Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., M.D. Personal Collection

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Lawrence C. McHenry, Jr., M.D.

Introduction:  While this finding aid encompasses the entire personal collection of Dr. McHenry, it focuses on the slides and photographs in the collection. A description of each series in the large collection is included, as well as a detailed inventory of the slides and photographs interspersed throughout the collection.  

Size: 207 cubic feet

Restrictions: Most of the papers of the Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., M.D. Collection are open to qualified scholars. Any questions concerning access should be directed to The Dorothy Carpenter Medical Archives Archivist. Materials of an extremely personal nature within this collection are restricted to outside use. See below series descriptions for more information.

Preservation: Materials have been placed in alkaline folders in alkaline boxes. Slides and photographs have been placed in Mylar sleeves.

Number of boxes: 64

Provenance: The papers of Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., M.D. were donated to The Dorothy Carpenter Medical Archives after Dr. McHenry's death on February 22, 1985.

Biography: Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr. was born March 20, 1929 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was the second child of Dr. Lawrence Chester McHenry, Sr. and Hilda (Pentland) McHenry. He grew up in Oklahoma City and received his earliest education there. In 1944, he went to the New Mexico Military Institute, where he received his high school diploma in 1947. In 1951 he received a B.A. from Pomona College in Claremont, California. Returning to Oklahoma City, he entered medical school at the University of Oklahoma in 1951 and graduated in 1955 with a M.D. degree. From Oklahoma he went to Boston, Massachusetts for internship and residency.

While in Boston, 1955-1960, he studied at Harvard University; worked at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston City Hospital, and the New England Center Hospital; and married Anne Marie Riedl. From this marriage three children were born: Susan, 1958; Barbara, 1960; and Robert, 1964. In 1968 he and Anne Marie Riedl divorced and the following year, 1969, he married Kathryn Olson.

During his medical school, internship, and residency years, Dr. McHenry developed an interest in two areas that remained with him his entire life: the history of medicine and the life of Samuel Johnson.  After serving at Walter Reed Army Hospital from 1960-1964 as a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, Dr. McHenry’s career centered around research into cerebral blood flow measurement, stroke, and cerebrovascular diseases.

Biographical Notes

Born March 20 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (1929)

Graduated from high school, New Mexico Military Institute (1947)

B.A., Pomona College, Claremont, California (1947-1951)

M.D., School of Medicine, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma(1951-1955)

Summer Study, Deutschkurse fur Auslander, Akademischen Auslandstelle, University of Munich, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany (1953) 

Licensed to practice medicine, State of Oklahoma (1955)   

Membership, American Association History of Medicine (1955)

Medical Intern, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (1955-1956)

Assistant Resident in Medicine, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (1955-1957)

American Academy of Neurology, Fellow (1957)

Married Anne Marie Riedl  (1957)

Assistant Resident in Neurology, New England Center Hospital (1957-1958)

Fellow in Neurology, Tufts University  School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts (1957-1958)

Birth of first child, Susan P. McHenry (October 3, 1958)

Resident in Neuropathology, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (1958-1959)    

Fellow in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1958-1959)      

Induction into the Johnson Society, Lichfield, England: Life Member (1959)    

Resident in Neurology, New England Center Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts (1959-1960)     

Fellow in Neurology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts (1959-1960)

Birth of second child, Barbara A. McHenry (May 16, 1960)

Summer Study, Visiting Fellow, History of Medicine Department, Yale University Graduate School, New Haven, Connecticut (1960)    

Captain, MC USAR, Department of Neurophysiology, Division of Neuropsychiatry,  Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C. (1960-1964)  

Clinic Supervisor, Neurology Service, Walter Reed General Hospital, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. (1961-1964)    

Clinical Instructor in Neurology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C (1961-1964)     

Certification, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (1963) 

Induction into Membership in the Johnson Society of London (1963) 

Membership, Philadelphia Neurological Society (1964)  

Licensed to Practice Medicine - State of Pennsylvania (1964)   

Birth of third child, Robert L. McHenry  ( June 7, 1964)  

Assistant Attending Physician, Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1964-1965) 

Chairman, The Johnsonians (1965)  

Major, MC USAR (1965-1968)   

Assistant Professor, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1965-1968)

Chief of Service (Jefferson), Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1965-1971) 

Neurologist, Jefferson Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1965-1971)

Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine, London, England (1966)   

Fellow, American Academy of Neurology (1966)   

Secretary, Philadelphia Neurological Society (1966-1970)

Director, Stroke Research Center, Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1966-1972)

John and Mary R. Markle Scholar in Academic Medicine (1967-1972)    

Divorced from Anne Marie Riedl (1968)

Marriage to Kathryn Olson McHenry (1969)     

Associate Professor, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1969-1971)      

Member, American Neurological Association (1969)  

Visiting Professor of Neurology, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama (1970)

President, Philadelphia Neurological Society (1971)

Associate Professor of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1971-1972)

Senior Attending Physician, Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1971-1972)

Staff, Department of Neurology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1971-1972)  

Licensed to Practice medicine - State of North Carolina (1972)    

Professor of Neurology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (1972-1985)

Who’s Who in the East (1972-1975)  

Chairman, The Johnsonians (1973)

Co-Chairman and Editor, The Sixth International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1973)

Who’s Who in the South and Southeast (1976-1984)  

Membership, American Osler Society (1978)

Visiting Professor of Neurology, The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1979)

Membership, Forsyth-Stokes-Davie County Medical Society (1981)

Membership, North Carolina Medical Society (1981)

American Neurological Association -   Historian and Archivist (1981-1985)    

Member, American Medical Association (1982)  

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Classics of Medicine Library1982  

Board of Trustees, Unitarian-Universalists Fellowship of Winston-Salem, North Carolina (1982-1983)

American Academy of Neurology, Chairman, Section on the History, of Neurology (1982-1984)

North Carolina Medical Society, Committee on Physicians Health and Effectiveness (1982-1985)

Board of Governors, North Carolina Jewish Home, Clemmons, North Carolina (1982-1985)  

Chairman, Editorial Advisory Board, The Classics of Neurology and Neurosurgery Library (1983)

American Association History of Medicine, Chairman, Osler Medal Committee (1983)

Membership, Johnson Society of the Central Region, U.S.A. (1983)  

World Federation of Neurology, History of Neurosciences Research Group, American Secretary (1983)

Member, College of Physicians of Philadelphia (1983)

Vice-President, American Osler Society (1984)

Member, Advisory Council on Addictive Diseases, Charter-Mandala Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (1984-1985)

Died February 22 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina (1985)

Scope of the Collection: The papers of Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., M.D. cover his life, education, and work from 1936 to February 1985. Included in the collection are personal and family papers; college, medical school, internship, and residency records; military orders and credentials; medical research, scientific investigation, and Cerebral Blood Flow Studies; diaries, documents, and discussions related to Alcoholics Anonymous; notes and manuscripts dealing with the history of medicine, the history of neurology, and the medical aspects of the life of the Eighteenth Century English writer, Samuel Johnson; reprints of articles, manuscripts, correspondence, patient studies, and photographs.

The collection provides both an overview of and specific information on Dr. McHenry’s personal life, medical career, scientific research, and scholarly writings. From the papers pertaining to Dr. McHenry’s personal life, his growth and development as a medical doctor, scholar, writer, and historian is seen. His military records document his career as an officer in the United State Army. While his medical research information provides insight into neurological clinical research and experimentation, the papers that deal with the history of medicine contain Dr. McHenry’s insights as a writer, scholar, and scientist.

Dr. McHenry’s professional associations show his involvement not only with the scientific aspects of medicine but also with the historical features of medical endeavor. His professional relationships are catalogued within committee reports, correspondence, and lecture notes. In its totality, this collection of papers illustrates the life, work, and interests of a man who was multi-dimensional.

The collection is arranged in eight series:

    1. Personal and Family Papers
    2. Scrapbooks
    3. Correspondence
    4. Professional Papers: Reprints
    5. Professional Papers: Research
    6. Professional Papers: Employment
    7. History of Neurology
    8. Samuel Johnson

The arrangement of the material in all eight series adheres as closely as possible to the order in which the papers were received from Dr. McHenry in August 1984 and from his office after his death in February 1985. In many instances folders have been kept intact and original folder headings have been retained.


Summary of Inventory

Series I.  Personal and Family Papers, 1-70.

  1. McHenry Family History
  2. Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., - Education. 14-32.
  3. Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., - Military. 32-39.
  4. Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., - Personal. 40-70.

Series II.  Scrapbooks, 71v-91v.

  1. Personal. 71v.-75v.
  2. Research.  76v.-83v.
  3. History of Neurology. 84v.-90v.
  4. Samuel Johnson. 91v.

Series III.  Correspondence, 92-454.

Series IV.  Professional Papers:  Reprints, 455-701V.

  1. McHenry Reprints.  455-531.
  2. Neurology Reprints.  532-701v.

Series V.  Professional Papers:  Research, 702-748v.

  1. Markle Scholarship. 702-703.
  2. Teaching:  Instructional Materials.   704-711.
  3. Stroke Research Center, Philadelphia. 712.
  4. Cerebral Blood Flow. 713-748v.

Series VI.  Professional papers:  Employment, 749-767.

  1. Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 749-762.
  2. Consultant: Institutions/Organizations. 762-767.

Series VII.  History of Neurology, 768-929

  1. Organizations. 768-812.

    1.  American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

    2.  American Association of the History of Medicine (AAHM)

    3.  American Neurological Association (ANA)

    4.  Philadelphia Neurological Society (PNS)

    5.  World Federation of Neurology (WFN)

    6.  Gryphon Editions, Inc.

    a.  Classics in Medicine

    b. Classics in Neurology

  2. History of Stroke. 813-822.     

  3. American Neurology. 823-859.

  4. Neurology and Art. 860-867.    

    1. Charles K. Mills, 1845-1931.

    2.  William Osler, 1849-1919.

    3.  S. Weir Mitchell, 1829-1914.  

    4.  William Alexander Hammond, 1828-1900

    5.  Francis X. Dercum, 1856-1931.

    6.  Eadweard Muybridge, 1830-1904.

    7.  Origins of American Neurology and Hospitals                

  5. Garrison’s History of Neurology. 868-910.         

  6. Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases. 911-929.                           

Series IX.  Samuel Johnson, 930-1007 (Kept with Dr. McHenry’s original arrangement).

Series Description/Inventory

Series I. Personal and Family Papers, Files 1-79

The series presents a detailed overview of Dr. Lawrence Chester McHenry’s life, family, and ancestors. These papers chronicle his growth and development as a student, doctor, researcher, and scholar, as well as recording his experiences as a husband and father. Both the public documentation and the private accounts of his life are included in this collection.

The large amount of materials present has necessitated this series being divided into four sub-series: McHenry Family History; Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., Education; Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., Military and Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., Personal. Though some refoldering has been necessary, the order and arrangement of the papers are primarily as Dr. McHenry intended.

Subseries A, McHenry Family History, 1-13, contains papers about the genealogical aspects of several branches of the McHenry Family. Also included are early records (1817), family tree and coat of arms, correspondence, and family information. Specific materials on Dr. Lawrence McHenry Jr.'s grandfather and father and mother are found in these folders.

The papers found in subseries B, Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr.: Education, 13-32, are grouped into six areas: primary and secondary schools, college, medical school, internship and residency, Markle Scholarship Program, and Continuing Medical Education. Education was very important to Dr. McHenry and he kept many of the papers associated with his varied experiences. Thus, the reader is presented with a full picture of his educational background. Contained in these folders are report cards, transcripts, certificates, diplomas, reports of social activities, early writings, schedules, lecture notes, patient information, correspondence, and forms.

Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr.: Military, subseries C, 33-39, includes both the formal and informal records of Dr. McHenry's military experiences. These folders contain his induction notice, ROTC history, correspondence, health records, general orders, duty reports from the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and certificate of honorable discharge.

The last subseries in Series I, is subseries D, Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr.: Personal. Materials in this subseries are restricted and are not available for public use.

Because of the personal nature of some of the materials contained in this collection, certain materials interspersed within the subseries are restricted and the entire subseries, Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr., Personal is restricted. An interview with the Archivist is required before viewing any materials in this collection.

Series II. Scrapbooks, 71v.-91v.

This collection of Dr. McHenry’s personal and professional scrapbooks is divided into four subseries that cover the following areas: personal and family events, research, the History of Neurology, and Samuel Johnson.

These scrapbooks are the result of Dr. McHenry’s collecting, arranging, and maintaining the tangible items significant to the various segments of his life and work. All of the scrapbooks are as Dr. McHenry arranged them and include only the materials he felt were important. Their order and content are exactly as Dr. McHenry prepared them.

Subseries A, Personal Scrapbooks, 71v.-75v., is comprised of various memorabilia that reflect Dr. McHenry’s life from the 1930’s until 1982. These scrapbooks are in chronological order and contain; family photographs, school certificates (Oklahoma City and NMMI), regulations, handbooks, science fair experiments, and publications, correspondence (Moorman, Sigerist, medical school materials, maps, SITA travel booklets, and research notes associated with Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR)), programs from meetings of the American Association of Neurologists, teaching and Continuing Education programs from George Washington University and Walter Reed, Markle Scholarship Award information (1967), annual reports, memos, name tags, and letters from Stroke Conferences, CBF Symposiums, and the Philadelphia Neurological Society, information from Appalachian Hall, staff directories for the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, and letters concerning the McHenry Collection in the Medical School Library.

Subseries B, Research, 76v.-83v. is, for the most part, the files of Cerebral Blood Flow and Stroke Research the Dr. McHenry conducted at Walter Reed and in Philadelphia at the Stroke Research Center. These scrapbooks illustrate Dr. McHenry’s presentation, arrangement, and perception of his research. This order, selection, and grouping is as Dr. McHenry arranged it thus, this subseries is dependent upon Dr. McHenry's interpretation of his research data. Included in the contents of these scrapbooks are: grant proposals, photographs, correspondence, reprints, budgets, minutes of planning meetings, equipment lists, diagrams, graphs, tables, and charts relating to the Krpton-85 method, formulas, patient studies, reports on the CBF labs of Ingvar (Lund), Lassen (Copenhagen), and Veall (London), and slides. These almost 400 slides illustrate the techniques, methods, procedures, and materials Dr. McHenry used with Stroke and CBF research from 1960-1972.

