Columbia University Archives

Health Sciences Historical Collection, 1767-2005, bulk 1867-2004

Series VI: Vanderbilt Clinic, 1912-1916

This series consists of the correspondence of Dr. Francis Carter Wood, Secretary of the Board of Managers of the Vanderbilt Clinic and Director of Cancer Research at Columbia University. Subjects include tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis, tonsil surgeries, and monetary donations to the Clinic, standards for different Clinics, remodeling and installations of equipment in the Clinic, and staff appointments and resignations. The correspondence also includes letters from doctors and leaders of the Associated Out-Patient Clinics of New York, as well as with Columbia University leaders, such President Nicholas Murray Butler.

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Box 13 Folder 1-12 Correspondence A-Z, 1912-1916, (12 folders)

Box 13 Folder 13 Invoices, 1913