Philip S. Hench, MD Papers

Manuscript Collection No. 76


TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Biographical Notes
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Arrangement of Collection
  • Restrictions
  • Index terms
  • Related Material
  • Administrative Information
  • Detailed Description of the Collection
  • Series I: Personal; 1896-1965
  • Series II: Professional; 1920-1965
  • Series III: Reprints; 1922-1965
  • Series IV: Personal, Professional, and Oversize Materials; 1914-1965
  • Series V: Audiovisual Materials; 1920-1963
  • Repository: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library; 1133 John Freeman Blvd.Houston, Texas 77030-2809.
    Creator: Philip S. Hench, MD
    Title: Philip S. Hench, MD, papers;
    Dates: 1896-1965.
    Quantity: 100 cubic foot (196 boxes).
    Abstract: The Philip S. Hench, MD, papers, MS 076, consist of Dr. Hench’s personal and professional documents from his childhood, 1896, to his death, 1965. These papers provide information about his family and life, including his service in World War II, his contributions to medical research in rheumatic diseases, and his Nobel Award and other awards. Dr. Hench, a co-developer of cortisone as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, was a joint winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1950. Dr. Hench had studied rheumatic diseases and researched treatments from his early years in the 1920s as a fellow at Mayo Clinic. At the time of his death, he was Professor Emeritus of Medicine in the University of Minnesota and head of the Section of Rheumatic Diseases at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. Hench was active in leading and participating in many rheumatic organizations and institutions both nationally and internationaly. Most of the materials are in good shape. Some items show water damage. The collection consists of 100 cubic feet (196 boxes).
    Identification: MS 076
    Location: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.
    Language: The collection is predominantly in English. Some of the materials are in Spanish, French, Italian, Norwegian or German.

    Biographical Notes

    Dr. Philip Showalter Hench was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania February 28, 1896. He died on vacation in Jamaica, March 30, 1965.

    He graduated from Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, at the age of 20 and entered the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He completed his medical studies in 1920 and in 1921 became a fellow at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Minnesota. He was appointed faculty member at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, in 1925. In 1926 he was appointed head of the new section on rheumatic diseases. In 1928 he studied in Frieburg, Germany under the pathologist Professor Aschoff and in Munich under Professor von Muller. In 1953 he became a senior consultant of the Mayo Clinic. He retired from the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in 1957.

    In the 1930s he was instrumental in strengthening the diagnosis standards of rheumatic diseases. He wrote several important papers on various aspects of rheumatology which gained his the respect of his profession. He encouraged others to join him in compliling the Annual Rheumatism Reviews, for which he served as the chief editor from 1932 to 1948. Dr. Hench was a founder of and active in the Arthritis and Rheumatism Association during his whole career and served as its president in 1939. Dr. Hench was chairman of the Ligue Internationale contre le Rheumatisme and of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Study Section of the National Institutes of Health. In 1962 he was appointed a member of the Commission on Drug Safety for advancement of the predictability of the action of new pharmaceuticals in humans.

    During World War II he served in the United States Army Medical Corps at Hot Springs, Arkansas and at Camp Carson, Colorado when he directed the United States Army Rheumatism Center. He was promoted to rank of colonel in 1945.

    When he returned to the Mayo Clinic after the war, he began to mention in his speeches the possible existence of an anti-rheumatic substance based on observations that some conditions, such as pregancy, jaundice or fever, seemed to afford patients remission of the pain and other symptoms of rheumatic diseases. During the 1940s, Dr. Edward C. Kendall, Hench’s colleague at Mayo Clinic, succeeded in extracting a compound from the adrenal cortex. With some of the Clinic patients’ willingness, in 1948, Hench and his research colleagues decided to try the compound on the patients to determine its effect on their rheumatoid arthritis.

    The dramatic results of freedom from pain, lessened swelling and increased movement obtained by the patients were instantaneous news. In 1949 Dr. Hench reported to the American College of Physicians and to the seventh meeting of the International League against Rheumatism the results of the trials of cortisone and Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH)in cases of rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatic fever. Although the results were hailed by the general public as a complete cure for rheumatoid arthritis, Dr. Hench insisted that the Mayo team had at that time conducted only preliminary trials. However this was a major breakthrough in the treatment and research of rheumatic diseases.

    In 1950, Dr. Hench was awarded the Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine jointly with biochemists Dr. Edward C. Kendall and Professor Tadeus Reichstein of Basle. He won many other awards for his research work, including the Lasker Award of the American Public Health Association, the Heberden Award from the Heberden Society in Great Britain, the Criss Award from the American Rheumatology Association,an award from the Argentine Society of Rheumatology, an honorary degree of Doctor of Science from the National University of Ireland, and the Modern Medicine Award.

    Dr. Hench was a member or honorary member of many national and international institutions and organizations. Among the many were the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; the RoyalSociety of Medicine, London; the Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium; the Association of American Physicians; Association of Military Surgeons of the United States.

    Dr. Hench married Mary Genevieve Kahler in 1927. They had four children: Mary Showalter Henty, Dr. Philip Kahler Hench, Susan Kahler Bowis, John Bixler Hench. Mrs. Hench’s father had worked with the Mayo Clinic to provide the use of the Kahler Corporations group of hospitals, hotels and supporting institutions for Mayo staff and patients. Dr. Hench served on the Board of Directors of the Kahler Corporation.

    His hobbies were tennis, music, photography and the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He published several articles on medicial history, most notably on the conquest of yellow fever.

    Biographical information from: “Philip Showalter Hench, M.D.” by James Eckman. The Journal-Lancet, Vol. 85, No.5, May 1965, p. 218-220; “Obituary Notices: P. S. Hench, M.D.”, British Medical Journal, April 10, 1965, p. 1003; “Dr. Philip Hench, Nobel Laureate, Dies” Mayovox, Vol. 16, No. 12, April 9, 1965, p.1.

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    Scope and Content Note

    The Philip S. Hench, MD, papers (MS 076) is 100 cubic feet of papers, correspondence, reprints, research documents, newspaper articles, photographs, glass slides, sheet music, and audiovisual materials. The collection contains Dr. Hench’s personal and professional documents from his childhood, 1896, to his death, 1965. These papers provide information about his family and life, including his service in World War II, his contributions to medical research in rheumatic diseases, his Nobel Award and other awards. Dr. Hench, a co-developer of cortisone as a anti-inflammatory treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, was a joint winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1950.

    Most of the material is in English; however, some correspondence, reprints, and news articles are in Spanish, French, Italian, Norwegian or German. Much of the documentation connected to the Nobel Prize is in Norwegian. The collection consists 192 boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 2 boxes of phonographic discs, a 16mm film, and a large-format poster stored in the map cases. The materials are in good condition. Many of the phonographic discs have been digitized.

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    Arrangement of Collection

    This collection is arranged into the following series.

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    The collection is open for research.

    Use restrictions

    Copyright restrictions may apply.

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    Several of Dr. Hench’s books are part of the Burbank/Hench Rheumatism Collection which housed in the Rare Book Collection. These books are available for research in the Rare Book Room. Consult an archivist or librarian for more information.

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    Index terms

    Aldrich, Martha
    Arlet, Jacques
    Blackmum, Harry
    Boland, Edward W.
    Bowis, Susan Kahler Hench
    Coburn, Alvin
    Crain, Darrell C.
    Desjardins, A. U.
    Fishbein, Morris
    Forestier, Jacques
    Gavin, John D.
    Gray, Howard R.
    Headley, Nathan E.
    Hench, Atcheson Laughlin
    Hench, John Bixler
    Hench, Mary Genevieve Kahler
    Hench, Philip Kahler
    Hench, Philip Showalter
    Henty, Mary Showalter Hench
    Hutchinson, Ralph Cooper
    Kahler, John H.
    Kendall, Edward C.
    Kinderlin, Hans
    Leake, Chauncey D.
    Mayo, Charles H.
    Mayo, William J.
    Polley, Howard F.
    Rosenberg, Edward F.
    Rynearson, Edward H.
    Slocumb, Charles H.
    Swartz, Nanna

    Boy Scouts of American Kamp Kahler (Camp Kahler)
    Gustavux Adolphus College
    Kahler Corporation
    Lafayette College
    Mayo Clinic.
    Shady Side Academy
    University of Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Rochester, Minnesota.

    17-Hydroxycorticosteriods.
    Adrenal Cortex Hormones.
    Adrenocorticotropic Hormone.
    Anti-Inflammatory Agents.
    Antirheumatic Agents.
    Arthritis, Infectious.
    Arthritis.
    Bed Rest.
    Cortisone.
    Diet Therapy .
    Gout.
    Hydrocortisone.
    Hyperthermia, Induced.
    Immunotherapy, Active.
    Jaundice.
    Joint Diseases.
    Musculoskeletal Diseases.
    Nobel Prize.
    Orthomolecular Therapy.
    Osteoarthritis.
    Physical Therapy Modalities.
    Pregnancy.
    Rheumatic Diseases.
    Rheumatic Fever.
    Salicylates.
    Spondylitis, Ankylosing
    Yellow Fever.

    Bibliography.
    Book Reviews.
    Case Reports.
    Clinical Trial.
    Letter.
    Manuscripts.
    News.
    Newspaper Article.
    Periodical Index.
    Photographs.
    Research.
    Serial Publications.
    Unpublished Works.
    Video-Audio Media.

    Nurse.
    Patients.
    Physician.
    Research Personnel.

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    Preferred Citation

    The Philip S. Hench, MD, papers; MS 76; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

    Acquisition Information

    Dr. Philip Kahler Hench, son of Dr. Philip Showalter Hench, donated the papers of his father over several years during the 1990s.

    Processing Information

    Dr. Philip Kahler Hench, son of Dr. Philip Showalter Hench, donated some books and the papers of his father over several years during 1990s. At that time the papers had been in storage in a garage in Rochester Minnesota for several years. The papers were not organized when they were shipped to Houston Texas and some boxes had broken in transit. The original order was for the most part not clear.

    When the papers were received, basic preservation of foldering and basic organization was done. Dr. Hench’s reprints and the reprints of others which he collected were given special attention at that time. In 2001 the archive suffered a major flood damage. Some of Dr. Hench’s papers were damaged or destroyed. In recovering the material from the flood, some of the organization done earlier was lost. Most of the material is in good condition, but some items show water damage. Newspaper articles, telegrams and other material that was in poor condition were photocopied on archival paper. Most of the material is in English, however some correspondence, reprints, and news articles are in Spanish, French, Italian, Norwegian or German. Audio recordings were transferred to compact discs. Index terms in this finding aid are based on Medical Subject Headings and Library of Congress Subject Headings.

    In 2016, oversize and audiovisual materials in the collection were relocated to specific audiovisual and oversize locations within the archive. The materials are still intellectually part of the collection, and the locations are noted in finding aid. Additional materials were incorporated into Series IV, formerly titled Oversize. Also, materials regarding the 1961 hearings on drug pricing were added to the end of Series II, Professional. Folders were reboxed and renumbered to accommodate the added material. The arrangement of the collection was revised to reflect more accurately the nature of the materials. Series IV was renamed as “Personal, Professional, and Oversize Materials,” and Series V, Audiovisual Materials, was added.

    Accruals

    No accruals are expected for this collection.

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    Detailed Description of the Collection