Slides in the Subseries include:

Scrapbook, 

79v. "Slides, CBF, Stroke"

 

Pages 1 and 2:

  Slides 1 -35: Slides used for presentation: "The Stroke Syndrome:Pathogenesis"
 

Page 3:

  

Slides 36-49: Second copy of some of the slides used for Presentation: "The Stroke Syndrome: Pathogenesis"

Slide 50: Fig. 26 Fruit and Vegetable peeler (drawing)

Slide 51: Spoon (drawing)

Slide 52: Fig. 30 The Uses of Suction Cups (drawing)

 

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Slide 53: Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Slide 54: Basilar Artery Thrombosis

Slide 55: Cerebral Embolism

Slide 56: Illustration of brain

Slide 57: Temporal Lobe Vascular Malformation

Slide 58: Illustration of brain

Slide 59: Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis

Slide 60: Outline of Non-Vascular Causes of the Stroke Syndrome

Slides 61-62: Various illustrations of brain

Slide 63: Parasagittal Memingioma

Slides 64-65: Various illustrations of brain

Slide 66: Diagram of brains

Slides 67-70: Various drawings of brain and cerebral artery

 

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Slide 71: Chart: Onset and Course of Neurological Disease

Slide 72: Diagram: Blood Supply of Brain-Neck Vessels

Slide 73: Diagram: Normal Cerebral Blood Supply - Circle of Willis

Slide 74: Diagram: Body Supply of Brain

Slide 75: Diagram: Blood Supply to Deep Structures of Cerebral Hemispheres

Slide 76: Diagram: Functional Anatomy of the Cerebral Hemispheres

Slide 77: Outline: Major Factors Influencing Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 78: Outline: Stroke Syndrome in Infancy and Childhood

Slide 79: Outline: Stroke Syndrome in Adolescence and Young Adulthood

Slide 80: Outline: Stroke Syndrome in Middle and Old Age

Slide 81: Chart: Stroke Syndrome in Adults

Slide 82: Chart: Clinical Syndromes of Cerebrovascular Aherosclerosis

Slide 83: Chart: Carotid Arterial System - Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 84: Diagram: Small Infarct in Basal Ganglia

Slide 85: Diagram: Large Infarct in Basal Ganglia or Internal Capsule

Slide 86: Diagram: Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Slide 87: Diagram: Anterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Slide 88: Chart: Extracranial Carotid Artery Narrowing or Occlusion

Slide 89: Chart: Prognosis in Completed Strokes

 

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Slide 90: Table 4: Hemodynamic Causes of Diffuse Cerebral Ischemia

Slide 91: Table 1: Sites of Arterial Stenosis ad Occlusion in Cerebrovascular Ischemia

Slide 92: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 93: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Differential Diagnosis

Slide 94: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Underlying Pathophysiology - II

Slide 95: Table 2: Incidence and cause of Mortality Among TIA Patients

Slide 96: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Medical Treatments, Dipridmole

Slide 97: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Medical Treatment, Aspirin

Slide 98: Table 5: Results of 1,546 Carotid Operations

Slide 99: Outline: "Not TIA"

Slide 100: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Precipitating Factors

Slide 101: Table 2: Classification of 120 Patients with Migrainous Accompainments

Slide 102: Outline: Cerebral Embolism

Slide 103: Table 3: Vertebral - basilar TIA: Presenting Symptoms in 54 Patients

Slide 104: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Subclavian Steal Syndrome - SSS

Slide 105: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Transient Global Amnesia - TGA

Slide 106: Chart: Years after first TIA

Slide 107: Table 2: Carotid Artery TIA: Presenting Symptoms In 133 Patients

Slide 108: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 109: Chart: Years of Follow-Up

 

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Slide 110: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks - Characteristics

Slide 111: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Carotid Artery System

Slide 112: List: Clinical Characteristics of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 113: Outline: Gross Classification of Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 114: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Vertebral-Basilar System

Slide 115: List: Cerebral Embolism II

Slide 116: List: Precipitating Factors of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 117: List: Cerebral Embolism I

Slide 118: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Surgical Treatment II

Slide 119: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Evaluation of Patient I

Slide 120: List Transient Ischemic Attacks, Medical Therapy

Slide 121: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Incidence and Stroke Relationships

Slide 122: Outline: Hemodynamic Factors in Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 123: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Anticoagulant Therapy II

Slide 124: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Medical Treatment Anticoagulant Therapy I

Slide 125: Table 13: Clinical Outcome Six Months Following Randomization by Treatment Group and History of Previous TIAS

Slide 126: Table 3: Main Criteria For the Diagnosis of Late-Life Migrainous Accompaniments

Slide 127: Table 1: Infarction Among Untreated TIA Patients

Slide 128: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Surgical Treatment I

Slide 129: Table 2: Anticoagulant Therapy and Transient Ischemic Attacks`

 

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  Slides 130-148: Various tables, charts and images from the Cerebral Blood Flow Lab
   
 

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Slides 149-152: Various outlines concerning Regulation of Cerebral Circulation

Slide 153: Outline: Cerebral Metabolism

Slide 154: List: Acute Stroke and Vasopressor Agents

Slide 155: Table: Effects of Drugs on Cerebral Circulation in Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 156: Summary: Regulation of Cerebral Circulation

Slide 157: Table: Cerebral Blood Flow Values

Slides 158-160: Various charts from the Cerebral Blood Flow Lab

Slides 161-162: Unidentified images

 

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Slides 163-174: Various unidentified charts, drawings and images

Slide 175: Summary: Methods of Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement

Slide 176: Outline: Additional Methods of Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement

Slide 177: Unidentified photograph

Slide 178: Chart of brain activity

Slide 179: Figure 1: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 180: Table 4: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 181: Figure 1: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 182: Table 4: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

 

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Slides 183-194: Various unidentified charts, drawings and images

Slide 195: Image labeled, "Resting, Hyperfrontality"

Slide 196: Image labeled, "Listen to spoken word"

Slide 197: Image labeled, "Speaking; mouth tongue area"

Slide 198: Image labeled, "Reading aloud"

Slide 199: Image labeled, "Voluntary movement, hand-finger"

Slide 200: Image labeled, "Visual perception sensory"

Slide 201: Image labeled, "Move mouth, counting"

Slide 202: Image labeled, "Reading silently"

 Page 12:  (Page of slides is labeled, "Kety-Schmidt CBF Values Method")
 

 

Slide 203: Chart: Cerebral Blood Flow Studies Before and During Hyperventilation

Slide 204: Table 2: Blood Flow and Oxygen Demands on Several Vital Organs

Slide 205: Cerebral Metabolic Rate (CMRO2)

Slide 206: Cerebral Metabolic Rate (CMRO2)

Slide 207: Cerebral Vascular Resistance (CVR)

Slide 208: Chart: Cerebral Blood Flow-Krypton Desaturation Method

Slide 209: Chart: minutes of inhalation

Slide 210: Cerebral Blood Flow   

Slide 211: Unidentified Chart

Slide 212: Unidentified Chart

Slide 213: Unidentified Drawing

Slide 214: Chart: Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 215: Equations dealing with cerebral blood flow

Slide 216: Chart: Cerebral blood flow - Krypton Desaturation Method

Slide 217: Unidentified Chart

Slides 218-219: Unidentified photographs

Slide 220: Unidentified Charts

Slide 221: Unidentified photographs

 

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Slides 222-225: Various unidentified photographs and drawings

Slide 226: Chart and image labeled, "Dementia, gray weight"

Slide 227: Chart and image labeled, "Serial Study, MCA brocel. WB, Serial study, aphesia"

Slide 228: Chart and image labeled, "Hemorrhage, Intracerebral hem."

Slide 229: Drawing labeled, "Obristxe inhalation apparatus"

Slide 230: Unidentified scan

Slide 231: Diagram labeled, "rCBF method, McHenry PGH"

Slide 232: Unidentified scan

Slide 233: Chart: Fitted Head Curve

Slide 234: Chart: Respired Air Curve

Slide 235: Chart: Inhalation

Slide 236: Table: Test-Retest Results of Xenon Inhalation

Slide 237: Table: Normal Values For the Xenon Inhalation Cerebral Blood Flow Method of Obrist

Slide 238: Table 4: Normal rCBF Values obtained by several authors by the Xenon-133 Inhalation method

Slide 239: Table 2 and 3: Test-Retest Results of rCBF Measurements by the Xenon Inhalation method in 10 Patients and Results from Discriminate Analysis of 15 Normal Subjects and 10 Patients

 

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Slides 240-258: Unidentified scans and photographs from Bowman Gray School of Medicine

 

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Slide 259: Chart: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and of induced Hypertension on Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 260: Graph: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and of induced Hypertension on Cerebral Blood Flow and Cardiac Factor Group I

Slide 261: Charts: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and of Induced Hypertension on Cerebral Blood Flow and Cardiac Factor Groups I and II

Slide 262: Graphs: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and of Induced Hypertension on Cerebral Blood Flow and Cardiac Factor Groups I and II

Slide 263: Same as bottom of slide 261

Slide 264: Same as bottom half of slide 262

Slide 265: Illustration: CO2 responsive, intracerbral steal

Slide 266: Illustration: CBF with Ischemia

Slide 267: Labeled: "Xenon Clearance Curve"

Slide 268: Figures I and II: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Before and During CO2 Inhalation in Focal Vascular Disease I and II

Slide 269: Figures I and II: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Before And During CO2 Inhalation in Focal Vascular Disease I and II

Slide 270: Graph: Effects of CO2 Inhalation on Regional Cerebral Circulation in Stroke

Slide 271: Table: Effect CO2 Inhalation on Regional Cerebral Circulation in Stroke Patients with Focal Abnormalities

Slide 272: Graph labeled, "Summary CO2 CBF focus, non-focus"

Slide 273: Drawing: Effects of PaCO2 on Experimental Cerebral Ischemia

Slide 274: Drawing: Intracerebral steal

Slide 275: Graph labeled, "Autoregulation"

Slide 276: Graphs: Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism and Cardiac Function before and during CO2 Inhalation in Normotensive Stroke Patients

 

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Slide 277: Chart: Regional Blood Flow in Patients with Cerebral Infarction - Before and After Papaverine

Slide 278: Table II: Regional Blood Flow - Before and After Papaverine Diffuse Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 279: Table: Papaverine Effect on Regional Cerebral Circulation in Stroke Patients with Focal Abnormalities

Slide 280: Summary: Papaverine Effect on Regional Cerebral Circulation in Stroke Patients with Focal Abnormalities

Slide 281: Scan labeled, "ACA occlusion"

Slide 282: Graphs labeled, "CO2 rCBF PGHBH"

Slide 283: Graphs: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and Hexobendine on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism and Cardiac Function

Slide 284: Charts: Effects of CO2 Inhalation on Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 285: Chart: Effects of Hexobendine on Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 286: Diagram not labeled

Slide 287: Unlabeled diagram

Slide 288: Scan and chart labeled, "Hexobenine MC Co2 rCBF"

Slide 289: Figure I: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Before and During CO2 Inhalation in Focal Vascular Disease I

Slide 290: Figure II: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Before and During CO2 Inhalation in Focal Vascular Disease II

Slide 291: Charts: Effects of CO2 Inhalation and of induced Hypertension on Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

Slide 292: Table: Hydergine Effect on Cerebral Circulation in Patients with Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 293: Chart: Hydergine Effect on Cerebral Circulation in Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 294: Unlabeled diagram

Slide 295: Table: Effects of Drugs on Cerebral Circulation In Cerebrovascular Disease

 

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Slide 296: Page from computer printout, rCBF

Slide 297: List: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Values: Criteria for significant change between repeat rCBF Measurements

Slide 298: List: Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Values: Criteria for Determination of Abnormality

Slide 299: Graphs: Serial study and comparative study

Slide 300: Unidentified diagram

Slide 301: Chart labeled: "Tissue perfusion pressure"

Slide 302: Unlabeled drawing

Slide 303: Unlabeled diagram

Slide 304: Table: Local Cerebral Blood Flow in the Cat

Slide 305: Unidentified images

Slide 306: Figure 1: Normal Dilution Courses

Slide 307: Unidentified diagram

 

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Slide 308: Drawing: Probe Positions

Slide 309: Charts: Flow in Rapid Clearing Compartment

Slide 310: Charts: Flow in Rapid Clearing Compartment, Ischemic Episode - No Residual

Slide 311: Charts: Flow in Rapid Clearing Compartment, Carotid Disease - Indefinite Symptoms

Slide 312: Charts: Flow in Rapid Clearing Portion

Slide 313: Table: Patient Group

Slide 314: Table: Patients with Ischemic Infarction and Minimal Residual Deficit

Slide 315: Table: Flow in Rapid Clearing Compartment in CC/100 GM/MIN

Slide 316: Table: Patients with Completed Ischemic Infarction and Moderate Residual

Slide 317: Table: Percent of Studies Showing Specific Abnormalities Separated According To Test Interval

Slide 318: Table: Percent of Studies Showing Specific Abnormalities Separated According To Disease Category

Slide 319: Table: Percent of Studies Showing Specific Abnormalities Separated According To Disease Category

Slide 320: Table: Percent of Probes Showing Various Resources

Slide 321: Table: Patient Group

Slide 322: Table: Percent of Probes Showing Various Resources

Slide 323: List: Abnormalities Seen in Individual Patients

Slide 324: Table: Normal Controls

Slide 325: Table: Percent of Studies Showing Specific Abnormalities

Slide 326: Chart: Flow in Rapid Clearing Compartment

Slide 327: Table 1: Cerebral Blood Flow Studies in Cerebrovascular Disease

 

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Slide 328: List: Goals of Long Term Management

Slide 329: List: Evaluation For Long-Term Management

Slide 330: List: Factors Associated With a Good Prognosis In the Stroke Patient

Slide 331: List: Factors Associated With a Poor Prognosis In the Stoke Patient

Slide 332: Table: Return of Function In Hemiplegia

Slide 333: Outline: Long-Term Management of the Stroke Patient

Slide 334: Outline: Systemic Disorders and Stroke

Slide 335: Outline: Vascular Disease

Slide 336: Outline: Blood Pressure

Slide 337: Outline: Cardiac Disease

Slide 338: Outline: Hematological Disorders

Slide 339: Outline: Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders

Slide 340: Table: Associated Diseases in Cerebrovascular Disease

Slide 341: Labeled "Brain Rasculature"

Slide 342: Unidentified diagram

Slide 343: Diagram labeled "Circle of Willis - Abnormalities"

Slide 344: Figure 1-6: Different Types of Middle Cerebral Artery Infarcts…

Slide 345: Labeled "Subarachoid art anastomes"

 

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Slides 346-365: Various brain scans

 

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Slides 366-385: Photographs of various brains

 

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Slides 386-404: Photographs of Various Brains

 

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Slides 405-421: Photographs of Various Brains

 

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Slides 422-439: Anatomy slides

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Slides 440-454: Various anatomy slides

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Slides 455-471: Various anatomy slides

 

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Slides 472-489: Various anatomy slides

