Finding Aid

Presbyterian Medical Center Records

UPC 500

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Center.

Summary Information

Prepared by
Kaiyi Chen
Preparation date
March 2006, revised 2009
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1871-1997
Date [inclusive]
1799-1997
Extent
117.0 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

Transferred to the University Archives of the University of Pennsylvania in 1997 and 1999. Donation of 0.5 cubic feet was received from Westminster Theological Seminary in 2009.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection has been organized into fifteen series as follows:

1. Board of Trustees and Committees, 1871-1995

1.1 Board of Trustees, minutes, 1871-1995

1.2 Committees, etc., 1871-1994

1.3 Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation records, 1983-1989

2. Annual Report, 1871-1983

3. Administrative files, 1871-1997

4. Departments, 1887-1996

5. History research files, 1844-1995

6. Reference materials, 1965-1982

7. Publications, 1924-1996

8. Photographical records, 1860-1997

8.1 Photographic prints

8.2 Negatives

8.3 Slides

8.4 Glass positives

8.5 films

9. Scrapbooks, 1949-1975

10. Audio and visual tapes, 1970-1997

11. Paintings, posters, charts and other graphics, 1799-1987

12. Architectural drawings, 1923-1992

13. Plaques, 1959-1985

14. Memorabilia, 1803-1993

14.1 Medical instruments

15. Nursing uniforms and caps, 1932-1987

HISTORICAL NOTE

The Presbyterian Medical Center originated as a charitable institution named the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia. Early in 1871, Rev. Ephraim D. Saunders, a Presbyterian minister, offered a two-and-a-half-acre property at 39th Street and Powelton Avenue to the Philadelphia Presbyterian Alliance for use as a hospital in memory of his son Courtland, who had been killed in service during the Civil War in September 1862. The Church accepted the offer and stipulated a mission for the future hospital as “to provide for the needs of the sick and disabled regardless of race, color or creed.” On March 25, 1871, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania approved the hospital charter and a board of trustees was formed on April 3, the same year. On July 1, 1872, the Hospital with a 45-bed facility admitted its first patient.

The Hospital underwent great changes in the past over 130 years. It established its own training school for nurses as early as 1889. To meet the rapidly growing demand for its service, the Hospital expanded continually in its physical facilities throughout the twentieth century and became, by the 1990s, a modern medical center with a facility of over 300 beds located on approximately 16.5 acres. It has been a pioneer in a number of medical programs and home to several specialized patient-care services, including the Philadelphia Heart Institute and the Scheie Eye Institute. In nursing training, the Hospital established a second school of a different kind–the Presbyterian School of Practical Nursing–in 1964 to solve the shortage of bed-side nursing personnel.

A major development, however, has been in its institutional relations. The Hospital developed close relations with the University of Pennsylvania in its early years as many of its staff held teaching positions at the Penn Medical School. The relationship was consolidated when the Hospital became formally affiliated with Penn in 1965 and changed its name to “Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center” on July 1 that year. While keeping the original mission of the Presbyterian Hospital, the Center now allowed the University of Pennsylvania to nominate one third of its Board of Trustees and was in a better position to serve as a clinical resource for the training of Penn Medical School students. On January 1, 1989, the Center was renamed as the Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia.

As modern medicine and hospital industry further advanced, with the organization of health system increasingly more sophisticated and the gap between the needs and resources widening, both the Center and the University saw the merit of a closer relationship. On June 30, 1995, after much negotiation between the two sides, the Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia merged with the University of Pennsylvania Health System. The Center has since become part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System. In addition to providing comprehensive care to residents of Philadelphia, the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center is one of the major bases for the training of medical students at the University of Pennsylvania. All members of its staff now hold faculty appointments at the Penn School of Medicine.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Collection documents the history of the Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia since its founding in 1871.

The Board of Trustees and Committees series includes Board of Trustees minutes from 1871 all the way to 1995, the year the Center merged with Penn, as well as minutes, correspondence and other documents of various committees. In addition, it includes minutes and correspondence of the Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation, the predecessor of the current Presbyterian Foundation for Philadelphia which was at one time a holding company of the Presbyterian Medical Center, from 1983 to 1989.

The Annual Report series includes a complete set of the Presbyterian Hospital’s annual report from 1871 to 1983 (the bound copy ending with the year of 1959). There are duplicate copies for many years in either bound or paper cover volumes.

The series of the Administrative files runs from 1871 to 1997. Included in this series are sub-groups such as Buildings and property, Contracts, leases and agreements, general administrative correspondence filed chronologically, the Cupp Pavilion dedication file, Departmental meeting file, Ethic Committee file, Financial file, HotelHospital program file, Institutional Review Board file, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JACHO) and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospital (JCAH) files, Medical Education Committee and Medical Executive Committee files, Medical Quality Assurance Committee file, files of the Medical Staff and its Executive Committee, correspondence concerning nursing and nursing programs, Quarterly Medical Staff Meeting file, Research Council minutes, Research funding files, and a general staff file.

The series of Departments includes departmental records and files from such major sources as the Cardio-vascular Research Lab, the Administrator of the Department of Medicine (Robert Hardin), Department of Medicine, Department of Nursing Education and Research, Department of Nursing Services, Emergency Department, Medical Auxiliary, Nursing School, Alumni Association of the Nursing School, Public Relations Department, Research Administration, Research Institute, and Scheie Eye Institute.

The series of the History research files includes material collected by researchers regarding the history of the Presbyterian Hospital, files of the History Committee, notes and extracts made by researchers, drafts and notes by Lillian Brunner for her intended book with her relevant correspondence, and transcripts of an oral history project conducted in 1995 (tapes unseen).

The Reference materials series consists of material of two categories–the sub-series of Disorder, diseases and treatments is related to discussion of various specific medical topics; the other group is of more general nature on various health care topics such as HMO, nutrition and smoking.

The Publications series includes all major publications of the Presbyterian Medical Center, among them the Bulletin, Center Post, Nursing School yearbook serial, Presby News, and Presby View. Also included are some old collected physician article reprints and medical magazines, 1876-1912.

All photographical records have been grouped in the series of Photographs, negatives, slides, etc. The sub-series of Photo prints has been arranged by subject while the negatives, slides and glass positives stay with their original index codes. Special notes have been attached to the end of the collection inventory to provide detailed information on any specific group of negatives, slides or glass positives. Included in this series are also two reels of film.

The Scrap7books series consists of clippings from a number of scrapbooks and albums, covering the period from 1949 to 1975.

The Audio and visual tapes series includes a song album recorded by the Nursing School student nurses’ choir as well as audio and video cassettes on various topics.

The series of Paintings, posters, charts and other graphics includes acrylic and oil paintings, architectural sketches, charcoal drawings, charts used in discussion of merger with the University of Pennsylvania, and Montage posters related to PMC history and research interest.

The Architectural drawings series consists of thirty-six reels of architectural plans as well as a couple of master utility plans.

The Plaques series comprises a total of twenty-nine metal plaques collected from various hospital facilities or made in commemoration of special occasions. An itemizing note has been attached to the end of the inventory.

Memorabilia items and medical instruments have been grouped as one series. It includes such major items as ceramic candle lamps, China Delft tiles donated by Harriet Carhart, Hospital seal press and seal images, nursing pins and pins issued on various special occasions, and three souvenirs from India. Medical instruments range from blood pressure gauge and other minor medical appliances, syringe and needles, containers of various kinds, to iron pestle and mortar.

The nursing uniforms series includes uniforms and caps of various styles, covering the period from 1932 to 1987.

Cross references:

See UPC 501 for Presbyterian Medical Center Ladies Aid Society Records, 1872 – 2002.

See also http://www.nursing.upenn.edu/history/collections/pson.htm for information of the Presbyterian School of Nursing Records, 1871-1988, stored at the Center for the Study of the History of Nursing.

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company.
Presbyterian Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.). Ladies Aid Society.
Presbyterian Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia. Ladies Aid Society.
Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia.
Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
Rittenhouse Square Flower Market.
University of Pennsylvania Health System. Presbyterian Medical Center. Ladies Aid Society.
University of Pennsylvania. School of Medicine.
Genre(s)
Annual Reports.
Minutes.
Photographs.
Subject(s)
Hospitals–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Nursing–Study and teaching–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.

Inventory

 

Board of Trustees and committees, 1871-1995 

Box

Folder

Board of Trustees, minutes, 1871-1995 

1871-1874 

1

1

1875-1879 

1

2

1879-1884 

1

3

1884-1888 

1

4

1888-1893 

2

1

1893-1899 

2

2

1899-1905 

2

3

1905-1910 

3

1

1910-1913 

3

2

1913-1916 

3

3

1916-1920 

4

1

1919-1922 

4

2

1923-1927 

5

1

1928-1930 

5

2

1930 April -1934 Sept. 

5

3

1934 Oct.-1939 Sept. 

5

4

1939 Oct.-1945 March 

6

1

1945 April-1952 June 

6

2

1952 Sept. – 1959 Jan. 

6

3

1959 March – 1964 Dec. 

6

4

1964-1965 (not formal, with correspondence) 

7

1

1965 Jan. – 1966 Nov. 

7

2

1967, Executive Committee 

7

3

1967, Full Board of Trustees, and Annual Corporation Meeting 

7

4

1968, Executive Committee 

7

5

1968, Full Board of Trustees and Annual Corporation Meeting 

7

6

1969, Full Board of Trustees, Joint Conference Committee, and Annual Corporation Meeting 

7

7

1969, Executive Committee 

7

8

1970, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

8

1

1970, Executive Committee 

8

2

1970, Joint Conference Committee 

8

3

1971, Executive Committee 

8

4

1971, Full Board of Trustees 

8

5

1971, Annual Corporation Meeting (centennial) 

8

6

1971, Joint Conference Committee 

8

7

1972 Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

8

8

1972, Executive Committee 

8

9

1972, Joint Conference Committee 

8

10

1973, Executive Committee 

9

1

1973, Joint Conference Committee 

9

2

1973, Full Board of Trustees 

9

3

1973, Annual Corporation Meeting 

9

4

1974, Executive Committee 

9

5

1974, Joint Conference Committee 

9

6

1974, Full Board of Trustees 

9

7

1974, Annual Corporation Meeting, with Charter and By-laws 

9

8

1975, Executive Committee 

9

9

1975, Joint Conference Committee 

9

10

1975, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

9

11

1976, Executive Committee 

10

1

1976, Joint Conference Committee 

10

2

1976, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

10

3

1977, Executive Committee 

10

4

1977, Joint Conference Committee 

10

5

1977, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

10

6

1978, Executive Committee 

10

7

1978, Joint Conference Committee 

10

8

1978, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

10

9

1979, Executive Committee 

11

1

1979, Joint Conference Committee 

11

2

1979, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

11

3

1980, Executive Committee 

11

4

1980, Joint Conference Committee 

11

5

1980, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

11

6

1981, Executive Committee 

11

7

1981, Joint Conference Committee 

11

8

1981, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

11

9

1982, Executive Committee 

12

1

1982, Joint Conference Committee 

12

2

1982, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

12

3

1983, Executive Committee 

12

4

1983, Joint Conference Committee 

12

5

1983, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting 

12

6

1984, Executive Committee, with agenda of 1984 April 19 

12

7

1984, Joint Conference Committee 

12

8

1984, Full Board of Trustees 

12

9

1985, Executive Committee 

13

1

1985, Joint Conference Committee 

13

2

1985, Full Board of Trustees 

13

3

1986, Executive Committee 

13

4

1986, Joint Conference Committee 

13

5

1986, Full Board of Trustees 

13

6

1986, May – Nov., Full Board of Trustees (not formal) 

13

7

1986, Sept. – Dec., Executive Committee (not formal) 

13

8

1987, Executive Committee 

13

9

1987, Joint Conference Committee 

13

10

1987, Full Board of Trustees 

13

11

1988, Executive Committee 

14

1

1988, Joint Conference Committee 

14

2

1988, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting (membership of the Corporation) 

14

3

1989, Executive Committee 

14

4

1989, Joint Conference Committee 

14

5

1989, Full Board of Trustees, Annual Corporation Meeting (membership of the Corporation) 

14

6

1990, Annual meeting of the members of the corporation 

14

7

1990, Executive Committee, minutes 

14

8

1990, Full Board of Trustees 

14

9

1990, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees 

14

10

1991, Annual meeting of the members of the corporation 

15

1

1991, Executive Committee, minutes 

15

2

1991, Full Board of Trustees 

15

3

1991, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees 

15

4

1992, Annual meeting of the members of the corporation 

15

5

1992, Executive Committee, minutes 

15

6

1992, Full Board of Trustees 

15

7

1992, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees, minutes 

15

8

1993, Annual meeting of the members of the corporation 

15

9

1993, Executive Committee, minutes 

15

10

1993, Full Board of Trustees 

15

11

1993, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees, minutes 

15

12

1994, Executive Committee, minutes 

16

1

1994, Full Board of Trustees 

16

2

1994, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees, minutes 

16

3

1995, Executive Committee, minutes (bound volume) 

16

4

1995, Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees, minutes, 1995 (bound volume) 

16

5

Committees, etc., 1871-1994 

Admission and Discharge, 1892-1898 

16

6

Audit and Supplies, minutes, 1889 June-1892 March 

16

7

Audit and Accounts, minutes, 1892- 1895 June 

16

8

Audit and Supplies, minutes, 1895-1904 

17

1

Audit, Accounts and Supplies, report, 1907 

17

2

Building, 1981, minutes 

17

3

Commission on Comprehensive Plans 

Correspondence and exhibits, 1913-1914, #1-10 

17

4

Correspondence and exhibits, 1914-1915, #11-25 

17

5

Correspondence and exhibits, 1915-1916, #26-39 

17

6

Correspondence, 1914-1915 

17

7

Correspondence, 1916-1921 

17

8

Minutes, 1913-1920 

17

9

Committees, minutes and reports, 1965-1966 

17

10

Correspondence 

1907 

17

11

1913 June-Sept. 

17

12

1913 Oct. -Nov. 

17

13

1913 Dec. 

17

14

1914 Jan. 

18

1

1914 Feb.-March 

18

2

1914 April – May 

18

3

1914 June-Aug. 

18

4

1914 Sept. – Oct. 

18

5

1914 Nov. – Dec. 

18

6

1915 Jan. – Feb. 

18

7

1915 March-April 

18

8

1915 May-June 

18

9

1915 July-Oct. 

18

10

1915 Nov.-Dec. 

18

11

1916 Jan. – Feb. 

18

12

1916 March-April 

19

1

1916 May-June 

19

2

1916 July-Sept. 

19

3

1916 Oct.-Dec. 

19

4

1917 Jan. – Feb. 

19

5

1917 March-April 

19

6

1917 May-June 

19

7

1917 June – Oct. 

19

8

1917 Nov.-Dec. 

19

9

1918 Jan. – Feb. 

19

10

1918 March – May 

19

11

1918 June – Aug. 

19

12

1918 Sept. – Oct. 

20

1

1918 Nov.- Dec. 

20

2

1919 Jan. – Feb. 

20

3

1919 March-April 

20

4

1919 May-August 

20

5

1919 Sept.-Oct. 

20

6

1919 Nov.-Dec. 

20

7

1920 Jan.-Feb. 

20

8

1920 March-April 

20

9

1920 May-Aug. 

20

10

1920 Sept. 

20

11

1920 Oct.-1921 

20

12

1922 

21

1

1923 Jan.-June 

21

2

1923 July-Dec. 

21

3

1924 

21

4

1925 

21

5

1926 

21

6

1927 

21

7

1928 

21

8

1929-1932 

21

9

1936-1937 

21

10

1938 

22

1

1952-1985 

22

2

1986 Jan.-March 

22

3

1986 April-May 

22

4

1986 June-July 

22

5

1986 Aug.-Sept 

22

6

1986 Oct. 

22

7

1986 Nov.-Dec. 

22

8

1987 Jan.-April 

22

9

1987 May-Sept. 

22

10

1987 Oct.-Dec. 

22

11

1988-1992 

23

1

Directory, 1985, 1989, 1990-1993 

23

2

Ephraim D. Saunders Awards, 1986-1988 

23

3

Finance, 1921-1923, 1986 

23

4

Finance, 1987-1989 

23

5

Guidelines for Hospital Trustees 

1985-1987 

23

6

1988-1989 

23

7

1991-1992 

23

8

1994 April 

23

9

Joint Conference Committee of the Medical Staff and the Board of Trustees, agenda and minutes 

1983-1986 May 

23

10

1986 June-Dec. 

23

11

1987 Jan.-May 

23

12

1987 June-1988 April 

24

1

1990 

24

2

1991 Jan. – April 

24

3

1991 May-August 

24

4

1991 Sept. – Dec. 

24

5

1992 Jan. – April 

24

6

1992 May-August 

24

7

1992 Sept. – Dec. 

25

1

1993 Jan. – June 

25

2

1993 July-Dec. 

25

3

1994 Jan. – June 

25

4

1994 July-Sept. 

25

5

Long-Range Development Planning, 1975 

25

6

Members, addresses, class lists, committee assignments, 1871-1992 

25

7

Members, biographies and biographical data (A-M), 1871-1993 

25

8

Members, biographies and biographical data (O-W), 1871-1993 

25

9

Members, correspondence, papers and reports, 1939-1985 

26

1

Memo from the Executive Vice President on property tax exemption, 1965, with list of Trustees of 1974 

26

2

Physical and Organizational Planning, 1966 

26

3

Recognition to Paul and Louise Cupp on dedicating the building named after them, 1982 Jan. 15 

OS 1

1

Residents’ agreements/contracts with Board (bound volume), 1894-1947 

26

4

Retreat materials, 1981-1989 

26

5

Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation, 1983-1989 

1983 June 24, corporate reorganization–Special meeting of the Corporation for the formation of the PMC Foundation, 

26

6

1983 Nov., Board of Trustees, minutes 

26

7

1983-1984, minutes, correspondence, etc. 

26

8

1985 Jan. – Sept., minutes and correspondence, etc. 

26

9

1985 Oct. – Dec., minutes, correspondence, etc. 

26

10

1986 Jan. – April, minutes, correspondence, etc. 

26

11

1988 June 2, minutes 

26

12

1986 May-June, correspondence, reports, etc. 

27

1

1986 July-August, correspondence, etc. 

27

2

1986 Sept. – Oct., correspondence, etc. 

27

3

1986 Nov.-Dec., correspondence, etc. 

27

4

1987 March-May, correspondence, etc. 

27

5

1987 June-Sept., correspondence, etc. 

27

6

1987 Oct.- 1988, correspondence, etc. 

27

7

1989, correspondence, etc. 

27

8

 

Annual Report, 1871-1983 

Box

Folder

bound 

1871-1879 

27

9

1871-1882 

28

1

1872-1883 

28

2

1876-1888 

29

1

1881-1889 

29

2

1883-1891 

30

1

1884-1895 

30

2

1889-1892 

31

1

1890-1894 

31

2

1890-1895 

31

3

1892-1897 

32

1

1893-1895 

32

2

1895-1898 

32

3

1896-1902 

33

1

1898-1903 

33

2

1899-1902 

34

1

1903-1906 

34

2

1904-1908 

34

3

1907-1910 

35

1

1911-1914 

35

2

1915-1918 

35

3

1919-1922 

36

1

1923-1925 

36

2

1926-1928 

36

3

1929-1931 

37

1

1932-1934 

37

2

1935-1937 

37

3

1938-1940 

38

1

1941-1943 

38

2

1943-1945 

38

3

1946-1948 

39

1

1949-1954 

39

2

1955-1959 

39

3

paper cover 

1920-1921 

39

4

1922-1923 

39

5

1924-1925 

39

6

1926-1927 

40

1

1928-1929 

40

2

1930-1931 

40

3

1932-1933 

40

4

1934-1935 

40

5

1936-1937 

40

6

1938-1939 

40

7

1940-1941 

40

8

1942-1943 

41

1

1944-1945 

41

2

1946-1947 

41

3

1948-1949 

41

4

1950-1951 

41

5

1952-1954 

41

6

1955-1960 

41

7

1961-1965 

41

8

1966-1969 

42

1

1970-1978 

42

2

1978-1983 

42

3

bound duplicates 

1872-1883, (1st to 12th) 

42

4

1881-1889 (10th to 18th ) 

43

1

1896-1902, 7 copies 

43

2

1903-1906, 1st copy 

43

3

1903-1906, 2nd copy 

43

4

1903-1906, 3rd copy 

43

5

1907-1910 

44

1

1911-1914, 1st copy 

44

2

1911-1914, 2nd copy 

44

3

1911-1914, 3rd copy 

44

4

1915-1918, 1st copy 

44

5

1915-1918, 2nd copy 

44

6

1923-1925 

44

7

1926-1928 

44

8

1932-1934, 1st copy 

45

1

1932-1934, 2nd copy 

45

2

paper cover duplicates 

1921 (51st) 

45

3

1924 (54th) 

45

4

1925 (55th) 

45

5

1930 (60th), 2 copies 

45

6

1931 (61st) 

45

7

1932 (62nd) 

45

8

1934 (64th) 

45

9

1935 (65th) 

45

10

1936 (66th) 

45

11

1939 (69th) 

45

12

1940 (70th) 

45

13

1941 (71st) 

45

14

1942 (72nd) 

45

15

1944 (74th), 2 copies 

45

16

1945 (75th), 2 copies 

45

17

1946 (76th), 2 copies 

45

18

1947 (77th), 3 copies 

45

19

1948 (78th), 7 copies 

45

20

1949-1950 (79th), 5 copies 

45

21

1951 (80th), 5 copies 

45

22

1952 (81st), 4 copies 

45

23

1953 (82nd), 4 copies 

45

24

1954 (83rd), 4 copies 

45

25

1955 (84th), 3 copies 

46

1

1956 (85th), 3 copies 

46

2

1957 (86th), 3 copies 

46

3

1958 (87th) 

46

4

1959-1960 (88th, 89th) 

46

5

1962 

46

6

1963 (92nd), 3 copies 

46

7

1964 (93rd), 4 copies 

46

8

1965 (94th), 2 copies 

46

9

1966, 4 copies 

46

10

1967, 3 copies 

46

11

1968, 3 copies 

46

12

1969, 4 copies 

46

13

1970, 3 copies 

46

14

1971, 3 copies 

46

15

1972-1973, biennial, 3 copies 

46

16

1975, 2 copies 

46

17

1978 

46

18

1979, 3 copies 

46

19

1980, 3 copies 

46

20

1981 

46

21

1982 

46

22

1983 

46

23

 

Administrative files, 1871-1997 

Box

Folder

Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1991 

46

24

Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1994, Vol. II. Scoring Guidelines, (1st folder) 

46

25

Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1994, Vol. II. Scoring Guidelines, (2nd folder) 

46

26

ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education), residency review, 1983-1989 

46

27

ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education), residency review, [1991] 

46

28

ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education), Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine, visit of 1987 Feb. 