    Series I: Personal; 1896-1965
    Scope and Content Note: This series contains information about Dr. Hench’s family, his wife’s family, education, hobbies, friends, travel, the Kahler Corporation and the Nobel Prize. Dr. Hench wrote many letters and kept carbon copies of many of them. His correspondence is divided by decade. There a letters to and from people seeking medical assistance, patients, other physicians, friends and businesses. There are several professional and personal photographs. There is much documentation about the Nobel Award ceremony and events surrounding it; the actual Nobel medal is not in this collection.
    Box Folder
    1 1 Obituaries and Memorial Addresses; 1965
    2 Biographical Data for Directories; 1920-1960
    3 Philip S. Hench Portraits; 1920-1960
    4 Photographs with Others; 1920-1960
    5 Philip S. Hench and Mary Genevieve Kahler Wedding – newspaper articles; 1922
    6 Mary Genevieve Kahler; 1922
    7 Childhood artwork and gifts to parents; World War I draft information and documents; 1900-1917
    8 Limericks composed by PSH; 1920
    9 Student Notes (?): “Dr. I.P. Pavlov on Tropic Nerves”; 1915
    10 Hench Retirement Party; Tenth year anniversary of cortisone; 1958
    11 Schedule of talks, papers, meetings, etc., 1958-1959; 1958
    12 International Conference on Rheumatic Diseases, Bath (England) 1938 (Conference material and family letters, some dated earlier than (1938) pt. 1; 1938
    13 International Conference on Rheumatic Diseases, Bath (England) 1938 (Conference material and family letters, some dated earlier than (1938) pt. 2; 1938
    Box Folder
    2 1 Mary Showalter Hench (daughter) (Henty); 1940-1960s
    2 Philip Kahler Hench (son) pt.1; 1940-1960s
    3 Philip Kahler Hench (son) pt. 2; 1940-1960s
    4 Susan Kahler Hench (daughter) (Bowis) pt. 1; 1940-1960s
    5 Susan Kahler Hench (daughter) (Bowis) pt. 2; 1940-1960s
    6 John Bixler Hench (son); 1940-1960s
    7 John Bixler Hench (son); 1940-1960s
    Box Folder
    3 1 Atcheson Laughlin Hench (brother) pt. 1; 1910-1960s
    2 Atcheson Laughlin Hench (brother) pt. 2; 1910-1960s
    3 Atcheson Laughlin Hench (brother) pt. 3; 1910-1960s
    4 Atcheson Laughlin Hench – letter by Edward Jenner gift to Philip S. Hench; 1950s
    5 Correspondence regarding Mother’s death; 1945
    6 Mrs. J. H. Kahler (mother-in-law); 1920-1950s
    Box Folder
    4 1 Correspondence family and friends, pt. 1; 1910-1960s
    2 Correspondence family and friends, pt. 2; 1910-1960s
    3 Correspondence family and friends, pt. 3; 1910-1960s
    4 Correspondence family and friends, pt. 4; 1910-1960s
    5 Correspondence family and friends, pt. 5; 1910-1960s
    Box Folder
    5 1 Correspondence family; 1910-1960s
    2 Cards to and from Philip S. Hench to and from children and grandchildren; 1940-1960s
    5 Family Miscellaneous; 1910-1960s
    4 Personal and Family Photographs; 1910-1960s
    5 Correspondence with Beate Heim (foreign-exchange student); 1950-1960s
    6 Church membership; 1950-1960s
    7 Leeds Hospital; 1948
    8 Owner Manuals for personal appliances; 1940-1960s
    9 Office equipment; 1940-1960s
    Box Folder
    6 1 Correspondence: Merck scientists and executives; 1940-1960s
    2 Correspondence: Alvin Coburn; 1940-1960s
    3 Correspondence: Frantisek Lenoch; 1960s
    4 Correspondence: Hans Kinderlin; 1960s
    5 Correspondence: Ralph Cooper Hutchinson; 1920-1960s
    6 Correspondence: Morris Fishbein; 1940-1960s
    7 Correspondence: John Gavin; 1940-1950s
    8 Correspondence: Holiday Cards; 1940-1960s
    Box Folder
    7 1 Western Reserve University (Cleveland) Honorary Degree; 1950
    2 Honorary Degree – The National University of Ireland; 1950
    3 Honorary Degree – University of Pittsburgh; 1951
    4 University of Pittsburgh; 1920-1960s
    5 Gustavus Adolphus College; 1930-1960s
    6 Shady Side Academy; 1910-1960s
    7 Lafayette College, pt. 1; 1910-1960s
    8 Lafayette College, pt. 2; 1910-1960s
    9 Lafayette College, pt. 3; 1910-1960s
    Box Folder
    8 1 Kahler Family and Businesses, pt. 1; 1920-1950
    2 Kahler Family and Businesses, pt. 2; 1920-1950
    3 Kahler Family and Businesses, pt. 3; 1920-1950
    4 Kahler Family and Businesses, pt. 4; 1920-1950s
    5 Kahler foundation Award; 1957
    6 Boy Scouts of America Kamp Kahler (Camp Kahler), pt. 1; 1910-1960s
    7 Boy Scouts of America Kamp Kahler (Camp Kahler), pt. 2; 1910-1960s
    8 Rochester and Minnesota history, pt. 1; 1860-1960s
    9 Rochester and Minnesota history, pt. 1; 1860-1960s
    Box Folder
    9 1 Finances – Family Expenses; 1920s
    2 Bills, Receipts, and Invoices 1920s
    3 Finances – Family Expenses; 1930
    4 Bills, Receipts, and Invoices 1920s
    5 Finances – Family Expenses; 1940
    6 Bills, Receipts, and Invoices; 1940s
    7 Finances – Family Expenses; 1950s
    8 Receipts and Statements, pt. 1; 1950s
    9 Receipts and Statements, pt. 2; 1950s
    10 Receipts and Statements, pt. 3; 1950s
    11 Bills and Receipts; 1950s
    12 Receipts and Invoices; 1950s
    13 Financial Correspondence, Bills, Receipts, Invoices, Checks; 1956-1957
    14 Receipts and Invoices; 1956s
    15 Receipts and Invoices (Travel; 1958
    Box Folder
    10 1 Finances – Family Expenses; 1960s
    2 Receipts and Invoices, pt. 1 1960s
    3 Receipts and Invoices, pt. 2; 1960s
    4 Bills and Invoices, pt. 3 1960s
    5 Receipts and Invoices, pt. 4; 1960s
    6 Receipts and Statements; 1960s
    7 Financial: Receipts and Invoices; 1960s
    8 Receipts and Invoices; 1961-1962
    Box Folder
    11 1 Miscellaneous news articles about Philip S. Hench and family; 1920-1960s
    2 News articles from Medical Journals: Philip S. Hench, Rheumatism, Cortison 1940-1960s
    3 News articles from general public magazines and newspaper: Philip S. Hench, Rheumatis, Cortison, pt. 1; 1940-1960s
    4 News articles from general public magazines and newspaper: Philip S. Hench, Rheumatism, Cortisone, pt. 2; 1940-1960s
    5 News articles: general medical topis; 1920-1960s
    6 Miscellaneous news articles of general interest; 1920-1960s
    7 News articles: Nobel Prize; 1950-1960s
    8 News reports of assassination of John F. Kennedy; 1963-1965
    Box Folder
    12 1 Correspondence;
    2 Correspondence 1920s
    3 Correspondence, pt. 1; 1930s
    4 Correspondence, pt. 2; 1930s
    5 Correspondence, pt. 3; 1930s
    6 Correspondence, pt. 4; 1930s
    7 Correspondence, pt. 5; 1930s
    8 Correspondence, pt. 1; 1940s
    Box Folder
    13 1 Correspondence 1940s pt. 2; 1940
    2 Correspondence 1950s pt. 1; 1950
    3 Correspondence 1950s pt. 2; 1950
    4 Correspondence 1950s pt. 3; 1950
    5 Correspondence 1950s pt. 4; 1950
    Box Folder
    14 1 Correspondence, pt. 5; 1950s
    2 Correspondence, pt. 6; 1930s
    3 Correspondence, pt. 7; 1950s
    4 Correspondence, pt. 8; 1950s
    5 Correspondence, pt. 9; 1950s
    6 Correspondence, pt. 10; 1950s
    Box Folder
    15 1 Correspondence 1950s pt. 11; 1950
    2 Correspondence 1950s pt. 12; 1950
    3 Correspondence 1950s pt. 13; 1950
    4 Correspondence, pt. 14; 1950
    5 Correspondence, pt. 1; 1960
    6 Correspondence, pt. 2; 1960
    Box Folder
    16 1 Correspondence 1960s pt. 3; 1960
    2 Correspondence 1960s pt. 4; 1960
    3 Correspondence 1960s pt. 5; 1960
    4 Correspondence 1960s pt. 6; 1960
    5 1960s Correspondence pt.7; 1960
    6 Correspondence 1960s pt.8; 1960
    7 Correspondence 1960s pt.9; 1960
    7 Correspondence 1960s pt.10; 1960
    Box Folder
    17 1 Travel – 1959; 1959
    2 Travel 1930; 1930
    3 Travel 1948; 1948
    4 Travel 1953; 1953
    5 Travel 1954; 1954
    6 Travel doc 1955; 1955
    7 Travel: Buenos Aires – book and artifacts 1955; 1955
    8 Travel 1956; 1956
    9 Travel 1959; 1959
    Box Folder
    18 1 Travel maps and information – Honolulu 1959; 1959
    2 Travel: Receipts, etc. 1950s,960s; 1950, 1960
    3 Travel: Camera, Film 1960s; 1960
    4 Travel (Mary, Kahler, Susan Hench?)1950; 1950
    5 Travel: Dublin 1950; 1950
    6 Travel: Paris 1950s; 1950
    7 Norwegian Opera, 1956; 1956
    8 Travel by ship 1950, 1958; 1950, 1958
    9 Travel brochures; 1952
    10 Travel reservations 1952, 1953; 1952, 1953
    11 Vienna trips 1957; 1957
    12 Stockholm Travel Guides 1940s, 1950s; 1940, 1950
    13 Shipwreck 1953 (PSH observed rescue); 1953
    14 Travel 1950s; 1950
    Box Folder
    19 1 Miscellaneous Notes 1950s, 1960s; 1950, 1960
    2 Correspondence, Miscellaneous – Military and Surgeon General 1950s and 1960s; 1950, 1960
    3 United Nations Disarmament Sub-Committee 1955; 1955
    4 Stamps and Currency 1930s, 1950s, 1960s; 1930, 1950, 1960
    5 Cartoons pt. 1 1950s; 1950
    6 Cartoons pt. 2 1920s, 1930s, 1950s; 1920, 1930, 1950
    7 Humorous Diploma (signed by PSH) 1937; 1937
    8 Rare Book Listing; Medical History Articles 1930s; 1930
    9 Rare Book Sellers Catalog Pages 1950s; 1950
    10 Program for dinner honoring: “Fortieth Anniversary of the First Flights of the Wright Brothers (Program signed by Orville Wright) 1943; 1943
    11 Obituaries of the Doctors 1930s, 1950s, 1960s; 1930, 1950, 1960
    12 Dr. Howard R. Gray Memorial, 1955; 1955
    13 Typed letters/articles; manuscript; Otto F. Konig festschrift 1959; 1959
    14 The George Washington University Announcements 1907-1908; 1911-1912; 1907-1908; 1911-1912
    Box Folder
    20 1 Collections (books, etc.), part 1; 1930-1960
    2 Collections (books, etc.), part 2; 1930-1960
    3 Collections (books, etc.),part 3 ; 1930-1960
    4 Collections (books, etc.), part 4; 1930-1960
    5 Collections (books, etc.), part 5; 1930-1960
    6 Collections (books, etc.), part 6; 1930-1960
    7 Collections (books, etc.),part 7; 1930-1960
    Box Folder
    21 1 Theater/Opera part 1; 1930-1960
    2 Theater/Opera part 2; 1930-1960
    3 Theater/Opera part 3; 1930-1960
    4 Theater/Opera part 4; 1930-1960
    5 Theater/Opera part 5; 1930-1960
    6 Theater/Opera part 6; 1930-1960
    7 Theater/Opera part 7; 1930-1960
    8 Theater/Opera part 8; 1930-1960
    9 Sherlock Holmes part 1; 1950-1960
    10 Sherlock Holmes part 2; 1950-1960
    Box Folder
    22 1 Genealogy part 1; 1920-1960
    2 Genealogy, part 2; 1920-1960
    3 Genealogy part 3; 1920-1960
    4 Genealogy part 4; 1920-1960
    5 Genealogy part 6; 1920-1960
    6 Genealogy part 6; 1920-1960
    7 Medicine in Art – Museum or Book Reproductions (black and White);
    8 Medicine in Art – Extracts from Pharmacal Advance and Covers; 1928-1936
    9 Medicine in Art – Pamphlets from Palisade Manufacturing – Pathologic art;
    10 Medicine in Art – Cover and Extracts from Journal of Organotherapy; 1929-1933
    11 Medicine in Art – Miscellaneous articles; 1930-1950
    12 Medicine in Art – Physicians Times Magazine; 1930
    13 Etchings;
    Box Folder
    23 1 Lasker Awards; 1949
    2 Awards and Honor: List from Cards typed by PSH; 1954
    3 American College of Physicians Award; 1960
    4 Cuban Visit /Award; 1954
    5 Awards; 1950-1960
    6 American Pharmaceutical Manufactures’ Association Award; 1950
    7 Awards – Passano; 1950
    8 Award- Page One Award from Newspaper Guild of New York, The National Press Club Dinner; 1950
    9 Kendall-Hench Fund administered by Research Corporation; 1951
    10 City of Hope Award; 1962
    11 University of Minnesota Regents’ Citations to Hench and Kendall; 1951
    12 Heberden Society; 1955
    13 Modern Medicine Award for Distinguished Achievement; 1958
    14 Awards – Masonic Foundation Award; 1951
    15 American Rheumatism Association – Crisis Award; 1951
    16 Awards – news articles; 1950
    17 Statements to “Joliot-Curie on Red Germ Warfare Charges”; 1952
    Box Folder
    24 1 Hench House guest book; 1916
    2 Postcards to PSH; 1905-1906
    3 Itinerary “for trip to United Kingdom”; ?
    4 Photographs and Information on Movie “Bigger than Life”; 1955-1956
    5 Photography Commentary; 1960
    6 Kennedy Foundation Dinner; 1964
    7 Weizmann Institute Dinner; 1964
    8 Travel; 1960
    9 Travel; 1961
    10 History of Medicine – Rheumatism; 1939
    11 History of Medicine – Articles; 1930-1940
    Box Folder
    25 1 Correspondence about Nobel Award – January; 1951
    2 Correspondence about Nobel Award – February; 1951
    3 Correspondence about Nobel Award – March, April, May; 1951
    4 Correspondence about Nobel Award – June, November, December; 1951
    5 Correspondence about Novel Award – 1952-1955, 1957, 1962, 1964, 1965, no date (1966?); 1955
    6 Press release on Nobel Prize for medicine; 1950
    7 Newsclippings; translation of newsclipping (unidentified paper); 1950
    8 Translation of 1950 Nobel Prize speeches; 1950
    9 Mayovox (Vol. 1, No.26, Nov. 11, 1950 and v.2, No.2, Dec. 9, 1950) – Mayo Clinic Newspaper, proof of Proceedings, v. 26, No. 23, Nov. 7, 1951; newsclipping on Mayo Reception for Hench and Kendall. 1951; 1950
    10 S. S. Liberte passenger list; Bon Voyage Cards; S. S. Queen Elizabeth newsletter, January; 1951
    11 Itinerary for trip to Sweden; 1950
    12 Statutes of the Nobel Foundation; Invitation to nominate; 1955
    13 ”Remarks on the Occasion of Accepting the Nobel Award.” Speech, 1950, Manuscript; 1950
    14 Postcards and tourist information on Stockholm; 1949
    15 Nobel Lecture: “The Reversibility of Certain Rheumatic and Nonrheumatic Conditions by the Use of Cortisone or of the Pituitary Adenocorticotropic Hormone” (File copy); 1950
    16 Notes on Nobel Film – manuscript;
    17 Sigma Alpha Epsilon “The Record” Vol.71, No. 1, Feb. 1951 article in Nobel Prize Winners; 1951
    18 Letter and composition by Susan Hench (daughter) on Nobel Award experience;
    19 Notes for “Reminiscences” – article on Nobel festivities ; 1951
    20 British Picture Post, Jan. 1951: “Have They a Message for Us?; 1951
    21 Correspondence re: Nobel Award with Selma A. Wakeman and two magazines with articles on 1962 Awards; 1952
    22 Notes for after dinner Talk on Nobel festivities and miscellaneous notes; 1955
    23 Correspondence and papers re: Nobel Anniversary Committee; 1958
    24 Nobel Prize winners at White House dinner, 1962; photographs and articles; 1962
    25 Nobel Foundation: calendar 1961-1962; speech or letter 1963; place cards from laureates luncheon; 1963
    26 Nobel Awards; 1963
    27 Nobel Awards 1963 program; press release; 1963
    Box Folder
    26 1 Correspondence and articles on Nobel award winner C. G. Davisson; 1952
    2 Reprints, press releases, booklist about Nobel Award 1951
    3 Nobel Festivals Photographs 1936, 1950, 1953, 1954; 1954
    4 Nobelpreistager Lindau 1957, 1961, 1962; 1962
    5 Nobelpreistagger Lindau 1963, 1964, 1965; 1965
    6 Gustavus Adolphus College – Nobel Award recognition and correspondence; 1956
    7 Photographs from 1950 Nobel Awards Festival for building dedication; 1950
    8 Building dedication correspondence, news articles; 1963
    9 Correspondence: Gustavus Adolphus College; 1963
    10 Correspondence: Gustavus Adolphus College; 1964
    11 Gustavus Adolphus College: Building Dedication and Symposium; 1965
    12 Biographical Data of a Nobel Award winners at building dedication; 1963
    13 1965 Symposium: Bentley Glass; 1965
    14 1965 Symposium: Polycarp Kusch; 1965
    15 1965 Symposium: Sheldon Reed; 1965
    16 1965 Symposium: William Shockley; 1965
    17 1965 Symposium: Edward Tatum; 1965
    18 1965 Symposium: publicity; preparation documents; 1965
    19 Nobel Award: miscellaneous; 1955
    Box Folder
    27 1 Nobel Award: Correspondence – No last Name; 1950
    2 Nobel Award: Correspondence A; 1950
    3 Nobel Award: Correspondence B; 1950
    4 Nobel Award: Correspondence C; 1950
    5 Nobel Award: Correspondence D; 1950
    6 Nobel Award: Correspondence E; 1950
    7 Nobel Award: Correspondence F; 1950
    8 Nobel Award: Correspondence G; 1950
    9 Nobel Award: Correspondence H; 1950
    10 Nobel Award: Correspondence I; 1950
    11 Nobel Award: Correspondence J; 1950
    12 Nobel Award: Correspondence K; 1950
    13 Nobel Award: Correspondence L; 1950
    14 Nobel Award: Correspondence M; 1950
    15 Nobel Award: Correspondence N; 1950
    16 Nobel Award: Correspondence O; 1950
    17 Nobel Award: Correspondence P 1950
    18 Nobel Award: Correspondence R; 1950
    19 Nobel Award: Correspondence S; 1950
    20 Nobel Award: Correspondence T; 1950
    21 Nobel Award: Correspondence V; 1950
    22 Nobel Award: Correspondence W; 1950
    23 Nobel Award: Correspondence Z; 1950
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    28 1 Nobel; 1950
    2 Collection Guide: Nobel Prize 1991
    3 Nobel Awards – news articles; 1950
    4 ”Reminiscences of the Nobel Festival, 1950” and ship itinerary; 1950
    5 Nobel Notes;
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    29 1 Family photographs, probably in connection with Nobel Prize ceremony; 1950
    2 PSH portraits and caricature;
    3 Nobel Prize 1950 (identified by PSH) 1950
    4 Nobel Prize 1950 ceremony (not duplicates of folder) ; 1950
    5 Nobel Prize 1950: pre-ceremony with family; other events related to ceremony; Stockholm scenery; photos of Nobel Prize; 1950
    6 PSH Notebook – (English and German); 1957
    7 Miscellaneous: Travel brochures, ads, records, etc; 1957
    8 Heinie Oskar Letters- Rudolph writes of his visit to Rochester” (written by PSH?); 1921
    9 Miscellaneous: family records; 1950
    Series II: Professional; 1920-1965
    Scope and Content Note: This series contains Dr. Hench’s research papers, records and notes, manuscripts, speeches and presentations. Information about the associations he belonged to and congresses he attended is included. Documents in several boxes deal with his service during World War II.
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    30 1 Salivary Index Worksheets (research records and notes, part 1; 1922
    2 Salivary Index Worksheets (research records and notes) part 2; 1922
    3 Heberden’s Nodes (research records and notes); 1926.
    4 Public Health Speeches (news articles and typed speech); 1927
    5 100 cases of Gout, RF, Infection, Arthritis (research records and notes) part 1; 1928
    6 100 Cases of Gout, RF, Infection, Arthritis (research records and notes) part 2; 1928
    7 ”The Rheumatic Diseases” Basis for the Early Differential Diagnosis of Gout (copy); 1928
    8 Management of Focal Infection in Arthritis: Principles and Practise (manuscript – typed); 1930
    9 Case Records of Massachusettes General Hospital(journal and newspaper articles); 1932
    10 Fever Therapy (research records, notes, articles and correspondence) part 1; 1931
    11 Fever Therapy (research records, notes, articles and correspondence) part 2; 1931
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    31 1 Fever Therapy – draft and worksheets part 1; 1931
    2 Fever Therapy – draft and worksheets part 2; 1931
    3 Bacteriology Paper (research, notes, articles and paper; 1931
    4 Gout in Women (research notes, articles, correspondence, paper) part 1; 1932
    5 Gout in Women (research notes, articles, correspondence, paper, part 2; 1932
    6 Analgesic Effect – patient responses part 1; 1933
    7 Analgesic Effect – patient responses part 2; 1933
    8 The Results of Failure or Neglect in the Care of Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis (The Characteristic Deformities and their Prevention) (speech/ paper); 1934
    9 Analgesic Effect of Hepatitis and Jaundice (resulting from Cinchophen and other causes) in chronic arthritis, fibrositis and sciatic pain (research report, notes, correspondence and paper) part 1; 1934
    10 Analgesic Effect of Hepatitis and Jaundice (research report, notes, correspondence and paper) part 2; 1934
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    32 1 Manuscript: Chapter IX – Gout in “A primer for diabetic patients …;” 1934
    2 Roentgenographic Findings in Nontuberculous Arthritis (research notes, paper); 1934