 

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Slides 490-498: Various anatomy slides

 

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Slide 499: Diagram: Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

Slide 500: Diagram: Weber's Syndrome

Slide 501: Chart: Progressive Basilar Artery Occlusion

Slide 502: Outline: Diagnostic Procedures in the Stroke Syndrome

Slide 503: Outline: Diagnostic Procedures in the Stroke Syndrome Radiological Procedures

Slide 504: Outline: Diagnostic Procedures in the Stroke Syndrome

Slide 506: Table: Hemodynamic Effects

Slide 507: Table: Leading Side Effects

Slide 508: Table: Programs of Treatment

Slide 509: Table: Programs of Treatment

Slide 510: Chart: Summary of Antihypertensive Effectiveness of Various Regimens

Slide 511: Flow Chart

Slide 512: Table: Trial Period

Slide 513: Table: Total Incidence of Complications

Slide 514: Table: Causes of Death

Slide 515: Table: Summary of Assessable Events

 

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Slide 516: Outline: Classification of Strokes

Slide 517: Outline: Indications For Cerebral Angiography in Stroke

Slide 518: Outline: Transient Ichemic Attacks - I

Slide 519: Outline: Transient Ichemic Attacks - II

Slide 520: Outline: Diagnostic Work-Up in Stroke Patients

Slide 521: Outline: Treatment of Hypertension

Slide 522: Outline: Medical Therapy of Stroke

Slide 523: Outline: Surgical Therapy of Stroke

Slide 524: Unidentified illustration

Slide 525: Outline: Five principles of management of comatose or Paralyzed patients

Slide 526: Outline: Anticoagulant Therapy

Slide 527: Outline: Vasodilating Agents

Slide 528: Outline: Other drugs in stroke treatment

 

83v. TIA/AHA Slides

 

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Slide 1: Outline: Ingredients of the Profile of Stroke-Proneness

Slide 2: Outline: Gross classification of cerebrovascular disease

Slide 3: Chart: Temporal Profile of Clinical Stroke

Slide 4: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Incidence and Stroke Relationships

Slide 5: Table 1: Infarction Among Untreated TIA Patients

Slide 6: Table 2: Incidence and Cause of Mortality Among TIA Patients

Slide 7: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Underlying Pathophysiology - I

Slide 8: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Underlying Pathophysiology - II

Slide 9: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks - Characteristics

Slide 10: Outline: Clinical Characteristics of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 11: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks - Differential Diagnosis

Slide 12: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks - Precipitating Factors

Slide 13: Outline: Hemodynamic Factors in Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 14: Outline: Cerebral Embolism

Slide 15: Diagram: Cerebral Embolus

Slide 16: Central retinal artery occlusion

Slide 17: Table: Chronology of Woodrow Wilson's Major Illness

Slide 18: Diagram of carotid circulation indicating sites of vessel narrowing and occlusion

Slide 19: Diagram: Functional Anatomy of the Cerebral Anatomies

Slide 20: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks - Carotid Artery System - Unilateral Symptoms

 

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Slide 21: Diagram: Functional Anatomy of the Brain Stem

Slide 22: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Ventrebral-Basilar System

Slide 23: Outline: "Not TIA": Clinical Syndromes Presenting as TIA

Slide 24: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Transient Global Amnesia

Slide 25: Diagram: Sublcavian steal

Slide 26: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Evaluation of Patient - I

Slide 27: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Evaluation of Patient - II

Slide 28: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Medical Therapy

Slide 29:  Outline:  Transient Ischemic Attacks:  Medical Treatment Anticoagulant Therapy - I

Slide 30: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Anticoagulant Therapy - II

Slide 31: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks: Medical Treatment - Aspirin

Slide 32:  Outline:  Transient Ischemic Attacks:  Medical Treatment - Dipyridamole

Slide 33:  Diagram:  Atherosclerosis of Neck Vessels

Slide 34:  Diagram:  Atherosclerosis of Intracranial Arteries

 

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Slide 35: Labeled "Circulation - blood vessels of brain, Anatomy - Injection -  specimen"

Slide 36: Anatomy illustrations

Slide 37: Diagram labeled "Base of brain, Anatomy, Netter"

Slide 38: Illustration of brain labeled "Circle of Willis - 1664"

Slide 39: Illustration of brain labeled "Circle of Willis - 1664, Anatomy, Vesling, 1647, Casserio 1632"

Slide 40: Drawing labeled "Circle of Willis, anatomy"

Slide 41: Diagram: Cerebral Blood Supply: Anastomoses and Collateral Circulation

Slide 42: Labeled "Sub. Arterial Anaston, Anatomy, Van der Ecken"

Slide 43: Diagram labeled "Cerebral hemisphere lateral surface, Anatomy, Blood Supply"

Slide 44: Diagram labeled "Cerebral hemisphere medical surface, Anatomy, Blood Supply"

Slide 45: Diagram labeled "Penetrating lenticulo-striate arteries, Anatomy, End arteries"

Slide 46: Diagram labeled "Penetrating arteries - basal ganglia, Anatomy, end arteries"

Slide 47: Diagram labeled "Penetrating arteries - brain, Anatomy, End arteries"

Slide 48: Diagram labeled "Arteriole nerve, supply brain, anatomy"

Slide 49: Diagram labeled "Capillary anastomsosis, anatomy, brain"

Slide 50: Diagram labeled "Capillaries - brain, anatomy, brain"

Slide 51: Diagram labeled "Venous Circulation Brain, Anatomy"

Slide 52: Diagram labeled "Venous Circulation Anatomy -  Brain"

Slide 53: Fig 4. From Neuropathology of Cerebral Infarction

Slide 54: Diagrams labeled "Infarct size brain re: collateral circ., Anatomy, Zulch"

 

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Slide 55: Outline: Ingredients of the Profile of Stroke -  Proneness

Slide 56: Outline: Ingredients of the Profile of Stroke -  Proneness

Slide 57: Drawing labeled "Cerebral Embolus, Basilar - artery gowers"

Slide 58: Table: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Surgical Treatment - I

Slide 59: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks, Surgical Treatment - II

Slide 60:  Figure:  Metabolism of arachidonic acid in platelets and blood vessel wall

Slide 61:  Table 13:  Clinical Outcome Six Months Following Randomization by Treatment Group and History of  Previous TIAs

Slide 62:  Table 4:  Hemodynamic Causes of Diffuse Cerebral Ischemia

Slide 63:  Figure 2:  Annual Survival Rates of TIA Patients

Slide 64:  Figure 1:  Cumulative probability of completed stroke after the first TIA

Slide 65:  Table 3:  Main Criteria for the Diagnosis of Late-Life Migrainous Accompaniments

Slide 66:  Table 2:  Classification of 120 Patients with Migrainous Accompaniments

Slide 67:  Table 1:  Sites of Arterial Stenosis and Occlusion Cerebrovascular Ischemia

Slide 68:  Table 2:  Carotid Artery TIA:  Presenting Symptoms in 133 Patients

Slide 69:  Table:  Vertebral - Basilar Insufficiency

Slide 70:  Table 3:  Vertebral - Basilar TIA:  Presenting Symptoms in 54 Patients

Slide 71:  Outline:  Transient Ischemic Attacks:  Subclavian Steal Syndrome

 

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Slide 72: Outline: Precipitating Factors of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 73: Outline: General Medical Treatment of Stroke: Platelet Anti-agglutinating Agents

Slide 74: Fig 177. Schematic drawing showing further advance in the softening process with the production of a potential cavity

Slide 75: Labeled "Pathology - CT Scan"

Slide 76: Outline: Cerebral Embolism I

Slide 77: Outline: Cerebral Embolism II

Slide 78: Unidentified diagram

Slide 79: Table: Obstructive Arterial Lesions Sometimes Responsible For Spinal Cord Infarction

Slide 80: Labeled "Hallenhorst Plague"

Slide 81: Labeled "Platelet Embolus"

Slide 82: Labeled "Calcium Plague"

Slide 83: Labeled "Hallenhorst Plague"

Slide 84: Illustrations of Intracranial Aneurysms

Slide 85: Table III: Analysis of the Large and Medium - Sized Hemorrhages Combined

Slide 86: Illustrations of Hypertensive Apoplexy

Slide 87: Table 2: Anticoagulant Therapy and Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 88: Table 5: Results of 1,546 Carotid Operations

Slide 89: Brain diagram

Slide 90: Outline: Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements: Indications For Use

 

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Slide 91: List: Precipitating Factors of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 92: List: Clinical Characteristics of Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 93: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 94: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 95: List: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 96: Outline: Diagnostic Work-Up in TIAs and Stroke Patients

Slide 97: Outline: Laboratory Examination in TIA or Stroke Patients

Slide 98: Outline: Indications For Cerebral Arteriography in Stroke

Slide 99: List: Prospective TIA Study: Mortality

Slide 100: List: Prospective TIA Study: Angiograms

Slide 101: List: Prospective TIA Study: 56 Untreated Patients

Slide 102: List: Prospective TIA Study: 45 Medically Treated Patients

Slide 103: List: Prospective TIA Study: 124 Surgically Treated Patients

Slide 104: List: Prospective TIA Study: Cerebral Infarction

Slide 105: List: Prospective TIA Study: Mortality

Slide 106: Figure: Estimate of probability of dying form heart disease and cerebral infarction

Slide 107: Prospective TIA Study: Factors for Improved Results

Slide 108: Prospective TIA Study: Purposes

Slide 109: Prospective TIA Study: 225 Patients

Slide 110: Outline: Ingredients of the Profile of Stroke-Proneness

 

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Slide 111: List: General Medical Treatment of Stroke:  Objectives

Slide 112: Outline: General Medical Treatment of Stroke: Goal

Slide 113: Outline: General Medical Treatment of Stroke: Treatment of Cerebral Edema

Slide 114: Outline: Evaluation of TIA and Acute Stroke Patients:  Patient Interview

Slide 115: Outline: Evaluation of TIA and Acute Stroke Patients:  Physical Examination

Slide 116: Outline: Surgical Therapy of Stroke

Slide 117: Outline: Diagnostic Work-Up in Stroke Patients

Slide 118: Outline: Medical Therapy of Stroke

Slide 119: Outline: General Medical Treatment of Stroke: Control of Blood Pressure

Slide 120: Outline: Other Drugs in Stroke Treatment

Slide 121: Outline: Five Principles of Management of Comatose or Paralyzed Patient

Slide 122: Outline: Vasodilating Agents

Slide 123: Outline: Neurovascular Examination

Slide 124:  Outline:  Electrocardiographic Monitoring

Slide 125: Outline: Classification of TIAs and Strokes

Slide 126: Outline: Transient Ischemic Attacks

Slide 127: Table 6: Normal Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Values in Man

Slide 128: Table 1: Cerebral-Blood Flow Values Obtained by Different Investigators Using the Fick-Principle Technique

Slide 129: Outline: Anticoagulant Therapy II

Slide 130: Outline: Anticoagulant Therapy I

 

Page 9: Page labeled "Anatomy: Cerebral Circul."

  

Slide 131: Diagram labeled "Siles Atherosclerosis"

Slide 132: Unidentified illustration

Slides 133-136: Various drawings labeled "Circle of Willis"

Slide 137: Drawing labeled "Cerebral Ischemia: OSMM"

Slide 138: Diagram labeled "Boarder zone infarct"

Slide 139: Drawing labeled "Zone infarct"

Slide 140: Diagram labeled "Zulch infarct"

Slide 141: Illustration: Chronic Subdural Hematoma in Adults

Slide 142: Illustration: Venous Anomalies

Slide 143: Chart: Hypertensive Encephalopathy

Slide 144: Chart: Disturbance of Lipid Metabolism

 

Page 10: Anatomy: Cerebral Circul. (continued)

  

Slide 145: Diagram labeled "Aneurysm form."

Slide 146: Drawing labeled "Posterior fossa, IIIrd nerve, Hernization"

Slides 147-148: Drawings labeled "Herniation"

Slides 149-150: Unidentified illustrations

Slide 151: Diagram labeled "Nerve supply"

Slide 152: Charts labeled "Fog reaction artery to increase blood pressure"

Slide 153: Fig 174. Diagram illustrating the arrangement of the Basal branches of the middle cerebral artery

Slide 154: Drawing labeled "Cortical penetrating"

Slide 155: Diagram labeled "Cortical arteries brain"

Slide 156: Drawing labeled "Penetrating cortical vessels"

Slide 157: Figure 3-1. Scheme of the intracerebral blood supply

Slide 158: Drawing labeled "Penetrating arteries"

Slide 159: Drawing labeled "lenticulostriate"

Slide 160: Drawing labeled "lenticulostriate"

Slide 161: Unidentified drawing

Slide 162: Labeled "penetrating vessels"

Slides 163-164: Unidentified drawings

 

Page 11: Labeled "Pathology CVD Pathophysiol."

  

Slide 165: Diagram labeled "Atherosclerosis"

Slide 166: Unidentified photo

Slide 167: Diagram: Atherosclerosis in Circle of Willis"

Slide 168: Unidentified drawing

Slide 169: Drawing: Recent Cerebral Infarction

Slide 170: Unidentified drawing

Slide 171: Drawing: Old Cerebral Infarction

Slide 172: Unidentified scan

Slide 173: Drawing labeled "Location micro aneurysms Yates"

Slide 174: Table 1: Causes of 48 Non-Hypertensive Intracerebral Hemorrhages in 1217 Autopsies

Slide 175: Diagram: Subdural Hematom

Slides 176-181: Unidentified images

Subseries C, The History of Neurology, 84v.-90v., is a collection of scrapbooks that present neurological information in two distinct formats: photocopies and slides. Volumes 82-89 which are entitled Neurology I and II, include photocopies of titlepages, drawings, medical illustrations, portraits, and paintings as well as earliest beginnings to the middle of the 20th century. With the exception of 83v.-84v., the remainder of the scrapbooks in this subseries (85v.-89v.) are comprised entirely of slides that correlate with Dr. McHenry’s photocopies in presenting a complete overview of the history of neurology. Volume 89 includes slides from a presentation "A Psycic Analysis of the American Neurological Association" by Milt Gross, presented at an Annual Meeting for the American Neurological Association, and Charles Bell’s watercolors of the wounded at the Battle of Waterloo from the Royal Army Medical College (London). All slides in this subseries are as Dr. McHenry selected, arranged, and identified them.