46

29

ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education), review of the recommendation of the Transitional Year Review Committee, 1989 

46

30

ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education), Site visit, 1991 June 18 

46

31

Administrative Manual, 1982-1989 

Section 1, Administration 

46

32

Section 2, Admissions, section 4, communications, section 5 Development and public relations, and section 6, Dietary 

46

33

Section 8, Fiscal, section 9, Building services, section 10, Medical records 

46

34

Section 11, Patient care 

46

35

Section 12, Personnel 

46

36

Section 14, Engineering 

46

37

Administrative Policy Manual, ring-binder, 1993, Policy No. 01- 09 

46

38

Administrative Policy Manual, ring-binder, 1993, Policy No. 10-14 

46

39

Administrative Survey, by Greenman, MacNicol and Co., 1952, with comments by Robert C. Murar 

47

1

Agreements of sale for the Haverford Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, etc., exhibits, [1983] 

Tab 1-16, with Index 

47

2

Tab 17-30 

47

3

Tab 31-42 

47

4

Tab 43-53 

47

5

Air Plus Air Fluidized Therapy System, operating manual, n.d. 

47

6

American Hospital Association, survey of hospitals, etc., 1984-1987 

47

7

Anne Klein and Associates, counseling for outsourcing, 1993 

47

8

AOA (American Osteopathic Association) course guide to the clinical years, 1987 

47

9

Application to the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust fund, 1988 

47

10

ARAMARK service terminated, 1995 

47

11

Arthritis seminar, 1995 September 

47

12

Articles of Incorporation, amendment, 1989 

47

13

Atwork Corporation, Automated Nurse Staffing Office System III, 1989 

47

14

Auto insurance, 1979-1987 

47

15

Benefit plan brochures, [1971-1973] 

47

16

Budget Instruction Package, 1989 

47

17

Budget, 1965-1966 

47

18

Buildings and property 

1875-1957 

47

19

1961-1992 

47

20

Administration Building (Converse gift), 1892-1968 

47

21

Agreement with Redevelopment Authority of Philadelphia, 1964-1965 

47

22

Children’s Ward (Wanamaker gift), 1888-1954 

47

23

Dispensary-Laboratory Building (present Saunders Wing), 1898-1958 

47

24

Dulles, Margaret Welsh, Memorial Building, 1899-1929 

47

25

Hogg, James Renwick, Memorial Home for Nurses, 1900-1927 

47

26

Lewis, Samuel A. and Sara, Memorial Building, 1928 

47

27

Maternity House, 1905-1927 

47

28

Medical Office Building, 1983 

47

29

Mutch, Andrew, Student Nurses’ Residence, 1924-1989 

47

30

Myrin, Mabel Pew, Pavilion (formerly Ambulatory Services Pavilion), 1967-1990 

47

31

Plans of present dispensary and private patient buildings, [1952?] 

48

1

Private Patient Building (North Wing), 1931-1934 

48

2

Saunders House properties (including Old Man’s Home and Prebyterian House), 1886-1989 

48

3

Surgical and medical wards (including Kortright Ward), 1875-1906 

48

4

Wright, A.K., Wing (including Sarah McCahan Chapel), 1959-1992 

48

5

By-laws, 1983, 1985, 1989, 1992 

48

6

Cathcart, Eliza, Home, 1894-1993 

48

7

Cathhart Home, survey and recommendations, 1955 

48

8

Centennial materials, 1971 

48

9

Chaplaincy and pastoral care program, 1950-1993 

48

10

Charter and By-laws, 1952, with 1954 amendment insertion 

48

11

Charters, by-laws and mission statements, 1871-1914 

48

12

Charters, by-laws and mission statements, 1952-1992 

48

13

Clinical log book, “Accident Book”, 1934 August – November 

48

14

Clinical log book, autopsies, 1957-1961 

48

15

Clinical log book, gynecological cases, summary of diagnosis and treatment, 1885-1891 

48

16

Clinical log book, laboratory findings and diagnosis, 1909-1914, cases 1-2120 

48

17

Clinical log book, laboratory findings and diagnosis, 1914-1920, cases 2121-6571 

48

18

Clinical log book, laboratory findings and diagnosis, 1921 February – November, cases 7011-7748 

49

1

Clinical log book, surgical cases, summary of diagnosis and treatment, 1885-1888 

49

2

Clipping, the opening of the James Hogg Memorial Home for Nurses 

OS 1

2

Clippings re the history of the Presbyterian Hospital, miscellaneous, [1871]-1995 

49

3

Clippings, 1935-1989, that came with William Allen Zucker’s book John Wanamaker: King of Merchants 

49

4

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Health, correspondence re beds and facilities, 1981-1988 

49

5

Conference Room schedule, 1989-1990 

49

6

Consent to remove life support systems, correspondence, form, and references, 1983-1985 

49

7

Contracts, leases and agreements 

Cherry Hill Medical Arts Building 

Correspondence, etc., 1978-1985 

49

8

Correspondence, etc., 1986 Jan. – May 

49

9

Correspondence, etc., 1986 June-1987 

49

10

MediFit, 1985-1986 Feb. 

49

11

MediFit, 1986 March-June 

49

12

MediFit, 1986 July-Oct. 

49

13

MediFit, 1986 Nov.-Dec. 

49

14

MediFit, 1986 Cec. 

49

15

MediFit, 1987 Jan. – June 

49

16

MediFit, 1987 July-1988 

49

17

Delaware Valley Hospital Laundry, Inc., 1969 

49

18

Facility additions, renovations and repairs, 1964-1986 

49

19

[Nuclear] Magnetic Resonance Imaging entities 

1975-1983 

49

20

1983 Dec. 

49

21

1984 

49

22

1985 

49

23

1986 

50

1

1987-1988 

50

2

Office space (for physicians) 

1970 

50

3

1971-1972 

50

4

1973-1975 

50

5

1976 

50

6

1977 

50

7

1978-1979 

50

8

Pathology Associates and Dr. George A. Hennanni, 1973-1974 

50

9

Radiology (George N. Stein, M.D., and Associates), 1972-1973 

50

10

Radiology (George N. Stein, M.D., and Associates), 1974-1975 

50

11

Corporation materials, 1957-1975 

50

12

Correspondence, 1966-1978 

50

13

Correspondence, 1981-1993 

51

1

Correspondence, 1983-1992 

51

2

Correspondence, 1984-1988, loan of paintings from Philadelphia Museum of Art to Scheie Institute, facility inspection, etc. 

51

3

Correspondence, 1987, animal facility renovations 

51

4

Correspondence, 1988-1992, miscellaneous 

51

5

Correspondence file of Benjamin F. Burgess (Administrative Director of Research, Chairman of Research Council, and Chairman of the Institutional Review Board), 1981-1986 

51

6

Correspondence file of Benjamin F. Burgess (Administrative Director of Research, Chairman of Research Council, and Chairman of the Institutional Review Board), 1987 

51

7

Correspondence file of Lorraine M. McGill (Administration Risk Manager/Administrative Director of Research), 1986-1988 

51

8

Correspondence file of Lorraine M. McGill (Administration Risk Manager/Administrative Director of Research), 1989 

51

9

Correspondence, administrative 

1871-1922 

51

10

1923 Jan.-June 

51

11

1923 July-Dec. 

52

1

1936-1937 

52

2

1951-1955 

52

3

1970-1972 

52

4

1973-1979 

52

5

1980-1984 

52

6

1985 

52

7

1986 Jan. 

52

8

1986 Feb. – March 

52

9

1986 March 

52

10

1986 April, financial-legal and estate matters 

53

1

1986 May (I) 

53

2

1986 May (II) 

53

3

1986 June 6-June 17 

53

4

1986 June 18-30 

53

5

1986 July 

53

6

1986 Aug. 

53

7

1986 Sept. 

53

8

1986 Oct. 

53

9

1986 Nov. 

53

10

1986 Dec. 

53

11

1987 Jan. 

54

1

1987 Feb. – April 

54

2

1987 May 

54

3

1987 June 

54

4

1987 July-Sept. 

54

5

1987 Oct. 

54

6

1987 Nov. 

54

7

1987 Dec. 

54

8

1988 

54

9

1989-1991 

54

10

1992 Jan.- Aug. 

54

11

1992 Sept. -1995 

54

12

Credentialing Manual 

1990 (I) 

55

1

1990 (II) 

55

2

1990 (III) 

55

3

Cupp, Paul and Louise, Pavilion dedication 

Administrative Correspondence (including ribbon-cutting), 1979-1981 Oct. 

55

4

Administrative Correspondence (including ribbon-cutting), 1981 Nov. 

55

5

Administrative Correspondence (including ribbon-cutting), 1981 Dec. 

55

6

Administrative Correspondence (including ribbon-cutting), 1982 Jan. 

55

7

Committee correspondence, minutes, etc., 1981 April-Sept. 

55

8

Committee correspondence, minutes, etc., 1981 Oct.-1982 Jan. 

55

9

Events, Lift-off, 1979 

55

10

Events, Lift-off, 1980 Jan. 

55

11

Events, Lift-off, 1980 Feb. (I) 

56

1

Events, Lift-off, 1980 Feb. (II) 

56

2

Events, Lift-off, 1980 March-June 

56

3

Events, Tour and “Carl Mosher Day,” 1981 

56

4

Events, Tree-lighting, 1981 

56

5

Gift catalogues, etc., 1981 

56

6

Invitation schedules and visits, 1981 (I) 

56

7

Invitation schedules and visits, 1981 (II) 

56

8

Invitation schedules and visits, 1981 (III) 

56

9

Public relations and media materials, 1981 (I) 

56

10

Public relations and media materials, 1981 (II) 

56

11

Stationery, hand-outs and reference materials, 1981 

57

1

Department Head List, 1983-1987 

57

2

Department Head Meeting, agenda and minutes, 1990 Aug. – 1992 Sept., Agenda and minutes, 1990 Aug. – 1992 Sept. 

57

3

Department Head Meeting, minutes, 1987-1988, Minutes, 1987-1988 

57

4

Departmental meeting 

Anesthesia, 1990 

57

5

Anesthesia, 1991 

57

6

Anesthesia, 1992 

57

7

Anesthesia, 1993 

57

8

Neurology, 1990-1991 

57

9

Neurology, 1992 

57

10

Neurology, 1993 

57

11

Ophthalmology and Surgery, 1992 

57

12

Ophthalmology, 1990 

57

13

Ophthalmology, 1991 

57

14

Ophthalmology, 1993 

57

15

Surgery Case Review and Medical Imaging, 1991 

57

16

Diagnostic Radiology Service reports, 1987 June and Sept., with Delaware Valley Hospital Council monthly utilization report and Kepro procedure 

57

17

Donor report, 1983-1985 

57

18

Drug free treatment program, 1985 April 

57

19

Education and Research Committee 

Agenda and minutes, 1990-1991 

57

20

Correspondence and clippings, 1989-1991 

57

21

Re archival policy and the 125th anniversary of the PMC, 1993 

57

22

Study of the internal medicine residency program for PMC by Amicus, Inc., 1989 Dec. 

57

23

Emergency call list, 1974 

57

24

Emergency Call List, 1980-1987 

57

25

Emergency Preparedness Program 

1989, I. General Internal Disaster Plan 

57

26

1989, II. External Disaster Plan 

57

27

1989, III. Fire plan and Bomb Threat Plan 

57

28

1989, IV. Telecommunication Plan 

57

29

1989, V. Utilities Plan 

57

30

Employee benefit material, 1983-1984 

58

1

Employee Handbook, 1972-1982 

58

2

Employee Handbook, 1982-1987 

58

3

Endowed room and endowed beds, 1949 

58

4

Equipment damage claims, 1986-1988 

58

5

Ethics Committee 

“Keeping ethics in Ethics Committee,” 1990 April 5 and 6 

58

6

1988-1991 

58

7

1990 Jan.- April 

58

8

1990 July-December 

58

9

1991 Feb. – June 

58

10

1991 July-December 

58

11

AIDS policy statement, etc., 1985-1986 

58

12

Clippings re informed consent for withdrawing life prolonging medical procedures, etc., 1987 

58

13

Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) policy, 1987 

58

14

Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) policy, clippings, 1984-1987 

58

15

Minutes, 1990-1991 

58

16

Organ donor and brain death policies and procedures, 1987 

58

17

External Relations Committee, 1988-1991 

58

18

Eye donation form, 1986 

58

19

Eye Institute presentation by Harold G. Scheie, 1969 Feb. 

58

20

Financial 

Bond closing documents (Hospitals Authority of Philadelphia), 1980 June 13 

(I) 

58

21

(II) 

58

22

(III) 

58

23

(IV) 

58

24

(V) 

58

25

(VI) 

58

26

(VII) 

58

27

(VIII) 

58

28

(IX) 

58

29

(X) 

58

30

Budgets, financial statements, reports and packages, 1905, 1953-1989 

59

1

Fund-raising, correspondence, 1950-1982 

Cole-Eagleville 

59

2

Earle 

59

3

Earley-Eav 

59

4

Eb-Ec 

59

5

Edel-Eden 

59

6

Edgar-Edw 

59

7

Eg 

59

8

Eh-Ei 

59

9

Eid-Eis 

59

10

El-Elliott 

59

11

Ellison 

60

1

Elisb-Elmer 

60

2

Elis-Eliz 

60

3

Em 

60

4

En 

60

5

Ep-Eq 

60

6

Er 

60

7

Es 

60

8

Et-Evans 

60

9

Evans-Eyes 

60

10

Fair 

61

1

Fairless-Falcone 

61

2

Fall-Fara 

61

3

Farber-Farg 

61

4

Farrell-Faulk 

61

5

Faukner-Faust 

61

6

Fed-Fdlb 

61

7

Fels-Fenner 

61

8

Ferac-Ferguson 

61

9

Ferguson-Fernan 

61

10

Fern-Ferris 

62

1

Ferval-Few 

62

2

Fidelity-Fink 

62

3

Finley-Fish 

62

4

Fisher-Fitz 

62

5

Fla-Fleisher 

62

6

Fleishman-Fuller 

62

7

Fund-raising, donor and endowment materials, 1947-1976 

62

8

Fund-raising, donor and endowment materials, 1977-1987 

62

9

Fund-raising, Pancake Day, 1973-1976, correspondence 

62

10

Invoices and payments, 1901-1943 

1977-1987 March 

63

1

1987 April-Sept. 

63

2

1987 Oct.-Nov. 

63

3

1987 Dec.- 1988 Feb. 

63

4

1988 March-April 

63

5

1988 May-June 

63

6

Mary Regan Barrett Fund, ledger, 1950-1965 

63

7

Mortgage loan, 1968 

63

8

Payroll–wages, salary, etc. 

1935-1937 (I) 

63

9

1935-1937 (II) 

63

10

1935-1937 (III) 

63

11

1935-1937 (IV) 

63

12

1963-1966 (I) 

64

1

1963-1966 (II) 

64

2

1963-1966 (III) 

64

3

1967-1984 (I) 

64

4

1967-1984 (II) 

64

5

1967-1984 (III) 

64

6

Pension plans and dues payments, 1936-1964 

64

7

Rate schedules,1927-1958 

64

8

University City Apothecary stock certificate book, 1979 

64

9

Fine arts requirement for Center Post Village housing, 1972-1973, correspondence, artists’ resume and other application material 

64

10

Focus article on I. Donald Snook, Jr., “Master planner reshaping major hospital,” 1985 May 1 

64

11

Food and Drug Administration information sheets, 1985-1989, with other relevant clippings 

64

12

George M. Harrison bequest, 1919 

65

1

Gift of W. Richison Schofield for the fellowship fund for hematology, 1978 

65

2

Handbook, “Here’s Presbyterian”, [1972-1973] 

65

3

Handbooks, 1895-1984 

65

4

Handbooks, 1987-1991 

65

5

High school initiative program, 1993 

65

6

Home Health Services, Hospice Program, policy and procedure, 1989 

65

7

Hospital Infections Committee 

1984 June-Aug. report 

65

8

1985, agenda and minutes 

65

9

1986, agenda and minutes 

65

10

1988-1990, agenda and minutes 

65

11

Hospital licensure application and survey, 1981-1986 

65

12

Hospital Planning Agency of the Citizens’ Conference on hospital capital requirements in Philadelphia and vicinity, 1949-1960 

65

13

Hospital Policy Manual, 1991-1992, Administration and Admission 

65

14

Hospital Policy Manual, 1991-1992, Building services and Administrative procedures, etc. 

65

15

Hospital Revenue Bonds issuing statement, 1980, 1987, 1991 

65

16

Hospital Revenue Bonds, defeasance of the 1993 bonds, 1995 

65

17

HotelHospital 

1983-1984 Oct. 

65

18

1984 Nov. 

65

19

1985-1986 May 

65

20

1986 June- Dec. 

65

21

1987-1993 

65

22

House staff information, [1953] 

65

23

Incident reporting procedures, 1978-1982 

65

24

Independence Blue Cross’s proposal for an integrated health delivery system, 1994 

65

25

Infection control (“Initiation of Isolation or Precautions”), policy manual, 1989 

66

1

Information re hospital insurance, misdiagnosis and risk management, etc., 1979-1989 

66

2

In-patient Cardiac Rehabilitation meeting, 1988-1990 

66

3

Inpatient Psychiatric Unit 

Policy and Procedure Manual, 1989, I. overview 

66

4

Policy and Procedure Manual, 1989, II. Policy No. 1 – 9 

66

5

Policy and Procedure Manual, 1989, II. Policy No. 12 – 22 

66

6

Institute for Communication Disorders (proposed) 

1972 

66

7

n.d. 

66

8

Institutional Review Board 

Clinical study of International Ophthalmics Manufacturing Company’s intraocular lenses, 1989 

66

9

Intraocular lens models for investigation, 1988-1989 

66

10

Intraocular lens, 1988 

66

11

Protocol review, correspondence, 1986-1987 

66

12

Protocol review, correspondence, 1987 (I) 

66

13

Protocol review, correspondence, 1987 (II) 

66

14

Protocol review, correspondence, 1988 

66

15

Protocol review, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, 1986 

66

16

Protocol review, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, 1987 (I) 

66

17

Protocol review, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, 1987 (II) 

66

18

Protocol review, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, 1988 

66

19

Protocol review, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, consent for normal subjects, 1986 

66

20

Insurance certification by Marsh and McLennan, 1984-1987 

66

21

Insurance matters 

1984-1988 

66

22

Correspondence, invoices, check requisition, etc., 1983-1984 

66

23

Correspondence, invoices, check requisition, etc., 1984-1985 

66

24

Correspondence, invoices, check requisition, etc., 1985-1986 

66

25

Insurance summary, 1988 

66

26

Internal medicine residency study, re Amicus report, 1990 

66

27

Invisible Philadelphia book project, draft of “Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center” by Lillian S. Brunner, with correspondence and reference material, 1988-1991 

66

28

Ironshire family, genealogy, n.d. 