    3 ”Fever Therapy” (JAMA, Vol. 104, p.1779-1790) and “Clinical Notes on the Results of Fever Therapy in Different Diseases” (Annual Fever Conference, 1935) (typed manuscript and reprints); 1935
    4 ”Public Health Lecture on Rheumatism and Arthritis”, August 29, 1935 (typed manuscript); 1935
    5 ”A Clinic on some Diseases of Joints (typed manuscript); 1935
    6 Acute and Chronic Arthritis (addendum to Chapter in Nelson Loosse-Leaf Living Surgery (typed manuscript); 1935
    7 ”Progress on Gout Studies”, “Staff Meeting Bulletin – Gout”; miscellaneous articles and notes (typed manuscript; articles by others, research notes); 1935
    8 Manuscript by Slocumb; Review Notes by PSH “Differential Diagnosis of Periarticular Fibrositis and Arthritis”; 1936
    9 Miscellaneous Material – research records, reports, correspondence; 1936
    10 ”The Diagnosis of Gout and Gouty Arthritis” (typed manuscript); 1936
    11 ”Public Health Lecture” (typed manuscript and research notes); 1936
    12 The Rheumatic Diseases – Diseases of Joints and related Structures (typed); 1936
    13 X-Rays and Gout – Work Sheets and articles; 1936
    14 Abstract of Lecture for Nurses on Rheumatic Diseases (typed); 1936
    15 Research Notes; 1936
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    33 1 Diagnosis of Gout (various titles and dates); 1936
    2 The Diagnosis of Gout and Gouty Arthritis; 1936
    3 X-Rays and Gout: Patient Notes and drafts; 1936
    4 Gout – Hench 1936-1938; 1938
    5 Further observations on effect of Jaundice, Atlantic City paper part 1; 1937
    6 Further observations on effect of Jaundice, Atlantic City paper part 2 1937
    7 Thompson Jaundice Correspondence part 1; 1937
    8 Thompson Jaundice Correspondence part 2; 1937
    9 Effect of Jaundice on Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis and on Primary Fibrositis; further observations, attemps to reproduce the phenomenon; 1937
    10 Patient’s hands. Photographs and X-rays; 1937
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    34 1 Correspondence with patients and with doctors about patients; 1937
    2 Research notes part 1; 1936
    3 Research notes part 2; 1937
    4 Chapter on Gout in Cecil’s Textbook 1938-1940 part 1; 1940
    5 Chapter on gout in Cecil’s Textbook 1938-1940 part 2; 1940
    6 Correspondence with doctors about patients and patient information; 1940
    7 Correspondence with doctors about patients and “phantom” or palindromic rheumatism; 1940
    8 Palindromic Rheumatism; 1940
    9 Palindromic Rheumatism – references; 1940
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    35 1 Research Notes part 1; 1940
    2 Research Notes part 2; 1940
    3 Research Notes; Case Reports, Slide text; 1940
    4 Slide Text; Research Notes; 1940
    5 Research notes; 1940
    6 Notes and patient worksheet; 1940
    7 Research Notes; Manuscript and Speech Drafts; 1940
    8 Research Notes; Manuscript, draft; 1950
    9 Jaundice – Reference article for; ‘The Advantages of Hepatic Injury and Jaundice in Certain Conditions, Notably the Rheumatic Diseases”; 1940
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    36 1 Palindromic Rheumatism – Research Notes, Patient Record; 1930
    2 Research notes, Patient Records; Palindromic Rheumatism; 1940
    3 Palindromic Rheumatism – Research Notes; Patient Records; 1940
    4 Research Notes: Manuscript draft; 1940
    5 Abstracts and Case Reports; Manuscript Draft; Research Notes; Patient Records; 1940
    6 Gold Salts for RA (Rheumatic Arthritis) Research Notes; 1941
    7 Palindromic Rheumatism – Manuscript (typed); 1941
    8 Palindromic Rheumatism – Correspondence re: manuscript; 1942
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    37 1 Correspondence – Rheumatic Fever/Military Reports part 1; 1942
    2 Correspondence – Rheumatic Fever/ Military Reports part 2; 1942
    3 Social and Military Significance of Rheumatic Fever part 1; 1943
    4 Social and Military Significance of Rheumatic Fever part 2; 1943
    5 Social and Military Significance of Rheumatic Fever part 3; 1943
    6 Discharge of Soldier’s Because of Physical Disabilities 1942-1943; 1943
    7 Rheumatic Fever, Camp Carson; 1943
    8 Manuscript of Acute Rheumatic Fever among Soldiers at Camp Carson, Colorado 1943-1944; 1944
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    38 1 Papers Publication – 1946 Paper W. Boland ; 1946
    2 Effect of Penicilllin of Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1945
    3 Gonococcal Arthritis Research; 1946
    4 Manuscript: “The Rheumatic Diseases Research among American Soldiers in World War II part 1; 1946
    5 Research Notes: “The Rheumatic Diseases among American Soldiers in World War II part 2; 1946
    6 Manuscript and Research Notes: “Septic Arthritis”; 1946
    7 Manuscript: “The Effect of Roentgen Therapy in Rheumatoid Spondylitis” May 1946 at American Rheumatism Association meeting; 1946
    8 Sulfanomyde Prophylaxis for Rheumatic Fever – Research notes part 1; 1946
    9 Sulfanomide Prophylaxis for Rheumatic Fever – Research Notes part 2; 1946
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    39 1 Manuscript: “Psychogenic Rheumatism”; 1946
    2 Manuscript Draft: “An Epidemic of Acute Rheumatic Fever among Soldiers at Camp Carson, Colorado”; reprints of articles by Coggeshall and by Barnes and Smith; 1940
    3 Manuscript and Research Notes: “The Management of Rheumatic Diseases among Soldiers of the United States Army”; 1946
    4 Manuscript Draft: “Cerebrospinal Fluid Abnormalities” part 1; 1946
    5 Manuscript Draft: “Cerebrospinal Fluid Abnormalities” part 2; 1946
    6 ”Increased Protein Content of the Cerebrospinal Fluid in Rheumatoid Spondylitis” (typed. Carbons and manuscripts) part 1; 1946
    7 ”Increased Protein Content of the Cerebrospinal Fluid in Rheumatoid Spondylitis”(typed, carbons and manuscripts) part 2; 1946
    8 Manuscript: Article for Encyclopedia Britannica Yearbook; 1947
    9 ”Precipitating and Predisposing Factors in Rheumatoid Arthritis; Based on a study of 100 cases among Soldiers” Major J. Owen Finney, Major W. Boland, Colonel Philip S. Hench; 1946
    10 ”Differentiation between ‘Psychogenic Rheumatism’ and True Rheumatic Disease “– Article and Speech; 1947
    11 Yellow Fever – Article and Speech; 1947
    12 Manuscript and Article – Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases; 1947
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    40 1 Research Notes; 1948
    2 Manuscript Draft: Abstract of the Heberden Oration; 1948
    3 Cortisone – Preliminary Effects, Research Notes part 1; 1949
    4 Cortisone – Preliminary Effects Research Notes part 2; 1949
    5 Manuscript: ”The Effects of Cortisone Acetate, Pituitary ACTH and Related Substances on Rheumatoid Arthritis, Rheumatic Fever, and Certain Other Conditions: A Study in Clinical Physiology (mimeographed typed); 1949
    6 Cortisone – Abstracts, Research Notes, Patient Record, Manuscript, Draft; 1949
    7 Cortisone – Manuscript Draft; Research Notes: Patient Records; 1949
    8 Preliminary Analysis – February and March (photocopies) Research Notes; 1949
    9 Proofs “The Effect of a Hormone of the Adrenal …” Proceedings of the Staff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, Vol. 24, No.8, p.181-197, April 13, 1949; 1949
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    41 1 Proof and Review of Article by Arlie Barnes, MD. Correspondence with Dr. Currier McEwen regarding research and chapter by McEwen; 1949
    2 Manuscript “The Effect of Cortisone and of ACTH on Rheumatoid Arthritis and Acute Rheumatic Fever” – PSH file copy; 1949
    3 Manuscript Draft “Initial Effects of the Adrenal Cortical Hormone… (Compound E) on Acute Rheumatic Fever part 1; 1949
    4 Manuscript “Initial Effects of the Adrenal Cortical Hormone… (Compound E) on Acute Rheumatic Fever part 2; 1949
    5 Tables: Patient Responses to treatment; 1949
    6 Speeches: Notes for Atlantic City, 4-13-1949; Boston, 11-21-1949; 1949
    7 Research Notes; 1949
    8 Cortisone: Abstracts and Case Reports; Manuscript Draft: Research Notes, Patient Records; 1949
    9 Remarks made at the Medical Alumni Luncheon, University of Pittsburgh, June 13, 1950; 1950
    10 Correspondence – Cortisone; 1950
    11 Effects of Cortisone part 1; 1950
    12 Effects of Cortisone part 2; 1950
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    42 1 Manuscript and Drafts, Research and Notes, Correspondences – “The Current Value and Limitation of Cortisone and Corticotropin as Practical Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis” presented before the Mississippi Valley Medical Society; 1952
    2 Slides: Text (unidentified slides); 1952
    3 Speech: “Remarks Made, before the “Minute Man” of the Medical School of the University of Pittsburgh”; 1953
    4 Speech: “The Real Meaning of Fraternity”; 1953
    5 Speech: “A Reminiscence of Certain Events Before, during and After the Discovery of Cortisone”; 1953
    6 Presentation: “The Cortisones and Corticotropins in Rheumatoid Arthritis.” Eight International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases; 1953
    7 Manuscript: “Forward to “Research and Education in Rheumatic Diseases”; 1953
    8 Manuscript (drafts): Chapter for “Medical Uses of Cortisone” edited by Francis D. W. Lukens; 1953
    9 Bibliography for “Medical Uses of Cortisone” (?) Edited by Francis D. W. Lukens; 1954
    10 Manuscript (typed): “The Use of the Cortisones and Corticotrophins in Rheumatoid Arthritis and in other Rheumatic and Articular Diseases: Interpretation, Review and Recommendations.” (Jack Herndon Chapter – closely resembles PSH chapters in “Medical Uses of Cortisone); 1954
    11 Manuscript: “Use of Cortisone in Prevention and Treatment of Surgical Stress in Hormonally-treated Rheumatoid Patients” (typed with corrections); 1954
    12 Research Memo; 1.”The Role of the Cortisones, Corticotropins and Related Substances in Rheumatoid Arthritis etc.” 2. “Role of the Anterior Pituitary and Adrenal Cortex and their Hormones) in the Etiology and Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc”; 1954
    13 Manuscript (typed) “The Hormonal Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis – Review of Material, Methods and Results: 1950-1953; 1953
    14 Speech: “X” Marks the Spot”; 1954
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    43 1 Manuscript and Draft: Transcript of Tape Recording; “Cortisone and Rheumatoid Arthritis” read at the Merck Conference , December 10, 1951 part 1; 1951
    2 Manuscript and Draft, Research Notes: “Cortisone and Rheumatoid Arthritis” read at the Merck conference, December 10, 1951, part 2; 1951
    3 Report to National Advisory Councils and Study Sections on Public Health Service Support of Research Involving Use of Adrenocorticotropic Hormone and Cortisone – Supplement II, March 1951; 1951
    4 Manuscript and Draft: “The Effects of Hormones and Vitamins on Rheumatoid Arthritis with Special Reference to Cortisone, Hydrocortisone and Corticotrophin” read at the International Conference on Vitamins … Havana University. 1952
    5 Manuscript and Drafts, Correspondence: “Presentation of the Kober Medal to Edward Calvin Kendall”; 1952
    6 Manuscript, Research Notes: “Cortisone in the Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis” read at the Section On Internal Medicine at the American Medical Association June 9-13, 1952; 1952
    7 Speech: ”Remarks made at the Sectional Alumni Banquet, Lafayette College”; 1952
    8 Manuscript and Drafts (Long and Short version), Research Notes. “Actualities of Cortisone, Hydrocortisone and Corticotrophin…” New England Postgraduate Assembly; 1952
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    44 1 Reversibility of Certain Rheumatic Diseases; Drafts – Nobel Lecture part 1; 1950
    2 Reversibility of Certain Rheumatic Diseases; Drafts – Nobel Lecture, part 2; 1950
    3 Symposium on Cortisone, May 1950; 1950
    4 Hench Papers – Nobel Speech; 1950
    5 Norman Lewis Hatfield Memorial Lecture part 1; 1950
    6 Norman Lewis Hatfield Memorial Lecture part 2; 1950
    7 Remarks on the Occasion of the New York Newspaper Guild Award; 1950
    8 Good Friend Memorial Lecture, Lebanon Hospital, New York; 1950
    9 Side Effects of Cortisone; 1950
    10 Speech: “Reminiscences of the Nobel Festival, 1950” Mayo Clinic Staff Meeting, February 1951; 1951
    11 Clinical Effects of Cortisone Administered Orally to Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1951
    12 Bernadotte Memorial Foundation of Gustavus Adolphus College; 1951
    13 Speech; 1951
    14 Cortisone, Hydrocortisone: Some facts and Speculations with Special Reference to Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1951
    15 Remarks made at a dinner given by the Regents and Faculty of the University of Minnesota Union, November 29, 1951; 1951
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    45 1 Effects of Cortisone – Notes; 1950
    2 Address at the Banquet Opening –“The Use of Cortisone and ACTH in Rheumatic and other Diseases”; 1950
    3 Panel Discussion at American Rheumatism Association; Research Records; 1950
    4 Worksheets for papers on Cortisone and ACTH; 1950
    5 Effect of Cortisone and Pituitary ACTH on Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1950
    6 Effect of Cortisone and Pituitary ACTH on Rheumatic Diseases; 1950
    7 Present Status of Cortisone, ACTH and related substances in General Medicine; 1950
    8 Remarks on the Acceptance of the 1950 Scientific Award …; Speech; 1950
    9 Correspondence: Journal of American Medical Association; re: “The Effect of Cortisone and Pituitary ACTH on Rheumatic Diseases; 1950
    10 Manuscript, Research Notes and Records “The Present Status of Cortisone, ACTH and Related Substances in General Medicine”; 1950
    11 Reversibility of Certain Rheumatic and Non-rheumatic Adrenocorticotropic Hormone; 1950
    12 Reversibility of Certain Rheumatic… Photocopies–Nobel Lecture; 1950
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    46 1 Manuscript (typed and hand) “Gout and Gouty Arthritis” for A Textbook of Medicine edited by Russell L. Cecil part 1; 1955
    2 Manuscript and Correspondence “Gout and Gouty Arthritis” for A Textbook of Medicine edited by Russell C. Cecil part 2; 1955
    3 Presentation: “The Cortisones and Corticotrophins in General Medicine” – 22nd Billings Lecture; 1954
    4 Presentation: “The Cortisones and Corticotrophins in General Medicine – 22nd Billings Lecture part 2; 1954
    5 Presentation: “The Descriminate Use of Cortisones and Corticotropins in General Medicine with Special References to “The Collagen Diseases” part 1; 1954
    6 Presentation: “The Descriminate Use of Cortisones and Corticotropins in General Medicine with Special References to “The Collagen Diseases” part 2; 1954
    7 Manuscripts (several drafts) “The Effects of the Cortisones and Corticotropins upon Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Certain Other Rheumatic and Articular Diseases; 1954
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    47 1 Speech: “A Reminiscence of Certain Event Related to the Discovery and Application of Cortisone”; 1954
    2 Manuscript: “The Effects of Aldosterone (“Electrocortin”) and of 9alpha-Fluorohydrocortisone Acetate in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Preliminary Report; 1954
    3 Cortisone – typed articles and tables; 1954
    4 ”X” Marks the Spot: after Dinner Talk, New Fellows Banquet, Mayo Foundation House; 1955
    5 Manuscript, Research Notes and Correspondence. “Symposium on Corticotropin Therapy” Opening Remarks-Academy of Medicine; 1955
    6 Speech: “The Joseph Graham Mayo Memorial Lecture – University of Iowa Medical School; 1955
    7 Speech: “I Take Thee…” Commencement Address; 1955
    8 Abstracts of Papers; Paper Read for the First Pan-American Congress, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Brazil; 1955
    9 Speech: “ ‘Man of the Year’: His Rise and Fall”; 1955
    10 Manuscripts: Foreword to “Otto L. Bettman : A Pictorial History of Medicine”; 1955
    11 Manuscript, Draft and Abstract. “The Cortisones and Corticotropins in General Medicine… “; 1955
    12 Manuscripts, Research Notes. “Honoring Carl Fredrik Hellstrom” Remarks made before the Special Convocation; 1956
    13 Draft and Research Notes. “Psychogenic Rheumatism; its Incidence, Differentiation and Practical Importance”, to be read at the Third Congress on Rheumatism; 1956
    14 Speech: “Remarks Made at the Inauguration Banquet in Honor of Chancellor Litchfield, University of Pittsburgh; 1957
    15 Presentation: “The Clinical and Experimental Uses of the Cortisones and Corticotropins: Their Effects and Certain Rheumatic and Collagen Diseases”; 1957
    16 Chapter on Gout for “A Textbook of Medicine” edited by Russell L. Cecil; 1958
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    48 1 Speeches 1958-1959; 1959
    2 Manuscript (hand): “East Wind Coming”; 1958
    3 Speech: “Rythms Involving Cortisone: Do They Play a Role in Disease? Special Reference to a Type of Sequence Perhaps of Pathogenetic Significance in Certain Articular and Collagen Diseases”; 1958
    4 Cortisone Anniversary Article in MD Medical Newsletter; 1958
    5 Manuscript and Draft: “Certain Inflammations- Rheumatic and Non-Rheumatic Articular and Non-articular…” to be given before the International Medical Assembly; 1958
    6 Notes for television program for American Medical Association; 1958
    7 Notes on Cortisone (include handwritten notes by PSH); 1959
    8 Response to Dr. Jacques Forestier’s inquiry – “The Cortisones and Corticotropins: their Various Uses, Issues and Abuses: Outline, Comments, Suggestions, Conjectures and Conclusions; 1959
    9 Manuscripts, Draft, Speech: “Scientific Discovery versus National Disaster; What Can a Citizen Do About It?” After-dinner Talk for the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation of Kansas City; 1960
    10 Presentation: Conference Panel Chair-Muscle as a Tissue; 1960
    11 Outline of Seminar Presentation; “Axiomatic Generalizations Usefeul in the Diagnosis of ‘Rheumatic Diseases’”; 1961
    12 Presentation: “Withdrawal-Inflammations” and their Preconditions”; 1961
    13 Presentation: “Axiomatic Generalizations Useful in the Differential Diagnosis of Rheumatic Disease.” 10th Anniversary of the Institute for Rheumatic Diseases, Prague, Czechoslovakia; 1963
    14 Presentation: “The Side Effects of Medicine; Histo-physiologic Definitions; 1963
    15 Drafts of Foreword to Dr. Bettman’s Book – “A Pictorial History of Medicine; n. d.
    16 Introduction to Dr. Bettmann’s Book – “A Pictorial History of Medicine”; n. d.
    17 Use of Cortisone or ACTH in certain…; n. d.
    18 Nobel Speech Proof; 1950
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    49 1 Symposium on ACTH and Cortisone; n. d.
    2 Aspirin Paper; n. d.
    3 Bibcards; n. d.
    4 Bibliographic Notes; n. d.
    5 Desoxycorticocosterone Acetate on Patient with Gout; n. d.
    6 Discussion of Papers on Effects of Cortisone; n. d.
    7 Encyclopedia Britannica; n. d.
    8 Heart Disease; n. d.
    9 Hench Lectures – incomplete p. 524-586; n. d.
    10 Incomplete Paper – p.30-90; n. d.
    11 Panel Discussion: Cortisone and ACTH in Rheumatic Diseases; n. d.
    12 Rheumatic Fever; n. d.
    13 Dr. Edward Harper Rynearson – Tribute and Intro by Hench; n. d.
    14 Abstract of Lecture for Nurses – “The Rheumatic Diseases; n. d.
    15 Discussions on Different Medical Topics; n. d.
    16 Side Effects of Cortisone; n. d.
    17 Effects of Cortisone; n. d.
    18 Effects of Cortisone – Draft; n. d.
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    50 1 Effect of Cortisone … draft part 1; n. d.
    2 Effect of Cortisone… draft part 2; n. d.