Slides in this subseries include:

86v. Blue Notebook labeled, "History of Neurology I: Ancient to 18th Century"

 

Page 1:

 

Slides 1-3: Page from book labeled, "Caius MS brain"

Slide 4: Sketch of the human body

Slides 5-6: Sketch of the upper human body

Slides 7-8: Same as slide #4   

Slides 9-10: Sketch of human face

Slide 11: Bust labeled, "Hippocrates"

Slide 12: Drawing of brain labeled, "Leonardo da Vinci: Base of brain-reteventicular injection"

Slides 13-14: Sketch of upper body from the neck up labeled, "Da Vinci"

Slide 15: Page labeled, "Da Vinci"

Slide 16: Photograph of Iron Lung in the Dorothy Carpenter Medical Archives   

Slide 17: Same as slide #12

Slide 18: Same as slide #15

 

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Slide 19: Drawing of the upper body labeled, "Peylick"

Slide 20: Page from book labeled, "Peylick, 1499"

Slide 21: Page from book labeled, "Peylick"

Slide 22: Page from book labeled, "Peylick, 1496"

Slide 23: Drawing of the head labeled, "Hundt"

Slide 24: Page from book labeled, "Hundt, 1501"

Slide 25: Drawing of side view of the head labeled, "Albertus Mag."

Slide 26: Sketch labeled, "Albertus Mag. 1496"

Slide 27: Drawing of the head labeled, "Reisch"

Slide 28: Page from book labeled, "Reisch, 1512"

Slide 29: Page from book labeled, "Fries, 1519"

Slide 30: Page from book labeled, "Fries, 1519"

Slide 31: Page from book labeled, "Berengario, 1523"

Slide 32: Page from book labeled, "Berengario"

 

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Slide 33: Page from book labeled, "Drylander, 1536"

Slide 34: Page from book labeled, "Drylander"

Slide 35: Sketch from book labeled, "Drylander"

Slide 36: Sketch from book labeled, "Drylander"

Slide 37: Sketch from book labeled, "Drylander"

Slide 38: Sketch from book labeled, "Drylander"

Slide 39: Sketch from book labeled, "Geminus"

Slide 40: Drawing of the brain labeled, "Vesalius (1545); base brain; No circle"

Slide 41: Sketch labeled, "Geminus, 1545"

Slide 42: Drawing of male and female labeled, "Geminus"

Slide 43: Sketch of veins and bones labeled, "Geminus"

Slide 44: Sketch of upper body veins and bones labeled, "Geminus"

Slide 45: Drawing of brain labeled, "Geminus 1."

Slide 46: Drawing of brain labeled, "Geminus 2."

Slide 47: Drawing of brain labeled, "A. Vesalius; Geminus engraving"

Slide 48: Drawing of brain labeled, "Geminus 4."

Slide 49: Drawing labeled, "A. Vesalius; rete mirable"

Slide 50: Sketch labeled, "Vesalius; 1543; stroke; retermirable; pituita;

Slide 51: Same as slide #49

Slide 52: Sketch of veins and bones

 

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Slides 53-59: Various pages from book labeled, "Estienne, 1546"

Slides 60-63: Various sketches of the brain

Slides 64-65: Drawing from book labeled, "Estienne, 1546"

Slide 66: Drawing labeled, "Eustachio, 1552’

Slide 67: Drawing of brain

Slide 68: Page from book labeled, "Eustachio, 1564"

Slide 69: Drawing of person labeled, "Eustachii"

 

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Slide 70: Page from book labeled, "Bartisch, 1583"

Slide 71: Sketch labeled, "Bartisch"

Slide 72: Sketch labeled, "Bartisch"

Slide 73: Sketch labeled, "Bartisch"

Slide 74: Page from book labeled, "Varioli, 1591"

Slide 75: Page from book labeled, "Varioli, 1591"

Slide 76: Pages from book labeled, "Varioli, 1591"

Slide 77: Sketch labeled, "Varioli"

Slide 78: Page from book labeled, "Crooke, 1631"

Slide 79: Page from book labeled, "Crooke, 1631"

Slide 80: Sketch labeled, "Crooke"

Slide 81: Page from book labeled, "Casserio, 1632"

Slide 82: Drawing of head labeled, "Casserio, 1632"

Slide 83: Drawing of head labeled, "Casserio, 1632"

Slide 84: Drawing of head labeled, "Casserio, 1632

Slides 85-88: Drawings of brain labeled, "Circle Base Brain; Casserio; 1627"

Slide 89: Part of text from Shakespeare's Henry IV

 

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Slides 90-93: Pages from book labeled, "Veslings"

Slide 94: Drawing labeled, "Circle of Willis - Vesling"

Slide 95: Portrait of Johannes Veslings

Slide 96: Two drawings of the brain

Slides 97-99: Pages from book labeled, "Highmore"

Slide 100: Page from book labeled, "Blasius, 1666"

Slide 101: Page from book labeled, "Blasius, 1681"

Slides 102-106: Sketches labeled, "Blasius"

 

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Slide 107: Portrait of Rene Descartes

Slide 108: Page from book labeled, "Descartes, 1662"

Slides 109-115: Various drawings labeled, "Descartes"

Slide 116: Page from book labeled, "Descartes, 1677"

Slides 117-118: Various drawings labeled, "Descartes"

Slide 119: Page from book labeled, "Bayle, 1677"

Slide 120: Page from book labeled, "Nyman, 1670"

Slide 121: Page from book labeled, "Steno, 1671"

Slide 122: Page from book labeled, "Bohn, 1686"

Slide 123: Portrait labeled, "Bohn"   

 

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Slide 124: Portrait of Thomas Willis, M.D.

Slides 125-127: Portrait of Thomas Willis, M.D. and Title Page of Book

Slides 128-131: Drawing of Brain labeled, "Circle of Willis; Willis, 1664"

Slides 132-135: Various drawings labeled, "Willis"

Slide 136: Page from book labeled, "Title Page: Apoplexia, 1658; J.J. Wepfer"

Slide 137: Portrait labeled, "Johann Jakob Wepfer"

Slide 138: Slide 136 and 137 together

Slide 139: Page from book labeled, "Johann Jakob Wepfner"

Slide 140: Same as slide #138

Slide 141: Drawing labeled, "Mistichelli - 1709; hemiparetic leg"

Slide 142: Portrait of Antonius Leeuwenhock

Slide 143: Page from book labeled, "Leewenhoek, 1677"

 

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Slide 144: Portrait labeled, "Vieussens, 1685"

Slide 145: Portrait labeled, "Vieussens, 1685"

Slide 146: Page from book labeled, "Vieussens, 1685"

Slides 147-152: Various drawings labeled, "Vieussens"

Slides 153-155: Various pages from book labeled, "Vieussens"

Slide 156: Page from book labeled, "Ridley, 1695"

Slides 157-162: Various drawings labeled, "Ridley"

Slide 163: Drawings labeled, "Gaspard Vieusseux: Lateral Medullary Syndrome"

 

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Slide 164: Title page from book labeled, "Cowper, 1698"

Slides 165-167: Various drawings labeled, "Cowper"

Slide 168: Portrait labeled, "Cowper"

Slide 169: Portrait labeled, "Fred. Ruysch - 1721"

Slide 170: Title page of book labeled, "Fred. Ruysch"

Slide 171: Drawing labeled, "Ruysch"

Slide 172: Portrait labeled, "Ruysch"

Slide 173: Drawing of brain labeled, "Fred. Ruysch: injection brain Vasculature"

Slide 174: Drawing of brain labeled, "Fred. Ruysch: injection brain Vasculature"

Slides 175-176: Various drawings labeled, "Ruysch"

Slides 177-182: Various unlabeled drawing of brain and body

 

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Slide 183: Title page from book labeled, "Stuart, 1739"

Slide 184: Page from book labeled, "Stuart"

Slide 185: Drawing labeled, "Stuart"

Slide 186: Drawing labeled, "Stuart, Hales, 1730"

Slide 187: Title page from book labeled, "Pacchioni, 1741"

Slides 188-189: Various drawings labeled, "Pacchioni, 1741"

Slide 190: Title page from labeled, "Bonhomme, 1748"

Slides 191-195: Drawings labeled, "Bonhomme"

Slide 196: Title page of book labeled, "Du Petit, 1710"

Slide 197: Drawing labeled, "Du Petit, 1710"

Slide 198: Title page of book labeled, "Flemying, 1751"

Slide 199: Pages from book labeled, "Flemying"

Slide 200: Title page of book labeled, "Flemying"

 

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Slide 201: Portrait labeled, "Whytt"

Slide 202: Title page of essay labeled "Whytt; Essay 1751"

Slide 203: Title page of book labeled, "Whytt; Dropsy; 1768"

Slide 204: Title page of book labeled, "Swammerdam; 1758"

Slide 205: Drawing labeled, "Swammerdam, 1758"

Slide 206: Title page of book labeled, "Duverney, 1761"

Slide 207: Drawing labeled, "Duverney"

Slide 208: Title page of book labeled, "Haller; 1762"

Slide 209: Title page of book labeled, "Haller; Anatomy"

Slides 210-211: Various drawings of brain labeled, "Haller"

Slide 212: Portrait of Hermannus Bowhaave

Slide 213: Title page of book labeled, "Boerhaave, 1763"

Slide 214: Portrait labeled, "Cotungo"

Slide 215: Title page labeled, "Cotungo, 1764"

Slide 216: Drawing labeled, "Cotungo"

 

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Slide 217: Portrait of Samuel Thomas von Soemmering

Slide 218: Title page of book labeled, "Soemmering, 1768"

Slides 219-222: Various drawings of the brain labeled, "Soemmering"

Slide 223: Title page of book labeled, "D'Agoty; 1775"

Slide 224: Drawing (color) labeled, "D'Agoty"

Slides 225-226: Various drawings (color) labeled, "D'Agoty; 1775"

Slide 227: Drawing (color) labeled, "Jan L'Admiral (1698-1773); Injection menigias sufare brain Ruysch"

Slides 228-229: Drawing (color) labeled, "Jan L'Admiral"

Slide 230: Drawing labeled, "Aldini; Beheaded persons"

Slides 231: Portrait of Albertus De Haller

Slide 232: Same as slide # 230

 

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Slide 233: Portrait of Alexander Monro

Slide 234: Title page of book labeled, "Monro, 1783"

Slides 235-238: Various drawings labeled, "Monro"

Slide 239: Portrait of Felix Vicq D'Azyr"

Slide 240: Page from book labeled, "Vicq d'Azyr, 1784"

Slides 241-250: Various drawings labeled, "Vicq d'Azyr"

 

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Slides 251-258: Various drawings (color) labeled, "Vicq d' Azyr"

Slide 259: Title page of book labeled, "Mayers, 1788"

Slide 260: Drawing labeled, "Mayers"

Slide 261: Title page of book labeled, "Gennari, 1782"

Slides 262-263: Drawings of brain labeled, "Gennari"

 

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Slide 264: Portrait of Luigi Galvani

Slides 265: Title page from book labeled, "Galvani, 1792"

Slides 266-267: Drawings labeled, "Galvani"

Slide 268: Title page of book labeled, "Chiarugi, 1794"

Slide 269: Drawing labeled, "Chiarugi"

Slide 270: Portrait of Johann Christian Reil

Slide 271: Title page of book labeled, "Reil, 1809"

Slides 272-273: Drawings labeled, "Reil"

Slide 274: Portrait

Slides 275-276: Drawing of brain labeled, "Rolando"

Slide 277: Title page of book labeled, "Rolando; 1824"

Slide 278: Title page of book labeled, "Rolando; 1809"

Slides 279-280: Drawings labeled, "Rolando; 1809"

Slide 281: Drawing labeled, "Rolando"

 

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Slide 282: Portrait of Jan Purkyne

Slide 283: Text labeled, "Purkyne"

Slide 284: Title page of book labeled, "Purkyne; 1838"

Slide 285: Drawings labeled, "Purkyne"

Slide 286: Title page of book labeled, "Longet, 1842"

Slide 287: Drawing labeled, "Longet, 1842"

Slide 288: Title page of book labeled, "Bidder, 1847"

Slide 289: Drawing labeled, "Bidder, 1847"

Slide 290: Text labeled, "Waller, 1850"

Slide 291: Drawing labeled, "Waller"

Slide 292: Title page of book labeled, "Dieters; 1865"

Slide 293: Drawing labeled, "Dieters; 1865"

Slide 294: Portrait labeled, "Ranvier"

Slide 295: Portrait of L.A. Ranvier

Slide 296: Drawing labeled, "Ranvier"

Slide 297: Title page of book labeled, "Ranvier, 1878"

Slide 298: Drawing labeled, "Bevin-Lewis, 1879"

Slide 299: Portrait labeled, "Golgi"

Slides 300-301: Drawing labeled, "Golgi"

 

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Slide 302: Portrait labeled, "Mayo"

Slide 303: Title page of book labeled, Mayo, 1827"

Slides 304-306: Drawings labeled "Mayo"

Slide 307: Title page of book labeled, "Leuret, 1839"

Slide 308: Title page of book labeled, "Ehrenberg, 1836"

Slide 309: Drawings labeled, "Ehrenberg, 1836"

Slide 310: Title page of book labeled, "Foville, 1844"

Slide 311: Drawing labeled, "Foville, 1844"

Slide 312: Drawing labeled, "Leuret"

Slide 313: Drawing labeled, "Foville"

Slide 314: Title page of book labeled, "Baillarger, 1872"

Slide 315: Drawing labeled, "Baillarger, 1872"

Slides 316-317: Drawings labeled, "Goll"

Slide 318: Text labeled, "Burdach, 1819"

Slides 319-320: Drawings labeled, "Burdach"

 

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Slide 321: Portrait labeled, "Luys"

Slide 322: Title page of book labeled, "Luys, 1874"

Slides 323-324: Drawings labeled, "Luys"

Slide 325: Title page labeled, "Luys, 1873"

Slides 326-327: Drawings labeled, "Luys"

Slide 328: Photograph labeled, "Flechsig"

Slide 329: Title page of book labeled, "Flechsig, 1876"

Slides 330-334: Drawings of the brain labeled, "Flechsig"

Slide 335: Drawing of brain labeled, "Gratiolet"


87v.-88v. Blue Notebook, "Anatomy/Physiology and Clinical"
 Page 1:
 Slide 1: Skulls and busts of Gall labeled, "Wisconsin Studies of Medical History, No. 1, 1956, Plate I"

 Slide 2: Drawings labeled, "Phrenology, Spurzheim, Plate II"

Slide 3: Drawings labeled, "Phrenology, Spurzheim, Plate VII"

Slide 4: Drawings labeled, "Anatomy of the Brain, Spurzheim, Plate VI"

Slide 5: Drawings labeled, "Anatomy of the Brain, Spurzheim, Plate VII"

Slide 6: Drawings labeled, "Anatomy of the Brain, Spurzheim, Plate XI"

Slide 7: Drawing labeled, "Anatomies et Physiologie Gall and Spurzheim, Plate X"

Slide 8: Drawing labeled, "Anatomy of the Brain, Spurzheim, Plate X"

Slide 9: Drawing labeled, "Anatomy of the Brain, Spurzheim, Plate VIII"

Slide 10: Drawing labeled, "Gall et Spurzheim, Plate II"

Slide 11: Drawing labeled, "Gall et Spurzheim, Plate I"

 Page 2: 
  Slide 12: Portrait labeled, "J.G. Spurzheim, M.D."