67

1

Issue with the Union around the cost-saving re-organization, strike, and an election proposed by the District Council 1199C, 1993 

ARA (Automatic Retailers of America) Services 

67

2

Clippings 

67

3

Correspondence 

67

4

“Manager’s Guide to Staying Union Free” 

67

5

“Proposal to Presbyterian Medical Center for a Public Relations/Lobbying Campaign” by the REACH Communications Specialist, Inc. 

67

6

Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) 

Addiction Treatment Services, Quality Assurance Committee, minutes and reports, 1989-1990 

67

7

Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1995, section 1 

67

8

Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1995, section 2 

67

9

Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1995, section 3 and appendix 

67

10

Review and Compliance Committee, 1990 February – March 

67

11

Review and Compliance Committee, 1990 April – May 

67

12

Survey, 1988 

67

13

Survey, 1995 

67

14

Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals (JCAH) 

Mock survey of the special care units, 1986, material for review including minutes of the Operations Quality Assurance Committee and the Nurse Management Meeting, 1984-1985, etc. 

67

15

Patient care management review 

1987, I. nursing problems summaries 

67

16

1987, II. Operations Quality Assurance Committee, minutes, 1986-1987 

67

17

1987, III. Internal Quality Assurance reports and program evaluation, 1987 

67

18

1987, IV. Patient representative monthly report and relevant sub-committee minutes, 1986-1987 

67

19

1987, V. Nursing Administration Workshop/meeting and Nurse/Resident Committee, minutes, 1986-1987 

67

20

1987, VI. Nurse management meeting, minutes, 1986-1987 

67

21

1989, I. Operations Quality Assurance Committee, minutes, 1988-1989 

67

22

1989, II. Ancillary department and committee reports, 1988-1989 

67

23

1989, III. Department and service JCAH compliance reports, 1988-1989 

67

24

Survey, 1986 

67

25

Kerr, Thomas, memorial service card, photographs, clippings, [?-1988] 

67

26

Key Personnel, list, n.d., with a 1962 list of nursing faculty 

67

27

Legal cases involving Dr. Terry Langer, 1985-1990 

67

28

Legal matters, liability notes, Delaware Valley Health Care Risk Management Association, etc., [1987] 

67

29

Legal matters, notebooks, two, by Lorraine M. McGill (Administration Risk Manager/Administrative Director of Research), 1979-1983, 1984-1985 

67

30

Legal matters, liability summary, 1974-1987 

68

1

Licenses and inspections of elevators and other facilities, 1986-1988 

68

2

Life insurance program, undated 

68

3

Log book of operation consents, 1905 January-1907 April, with inserted loose notes/cables 

68

4

Log book of operation consents, 1909 July – 1911 December, with inserted loose notes/cables 

68

5

Long range planning, 1955-1987 

68

6

“Long range plan and program of requirements, 1978-1990”, Executive summary of findings and recommendations, prepared by Medicon, Inc. , 1978 

69

1

Maps and aerial views, 1871-1946 

69

2

Maps and aerial views, [1952]-1990 

69

3

Medical and legal problems, three of them involving physicians [confidential], 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987 

69

4

Medical Education Committee 

1915-1965, with other informational manuals and materials 

69

5

1969-1995, with other informational manuals and materials 

69

6

1989-1993 

69

7

Agenda and minutes, 1985-1988 

69

8

Agenda and minutes, 1989-1992 

69

9

Minutes and correspondence, 1965 Nov.-1966 March 

69

10

Medical Executive Committee 

Agenda and minutes, 1990 July – Sept. 

69

11

Agenda and minutes, 1990 Oct. – Dec. 

70

1

Agenda and minutes, 1991 Jan. – March 

70

2

Agenda and minutes, 1991 April – June 

70

3

Agenda and minutes, 1991 July – Sept. 

70

4

Agenda and minutes, 1991 Oct. – Dec. 

70

5

Agenda and minutes, 1992 Jan. – March 

70

6

Agenda and minutes, 1992 April – June 

70

7

Agenda and minutes, 1992 July – Sept. 

70

8

Agenda and minutes, 1992 Oct. – Dec. 

70

9

Agenda and minutes, 1993 Jan. – June 

70

10

Agenda and minutes, 1993 July- Dec. 

70

11

Agenda and minutes, 1994 Jan. – June 

70

12

Agenda and minutes, 1994 July- Sept. 

70

13

Minutes, 1986-1990 

70

14

Minutes, 1991 

70

15

Minutes, 1992 

70

16

Medical imaging and non-invasive vascular testing, 1988-1989 

70

17

Medical Quality Assessment and Improvement Committee, minutes and reports, 1992 Jan. – May 

70

18

Medical Quality Assessment and Improvement Committee, minutes and reports, 1992 June-October 

70

19

Medical Quality Assurance Committee 

Minutes and reports, 1990 Jan. – June 

70

20

Minutes and reports, 1990 July-Dec. 

70

21

Minutes and reports, 1991 

70

22

Minutes, 1991 March-July 

70

23

Occurrence screening criteria and log, 1983-1985 

70

24

Medical Record Committee, minutes, 1990 

70

25

Medical Record Committee, 1990, minutes, etc. 

70

26

Medical Staff 

Application forms (blank), [1980s] 

70

27

Application forms for appointment and renewal of appointment, [1984] 

70

28

Biographical, 1893-1996, A-M 

70

29

Biographical, 1893-1996, O-Z 

71

1

House staff lists, 1966-1975 

71

2

House staff lists, 1976-1996 

71

3

By-laws and regulations, 1979-1986 (I) 

71

4

By-laws and regulations, 1979-1986 (II) 

71

5

By-laws, 1986, 1989 

71

6

By-laws, 1989 

71

7

Correspondence, from Dr. John Girvin, 1925-1933 

71

8

Correspondence, from Dr. John Girvin, 1934-1935 

71

9

Correspondence, from Dr. John Girvin, n.d. 

72

1

Correspondence, schedules and other materials, 1940-1995 

72

2

Directory, 1976 

72

3

Fair Hearing Plan, 1986 

72

4

Publications (except books), 1963-1968 

72

5

Publications (except books), 1969-1972 

72

6

Publications (except books), 1973-1984 

72

7

Roster, address list and appointment application, 1990 

72

8

Temporary privilege permissions 

1987 March-April 

72

9

1987 June 

72

10

1987 July 

72

11

1987 Aug.-Sept. 

72

12

1987 Oct. – Dec. 

73

1

1988 

73

2

Medical Staff Committee (and its Executive Committee) 

Minutes, 1930-1932 

73

3

Minutes, 1933-1987 

73

4

Medical Staff Executive Committee 

Agenda and minutes, 1989 Jan. – March 

73

5

Agenda and minutes, 1989 April – June 

73

6

Agenda and minutes, 1989 July – Sept. 

73

7

Agenda and minutes, 1989 Oct. – Dec. 

73

8

Agenda and minutes, 1990 Jan. – March 

74

1

Agenda and minutes, 1990 April – June 

74

2

By-laws revision, etc., 1969-1971 

74

3

Merger of the PMC with the University of Pennsylvania Health System, press conference, community leader luncheon and correspondence, 1995 April 

74

4

Mid-Atlantic Heart and Vascular Institute, 1980 

74

5

Modernization Fund, [1950s] 

74

6

News release, 1969-??? 

74

7

News releases, two, 1965, re the new Gastroenterology Institute and the agreement with Penn about PMC 

74

8

Newspaper clippings, 1960-1989 

74

9

Nursing Advisory Committee, 1961-1989 

74

10

Nursing Advisory Committee, minutes, with agenda material and correspondence, 1991-1992 June 

74

11

Nursing Advisory Committee, minutes, with agenda material and correspondence, 1992 Sept. – 1994 

74

12

Nursing Alumni Association and Nursing Alumni Day, 1978 

74

13

Nursing and nursing programs, correspondence, etc., from various sources 

1901-1969 

74

14

1970-1978 

74

15

1978-1980 

74

16

1981-1982 June 

74

17

1982 July-August 

74

18

1982 Sept.-Dec. 

74

19

1983, mostly from files of William T. Payne, Jr. (Executive Vice President) 

74

20

1984 Jan. – April 

74

21

1984 June-July 

74

22

1984 Aug.-Dec. 

74

23

1985 Jan.-April 

74

24

1985 April, a cooperative baccalaureate nursing program 

74

25

1985 May-Sept. 

74

26

1985 Oct. – Dec. 

74

27

1986 Jan. – Feb. 

74

28

1986 March 

74

29

1986 April-Aug. 

74

30

1986 Sept. – Dec. 

74

31

1987 

74

32

1988-1995 

74

33

Nursing Service, award and certificates, 1919-1976 

75

1

Nursing Service, award policy material and blank certificates, 1979-1984 

75

2

Nursing-Pharmacy Committee, 1987-1988 

75

3

Oral History project material, notes by Archivist Sandy VanDoren, 1996-1997 

75

4

Organizational charts, 1923-1994 

75

5

Outreach, 1974-1978 

75

6

PA Annual hospital questionnaire and AHA annual survey of hospitals, 1983-1985 

75

7

Passmore (L. Alan) Lectures, 

75

8

Patient complaints, 1985-1987 

75

9

Patient information brochures, n.d. 

75

10

Payroll ledger, 1920-1924 

75

11

Payroll ledger, 1925 June–1927 Sept. 

76

1

Payroll ledger, 1929 Jan.–1930 Nov. 

76

2

Payroll ledger, 1938 Dec.–1939 Nov. 

76

3

Personnel policy material, 1968-1986 

77

1

Personnel policy material, 1978-1981 

77

2

Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, minutes, 1990-1991 

77

3

PHICO (Pennsylvania Hospital Insurance Company) and Commonwealth Medical Professional Liability Catastrophe Loss Fund 

1979-1988 

77

4

Clippings, 1981-1988 

77

5

PHICO (Pennsylvania Hospital Insurance Company) 

Achievement award to 1983, annual report and other publications, 1981-1988 

77

6

Renewal application and payment schedule, 1987-1988 

77

7

Renewal questionnaire, 1983-1985 

77

8

PHICO (Pennsylvania Hospital Insurance Company)/Forum, 1981-1989 

77

9

PHICO Risk Management Survey, 1984 

77

10

PHICO Risk Management Survey, 1986-1988 

77

11

PHICO, retro analysis of insurance policy, 1985-1988 

77

12

Philadelphia Inquirer, clippings, 1987, 1993 

77

13

Physician research survey, 1987 

77

14

Plaque inventory, registration sheets and cards, 1979-1994 

77

15

Plaques, correspondence and inventories, 1965-1994 

77

16

Poem honoring Dr. William Hughes, by Frank Price Heckel, 1921 March 

OS 1

3

Policies regarding equipment, 1983 

77

17

Presbyterian Medical Center Archives, in-House research phone log, 1994-1997 

77

18

Presbyterian Medical Center v. Tretter, case over Mrs. John Wanamaker’s portrait, 1993-1995 

77

19

Presbyterian Personal Care Residence, Inc., corporate records, 1984 

77

20

Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Information re the affiliation with the University of Pennsylvania and planning of the new medical center, 1965-1969 

77

21

President I. Donald Snook’s appraisal to Trustees and Vice Presidents re PMC prospect on major issues, 1994 

77

22

Principal documents governing PMC and related organizations, [1960-1983], 1-2 

77

23

Principal documents governing PMC and related organizations, [1960-1983], 3-6 

77

24

Proclamation by Mayor of Philadelphia 

1974 May 11 as Pancake Day (to benefit the two PMC schools of nursing) 

OS 1

4

1987 May 1 as Presbyterian School of Nursing Day 

OS 1

5

Product Standardization Committee, 1987 

77

25

Professional Advisory Committee, minutes, 1989 Nov. – 1990 Feb. 

77

26

Professional Services Management Meeting, minutes and informational memos, 1993 

77

27

Programs, three, Employee service recognition dinner, 1972 May 16; a capping ceremony of the School of Nursing, 1975 February 2; and a memorial service for Annie Lloyd Davies, 1984 Oct. 

77

28

Property insurance, 1987-1988 

77

29

Proposal to the Independence Blue Cross for a regional Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE) program, 1994 

77

30

Providence: a history of Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia,” edited by Kathryn Ruck and I. Donald Snook, Jr., 1996, 2nd copy 

77

31

Quality Assurance Problem Referral and Assessment Form, [1987] 

77

32

Quarterly Medical Staff Meeting 

1983-1985 

77

33

1986 

77

34

1987 

77

35

1989 March-October 

77

36

1988 

77

37

1989 December 

77

38

1990 

77

39

1991 

78

1

1992 

78

2

1993 

78

3

1994 

78

4

Roster of staff, 1990 

78

5

Radiation Safety Committee, 1987-1989 

78

6

Radiation Safety Committee, 1990-1995 

78

7

Radiology Foundation of P-UPMC, corporate records, 1982, and annual meeting, 1983 Nov. 

78

8

Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia, agreement with the Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center on a purchase for redevelopment, 1981 Oct. 

78

9

Relationship with the University of Pennsylvania, documentation, 1960-1981 

79

1

Relationship with the University of Pennsylvania, review of Developments, prepared 1969 August 

79

2

Relationship with the University of Pennsylvania, review, 1987 

79

3

Request for Certificate of Need review, 1987 

79

4

Research Committee, proposed organizational plan for future research activities, 1960 July 

79

5

Research Council, minutes, 

1962 Feb.-1966 Dec. 

79

6

1967-1969 Nov. 

79

7

1970-1972 

79

8

1973-1974 

79

9

1975-1977 

79

10

1978-1979 

79

11

1980-1981 

79

12

1982-1983 

79

13

1984-1985 

79

14

Research funding 

National Institutes of Health General Research Support, evaluation study, 1970 

79

15

Permanent ostomy project, acknowledgments, 1968-1975 

79

16

Annual progress report, 1973-1975 

79

17

Annual progress report, 1976-1980 

79

18

Annual progress report, 1981-1987 

79

19

Application, 1963-1970 

79

20

Application, 1971-1978 

79

21

Application, 1976 

79

22

Application, 1978-1982 

79

23

Application, 1983-1984 

79

24

Application, 1985-1986 

79

25

Application, 1987 

79

26

Correspondence, 1976-1984 

79

27

US Public Health Service General Research Support Grant 

Annual Expenditures Report, 1968-1976, with correspondence 

79

28

Annual progress report, 1968-1972 

79

29

Correspondence, 1963-1984 

79

30

Requests and allocations, 1967-1968 

79

31

Requests and allocations, 1969 

80

1

Requests and allocations, 1970-1972 

80

2

Requests and allocations, 1970-1978 

80

3

Requests and allocations, 1971-1973 

80

4

US Public Health Service General Research Support Grant and Biomedical Research Support Grant, instructions and forms, 1962-1970 

80

5

US Public Health Service General Research Support Grant and Biomedical Research Support Grant, instructions and forms, 1971-1978 

80

6

US Public Health Service grants, Institutional Review Board and human research subject protection, 1977-1987 

80

7

USPHS FR-05610-01 and FR-05610-02, financial records, 1967-1970 

80

8

Risk Management plan, 1981 June 18 

80

9

Risk Management program, 1980-1986 

80

10

Risk Management program, correspondence and reference material, 1981-1983 

80

11

Rules for the Admission of Patients to the Beds of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia and for their transfer and discharge, 1956 September, with attached material, 1961-1963 

80

12

Safety Committee, 1988-1989 

80

13

Safety Committee, minutes, department reports, correspondence, 1989-1990 

80

14

Safety Education Program, safety discussion guide, 1990-1991 

80

15

Safety Manual, 1986 

80

16

Safety Manual, addendum, 1989 

80

17

School-work Program, 1971 

80

18

Security, 1972-1978 

80

19

Self-insurance and excess worker compensation insurance, 1985 (I) 

80

20

Self-insurance and excess worker compensation insurance, 1985 (II) 

80

21

Self-insurance and excess worker compensation insurance, 1986-1988 

80

22

Signature tile cards, [1980s] 

80

23

Signatures of house staff, 1988-1989 

80

24

Staff 

Articles published, etc., 1933-1991 

80

25

Personnel, check requisition form and time cards, 1986 

80

26

Personnel, check requisition form and time cards, 1987 

80

27

Personnel, check requisition form and time cards, 1987 Oct. – 1988 

80

28

Personnel, correspondence, etc., 1957, 1963, related to Joyce A. Brown 

80

29

Personnel, correspondence, form, etc., 1973-1986 

80

30

Personnel, correspondence, form, etc., 1986 

80

31

Personnel, correspondence, form, etc., 1987 

80

32

Staff lists and telephone directories, 1960s-1978 

80

33

Staff lists and telephone directories, 1982-1986 

80

34

Staff lists and telephone directories, 1992-1994 

80

35

Staff meeting (including nursing and home care/hospice), minutes, 1989-1990 

81

1

Steering Committee of the Long Range Development Program Planning Process, report to the Board of Trustees, 1975 Oct. 14 

81

2

Stevens, Lloyd, speeches, compliments from students, correspondence, clippings, 1968-1987 

81

3

Strategic Plan elements, 1982 

81

4

Study of the internal medicine residency program by Amicus, Inc., 1989 

81

5

“Study of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia and hospital and medical needs of metropolitan Philadelphia”, Survey conducted by Paul A. Lembcke, draft, [1954-1955] 

81

6

“Study of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia and hospital and medical needs of metropolitan Philadelphia”, Survey conducted by Paul A. Lembcke, 1955 Feb.- May 

81

7

Suit against Dr. Frederick Reichle, re vacating his lab equipment from the research building, 1989-1991 

81

8

Superintendent, correspondence, financial, 1924 

81

9

Superintendent, correspondence, mostly financial, 1925-1932 

82

1

Superintendent, notebooks, two, including copies of correspondence, 1920-1933 (1) 

82

2

Superintendent, notebooks, two, including copies of correspondence, 1920-1933 (2) 

82

3

Surgical Case Review Committee, minutes, 1990-1991 

82

4

Tickets, two, one for formal opening of the institution, [1872] July 1; one for the opening of the new pavilion ward, 1875 June 15 

82

5

Twelfth Decade Renewal Fund, 1979 

82

6

Unemployment bond, 1987-1988 

82

7

Unexpended restricted gifts to the campaign fund, list, 1954 Oct. 

82

8

Union, miscellaneous, 1980-1993 

82

9

University Apothecary, annual meeting of shareholders and organization meeting of Board of Directors, 1979 Oct. 16 

82

10

University Apothecary, corporate records and by-laws, 1978 

82

11

Volunteers, handbook and brochure, 1961 

82

12

 

Departments, 1887-1996 

Box

Folder

Cardio-vascular Research Lab 

Dog experiments, operative notebook, 1954 July- 1954 Nov. 

82

13

Dog experiments, operative notebook, 1955 Feb. – 1958 June 

82

14

Dog experiments, operative notebook, 1955 Feb. – 195[9] Jan. 

82

15

Dog experiments, operative notebook, 1957 March -1959 Feb. 

82

16

Isotope experiment, operative notebook, 1959 Nov.- 1960 April 

82

17

Prosthetic intra-cardiac valves project, operative notebook, 1956 July-1958 July 

82

18

Chaplain’s Department (Religious Department) 

Clinical Pastoral Education program, notes for a report and quotes of historical material, 1961-1968 

82

19

Prayers, counseling service, and Job quota, n.d. 

82

20

Report, 1962 June 7 

82

21

Department of Food Service and Nutrition, Diet Manual, 1978 

82

22

Department of Food Service and Nutrition, Diet Manual, 1978, Appendix 

82

23

Department of Medicine 

Administrator (Robert Hardin) file 

1992-1993 

82

24

1993 

83

1

Cardiac catheterization lab, 1986 

83

2

Correspondence to Executive Vice President for Finance (Richard Bennett), 1985-1988 

83

3

Correspondence to Executive Vice President (William T. Payne), 1986-1987 

83

4

Correspondence with Luann Trainer, 1990 

83

5

Correspondence, 1988-1989 

83

6

Correspondence, 1990 

83

7

Correspondence, incoming, 1986-1988 

83

8

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1985-1994 

83

9

Correspondence, outgoing, 1986 

83

10

Correspondence, outgoing, 1987 

83

11

Delaware Valley Medical Group Management Association, 1985-1991 

83

12

Department Head Meeting, 1989 

83

13

Department head meeting, 1992-1993 

83

14

Division of Psychiatry minutes, 1988-1991 

83

15

Heart Station, 1986 

83

16

Inter-office memos, incoming, 1985-1987 

83

17

Inter-office memos, outgoing, 1985-1988 

83

18

Inter-office memos, 1989 

83

19

Miscellaneous, 1990-1993 

83

20

OSHA (U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration) taskforce meetings, 1991 

83

21

Professional services management meeting, 1990-1993 

83

22

Safety education, 1991 

83

23

Space Committee, 1985-1987 

83

24

Space for the Rheumatology Office, 1987 

83

25

Staff meeting, 1991-1992 

83

26

Chief (Richard H. Helfant) file, correspondence, 1985 

83

27

Continuing medical education, 1988-1990 

83

28

Correspondence with American Board of Internal Medicine, 1986-1989 

83

29

Correspondence with American Board of Internal Medicine re critical care medicine training, 1986 

83

30

Departmental meeting, 1986-1987 

83

31

Departmental meeting, minutes, 1988-1989 

83

32

Executive Committee meeting, agenda and minutes, 1986-1988 

83

33

Grants for residency training in general internal medicine and general pediatrics, application kit, 1991 

83

34

Resident Evaluation Committee, 1985-1986 

83

35

Resident evaluation, 1986 

83

36

Department of Nursing Education and Research 

Continuing education 

Advanced cardiac life support provider course, 1991 Dec. 3 

83

37

Advanced cardiac life support provider course and recertification, 1992 May 

83

38

Advanced med-surgical 5-day course, 1991 March – April 

83

39

Advanced med-surgical course, 1992 March-April 

83

40

Basic 12-Lead ECG interpretation, 1991 June 4 

84

1

Basic Critical Care 10-day Course, 1991 Sept. – Oct. 