    3 Effects of Cortisone… draft part 1; n. d.
    4 Effects of Cortisone … draft part 2; n. d.
    5 Summary and Results from Cortisone – draft part 1; n. d.
    6 Summary and Results from Cortisone – Draft part 2; n. d.
    7 Palindromic Rheumatism – References; n. d.
    8 Jaundice – Reference Notes, Correspondence 1930s, 1949; 1949
    9 Effect and Spontaneous and Induced Jaundice; n. d.
    10 Miscellaneous pages – no title; n. d.
    11 Public Health Lecture. “Rheumatism”; 1932
    12 Coexistent Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis and Cholecystitis: Results of Cholecystectomy – Draft; n. d.
    13 Present Viewpoint in Medical Management of Joint Diseases – Draft; 1933
    14 The Analgesic Effect of Hepatitis and Jaundice in Chronic Arthritis, Fibrositis, and Sciatic Pain – Draft; 1933
    15 The Effect of a Hormone of the Adrenal Cortex (17-Hydroxy-11-Dehydrocorticosterone – Compound E) and of Pituitary Adrenocorticotropic Hormone on Rheumatoid Arthritis; n. d.
    16 French and Spanish Translation and Spoken Version. ”The Effect of a Hormone of the Adrenal Cortex (17-Hydroxy-11-Dehyrocorticosterone – Compound E) and of Pituitary Adrenocorticotropic Hormone on Rheumatoid Arthritis; n. d.
    17 Citation on the Diploma of the Nobel Prize; n. d.
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    51 1 ”The Potential Reversibility of Rheumatoid Arthritis” The Haberden Oration Delivered before the Haberden Society of London; 1948
    2 Draft; n. d.
    3 Questionnaires for patients; n. d.
    4 Notes, Drafts; 1940
    5 Selective Bibliography on Rheumatic Diseases; 1920
    6 Mayo Miscellaneous; 1940-1960
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    52 1 Mayo and Hench Stationery; n. d.
    2 Mayo: Newsclippings on Mayo Clinic Public Relations; 1950
    3 Mayo: Pamphlet/Slide/Postgraduate Announcement, Memo to Hench; 1950
    4 Mayo: Memo to Patients with Gout and Gouty Arthritis; n. d.
    5 Mayo: Memorial Newsclippings on Drs. Mayo 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s; 1960
    6 Mayo: Newsclippings on other Mayo Doctors 1950s; 1950
    7 Mayo: Newsclippings on St. Mary’s Hospital; 1939
    8 Mayo: 2 Pamphlets – Fellowships Educational Program 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963; 1963
    9 Mayo: Clinic List of Laboratory Test 1935, 1946; 1946
    10 Report to Board of Governors of The Section on Rheumatic Diseases for the years 1927, 1929 , 1930, 1933-1946; 1946
    11 Mayo: Christmas Greetings King for a Day; 1951
    12 Mayo: Foundation Residency Training Program n. d.; Directory of Mayo Clinic and Foundation 1954; 1954
    13 Mayo: Transactions of Alumni Association of the Mayo Foundation 1932, 1938, 1955; 1955
    14 Mayo: Transactions of Alumni Association of the Mayo Foundation 1956, 1957; 1957
    15 Mayo: Transactions of Alumni Association of the Mayo Foundation 1959, 1960; 1960
    16 Mayo: Transactions and Program – Alumni Association of the Mayo Foundation, 1962; 1962
    17 Mayo: General Information about Buildings and Centennial; 1964
    18 Mayo: The Clinic Bulletin – incomplete run 1921, 1932, 1933, 1959; 1959
    19 Mayo: The Clinic Bulletin – incomplete run 1933-1959; 1959
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    53 1 Mayo: Unanswered Correspondence part 1; 1950
    2 Mayo: Unanswered Correspondence part 2; 1950
    3 Mayo: A Handbook for Clinic Authors: Clinical Rheumatology Postgraduate Course; 1962
    4 Mayo: Postgraduate Course 1942, 1947; 1947
    5 Mayo: Suggested Dietary Treatments 1930s? ; 1930
    6 Mayo: St. Mary’s Hospital, Dept. of Nutrition Manual 1930
    7 Mayo: Clinic Medical Forms; n. d.
    8 Mayo: Sir Alexander Fleming Visit; 1945
    9 Mayo: Scientific Exhibits – Cushing’s Syndrome; 1954
    10 Mayo: Rheumatology Service, 1940s; Photograph of American College of Physicians who attended course on Rheumatic Diseases; 1942
    11 Compound E Allocation Committee; Miscellaneous 1949-1950; 1950
    12 Mayo: Dietary Information and Mayo Charts 1930s? ; 1930
    13 Mayo Clinic Notebook on Gout (mimeographed) 1930s? ; 1930
    14 Mayo: Miscellaneous – poem (1922?); Mayo Foundation Letter regarding PSH Scholarship Award (1964); Article for Mayo Vox regarding PSH Retirement; 1964
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    54 1 Manuscript and Research Notes: “Present Status of Sympathectomy in the Treatment of Chronic Infectious Arthritis” part 1; 1930
    2 Research Reprints: Symphatectomy and Chronic Arthritis 1928-1930; 1930
    3 Research Records: Symphatectomy and Chronic Arthritis; 1930
    4 Gout: Bibliography from Surgeon General Index Catalog 1884-1926; 1926
    5 Gout: Various items from 1936; 1936
    6 Kidney: Its Diseases and Disturbances 1930s. Manuscript and Research Notes; 1930
    7 Kidney: Its Diseases and Disturbances (Reprints) 1930s part 1; 1930
    8 Kidney: Its Diseases and Disturbances (Reprints) 1930s part 2; 1930
    9 Manuscript: “Tolerance and Intolerance to Aspirin and Cinchopen” 1930s (?); 1930
    10 Research Notes on Uremic Stomatitis; 1930
    11 Manuscript: “Uremic Stomatitis; 1930
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    55 1 ”The Druggists Circular” Vol. LXXIV, No. 5 May 1930 part 2; 1930
    2 Patent Remedies for Rheumatic Fevers; 1930
    3 Cinchopen and Derivatives Drug Lists 1936
    4 Correspondence: Dr. David A. Bryce, Calco Chemical Company and Report on Cinchophen; 1936
    5 Manuscript: “Phenylcinchoninic Toxicity” by Dr. David A. Bryce; 1931
    6 Cinchopen correspondence with Drug Companies; 1936
    7 Polio Epidemic of 1946 – Newsclippings; 1936
    8 Manuscript and Research Records: “The Role of Sedimentation Rates in the Rheumatic Diseases; 1929
    9 Research Reprints – Cinchophen Toxicity part 1; 1930
    10 Research Reprints – Cinchophen; 1930
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    56 1 Manuscript: “Tolerance and Intolerance to Aspirin and Cincophen(sic)”; 1929
    2 Manuscript: “Toxic Cirrhosis Due to Cinchophen Derivatives: Report of Four Non-Fatal Cases”; 1930
    3 ”Urinary Uric Acid Excretion as Affected by Drugs” by J. E. Plunkett and Correspondence; 1936
    4 ”Suppurative Arthritis” by Howard F. Polley, M. D.; 1947
    5 Reprints – Fever Therapy 1931-1935; 1935
    6 Research Notes: Tonsils and Infection; 1927
    7 Research Notes: Atabrin; 1946
    8 Research Correspondence: Sodium Glucuronic; 1948
    9 Research Notes: Endocrine Study; 1947
    10 Manuscript and Research Notes: “The Newer Remedies for the Common Rheumatic Diseases”…; 1948
    11 Manuscript: “Miscellaneous Remedies for Arthritis”; 1948
    12 Review of Literature on Blood Transfusions and Arthritis; 1946
    13 Texts for Slides on Cortisone and ACTH 1950-1952; 1952
    14 Slides on Cortisone Wave and Cortisone Flare (negatives) 1958-1960; 1960
    15 Manuscript: “The Management of Focal Infection in Arthritis: Principles and Practice” 1930s (?); 1930
    16 ”My (PSH) Theory”; 1964
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    57 1 Miscellaneous Potential Remedies 1920-1930s; 1930
    2 Miscellaneous Potential Remedies 1940s; 1940
    3 Miscellaneous Potential Remedies 1950-1960; 1960
    4 Diet and Rheumatism – articles and letters 1938, 1947, 1959-1961 (includes Lackey paper); 1961
    5 Part of Calendar; 1932
    6 Research Notes and Articles on Pregnancy and Rheumatism 1938, 1945, 1950s; 1950
    7 Research Note, Articles and Correspondence on Jaundice part 1; 1930
    8 Research Notes, Articles and Correspondence on Jaundice part 2; 1930
    9 Research Notes, Articles and Correspondence on Jaundice; 1940
    10 Research Notes, Articles and Correspondence on Various Research 1930s-1940s; 1940
    11 Research Notes, Articles and Correspondence on Vaccine Treatment 1930s-1940s; 1940
    12 Research Notes on Physiotherapy; 1930
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    58 1 Contraception; Pregnancy; 1920
    2 Foreign Protein Treatments; 1920
    3 Research Notes: Jaundice; 1920
    4 ”Abstract of the Proceedings of the Conference on Rheumatic Diseases”; 1932
    5 Manuscript (copied) “The Embryology and Anatomy of Joints”; n. d.
    6 Manuscripts by Others; n. d.
    7 Cortisone and Merck; 1948
    8 Research Notes and Articles on Ascorbic Acid as Therapy 1949-1950; for Rheumatoid Arthritis 1950
    9 Upjohn Correspondence. Manuscript: “Effects of Aldosterone (Electrocortin), 9-alph-Fluorohydrocortisone Acetate”…; 1955
    10 Query and Minor Notes; 1941
    11 Water Therapy; n. d.
    12 Request for Article by PSH; n. d.
    13 Manuscript (Hand), “Some Major Problems Posed by the Rheumatic Diseases: with Reference to H. R. 7225 – 84th Congress (or any Comparable Legislation). A Statement to the Members of the Senate Finance Committee; 1956
    14 Research Notes –Miscellaneous; n. d.
    15 Unidentified Manuscripts by PSH (?); n. d.
    16 Travel and Correspondence; 1953
    17 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases, 8th; 1953
    18 Manuscripts by Dr. R. Quentin Blackwell for review by PSH; 1958
    19 Manuscripts by others for review by PSH; n. d.
    20 Notes on Research – various dates; n. d.
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    59 1 Slides for Talks 1946-1948; 1948
    2 Correspondence about Gout 1937-1942, 1950-1953 includes: “The Gout Bible” from Mayo Clinic; 1951
    3 Migraine Reprints and Military Patient; 1943
    4 Heart and Arthritis: Reprints and Correspondence; 1945
    5 Arthritis and Pregnancy part 1; 1930
    6 Arthritis and Pregnancy part 2; 1940
    7 Arthritis and Pregnancy 1930s part 3; 1930
    8 Arthritis and Pregnancy part 4; n. d.
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    60 1 Blood Coagulation Study Reprints 1944-1945; 1945
    2 Diabetes; Insulin; Reprints; n. d.
    3 Diabetes: Insulin: Miscellaneous Notes; n. d.
    4 Miscellaneous Notes (handwritten and typed); 1950
    5 Miscellaneous Reprints; n. d.
    6 ”New Approaches in the Control of Arthritis and Rheumatism” speech at meeting of the American College of Physicians; 1959
    7 Correspondence Drafts 1960s; 1960
    8 Antibiotics: Miscellaneous Reprints and Articles; n. d.
    9 ”The Rheumatic Diseases: The Main Types and Their Natural Course” (manuscript for speech); n. d.
    10 Manuscripts by Others for Review by PSH; n. d.
    11 Research Notes; n. d.
    12 Reprints of Morris Fishbein’s articles on “The Art and Practice of Medical Writing”; 1925
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    61 1 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints 1853, 1921-1924; 1924
    2 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints 1925-1926; 1926
    3 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints 1927-1928; 1928
    4 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints 1928-1929; 1929
    5 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints 1930s; 1930
    6 Urea/Saliva – Contents 1930-1931; 1931
    7 Urea/Saliva Study Reprints; n. d.
    8 Hench-Aldrich Method of Salivary Urea Index part 1;
    9 Hench-Aldrich Method of Salivary Urea Index part 2;
    10 Hench-Aldrich Method of Salivary Urea Index part 3;
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    62 1 Speech: “The Ebbings of Cortisone – Waves as Factors in the Pathogenesis of certain Rheumatic and Collagen Inflammations” January 23, 1961 (manuscript and correspondence); 1961
    2 Research Notes: Latest Notes on My Research; n. d.
    3 Correspondence 1960s part 1; 1960
    4 Correspondence 1960s part 2; 1960
    5 Correspondence 1960s part 3; 1960
    6 Correspondence 1960s part 4; 1960
    7 Research or Meeting Notes 1960s; 1960
    8 List and Correspondence: Visiting Doctors to Mayo 1954-1955; 1955
    9 Meeting Notes: “Studies of Connective Tissue and Rheumatic Diseases” New York, October 1955; 1955
    10 Travel Records; 1955
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    63 1 Correspondence “Nice Compound E Letters”; 1949
    2 Correspondence 1940s part 1; 1940
    3 Correspondence; Research Notes 1940s; 1940
    4 Correspondence with Wm. S. Merrell Company 1929-1933; 1933
    5 Correspondence 1950s part 1; 1950
    6 Correspondence 1950s part 3; 1950
    7 Correspondence 1950s part 3; 1950
    8 Correspondence 1950s part 4; 1950
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    64 1 Correspondence 1940s part 3; 1940
    2 Correspondence 1930s part 1; 1930
    3 Correspondence 1930s part 2; 1930
    4 Correspondence 1930s part 3; 1930
    5 Correspondence 1930s part 4; 1930
    6 Correspondence “L, M, N 1934”; 1934
    7 Correspondence “L, M, N 1933”; 1933
    8 Correspondence 1920s Part 1; 1920
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    65 1 Correspondence 1920s part 2; 1920
    2 Correspondence 1920s part 3; 1920
    3 Correspondence 1949 “Europeans to Keep in Touch with Research; 1949
    4 Correspondence; 1949
    5 Correspondence 1950s part 5; 1950
    6 Slides; n. d.
    7 Slides 1946? ; 1956? ; 1956
    8 Correspondence 1960s part 5; 1950
    9 Correspondence 1960s part 6; 1960
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    66 1 Correspondence 1950s (includes manuscript copy of article about PSH for Modern Medicine, 1959) part 7; 1950
    2 Correspondence 1950s (includes letter from Dr. Kendall “Nick”) part 8; 1950
    3 Correspondence 1950s part 9; 1950
    4 Correspondence with Alvin F. Coburn part 1; 1950
    5 Correspondence with Alvin F. Coburn part 2; 1950
    6 Correspondence with Alvin F. Coburn part 3; 1950
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    67 1 Correspondence with Alvin E. Coburn 1950s part 4; 1950s
    2 Correspondence with Alvin. E. Coburn 1950s part 5; 1950
    3 Correspondence with John Glyn; 1950
    4 Correspondence: Foreign Protein Therapy 1920-1930; 1930
    5 Manuscript and Research Notes: Usual and Unusual Reactions to Protein (Fever) Therapy (Intravenous Typhoid Vaccine) 1920s-1930; 1930
    6 Manuscript: “A Clinic on Some Diseases of Joints”; 1935
    7 Presentation (typed) “The Present Status of the Problem of “Rheumatism”; 1935
    8 Presentation Course #7 – Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases, April 1942 for American College of Physicians; 1942
    9 Manuscript (typed) “General Incidence of Rheumatic Diseases: Social and Economic Importance” 1930s (?); 1930
    10 Manuscripts; Research Notes; n. d.
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    68 1 Newspaper Clippings. “The Good Drugs Do” Supplement to Medical Tribune, v. 17(36)1976; 1976
    2 Reprint: “The Natural History of Rheumatoid Spondylitis,” by Baruch Blumberg and Charles Ragan; 1956
    3 European League against Rheumatology (EULAR) Bulletin no. 1, 1978; EULAR 30th Anniversary, World Rheumatism Year 1977; 1977
    4 Ligue Europeene contre le Rhumatisme, v. 2(1-3) 1973; v. 3(1-4) 1974; Special Issue 1974; 1974
    5 Hench Awardees (Association of Military Surgeons); 1966
    6 Draft: Effect of Adrenal extracts, certain steroids other than Cortisone in Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1950
    7 EULAR in Brief: Rheumatology World, v. 1-4, 1987; 1987
    8 Miscellaneous Correspondence, Notes; 1970
    9 ARA Presidents Picture – Original Rheumatology Committee in USA; 1937
    10 The Mathilda and Terrence Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology Annual Report, 1967, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1988; 1988
    11 Newspaper Clippings: Medicine et Hygiene, No. 685, 1965; 1965
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    69 1 Research: Centarians (Restricted) 1940s; 1940
    2 Research: X-rays 1940s; 1940
    3 Gout Research 1930s? ; 1930
    4 Research: Patient photographs and charts for articles 1930-1940s; 1940
    5 Negatives of X-rays of gout in patient; 1945
    6 Patient Photographs of faces, hands and body; 1940
    7 Transparencies – lecture slides (samples); 1940
    8 ”Case of Marie H. Protestant, Aged 18 years. Mental examination by Dr. P. S. Hench and Dr. T. R. Helmbold.”; 1920
    9 Booklets on Rheumatic Fever in Children (1940s); 1940
    10 Booklet: “Diabetes: Its cause and its treatment with insulin; 1930
    11 Research: Miscellaneous; n. d.
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    70 1 Book Reviews 1930s part 1; 1930
    2 Book Reviews 1930s part 2; 1930
    3 Cecil’s Textbook; 1958
    4 Discussion, Book Reviews, Answers to Queries and Minor Notes; 1930
    5 Answers to Queries and Minor Notes; 1940
    6 Editorial – “Gold, Salts for Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1947
    7 Research: Request for Information from Army Medical Research Unit; 1950
    8 Federal Security Agency – National Institutes of Health – National Advisory Arthritis and Metabolic Disease Council; 1951
    9 Travel Vouchers for National Institutes of Health; 1950
    10 Speech: Side Effects at Science Writers Seminar; 1964
    11 ”The Cortisones and Corticotropins in Rheumatoid Arthritis” speech; 1953
    12 1927, 1929, 1939, 1940 Articles by others and notes by PSH; 1940
    13 Manuscripts (typed) by other authors; n. d.
    14 Polio article; n. d.
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    71 1 Rheumatism Definitions; 1930
    2 Rheumatism: Types and Causes; 1920
    3 Report of clinic trip; 1956
    4 Photomicrograph equipment; 1950
    5 Various Bibliographies and Reference; n. d.
    6 ”Annotated Bibliography of Cortisone, A.C.T.H. and Related Hormone Substances”; 1950
    7 Miscellaneous Articles on Arthritis, Exhibits on Arthritis 1930-1940; 1940
    8 Research – Correspondence, Miscellaneous; 1930
    9 ”Rheumatism as social problem” – University of Minnesota Center for Continuation Study; 1941
    10 Gout Material 1932-1936; 1936
    11 ”Rheumatism and Jaundice” manuscript; 1938
    12 Bee Venom Therapy; 1930
    13 Purine Metabolism; 1937
    14 Gout; 1940
    15 Diet and Gout; 1932
    16 Note books 1920-1930s? ; 1930
    17 Reports on Chronic Rheumatic Diseases; 1931
    18 Notes; 1920
    19 Staff Meeting Bulletin Hospitals…University of Minnesota Gout(1936) and Rheumatic Fever(1937); 1937
    20 Program of the Sixth annual meeting of Gulf Coast Clinical Society; 1941
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    72 1 Booklets: “ACTH and Cortisone: a new era in medicine”; “The Story of Compound E”; 1949
    2 Bulletin of the University of Minnesota Hospitals and Minnesota Medical Foundation: Schwartzman Phenomenon – Effects of Cortisone and ACTH (1951); 1951
    3 Cortisone: Negatives for Slides for Speeches; 1950
    4 Cortisone; 1952
    5 Cortisone: Substance H; 1948
    6 Cortisone: Film title work; 1948
    7 Cortisone: time line; 1950
    8 Cortisone: PSH notebooks; n. d.
    6 Plasma Cortisol … staff meeting; 1956
    10 Psychological Rheumatism: abstract and speech (?); 1956
    11 Muscular Rheumatism: manuscript; 1956
    12 Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1956
    13 First Cortisone paper – correspondence (?); 1949
    14 ”The effect of cortisone and of ACTH on rheumatoid arthritis and acute rheumatic fever; 1949
    15 1) “Introductory Comments and Instructions to Arthritic Patients Receiving Cortisone, Hydrocortisone 1950”; 2) “Arthritis” 1948? (carbon copy); 1950
    16 ”The Clinical use of the ‘Cortisone’ in Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1956
    17 ”Effects of the cortisones and corticotropins on rheumatic and articular diseases, especially rheumatoid arthritis”; 1953
    18 Research – Cortisone Cases of Boland; n. d.
    19 Sample advertisements for cortisone products; n. d.
    20 Correspondence re: Dr. Hans Selye; 1950
    21 ”Summary of Certain Pressures, Events and Crises*” (personal statement of PSH); 1962
    22 ”Ode to Patient” – poem by PSH; 1930
    23 Cortisone cards; 1950