Slide 13: Title page from book, Observations on the Structure ofThe Brain… by John Gordon, M.D.

Slide 14: Title page from book, The Anatomy of the Brain…by J.G. Spurzheim, M.D.

Slide 15: Title page from book, Anatomie et Physiologie… by Gall and Spurzheim

Slide 16: Title page from book, Examination of the Objections Made In Britain Against The Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim by Rich Chenevix

Slide 17: Title page from October 1888 Issue of the American Phrenological Journal

Slide 18: Title page from Phrenology Examiner by P. Flourens

Slide 19: Title page of Phrenological Illustrations by George Cruikshank

Slide 20: Fig 1 - The phrenological system of Gall seen from profile for numbers see text

Slide 21: Fig 2 - The phrenological system of Gall, frontal view

Slide 22: Fig 6 - The phrenological system of Spurzheim seen in Profile. For numbers see text

Slide 23: Phrenology: Figure of a Perfect Head

Slide 24: Pages from book labeled, "Manuel of Phrenology, Plate 1 and 2"

Slide 25: Pages from book labeled, "Phrenology, Spurzheim, p. 362-363"

Slide 26: Pages from book labeled, "Sections Traced from Cranium of Dr. Spurzheim; Annals of Phrenology"

Slide 27: Fig. 7 - The Phrenological System of Spurzheim, frontal view

 Page 3: 
  Slide 28: Title page of The Morbid Anatomy of the Human Brain by Robert Hooper, M.D.

Slides 29-30: Portrait and title page of above

Slide 31: Drawing labeled, "Robert Hooper, purulent meningitis"

Slides 32-33: Drawing labeled, "Robert Hooper, stroke, plate, cerebral hemorrhage"

Slides 34-38: Various drawings labeled, "Hooper"

Slide 39: Various illustrations labeled, "Jean Cruveilhier, plate cerebral hemorrhage"

Slide 40: Various illustrations labeled, "Jean Cruveilhier, brain tumors"

Slides 41-46: Various illustrations labeled, "Cruv"

 Page 4: 
  Slide 47: Unidentified illustration

Slides 48-53: Various illustrations labeled, "Cruv"

Slides 54-55: Illustrations labeled, "Robert Carswell, Stroke, plate 1, cerebral hemorrhage"

Slide 56: Illustrations labeled, "Robert Carswell, path., atrophy, MS"

Slides 57-58: Illustrations labeled, "Carswell"

Slide 59: Illustrations labeled, "Carswell, 1838"

Slide 60: Portrait of Dr. Richard Bright and Title Page of book Reports of Medical Cases

Slide 61: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, plate 19, cerebral atherosclerosis"

Slide 62: Illustration of brain labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Fig 15, cerebral infarct"

Slide 63: Illustration of brain labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Fig 16, cerebral infaret (cut)"

Slide 64: Illustration of brain labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Fig 5, Venous thrombosis"

Slide 65: Illustration of brain labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Fig 6, venous thrombosis (cut)"

 Page 5: 
  Slide 66: Portrait of Dr. Richard Bright and title page of book Reports of Medical Cases

Slide 67: Title page of above book

Slide 68: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 1, pontine tumor (cut)"

Slides 69-70: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 2, pontine tumor"

Slides 71-72: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, plate, cerebral hemorrhage"

Slide 73: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, cerebral infarct Fig. 15"

Slide 74: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Fig. 16, cerebral infarct, Fig 15"

Slide 75: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, Plate 19, cerebral atherosclerosis"

Slide 76: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, plate 20, brain stem and cerebellar hemorrhages"

Slide 77: Illustrations labeled, "Richard Bright, stroke, plate 23, apoplexy"

Slide 78: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 27, brain tumor"

Slide 79: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 28, brain tumor (cut)"

 Page 6: 
  Slide 80: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 29, Tbc tumors brain"

Slide 81: Illustration labeled, "Richard Bright, plate 30, Tbc tumors brain (cut)"

Slides 82-84: Various illustrations of the brain

Slide 85: Portrait of Dr. Richard Bright

Slide 86: Title page of Dr. Richard Bright's book, Reports of Medical Cases

Slides 87-91: Various illustrations of the brain labeled, "Bright"

Slide 92: Portrait labeled, "Alzheimer"

Slide 93: Illustrations labeled, "From Alzheimers neurofibrils"

Slide 94: Illustration labeled, "Brodal"

Slide 95: Illustration labeled, "Brodal, brain stem"

  Page 7: 
   Slide 96: Title page of publication by Duret, 1878

 Slides 97-103: Various illustrations labeled, "Duret"

Slide 104: Illustrations labeled, "Experimental hemorrhage, stroke Duret"

 Slide 105: Illustration labeled, "J.M. Charcot, Duret, stroke, penetrating arteries"

 Slide 106: Title page of Cases of Apoplexy and Lethargy by J. Cheyne, M.D.

 Slide 107: Portrait labeled, "John Cheyne"

 Slide 108: Drawing labeled, "John Cheyne, stroke, cerebral infarct"

 Slide 109: Drawing labeled, "John Cheyne, stroke, cerebral infarct"

 Slides 110-111: Drawing labeled, "John Cheyne, subarachnoid hemorrhage, stroke"

 Slide 112: Drawing labeled, "John Cheyne, infarct, basal ganglia, stroke"

 Slides 113-115: Various drawings labeled, "Cheyne"

  Page 8: 
  Slides 116-117: Illustration (b/w & color) labeled, "Beevor, Fig. 1 and 2"

 Slides 118-119: Illustration (b/w & color) labeled, "Beevor, Fig. 3 and 4"

 Slide 120: Diagram labeled, "Beever, Fig. 5 and 6"

 Slide 121: Diagram labeled, "Beever, Fig. 7 and 8"

 Slide 122: Diagram labeled, "Beever, Fig. 9 and 10"

 Slide 123: Illustration (b/w & color) labeled, "Charles Beevor, stroke, horizontal section, brain vascular injection, Fig. 7-8"

Slide 124: Diagram labeled, "Beever, Fig. 11 and 12"

Slide 125: Illustrator labeled, "Charles Beever, stroke, cornal section, vascular injection"

Slides 126-127: Illustration (b/w & color) labeled, "Beevor, Fig. 13 and 14"

Slide 128: Title page of A Study of Some Points of the Pathology of Cerebral Hemorrhage by Charles Bouchard

Slide 129: Illustrations labeled, "Charcot - Bouchard, stroke, miliary aneuryms"

 Page 9: 
  Slide 130: Title page of book by S. Ramon Cajal, 1911

Slide 131: Page with diagram from Cajal's book

Slide 132: Diagram labeled, "Cajal"

Slide 133: Page with diagram from Cajal's book

Slide 134: Diagram labeled, "Cajal"

Slide 135: Portrait of Cajal

Slide 136: Portrait of labeled, "Gudden"

Slide 137: Portrait of MJP Flourens

Slide 138: Portrait labeled, "Flourens"

Slide 139: Title page of book by Flourens, 1824

Slide 140: Title page of book, Experiments of the Principle of Life by M. Legallois, 1813

Slide 141: Diagram labeled, "Legallois"

Slides 142-143: Unidentified drawings

Slide 144: Portrait labeled, "Magendie"

Slide 145: Title page of book by Magendie, 1839

 Page 10: 
  Slide 146: Title page of New Memoir of The Nervous System by Marshall Hall, M.D. , c. 1843

Slides 147-149: Various illustrations labeled, "Hall 1843" and "Hall 1841"

Slide 150: Title page of Disease and Derrangements of the Nervous System by Marshall Hall, c. 1841       

Slides 151-156: Various drawings and diagrams labeled, "Hall 1841"

Slide 157: Title page of book by Claude Bernard, c. 1858"

Slides 158-159: Pages from Bernards book

Slide 160: Portrait labeled, "Bernard"

Slide 161: Portrait labeled, "Hall"

 Page 11: 
  Slides 162-163: Photograph labeled, "Duchenne"

Slide 164: Title page of book by Duchenne, 1861

Slide 165: Page from Duchenne's book labeled "atrophy hands"

Slides 166-167: Drawings labeled, "Duchenne"

Slide 168: Drawing labeled, "Muscular dystrophy"

Slide 169: Page from book and sketch labeled, "Duchenne, Muscular dystrophy"

Slide 170: Title page of book by Duchenne, 1862

Slide 171: same as slides 162, 163

Slide 172: slides 170 and 171

Slide 173: Portrait labeled, "Romberg"

Slide 174: Title page of book by Romberg

 Page 12: 
  Slide 175: Portrait labeled, "Bell"

Slide 176: Title page of book, Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain By Charles Bell

Slides 177-178: Illustration (color) labeled, "Charles Bell, stroke, carotid artery, MS"

Slide 179: Title page of book, Engravings of the Arteries by Charles Bell

Slide 180-186: Various illustrations of the brain labeled, "Bell"

Slide 187: Title page of book An Exposition of The Natural System of the Nerves of The Human Body by Charles Bell, 1824

Slide 188: Drawing labeled, "Bell, 1824"

Slide 189: Title page of book The Nervous System of theHumanBody by Charles Bell, 1830

Slides 190-191: Drawings labeled, "Bell, 1830"

Slide 192: Title page of Third edition of Bell's book

Slides 193-194: Drawings labeled, "Bell, 1844"

 Page 13: 
  Slides 195-206: Various illustrations of the brain and upper body labeled, "Bell, 1844", "Bell, 1801", and "Bell 1802"

Slides 207-210: Various paintings (not labeled)

 Page 14: 
  Slides 211-223: Various paintings (not labeled)

Slides 224-230: Various drawings and portraits labeled, "From:  Sir Charles Bell His Life and Times"

 Page 15: 
  Slides 231-247: Various paintings (not labeled)

 


89v. Blue Notebook, "History of Neurology; Hammond, Philadelphia"
 Page 1:
 Slides 1-2: Photograph of person labeled, "Denny-Brown"

Slide 3: Copy of article, "The Treatment of Recurrent Cerebrovascular Symptoms and the Question of "Vasopasm" by D. Denny-Brown, M.D. labeled, "Med. Cl. N. America, 1951"

Slide 4: Photograph labeled, "Dejerine"

Slide 5: Photograph labeled, "Horsley"

Slide 6: Photograph labeled, "Broca"

Slide 7: Photograph labeled, "Berger"

Slide 8: Photograph labeled, "Oppenheim"

Slide 9: Photograph labeled, "Erb"

Slide 10: Photograph labeled, "Barnay"

Slide 11: Photograph labeled, "Head"

Slide 12: Unidentified photograph

Slide 13: Bust labeled, "John Aborcrombie"

Slide 14: Unidentified photograph

Slide 15: Photograph labeled, "Sir Charles Sherrington"

Slide 16: Portrait labeled, "John Cooke"

Slide 17: Drawing labeled, "Sir Gordon M. Holmes"

Slide 18: Portrait labeled, "John Russell Reynolds"

Slide 19: Portrait of William Gowers

Slide 20: Portrait of Schwann

 Page 2: 
  Slide 21: Portrait labeled, "Fothergill"

Slide 22: Portrait labeled, "Gall"

Slide 23: Portrait labeled, "Kolliker"

Slide 24: Portrait of Sir John Russell Reynolds

Slide 25: Photographs labeled, "Henry Head Rivers"

Slide 26: Portrait labeled, "Hughlings Jackson"

Slide 27: Portrait of Henry Charlton Bastian

Slide 28: Portrait of Sir Victor Horsley

Slide 29: Photograph labeled, "Sir Byron Bramwell"

Slide 30: Title page of "Essay on the Shaking Palsy" by James Parkinson

Slide 31: Title page of Journal, "Brain: A Journal of Neurology, Vol I."

Slide 32: Title page of book

Slide 33: Title page of, "A Treatise on the Chemical Constitution of the Brain" by J.L.W. Thudicum, M.D.

Slide 34: Drawings labeled, "Babinski"

Slide 35: Portrait of Ivan Mikhailovich Sechenov

Slide 36: Portrait labeled, "V. Bekhterev"

Slide 37: Photograph labeled, "Korsakoff"

Slide 38: Photograph labeled, "Garrison"

Slide 39: Photograph of Charles Edward Beevor

 Page 3: 
  Slides 40-46: Unidentified slides

Slide 47: Mornington Cresent, London, in 1946

Slide 48: Queen Anne Street, London, in 1946

Slide 49: Group photograph of the staff of The National Hospital, 1906

Slide 50: Group photograph of the staff of The National Hospital, 1886

Slide 51: Unidentified photograph

Slide 52: Portrait of Charles Burney (1726-1814) by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Slide 53: Church Street, Hackney, as it was between 1850 & 1870

Slide 54: Derwent House, Coggeshall

Slide 55: The National Hospital, Queen Square, in 1866

Slide 56: "The Mouth of the Lyn," an etching by Sir William Gowers and presented to Susan, daughter of Dr. James Taylor

Slide 57: Title page of Gower's Manual, Vol. 2

Slide 58: Unidentified drawings of brain

Slide 59: Portrait unidentified

 Page 4: 
  Slide 60: Unidentified

Slide 61: The Honorary Medical Staff of the National Hospital Queen Square, 1887

Slide 62: Drawing of spasms

Slide 63: Drawing of Late Stages of pseudo-hypertrophic paralysis

Slide 64: Title page of Gower's Spinal Cord

Slide 65: Drawing of the spinal column

Slide 66: Diagram of a section of the spinal cord in the cervical region

Slides 67-68: Unidentified drawings

Slide 69: Title page of Gower's Manual, Vol. I

Slide 70: Unidentified portrait

Slide 71: Unidentified diagram

Slide 72: Unidentified drawing

Slide 73: Drawing from book

Slide 74: Drawing from book of right facial paralysis

Slide 75: Drawing from book

Slide 76: Drawing from book labeled, "Neuropathy; Gowers"

Slide 77: Drawing from book labeled, "Gower's; knee-jerk"