84

2

Basic Critical Care Course 

Day 1, 1991 April 22 

84

3

Day 2, 1991 April 23 

84

4

Day 3, 1991 April 24 

84

5

Day 4, 1991 April 25 

84

6

Day 5, 1991 April 26 

84

7

Day 6, 1991 May 8 

84

8

Day 7, 1991 May 9 

84

9

Day 8, 1991 May 10 

84

10

Basic ECG course, 1991 

84

11

Basic ECG interpretation course, 1991 Oct. 

84

12

Cardiology Conference, 1991 Jan. 31-Feb. 1 

84

13

Chemotherapy administration, 1992 May 19-20 

84

14

Chemotherapy administration, course reading, [1992] 

84

15

Chemotherapy administration, course offering, 1992 May 

84

16

Chemotherapy administration, course offering, 1992-1993 

84

17

Critical care course, 1992 spring 

84

18

Critical care course, 1992 Sept.-Oct. 

84

19

Critical care internship, 1992 

84

20

Critical Care Update, 1991 Sept. 25 

84

21

Education calendar, 1992 

84

22

Ethics in practice, 1992 July 

84

23

Extern program, 1992 

84

24

GPN internship and critical care assessment days, 1992 

84

25

Intra-aortic balloon pump course, 1991 March 19 

84

26

Intra-Aortic Balloon pumping, 1992 March 30 

84

27

Nutritional management-hyper-lipidemia and diabetes, proposal, 1992 March 

84

28

Perioperative care: cardiac surgery, 1992 June 

84

29

Preceptor workshop, 1991 April 17 

84

30

PTCA course, 1992 

84

31

SVO 2 monitoring, 1992 Dec. 

84

32

Teambuilding-delegation-communication workshop, 1992 April 

84

33

Weekend communication course, 1991 June 1 

84

34

Weekend delegation course, 1991 June 2 

84

35

Weekend teambuilding course, 1991 June 2 

84

36

Department of Nursing Services 

Administrative Manual 

1986, section I, administration 

84

37

1986, section II, personnel policies 

84

38

1986, section III, staff development 

84

39

1986, section IV, staffing policies 

84

40

1986, section V, patient care policies 

84

41

1986, section VI, nursing standards of care 

84

42

1986, section VII, committee structure and function 

84

43

1986, section VIII, safety and security 

84

44

1986, section IX, policies relating to pharmacy 

84

45

1986-1987, section I, administration 

84

46

1986-1987, section II, personnel policies 

84

47

1986-1987, section III, staff development 

84

48

1986-1987, section IV, staffing policies 

84

49

1986-1987, section V, patient care services 

84

50

1986-1987, section VI, committee structure and function 

84

51

1986-1987, section VII, safety and security 

84

52

1986-1987, section VIII, policies relating to pharmacy 

84

53

1988-1989 revised, section I, administration 

84

54

1988-1989 revised, section II, personnel 

84

55

1988-1989 revised, section III, education and research, list of items located in Nursing Education and Patient Care Coordinator Manuals 

84

56

1988-1989 revised, section IV, staffing 

84

57

1988-1989 revised, section V, job description (1) 

84

58

1988-1989 revised, section V, job description (2) 

84

59

1988-1989 revised, section VI, committee structure and function 

85

1

1989-1992, Tabs. A – B 

85

2

1989-1992, Tabs. C – D 

85

3

1989-1992, Tabs. E – L 

85

4

1989-1992, Tabs. M – P 

85

5

1989-1992, Tabs. Q – Z 

85

6

Section I, revised 1983-1985 

85

7

Section II, position descriptions, 1980-1985 

85

8

Section III, staff development, revised 1984 

85

9

Section IV, Staffing, revised 1982-1983 

85

10

Section V, patient care policies, revised 1983-1984 

85

11

Section VI and section VII, committee structure and function, revised 1982-1983 

85

12

Section VIII, safety and security, revised 1983 

85

13

Section IX, policies relating to pharmacy, 1982-1985 

85

14

Administrative memos, 1982 

85

15

Administrative memos, 1983-1985 January 

85

16

Administrative workshop, 1988 

85

17

Annual report summary, 1974 

85

18

Assistant Nurse Managers Meeting, 1988-1992 Jan. 

85

19

Blood and blood products, policy and procedure, 1987 

85

20

Blood Bank meeting, 1986-1988 

85

21

Blood Transfusion Committee, memos, 1982-1988 

85

22

Blood Transfusion Committee, minutes and agenda, 1986-1987 

85

23

Blood Transfusion Committee, minutes and agenda, 1988-1989 Feb. 

85

24

Clinical Ladder Committee, minutes, 1989-1990 

85

25

Clinical Ladder Manual, 1991 revised 

85

26

Clinical Policy and Procedure Committee, 1988-1992 

85

27

Clinical Policy and Procedure Committee, 1993-1995 

85

28

Clinical Specialist Meeting, 1987-1989 

85

29

Critical Care Committee, minutes, 1990 Jan. – July 

85

30

CUPP Operating Room, manual, section 1-3 

85

31

CUPP Operating Room, manual, section 4-7 

85

32

Department Head Meeting, minutes, 1991 Feb. – 1992 Jan. 

85

33

Discharge Planning Policy and Procedure, guideline manual by Gail W. Hardy Russ, 1988 

85

34

Education and research staff meeting, minutes, 1984-1988 

85

35

EPSCO The Program, nursing basic series, 1990-1991 

86

1

GI Lab, manual, 1989 

86

2

In-service attendance record, summary report 

1991 Jan. – March 

86

3

1991 April – June 

86

4

1991 July-September 

86

5

1991 Oct. – Dec. 

86

6

1992 Jan. – March 

86

7

1992 April – June 

86

8

1992 July 

86

9

1992 August 

86

10

1992 September 

86

11

1992 Oct.-Dec. 

86

12

1993 Jan. – March 

86

13

1993 April – June 

86

14

1993 July-September 

86

15

1993 Oct.-Dec. 

86

16

Management Control System manual prepared by Coopers and Lybrand, 1987 June 

86

17

Medical-Short Procedure Unit, polices and procedures, 1989 

86

18

Medical/surgical Divisional Meeting, 1988-1992 January 

86

19

Medication administration record, guidelines and forms, 1980 

86

20

Nurse Managers’ Meeting, 1985 (“Management Meeting” for this year) 

86

21

Nurse Managers’ Meeting, 1986 (“Management Meeting” for this year) 

86

22

Nurse Managers’ Meeting, 1987-1988 

86

23

Nurse Managers’ Meeting, 1990-1991 January 

86

24

Nursing administration policy and procedure manual, 1989 

I. Administration 

86

25

II. Personnel 

86

26

III, Education and Research, and IV. Staffing 

86

27

V. Position description (1st half) 

87

1

V. Position description (2nd half) 

87

2

VI. Committee structure and function 

87

3

Nursing Administrative Update Meeting, minutes, 1990-1992, with a memo of 1989 Aug. 1 

87

4

Nursing Education and Research, 1989-1990 

I, policy and procedure 

87

5

II, job description, orientation schedule, technical/clerical self assessment form, and nursing assistant orientation 

87

6

III. unit clerk orientation, junior volunteer, licensed practical nurses 

87

7

IV. Course description 

87

8

V. patient education 

87

9

Nursing Education meeting, 1991 May 1, minutes 

87

10

Nursing educatioin/Research 

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider Course, schedule, examination, and evaluation, 1988 

87

11

Advanced critical care course, evaluation, 1986-1988 

87

12

Advanced neurological topics, 1988 

87

13

Annual updates, 1987-1989 

87

14

Basic critical care courses 

Description and evaluation, 1979-[1981] 

87

15

Description and evaluation, 1986-1988 

87

16

1989, Test 

87

17

1990 

87

18

1990 April (I) 

87

19

1990 April (II) 

87

20

1990 April (III) 

87

21

1991-1992, I. calendar and certificate 

87

22

1991-1992, II. evaluation 

87

23

1991-1992, III. Pulmonary diseases 

87

24

1991-1992, IV. Cardiovascular diseases 

87

25

1991-1992, V. miscellaneous (1) 

87

26

1991-1992, V. miscellaneous (2) 

87

27

1991-1992, V. miscellaneous (3) 

87

28

Burn packet, 1988 

87

29

Cardiac pacemaker therapy module, 1988 

87

30

Continuous arteriovenous hemofiltration module, 1988 

87

31

Endocrine module, 1988 

87

32

Hematology/oncology module, 1988 

87

33

Hemodialysis course, 1989 

87

34

Internship classes, 1988 summer 

88

1

Intra-aortic Balloon Course, description and evaluation, 1988-1989 

88

2

Alterations in respiratory function, 1988 

88

3

Cardiovascular function, 1988 

88

4

ECG and electrical safety, 1988 

88

5

Gastrointestinal disorders, 1989 

88

6

Hemodynamic monitoring, 1988 

88

7

Neurological function, 1988-1989 

88

8

Psycho-social, 1988 

88

9

Renal function, 1988 

88

10

Shock module, 1988 

88

11

State board review and NCLEX review, 1991, attendance roster 

88

12

Telemetry Course, evaluation, 1988 

88

13

Telemetry Course, 1990 

88

14

Travenol management selection exercises, [1986] 

88

15

Nursing Ethics Committee, 1988-1989, minutes 

88

16

Nursing Quality Assurance Committee, 1990-1991 

88

17

Nursing Quality Assurance Manual, 1989, Tabs I-IV 

88

18

Nursing Quality Assurance Manual, 1989, Tabs V 

88

19

Nursing Quality Assurance Manual, 1989, Tabs VI-X 

88

20

Nursing Research Committee, 1987-1989 

88

21

Oncology Team meeting, 1987-1988 

88

22

Patient Care Associate Committee, minutes, 1990-1992 Jan. 

88

23

Patient Education Committee, 1989-1992 Jan. 

88

24

PBDS (Performance Based Development Systems) Risk management, exercises, 1988-1990 

(I) 

88

25

(II) 

88

26

(III) 

88

27

Policy and procedures 

Index cards, A – W, 1985, in an iron box 

88

28

1986-1988, Table of Contents 

89

1

1986-1988, Tab A – Tab C 

89

2

1986-1988, Tab D – Tab I 

89

3

1986-1988, Tab J – Tab O 

89

4

1986-1988, Tab P – Tab Z 

89

5

Policy and procedure manual 

1989, policy no. 1-2 

89

6

1989, policy no. 2-5 

89

7

1989, policy no. 5.006-5.013, 

89

8

1989, policy no. 5.014-5.016, 

89

9

1989, policy no. 5.018-5.021, 

89

10

1989, policy no. 5.022-5.025, 

89

11

1989, policy no. 5.026-5.042, 

89

12

1989, policy no. 5.043-5.053, 

89

13

1989, policy no. 5.055-6.002 

89

14

Policy and Procedures 

1989, Tab A – Tab C 

89

15

1989, Tab D – Tab I 

89

16

1989, Tab J – Tab P 

89

17

1989, Tab Q – Tab Z 

89

18

1989, Table of Contents 

89

19

1990-1992, Table of Contents 

89

20

1990-1992, Tab A – Tab C 

89

21

1990-1992, Tab D – Tab I 

89

22

1990-1992, Tab J – Tab P 

89

23

1990-1992, Tab Q – Tab Z 

89

24

Policy/Procedure Committee, correspondence, 1976-1985 

89

25

Policy/Procedure Committee, minutes, 1977-1982 

89

26

Policy/Procedure Committee, minutes, 1985-1989, with attendance sheets 

89

27

Policy/Procedure, inter-office memo, 1986-1989 

89

28

Post Anesthesia Recovery (PAR), manual, 1989 

89

29

Recruitment and Retention Committee, 1987-1988 

89

30

Renal Care, manual, 1989, Policy No. 1- 7 

89

31

Renal Care, manual, 1989, Policy No. 8 – 11 

89

32

Scheie Operating Room, manual, 1989 

90

1

Short Procedure Unit, policies and procedures, 1992 

90

2

Standard of Care and related policies and procedures, 1988, with attached memos and correspondence, 1990-1991 

90

3

Standards Committee Meeting, 1986-1989 

90

4

Surgical – Short Procedure Unit, Unit Specific, 1989 (I) 

90

5

Surgical – Short Procedure Unit, Unit Specific, 1989 (II) 

90

6

Unit specific manual, 1963-1981, with forms and guidelines 

90

7

Department of Occupational Health, Open House, 1992 

90

8

Emergency Department 

Care Committee, minutes, 1990-1991 

90

9

Policy Manual, 1989 

Section 1, I. Policy No. 1- 10 

90

10

Section 1, II. Policy No. 11- 20 

90

11

Section 1, III. Emergency procedures for medical emergencies involving radiation or radioactive material 

90

12

Section 1, IV. Policy No. 25, Safety Policies 

90

13

Section 2, Patient management guidelines 

90

14

Section 3, Unit Specific Nursing Policies and Procedures, Tab A – D 

90

15

Section 3, Unit Specific Nursing Policies and Procedures, Tab E – N 

90

16

Section 3, Unit Specific Nursing Policies and Procedures, Tab P – T 

90

17

Section 3.1, Unit Specific Nursing Policies and Procedures, Standard of Care, etc. 

90

18

Medical auxiliary 

Annual dinner dance, PMC 101st anniversary ball, and other activities, 1972-1982 

90

19

By-laws, [1982] 

90

20

By-laws, correspondence, and membership and officer listings, 1976-1991 

90

21

Correspondence, news clippings and membership list, 1971-1982 

90

22

Minutes and correspondence 

1957-1958 

90

23

1959-1960 

90

24

1966 

90

25

1967 

90

26

1968 

90

27

Minutes and financial reports 

1970-1972 

90

28

1973-1975 

90

29

1976-1978 

90

30

1979-1982 

90

31

1983-1986 

90

32

1987-1989 

90

33

Newsletters, 1980-1982 

90

34

Nursing School 

“Autobiography of a student nurse, 1925-1928” with a poem “The Perfect Nurse” by Florence I. Gass, 1926 

90

35

100th anniversary celebration, 1986-1987 

90

36

Address by Mr. Lewis Stevens on the 50th anniversary of the School of Nursing, [1937] 

90

37

Archival protocol reference, 1989-1991 

90

38

Brochure, 1953-1970 

91

1

Brochure, 1975-1987 

91

2

Bulletin of Information, 1913-1926 

91

3

Bulletin of Information, 1929-1953 

91

4

Certificate of appreciation for support, 1971-1972 

91

5

Class of 1921, a handwritten message read at a joint junior and senior party, 1921 Feb. 14 

91

6

Class of 1986 and Class of 1987 schedules, 1985-1986 

91

7

Clipped articles, 1971-1979 

91

8

Clipped articles, 1977-1982 

91

9

Clippings, 1974-1992 

91

10

Clippings, 1982-1983 

91

11

Commencement, programs, etc., 1919-1972 

91

12

Commencement, programs, etc., 1973-1993 

91

13

Conference report and mandatory faculty meeting, 1984-1985 

91

14

Correspondence, 1922-1978 

91

15

Correspondence, 1978-1989 

91

16

Correspondence, 1982-1985 

91

17

Correspondence, 1984-1986 

91

18

Correspondence, outgoing copy, 1983-1984 

91

19

Employment of graduates, 1970-1975 

91

20

Faculty and graduates (1891-1987), lists, two, 1987 

91

21

Faculty Manual, 1986-1987 

91

22

Freshman level math examination, 1983-1984 

91

23

Freshman level meeting, 1984-1985 

91

24

History material, 1964-1987 

91

25

History research material 

1890-1924 

91

26

1926-1939 

91

27

1940-1948 

91

28

1950-1959 

91

29

1962-1967 

91

30

1978-1993 

91

31

Information brochure, [1965] 

91

32

Internal correspondence, 1983-1986 

91

33

Junior level meeting, 1983, and senior level placement, 1986 

91

34

Learning Packages, 1980 

91

35

Level II meeting, 1984-1986 

91

36

List of graduates, 1887-1987, in celebrating 100 years of excellence in nursing education 

OS 1

6

List of graduates, 1891-1939 

91

37

Material re a student named Ella (Eleanor) Crowell, 1979 

91

38

Math Workshop and Examination II, 1984 

91

39

Notes and clippings by Lillian Brunner re history of the school, 1992 

91

40

Notice of acceptance, 1931 

91

41

Nursing Opportunities Meeting, report, 1971 Jan. 

91

42

Overview conservation survey for its archival collection, by Evelyn Frangakis, 1988 Jan. 28 

91

43

Paper by Carla J. Krasnick, “Participative management and its application in a nursing school faculty, [1984] 

91

44

Paper by John H. Moore, Jr., et al, on carcinoma of the thyroid, n.d. 

91

45

Pennsylvania Hospital brochures “Brief description of the nation’s first hospital and first medical library,” 1985 and “History of Nursing Museum,” 1991 

91

46

Personnel list, 1984-1985 

91

47

Policy, procedure, attendance list and other administrative material, 1983-1986 

91

48

Report of self-evaluation 

1968, I 

91

49

1968, II 

91

50

1968, III 

91

51

1968, IV 

91

52

1982, I 

91

53

1982, II 

91

54

1982, III 

92

1

1982, IV 

92

2

1982, V 

92

3

Room schedule, 1986 Sept.- Oct. 

92

4

Rules for the Nurses’ Home, 1920s? 