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    73 1 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases. First Annual Meeting and Third Conference; 1934
    2 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases, Second Annual Meeting and Fourth Conference part 1; 1935
    3 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases. Second Annual Meeting and Fourth Conference part 2; 1935
    4 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases. Third Annual Meeting; 1936
    5 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases. Third Annual Meeting and Fifth Conference; 1936
    6 American Association for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases, Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, February, October 1936; 1936
    7 American Association of Land-Grant College. Correspondence, Articles; 1961
    8 American College of Physicians, 1926-1928; 1928
    9 American College of Physicians. 1955-1956; 1956
    10 American College of Physicians.36th Annual Session, Philadelphia, Pa., April 25-29, 1955. Clinical Pathological Conferences; 1955
    11 American College of Physicians. Correspondence; 1956
    12 American College of Physicians. Roster of Candidates for Review, March 17-18, 1956; 1956
    13 American College of Physicians. Current Data, October 1956; 1956
    14 American College of Physicians, 38th Annual Session, Boston, Massachussetts, April 2-12, 1957; 1957
    15 American College of Physicians. Correspondence 1956-1957; 1957
    16 American College of Physicians. Reports and Memorandum to the Board of Regents 1956-1957; 1957
    17 American College of Physicians. 1956 Supplement to the Directory; 1955
    18 American College of Physicians. 37th Annual Session, April 16-20, 1956; 1956
    19 American College of Physicians. 24th Regional Meeting, North Carolina 1957 (Correspondence and Program); 1957
    20 American College of Physicians. Roster; 1957
    21 American College of Physicians. Invitations; 1957
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    74 1 American College of Physicians. 1957 Supplement to the Directory, 1955; 1955
    2 American College of Physicians. Program – Sixth and Eight Annnual meeting 1957-1958; 1958
    3 American College of Physicians. Program/Correspondence 1954-1959; 1959
    4 American College of Physicians. Final bulletin –Postgraduate Courses, 1946, 1957- 1957
    5 American College of Physicians. 39th Annual Sessions, Atlantic City N. J 1958
    6 American College of Physicians. United States Navy Band Private Concert, April 28, 1958.; Private Concert April 28, 1958; 1958
    7 American College of Physicians. 1958 Supplement to The Directory, 1955; 1955
    8 American College of Physicians. Western Union Telegram Cancellation; n. d.
    9 American College of Physicians. Post-Graduate Course; 1947
    10 American College of Physicians. Post-Graduate Course; 1942
    11 American College of Physicians, Drafts of convocation, Letters; 1958
    12 American College of Physicians. 40th Annual Session, April 20-24, 1959; 1959
    13 American College of Physicians. Post-Graduate Courses No. 1-7, Autumn-Winter 1959-1960; 1960
    14 American College of Physicians. Bulletin No. 1-2; No.6, 1960; 1960
    15 American College of Physicians. Correspondence, 1960, 1962 ; 1962
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    75 1 American College of Physicians. 41st Annual Session, April 4-8, 1960; 1960
    2 American College of Physicians. Bulletin, no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1961; 1961
    3 American College of Physicians – Seminars in the Carribean, May 12-19, 1961; 1961
    4 American College of Physicians. Panel on Rheumatic Diseases; 1954
    5 American College of Physicians. Agenda and Reports for Regents and Governor’s Meeting; List of Nominees for Different Awards; 1955
    6 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism. Photographs of various demonstrations; 1930
    7 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism. Rheumatism Primer; 1928
    8 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism: Conference on Rheumatic Diseases, May 9, 1932; 1932
    9 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism: Second Conference on Rheumatic Diseases; 1933
    10 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism: Scientific Exhibit – Cleveland Session; 1934
    11 American Committee for the Control of Rheumatism: Publications on Chronic Arthritis and other Rheumatic Diseases 1934-1936; 1936
    12 American Committee of League Internationale; Minutes of the Meeting 1948; 1948
    13 American Heart Association, Inc. Institutional Care Facilities in the United States for Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease; 1949
    14 American Rheumatic Association. Fourth Interim Scientific Session, Dec. 6, 1957; 1957
    15 American Rheumatism Association Committee. Secretary and Treasurer’s Reports; 1958
    16 American Rheumatism Association. PSH mostly handwritten notes; 1959
    17 American Rheumatism Association. Primer on the Rheumatic Diseases; 1959
    18 American Rheumatism Association. Second Pan-American Congress on Rheumatic Diseases June 2-6, 1959; 1959
    19 American Rheumatism Association. Sixth Interim Scientific Session, December 11, 1959; 1959
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    76 1 American Rheumatism Association. PSH observations, discussions, articles, etc. ; n. d.
    2 American Rheumatism Association. Reprints – Fourth Annual Meeting7-; 1937
    3 American Rheumatism Association Bulletin, Vol. 1, nos.1-2, 1938; 1938
    4 American Rheumatism Association. Program and Reprints – Fifth Annual Meeting; 1938
    5 American Rheumatism Association. Programs and Reprints – Sixth annual Meeting; 1939
    6 American Rheumatism Association, Inc. By- laws; 1939
    7 American Rheumatism Association. Reprints – Seventh Annual Meeting; 1940
    8 American Rheumatism Association. Reprints –Eight Annual Meeting; 1941
    9 American Rheumatism Association. Membership List; 1942
    10 American Rheumatism Association. Reprints – Primer on Arthritis; 1942
    11 American Rheumatism Association. Reprints – Proceedings of American Rheumatism Association, Atlantic City, June 8, 1942; 1942
    12 American Rheumatism Association. Members – March-September; 1946
    13 American Rheumatism Association. Discussions; 1947
    14 American Rheumatism Association – Correspondence 1944-1948; 1948
    15 American Rheumatism Association. Confidential Report on Tentative Plans for the American Rheumatism Foundation; 1948
    16 American Rheumatism Association. Officers, Committees and Members; 1949
    17 American Rheumatism Association. History of ARA, by Dr. Pemberton; 1949
    18 American Rheumatism Association. Post-Convention Tour of the Seventh International Congress in Rheumatic Diseases, June 22-29, 1949; 1949
    19 American Rheumatism Association. Correspondence and Minutes; 1949
    20 American Rheumatism Association. Agenda, Correspondence, Minutes, Reports; 1950
    21 American Rheumatism Association. Mayo Correspondence; 1950
    22 American Rheumatism Association. Directory (2copies); 1950
    23 American Rheumatism Association: Agenda, Correspondence, Minutes, Reports 1950-1952; 1952
    24 American Rheumatism Association. 19th Anniversary Dinner Program; 1951
    25 American Rheumatism Association. Members, Honorary Members, Officers, Committees July, 1951; October, 1952; October, 1953; 1953
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    77 1 American Rheumatism Association. 4th Primer on the Rheumatic Diseases (3copies); 1953
    2 American Rheumatism Association. Correspondence and Minutes, 1952-1954; 1954
    3 American Rheumatism Association. Directory of Members, New and Honorary Members, Officers and Committees, January, October 1955; 1955
    4 American Rheumatism Association. Correspondence, Reports, Memorandum, Minutes; 1955
    5 American Rheumatism Association. Committee and Officer Reports, Correspondence 1955-1956; 1956
    6 American Rheumatism Association. Reviews; 1957
    7 American Rheumatism Association. Agenda, Correspondence, Reports; 1958
    8 American Rheumatism Association. Annual Meeting, San Francisco, June 20-21, 1958; 1958
    9 American Rheumatism Association. 2nd Pan-American Congress on Rheumatic Diseases; 23rd annual Meeting- American Rheumatism Association, Washington, D. C. June 2-6, 1959; 1959
    10 American Rheumatism Association. 6th Interim Scientific Session and 25th Anniversary 1934-1959 Detroit, Michigan, Dec. 11 1959; 1959
    11 American Rheumatism Association. Directory and By-laws, 1959-1960; 1960
    12 American Rheumatism Association. Committee Reports, 1959-1961; 1961
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    78 1 American Rheumatism Association.7th Interim -and Scientific Session. Temple, Texas, December 9-10, 1960; 1960
    2 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes- Executive Committee Meeting, Dallas, Texas December 8, 1960; 1960
    3 American Rheumatism Association. Program – 1960 Annual Meeting June 9-11, 1960; 1960
    4 American Rheumatism Association 1960-61 Directory; 1961
    5 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes – Annual Meeting of the Medical and Scientific Committee, New York, New York, January 20, 1961; 1961
    6 American Rheumatism Association. Program 1961 Annual Meeting, New York City, June 22-23, 1961; 1961
    7 American Rheumatism Association 1962/63 Supplement to American Rheumatism Association Directory and By-Laws 1961/1962; 1962
    8 American Rheumatism Association. Correspondence, Invitation, Hotel Reservation form; 1962
    9 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes; Draft of the Agenda for the Meeting of the Combined Committee for the International League and the Pan-American League of the ARA, December 6, 1962; 1962
    10 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes of the Combined Meeting of the Committees for the Pan-American League and The International League of ARA, Chicago, Illinois, June 21, 1962; Atlantic City, June 12, 1963; 1963
    11 American Rheumatism Association. Rheumatic Diseases; from the Medical Research Programme of WHO 1958-1963. Report of the Director-General; 1963
    12 American Rheumatism Association Memorandum, Minutes, Agenda for the International Affairs Committee Meeting, Washington, D. C. Dec. 3, 1964; 1964
    13 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes; Program – Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California; 1964
    14 American Rheumatism Association. Minutes – Special Executive Committee Meeting, New York, NY October 3, 1964; 1964
    15 American Rheumatism Association. Opportunities in Rheumatology; 1965
    16 American Rheumatism Foundation; 1948
    17 American Rheumatism Research Fund, Inc. Proposal for Certificate of Incorporation and By-Laws; n. d.
    18 American Society for Clinical Investigation. Program of the 22nd Annual Meeting, May 5, 1930; n. d.
    19 American Society for Clinical Investigation. Officers and Councilors; 1941
    20 American Society for Clinical Investigation. Program 1951, 1953, 1956; 1956
    21 American Society for Clinical Investigation. Constitution; Officers and Members; 1953
    22 American Society for Clinical Investigation, Inc. By – Laws; 53rd annual meeting; 1961
    23 Archives of Inter-American Rheumatology. By-Laws; 1957
    24 Arthritic Foundation. Correspondence; 1944
    25 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Manual for Nurses, arthritis and other related disorders; n. d.
    26 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Plans of Organization and Fundraising for Nation-wide attack on Arthritis and other Rheumatic Diseases, Book 1 and 2; 1948
    27 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Fund proposed publicity and promotion aids; 1948
    28 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. On the eve of discovery; 1948
    29 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. The First Annual Campaign Dinner; 1949
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    79 1 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Chapter Handbook; 1948
    2 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. ARF Newsletter 1949-1953; 1953
    3 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Report – National Campaign Launched November 1949; 1950
    4 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Annual Report of the Year May1, 1949 to April30, 1950; 1950
    5 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Correspondence part 1; 1950
    6 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Correspondence part 2; 1950
    7 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Application for Research Fellowship; 1950
    8 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. A Progress Report on Cortisone and ACTH; 1950
    9 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newspaper Clipping “Why Eve Sells Fund Drive,” Chicago Sun-Times, Monday, November 27, 1950; 1950
    10 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. New England Chapter Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation…: “The Start of Conquest”: 1951
    11 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Home Care in Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1951
    12 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Roundtable Discussion of Chapter Medical Programs and Improvement in Patient Care; 1951
    13 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, Annual report 1951-1952; 1952
    14 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Manual for Arthritis Clinics, 1952; 1964; 1961
    15 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. “Arthritis – and the Medical Drugs” by Alton L. Blakeslee; 1952
    16 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, “Keeping Rheumatic Patients Enjoyable” by Anthony J. Lanza; 1953
    17 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newspaper Clipping- “Business Patterns Hinges on New Tax Laws” by Floyd Odlum; 1953
    18 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Medical and Scientific Committee, March 31, 1953; 1953
    19 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Annual Report, 1953 – 1954; 1954
    20 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newsletter 1953-1954; 1954
    21 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Fact Sheet; 1956
    22 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newsletter 1956-1957; 1957
    23 Arthritis and Rheumatism. Minutes of the Executive Committee…May 21, 1957; November 26, 1957; 1957
    24 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. 10th Annual Report, 1957-1958; 1958
    25 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newsletter – February, September, October; 1958
    26 Arthritis and Rheumatism foundation. Device News, March, April, October 1958; April, June, July 1959; February, October 1960; January 1961; February 1962; 1962
    27 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Home Care in Arthritis; 1958
    28 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Minutes of the Meeting of the Inter-Chapter Medical Advisory Committee, June 22, 1958; 1958
    29 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Agenda for Annual Meeting of the National Medical and Scientific Committee January 24, 1958; 1958
    30 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Reports; Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Medical and Scientific Executive Committee 1957 -1958; 1958
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    80 1 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Bulletin on Rheumatic Diseases December 1959; Papers on Choline Salicylate; Minutes of the Meeting of Interim Finance Committee; 1959
    2 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Newsletter, March-April; May-June; Nov.-December 1959; 1959
    3 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Medical and Scientific Committee; 1959
    4 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Minutes and Reports of the Executive Committee; 1960
    5 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Florida Chapter; 1960
    6 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee, May 23, 1961; 1961
    7 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation Annual Meeting of National Medical and Scientific Committee, January 20, 1961; 1961
    8 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation Newsletter, September-October 1961; 1961
    9 Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Arthritis Foundation News January- February 1963; Device News February, March 1963; 1963
    10 Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society “Fight the Crippled” Campaign; 1948
    11 Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society Annual Report, 7th 1955; 9th 1957; 10th 1958; 1958
    12 Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society Newsletter 1957-1959; 1959
    13 Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. Correspondence 1958; 1962; 1962
    14 Canadian Medical Association Annual Meeting; 1948
    15 Central Society for Clinical Research Second Annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois; 1929
    16 Central Society for Clinical Research. Correspondence 1928-1929; 1929
    17 Central Society for Clinical Research. Proceedings… vol. 21, 1948; 1948
    18 Central Society for Clinical Research. Proceedings…25th anniversary, vol. 25, 1952; 1952
    19 Central Society for Clinical Research. Proceedings …Vol. 26, 1953; 1953
    20 Central Society for Clinical Research. Correspondence 1957-1958, 1961-1962; 1962
    21 Clinical Orthopedic Society. Proceedings … Nov. 10-11, 1933; 1933
    22 Empire Rheumatism Council Annual Report 4th 1940; 12th 1947-1948; 13th 1948-1949; 18th 1953-1954; 20th 1955-1956; 1956
    23 Empire Rheumatism Council. Osteoarthritis: a handbook for patients; 1956
    24 Empire Rheumatism Council Annual Report 21st 1957; 23rd 1959; 27th 1963; 1963
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    81 1 Heberden Society Annual Report; 1959
    2 Instituto di Reumatologia dell’ Universita di Roma. Attivita’ Scientifica Didattica e Clinica, anni 1954-1956; 1957
    3 Instituto Nacional de Hidrologia y Climatologica Medicas. “Actualidad Economica por Ramiro Guerra; 1948
    4 International Study Centre for Rheumatic Diseases, Amsterdam. Correspondence; 1954
    5 La Liga Cubana Contra el Reumatismo Courso de Reumatologia; 1957
    6 Ligue Europeene Contre le Rhumatisme Report; 1954
    7 Ligue Francaise Contre le Rheumatisme. Election au Conseil D’administration; 1962
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    81 8 Ligie Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Acta Rheumatica, anno 1(1) January; 1929
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    81 9 Ligie Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Acta Rheumatica, anno 1(2) May; 1929
    10 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Acta Rheumatologica anno III (10) September; 1931
    11 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Acta Rheumatologica, anno X (36-37) March- May; 1938
    12 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Catalogue of the Library; n. d.
    13 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme Report; 1936
    14 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement Catalogue of the Library, May 1929-May 1930; 1930
    15 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement Catalogue of the Library. May 1930-May 1931; 1931
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    82 1 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rheumatisme. Supplement Catalogue of the Library, May 1931-May 1932; 1932