Slide 78: Unidentified portrait

 Page 5: 
  Slide 79: Drawing of facial paralysis

Slide 80: Drawing of wrist-drop from lead poisoning

Slide 81: Drawing of spasm

Slide 82: Drawing of Hysterical ptosis

Slide 83: Diagram of the course of the pyramidal tract of the right hemisphere

Slides 84-85: Various drawings of the brain

Slide 86: Drawings of lesions

Slide 87: Unidentified drawings

Slide 88: Drawings of paralysis

Slide 89: Various drawings of the brain

Slide 90: Various drawings of the brain

Slides 91-92: Drawing labeled, "William Gowers; stroke; Basil Artery embolus"

Slide 94: Drawing of tumor of the cerebellum

Slides 95-96: Drawings of tumor

Slide 97: Diagram of auditory centre and motor speech of brain

 Page 6: 
  Slides 98-99: Portrait labeled, "J.M. Charcot"

Slide 100: Drawing labeled, "J.M. Charcot; stroke; Fig 10, p. 51 Aborization of cerebral artery - no anastomisis"

Slide 101: Illustration labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 102: Pencil portrait of Charcot

Slides 103-105: Drawings labeled, "Charcot; Charcot's Clinic"

Slide 106: Title page of Nouvelle Iconograhie Salpetriere

Slide 107: title page of book by Charcot, 1878

Slide 108: Page from publication concerning Charcot

Slide 109: Drawing of brain labeled, "J.M Charcot; stroke; Fig 15, p. 61; softening - infarction ascending frontal concolution"

Slide 110: Drawing labeled, "J.M. Charcot; stroke; Fig 8, p. 51; arterial circle at base of brain"

 Slide 111: Drawing of brain labeled, "J.M. Charcot; Fig 37; p. 133; Stroke; cerebral infaret of cortex sparing central masses"

 Slide 112: Illustration labeled, "J.M. Charcot"

Slide 113: Drawing of brain labeled, "J.M. Charcot; distribution of Sylvian artery; Fig 9, p. 49"

Slide 114: Drawing labeled, "Brain stem vasculat; Duret; stroke"

Slide 115: Diagram of brain labeled, "J.M. Charcot; Fig 24, p.88"

Slide 116: Diagram of brain labeled, "J.M. Charcot, Fig 25, p.89"

Slide 117: Drawings of brain labeled, "J.M Charcot, Fig 13-14, p.60"

 Page 7: 
  Slide 118: Unidentified drawing of the human body

Slides 119-120: Carving labeled, "Poliomyelitis; Egyptian priest"

Slides 121-123: Carving labeled, "Wounded Lion"

Slide 124: Bust labeled, "Facial Paralysis"

Slide 125: Drawing labeled, "Facial Palsy"

Slide 126: Unidentified text

Slide 127: Drawing labeled, "Brueghel, 1642"

Slide 128: Drawing labeled, "Muscle atrophy, 1620"

Slides 129-130: Unidentified drawing

Slide 131: Drawing labeled, "Paralytics; Nouv. Icon Salp"

Slide 132: Drawing labeled, "Rapheal paralysis"

Slide 133: Drawing labeled, "Bosch"

Slide 134: Drawing labeled, "Atrophy hand; 1613"

Slide 135: Drawing labeled, "Hemiplegia; Callot"

Slides 136-137: Caricature "A Craniological Examination"

 Page 8: 
  Slides 138-141: Unidentified drawings

Slides 142-143: Drawing labeled, "Hogarth: The Election"

Slides 144-146: Unidentified portrait

Slide 147: Portrait labeled, "CMA Velasques; Portrait of Jester Calabazas"

Slides 148-151: Painting of Rembrandt

Slide 152: Drawing labeled, "Rembrandt; brain dissection"

Slide 153: Drawing labeled, "5 Senses"

Slide 154: Cartoon, "The Headache"

Slides 155-156: Drawing labeled, "Danse St. Guy, 1823"

Slide 157: Unidentified drawing

 Page 9: 
  Slides 158-161: Cartoon labeled, "Apoplexy cartoon; stroke;"

Slides 162-163: Drawing labeled, "Migraine, 1823"

Slide 164: Unidentified drawing

Slide 165: Diagram labeled, "Phrenology"

Slides 166-169: Photograph, "Universal Anesthesia in an Hysterical Patient"

Slide 170: Photographs labeled, "Herpes zoster; Nouv. Icon Salp"

Slide 171: Photographs labeled, "Athetosis; Purves-Stewart"

Slide 172: Photographs of Charcot

Slides 173-174: Charcot's clinic (drawing)

 Page 10: 
  Slide 175: Diagram of the brain labeled, "Da Vinci; Ox Brain"

Slides 176-192: Various unidentified drawings, sculptures and carvings concerning neurology throughout the history of medicine (copies of earlier slides)

 Page 11: 
  Slides 193-201: Various unidentified drawings, sculptures and carvings concerning neurology throughout the history of medicine (copies of earlier slides)

Slide 202: Photograph labeled, "S.A. Kinnier Wilson"

Slide 203: Photograph of building labeled, "First Home to Army Medical Museum"

Slide 204: Page labeled, "Neurology, 1947"

Slide 205: Page labeled, "Neurology"

Slide 206: Unidentified diagram

 Page 12: 
  Slide 207: Diagram labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 208: Diagram labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 209: Diagram labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 210: Diagram labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 211: Diagram labeled, "Charcot"

Slide 212: Drawing labeled, "Parkinson (Charcot)"

Slide 213: Drawing labeled, "J.M. Charcot; Parkisonism"

Slide 214: Drawing labeled, "J.M. Charcot; Parkinsonism"

Slides 215-217: Bust labeled, "Charcot; bulbar palsy"

Slide 218: Unidentified person

Slide 219: Pages from book labeled, "myopathy"

Slides 220-221: Photographs labeled, "Torticollis; Nouv Icon Salp"

Slide 222: Unidentified drawing

Slides 223-224: Photograph of woman labeled, "Epilepsy - Partial; atrophy left side"

Slide 225: Pages from book labeled, "Woman with epilepsy"

Slide 226: same as slide #222

 Page 13: 
  Slide 227: Drawing labeled, "Arc d-circle; hysteria"

Slide 228: Sculpture labeled, "Dying Bacchante; hysteria -  epilepsy"

Slides 229-232: Various unidentified diagrams

 Page 14: 
  Slide 233: Two portraits labeled, "#1, DaVinci; Charcot"

Slide 234: Two drawings labeled, "#2, Hysterical contrectures of Lower extremity by Charcot; DaVinci peripheral nervo illustration"

Slide 235: Two drawings labeled, "#3, Spinal Cord, front and cross section by Charcot; DaVinci spinal cord and nerves"

Slide 236: Drawing labeled, "#4, The Grotesque Head by DaVinci"

Slide 237: Sculpture and drawing labeled, "#5, Apollo of Belvedere,Greek Sculpture (350 B.C.-320B.C.); Gavotte, 1823 From Charot Artiste"

Slide 238: Two drawings labeled, "#6, Vesalius title-page, teaching Anatomy; Charcot lecturing"

Slide 239: Drawing labeled, "#7, Healing of paralysis at the door of the temple; Raphael; from Defformes et les L'Art"

Slide 240: Two drawings labeled, "#8, True opisthotonus - soldier with head injury; False opisthotonus"

Slide 241: Drawing labeled, "#9, False seizure by Raphael"

Slide 242: Drawing labeled, "#10, Hysterical epilepsy by Richer; From Charcot"

Slide 243: Diagrams labeled, "#11, Period of Clownism in grand hysterical attack from Demonics Dans L'Art Charcot Richev, p. 94-95"

Slide 244: Diagrams labeled, "#12, Period Clownism in grand hysteria; Demonics in Art, Richev, p. 94-95"

Slide 245: One diagram, one sculpture labeled, "#13, Period of Clownism in grand hysteria, p. 99; Kladeos - Greek sculpture, 465-467 B.C."

Slide 246: Diagram labeled, "#14, Period of clownism of grand hysterical attack"

Slide 247: Diagram labeled, "#15, Terminal period of grand hysteria"

Slide 248: Drawing labeled, "Hotel in Scotland by Charcot"

Slide 249: Drawing labeled, "Drawing by Charcot, travels in Spain"

Slide 250: Painting and drawing labeled, "The Scream by Edward Munch; Clownism of Hysteria from Demonics Dans L'Art"

Slide 251: Two sculptures labeled, "#20, Woman's Head by Picasso; Bulbar palsy by Richer"

 Page 15: 
  Slides 252-271: Various unidentified paintings, sketches, and etchings of history of medicine
 Page 16: 
  Slides 272-276: Various unidentified paintings, sketches, and etchings of history of medicine

90v. Blue notebook labeled, "ANA V. Charles Bell"
 Page 1:
 Slide 1: Title page of Course Lectures of the Physiology and Pathology of the Central Nervous System by C.E Brown-Sequard, 1860

Slides 2-4: Illustrations from Brown-Sequard’s book

Slides 5-6: An illustration of the brain

Slide 7: Title page of Experimental Researches in Cerebral Physiology and Pathology by David Ferrier, 1873

Slide 8: Picture of David Ferrier

Slide 9: Page 14 from Ferrier’s book

 Page 2: 
  Slide 10: Caricature of S.E. Jelliffe

Slide 11: Caricature of Israel Strauss

Slide 12: Caricature of S.E. Jelliffe

Slide 13: Caricature of J.R. Hunt

Slide 14: Caricature of Adolf Meyer

Slide 15: Caricature of Walter Timms

Slide 16: Caricature of Stanley Cobb

Slide 17: Caricature of J.B. Ayer

Slide 18: Caricature of G.B. Hassin and J.H. Globus

Slide 19: Caricature of L.J. Pollock

Slide 20: Caricature of Percival Bailey

Slide 21: Caricature of Byron Stookey

Slide 22: Caricature of Bernard Sachs

Slide 23: Caricature of H.A. Riley

Slide 24: Caricature of T.H. Weisenburg

Slide 25: Caricature of Foster Kennedy

 Page 3: Slides of pages from Charles Bell’s book
  Slide 26: Explanation of Plate I

Slide 27: Explanation of Plate I

Slide 28: Plate I

Slide 29: Plate II

Slide 30: Explanation of Plate II

Slide 31: Explanation of Plate III

Slide 32: Plate III

Slide 33: Explanation of Plate III

Slide 34: Plate IV

Slide 35: Explanation of Plate IV

Slide 36: Explanation of Plate IV

Slide 37: Explanation of Plate V

Slide 38: Explanation of Plate V

Slide 39: Plate V

Slide 40: Explanation of Plate VI

Slide 41: Explanation of Plate VI

Slide 42: Plate VI

Slides 43-44: Explanation of Plate VII

Slide 45: Plate VII

 Page 4: Slides from Charles Bell’s book
  Slides 46-47: Explanation of Plate VII

Slide 48: Explanation of Plate VIII

Slide 49: Plate VIII

Slide 50: Explanation of Plate VIII

Slide 51: Plate IX

Slide 52: Preface to the First Edition

Slide 53: Introduction

Slide 54: Series of Engravings Explaining the Course of the Nerves

Slide 55: Title Page of Series of Engravings Explaining The Course of The Nerves by Charles Bell, 1818

Slide 56: page vi. from book

Slide 57: page viii. from book

Slide 58: page ix. from book

Slide 59: page x. from book

Slide 60: page xi. from book

Slide 61: page xii. from book

Slide 62: page xiii. from book

Slide 63: page xiv. from book

Slide 64: page xvi. from book

 Page 5: Slides from Charles Bell’s book
  Slide 66: page xvii. from book

Slides 67-68: page xviii. from book

Slide 69: page xix. from book

Slide 70: page xx. from book

Slide 71: page xxi. From book

Slide 72: page xxii. from book

Slide 73: page 26 from book

Slide 74: page 27 from book

Slide 75: page 32 from book

Slide 76: page 33 from book

Slide 77: page 38 from book

Slide 78: page 39 from book

Slide 79: page 44 from book

Slide 80: page 45 from book

Slide 81: page 50 from book

Slide 82: page 51 from book

Slide 83: page 36 from book

Slide 84: page 60 from book

Slide 85: page 64 from book

 Page 6: From Charles Bell’s book:
  Slide 86: page 65 from book

Slide 87: page 67 from book

Slide 88: page 69 from book

Slide 89: Sir Charles Bell, 1774-1842

Slide 90: Sir Charles Bell, 1774-1842

Slide 91: page 70 from book

Slide 92: page 71 from book


Subseries D, Samuel Johnson, 91v., contains one scrapbook in which slides of title pages, drawings, medical situations, cartoons, and portraits all relating to the life and writings of Samuel Johnson are found. All these slides, which Dr. McHenry used as part of his lectures about Samuel Johnson, have been kept in their original order.

Slides in this subseries include:

91v. Blue Notebook of Slides:
 Page 1:
 Slide 1: "18th century Vaccination" caricature

Slide 2: Sketch, 18th century

Slide 3: XIV Vertebral Column in Longitudinal Section sketch)

Slide 4: XII Superficial muscles from the side (sketch)

Slide 5: Sketch portrait

Slide 6: Front pages of book

Slide 7: Painting

Slide 8: Painting

Slide 9: Sketch

Slide 10: Caricature, "Medical Dispatch: Doctor Doubledose Killing Two Birds with One Stone"

Slide 11: Caricature

Slide 12: Caricature, "Dropsy Courting Consumption"

Slide 13: Sketch

Slide 14: Sketch

Slide 15: Front page of book, "A Series of Engravings, Accompanied With Explanations, which are intended to Illustrate The Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body"

Slide 16: Sketch, "Galvani"

Slide 17: Sketch, "XIII. Deep Muscles of Trunk and Lower Limbs" Labeled "18th century Anatomy –  Albinus"

Slide 18: Sketch labeled, "Hogarth – Reward of Cruelty Anatomy 1759"

Slide 19: Portrait of Stephen Hales (1677-1761)

Slide 20: Sketch, "Stephen Hales, blood pressure mea. – 1733"

 Page 2: 
  Slides 21-36: Listings of 18th century authors of Scientific, Theorist And Systemist, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Clinical Medicine, Surgery, Methods and Instruments, And Obstetric Books

Slide 37: Sketch, "XIV. The Grand Uterus in the Ninth Month" Labeled, "18th century Obstetrics: Hunter, William"

Slide 38: Sketch, "18th century – John Hunter"

Slide 39: Sketch of Laennec’s stethoscope labeled, "18th century Clinical, Laennec"

Slide 40: Sketch of cow-pox of a hand, "18th century Clinical Vaccination, 1798, cowpox, smallpox"

 Page 3: 
  Slides 41-51: Portraits and sketches

Slide 52: Drawing "Alex Sakula – 1984"

Slide 53: Drawing "Alex Sakula – 1984"

Slide 54: Drawing "Alex Sakula – 1984"

 Page 4: 
  Slides 55-57: Sketch (black & white, and color) of Samuel Johnson "Miniature – Johnson; Head-tilt; 1736; age 27 years; Hyde Collection"

Slides 58-59: Pastel (black & white, and color) of Samuel Johnson "1756; 47? Years; Birthplace Museum"

Slides 60-61: Portrait of Samuel Johnson (black & white, and color) "Reynolds- Johnson; age 47 years; 1756-1757"

Slides 62-64: Engraving of portrait in slides 60 and 61, "Johnson; 1756; Frontis piece UB’s Life; Reynolds’ Engraving"

Slide 65: Portrait of Johnson, "Johnson; 1778; Reynolds;

Slide 66: Engraving of Johnson "Reynolds – engraving; 1778; Head-tilt; age 69 years"

Slide 67: Same as slide #65 (color version)

Slide 68: Same as slide #66

Slide 69: Same as slide #62

Slide 70: Medallion, "Hyde Collection; SJ; 27yrs."