OS 1

7

Schedule calendar, 1986-1987 

92

5

Song Alma Mater, [1949] 

92

6

Student manual, [1940s] 

92

7

Student Manual, 1976-1982 

92

8

Student manual, 1980, and personnel policies for graduate nurses, 1970 and 1977 

92

9

Student Manual, 1984-1987 

92

10

Student notebook by Eleanor Hutchinson 1928 (1) 

92

11

Student notebook by Eleanor Hutchinson 1928 (2) 

92

12

Student notebook by Eleanor Hutchinson 1945 

92

13

Student notebook, by A.A. Milne, 1890 

92

14

Student Nurses’ Choir, clippings, 1973-1975 

92

15

Supply order/requisition form and billing report, 1984-1986 

92

16

Teaching correspondence, 1982-1986 

92

17

Teaching material 

[1931-1970] 

92

18

Course 102 “Assessing the health care system,” Winterim assignment, 1985 

92

19

Course 102 “Assessing the health care system,” team meeting, math assignments, exams, rotation schedule, 1982-1985 

92

20

Course 103 “Assessment and maintenance of homeostatic mechanisms,” syllabus and examination, 1983-1985 

92

21

Course 103 “Assessment and maintenance of homeostatic mechanisms,” exams, 1983-1984 

92

22

Course 104 “The Hospitalized Patient,” course description, syllabus and bibliography, 1982-1985 

92

23

Course 104 “The Hospitalized Patient,” assessment guide, paper objectives and evaluation, exams, 1983-1984 

92

24

Course N 101 “Adaptation throughout the life cycle,” assignments and exams, 1982-1984 

92

25

Course N 101 “Adaptation throughout the Life Cycle,” course description, guideline, bibliography, and exams, 1983-1985 

92

26

Course N 101 “Adaptation throughout the life cycle,” life crises scale, lab exercises, and study guide, 1982-1984 

92

27

Course N 101 “Adaptation throughout the life cycle,” Roster, team meeting, etc., 1983-1984 

92

28

Course N 101 “Adaptation throughout the Life Cycle,” syllabus and bibliography, 1984-1985 

92

29

Course N 102 “Assessing the health care system,” course description and syllabus1984-1985 

92

30

Course N 103 “Assessment and maintenance of homeostatic mechanisms,” procedure, Exam III, and newborn infant assessment, 1984 

92

31

Course N 103 “Assessment and maintenance of homeostatic mechanisms,” Roster, clinical schedule, team meetings, assessment terms, exams, 1983-1985 

92

32

Course N 103 “assessment in maintenance homeostatic mechanisms,” course description, 1983-1984 

92

33

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” clinical care, 1980-1986, with reference material 

92

34

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” course description and bibliography, 1985-1986 

92

35

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” description of various diseases, 1983-1985 

92

36

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” descriptive guide and syllabus, 1985-1986 

92

37

Course N 201, “Nursing Care of the Adult I,” examination, 1984-1985 

92

38

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” medication administration, 1981-1984 

92

39

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” miscellaneous, 1982-1985 

92

40

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” nursing history and physical assessment, 1984 

92

41

Course N 201, “Nursing Care of the Adult I,” orientation material, 1985 

92

42

Course N 201, “Nursing Care of the Adult I,” reference material, 1984 

92

43

Course N 201, “Nursing Care of the Adult I,” study guide, etc., 1982-1985 (I) 

93

1

Course N 201, “Nursing Care of the Adult I,” study guide, etc., 1982-1985 (II) 

93

2

Course N 201, “Nursing care of the adult I,” team meeting, 1984-1986 

93

3

Courses N 201 and N 202, syllabus, 1985-1986 

93

4

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal-Child Health,” 1983 

93

5

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal-Child Health,” final examination, 1983-1985 

93

6

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” evaluation on clinical practice in rotating clinical, 1981-1986 

93

7

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Exam I, 1983-1986 

93

8

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Exams II and III, 1984-1985 

93

9

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Exam IV, 1985 

93

10

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Exam V, 1985 

93

11

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Exam VI, 1985 

93

12

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” examination, 1985 

93

13

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” review test for normal maternity cycle, 1983-1986 

93

14

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” study guide, etc., 1984-1985 

93

15

Course N 202, “Stress adaptation in Maternal child health nursing,” Team Meeting, minutes, 1984-1986 

93

16

Course N 202, bibliography, 1985-1986 

93

17

Course N 202, clinical rotation, 1985-1987 

93

18

Course N 202, examination, 1983-1985 

93

19

Course N 202, final exam, 1983 

93

20

Course N 202, follow-through project and home visits evaluation, 1982-1985 

93

21

Course N 203, “Adaptation to psychological stress,” course description, syllabus, etc., 1984-1986 

93

22

Course N 203, clinical rotation, 1985-1986 

93

23

Course N 203, tests, 1983 

93

24

Course N 301 “Nursing leadership,” class assignments and examination I, 1986 

93

25

Course N 301 “Nursing leadership,” course description, syllabus and bibliography, 1985-1987 

93

26

Course N 301 “Nursing leadership,” descriptive guide, 1985 

93

27

Course N 302 “Nursing care of the adult II- acute,” course description, syllabus and bibliography, 1985-1987 

93

28

Course N 302 “Nursing care of the adult II- acute,” descriptive guide, 1982 

93

29

Course N 302 “Nursing care of the adult II- acute,” quiz, 1982 

93

30

Course N 303 “Nursing care of the adult II- Chronic,” course description, syllabus and bibliography, 1984-1987 

93

31

Course N 303 “Nursing care of the adult II- Chronic,” descriptive guide, 1985 

93

32

Level I-N101, guideline for formulating and writing nursing care plan, 1981 

93

33

medical-surgical nursing II, 1980-1985 

93

34

Words, concepts and glossary, 1984 

93

35

Work distribution list, 1984 

93

36

Nursing School, Alumnae (Alumni) Association 

Annual Report 

1919-1931 (Training School for Nurses) 

93

37

1932-1950 (School of Nursing) 

93

38

1956-1966 

93

39

1967-1976 

93

40

1977-1993 

93

41

Annual Report, duplicates 

1960, 1962 

94

1

1963-1964 

94

2

1965 

94

3

1966 

94

4

1967 

94

5

1968 

94

6

1969 

94

7

1970 

94

8

1971 

94

9

1972 

94

10

1973 

94

11

1974 

94

12

1975 

94

13

1976 

94

14

1977 

94

15

1978 

94

16

1980 

94

17

1981 

94

18

1982-1983 

94

19

1992-1993 

94

20

Annual Reports, incomplete, 1945-1975 

94

21

Budget, 1980-1987 

94

22

By-laws, 1983 May 

94

23

Charter and by-laws, 1911-1983 

94

24

Correspondence, 1964-1974 

94

25

Correspondence, 1975-1987 

94

26

Financial audit, 1926 

94

27

Newsletter and Bulletin, 1969-1975 

94

28

Nutrition and Dietetics, 1969 

94

29

Pathology and nuclear medicine, Blood bank, 1912-1965 

94

30

Pathology and nuclear medicine, forms, notes and reference materials, 1932-1959 

94

31

Personnel Department, Wage and salary program, 1968-1985 

94

32

Pharmacy, 1925-1960 

94

33

Philadelphia Heart Institute 

General materials, 1989-1993 

94

34

Presentations, publications, achievements and awards, 1994 

94

35

Protocol for investigating the Endotak Lead System, 1987 

94

36

Publications, two, 1990, 1995 

94

37

Researcher curriculum vitae, [1987] 

94

38

Physical Therapy, 1957 

94

39

Public Relations 

Annual report publishing 

1971 

94

40

1972-1974 (I), re annual report of 1972-1973 

94

41

1972-1974 (II), re annual report of 1972-1973 

94

42

1972-1974 (III), re annual report of 1972-1973, with Medical Staff lists 

94

43

1972-1974 (IV), re annual report of 1972-1973 

94

44

1972-1974 (V), re annual report of 1972-1973 

94

45

1972-1974 (VI), re annual report of 1972-1973 

94

46

1974, re annual report of 1973-1974 

94

47

1975, re annual report of 1974-1975 

94

48

1976 

94

49

1978 (I), re annual report of 1978 

94

50

1978 (II), re annual report of 1978 

95

1

1979 (I), re annual report of 1979 

95

2

1979 (II), re annual report of 1979 

95

3

1979 (III), re annual report of 1979 

95

4

1979 (IV), re annual report of 1979 

95

5

1979 (V), re annual report of 1979 

95

6

1980 (I), re annual report of 1980 

95

7

1980 (III), re annual report of 1980 

95

9

1980 (IV), re annual report of 1980 

95

10

Correspondence 

1971-1972 

95

11

1973-1974 

96

1

1975-1976 

96

2

1977 

96

3

1978 

96

4

1979 (I) 

96

5

1979 (II) 

96

6

1979 (III) 

96

7

1980 

96

8

1981 

97

1

1982 

97

2

1982-1983 

97

3

Editorial and photographic matters–correspondence and reference material 

1968-1983 (I) 

97

4

1968-1983 (II) 

97

5

1968-1983 (III) 

97

6

1968-1983 (IV) 

97

7

1968-1983 (V) 

97

8

Mailing and printing matters, 1978-1981 

97

9

Mailing and printing matters, 1981-1983 

97

10

Research Administration 

“Investigator’s brochure: MJ 1999 Sotalol,” by Bristol-Myers Company, 1983-1984 

98

1

“Orthocor II – Model 284A, annual progress report,” 1987 August 

98

2

“Orthocor II – Model 284A, annual progress report,” 1988 October 

98

3

“Preliminary long range planning document,” 1972 April 

98

4

“Protocol of the model par intraocular lens containing ultra violet absorber for submission to clinical investigators and investigational review committees,” by Domilens, Inc., [1988] 

98

5

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 1988-1989 

98

6

Applied Research Ethics National Association, Conference on PRIMandR (Public Responsibility In Medicine and Research), 1993 

98

7

Assurance of compliance with DHEW (Department of Health, Education and Welfare) regulations on protection of human subjects 

1971-1975 

98

8

1976-1977 

98

9

1978-1980 

98

10

1981-1985 

98

11

1986-1987 

98

12

Sample and PMC statement, 1981-1985 

98

13

Brochure “Research at Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia, ” [1990] 

98

14

Business Plans, summary, [1990] 

98

15

Chemical Hygiene Plan, draft, 1991, with reference material 

98

16

Correspondence from President I. Donald Snook, Jr., 1981-1983 

98

17

Correspondence from President I. Donald Snook, Jr., 1984-1990 

98

18

Correspondence re an invention disclosure and animal facilities improvement, 1987 

98

19

Correspondence re civil rights act HEW 441, 1966-1970 

98

20

Correspondence re Hulda McKay Estate funds, 1984-1985 

98

21

Correspondence re name change of PMC, 1990 

98

22

Correspondence with Scheie Eye Institute, 1992 

98

23

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1969-1990 

98

24

Cost Center 7501, department overhead data report, 1984-1986 

98

25

Cost Center 7501, financial correspondence, 1972-1975 

98

26

Cost Center 7501, financial correspondence, 1976-1977 

98

27

Cost Center 7501, financial correspondence, 1978-1981 

98

28

Financial data, 1969-1973 

98

29

Inter-office administrative memos, 1982-1985 

99

1

Medical Science Research Laboratory, facility log book, 1988-1992 

99

2

Medical Science Research Laboratory, facility log books, two, 1985-1986, 1986-1988 

99

3

Patent policy, 1980-1983 

99

4

Patent policy, clippings, 1967-1989 

99

5

Patent policy, correspondence, 1965-1984 

99

6

Patient’s right to refuse treatment, 1987 

99

7

Research Institute, reports, 1963-1969 

99

8

Research policy memo re association with the University of Pennsylvania, 1962 

99

9

Research Report, 1993, with semi-annual research report of Philadelphia Heart Institute of 1989 

99

10

Research Administration and Animal Colony 

Budget for fiscal year of 1981 

99

11

Budget for fiscal year of 1982 

99

12

Budget for fiscal year of 1983 

99

13

Budget for fiscal year of 1984 

99

14

Budget for fiscal year of 1985 

99

15

Budget for fiscal year of 1986 

99

16

Budget for fiscal year of 1987 

99

17

Budget for fiscal year of 1988 

99

18

Budget, miscellaneous, 1982-1985 

99

19

Research Institute 

Report, 1963-1965 

99

20

Ring-binder, 1961-1966 (Ernst O. Attinger file) 

99

21

Ring-binder, 1966-1968 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

22

Ring-binder, 1969-1970 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

23

Ring-binder, 1971 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

24

Ring-binder, 1972 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

25

Ring-binder, 1973 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

26

Ring-binder, 1974-1975 (Lorraine M. McGill file) 

99

27

Research Institute (Medical Sciences Research Laboratories) and Coronary Care Units, 1960-1992 

99

28

Scheie Eye Institute 

1968-1987 

100

1

1988-1993 

100

2

Beautification Committee, 1972-1982 

100

3

Case of Blanca Simon and I-125 implantable seeds 

1995-1996, correspondence, history, expert opinions, etc. 

100

4

1995-1996, FDA information sheets re Institutional Review Boards and clinical investigators 

100

5

1995-1996, patient records and physician correspondence 

100

6

1995-1996, relevant literature 

100

7

Charge of the University of Pennsylvania on the account of PMC Ophthalmology, 1973-1975 

100

8

Grant applications and a patent license agreement, 1973-1983 

100

9

School of Practical Nursing, brochure, n.d. 

100

10

 

History research files, 1844-1995 

Box

Folder

Histories and historical documents 

1871-1946 

100

11

1907 

100

12

1922-1965 

100

13

1971-1988 

100

14

Personal correspondence and materials of Ephraim Saunders and family, 1844-1909, with relevant research notes and correspondence 

100

15

History and charter, 1958 printed 

100

16

History Committee 

1982-1986 

100

17

1987 

100

18

1988 

100

19

1989 Feb.- May 

100

20

1989 June-Dec 

100

21

1990-1991 

100

22

1992 

100

23

1993-1994 

100

24

History/Archives Committee, Correspondence, 1992-1995, with historical material 

100

25

Notes and extracts 

100

26

II 

100

27

III 

100

28

IV 

100

29

100

30

Brunner book drafts, outlines and notes 

1986-1993 (I) 

100

31

1986-1993 (II) 

100

32

1986-1993 (III) 

100

33

1986-1993 (IV) 

100

34

1986-1993 (V) 

101

1

1986-1993 (VI) 

101

2

1986-1993 (VII) 

101

3

1986-1993 (VIII) 

101

4

1986-1993 (IX) 

101

5

1986-1993 (X) 

101

6

1986-1993 (XI) 

101

7

1986-1993 (XII) 

101

8

Brunner correspondence, etc. 

1973-1985 

101

9

1986-1987 

101

10

1988 

101

11

1989 

101

12

1990-1991 

101

13

1992 Jan.-May 

101

14

1992 June-Dec. 

102

1

1993 Jan. – Aug. 

102

2

1993 Aug. – Dec. 

102

3

1994 

102

4

Research materials 

1853-1871 

102

5

1872-1891 

102

6

1892-1894 

102

7

1895-1903 

102

8

1904-1907 

102

9

1908-1909 

102

10

1910-1914 

102

11

1915-1916 

103

1

1917-1921 

103

2

1922-1925 

103

3

1926-1931 

103

4

1933-1937 

103

5

1938-1941 

103

6

1942-1946 

103

7

1947-1951 

103

8

1952-1954 

103

9

1955-1957 

103

10

1958-1963 

103

11

1964-1965 

104

1

1966-1967 

104

2

1968-1969 

104

3

1970-1971 

104

4

1972-1976 

104

5

1977-1993 

104

6

From other repositories, 1979-1986 

104

7

From other repositories, 1988-1993 

104

8

Maps and aerial views, 1871-1990 

104

9

“The Presbyterian Hospital and its service to Philadelphia,” 1922 

105

1

Snook-VanDoren interview, 1995 

Preliminary notes 

105

2

Transcripts, parts 1-2, covering the period of 1981 -1982 June 

105

3

Transcripts, part 3, covering the period of 1982 June-1983 June 

105

4

Transcripts, parts 4-5, covering the period of 1983 July-1984 Dec. 

105

5

Transcripts, parts 6-7, covering the period of 1985-1988 

105

6

Transcripts, parts 8-9, covering the period of 1989-1992 

105

7

Transcripts, part 10, covering the period of 1993-1994 June 

105

8

Transcripts, part 11, covering the period of 1994 July – 1995 June 

105

9

Transcripts, parts 12-13, re Blue Cross and the University of Pennsylvania in the period of 1994-1995 

105

10

Index to interview tapes, 1995 Aug. – Dec. [tapes not seen] 

105

11

 

Reference materials, 1965-1982 

Box

Folder

Disorders, diseases and treatments 

1965-1982, addictive (drug and alcohol) 

105

12

1965-1982, arthritic 

105

13

1965-1982, blood (including anemia and liver diseases) 

105

14

1965-1982, cancer (I) 

105

15

1965-1982, cancer (II) 

105

16

1965-1982, cancer (III) 

105

17

1965-1982, cancer (IV) 

105

18

1965-1982, cardiovascular (I) 

105

19

1965-1982, cardiovascular (II) 

105

20

1965-1982, cardiovascular (III) 

105

21

1965-1982, diabetic 

105

22

1965-1982, domestic violence 

105

23

1965-1982, eye (I) 

105

24

1965-1982, eye (II) 

105

25

1965-1982, gastroenterological 

105

26

1965-1982, hearing (and other handicaps) 

105

27

1965-1982, high-blood pressure (I) 

105

28

1965-1982, high-blood pressure (II) 

105

29

1965-1982, kidney 

105

30

1965-1982, mental health 

106

1

1965-1982, neurological 

106

2

1965-1982, pulmonary 

106

3

1965-1982, reproductive and sexual 

106

4

1965-1982, sleep 

106

5

1965-1982, stress and tension 

106

6

General materials 

1965-1982, computerized scanners and x-rays 

106

7

1965-1982, costs and cost containment 

106

8

1965-1982, emergency resources and plans 

106

9

1965-1982, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) 

106

10

1965-1982, law 

106

11

1965-1982, nursing 

106

12

1965-1982, nutrition and preventive medicine (I) 

106

13

1965-1982, nutrition and preventive medicine (II) 

106

14

1965-1982, smoking (I) 

106

15

1965-1982, smoking (II) 

106

16

1965-1982, smoking (III) 

107

1

1965-1982, various subjects 

107

2

 

Publications, 1876-1912 

Box

Folder

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article reprints, 1876-1880 

139

1

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article reprints, 1881-1885 

139

2

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article reprints, 1886-1890 

139

3

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article reprints, 1891-1900 

139

4

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article reprints, 1901-1912 

139

5

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article in Presbyterian Hospital Annual Report, 1891 

139

6

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, article in The Intercollegiate Medical Journal, 1898 

139

7

Allis, Oscar H. Allis, “Allis’ improved ether inhaler,” etc., undated 

139

8

Kurtz, C.E., article reprint, 1892 

139

9

Wood, Horatio C., article reprint, [1890] 

139

10

Lehigh Valley Medical Magazine, 1897 July 

139

11

Leland Stanford Junion University Bulletin, Department of Medicine annual announcement, 1911-1912 

139

12

Medical Notes and Queries, 1909, Vol. IV, No. 12 

139

13

 

Publications, 1924-1996 

Box

Folder

Books by PMC staff and associates 

Brinton, Mary William, My cap and my cape: an autobiography, 1950 

107

3

Burns, David D., Ten days to self-esteem, 1993 

107

4

Meltzer, Lawrence E., et al, Concepts and practices of intensive care for nurse specialists, 1969 

107

5

Meltzer, Lawrence E., et al, Intensive coronary care: a manual for nurses, 4th ed., 1983 

107

6

Meltzer, Lawrence E., et al, Textbook of coronary care, 1972 

107

7

Snook, I. Donald, Jr. and Edita M. Kaye, Guide to health care joint ventures, 1987 

107

8

Snook, I. Donald, Jr. and Martha Ann Douds, ed., How to plan for, start up and manage a hotel hospital, 1986 

107

9

Snook, I. Donald, Jr., Building a winning medical staff, 1984 

107

10

Snook, I. Donald, Jr., et al, Using hospital space profitably, 1987 

107

11

Snook, I. Donald, Jr., Opportunities in hospital administration careers, 1988 

107

12

Zulker, William Allen, John Wanamaker: king of merchants, 1993 

107

13

Brochure “More options in nursing,” n.d. 

107

14

Brochure, [1968] 

107

15

Brochure, two, one of Eliza Cathcart Home (100th year anniversary), [1993], and one of Presby View, Vol. 5, No.2 

107

16

Brochure, Volunteers, three, n.d. 

107

17

Brochures and other miscellaneous publications, 1954-1993 

107

18

Brochures, [1954]-[1974] 

107

19

Brochures, three, [1990s] 

107

20

Bulletin 

1969-1973 

108

1

1974 

108

2

1975 

108

3

1976-1977 

108

4

1978-1979 

108

5

1980-1981 

108

6

1982 

108

7

1983 

108

8

1984 

108

9

1985 

108

10

Centennial commemorative publication, 1971, copy 1 

108

11

Centennial commemorative publication, 1971, copy 2 

108

12

Center Post (Medical Center News) 

1966 December – 1967 March (Vol. 1, Number 1-Vol. 1, No. 4) 

108

13

1967 April – 1969 

108

14

1970-1971 

109

1

1972 

109

2

1973 

109

3

Vol. 1 (new format), No. 1, 1974 April 

109

4

Vol. 1, No. 2, 1974 May 

109

5

Vol. 1, No. 3, 1974 summer 

109

6

Vol. 1, No. 4, 1974 Sept. 

109

7

Vol. 1, No. 5, 1974 Oct./Nov. 

109

8

Vol. 1, No. 6, 1974 Dec. – 1975 January 

109

9

Vol. 1, No. 7, 1975 February 

109

10

Vol. 1, No. 8, 1975 Spring 

109

11

Vol. 2, No. 1, 1975 August 

109

12

Vol. 2, No. 2, 1975 fall, special issue 

109

13

Vol. 2, No. 3, 1976 Jan. 

109

14

Vol. 2, No. 4, 1976 Feb.-March 

109

15

Vol. 3, No. 1, 1976 April – May 

110

1

Vol. 3, No. 2, 1976 summer 

110

2

Vol. 4, No. 1, 1977 March 

110

3

Vol. 4, No. 2 

110

4

Vol. 4, No. 3 

110

5

Vol. 4, No. 4 

110

6

Vol. 4, No. 5 

110

7

Vol. 5, No. 1-2, 1978 Feb. – 1978 May 

110

8

Vol. 5, No. 3, 1978 June-August 

110

9

Vol. 5, No. 4, 1978 Sept.- Oct. 

110

10

Vol. 5, No. 5, 1978 Nov.- Dec. 

110

11

Vol. 6, No. 1-2, !979 Jan. – April 

110

12

Vol. 6, No. 3, 1979 May-June 

110

13

Vol. 6, No. 4, 1979 July-Aug. 

110

14

Vol. 6, No. 5, 1979 Sept.-Oct. 

110

15

Vol. 6, No. 6, 1979 Nov. -Dec. 