    2 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement Catalogue of the Library May 1932-May 1933; 1933
    3 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Catalogue of the Library Supplement May 1933-May 1934; 1934
    4 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement of the Catalogue of the Library May 1934-May 1935; 1935
    5 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement of the Catalogue of the Library May 1935-May 1936; 1936
    6 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement of the Catalogue of the Library May 1936-May 1937; 1937
    7 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Supplement of the Catalogue of the Library May 1937-May 1938; 1938
    8 Ligue Internationale Contre le Rhumatisme. Traite Internaional des Affections Rhumatismales; 1939
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    83 1 Masonic Foundation for Medical Research and Human Welfare. Progress Report and Application for Renewal of the Grant… January 1, 1954–December 31, 1954; 1954
    2 Masonic Foundation for Medical Research and Human Welfare Report January 1-1956-June 30, 1957; 1957
    3 Minnesota Society of Internal Medicine Constitution and By-Laws; 1958
    4 National Danish Association against Rheumatic Diseases Annual Report, 1947-1948; 1948
    5 The National Foundation – Current Literature: Arthritis and Related Diseases, v. 2(3, 5, 7, 11, 12); 1961
    6 National Foundation – Current Literature: Arthritis and Related Diseases, v. 3(1, 2, 5, 6, 11 & 12); 1962
    7 National Institutes of Health – Grants; 1950
    8 New Jersey Rheumatism Association. Rheumors, v. 5 (III) June-July 1957; October-November 1957; 1957
    9 New Jersey Rheumatism Association. Rheumors, v. 5 (II) May-June 1958; v. 6 (Special February Issue) 1958; v.9 (2) May-June 1962; 1962
    10 New York Rheumatism Association. Schedule of Meetings 1951-1952; Program for 1962-1963; Annual Meeting at Cornell University Medical College, April 11, 1951; 1951
    11 Rheumatic Fever Research Institute. Annual Report from the R. F. R. I. of Northwestern University, 1951-1952; 1952
    12 Rackham Arthritis Research Unit. Annual Report; Resume of Origin and Activites, February 1957 to April 1958; 1958
    13 Revmatologicke Konference, May 21-23, 1963, Prague Czechoslovakia; 1953
    14 Rheumatic Fever Research Institute annual report from the Northwestern University, 1952-1953; 1953
    15 R. F. R. I. – Rheumatic Fever Research Institute. Memorandum to the Trustees; 1955
    16 Royal Tree Hospital Unite of Rheumatology Report; 1948
    17 Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Reumatologicas. Antecedentes information actividades; 1957
    18 Societe Suisse de Medecine Physique et de Rhumatologie; 1959
    19 University of Minnesota. Continuation Course in Medical Social Service; 1941
    20 WHO Expert Committee on Rheumatic Diseases, Geneva; 1956
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    84 1 American College of Allergists, Inc. – Annual Congress; 1960
    2 American College of Physicians (Oklahoma-Arkansas); 1956
    3 American College of Physicians Regional Meeting; 1957
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    83 4 American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science – Annual Dinner; 1964
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    84 5 American Congress on Rheumatism; n. d.
    6 American Medical Association Section on Experimental Medicine and Therapeutics; 1950
    7 American Society for the Study of Arthritis; 1939
    8 Bath International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases; 1938
    9 Clinical Conference of Mid-Western Radiologist, February 1-13, 1937; 1937
    10 ”Collagen Diseases” – Milan, Italy, November 1957 (communications); 1957
    11 Conference Internationale des Maladies Rhumatismales; 1956
    12 Conferencias de Pratica Reumatologica 1958 (1961); 1958
    13 Conference on the Effects of Cortisone; 1951
    14 Congress Cientificos, 1961. Buenos Aires, Argentina – news articles and postcards; 1961
    15 Congresso Medici a Milano; 1957
    16 Congresso Pan-America de Reumatologia; Congresso Inter-Americano de Reumatologia; Congresso Brasiliero de Reumatologia; 1955
    17 Ernst A. Sommer Memorial Lecture (University of Portland Medical School); 1947
    18 Fever Seminar; 1931, 1934, 1935; 1935
    19 Florida Medical Forum; 1960
    20 Foreign Society Conference Programs, Correspondence, news 1949, 1951, 1953, 1959, 1961, 1964; 1964
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    85 1 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases part 1; 1948
    2 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases part 2; 1948
    3 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases part 3; 1948
    4 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases part 1; 1949
    5 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases part 2; 1949
    6 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases. Comments on European Trip and Attitude of Europeans toward the International Conference (with list of physicians interested in Rheumatic diseases); 1949
    7 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases, May 31; 1949
    8 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases; 1953
    9 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases at Aix-les-Bains, France; 1956
    10 International Congress on Rheumatic Diseases 1957(1965); 1957
    11 International Congress on Rheumatism and Hydrology; 1938
    12 International Congress of Internal Medicine; 1958
    13 International Congress of Internal Medicine; 1960
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    86 1 International Congress of Physical Medicine; 1960
    2 International Medical Assembly of Southwest Texas; 1960
    3 International Society of Internal Medicine; 1958
    4 Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association of North America; 1958
    5 Lecture Note and News Articles about Lectures 1933, 1947-48; 1948
    6 Lectures, Speech Abstracts; 1939
    7 Lecture Program’s PSH speaker, 1946-1960; 1960
    8 Lectures in Great Britain and Ireland September 27-October 27, 1950 – Correspondence; 1950
    9 Lecture and Symposium Requests 1958, 1959; 1959
    10 Lecture Notes on “Midwifery, the Mother of Cortisone”; 1964
    11 Lecture Programs (PSH not presenter) 1959-1960; 1960
    12 Los Angeles Academy of Medicine Annual Meeting; 1950
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    87 1 Minnesota Society of Internal Medicine; 1954
    2 Minnesota State Dental Association Meeting; 1932
    3 Minnesota State Medical Association Program; 1956
    4 Muscle as a Tissue Conference; 1960
    5 National Conference on Research and Education in Rheumatic Diseases; 1953
    6 New England Postgraduate Assembly; 1952
    7 New York University of Medicine – Correspondence; 1950
    8 New York University – Bellevue Medical Center Arthritis and Allied Rheumatic Disorders Course Program, October 10-21, 1949; 1949
    9 Oklahoma City Clinical Society 16th Fall Conference; 1946
    10 Pan American Congress on Rheumatic Diseases; 1963
    11 Panel on Rheumatic Diseases; 1954
    12 Questions for Panel Discussions on Cortisone and ACTH 1947, 1948, 1950; 1950
    13 Research in Rheumatic Diseases Conference; n. d.
    14 San Franciscoi Townhall –“Is Socialized Medicine Inevitable”? : 1959
    15 Speeches; 1958
    16 Stoneburner Lecture – Medical College of Virginia – Correspondence; 1951
    17 Symposium on Rheumatoid Arthritis (Maharry Medical College); 1961
    18 Tennessee Valley Medical Assembly; 1956
    19 Texas Rheumatism Association; 1958
    20 University of Minnesota Center for Continuation Study; 1947
    21 Veterans Administration Conference on Cortisone Research: A Symposium; 1950
    22 Symposium, Congress, Meeting and Proceedings 1941, 1950s; 1950
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    88 1 Science Service; Adventures in Science (radio transcript); 1949
    2 Cortisone Newsclippings – New York Times, William L. Laurence; 1949
    3 Cortisone Newsclippings, April; 1949
    4 Cortisone Newsclippings, May; 1949
    5 Cortisone Newsclippings – Life Magazine – Arthritis Articles, June; 1949
    6 Cortisone Newsclippings, June; 1949
    7 Cortisone Newsclippings, July; 1949
    8 Cortisone Newsclippings, August; 1949
    9 Cortisone Newsclippings, September; 1949
    10 Cortisone Newsclippings, October; 1949
    11 Cortisone Newsclippings, November; 1949
    12 Cortisone Newsclippings, December; 1949
    13 Cortisone Newsclippings – Cartoon – Captain Easy; 1950
    14 Cortisone Newsclippings, January; 1950
    15 Cortisone Newsclippings, February; 1950
    16 Cortisone Newsclippings, March-April 1950
    17 Cortisone Newsclippings, May-July; 1950
    18 Cortisone Newsclippings, August-December; 1950
    19 Cortisone Newsclippings, January-December; 1951
    20 Cortisone Newsclippings, January-June; 1952
    21 Cortisone Newsclipping; 1953
    22 Cortisone Newsclippings; 1954
    23 Cortisone Newsclipping, 1956-1960; 1960
    24 Cortisone Newsclipping; undated
    25 Cortisone Newsclipping; undated
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    89 1 Bibliography for Dr. Hench 1951-1952; 1952
    2 Pregnancy and Arthritis part 1; n. d.
    3 Pregnancy and Arthritis part 2; n. d.
    4 Pregnancy and Arthritis part 3; n. d.
    5 Bibliography for Dr. Hench 1950-1954; 1954
    6 New York Academy of Medicine Citations; 1954
    7 Bibliography Notes – 1948-1949; 1949
    8 Bibliography Notes – Sample of Foreign Language; 1953
    9 Bibliography Notes from V. Vihstadt Library; n. d.
    10 Bibliography Notes – from Keys; n. d.
    11 Jaundice Problems part 1; n. d.
    12 Jaundice Problem part 2; n. d.
    13 Sample of Bibliography Card for Dr. Bauer; n. d.
    14 Bibliography Prepared for Dr. Hench by Ms. Keys (Head of Library?); n. d.
    15 Bibliography cards Prepared by D. Hench; n. d.
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    90 1 Index card on various diseases; n. d.
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    91 1 Discussion on papers of Dr. Boisvert (draft carbon)-ARA, June; 1942
    2 Army and Navy Hospital, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1934-1935 part 1; 1935
    3 Army and Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs, Arkansas 1943-1944 part 2; 1944
    4 Station Hospital, Fort Custer, Michigan. Medical Forms, Laboratory Forms, Ward Rules, etc.; n. d.
    5 Station Hospital, Camp Carson, Colorado. Forms, Diagnosis Charts part 1; 1943
    6 Station Hospital, Camp Carson, Colorado. Disposition Board part 2; 1943
    7 Correspondence 1943-1945; 1945
    8 Sex Hygiene and Venereal Disease Lecture; n. d.
    9 Article Reprints 1943-1944; 1944
    10 Walter Reed General Hospital 1942-1944; 1944
    11 8th Service Command Postgraduate Medical Education Neuropsychiatric case reports 1944-1945; 1945
    12 Darnall General Hospital, Danville, Kentucky. Proceedings of a Neuropsychiatric Board; 1944
    13 Neuropsychiatry – Newspaper Clippings; 1944
    14 War Department Circular and Bulletin 1941-1944; 1944
    15 National Health Survey 1935-36; 1939; 1939
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    92 1 Personal Notes and Statistics on Incidence on- Rheumatic Disease – U. S. Army during World War 1 and 2 1917-1919; 1942-1944; 1944
    2 Reprints – Pemberton, Ralph. Studies on Arthritis in the Army based on hundred cases 1920; Clinical Study of Chronic Arthritis 1927; 1927
    3 Medical Statistics Bulletin No. 3, 1944. Physical examination of selected service registrants during wartime, April 1942-1943; 1943
    4 Polyarthritis, 1943-1945; 1945
    5 8th Service Command – Ashburn General Hospital, Mckinney, Texas; 1945
    6 Personal Notes, Correspondence and Reprints 1945-1946; 1946
    7 Venereal Diseases; n. d.
    8 Ghonorrheal and Venereal Diseases 1942-1945; 1945
    9 Trauma of joints; 1945
    10 Reprints – Arthritis; 1947
    11 Army Statistics – World War II 1943, 1944, 1946; 1946
    12 Reiter’s Disease 1940s; 1940
    13 Palindronic Rheumatism 1944-1946 1946
    14 Psychogenic Rheumatism 1941-1943; 1943
    15 Selected Rheumatic Disease in the Army; 1946
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    93 1 Arthritis in North African Theater Operations by Charles L. Short; 1945
    2 Outline of SGO History; 1945
    3 Statistics on various Diseases during WW I; 1948
    4 Rheumatic Diseases among Selectee, 1941-1945; 1945
    5 Code used for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases for SGO; 1946
    6 Army Appointment – PSH; 1942
    7 Extract of Regulations for Sick and Wounded; 1938
    8 Rheumatic Diseases – statistics for WW II; 1960
    9 Bibliography cards for Military Topics; n. d.
    10 Correspondence – Schnitker, Maurice A; 1943
    11 PSH notebook from Hot Springs; n. d.
    12 Reprints – Neuropsychiatry 1941-1946 part 1; 1946
    13 Reprints- Neuropsychiatry 1944-1948 part 2; 1948
    14 Neuropsychiatry: Mental Boards and Discharges Forms; 1942
    15 Correspondence – W. Graham 1944-1945; 1945
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    94 1 Department of the Army Technical Bulletin – TB Med 148, January 15, 1948; TB Med 167, January 14, 1948; 1948
    2 Group Psychotherapy – TB Med 103. October 10, 1944; 1944
    3 Nomenclature and Method of Recording Diagnosis – TB Med 203, October 19, 1945; 1945
    4 Physical Treatment in Army, 1942-1944; 1944
    5 Penicillin; 1944
    6 ”The Effect of Prostigmine(Neostigmine) on the Muscle Spasm of Rheumatoid Arthritis,” by Captain Victor G. Balboni, Captain Joseph L. Hollander and Major David M. Kydd; 1945
    7 Joint Pains in Aviators; “Some Factors Affecting the Incidence of ‘Bends’ Altitude” by J. F. Fulton; 1944
    8 Meningococcus Infection 1943-1945; 1945
    9 Dysenteric Arthritis; 1945
    10 Coccidioiodomycosis 1942-1945; 1945
    11 Rheumatic Fever 1944-1946; 1946
    12 Rheumatic Fever Center – Correspondence, Notes and Worksheets; 1945
    13 Newsletter – AAF Rheumatic Fever Control 1945, 1946; 1946
    14 Trips (Mechanics of); 1943
    15 V. O. Co.; 1943
    16 Supplies (Army and Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs, Arkansas); 1944
    17 Veterans Administration (Little Rock, Arkansas); 1940
    18 Military Medical Specialties – Correspondence; 1944
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    95 1 Slides for Medical Talks; 1944
    2 Neuropsychiatric Section – Hot Springs; 1945
    3 CDD – Certificate for Disability Discharge 1942-1943; 1943
    4 Medical information on patient with Migraine (RESTRICTED); 1943
    5 Manuscript: “The discharge of soldiers because of Physical Disabilities: Experiences and Interpretations”; n. d.
    6 CDD – Certificate for Disability Discharge Special File (forms and directives); 1943
    7 Conferences – Administrative; n. d.
    8 Character Board for Discharge (RESTRICTIED): 1943
    9 CDD (Certificate for Disability Discharge) (RESTRICTED); 1944
    10 Army Regulations; 1942
    11 Annual Report – 1942 Med. Ser., Sta. Hosp. (Medical Service, Station Hospital); 1942
    12 EVA; 1943
    13 Air Raids; Air Force Personnel (RESTRICTED); 1942
    14 Supplies – Col. Hench’s Office; 1943
    15 Training Program; 1943
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    96 1 Miscellaneous (Papers-directives); 1945
    2 Control Officer – Work Simplification; 1944
    3 Military Physicians; 1942
    4 Disciplinary Problems (RESTRICTED); 1943
    5 Court Martial; 1942
    6 Memoranda (Hospital); 1943
    7 Executive Meetings; 1943
    8 Hospital Funds; Forms 1943; 1943
    9 Inspections 1942-1943; 1943
    10 Reclassification Board on Limited Service 1942-1943; 1943
    11 Policy File – Medical Service; 1943
    12 Physical Standards; 1943
    13 Announcements; 1942
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    97 1 Enlisted Personnel Numbers Recommend. Not Promot. 1942-1943; 1943
    2 O. D. Officer of the Day Duties 1941-1944; 1944
    3 Inspections 1944
    4 Section VIII Discharge 1942-1944; 1944
    5 Retiring Board for Enlisted Men; n. d.
    6 Admin. (Administration) Conference Friday Staff Meetings 1943-1945; 1945
    7 Staff Personnel Rankings 1942, 1945; 1945
    8 Physicians especially interested in Rheumatic Diseases; n. d.
    9 Wright Case; 1944
    10 Miscellaneous: Schedule; Maps of the Hot Springs National Park and Military Map of the United States by Union Pacific Railroad; 1945
    11 Medical Surgical Conference May; 1944
    12 Hospital Regulations Station Hospital, Camp Carson, Colorado; n. d.
    13 Colonel Walter Bauer Communications 1944-1945, part 1; 1945
    14 Colonel Walter Bauer Communications 1944-1945; part 2; 1945
    15 Miscellaneous Papers and Forms, part 1; 1945
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    98 1 Miscellaneous Papers and Forms 1943-1945, part 2; 1945
    2 Regulations 1940, 1943; 1943
    3 Article by Others; 1942
    4 Articles on Gout by PSH; n. d.
    5 Medical Conferences; 1944
    6 Correspondence 1943-1944 part 1; 1943
    7 Reconditioning and Rehabilitation Program part 1; 1945
    8 Reconditioning and rehabilitation Program part 2; 1944
    9 SGO (Office of Surgeon General) Circular Letters 1943-1944 part 1; 1944
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    99 1 SGO (Office of Surgeon General) Circular Letters 1943-1944 part 2; 1944
    2 SGO (Office of Surgeon General) Circular Letters 1942-1943 part 3; 1943
    3 ”Preliminary Final Summary of a Study of Hemolytic Streptococcal Infection … at Camp Carson”; 1944
    4 ”Course No. 4 – The Rheumatic Diseases” March1947 (includes photographs of military personnel and Camp Carson); 1947
    5 Army Trip Fall; 1948
    6 Fort Custer Post Map (oversize); n. d.
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    100 1 Miscellaneous; Correspondence, Articles 1944-1945; 1945
    2 Letters of Approved Medical Candidates part 1; 1942
    3 Letters of Approved Medical Candidates part 2; 1942
    4 Letters o Approved Medical Candidates 1942, 1944 part 3; 1944
    5 Letters of Approved Medical Candidates part 4; 1942
    6 Letters of Approved Medical Candidates part 5; 1942
    7 Patient Records (Restricted) part 1; 1942
    8 Patient Records (Restricted) part 2; 1942
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    101 1 War Department FM 21-10 – Basic Field Manual: Military Sanitation and First Aid; 1940
    2 War Department FM 8-45- Medical Field Manual: Records of Morbidity and Mortality (sick and wounded); 1940
    3 War Department Technical Manual TM 8-210 – Guides to Therapy for Medical Officers; 1943
    4 War Department Technical Manual TM 8-220 – Medical Department Soldier’s Handbook; 1941
    5 War Department Technical Manual TM 8-260 – Fixed Hospitals of the Medical Department (General and Station Hospitals) (2copies); 1941
    6 War Department Technical Manual TM 8-227 – Methods for Laboratory Technicians; 1941
    7 War Department Technical Manual TM 8-210 l: Guides to Therapy for Medical Officers (2 copies); 1942
    8 War Department Technical Manual – TM8-285: Treatment of Casualties from Chemical Agents; 1945
    9 The Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, No. 77 June; 1944
    10 Compilation of War Department General Orders, Bulletins and Circulars, Supplement 1; 1942
    11 Compilation of War Department General Orders, Bulletins, and Circulars; 1943
    12 Physicians’ Reference Book of Emergency Medical Service; 1942
    13 Broughton, Philip S. Prostitution and the War: the missing man in the front line. Public Health Pamphlet No. 65; 1942
    14 Unites States Army Officers’ Handbook of Military Law and Court-Martial Procedure, by F. Granville Munson and Walter H. E. Jaeger (“Army Officers’ Blue Book); 1942
