑239 

 36

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 243‑433 

 37

 

Correspondence, 1940/41, No. 441‑465 

 37

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 72-195 

 37

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 198‑442B 

 38

 

Correspondence, 1939/40 [?], No. 438 of 1940/41 

 38

 

Correspondence, 1940/41[?],No. 445‑469 

 39

 

Correspondence, 1941/42, No. 80‑217 

 39

 

Correspondence, 1941/42, No. 235‑530 

 40

 

Correspondence, 1942/43, No. 447‑471 

 41

 

Correspondence, 1942/43, No. 84‑235 

 41

 

(same yr?) No. 217‑471 and correspondence with teachers 

 42

 

Correspondence, 1943/44, No. 84‑163 

 42

 

Correspondence, 1943/44, 164‑461 

 43

 

Correspondence, 1943/44, No. 463‑508 and Officers‑Army courses 

 44

 

Correspondence, 1944/45 (“label says also 45/46”), No. 80‑Reappointments 

 44

 

Correspondence, 1944/45 (“label says also 45/46”), No. 281‑508 

 45

 

[Ring-binder note: “This seems to be for 1944/45 and 45/46, but not from coded folder file: Council on Professional Planning, Council on Prof. Practice, Am.Hospital Assoc ‑.”] 

 45

 

Correspondence, 1944/45 (“label says also 45/46”), Buerki personal ‑ general correspondence 

 46

 

Correspondence, 1946/47, No. 80-216 

 46

 

Correspondence, 1946/47, No. 155‑400’s, 160 and some folders without code numbers 

 46a

 

[Correspondence, 1947/48?], Fed. Hosp. Council ‑ Com.on Grad. Prof. Experience 

 47

 

Correspondence, 1947/48, No. 1‑64 

 48

 

Correspondence, 1947/48, No. 65‑96 

 49

 

Correspondence, 1948/49, No. 86‑225, and index 

 49

 

Correspondence, 1948/49, No. 225‑1002 (171 also here) 

 50

 

Correspondence, 1949/50, No. 105‑301 

 51

 

Correspondence, 1949/50, No. 302‑1000 and index 

 52

 

Correspondence 1943/44, Material ‑ No. 500’s and folders on Committees 

 53

 

“Buerki before Oct. 1, 1941”, Am. Hosp. Assoc. ‑ Advisory Council on Med. Education 

 54

 

“Buerki 1942/43”, No. 500‑511 

 55

 

“Buerki 1942/43”, No. 512‑Committee on Hospitals, Procurement and assignment 

 56

 

Correspondence, 1929/30, No. 54‑87 [Ring-binder note: “See Box 16 for material following this.”] 

 56

 

Correspondence, 1929/30, No. 88‑216 

 57

 

Budgets 

 58