110

16

Vol. 7, No. 1, 1980 Jan. – Feb. 

110

17

Vol. 7, No. 2, 1980 March-April 

110

18

Vol. 7, No. 3, 1980 May-June 

110

19

Vol. 7, No. 4, 1980 July-August 

110

20

Vol. 7, No. 5, 1980 Sept.-Oct. 

110

21

Vol. 7, No. 6, 1980 Nov.-Dec. 

110

22

Vol. 8, No. 1, 1981 Jan.-Feb. 

110

23

Vol. 8, No. 2, 1981 March-April 

110

24

Vol. 8, No. 3, 1981 May-June 

110

25

Vol. 8, No. 4, 1981 July- August 

110

26

Vol. 8, No. 5, 1981 Sept.-Oct. 

110

27

Vol. 9, No. 2, 1982 Jan.-March 

110

28

Vol. 9, No. 3, 1982 July-August. 

110

29

1982 Fall 

110

30

Vol. 10, No. 1, 1984 Jan./Feb./March 

110

31

Insights, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1979 Nov. 

110

32

Medical Center Post, 1967-1969, Vol. 1-Vol. 3 

110

33

Medical Center Post, 1969-1971, Vol. 4-Vol. 5 

110

34

Medical Forum, 1979 May-1981 January 

110

35

Nursing School, 100th anniversary celebration publication Celebrating 100 years of excellence in nursing education, 1987 May, 2 copies 

110

36

Nursing School, yearbook 

1924 (“The Nurses Record of the Graduating Class of the Presbyterian Hospital”) 

110

37

1938 (“Caduceus”) 

110

38

1939 

110

39

1941 

110

40

1942 

110

41

1956 

110

42

1956 (Caduceus), 2nd copy 

110

43

1957 (Ten Pins) 

110

44

1957 (Ten Pins), 2nd copy 

110

45

1957 (Ten Pins), 3rd copy 

110

46

1958 

111

1

1958, 2nd copy 

111

2

1958, 3rd copy 

111

3

1959 

111

4

1960 

111

5

1961 

111

6

1962 

111

7

1963 

111

8

1964 

111

9

1964, 2nd copy 

111

10

1965 

111

11

1966 (Ten Pins) 

111

12

1967 

111

13

1968 

111

14

1969 

111

15

1970 

111

16

1971 

111

17

1972 

111

18

1973 

111

19

1974 

111

20

1975 

112

1

1976 

112

2

1977 (“Memories”) 

112

3

1978 

112

4

1979 

112

5

1980 

112

6

1981 

112

7

1982 

112

8

1983 

112

9

1985 

112

10

1986 

112

11

1986, 2nd copy 

112

12

1987 

112

13

Nursing School, yearbook notes by L. S. Brunner 

112

14

Pamphlet Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, The, 1931 May, about the new private patient building 

112

15

Presby Dental Newsletter, 1989 Fall 

112

16

Presby News 

1968 September-1974 February 

112

17

1968-1970 

112

18

1971 

112

19

1972 

112

20

1973 

112

21

1974 

112

22

Presby Nursing Network, 1989, two issues 

112

23

Presby Pride, 1992 Fall – 1993 Winter 

112

24

Presby Today, 1986 second quarter-1993 spring 

112

25

Presby Today, 1993 spring – 1994/1995 winter 

OS 1

8

Presby View 

Vol. 1, No. 1-4 

112

26

Vol. 2 

112

27

Vol. 3 

112

28

Vol. 4 

112

29

Vol. 5 

112

30

Vol. 6 

112

31

Vol. 7, 1975 

112

32

PresbyReport, 1994-1995 

112

33

Presbyterian Hospital “Messenger,” The, 1941 May- 1942 May 

112

34

Presbyterian’s Nursing Network, 1987-1990 

112

35

Presbyterian’s Nursing Network, 1987 January-1993 spring 

112

36

Presbyterian’s Nursing Network, 1992-1993 

112

37

Providence: a history of Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, edited by Kathryn Ruck and I. Donald Snook, Jr., 1996 

112

38

Published articles on nursing, 1988-1993 

112

39

Report to our donors, 1986 

112

40

Scheie Eye Institute, Viewpoints, 1974 

112

41

School of Practical Nursing, yearbook, 1967 (Echo) 

112

42

School of Practical Nursing, yearbook, 1968 (Echo), two copies 

112

43

School of Practical Nursing, yearbook, Log, 1970, two copies 

112

44

Thermometer, 1953-1966 

113

1

Update, 1980-1981 

113

2

View, Vol. 1, No. 3, n.d. 

113

3

Yearbook, 1941, 1970, photocopy pages re front entrance and war time 

113

4

 

Photographs, negatives, slides, etc., 1860-1997 

Box

Folder

Photo prints 

“Framed Photographs,” I, ca. 1891, Beale(J. Harvey), Converse(J. H. ), Dingle(John H.), Gest(John B.), Hipple(F. K.), Huey(Samuel B.), Hutton(William), Jennings(W. Beatty), Magee(J. J.), Miller(W. H.), Paul(Henry N., Sr.), Williams(E. H.) 

113

5

“Framed Photographs,” II, ca. 1902-1905, Blackburn(Albert B.), Foulkrod(Colin), Pemberton(Ralph), Pfeiffer(Dorman B.), Thorington(James), Wilson(Robert N.), Woods(Richard P.) 

113

6

“Framed Photographs,” III, ca. 1902-1905, Burr(Charles W.), Hamill(Samuel McClintock), Jopson(John H.), Rodman(William L.), Stout(George C.), Talley(James E.) 

113

7

“George Washington Taking Communion in Morristown,” a painting of 1991 belonging to the First Presbyterian Church at Morristown, New Jersey 

113

8

1971 annual report, two images of polytome X-ray tracings 

OS 1

9

1992 construction, 33 interior, by Vantage View, Inc. 

113

9

1992 construction, 77 exterior, by Vantage View, Inc. 

113

10

Addiction treatment center, “Turnabout,” 1985-1986 

113

11

Administration Building, (original, with damaged edges) 1901 

OS 1

10

Aerial view of the hospital and 24th ward, ca. 1960-1975 

OS 1

11

Annual report publicity, 1979, 1980 

114

1

Biennial annual report, 1972-1973, three photographs (Myrin Pavilion exterior, Scheie Eye Institute interior, 3910 Building exterior, and laboratories and research) 

OS 1

12

Blood pressure measuring, miscellaneous tests, and intravenous work., 1970-1980 

114

2

Board of Trustees, 1922-1967 

114

3

Board of Trustees, portrait [1890] 

A-C 

114

4

G-L 

114

5

M-N 

114

6

O-W 

114

7

Buildings and grounds 

[1930s]-1980 

114

8

1955-[1960s] 

114

9

3910 Building, (interns’ and residents’ building), exterior and interior, [1970], 1980 

114

10

Administration Building, 1901-1960s 

114

11

Chapel in the New Presbyterian Hospital, n.d. 

OS 1

13

Children Ward, 1911-1954 

114

12

Children Ward, interior, 1910-1942 

114

13

Cupp Pavilion, construction, 1980-1981 

114

14

Cupp Pavilion, dedication, a lift-off event, 1980 

114

15

Cupp Pavilion, dedication, tree-lighting ceremony, 1981 

114

16

Cupp Pavilion, dedication, VIP tours and reception, 1981 

114

17

Cupp Pavilion, exterior and interior, 1983 

114

18

Cupp Pavilion, opening ceremony, 1982 

114

19

Dispensary Building, 1895, 1978 

114

20

equipment (including a reprint of “horse-drawn ambulance” of 1896), 1896-1980 

114

21

Maternity House, 1905 

114

22

Myrin, Mabel Pew, Pavilion, exteriors, ca. 1971-1972 (formerly Ambulatory Services Pavilion) 

114

23

Nurses’ Home (Mutch Student Nurses’ Residence), exterior and interior, 1953-1956, 1972 

114

24

Nurses’ Home (Mutch Student Nurses’ Residence), exteriors, 1970 

OS 1

14

Saunders House, [1860-1994] 

114

25

Scheie Eye Institute, 1972, 1982 

114

26

Smoke stack and steam plant, exteriors, ca. 1948-1950 

114

27

Surgical and medical wards (including Dulles, Kennedy and Kortwright Wards), 1899-1930 

114

28

Surgical ward, interiors, 1902, 1910 

114

29

Unidentified buildings, [1900] 

114

30

Wright Wing, 1978, including a photo of Institute of Gastroenterology, ca. 1972 

114

31

Buildings, n.d. 

114

32

Campaign Opening Dinner at Ben Franklin Hotel, 1925 April 16 

OS 1

15

Cathcart Home, 1901 

OS 1

16

Cathcart Home, exterior and interior, 1901- ca. 1968 

114

33

Chaplaincy, 1968-1970 

114

34

Cherry Hill Medical Arts Building, [1984] 

114

35

Children in pediatrics, 1979 

114

36

Children’s Ward, exteriors, 1901 

1

17

Clinical work, miscellaneous, 1941-1981 

114

37

Color photograph of Paul J. Cupp (Chairman, 1955-1967), by Fabian Bachrach 

 OS 13

 

Commemorative album “Annie Lloyd Davies 50th anniversary dinner,” 1968 

114

38

Community services and activities, 1972-1980 

114

39

Coronary and other clinical tests, 1972, 1979 

114

40

Courtland Center for Continuing Care, [1987] 

114

41

Cupp Pavilion dedication, 1981, 8″ x 10″ 

114

42

Cupp Pavilion dedication, 1981, contact sheets and films 

114

43

Cupp Pavilion dedication, 1981, snapshots, 3″ x 5″, with negatives 

114

44

Department of Pastoral Care and Education 

Clinical Pastoral Education program, photo album 

1967 summer to 1975 summer 

114

45

1975 fall – 1980 summer 

114

46

1980 fall – 1987 summer 

114

47

1988 summer-1992 

114

48

Photographs and slides, [1986] 

114

49

Dietary and nutrition, 3′ x 5′, 1980 

114

50

Dietary and nutrition, 8′ x 10′ 

114

51

Dietary and nutrition, contact sheets, 1986 

114

52

Dietary, 1940s-1980, (one photograph and contact sheets) 

115

1

Dispensary- Laboratory Building, exteriors, 1901 

OS 1

18

Environmental services, 1981 

115

2

Environmental services, 1984-1987 

115

3

Ephraim Saunders award, 1968-1988 

115

4

Events 

Annual meeting, 1979, 1983 

115

5

Blood drive, 1980 

115

6

Christmas celebrations, 1980-1983 

115

7

Dedication and ground-breaking 1922 (reprint)-1983 

115

8

Disaster rehearsals, 1980 

115

9

Employee recognition, 1973-1983 

115

10

Environmental Services Week, 1983 

115

11

Ethnic food fair and health fair, 1980, 1983 

115

12

Fairs and social 1979-1980 

115

13

Fund-raising, 1979 (including “Modernization” and Cupp campaigns) 

115

14

Instructional conferences and workshops, 1978-1983 

115

15

Ladies Aid Society, 1980-1983 

115

16

Martin Luther King Day celebrations, 1980-1984 

115

17

Medical Auxiliary, 1979, 1983 

115

18

Medical staff parties and outings, 1991-1993 

115

19

National Hospital Week, 1979-1980 

115

20

Nursing and nursing student, “Lucky Health Day,” 1981 

115

21

Nursing and nursing student, capping, (class of 1981) 

115

22

Nursing and nursing student, Community services, 1978-1982 

115

23

Nursing and nursing student, Graduations, class of 1967 

OS 1

19

Nursing and nursing student, Graduations, mid 1921-1984 (classes of 1951-1952, 1969, 1979-1982 and 1984, graduation from both the RN and LPN schools) 

115

24

Nursing and nursing student, Special 1978-1982 

115

25

Other special events (emergency heart patients flown in, Hugh Herr arrival, and Juggernaut String Band), 1980-1982 

115

26

Receptions, 1982- ca. 1989 (including one for Harold Scheie) 

115

27

Retirement celebrations, 1950-1972 

115

28

Special celebrations and conferences, 1979-1982 

115

29

United Fund/ Way campaigns, 1980-1983 

115

30

Volunteer recognition celebrations, 1979-1983 

115

31

Filippino nurses, 1979 

115

32

Fitness lab, 1984 

115

33

General exteriors, three, 1 print, 1 positive and 1 negative transparencies, n.d. 

OS 1

20

Historical 

Atwood, John, with fire lieutenant, n.d. 

115

34

Children Ward, 1888; labs interiors; New Laboratory and Dispensary Building corner-stoned, 1922, etc., 

115

35

Pathology lab, etc., staff, exteriors and interiors, n.d., with a note from William W. Osborne, 1997 Feb. 18 

115

36

PMC history book 

Original photos, (I), [1927-1978] 

115

37

Original photos, (II), [1945-?] 

115

38

Original photos, (III), [1950-1989] 

115

39

Photo reprints, (I), [1862-?] 

115

40

Photo reprints, (II), [1922-1980] 

115

41

Photo reprints, (III), n.d. 

115

42

Wanamaker, John, n.d. 

115

43

History project, 1927-[1969], I 

115

44

History project, 1927-[1969], II 

115

45

Hospice, laundry and maintenance, 1981 

115

46

Hospice, photographs and slides, n.d. 

115

47

HotelHospital, 1984-1991 

115

48

HotelHospital, 3 x 5″, n.d. 

115

49

HotelHospital, Charts, n.d. 

115

50

HotelHospital, Contact sheets, 1985 

115

51

HotelHospital, Facilities, n.d. 

115

52

House staff, 1949-1984 

115

53

House Staff (Residents, Fellows and Interns), pictures 

1968-1973 

115

54

1973-1975 

115

55

1980-1981 

115

56

1981-1982 

115

57

1982-1983 

115

58

1983-1984 

115

59

1984-1985 

115

60

1985-1986 

115

61

1986-1987 

115

62

House staff, contact sheets, 1973 

115

63

Household Staff, 1901 

OS 3

1

ICU (Intensive Care Unit), 1969-1982 

115

64

Individuals 

Abrams (Jeff, 1993) , Allis (Oscar, ca. 1900), Arias (Marge, 1979), Ashley (Bill), Atwood (John C., ca. 1950) 

116

1

Bailey (1980), Bauer (1983), Bautista (1980), Birdsall (Mrs., 1953), Boselli (1991-1993), Brake (1980), Brewer (1980), Britan (1949-1952), Brown (1970), Brunner (1979), Buchanan (1950), Burnett (1901), Burnham (1983), Butcher (Mrs., 1979), Butler (1978) 

116

2

Cabezon (Mike, 1993), Cabrey (Loretta, 1970s), Carreon (Adrian, 1993), Cassedy (George, 1982), Chamblin (William, 1969), Charles (Jean, ca. 1950), Chu (Alex, 1993) 

116

3

Cleveland (Arthur, 1901), Clothier (John, 1950), Conover (Constance Joy, ca. 1983), Crown (Marge, 1979), Cupp (Paul and Louise), Curtin (R. G., 1901) 

116

4

Danish (Anne), Davis (Gilda, 1982), DeArment (Daniel, ca. 1968), Deppert (Eric), D’Oragio (Leo, 1982-1983), Duer (Edward) 

116

5

Eliason (E., ca. 1940), Farquhar (John, 1972-1973), Feinsmith (N., 1991-1992), Fenton (Brad, 1991-1992), Foster (Becky, 1979), Foulkes (R., ca. 1950), Frey (D., 1975), Frost (S., ca. 1979), Fry (E., 1979) 

116

6

Ginsberg (Stu, 1983), Girvin (John?), Dr. Glover, Good (Sophie, 1983), Graham (Stanley, 1979) 

116

7

Hankele (E.), Hannum (Ms.), Harold (Mary), Helfant (R., 1983), Henderson (Steve, 1979), Herrera (A., 1972), Holl (B., 1993), Holmes (O. Wendell, ca. 1860), Hughes (W., ca. 1900), Hushion (Dr., 1983) 

116

8

Hodge, Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, ca. 1890 

OS 2

1

Iddenden (David, 1981), Irvin (Douglas, 1980), Iwata (Miki, 1962), Jackson (Beth, ca. 1975), Jackson (Pearleen, 1979), Jennings (Richard, 1979), Jones (J. Albright, ca. 1920), Jordan (Elizabeth, 1972), 

116

9

Kass (Gail, 1981?), Katz (Warren, 1993), Kean (Manny), Kline (Nancy), Klineburger (Alfred, 1979), Kling (Vincent, 1980), Konakanchi (Anu, 1993) 

116

10

Laborda (Oscar, 1981), Langmuir (Susan, 1978), LaRiccia (Pat, 1991-1992), Laudeback (Arthur), Leader (Helen, ca. 1950), Linnard (Margaretta, 1950), Lloyd (Donald, 1971), Lufkin (Janice, 1962), Lutz (Ruth Ann, 1969-1970) 

116

11

Maghen (Khalil, 1978), McAlpine (Don, 1993), McCarroll (Annie, 1979), Mrs. McCracken, Meachum (Alberta, 1972), Meltzer (Lawrence, ca. 1965), Michl (Joan, 1932) 

116

12

Masters, William, (Chairman of the Board), [1965-1970] 

OS 2

2

Miller (Ann, 1993), Mitchell (S. Weir, 1901), Money (Ed, 1980), Morgan (Mary Ann, 1979-1980), Mosher (Carl), Musser (John, 1901), Mutch (Andrew, 1930s-1960s), 

116

13

Musgrave, George W., ca. 1872 (daguerreotype) 

OS 2

3

Mutch, Andrew, [1945?] 

OS 2

4

O’Brien (Joe, 1982), O’Dell (James, 1989), Oliver (Charles, 1901), Orner (Margaret, 1979) 

116

14

Painter (Sandy), Palczewski (Joyce, 1979), Palmer (Susanne, 1980), Payne (William, ca. 1910), Pinneo (Rose), Porter (William, ca. 1900), Quigg (Benjamin, 1989) 

116

15

Patton, William?, ca. 1910 

OS 3

2

Paul, Henry, ca. 1935 

OS 2

5

Radcliffe (Richard, 1979), Reed (Elsie, 1980), Reichle (Frederick, 1980-1982), Reidnour (Jean, 1952), Reis (Ed, 1993), Reuben (Shalini, 1993) 

116

16

Robinson (Mary, 1941), Roth (James, 1969), Rouse (George, 1964), Russell (Frances) 

116

17

Sailor (Joseph, 1900), Sanchez (Joe, 1982), Sarapelli (Leela, 1993), Scheie (Harold, 1978-1980), Schmidt 

116

18

Shoemaker, (George, 1911), Shrager (Morton, 1982), Simmons (Gordon), Silverman (Michael, 1991-1992), Silverstein (Julie, 1993) 

116

19

Snook (I. Donald, Jr.) and his family, 1981-1983 

116

20

Steele, J. (Dutton, 1910), Sterling (June), Stevens (Eleanor VanDyke, 1965?), Stevens, (Lewis, ca. 1940), Stevens (Lloyd) 

116

21

Strawbridge (George, 1901), Stryker (Samuel, 1901), Sullivan (Catherine, 1983), Sutton (I. Leslie?, 1936), Sweeny (John, 1983) 

116

22

Talus (Bruce, 1982), Thompson (Margaret), Trajkovic (Snezana, 1993), Trout, (Robert), Troutman (Elizabeth, 1950-1951), Tzamas (Chris, 1978), Umeda, Ungrady (Joe), VanDersteen (Mabel, 1991-1992), Vigilante (Gary, 1993) 

116

23

Unidentified and undated 

OS 2

6

Warford (?), Wentz (Mrs. Clarkson, 1971), Wharton (Henry, 1901), White (Peter, 1980),Willard (DeForest, 1911) 

116

24

Wolf (Jean, 1979), Woods (D. Flavel, 1901), Wright, (A.K., ca. 1950), Wright (Gary) 

116

25

Xenachis (Dan, 1993), Yancey (Gerald, 1981), Yin (Chan, 1982), Zacharias (Leo, 1993), Zweiback (Dave, 1993) 

116

26

Institute of Gastroenterology, 1965-1989, I 

116

27

Institute of Gastroenterology, 1965-1989, II 

116

28

Institute of Gastroenterology, 1965-1989, III 

116

29

Laboratories and research, ca. 1920- ca. 1980 

116

30

Ladies Aid Society, Fashion show, 3 x 5″, 1985 

116

31

Ladies Aid Society, Fashion show, 8 x 10″, 1972-1975 

116

32

Ladies Aid Society, Fashion show, contact sheets, 1972-1976 

116

33

Laser treatment, n.d. 

116

34

Medical Auxiliary 

101st Anniversary Ball, 1972 

116

35

Art Show, 1975, 1976, 1979 (?) 

116

36

Dinner Dance 

1973 

116

37

1975 

116

38

1976-1977 

116

39

1980-1981 

116

40

1982-1987 

116

41

Doctor’s Day, 1975 March 

116

42

Employee recognition, 1974 

116

43

General, 1955-[1974] 

116

44

Interns party, 1975 Oct. 