Slide 71: Same as slides #66, #68

Slide 72: Statue, "Monument St. Paul’s Cathedral, London: Samuel Johnson"

Slide 73: Sketch of Samuel Johnson, "Samuel Johnson; walking dress"

Slide 74: Sketch of Samuel Johnson, "Samuel Johnson; waving"

 Page 5: 
  Slides 75-76: Portrait of Johnson, "Reynolds’ Johnson; 1769; Harvard Library; age 60 yrs.; gesticulations"

 Slides 77-78: Portrait of Johnson, "Johnson – hands, G. Lynch copy 1983; Reynolds, 1769"

Slide 82: Coin labeled, "Johnson’s Touch piece, British museum"

Slide 83: Engraving of Samuel Johnson

Slide 84: Engraving of Johnson

Slide 85: Drawing of Johnson, "Johnson – By Blagden; scars of Scrofula"

Slide 86: Two drawings of Johnson, "scrofula scars; Trotler, Blagden"

Slides 87-88: Portrait of Johnson (color and black & white) "holding book close; Reynolds, 1775"                                                                             

Slide 89: Engraving of Johnson, "book close to face"

Slide 90: Painting "Scene in Lord Chesterfield’s Anteroom in 1748 by E.M. Ward"

Slides 91-92: Portrait, "Barry-Johnson; 1777-1782; head-tilt, age 68-72 years; unfinished portrait"

Slide 93: Drawing, "Barry-Johnson, age 68-73 years; 1777-1782"

 Page 6: 
  Slides 94-97: Portrait of Johnson (black & white, and color) "Reynolds – Johnson; 1782-1784; Head tilt; age 72-74 yrs.; Haverford College;

Slides 98-99: Drawing of Johnson, "James Robert-Johnson; head-tilt; SJ’s hands; 1784; age 75 yrs.

Slide 100: Sketch of building, "Tom Davies Book Shop, Russell Street; Here SJ met UB May 16, 1763"

Slide 101: Sketch of Building, "SJ’s house – Gough Square"

Slide 102: Portrait, "Benjamin Rush; 1760s; met Samuel Johnson"

Slide 103: Page from book, "Proposals Jame’s Dictionary By Johnson"

Slide 104: Pages from book, "Robert James, M.D. Medical Dictionary – Johnson’s friend"

Slides 105-112: Bust of Samuel Johnson labeled, "Nollekens Bust"

 Page 7: 
  Slides 113-119: Sketches and photographs, "Wax-Tavern scene with Johnson"

Slides 120-130: Photographs of Samuel Johnson’s death mask bust and articles on the bust taken by McHenry in 1963

 Page 8: 
  Slide 131: Sketch of Samuel Johnson’s father, Michael Johnson

Slides 132-133: Portrait (black & white, and color), "Johnson’s wife Tetty (Mrs. Elizabeth Porter)

Slide 134: Portrait, "Mrs. Thrale, age ~30 years; Johnson’s friend"

Slide 135: Portrait, "James Boswell, ~ 25 years old; Johnson’s Biographer"

Slide 136: Portrait, "Boswell"

Slide 137: Engraving, "James Boswell"

Slide 138: Portrait, "James Boswell"

Slides 139-140: Portrait (black & white, and color), "Oliver Goldsmith; Johnson’s biographer"

Slide 141: Portrait, "Lord Chesterfield; Johnson’s patron"

Slide 142: Portrait, "David Garrick, 1742; Johnson’s friend"

 Slide 143: Portrait, "Tophan Beauclerk; Johnson’s friend"

Slide 144: Portrait, "Tobias Smollot; 18th century physician – Writer"

Slide 145: Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792); self-portrait c. 1747;

Slide 146: Portrait, "Sir Joshua Reynolds, Samuel Johnson"

Slide 147: Black & White version of Slide # 145

Slide 148: Portrait, "Sir Joshua Reynolds"

Slide 149: Portrait, "Joshua Reynolds"

Slide 150: Portrait, "Sir Joshua Reynolds, Royal Academy; Engraving of self-portrait

 Page 9: 
  Slide 151: Painting, "Samuel Johnson; The Club"

Slide 152: Painting, "Samuel Johnson; The Club"

Slide 153: Painting, "Johnson-Goldsmith; re-vicar of Wakefield"

Slide 154: Painting, "Samuel Johnson, James Boswell; Conversation in tavern"

Slide 155: Sketch labeled, "Johnson and Boswell, strolling in London"

Slide 156: Sketch, "Johnson swinging Dictionary"

Slide 157: Cartoon, "Johnson-Boswell cartoon; Tour Hebrides"

Slide 158: Cartoon, "Johnson-Boswell cartoon; Tour Hebrides"

Slide 159: Painting, "Samuel Johnson, re-Dictionary, Lord Chesterfield’s anteroom"

Slide 160: Painting, "Temple Bar, London; divides Strand from Fleet Street; Johnson's London"

Slide 161: Ketch, "Johnson- conversation"

Slide 162: Painting, "Hogarth SJ’s cousin, Parson Ford"

Slide 163:  Painting of London

Slide 164:  Watercolor by Thomas Rowlandson from the Victoria & Albert Museum

Slide 165:  Paper, "pension receipt; SJ; Dec. 1789; day before death"

Slide 166: Coin labeled, "Samuel Johnson – penny"

Slides 167-168: Labeled, "Samuel Johnson; Barry portrait; June 17, 1783 – Stroke"

Slides 169-170: Labeled, "Samuel Johnson; opie portrait, Stroke June 17, 1783

 Page 10: 
  Slide 171: Page from book labeled, "Johnson’s life by Robert Anderson, M.D."

Slide 172: Page from book labeled, "Johnson’s Account. . . Richard Warren"

Slide 173: Page from book labeled, "Nathan Drake, M.D., title page"

Slide 174: Portrait labeled, "Johnson’s physician: Bracklesby"

Slide 175: Portrait of William Cullen

Slide 176: Sketch of William Cullen

Slide 177: Portrait labeled, "Johnson’s surgeon: Percival Pott"

Slide 178: Page from book labeled, "SJ dedication to Pepys; Sir Lucas Pepys"

Slide 179: Page labeled, "Johnson’s Autopsy: engraving of lung from Baille"

Slide 180: Sketch labeled, "18th century Pathology; SJ’s lung; Baille’s Atlas"

Slide 181: Portrait labeled, "Johnson’s surgeon: William Cruikshank"

Slide 182: Letter labeled, "letter re. Death; mask bust; William Cruikshank"

Slide 183: Labeled, "Thomas Lawrence; SJ Physician"

Slide 184: Page labeled, "Heberden’s case book: William Heberden"

Slide 185: Page labeled, "Heberden’s Index; SJ case"

Slide 186: Page labeled, Heberden’s casebook: Johnson’s stroke"

Slide 187: Page labeled, "William Heberden: Letter to Boswell; Re: Johnson’s health"

Slide 188: Portrait labeled, "Johnson’s physician: William Heberden"

Slide 189: Page labeled, "Dissections: Johnson’s Autopsy"

Slide 190: Page labeled, "Johnson –autopsy – last page"

 Page 11: 
  Slides 191-208: Pages labeled, "Johnson’s Diary, Aegri MS"
 Page 12: 
  Slide 209: Chart of Johnson’s contemporaries

Slide 210: Chronological table

Slide 211: Advertisement

Slide 212: Labeled, "Samuel Johnson: Poem London"

Slide 213: Page labeled, "Johnson’s Dictionary: Proposals-Chesterfield"

Slide 214: Title page of dictionary

Slide 215: Labeled, "Johnson’s Dictionary: sample quotations"

Slide 216: Page labeled, "Edward Cave Gentleman’s Magazine; Johnson’s Friend"

Slides 217-225: Pages from various books and periodicals

 Page 13: 
  Slides 226-236: Johnson’s house and balloon

 


Series III. Correspondence, Files 92-454.

The letters found in this series are both professional and personal. They cover the years 1951 to 1985 and are arranged in alphabetical order. The correspondence includes letters dealing with both individuals and specific subjects which have been inter-filed. Within the individual folders, whose headings were created by Dr. McHenry, the correspondence is placed in reverse chronological order. In some instances there are handwritten notes on the folder; these folders have been retained intact.

The correspondence covers not only a major portion of Dr. McHenry’s life, but also reflects his vast and diversified interests. This series, which is not divided into subseries, contains letters to family members, professional colleagues, students, bookdealers, organizations, and educational institutions. Folders on subjects such as lawyers, jobs, and USSR are also included in this series. While theses folders contains letters to a variety of individuals, they are unified by the commonality of their subjects.

Series IV. Professional Papers: Reprints, Files 455-701.

Series IV, V, and VI contain the majority of Dr. McHenry’s professional papers. Individually, each series emphasizes one aspect of Dr. McHenry’s professional career. Collectively, these papers reflect the totality of his research, teaching, and medical practice.

Series IV, Professional Papers: Reprints, 455-701, includes reprints written by Dr. McHenry and by other authors that he felt to be significant to his work as a medical researcher and scholar. These reprints are as Dr. McHenry arranged and labeled them. The maintaining of this order allows the researcher to see and share Dr. McHenry’s perceptions and insights into specific areas of study. Because of the diversity found in Dr. McHenry's collection of reprints, the series has been divided into two subseries: McHenry Reprints, and Neurology Reprints.

Subseries A, McHenry Reprints, 455-531, contains reprints of each of the articles Dr. McHenry published from 1959 to 1985 on the history of neurology, neurological research, and the medical aspects of the life of Samuel Johnson. These reprints are as Dr. McHenry arranged them: in chronological order with the different subject areas inter-filed. Specific subject areas included in this collection are papers on: hyperventilation, S. Weir Mitchell, rheoencepalography, focal cerebella sclerosis, childhood illnesses of Samuel Johnson, emphysema, cerebrovascular disease, rCBF Hexobendine, carotid artery TIA, Xenon-133, the Philadelphia Neurological Society, and MacDonald Critchley.

Subseries B, Neurological Reprints, 532-701v., includes reprints of articles dealing with various areas of neurology and neurological research. Taken as a unit, these reprints do not cover all of the subject specialties within the field of neurology, but they do illustrate Dr. McHenry’s continuing medical studies, concerns, and interests. This collection of reprints contains articles not written by Dr. McHenry, is arranged alphabetically by interests. This collection of reprints contains articles not written by Dr. McHenry, is arranged alphabetically by subject, and reflects two aspects of his medial and intellectual curiosity; first, he was interested in all segments of neurology; and second, he was particularly aware of the research and investigations being done by his colleagues at Bowman Gray.

Series V. Professional Papers: Research. 702-748v.

Series V, PROFESSIONAL PAPERS: RESEARCH, 702-748v., delineates Dr. McHenry’s research methods, organizations, and techniques in personal, medical, neurological, and professional endeavors. This series shows the significance Dr. McHenry placed on research as a supportive facet of any intellectual undertaking. To compartmentalize the various areas of study and research that Dr. McHenry participated in, this series has been divided into four subseries: Markle Scholarship; Teaching-Instructional Materials; Stroke Research Center, Philadelphia General Hospital; and Cerebral Blood Flow. Within each subseries, the materials have been arranged and maintained, as much as possible, according to Dr. McHenry’s original order.

Subseries A., Markle Scholarship, 702-703, contains information and correspondence relating to Dr. McHenry’s selection as a Markle Scholar in 1967. Also included are programs, records, and newspaper clippings which give detailed accounts of his involvement in the Markle Scholarship Program from 1967-1972.

Subseries B, Teaching: Instructional Materials, 704-711, contains the goals, objectives, and foundational research needed for the courses Dr. McHenry taught at BGSM. Included in this subseries are outlines, tests, lecture notes, slides, and drawings used in teaching courses on Neurology and the History of Medicine.

Stroke Research Center, Philadelphia General Hospital, subseries C, 712, is compiled of materials relating to the establishment, design, and implementation of the Stroke Research Center from 1962 to 1972. Contained in these folders are architects’ drawings and plans, correspondence, reports, committee meetings minutes, and construction details.

The final subseries in this series, subseries D, Cerebral Blood Flow, 713-748v., includes the materials, information, and data that Dr. McHenry considered necessary and valuable to his study of cerebral blood flow. Included in these folders are research materials, correspondence, and reviews from other researchers as well as reprints, patient data, experimental studies, and laboratory work that Dr. McHenry used to create the Krypton-85 and Xenon 133 methods of cerebral blood flow measurement.

Series VI. Professional Papers: Employment. 749-767.

Like the papers in Series IV and V, Series VI, PROFESSIONAL PAPERS: EMPLOYMENT, includes and emphasizes one segment of Dr. McHenry’s professional life. This series, which focuses on his teaching, his practice at Bowman Gray School of Medicine, and his consultant work, is divided into two subseries: Bowman Gray School of Medicine and Consultant: Institutions/Organizations. These folders contain supportive documents, correspondence, data, and information that chronicles Dr. McHenry’s employment from 1972 to 1985.

Subseries A, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, 749-762, includes folders that contain BGSM neurology department schedules and photographs, faculty information, medical school history, Department of Clinics memos, Library Committee correspondence, and Dr. McHenry’s Curriculum Vitae and North Carolina Medical License.

Subseries B, Consultant: Institutions/Organizations, 763-767, records Dr. McHenry’s experiences as a consultant and includes correspondence, forms, programs, and reports from institutions and organizations both in the United States and in Europe.

Series VII. History of  Neurology. 768-929.