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    102 1 Hot Springs and Camp Carson (includes photographs); 1944
    2 Colorado Springs Community Chest brochure, includes map; 1943
    3 Military personnel and addresses; 1945
    4 Correspondence 1942-1945 part 1; 1945
    5 Correspondence part 2; 1944
    6 Correspondence 1943-1945 part 3; 1945
    7 Correspondence 1943-1944 part 4; 1944
    8 Correspondence part 5; 1945
    9 Correspondence 1942-1945 part 6; 1945
    10 Correspondence 1942-1944 part 7; 1944
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    103 1 Red Cross (Gray ladies) Camp Carson; 1944
    2 Army Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs, Annual Report; 1944
    3 Manuscript: “What is Gout?” ; n. d.
    4 Board of Officers – discharge 1942-1943; 1943
    5 Asthma and hay Fever Booklets; n. d.
    6 Communicable and Infectious Diseases 1942-1943; 1943
    7 Venereal Disease – Procedures and Treatment 1941-1943? ; 1943
    8 Diagnosis Manual – Camp Carson; 1944
    9 Research Problems in Arthritis; n. d.
    10 Exercises and Therapy Instruction Sheets; n. d.
    11 Research: Pregnancy; 1948
    12 Research: Rocky Mountain Spotted Tick Fever; 1943
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    104 1 Research: Penicillin 1943-1946 Part 1; 1946
    2 Research: Penicillin 1943-1944 part 2; 1944
    3 Research: Penicillin part 3; 1944
    4 Research: Penicillin part 4; 1944
    5 U, S, Army Rheumatism Centers 1944-1945; 1945
    6 Rheumatism Center – News Articles; 1944
    7 U. S. Army Rheumatism Center publicity; 1944
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    105 1 Abbott; n. d.
    2 ADS – Company not specified; n. d.
    3 ADS – Other Than Medication; n. d.
    4 A. H. Robbins; n. d.
    5 AMES; n. d.
    6 Argus Research Corporation; n. d.
    7 ARMOUR Laboratories part 1; n. d.
    8 ARMOUR Laboratories part 2; n. d.
    9 AYERST Laboratories; 1956
    10 BRISTOL Laboratories Incorporated; 1946
    11 BRISTOL-MYERS Company; n. d.
    12 Central Pharmacal Company; n. d.
    13 CIBA Pharmaceutical Products, Inc.; n. d.
    14 Cortico-Steroids Vendor List; n. d.
    15 Cutter Laboratories; n. d.
    16 Drug Trade News; 1950
    17 ENDO (Laboratoire de L’Endopancrine); n. d.
    18 Ethicon, Inc.; 1956
    19 Flint, Eaton and Company; n. d.
    20 Frederick Stearns and Company; n. d.
    21 G. D. Searle and Co. ; 1948
    22 Geigy; 1959
    23 Interstate Drug Exchange Inc. ; 1959
    24 Johnson and Johnson; n. d.
    25 Laboratories Midy; n. d.
    26 Lakeside Laboratories, Inc. ; 1952
    27 Lederle part 1; 1953
    28 Lederle part 2; n. d.
    29 Eli Lilly; 1939
    30 Memorial Heart Fund/American Legion/Department of Minnesota; n. d.
    31 Merck 1950s part 1; 1950
    32 Merck Bookholder part 2; n. d.
    33 Merck part 3; 1957
    34 Merck part 4; n. d.
    35 Merck part 5; 1952
    36 Merck part 6; 1958
    37 Merck part 7; 1949
    38 Merck part 8; 1956
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    106 1 Merck part 9; 1951
    2 Merck part 10; 1950
    3 Merck part 11; 1951
    4 Merck and Company Inc. Report to Stockholders, 1950-1951 part 12; 1951
    5 Merck and Company Inc. Report on Cortisone Situation part 13; 1951
    6 Merck and Company Inc. part 14; 1950
    7 Merck and Company Inc. Cortone News, part 15; 1950
    8 Merck and Company Inc. A Progress Report on Cortisone, (4 copies) part 16; 1950
    9 Merck and Company Inc. The Merck Report 1950, 1951, part 17; 1951
    10 Merck Sharp and Dohme. Correspondence part 18; 1958
    11 Merck Sharp and Dohme. The Rahway Reporter, part 19; 1959
    12 Merck Sharp and Dohme. The Merck Review, January-February part 20; 1959
    13 Merck Sharp and Dohme. Correspondence part 21; 1964
    14 Merck Sharp and Dohme. Correspondence part 22; 1961
    15 Merck Sharp and Dohme. Correspondence part 23; 1959
    16 Merck Sharp and Dohme. “The Merchants of Life, by Tom Mahoney part 16; 1959
    17 Merck Sharp and Dohme. “The Treatment of Active Rheumatoid Arthritis, 1948; “Technic of Intra-articular injection with HydroCortone, 1953 part 17; 1953
    18 Merck Sharp and Dohme Seminar Report Fall 1956, Spring 1959 part 18; 1959
    19 Merck Sharp and Dohme Seminar on Arthritis, part 1 and 2. Part 19; 1951
    20 Merck Sharp and Dohme Seminar September-October part 20; 1952
    21 Merck Company, Inc. “Cortone Acetate and Hydrocortone part 29; 1952
    22 Merck and Company, Inc. The Merck Report; 1953-1956
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    107 1 Merck Sharp and Dohme “By Their Fruits” part 31; 1962
    2 Northwestern National Life Insurance Company; 1949
    3 Novartis “Pyribenzamine Cream”; n. d.
    4 Nutritional Biochemicals Corporation. “Research Biochemicals” July; 1959
    5 Organon, Inc. “Cortrophin Zinc”; n. d.
    6 Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation “Actase Fibrinolysin (Human)”; n. d.
    7 Parke-Davis and Company Therapeutic Notes; 1936, 1947
    8 Pfizer Laboratories part 1; 1954
    9 Pfizer Laboratories part 2; 1957
    10 Pharmacia (?) Swedish; n. d.
    11 Purdue Frederick Company “Arthropan”; 1960
    12 Riedel-de Haen, Inc. “The Advantages of Decholin in the Management of Chronic Cholecystitis”; n. d.
    13 Roche Laboratories. “Tigan”; n. d.
    14 Roussel “Hydrocortisone”; n.d.
    15 Sandoz Pharmaceuticals “Cafergone”; n. d.
    16 Sanofi-Aventis “Decortisyl”; n. d.
    17 Schering 1957-1958 part 1; 1958
    18 Schering Handbook part 2; 1946
    19 Schering “Meticorten” (Chung-Li Ch’uan) part 3; n. d.
    20 Schering “Practical Guide to “Meti” steroid therapy…part 4; 1956
    21 Schering Corporation “Progynon” part 5; n. d.
    22 Schering “Doctor to doctor” a roundtable discussion…” part 6; 1959
    23 Schering “Metacortandralone” part 7; 1955
    24 Schering “Preliminary Observations on the Anti-rheumatic Potency, Metabolic Effects and Hormonal Properties of Metacortandralone and Metacortandracin, by Joseph J. Bunin, Maurice M. Pechet and Alfred J. Bollet part 8; 1954
    25 Schieffelin and Company “Cortisorbate tablets”; 1951
    26 Smith, Kline and French Laboratories. “Five Years of Thorazine”; n. d
    27 Searle “Rolicton Diuresis Maintains Continuous Edema Control”; 1957
    28 Squibb “Basic Medical Brochure”; 1959
    29 United Research Laboratories, Inc. “ACTH”; 1950
    30 Upjohn: “Cortef acetate ointment in Dermatology part 1”; 1954
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    108 1 Upjohn Cortisone and ACTH Information References part 2; 1953
    2 Upjohn Company “Cortisone and ACTH References part 3; 1953
    3 Upjohn Company “Study of the Inhibition of Cortico-steroid-induced adrenal hypofunction by concurrent administration of ACTH part 4; n. d.
    4 Upjohn Company “Medrol” part 5; 1952
    5 Upjohn Company “The Overflow” June part 6; 1952
    6 Upjohn Company part 7; 1951
    7 U. S. Vitamin Corporation “Vegex in Anemias”; 1938
    8 Wander/Smith-Dorsey; n. d.
    9 Wallace Laboratories “Soma”; n. d.
    10 Warner-Chilcott Laboratories “Laboratory Manual of the District of Columbia General Hospital”; n. d.
    11 White Laboratories, Inc. “A Forum on Oral Penicillin”; n. d.
    12 Whittier Laboratories “Ertron” n.d.
    13 Wilson Laboratories “Corticotropin Solution”; n.d.
    14 Wintrop Chemical Company, Inc. “Demerol Hydrochlroride”; n.d.
    15 Wyeth “Prozine”; 1946
    16 Commission on Drug Safety; 1962
    17 Commission on Drug Safety; 1964
    18 Drug Industry Antitrust Act 1961: Notes and News; 1961
    19 Drug Industry Antitrust Act 1961: AMA Settlement Bill S. 1552; 1961
    20 Drug Industry Antitrust Act: Eugene Beasley (Eli Lilly Co.); 1960
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    109 1 US Congress Hearings; 1958-1959
    2 HR 7226: Rheumatic Fever Testimony; 1956
    3 HR 7225: Rheumatic Fever and Heart Trouble; Senator Thye; 1956
    4 HR 7226: Rheumatic Fever Testimony; copy with letter (Chairman Byrd); 1956
    5 AMA News July 9; 1962
    6 Kefauer Hearing, May and Goodman Testimony; 1961
    7 Memorandum. Proposal of Merck and Co. to obtain Mayo Clinic Motion Picture; 1959
    8 News clipping. Hench Testifies on Drug Pricing Probe, Merck; 1959
    9 Notes, flashcards, news clippings for testimony for Merck; 1959
    10 Correspondence, notes, news clippings for testimony for Merck; 1959-1960
    11 Statement presented to Kefauer Committee; 1960
    12 Medical World News, Drug Industry, Pricing Policies of Drug Industry; June 3, 1960
    13 Copies of news clippings regarding hearing on drug pricing; 1959-1960
    14 Correspondence from Lloyd Cutler to Philip Hench; July 23, 1962
    15 Copy of news clippings, December 1959
    16 Excessive Drug Pricing, n.d.
    17 Statement of George E. Frost, May 1962
    18 Statement of Eugene Rostow, William Graham, Vannevar Bush, Helen Taussig; May 1962
    19 Prescription Drugs and the Public Health; December 1961
    20 U.S. News & World Report; May 28, 1962
    21 Drug pricing articles and clippings; 1962-1962
    Series III: Reprints; 1922-1965
    Scope and Content Note: A set of reprints of Dr. Hench’s publications is housed in the first boxes of this series. Dr. Hench made extensive literature searches for research over his whole career. He maintained extensive reprints files on all phases of rheumatic diseases by other scientists. Most of these files are in alphabetical order by the last name of the primary author; the rest of the files are arranged chronologically. The reprints date from the late nineteen century to the 1960s.
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    110 1 Hench, P.S. Double pyelonephritis, marked secondary anemia, and hysterical dysphagia. The Clinic Bull.(Rochester, MN). Vol.3 (No. 207): 1-2, Mar. 30, 1922; 1922
    2 Hench, P.S. Chronic nephritis unclassified group. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol.3 (No. 237): 1, May 4, 1922; 1922
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    4 Hench, P.S. Staff report. (Concentration of urea in saliva – abstract) The Clinic Bull.(Rochester, MN). Vol. 3 (No.287): 1, July 1, 1922; 1922
    5 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. The concentration of urea in saliva. J.A.M.A. Vol.79:1409-1412, Oct. 21, 1922. With editorial: Diagnostic possibilities of salivary analysis. J.A.M.A. Vol. 79:1768-1769, Nov. 18, 1922; 1922
    6 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [A new and simple index of renal in­ sufficiency – abstract] The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 4 (No.261): 1, June 2, 1923; 1923
    7 Hench, P.S. Salivary urea and the mercury combining power of saliva: a new and simple index of renal insufficiency. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 7:123-134, July, 1923; 1923
    8 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [A simple apparatus for the determination of the salivary urea index – abstract] The Clinic Bull.(Rochester, MN). Vol. 5 (No.52): 1, Oct. 20, 1923; 1923
    9 Vol. Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. A salivary index to renal function. J.A.M.A. 81:1997-2003, Dec. 15, 1923; 1923
    10 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. A salivary index to renal function. Coll. Papers, Mayo Clin. and Mayo Foundation. Vol. 15:343-359, 1923. (MISSING); 1923
    11 Hench, P.S. Polycystic kidneys with renal insufficiency. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol.5 (No.120}: 1, Jan 10, 1924; 1923
    12 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, A salivary index to renal function. Spanish ed., J.A.M.A. Vol. 11:85-89, Jan. 15, 1924; 1924
    13 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [Encephalitis lethargica, parkinsonian syndrome and diabetes insipidus – case report] The Clinic Bull. Rochester, MN). Vol. 5 (No. 128): 1, Jan. 19, 1924; 1924
    14 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. Apparatus for the determination of the salivary urea index. J.A.M.A. Vol. 82:1194-1195, Apr. 12, 1924; 1924
    15 Hench, P.S.; Snell, A.M.; Greene, C.H. Clinical and experimental observations on the intravenous use of mercurochrome. Trans. Soc. for Clinical Surgery, pp.35-36, June 6 and 7, 1924; 1924
    16 Hench, P.S. Chronic infectious arthritis. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 6 (No. 22}: 1, Aug. 26, 1924; 1924
    17 Hench, P.S. A case of renal glycosuria. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN).Vol. 6 (No. 25}: 1, Aug. 29, 1924; 1924
    18 Hench, P.S. The use of mercurochrome in the clinic. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN).Vol. 6 (No. 42): 1, Sept. 18, 1924; 1924
    19 Hench, P.S. A note on renal functional tests for the general practitioner (with special reference to the salivary urea index). Northwest Med. Vol. 23:539-542, Dec., 1924; 1924
    20 Hench, P.S. Thyroxin and its discoverer; a biographical note concerning Dr. Edward C. Kendall, New York Mu.The Record of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Vol. 44:350-352, Dec., 1924; 1924
    21 Hench, P.S.; Snell, A.M.; Greene, C.H. Clinical and experimental observations on the intravenous use of mercurochrome. Coll. Papers, Mayo Clin. and Mayo Foundation. Vol. 16:1081-1083, 1924. MISSING; 1924
    22 Hench, P.S. The protean manifestations of chronic infections arthritis (with a note on c treatment). Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 8:1295-1306, Jan., 1925; 1925
    23 Hench, P.S.; Snell, A.M.; Greene, C.H. The excretion of mercurochrome in the bile. (Abstr.) J. Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Vol. 25:142-144, Mar., 1925; 1925
    24 Hench, P.S. The systemic nature of chronic infectious arthritis. Atlantic M.J. Vol. 28:425-436, Apr., 1925; 1925
    25 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [Systemic nature of chronic infectious arthritis- abstract] The Clinic Bull.(Rochester, MN). Vol. 6 (No. 233): 1-2, May 2, 1925; 1925
    26 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. The mercury combining power of deproteinized blood. Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. and Med. Vol. 22:556-558, May, 1925; 1925
    27 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [Vascular disturbances in lower extremities – 6 cases] The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 7 (No. 20): 1-2, Aug. 24, 1925; 1925
    28 Hench, P.S. Staff report. [Mercury combining power of deproteinized blood – abstract and discussion] The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 7 (No. 66): 1-2, Oct. 17, 1925; 1925
    29 Hench, P.S. Myasthenia gravis. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 7 (No. 132): 1, Jan. 5, 1926; 1926
    30 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. The Clinic Bull. (Rochester, MN). Vol. 7(No. 148):2, Jan. 23, 1926; 1926
    31 Hench, P.S. Discussion of a case of gout. The Clinic. Bull. (Rochester, MN). Apr. 17, 1926; 1926
    32 Hench, P.S. Practical considerations of renal physiology and function: their application to the management of nephritis. Report of the Weekly staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 1 (No. 11): 54-57, June 30, 1926; also in: Coll. Papers Mayo Clin. And Mayo Found. Vol. 18:435-438, 1926; 1926
    33 Hench, P.S. Practical considerations of renal physiology and function: their application to the management of nephritis. J.A.M.A.Vol. 87:8-14, July 3, 1926. 1926
    34 Hench, P.S. O-iodoxybenxoic acid. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 87:753. Sept. 4, 1933. MISSING; 1933
    35 Hench, P.S.; Aldrich, M. Urea retention: a simple method for its estimation by the mercury combining power of blood. Arch. Int. Med. Vol. 38:474-488, Oct., 1926; 1926
    36 Hench, P.S.; Jepson, P.N. Differential diagnosis and medical and orthopedic care of several different forms of chronic arthritis. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 10:563-595, Nov. 1926; 1926
    37 Hench, P.S. New work on rheumatic diseases. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 2:14-15, Jan. 26, 1927; 1927
    38 Hench, P.S. Types of chronic arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 2:29-31, Feb. 16, 1927; 1927
    39 Hench, P.S. Gout. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 2:66-67, Mar. 30, 1927; 1927
    40 Hench, P.S. Arthropathia psoriatica. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 2:89-90, Apr. 27, 1927; 1927
    41 Hench, P.S. The nitrogenous constituents of the blood following ureters into different experimental transplantation of the levels of the intestine. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin.,Vol. 2:135-136, June 15, 1927; 1927
    42 Hench, P.S. Gout. Discussion. Diet. Admin. and Therap. Vol. 5:288-290, Aug., 1927. MISSING; 1927
    43 Hench, P.S.; Fortin, H. The care of the feet in chronic arthritis. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 11:1603-1626, May, 1928; 1928
    44 Hench, P.S. Studies on the physiology of joints. Discussion. Proc. Staff. Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 3:173-174, June 6, 1928; 1928
    45 Hench, P.S. Basis for the early differential diagnosis of gout: a clinical comparison of 100 cases each of gout, rheumatic fever, and infectious arthritis. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 3:219-220, July 18, 1928; 1928
    46 Hench, P.S.; Vanzant, F.R.; Nomland, R. Basis for the early differential diagnosis of gout: a clinical comparison of 100 cases each of gout, rheumatic fever, and infectious arthritis. Tr. A. Am. Physicians. Vol. 43:217-229, 1928; 1928
    47 Henderson, M.S.; Hench, P.S. Types and treatment of chronic arthritis. Minnesota Med. Vol. 12:202-210, Apr., 1929; 1929
    48 Hench, P.S. Basis for diagnosis of gout and “presumptive” gout. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 4:354-356, Dec. 11, 1929; 1929
    49 Hench, P.S. Selection of patients with arthritis for treatment by resection of sympathetic ganglions and trunks. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:23-24, Jan. 29, 1930; 1930
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    111 1 Hempstead, B.E.; Hench, P.S. Uremic stomatitis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:110-112, Apr. 23, 1930; 1930
    2 Ghrist, D.C.; Hench, P.S. The course and prognosis in chronic infectious arthritis: a study of relapses. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 13:1499-1518, May, 1930; 1930
    3 Hench, P.S. Usual and unusual reactions to protein (fever) therapy. (Abstr.) J. Clin. Investigation. Vol. 8:670, June 20, 1930; 1930
    4 Hench, P.S. The treatment of dental foci in chronic rheumatic disease. Dent. Survey. Vol. 6:19-26, June, 1930 1930
    5 Hench, P.S. Usual and unusual reactions to protein therapy (intravenous typhoid vaccine.) (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:206-208, July 23, 1930; 1930
    6 Ghrist, D.C.; Hench, P.S. The course and prognosis in chronic infectious arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:233-235, Aug. 20, 1930; 1930
    7 Hempstead, B.E.; Hench, P.S. Uremic stomatitis. (Abstr.) J. Clin. Investigation. Vol. 9:22, Aug. 20, 1930; 1930
    8 Hench, P.S. Typhoid “H” antigen: further observations on nonspecific protein therapy in peripheral vascular disease. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:269-270, Sept. 24, 1930; 1930
    9 Hench, P.S. The treatment of dental foci in chronic rheumatic disease. Brit. J. Dent. Sc. Vol. 75:257-264, Sept., 1930; 1930
    10 Hench, P.S.; Henderson, M.S.; Rowntree, L.G.; Adson, A.W. The treatment of chronic “infectious” arthritis by sympathetic ganglionectomy and trunk resection. J. Lab. and Clin. Med. Vol. 15:1247-1256, Sept., 1930; 1930
    11 Rynearson, E.H.; Hench, P.S. The treatment of chronic rheumatic diseases with special references to patent remedies and the cults. Am. Med. Vol. 36:642-650, Oct., 1930; 1930