116

45

Nursing Tea, 1975 April 

116

46

Medical conditions of two cases, 1925, 1970 

116

47

Medical education, 1973-1978 

116

48

Medical education, 1983-1987 

116

49

Medical, gall bladder drain, 1929-1932 

116

50

Medical records, 1980 

116

51

MediFit centers (Cherry Hill and other sites), exterior and interior, 1983, 1986 

116

52

MediFit of America facilities, [1988-1989] 

116

53

Men’s surgical ward, 1901 

OS 2

7

Midwifery, 1979 

116

54

Miscellaneous, 1973-1984 

116

55

New Hampshire scenery and one small photo of West Point, 1933 

116

56

Night/evening story, 1979 

116

57

Nursing and nursing student, graduation, class of 1919 

OS 2

8

Nursing homes, [1970s] 

116

58

Nursing homes, 1983-1986 

116

59

Nursing School 

50th anniversary, 1939 May 20 

OS 2

9

basketball team, mid 1920s-1956 

116

60

Brown, Mary Ellen, 1950s 

116

61

Class pictures 

Class of 1920 

OS 2

10

Class of 1925 

116

62

Class of 1926 

OS 2

11

Class of 1928 

OS 2

12

Class of 1930, 1931, 1932 

OS 2

13

Class of 1937, 46th reunion in 1983 

116

63

Class of 1940s 

116

64

Class of 1941 

OS 2

14

Class of 1943 

116

65

Class of 1945 

OS 2

15

Class of 1946 

OS 2

16

Class of 1950s 

116

66

Class of 1955? 

116

67

Class of 1956 

116

68

Class of 1957, with capping picture of 1955 

116

69

Class of 1958 

116

70

Class of 1958? with capping picture of 1956 

116

71

Class of 1959 

116

72

Class of 1960 

OS 2

17

Class of 1961 

OS 2

18

Class of 1962 

OS 2

19

Class of 1963 

OS 2

20

Class of 1964 

OS 2

21

Class of 1965 

OS 2

22

Class of 1966 

OS 2

23

Class of 1967 

OS 2

24

Class of 1968 

116

73

Class of 1969 

116

74

Class of early 1960s ? 

116

75

Class of 1970 

116

76

Class of 1971, 1972, 1973 

116

77

Class of 1974 

OS 2

25

Class of 1978, 1979 

116

78

Class of 1982, 1983 

116

79

Class of 1986 

116

80

Class of 1987 

116

81

Craig, Mrs., 1967-1972 

116

82

Davies, Annie Lloyd, 1960s 

116

83

Eden, Mary Close, in late 1920s 

117

1

Eye comfort training equipment, [1945-?] 

117

2

Group pictures, 1952-1977 

117

3

Individual photos 

1919-[1930s] 

117

4

1940s-1950s 

117

5

1960s 

117

6

1970s 

117

7

1971 

117

8

Instructional, 1929-1950s 

117

9

Lewis Building, 1925-1960s 

117

10

Mclanson, Ann, 1963-1967 

117

11

Milne, Carolene, 1915-1926 

117

12

Miscellaneous, 1929-1971 

117

13

Mutch Nurses Residence, 1957-1967 

117

14

Nurse sculpture, 1989 

117

15

Nurses Home (Hogg Building), [1940s]-1967 

117

16

Pediatrics, 1967 

117

17

PMC and nursing display in Gimbels Department Store and other exhibits, 1930s-1980s 

117

18

Private Patient Building, exterior and interior, with the diet kitchen, mid 1930s 

117

19

Richards, Dorothy, demonstrating needle work of cap making, 1950 

117

20

n.d., style 

117

21

1971-1976 

117

22

1971-1976, contact sheets 

117

23

1977-1978 

117

24

1979-1981 

117

25

R.N. graduation, 1973-1985 

117

26

R.N. nursing, 1949-1973 

117

27

R.N. nursing, 1974-1976 

117

28

R.N. nursing, 1978-1980 

117

29

R.N. professional nursing, [1985] 

117

30

R.N. project, 1980-1984 

117

31

Student Nurses’ Choir, [1930s-1950s] 

117

32

Student Nurses’ Choir, [1940s]-1973 

117

33

Nursing staff, 1924-[1960s] 

117

34

Nursing student yearbook Caduceus staff, 1941 

117

35

Nursing, instructional: classes and workshops, 1949-1979 

117

36

Nursing, instructional: classes and workshops, 1949-1979 (enlarged contact sheets) 

OS 3

3

Nursing, medical and patient-related activities, 1941-1974 

117

37

Nursing, medical and patient-related activities, [1960s-1970s] (enlarged contact sheets) 

OS 3

4

Nursing, miscellaneous activities, [1970s?] (enlarged contact sheets) 

OS 3

5

Nursing, miscellaneous activities, 1941-1982 

117

38

Nursing, volunteers, [1965]-1979 

117

39

Oil paintings in PMC collection, with negative strips, 1994 

117

40

Organization chart, 1950 July, photo print 

117

41

Philadelphia Heart Institute, n.d. 

OS 3

6

Philanthropy, 1976 

117

42

Photo index cards 

I-IV, with a card of coding schedule 

117

43

V-VIII 

117

44

IX-XI 

117

45

XII 

117

46

XIII-XVIII 

117

47

C and other codes 

117

48

Physical therapy, [1975?] (4 enlarged contact sheets) 

OS 3

7

Pictures for “Snook book”, 1983 

117

49

Pictures for place identifying contest, n.d. 

117

50

Plaque inventory, photographs with notes in five sections, n.d. 

117

51

Portrait 

Brown, Mary Ellen (Director, School of Nursing, 1952-1966) 

OS 3

8

Converse, John, ca. 1900 

OS 3

9

Davies, Richard L. 

OS 3

10

Eden, Mary C. (Director, School of Nursing, 1920-1936) 

OS 3

11

Gest, John B. 

OS 3

12

Hostetter, Frances (Director of Social Services, 1907-1948) 

OS 3

13

Leader, Helen J. (Director, School of Nursing, 1936-1952) 

OS 3

14

McCord, John D. 

OS 3

15

Milne, Caroline I. 

OS 3

16

Morgan, Mary Ann (Director, School of Nursing, 1979-1984) 

OS 3

17

Musser, John H., n.d. 

OS 3

18

Richards, Dorothy M. (Director, School of Nursing, 1966-1977) 

OS 3

19

Roberts, Frank C., Jr. 

OS 3

20

Stevens, Lewis M. 

OS 3

21

Zell, Doris Earle (Director, School of Nursing, 1977-1978) 

OS 3

22

Unidentified 

OS 3

23

Unidentified 

OS 3

24

Private Patient floor, 1935 

117

52

Public relations materials, 1978-1984 

117

53

Research Institute (Medical Sciences Research Laboratories), 1962-1966 

117

54

Resident staff, two pictures, 1919-1921, and a third one undated 

OS 3

25

Resident Pictures, 1987-1989 (including Fellows) 

117

55

Riverside Presbyterian Tower, 1982 

117

56

Scheie Eye Institute, exteriors and landscape, [1970s] 

117

57

School of Practical Nursing 

Class of 1965 

117

58

Class of 1967, 1971, 1972, with three other unidentified photos 

117

59

LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) graduation 

n.d. 

118

1

1964-1968 

118

2

1973-1974 

118

3

1975-1976 

118

4

1978 

118

5

1979-1980 

118

6

1982 

118

7

1983 

118

8

LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) program, n.d. 

118

9

Short procedure unit, 1981 

118

10

Small photographs, nurses 

Group pictures, c. 1920s 

118

11

Miscellaneous outdoor landscape, c. 1920s 

118

12

Re life and social activities, 1970s, in 1 envelope and 1 small bag 

118

13

Re work, life and social activities, 1960s, in 2 small bags 

118

14

Snapshots, outdoors, c. 1920s, in two small bags 

118

15

With children and babies, c. 1920s 

118

16

Staff 

General, 1953-1979 

118

17

General, undated 

OS 3

26

Medical, 1922-1933 

118

18

Medical, mid 1930s-1941 

118

19

Medical, mid 1940s-1950 

118

20

Medical, 1950s-1969 

118

21

Medical, 1993-1995 

118

22

Medical, undated, three 

118

23

Statues, 1982-1992 

118

24

Statues, contact sheets, 1984 

118

25

Student workers and volunteers, 1979-1983 

118

26

Surgery and other clinical work, nine enlarged contact sheets, ca. 1974 

OS 3

27

Surgery, 1974-1982, 8″ x 10″ 

118

27

Surgery, 1977-1984, contact sheets 

118

28

Surgical and medical wards, two, exteriors, 1901 

OS 3

28

Surgical, 1971-1979 

118

29

Unidentified and undated, eight 

118

30

United Way, 1983-1984 

118

31

University City Apothecary. n.d. 

118

32

Volunteers 

1965-1980 

118

33

1976-1979 

118

34

[1980], 3″ x 5″ 

118

35

contact sheets, 1972-1987 

118

36

John Clothier, n.d. 

118

37

Junior 1975 

118

38

Volunteer recognition, 1974-1975, 8″x 10″, with negatives 

118

39

Negatives 

IA Activities 

IA-1 to IA-20 (See end note * for details) 

118

40

IA-21 to IA-45 

118

41

IA-46 to IA-71 

118

42

IA-72 to IA-89 

118

43

IA-90 to IA-114 

118

44

IA-128 to IA-147 

118

45

IA-169 to IA-190 

118

46

IA-191 to IA-207 

118

47

IA-222 to IA-228 

118

48

IA Buildings, property and grounds 

IA-232 to IA-254 (see end note * for details) 

118

49

IA-271 to IA-294 

119

1

IA-295 to IA-328 

119

2

IA-330 to IA-345 

119

3

IA-348 to IA-368 

119

4

IA-369 to IA-394 

119

5

IA-398 to IA-412 

119

6

IA-418 to IA-441 

119

7

IA-443 to IA-454 

119

8

IA Equipment 

IA-456 to IA-484 

119

9

IA-491 to IA-503 

119

10

IA Events 

IA-504 to IA-518 (see end note * for details) 

119

11

IA-519 to IA-527 

119

12

IA-528 to IA-545 

119

13

IA-546 to IA-559 

119

14

IA-560 to IA-576 

119

15

IA-582 to IA-594 

119

16

IA-602 to IA-621 

119

17

IA-625 to IA-633 

119

18

IA-634 to IA-648 

119

19

IA-650 to IA-656 

119

20

IA-676 to IA-679 

119

21

IA-693 to IA-709 

119

22

IA-710 to IA-734 

119

23

IA-735 to IA-748 

119

24

IA-749 to IA-751 

119

25

IA-752 to IA-771 

119

26

IA-772 to IA-776 

119

27

IA-782 to IA-801 

119

28

IA-802 to IA-818 

119

29

IA-820 to IA-843 

119

30

IA-845 to IA-860 

119

31

IA-861 to IA-875 

119

32

IA-876 to IA-896 

120

1

IA Hospital seal and Medical and patient-related activities, IA-897 to IA-916 

120

2

IA Medical and patient-related activities and procedures 

IA-925 to IA-939 

120

3

IA-940 to IA-953h 

120

4

IA-954 to IA-965 

120

5

IA Medical and patient-related activities/Organization charts, IA-967 to IA-978 

120

6

HotelHospital, negatives and slides, n.d. 

120

7

IB Group pictures 

IB-4 to IB-8 (see end note * for details) 

120

8

IB-14 to IB-23 

120

9

IB-27 to IB-35 

120

10

IB-67 to IB-85 

120

11

IB-90 to IB-103a 

120

12

IB-104 to IB-108 

120

13

IB-109 to IB-122 

120

14

IB-123 to IB-141 

120

15

IC Individuals 

IC-3 to IC-10 (see end note * for details) 

120

16

IC-11 to IC-20 

120

17

IC-21 to IC-31 

120

18

IC-32 to IC-41 

120

19

IC-44 to IC-50 

120

20

IC-56 to IC-69 

120

21

IC-71 to IC-80 

120

22

IC-81 to IC-89 

120

23

IC-91 to IC-101 

120

24

IC-102 to IC-110 

120

25

IC-112 to IC-119 

120

26

IC-121 to IC-130 

120

27

IC-132 to IC-138 

120

28

IC-141 to IC-150 

120

29

IC-151 to IC-160 

120

30

IC-161 to IC-171 

120

31

IC-173 to IC-184 

120

32

IC-187 to IC-195 

120

33

IC-196 to IC-203 

120

34

IC-205 to IC-214 

120

35

IC-215 to IC-225 

120

36

IC-226 to IC-236 

120

37

IC-237 to IC-252 

120

38

IC-254 to IC-265 

120

39

IC-266 to IC-277 

120

40

IC-283 to IC-296 

120

41

IC-297 to IC-312 

120

42

IC-313 to IC-325 

120

43

IC-326 to IC-338 

120

44

IC-339 to IC-347 

120

45

IC-352 to IC-363 

120

46

IC-366 to IC-371 

120

47

IC-374 to IC-382 

120

48

IC-383 to IC-391 

120

49

IC-392 to IC-404 

120

50

IC-407 to IC-417 

121

1

IC-418 to IC-425 

121

2

IC-427 to IC-447 

121

3

II Publicity and research 

II-1 to II-21 (see end note* for details) 

121

4

II-22 to II-28 

121

5

II-28a to II-34 

121

6

II-35 to II-45 

121

7

II-46 to II-57 

121

8

II-58 to II-69 

121

9

II-70 to II-81 

121

10

II-82 to II-92 

121

11

III Off-site buildings 

III-1 to III-20 (See end note * for details) 

121

12

III-22 to III-36 

121

13

III-37 to III-50 

121

14

III-51 to III-63 

121

15

III-64 to III-69 

121

16

Negatives, four, including one of Dr. J. Roderick Kitchell (cardiologist), 1966-? 

121

17

Slides 

IA Activities 

IA-1 to IA-74h (see end note * for details) 

121

18

IA-75 to IA-127 

121

19

IA-128 to IA-193 

121

20

IA-194 to IA-278c 

121

21

IA-279 to IA-375 

121

22

IA376- to IA-445 

121

23

IA-446 to IA-518c 

121

24

IA Activities and Buildings, IA-519 to IA-567 

121

25

IA Buildings, property and grounds 

IA-568 to IA-632 (see end note * for details) 

121

26

IA-633 to IA-699 

121

27

IA-700 to IA-763 

121

28

IA-764 to IA-854 

121

29

IA-855 to IA-916 

121

30

IA-917 to IA-969 

121

31

IA-970 to IA-1041 

121

32

IA-1042 to IA-1095 

121

33

IA Equipment, IA-1096 to IA 1163 

121

34

IA Events and Medical and patient-related activities, IA-1164 to IA-1270 

121

35

IA Medical and patient-related activities and procedures 

IA-1271 to IA-1363 (see end note * for details) 

121

36

IA-1364 to IA-1435 

121

37

IA-1436 to IA-1510 

121

38

IA-1511 to IA-1625 

121

39

IA-1626 to IA-1772 

121

40

IA-1773 to IA-1904 

121

41

IA Medical and patient-related activities and procedures and Medical conditions, IA-1905 to IA-1949 

121

42

IB Group shots, IB-1 to IB-98 

121

43

IC Individuals, IC-1 to IC-170 

121

44

II, Publicity and research, II-1 to II-148 

121

45

III, Non-PMC buildings and off-site properties, III-1 to III-120 

121

46

Courtland Center for Continuing Care, n.d. 

121

47

Dietary and nutrition 

122

1

emergency ambulance equipment, charts of home care and HMO, etc., five, n.d. 

122

2

HotelHospital, in 12 Mylar sleeves 

122

3

Labs, 1984 

122

4

Ladies Aid Society, 1972-1976 

122

5

Glass positive images 

IA Activities 

IA-1 to IA-8 (see end note * for details) 

122

6

IA-9 to IA-14 

122

7

IA Buildings, property and grounds 

IA-15 to IA-19 (see end note * for details) 

122

8

IA-20 to IA-29 

122

9

IA-30 to IA-35 

122

10

IA-36 to IA-38 

122

11

IA Equipment medical, etc., IA-39 to IA-39 to IA-45 

122

12

IB Group pictures, IB-1 to IB-4 

122

13

IC Individual pictures 

IC-1 to IC-4 (see end note * for details) 

122

14

IC-5 to IC-10 

122

15

IC-11 to IC-14 

122

16

IC-15 to IC-18 

122

17

IC-19 to IC-22 

122

18

IC-23 to IC-26 

122

19

IC-27 to IC-30 

122

20

IC-31 to IC-34 

122

21

IC-35 to IC-38 

122

22

IC-39 to IC-43 

122

23

II Public relations 

II-1 to II-4 (see end note * for details) 

122

24

II-5 to II-8 

122

25

School of Nursing, student records, from class of 1891 (Bates) to class of 1987 (Wotasek), 16 mm film 

122

26

School of Nursing, student records, withdrawals, from Adams through Zotto, 16 mm film 

122

27

 

Scrapbooks, 1949-1975 

Box

Folder

I, 1949-1960, news clippings 

1949 

122

28

1950 

122

29

1951 

122

30

1952-1953 

122

31

1954 

122

32

1955 

122

33

1956-1957 

122

34

Medical, 1949 -1950 

122

35

Medical, 1951 

122

36

Medical, 1954 

122

37

Medical, 1955 

122

38

Medical, 1956 

122

39

Medical, 1957 

122

40

Medical, 1958 

122

41

Miscellaneous, 1949-1951 

122

42

Miscellaneous, 1952-1953 

122

43

Miscellaneous, 1954-1955 

122

44

Miscellaneous, 1956 

122

45

Miscellaneous, 1957-1958 

122

46

Miscellaneous, 1959 

122

47

Miscellaneous, 1960 

123

1

Parent Guidance Institute, 1949-1951 

123

2

II, 1962-1964, news clippings 

Page 1, 1962 

123

3

Pages 2-3, 1962 

123

4

Pages 4-6, 1962 

123

5

Pages 7-8, 1962 

123

6

Pages 9-10, 1962 

123

7

Pages 11-12, 1962-1963 

123

8

Pages 13-14, 1963 

123

9

Pages 15-16, 1963 

123

10

Pages 17-20, 1963 

123

11

Pages 21-22, 1963 

123

12

Pages 23-26, 1963 

123

13

Pages 27-28, 1963 

123

14

Pages 29-32, 1964 

123

15

Pages 33-36, 1964 

123

16

Pages 37-40, 1964 

123

17

Pages 41- 44, 1964 July 

123

18

Pages 45-48, 1964 July-September 

123

19

Pages 49-52, 1964 Sept.-December 

123

20

Pages 53-56, 1964 December-1965 May 

123

21

III, 1965-1966, news clippings 

News clippings, 1965 

123

22

News clippings, 1966 (I) 

123

23

News clippings, 1966 (II) 

123

24

IV, Modernization Fund 

1954 Dec. – 1955 March (bulletins, general correspondence, fliers and printed materials, many of which are also in the Records Collection) 

123

25

1955 April- June 

123

26

1955 July-September 

123

27

1955 Oct. – Dec. 

123

28

1956 Jan.-March 

123

29

1956 April – June 

123

30

1956 July-September 

123

31

1957 -1958 

123

32

1959 

123

33

1960 

123

34

1961 

123

35

1962 

123

36

V, Public Relations presentation 

ca. 1975 (photos and hand-printed captions) 

OS 4

1

Log, 1971 January class, most material in photocopy 

123

37

Log, 1971 July class, most material in photocopy 

123

38

Log, 1972 January class, most material in photocopy 

123

39

Photo album 1, (Photo images from publications) 

123

40

Photo album 2, (Photo images from publications) 

123

41

Photo album 3, (Photo images from publications/some in photocopy) 

123

42

Photo album 4, (Photo images from publications/some in photocopy) 

124

1

School of Practical Nurses, “Events of the first class” 

124

2

School of Practical Nurses, second class (Class of 1966) 

124

3

 

Audio-visual material, 1970-1997 

Box

Folder

Album record, Nursing School, Student Nurses’ Choir, “With a voice of singing,” n.d., 2 copies 

OS 4

2

Audio cassettes 

PMC issue with the Union around the cost-saving re-organization, strike, and an election proposed by the District Council 1199C, 1993, “Local 1199C boycott,” by KYW-AM 1060, 1993 May 26, one tape 

124

4

PMC Oral History Project, 1996-1997, 13 tapes in a vertical Hollinger Box 

124

5

Audio tapes 

Ambulatory Services, Pavilion script, ca. 1970-1971? 

124

6

Orientation script, ca. 1970-71? 

124

7

Unidentified, ca. 1970? 