Series VII, HISTORY OF NEUROLOGY, 768-929, reflects the professionalism, interest, and dedication that Dr. McHenry brought to the study, preservation, and presentation of the history of neurology. These papers show not only his enthusiasm for the subject, but also the meticulous research and disciplined approach he exhibited when writing about the growth and development of neurology. The fact that Dr. McHenry studied the relationship between art and neurology, individual contributions, and professional organizations as well as the medical symptomatology associated with the practice of neurology is documented in these papers. Additionally, this series contains the materials Dr. McHenry used when revising and enlarging Garrison’s History of Neurology.

Because these papers do not adhere to any one segment of the history of neurology but present various historical, professional. and published aspects of the subject. They have been divided into six subseries. These subseries are: organizations; history of stroke; American neurology; neurology; and art; Garrison’s History of Neurology; and the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases. As much as possible the papers in this series have been arranged and foldered according to Dr. McHenry’s original order; however, the major aim of this arrangement has been to provide the research with a clear and concise presentation of this most significant area in Dr. McHenry’s scholarly, scientific, and professional career.

Subseries A, Organizations, 768-812, records Dr. McHenry’s involvement in the organizations associated with the neurological profession. Included in this subseries are the following associations and/or organizations: 1. American Academy of Neurology (AAN); 2. American Association of the History of Medicine (AAHM); 3. American Neurological Association (ANA); 4. Philadelphia Neurological Society (PNS); 5. World Federation of Neurology (WFN); and 6. Gryphon Editions, Inc., (Classics in Medicine and Classics in Neurology). These papers present insights into the programs and practices of these organizations during the years in which Dr. McHenry was a member, 1957-1985. These folders contain reports, correspondence, programs, notes, and lists of slides used by Dr. McHenry, photocopies, reprints, photographs, presidential addresses, and proposals.

Subseries B, 813-822, History of Stroke, contains letters, drafts, reprints, and research notes that correlate with chapters from books that Dr. McHenry wrote on the history of stroke, "A History of Stroke" in McHenry’s Cerebral Circulation and Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease History by McHenry and Hackinski.

American Neurology, Subseries C., 823-859, includes papers which present an overview of the growth of American neurology within the framework of American medical history. Found in this subseries is information relating to the influence and contributions of various individuals (Mills, Osler, Mitchell, Hammond, Dercum, and Muybridge) to American neurology and materials which explain and examine the growth of hospitals in major American cities (New York, Boston, and Chicago). These folders contain bibliographies, reprints, pamphlets, photographs, correspondence, manuscript notes, photocopies, handwritten research notes, and obituaries.

Subseries D., Neurology and Art, 860-867, brings together two of Dr. McHenry’s interest and explains the historical interaction between them. In his studies on this relationship, both the history of art and the history of medicine are explored. Within these folders are found the materials Dr. McHenry used in the preparation of his lecture, "Art and Neurology." Included in these papers are: study guides, reports correspondence, photocopies, handwritten notes, negatives, illustrations, and photographs.

Garrison’s History of Neurology, 868-910, subseries E., contains outlines, handwritten research notes, chronologies, reprints, correspondence, photocopies, page layouts, drafts, final manuscripts, and photographs all of which relate to Dr. McHenry’s revision and enlargement of Garrison’s History of Neurology. These papers show Dr. McHenry’s systematic and precise revisions, his detailed information on neurological history from its primitive origins until the middle of the 19th century, and his contributions, through the publication of this book, to the field of medical history.

The last subseries in this series, subseries F, 911-929, Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases is comprised of the grant application and research McHenry was working on at the time of his death. It was his plan to study and assemble the history of the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases and, as a result, to show this institution’s importance in the area of neurological research and practice. Included in these papers are grant applications, correspondence, photographs, reprints, photocopies of casebooks and patient notes, articles by and about Wharton Sinkler, annual reports, timelines, and the charter and bylaws of the hospital.

Photographs in this subseries include:

Box 57: File 926: (Personages) – Contains photographs of individuals associated with the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases
 
 1.  photograph of engraving of Francis X. Dercum

2.  photograph of James Hendrie Lloyd

3.  photograph of Charles K. Mills

4.  photograph of Wharton Sinkler

5.  photograph of Albert T. Brubaker

6.  photograph of S. Weir Mitchell on September 10, 1859

7.  photograph of A.T. Brubaker (with negative)

 

File 927: (Casebooks) – contains photographs taken of the casebooks from The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary For Nervous Diseases:
  1. Seventeen photographs taken of Case Book Chorea, Volume 3

2.  Six photographs taken of Case Book Locomotor Ataxia, Volume 1

3.   Seven photographs taken of Case Book Hemiplegia, Volume 1  

4.  Four photographs taken of Case Book Chorea, Volume 2

5.  Seven photographs taken of Case Book Local Pasies, Volume 2

6.  Photograph of the Mitchell Memorial Building, 1917

7.  Photograph of The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital Infirmary For Nervous Disease, 1904

8.  Photograph of page from the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital’s Third Annual Report, 1871

9.  Photograph of page from the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital’s Fourth Annual Report, 1872

10. Photograph of page from the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital’s Eighteenth Annual Report, 1885

11. Photograph of page from the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital’s Fourth Annual Report, 1872

File 928:
  1.  Photograph of The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital

2.  Photograph of page from the Thirty-Sixth Annual Report for The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital

3.  Photograph of page from the Sixth Annual Report for The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital

4.  Photograph of The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital

5.  Photograph of page from The Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital’s forty-ninth Annual Report

6.  Photograph of sketch of Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases


Series VIII. Samuel Johnson. 930-1007.

Although not medical, personal, or professional in content, Series VIII, SAMUEL JOHNSON, 930-1007, catalogues one of the most significant parts of Dr. McHenry’s scholarly and intellectual life. His ongoing interest and involvement in the literary works, medical aspects, publications, and studies connected with Samuel Johnson is reflected in this series.

These papers have been arranged according to the order in which Dr. McHenry maintained them with titles, subjects, and authors inter-filed. Included in this series, which has not been sub-divided, are reprints, correspondence, photocopies, manuscripts, research notes, book catalogs, photographs, lecture outlines, programs, and bibliographies. Of particular interest to both medical historians and Johnson scholars are the papers that examine the relationship between Samuel Johnson, the writer and Samuel Johnson, the medical patient. Collectively, these papers present the in-depth study Dr. McHenry did on the eighteenth century and on Samuel Johnson.

Photographs in this subseries include:

Box 59: File 953: (Johnson’s emphysema)
  1.  Photograph of sketch dealing with Samuel Johnson’s emphysema
File 954: (Johnson’s death mask)
  1.  Negative of Samuel Johnson’s death mask

2.  Three photographs of two letters

3.  Negative of Johnson’s death mask

4.  Two envelopes of film negatives of Samuel Johnson’s death mask

5.  Photograph of the bust of Johnson’s death mask

6.  Photograph of the bust of Johnson’s death mask and materials around the bust

7.  Six close up photographs of bust of death mask

8.  Six large close up photographs of bust of death mask

File 955: (Dropsy, Dr. Johnson’s)
  1.  One large photograph labeled: Art and Medicine

2.  One small photograph labeled: Art and Medicine

3.  Two large photographs, 1 small photograph, and one negative of "A Tavern Group in Wax Attributed to Percy"; The figures are: a postman, Dr. Johnson, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Thomas Gainsborough, Topham Beauclerk, James Boswell, Charles James Fox, the landlord, Dr. Thomas Wharton and Joseph Nollekens

Box 61:File 987: (Photographs)
These photographs are located in a small envelope labeled: "Johnson’s friends, Johnson’s Lung"
  1.  Postcard from the National Portrait Gallery of portrait of Madame D’Arblay

2.  Three postcards of portrait of Francis Barber

3.  Postcard from the National Portrait Gallery of drawing of Charles Burney

4.  Three postcards from the National Portrait Gallery of portrait of James Boswell (one small Black & White, two large color)

5.  Two postcards of letters from Samuel Johnson to Dr. Goldsmith

6.  Postcard from The Beaverbook Art Gallery of Mrs. Thrale and her daughter Hester (negative also)

7.  One negative of Johnson’s lung

In small envelope labeled: "Physicians, etc."
  1.  Large and small negatives of various physicians
In small envelope labeled: "Johnson’s House":
  1.  One postcard of portrait of Samuel Johnson, M.D.

2.  Six postcards of Dr. Johnson’s House, Gough Square from various angles (one postcard was sent to Dr. McHenry)

3.  Thirteen postcards of various rooms in Dr. Johnson’s house (one postcard was written on)

4.  One color postcard of Dr. Johnson’s birthplace museum, Lichfield

5.  One postcard of Dr. Johnson’s statue

6.  One color postcard of Lichfield Cathedral

7.  One postcard inside Lichfield Cathedral

8.  One color postcard sent to McHenry of Tower and Tower Bridge, London

9.  One small black & white photograph

Small envelope "Books" paperclipped to photographs in paper sleeves:
  1.  Eleven microfilm of pages from books including "The Lives of The Most Eminent English Poets; with critical observations on their works by Samuel Johnson", articles written by Johnson and about Johnson
Small envelope "Lung" in photo sleeve with negative of lung
Small envelope "Manuscripts" paperclipped to photographs in paper sleeves
  1.  Six paper sleeves which contain negatives of a manuscript written circa 1783
Small envelope "Johnson Manuscripts"
  1.  Six photographs of copies of various Johnson manuscripts including letters, poetry, and other writings
Small envelope "Johnson’s Physicians"
  1.  Three photographs of Anaglyptograph of George Squibb

2.  One photograph of copy of letter written in 1783 about Samuel Johnson

3.  Two photographs of engraving of Thomae Lawrence

4.  One photograph of copy of sketch of William Cullen, M.D.

5.  Two photographs of copy of sketch of Dr. James

6.  Two photographs of copy of engraving of Richard Brocklesby, M.D.

7.  One photograph of sketch of physician (unknown)

Photographs in white envelope, "McHenry"
  1.  Eight photographs of portraits and sketches of Samuel Johnson  (3 copies of each)               
Photographs in small brown envelope, "Samuel Johnson"
  1.  Eighteen postcards of portraits and sketches of Samuel Johnson various poses                           
Photographs in white envelope "McHenry, 9-8-82"
  1.  Four photographs of sketch of Samuel Johnson

2.  One photograph of painting of Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784

3.  Five photographs of painting of Samuel Johnson

Photographs paperclipped to small brown envelope "Samuel Johnson"
  1.  Two photographs of sketch of Samuel Johnson

2.  Four photographs of various sketches, busts, paintings of Samuel Johnson and others

Photographs paperclipped to small brown envelope "Samuel Johnson’s Portraits/Pictures"      
  1.  Fifteen negatives of various portraits, sketches, etc. of Samuel Johnson
Photographs in yellow envelope "Dr. L. McHenry
  1.   Two photographs of painting of Samuel Johnson by John Opie, R.A. 

2.   Two photographs of engraving of Samuel Johnson by E. Finden

3.   Three photographs of sketch of Samuel Johnson done in 1773 

4.   Three photographs of portrait of Samuel Johnson by Sir Joshua Reynolds      

Small brown envelope "Johnson Books, etc."
  1.  One photograph of copy of front page of The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D by Dr. Robert Anderson

2.  Two photographs of copy of front page of The Lives of theMost Eminent English Poets with Critical Observations onTheir Works by Samuel Johnson

3.  Two photographs of copy of front page of A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson

4.  Three photographs of copy of front page of Wonders No Miracles

5.  One photograph of copy of a chronological Table of Samuel Johnson's life

6.  One photograph of copy of Samuel Johnson’s contemporaries

Box 62:     File 988:
  1.  One 8x10 of sketch of W. Heberden

2.  One 8x10 outside of Dr. Samuel Johnson’s home, Gough Square

3.  One 8x10 inside Samuel Johnson’s home

4.  One small photograph of Samuel Johnson drawing by O. Humphrey

5.  One 8x10 photograph of "A Tavern Group in Wax" that includes Samuel Johnson

6.  One small photograph inside Johnson’s home

7.  One small photograph of sketch of Johnson

8.  One small photograph of painting with Johnson, James Boswell, and Sir Joshua Reynolds

9.  One small photograph of painting of Johnson

In large manila envelope "Johnson and Boswell":
  1. One 8x10 sketch of political cartoon published April 19, 1789 (with negative)
In bright yellow "Green’s Camera" envelope:
  

1.  Four envelopes of negatives of London, Johnson’s house taken between 1963 and 1966                          

File 989: (Pictures to Illustrate Boswell’s Johnson)

  

1.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait sketch (unknown person)

2.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait of Warren Hastings

3.  One 5 x 7 of sketch of Mr. Burnell

4.  One 5 x 7 of sketch of John Wilkes

5.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of sketch of Edward Gibbon

6. One 3 x 5 of portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds

7.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Edmund Burke

8.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Anna Seward

9.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Samuel Johnson

10.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait of Mr. Sheridan

11. One 5 x 7 of portrait of Gabriel Piozzi

12.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of James MacPherson

13.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait of John Wesley

14.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait of Samuel Richardson

15.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Thomas Gray

16.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Lawrence Stean

17.   One 5 x 7 of portrait of Rev. E. Whitefield preaching

18.   One 5 x 7 of portrait of Rt. Hon. Wil Windham

19.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of C. Churchill

20.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of James Thomson

21.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Horace Walpole

22.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Earl of Chesterfield

23.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Earl of Oxford

24.  One 5 ½ x 7 ½ of portrait of Mr. Fosc

25.  One 6 x 8 of portrait of David Garrick

26.  One 6 x 8 of portrait of Olive Goldsmith

File 990: (Johnson, Reynolds Portrait, Nollekan’s Bust)

  

1.  One 5 x 7 of portrait of Samuel Johnson

2.  One postcard of Samuel Johnson

3.  One negative of Samuel Johnson, Nollekan’s bust of various poses (in labeled envelope)

4.  One color negative of Samuel Johnson portrait in small manila envelope

In envelope "Negatives and slides Reynold’s 1769 and Lichfield portrait; Johnson’s portrait"

  

1.  One large negative of Samuel Johnson

2.  Two photographs of portrait and sketch of Samuel Johnson

3.  One small negative of Samuel Johnson

In envelope "SJ’s Head – Tilt Photos"

  

1.  Seventeen 8 x 10’s of various sketches and portraits of Samuel Johnson

File 991: (Dr. Johnson’s physicians, pictures of)

  

1.  Two 5 x 7’s, one 3 x 5, and one negative of sketch in book of Percivall Pott

2.  One 6 x 8 of sketch of John Abernathy

3.  One 6 x 8 of sketch of Rev. Joseph Priestley

4.  One 7 x 10 of sketch of John Heaviside

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