124

8

Video cassettes 

“Blood clots” and “Visit of C. Everett Koop,” on WPVI and WCAU, 1994 November 

124

9

“Cognitive therapy,” by Dr. David D. Burns, on the program Donahue, n.d., two copies 

124

10

“Doctor infected with AIDS virus,” on WPVI Channel 6, 1994 May 26 

124

11

“Don Polec’s World–Back in action,” 1986 Nov. 21 

124

12

“Dr. Lariccia discusses incontinence,” on KYW-TV, 1987 Jan. 13 

124

13

“LPN initiative, Presbyterian Medical Center,” ABC World News Tonight, 1993 Feb. 11 and CBS News Sunday Morning, 1993 Feb. 28 

124

14

“Women and heart problems” and “Dr. Bradley Fenton on antibiotics,” on WPVI and WCAU, 1994 May 

124

15

Lillian Brunner Lectureship, Mary Naylor, 1990 May 2 

124

16

Lillian Brunner Lectureship, Vicki Lachman, 1991 

124

17

Nurses Week presentation, 1991, Claire O’Bade, “You and your license” 

124

18

Nursing School, closing news, [1987] 

125

1

Philadelphia, movie, 1993 winner of 2 Academy awards 

125

2

Unidentified 

125

3

Vicki Lachman, “Communication” 

1990 Sept. 6, Tape 1 of 4, two copies 

125

4

1990 Sept. 6, Tape 2 of 4, two copies 

125

5

1990 Sept. 6, Tape 3 of 4, two copies 

125

6

1990 Sept. 6, Tape 4 of 4, two copies 

125

7

Vicki Lachman, “Dealing with difficult people,” 1990 Nov. 7 

125

8

Vicki Lachman, “Delegation” 

1990 Oct. 10, Tape 1 of 4 

125

9

1990 Oct. 10, Tape 2 of 4 

125

10

1990 Oct. 10, Tape 3 of 4 

125

11

1990 Oct. 10, Tape 4 of 4 

125

12

Vicki Lachman, “Team Building” 

1990 June 13, Tape 1 of 5, two copies 

125

13

1990 June 13, Tape 2 of 5, two copies 

125

14

1990 June 13, Tape 3 of 5, two copies 

126

1

1990 June 13, Tape 4 of 5, two copies 

126

2

1990 June 13, Tape 5 of 5, two copies 

126

3

WAKC Channel 23, “Report on Parma Hospital,” 1993 Sept. 13 

126

4

WPHL Channel 17, “Interview with Dr. David Burns,” 1994 June 22 

126

5

 

Paintings, posters, charts, and other graphics, 1799-1987 

Box

Folder

“A symbolic story of Presbyterian on tapestry,” 1987 

OS 4

3

“Presbyterian Hospital,” a watercolor of the Saunders House, ca. 1860 

126

6

Acrylic on board painting 

Portrait of an unidentified person, [1980s] 

 OS 14

 

Portrait of Josephine M. Cantone, (director of nurses, 1984-1987), by L’Image 

 OS 16

 

Portrait of Florence M. Crawford, (director of nurses, 1978-1979), by L’Image 

OS 20

1

Architectural sketch of the Critical Care Tower, by M. Barsoum, Moeckel Carbonell Associates, Inc., [late 1980s] 

 OS 17

 

Architectural sketch of the hospital from the 39th Street and the Powelton Ave., n.d. 

OS 4

4

Architectural sketch of the hospital’s new parking building, n.d. 

OS 4

5

Architectural sketch of the Philadelphia Heart Institute, by M. Barsoum, Moeckel Carbonell Associates, Inc., [late 1980s] 

 OS 18

 

Charcoal drawing of Saunders, Ephraim, by L.J. Ferridel, 1873 

OS 4

6

Charcoal drawing, portrait of John Brown, 1885 (fragile with cracks in paper) 

 OS 19

 

Charcoal drawings by H.G. Ritchie 

Portrait of an unidentified old man, 1888 

OS 20

4

Portrait of an unidentified old woman, 1888 

OS 20

3

Portrait of an unidentified young woman, 1887 

OS 20

2

Map of the PMC as part of the 24th Ward of Philadelphia, ca. 1900 

OS 4

7

Merger discussion 

Merger discussion, chart 1, “If acquisition by Penn does not take place” 

OS 5

1

Chart 2, “Go It Alone Mission” 

OS 5

2

Chart 3, “Winning Base Line Model” 

OS 5

3

Chart 4, “QLC (Quality of Life Campus) Assumptions” 

OS 5

4

Chart 5, “‘Business as usual’ means devastation” 

OS 5

5

Chart 6, “The New PMCF (Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation) Services” 

OS 5

6

Chart 7, “Survival: the next 125 years” 

OS 5

7

Chart 8, “PMCF (Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation) structure: today and tomorrow” 

OS 6

1

Chart 9, “Milestones in the relationship between Presby and Penn” 

OS 6

2

Chart 10, “CEO’s objective: maintain the mission” 

OS 6

3

Chart 11, “Gain or loss on disposal of old capital” 

OS 6

4

Chart 12, “PMCF (Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation) elderly services” 

OS 6

5

Chart 13, “A center of excellence in geriatrics” 

OS 6

6

Chart 14, “Why?” 

OS 6

7

Chart 15, “Presbyterian’s nursing home involvement” 

OS 6

8

Montage posters, three, re PMC history and research interest, n.d. 

OS 4

8

Oil on canvas painting, portrait of Rev. Andrew Mutch, by Essig, 1962 

 OS 23

 

Picture of Library and Surgeons Hall in fifth Street, Philadelphia, published 1799 

OS 4

9

 

Architectural drawings, 1923-1992 

Box

Folder

1, student nurses residence, 1954, floor plans in three rolls 

OS 7

1

2, Presbyterian apartment house (Old Man’s Home), 1956 

OS 7

2

3, Nurses Training School, Lewis Building, 1956, in two rolls 

OS 7

3

4, Medical Science Research Lab, 1960, floor plans in two rolls 

OS 7

4

5, Medical Center, 2nd floor and 4th floor revisions, 1967 

OS 7

5

6, Building #28, 1966, two rolls 

OS 7

6

7, Residence Building, 1967, three rolls including two rolls of 1971 revisions 

OS 7

7

8, Wright Wing, Master plans, 1967, three rolls 

OS 8

1

9, Ambulatory Services Facility, 1970-1971, two rolls 

OS 8

2

10, Scheie Eye Institute, 1970, five rolls, floor plans 

OS 8

3

11, Scheie Eye Institute, 1972 revisions, three rolls 

OS 8

4

12, old Mill, Middletown Township, Bucks County, 1972, one roll, plot and basement plan 

OS 8

5

13, Mill, 1972-1974, two rolls, floor and elevations 

OS 9

1

14, Administrative annex, 1975, two rolls, floor plans 

OS 9

2

15, Scheie Eye Institute, 1977, two rolls, floor plans 

OS 9

3

16, Cupp Pavilion, 1981, two rolls, floor plans 

OS 9

4

17, Cupp Pavilion, alterations, 1982, four rolls 

OS 9

5

18, Mutch Building, alterations, 1986, one role, floor plans 

OS 9

6

19, Mutch Building, alterations, 1986, one role, partial ground floor and reflected ceiling plan 

OS 9

7

20, Mutch Building, alterations, 1986, one role, first floor and revised third floor plans 

OS 9

8

21, Old Mill, 1986, suggested improvements, one roll [no #22] 

OS 9

9

23, Cupp Pavilion, alterations, 1987, fifth floor plan 

OS 9

10

24, Mutch Building, alterations, 1987 

OS 9

11

25, Scheie Eye Institute, 1988, second floor plan 

9

12

26, Psychiatric Unit renovation, 1988, fifth floor plan 

OS 9

13

26a, Emergency Department, n.d. 

OS 9

14

27, Dispensary Building, 1923, mechanical plot plan 

OS 9

15

28, Dispensary Building, 1929, alterations and additions 

OS 9

16

29, Building for private/semi-private patients, 1929, revisions, one roll of six drawings 

OS 9

17

30, M.P.M.P., n.d., first floor plan 

OS 9

18

31, Presbyterian plot plan, 1964 

OS 9

19

32, Philadelphia Heart Institute, 1992, floor plans 

OS 9

20

33, Department of Medicine, Cancer Treatment Center, 1991, ground floor plan 

OS 9

21

34, PMC, alterations, 1982, two rolls 

OS 9

22

35, Medical Office Building, second floor plan, n.d., two rolls 

OS 9

23

36, Medical Office Building, alterations, 1982, second floor plan 

OS 9

24

Cupp Pavilion, 1980 

OS 4

10

Master Utility Plan 

Architectural plan, revised 1969 

126

7

Building specification and parking, revised 1969 

126

8

Land acquisition and street adjustment, 1969 March 

126

9

Planning report and transmittal letter, 1969 Nov. 

126

10

Master Utility Study, existing steam and gas services, architectural drawing, 1970 

126

11

 

Plaques, 1959-1985 

Box

Folder

1 – 4 

126

12

5 – 8 

126

13

9 – 12 

126

14

13-16 

126

15

17-20 

126

16

21, “Furnished by Frances Hall Nevin and Mary Stewart Hodge,” n.d. 

126

17

22, Magnetic resonance time capsule, set by CDI Medical Services, Inc., 1985 

126

18

23, In memory of J. Renwick Hogg, 1959 

127

1

24, In memory of John S. and Emma Gertrude Hart McQuade, 1967 

127

2

25, In memory of Mary Sloan Miller and Edward K. Miller, 1898-1973 

127

3

26, In memory of William H. and Donald M. Stuart, 1960 

127

4

27, General Reference Library plaque, in memory of Archer P. Crossley, Jr., “a devoted friend and teacher of medicine by the students, interns and residents who served under his guidance and leadership during his medical career,” 12″x18″ 

 OS 24

 

28, in honor of the Roth Foundation, which “since 1952 has actively supported the Presbyterian School of Nursing the Presbyterian University of Pennsylvania Medical Center,” copper, size 10″ x 15″ 

 OS 25

 

29, Mary Ellen Brown Medical Center Library, “dedicated to the memory of Mary Ellen Brown, R.N., B.S., M.S., 1910-1966,” copper, size 16″ x 16″ 

 OS 26

 

 

Memorabilia, 1803-1993 

Box

Folder

“Florence Nightingale Lamp,” in a small blue cardboard box 

128

1

Alumnae Association, Distinguished Alumna Award citation to Mary Allen Brown, 1966 May 21 

OS 4

11

American Legion, 40 ET8, Voiture No. 1 Trophy for Student Nurses Basketball League runner-up, 1954, sponsored by Helen Fairchild, Nurses Post 412 

128

2

Artwork gift from the family of Charles Mansfield to Dr. Roy Lay 

128

3

Big poster, dedication of the Philadelphia Heart Institute, the “area’s first outpatient heart hospital, Feb. 11, 1993,” listing names of all benefactors, sponsors and contributors, size: ca. 5’4″ (H) by 3’4″ (W) 

 OS 27

 

Ceramic candle lamps, four. Two smaller ones, 5 1/2″ long, have in the front a hospital seal and the inscription of School of Nursing, 1887-1987; the bigger one is 7″ long; the smallest one is 4 1/2″ long 

128

4

Charter of the Alumnae Association of the Training School for Nurses of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, 1892 April 24, with a photo negative of the charter of 1896 

OS 4

12

China Delft tiles 

6″x 6″, blue on white, “donated by Harriet Carhart 

’41,” 1 

128

5

’41,” 2 

128

6

’41,” 3 

128

7

’41,” 4 

128

8

’41,” 5 

128

9

’41,” 6, with chips 

128

10

’41,” 7, with cracks across the tile from one side to the opposite) 

128

11

Class pin, “1931”, from Elizabeth Yeatman Miller 

136

1

Commemorative account of Rev. Ephraim D. Saunders’ contribution to the founding of the Presbyterian Medical Center, printed on a parchment, n.d. 

OS 4

13

Desk nameplate, “Miss Mary E. Brown, Director of Nurses,” n.d. 

132

1

Framed photographs of PMC staff Jocelyn Elders, n.d., I 

128

12

Framed photographs of PMC staff Jocelyn Elders, n.d., II 

128

13

French tile, 3″x 6″, tan scroll work on beige background, “brought from France by the Wannamakers [sic],” ca. 1888? 

128

14

Gold-color silver set consisting of three pieces– two cream pitchers and a sugar bowl 

129

1

Handwritten greetings by Andrew Mutch for the opening of the Mutch Building, 1956 March 24 

129

2

Hospital seal press, 2″ round metal, seal inscribed “Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, 1871; Presbyterian–University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.” [1980?] 

130

1

Hospital seal press, round metal, palm size, contained in a leather bag, seal inscribed “1871 Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia” 

130

2

Hospital seal, 2 1/2″ round metal, inscribed “Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, 1871; Presbyterian–University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.” 1980? 

130

3

Hospital seal, printed, ca. 1946-1950 

129

3

HotelHospital, key ring, with a plastic pendant 

129

4

Imperial Family Bible, containing the old and new testaments, 1853 

76

4

Ladle from the student nurses residence 

129

5

Mary Ellen Brown, diplomas (nursing diploma, B.S and M.S. in Education from Penn, 1940, 1948, 1957 

OS 4

14

Memorabilia of the Girvins, 1803-1952, including a postcard sent to R. M. Girvin (Sr.) postmarked 1803 (?), a biographical sketch of John Harper Girvin and a letter from John A. Girvin to the PMC archivist in 1996 

129

6

Memorabilia of the Girvins and the Harpers, including a photo of R. M Girvin, Jr.(1836 – 1900) and his baby son the third, a Daguerreotype of the John M. Harper family in 1840s, and a photograph of an unidentified man living at 2906 Walnut (?) street 

129

7

Metal badge/pin with ribbon, inscribed “Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia,” in small turquoise leather case, tooled in gold, with gold satin and velvet lining, ca. 2″x 4″. 1940s? 

129

8

Metal pin, blue, inscribed “Don’t take your organs to heaven-heaven knows we need them here!” 

136

2

Metal pin, red, inscribed “Rittenhouse Square Flower Market,” with a ribbon 

136

3

Metal pin, silver color, with an eagle and stars and stripes image 

136

4

Mug, with the image of the seal of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, encircled by the wording of “Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center” 

129

9

Needlepoint woven image of the Presbyterian Hospital seal, handmade by Penny Greatrex, Class of 1971 

129

10

News clipping from Modern Healthcare, 1989 Dec. 22, set for exhibition 

OS 4

15

Nursing commemorative stamp sheet, 4 cent denomination, n.d. 

OS 4

16

Nursing pins, three, originally belonging to Mary W. Bischoff, Nurse missioner- Orient, one with Chinese characters and the initials N.A.C. (Nurses’ Association of China), one inscribed “School of Anesthesia,” all in a small dark brown box 

136

5

Nursing pins, two, one with a the image of blue cross and inscribed PSN, the other with the hospital seal and inscribed PHTS (Presbyterian Hospital Training School) 

136

6

Nursing School, tablet, appreciation from the Class of 1940 on its 50th anniversary, 1990 

129

11

Pacemaker Award, 1989, from the Delaware Valley Health Public Relations and Marketing Association, “First place–print advertising, Barbara Berglund Associates, for Presbyterian Medical Center” 

129

12

Paper weight, 4″ round clear plastic, with metal hospital seal in center and “Cupp Pavilion Dedication, January 1982” inscribed around edge 

129

13

Paper weights, three, transparent plastic in triangular shape, with the hospital seal and inscribed “Presbyterian School of Nursing, 1889-1987,” one in a small cardboard box and the other two wrapped in a plastic bag 

136

7

Penn and flashlight set, in a small box printed with “Nursing excels at Presbyterian” on the cover 

136

8

Photograph of Children’s Ward, 1901, mounted on a wood plate with a hanging hook 

129

14

Pin, in the shape of a shield, inscribed “Presbyterian 1994” 

136

9

Pin, with the numbers 96 at the top and a small round pendant inscribed “Envision the future, Presby” contained in a small box 

136

10

Pins, two, one inscribed “Presby’s Cornerstone, 1989” and the other “Presby Team Work, 1990,” both in 1-inch cube boxes 

136

11

Presby service pins, Five, for service of 10, 15, 20 (in sterling silver) and 30, 40 (in 10K gold) years, inscribed “Presbyterian University of Pennsylvania Medical Center” 

136

12

Recognition awarded to Mrs. Barclay H. Warburton (Mary Minnie Wanamaker), in appreciation of her serving as trustee of the Presbyterian Hospital for thirty-four years, 1952 

129

15

Replica of F. Nightingale portrait and her hand-written note to Miss Franklin dated 1898 Aug. 26 

129

16

School of Nursing 100th anniversary, seal art work, 1987 

OS 4

17

School of Practical Nursing, Alumnae Association, Bulletin cover design, [1975] 

OS 4

18

Seal of the Patient services, brass? inscribed “I was sick and ye visited me” and “PHTS” (Training School?), [1920s?] 

130

4

Seal of the University of Pennsylvania, made of felt, with blue image and wording on red background 

136

13

Seals of the Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia 

OS 4

19

Souvenirs from India, three–a mala, a silk embroidery piece, and a sculpture of elephants on bridge made of buffalo horn and rosewood, gift from Matilda Miese, Class of 1947 

129

17

Water carafe, “The Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia,” 10 1/2 inches high, green body with silver-colored trim, with a stopper, 1950s 

131

1

Water pitcher, “The Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia,” 10 inches high, in copper and chromium colors 

131

2

Wood carved pencil stand (?) in dark color 

131

3

Wood seal stamp, “Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, 1871” 

136

14

Medical instruments 

Baumanometer, for blood pressure measurement (?), in a wood box 

131

4

Bausch and Lomb hand diagnostic instruments, in a black box 

131

5

Blood pressure gauge, in a brown wood box 

 OS 28

 

Catheter syringe, glass, contained in a blue long box 

131

6

Chest aspirator, in a metal case 

131

7

Cystoscope, Wappler, in a black box 

131

8

Electrodes and cable, purpose unknown 

132

2

Empty glass tubes for soluble hypodermic tablets, contained in a nickel/silver box with needles, wrapped in a dark blue felt case 

136

15

Gradle-Schiutz tonometer (for measuring eye pressure) in a small black leather case, 2 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, n.d. 

132

3

Head electrodes for new EST machine, in a small cardboard box 

132

4

HotelHospital, glass container with a lid 

132

5

HotelHospital, plastic food tray with mug, blue color 

132

6

Hypodermic kit (from Dr. Girvin), in a small metal box 

132

7

Hypodermic needles, stainless, in a small box, 1954 Jan. 

132

8

Medcraft shock equipment, in a black box 

132

9

Medical instruments, miscellaneous, including dilators for throat or urethrography, wound retractors, etc., in three envelopes 

133

1

Ophthalmoscope, 6 volt Titmus brand, contained in a cardboard box with bulbs 

133

2

Pearl head pins, in a small paper box 

133

3

Pestle and mortar, iron 

133

4

Private duty nurse hypodermic kit in a silver box (with no syringe inside), contained in a green felt case 

136

16

Proctoscope, in a cardboard box 

133

5

School of Nursing, stainless jug, 1966 

133

6

School of Nursing, stainless round container with a lid, 1966 

133

7

Sphygmo-oscillometer, Collens, (for blood pressure measurement) 

133

8

Stereoscope, Eye Comfort 

133

9

Syringe in stainless box, with a burgundy color felt case 

136

17

Syringe, big and unidentified, in a wood box 

134

1

Syringe, two-head, stainless, contained in a cigar box 

134

2

Syringes and needles, in a blue box 

134

3

Syringes of various sizes and types and other glass medical instruments, contained in a Hollinger Box 

 135

 

Test tube stand, stainless steel, 3″ x 5″ x 6 « 

134

4

Trays, rectangular, three, one of stainless steel, two of aluminum, sizes of 6.5′ x 10″, 9″ x 12″ 

134

5

Vital Capacity Apparatus, from the Medical Ward 

134

6

 

Nursing uniforms, 1932-1987 

Box

Folder

Nursing capes, five, navy blue, wool, with no hoods 

 OS 10

 

Five, upper part in blue striped design and lower part white, with stains and scribed words on them, two with names sown on the short sleeves, one dated 1987 May 1, 

OS 11

1

Four, in blue striped design, two with names sown on the short sleeves 

OS 11

2

Two 2-piece uniforms 

OS 11

3

Three items of different colors, one dark cadet nurse jacket with a star sown on a shoulder, one beige-color cadet nurse khaki shirt, one pair of pants of light burgundy color 

OS 12

1

Two cadet nurse uniforms in 2-pieces (jacket and pants), one dark brown and one of beige color, each jacket with a star sown on one of its shoulders 

OS 12

2

Caps, hats, etc. 

Cadet nurse hats and side caps, two of each kind 

 137

 

A nurse cap (originally belonged to Agnes Scott Haeseler, 1932), miscellaneous unfinished parts (sleeves, skirts, belts, pockets, etc.), two pairs of pants and several pieces of underwear 

 138