    12 Hench, P.S.; Rowntree, L.G.; Adson, A.W. Preliminary results of resection of sympathetic ganglia and trunks in seventeen cases of chronic “infectious” arthritis. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 4: 447-454, Nov., 1930; 1930
    13 Rynearson, E.H.; Hench, P.S. The treatment of chronic rheumatic diseases with special references to patent remedies and the cults. (Abstract) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 5:359-362, Dec. 10, 1930; 1930
    14 Hempstead, B.E.; Hench, P.S. Uremic stomatitis. Tr. Am. Laryng., Rhin. and Otol. Soc., p.510-522, 1930; 1930
    15 Hench, P.S.; Rowntree, L.G.; Adson, A.W. Preliminary results of resection of sympathetic ganglia and trunks in seventeen cases of chronic “infectious” arthritis. Tr. A. Am. Phys. Vol. 45:226-239, 1930. MISSING; 1930
    16 Hench, P.S. Report of a case of gout. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 6:2-5, Jan. 7, 1931; 1931
    17 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. South. Med. Jour. Vol. 24: 476-477, June, 1931 MISSING; 1931
    18 Hench, P.S.; Rynearson, E.H. “Rheumatism” that requires morphine. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 6:434-435, July 22, 1931; 1931
    19 Hench, P.S.; Rynearson, E.H. “Rheumatism” that requires morphine. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 15:153-161, July, 1931; 1931
    20 Hench, P.S.; Craig. W. McK. Sympathetic ganglionectomy and ramisectomy for chronic infectious arthritis: a clinical interpretation. South. M. J. Vol. 24:636-645, July, 1931; 1931
    21 Hench, P.S. Opinions concerning bacteremia in chronic atrophic arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 6:625-628, Oct. 21, 1931; 1931
    22 Bernhardt, H.; Hench, P.S. Bacteriology of the blood in chronic infectious arthritis. J. Infect. Dis. Vol. 49:489-496, Dec., 1931; 1931
    23 Hench, P.S. Usual and unusual reactions to protein (fever) therapy. Arch. Int. Med. Vol. 49:1-25, Jan., 1932; 1932
    24 Hench, P.S.; Wakefield, E.G.; Camp, J.D. Postural sciatica in association with congenital hemihypertrophy. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 7:89-91, Feb. 17, 1932; 1932
    25 Hench, P.S.; Wakefield, E.G.; Camp, J.D. Postural sciatica in association with congenital hemihypertrophy. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 15:1497-1504, May, 1932; 1932
    26 Darnall, C.M.; Hench, P.S. Certain factors precipitating acute exacerbations of gout. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 7:331-332, June 8, 1932; 1932
    27 Hench, P.S. Derivatives of cinchophen and their toxicity. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 7:427-428, July 20, 1932; 1932
    28 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 99:1020, Sept. 17, 1932 MISSING; 1932
    29 Hench, P.S. Work of the American Committee for the control of rheumatism. J.A.M.A. Vol. 99:1020-1022, Sept. 17, 1932; 1932
    30 Hench, P.S. Derivatives of cinchophen and their toxicity. Cabot case reports in New England J. Med. Vol. 207:949-950, Nov. 24, 1932 MISSING; 1932
    31 Judd, E.S.; Hench, P.S. Coexistencia de la artritis (atrofica) cronica infecciosa y la colecisitis: resultados de la colecistectomia. Bo. Asoc. Med. de Puerto Rico Vol. 24:557-572, Nov., 1932; 1932
    32 Hench, P.S. Work of the American Committee for the control of rheumatism. (Abstr.) Acta Rheumatol. Vol. 5:24-28, Feb. 1933 MISSING; 1933
    33 Hench, P.S.; Horton, B.T. Extrapulmonary bruits from arteriovenous fistula of the intercostal vessels: report of two cases. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 8:191-193, Mar.29, 1933; 1933
    34 Hench, P.S.; Darnall, C.M. A clinic on acute, old-fashioned gout; with special reference to its inciting factors. Med. Clin. North America Vol. 16:1371-1393, May, 1933; 1933
    35 Hench, P.S.; Horton, B.T. Extrapulmonary bruits from arteriovenous fistula of the intercostal vessels: report of two cases. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 16:1395-1400, May, 1933; 1933
    36 Hench, P.S. Analgesia accompanying hepatitis and jaundice in cases of chronic arthritis, fibrositis and sciatic pain. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 8:430-436, July 12, 1933; 1933
    37 Judd, E.S.; Hench, P.S. Coexistent chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis and cholecystitis: results of cholecystectomy. Minnesota Med. Vol. 16:522-532, Aug., 1933; 1933
    38 Hench, P.S. Report of the second conference on rheumatic diseases. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 8:573-578, Sept.20, 1933; 1933
    39 Hench, P.S. Analgesia accompanying hepatitis and jaundice in cases of chronic arthritis. (Abstract) J.A.M.A. Vol.101:1265-1266, Oct. 14, 1933 MISSING; 1933
    40 Hench, P.S. Second conference on rheumatic diseases. J.A.M.A. Vol. 101:1182-1184, Oct. 7; 1264-1266, Oct. 14, 1933; 1933
    41 Hench, P.S. Present viewpoint in the medical management of joint diseases. Proceedings of the Clinical Orthopedic Society, Rochester, Minnesota, Nov. 10, 1933; Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, Nov. 11, 1933 MISSING; 1933
    42 Hench, P.S. Remarks on gout: presentation of two cases. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 8:717-719, Nov. 29, 1933; 1933
    43 Hench, P.S. Granulocytopecia. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 101:2076, Dec. 23, 1933; 1933
    44 Hench, P.S. Felty’s syndrome. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 101: 2078, Dec. 23, 1933; 1933
    45 Hench, P.S. Analgesia accompanying hepatitis and jaundice in cases of chronic arthritis. (Abstract) Acta Rheumatologica. Vol. 5:37-38, Dec., 1933 MISSING; 1933
    46 Hench, P.S. Second conference on rheumatic diseases. Acta Rheumatologica. Vol. 5:32-33, Dec., 1933. MISSING; 1933
    47 Hench, P.S.; Pattee, G. Occupational therapy: its purpose and methods. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 9:17-20, Jan. 10, 1934; 1934
    48 Hench, P.S. The analgesic effect of hepatitis and jaundice in chronic arthritis, fibrositis and sciatic pain. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 7:1278-1294, Apr., 1934; 1934
    49 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. Proc. Third Conf. Rheum. Dis. June 11, 1934, pp.31; 1934
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    112 1 Hench, P.S. Gout. Discussion. Proc. Third Conf. Rheum. Dis. June 11, 1934, pp. 104-105 MISSING; 1934
    2 Hench, P.S. The analgesic effect of hepatitis and jaundice in chronic arthritis, fibrositis and sciatic pain. J. Clin. Investigation. Vol. 13:709, July, 1934; 1934
    3 Hench, P.S.; Meyerding, H. W. The results of failure or neglect in the care of chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis: the characteristic deformities and their prevention. Med. Clin. North America Vol. 18:549-571, Sept., 1934; 1934
    4 Hench, P.S. A consideration of muscular pain and fatigue with a note on glycine: preliminary comment. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 9:603-606, Oct. 3, 1934; 1934
    5 Hench, P.S. Report of the Third Conference on Rheumatic Diseases. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 9:616-623, Oct. 10, 1934; 1934
    6 Brav, E.A.; Hench, P.S. Tuberculous rheumatism: a resume. J. Bone and Joint Surg. Vol. 16:839-866, Oct., 1934; 1934
    7 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 103:1804, Dec. 8, 1934 MISSING; 1934
    8 Hench, P.S. Gout. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 103:1883-1884, Dec. 15, 1934 MISSING; 1934
    9 Hench, P.S. Third Conference on Rheumatic Diseases. J.A.M.A. Vol. 103:1732-1734, Dec. 1; 1801-1804, Dec. 8; 1883-1884, Dec. 15, 1934; 1964
    10 Hench, P.S. Report of the Third Conference on Rheumatic Diseases. Acta Rheumatol. Vol. 7:21-31, Feb., 1935 MISSING; 1935
    11 Hench, P.S. Discussion. Acta Rheumatologica. Vol. 7:27-28, Feb. 1935 MISSING; 1935
    12 Hench, P.S. Discussion. Acta Rheumatologica. Vol. 7:30, Feb. 1935 MISSING; 1935
    13 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Results of fever therapy for gonorrheal arthritis, chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis, and other forms of “rheumatism.” Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 10:202-207, Mar. 27, 1935; 1935
    14 Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Fletcher, A.A.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, F.; White, P. The present status of the problem of “rheumatism”: a review of recent American and English literature on “rheumatism” and arthritis. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 8:1315-1374, Apr.; 1495-1555, May; 1673-1697, June, 1935 HOUSED IN BOX 8 WITH OTHER REVIEWS; 1935
    15 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Popp, W.C. Results of fever therapy for gonorrheal arthritis, chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis, and other forms of “rheumatism.” Proceeding of the Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935, pp. 9-13 MISSING; 1935
    16 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Popp, W.C. Fever therapy: results for gonorrheal arthritis, chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis, and other forms of “rheumatism.” J.A.M.A. Vol. 104:1779-1790, May 18, 1935; 1935
    17 Hench, P.S. Fever therapy in chorea and in theumatic carditis with and without chorea. Discussion. Proceedings of the American Assoc. for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases, June 10, 1935, pp. 183-184 MISSING; 1935
    18 Hench, P.S. Home treatment of chronic arthritis with physical therapy. Discussion. Proceedings of the American Assoc. for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases, June 10, 1935, pp. 63-6 MISSING; 1935
    19 Hench, P.S. Chronic atrophic arthritis: the effect of a high carbohydrate diet and insulin on the symptoms and respiratory metabolism. Discussion. Proceedings of the American Assoc. for the Study and Control of Rheumatic Diseases, June 10, 1935, p. 83 MISSING; 1935
    20 Hench, P.S. Report of Proceedings of the Fourth Rheumatism Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 10, 1935. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 10:615-619, Sept.25, 1935; 1935
    21 Hench, P.S. A clinic on some diseases of joints. I. Gonorrheal arthritis; results of fever therapy. II. Acute postoperative arthritis; its identification. III. Acute postoperative gout; its treatment and prevention. IV. The inactivating effect of jaundice in chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis and fibrositis. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 19:551-583, Sept., 1935; 1935
    22 Hench, P.S. Clinical notes on the results of fever therapy in different diseases. Report of the Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May, 1935. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 10:662-666, Oct. 16, 1935; 1935
    23 Hench, P.S. Fourth Rheumatism Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 10, 1935. J.A.M.A. Vol.105:1378-1383, Oct. 26, 1935; 1935
    24 Hench, P.S. The kidney: its diseases and disturbances. In Fishbein, Morris, Ed.: Modern Home Medical Adviser. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1935, pp. 418-463;
    25 a-c. Hench, P.S. Acute and chronic arthritis. In: Nelson Loose-leaf surgery. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1935, pp.104-175. (Includes letter from editor and proofs.); 1935
    26 Hench, P.S. Physiology of fever. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 106: 246, Jan. 18, 1936 MISSING; 1936
    27 Hench, P.S. Cinchophen. Discussion. J.A.M.A. Vol. 106:327-328, Jan. 25, 1936; 1936
    28 Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Fletcher, A.A.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, F.; White, T.P. The present status of the problem of “rheumatism” and arthritis: review of American and English literature for 1934. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 9:883-982, Jan., 1936. HOUSED IN BOX 8 WITH OTHER REVIEWS; 1934
    29 Hench, P.S. Chronic atrophic arthritis: the effect of a high carbohydrate diet and insulin on the symptoms and respiratory metabolism. Discussion. J. Lab. and Clin. Med. Vol. 21:523, Feb., 1936. MISSING;
    30 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. Discussion. J. Lab. and Clin. Med. Vol. 21:503-504. Feb., 1936 MISSING; 1936
    31 Hench, P.S. The present status of fever therapy in the treatment of gonorrheal arthritis, chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis, and other forms of “rheumatism.” J. Lab. and Clin. Med. Vol. 21:524-531, Feb., 1936; 1936
    32 Hench, P.S. Report of Proceedings of the Fourth Rheumatism Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 10, 1935. Acta Rheumatol. Vol. 8:11-14, Feb., 1936 MISSING; 1936
    33 Hench, P.S. Fever therapy in chorea and in rheumatic carditis with and without chorea. Discussion. J. Lab. and Clin. Med.Vol. 21:626-627, March, 1936. MISSING; 1936
    34 Hench, P.S. Clinical notes on the results of fever therapy in different diseases. Report of the Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May, 1935. Minnesota Med. Vol. 19:151-157, Mar., 1936; 1936
    35 Hench, P.S. The diagnosis of gout and gouty arthritis (Abstr.), and discussion of two papers. In: Proc. Amer. Assn. Study and Control of Rheum. Dis., 3rd, Annual Mtg., May 11, 1936, pp.16 ;55-60;68-6; 1936
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    113 1 Hench, P.S. The diagnosis of gout and gouty arthritis. Proceedings of the Staff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic. Vol. II, (30) July 1936, pp.476-480; 1936
    2 Hench, P.S. The diagnosis of gout and gouty arthritis and discussions of two papers. J. A. M. A. 1936 MISSING; 1936
    3 Hench, P.S. The diagnosis of gout and gouty arthritis and discussion of two papers. J. Lab. and Clin. Med. Vol.22(1) 1936, pp. 48-55; 1936
    4 Hench, P.S. The problem of rheumatism and arthritis review 1936; 1936
    5 Hench, P.S. An outline of Arthritis 1936 MISSING; 1936
    6 Hench, P.S. Recent American researches on diseases of joints and related structures. Reports on Chorinc Rheumatic Diseases, No. II pp.69-95, 1936; 1936
    7 Hench, P.S. The present status of rheumatism and arthritis: review 1936; 1936
    8 Hench, P.S. Comments on the diagnosis and management of gout in certain parts of the United States. Proceedings of the Staff Meeting of the Mayo Clinic, Vol. 12: 262-269 1937; 1937
    9 Hench, P.S. Jaundice research may give clue to arthritis control. 1937 MISSING; 1937
    10 Hench, P.S. Effect of jaundice on chronic infectious arthritis and on primary fibrositis. Journal of the American Medical Association. Vol. 109, pp.1481-1484, 1937; 1937
    11 Hench, P.S. A synopsis of recent American investigations on diseases of joints and related structures. Reports on Chronic Rheumatic Diseases, number III, 1937; 1937
    12 Hench, P.S. The ameliorating effect of pregnancy on chronic atrophic (infectious rheumatoid) arthritis, fibrositis, and intermittent hydrarthrosis. Proceedings of theStaff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, Vol. 13(11) pp.161-166, March 1938; 1938
    13 Hench, P.S. Effect of jaundice on chronic infectious (atrophic) arthritis and on primary fibrositis. Archives of Internal Medicine, Vol. 61, pp. 451-480 and 495-500, March 1938; 1938
    14 Hench, P.S. Efect of spontaneous jaundice on rheumatoid (atrophic) arthritis. British Medical Journal, No. 4050, pp.394-398, August 20, 1938; 1938
    15 Hench, P.S.Discission of two papers presented at ARA Meeting 1938 Missing; 1938
    16 Hench, P.S. The effect of spontaneous jaundice on rheumatoid (atrophic) arthritis: attemps to reproduce the pehenomenon by various means including (artificial jaundice” (induced hyperbilirubinemia). Proc. International Congress on Rheumatism and Hydrology and the Bath Bi-Centenary Congress on chronic Rheumatism,pp. 315-31, 1938; 1938
    17 Hench, P.S. The problem of arthritis and rheumatism in the United States: current researches and opinions on treatment. In Buckley, C.W.: Reports on Chronic Rheumatic Diseases. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1938, no. 4, pp.11-32. 1938
    18 Hench, P.S. Is rheumatoid (atrophic) arthritis a disease of microbic origin? A summary of the arguments for and against the infectious theory. Two Hundredth Anniversary Volume, Bath Royal Mineral Water Hospital, Bath, England, 1938, pp.35-62; 1938
    19 Hench, P.S. Acute and chronic arthritis. In: Nelson Loose-leaf Surgery. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1938, pp.108-190; references on arthritis and gout: pp.432-437; 1938
    20 Hench, P.S. Acute and chronic arthritis. In: Ghormley, R.K.: Orthopedic Surgery. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1938, pp.108-190. MISSING; 1938
    21 Hench, P.S. [Discussion of two papers at Fifth Annual Meeting and Seventh Conference on Rheumatic Diseases, June 13, 1938.] Society Proceedings of The Journal of the American Medical Association. Vol. 111: 17-19; 35-36. November 19, 26, December 3, 1938; 1938
    22 Hench, P.S. [Discussion of two papers at Fifth Annual Meeting and Seventh Conference on Rheumatic Diseases, June 13, 1938.] Society Proceedings of The Journal of the American Medical Association. Vol. 111: 17-19; 35-36. November 19, 26, December 3, 1938; 1938
    23 Hench, P.S. Recent researches on arthritis and rheumatism in the United States. Ann. Rheumat. Dis. Vol. 1:109-133, May, 1939; 1939
    24 Hench, P.S. [Discussion of two papers at ARA mtg.] Soc. Proc.Dept. J.A.M.A. Vol. 113:6-7; 13-14; Sept. 9,16, 1939; 1939
    25 Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Dawson, M.J.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W.P.; Key, J.A.; McEwen, C. The problem of rheumatism and arthritis: review of American and English literature for 1938. (Sixth rheumatism review.) Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 13:1655-1739, Mar.; 1837-1990, Apr., 1940. HOUSED IN BOX 8 WITH OTHER REVIEWS; 1938
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    2 Hench, P.S. The advantages of hepatic injury and jaundice in certain conditions, notably the rheumatic diseases. Med. Clin. North America. Vol. 24:1209-1237, July, 1940; 1940
    3 Hench, P.S. An oft recurring disease of joints (arthritis, periarthritis, para-arthritis) apparently producing no articular residues, and discussion of two papers. Soc. Proc. J.A.M.A. Vol . 115:5; 27-28; 30-31, December 7, 14, 21, 1940; 1940
    4 Hench, P.S. Dr. Jesse N. Lazear and his contribution to the conquest of yellow fever. A milepost. Published by Washington and Jefferson College, December, 1940 1940
    5 Hench, P.S. Chronic arthritis. In Barr, David: Modern Medical Therapy in General Practice. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Co., 1940, vol. 3, pp.3298-3397; 1940
    6 Hench, P.S. Gout and gouty arthritis. In Cecil, R.L.: Textbook of Medicine. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1940, pp.658-672; 1940
    7 Hench, P.S. Diagnosis and treatment of gout and gouty arthritis. J.A.M.A. Vol. 116:453-459, Feb. 8, 1941; 1941
    8 Hench, P.S. Rheumatism as a social problem. University of Minnesota Center for Continuation Study. Continuation course in medical social service February 13-15, 1941; 1941
    9 Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Dawson, M.H.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W.P.; Key, J.A.; McEwen, C. The problem of rheumatism and arthritis: review of American and English literature for 1939. (Seventh rheumatism review.) Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 14:1383-1448, Feb.; 1631-1701, Mar., 1941. HOUSED IN BOX 8 WITH OTHER REVIEWS; 1939
    10 Hench, P.S. Cardiac lesions in chronic infectious (rheumatoid) arthritis. Discussion. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 16:237-239, Apr.9, 1941; 1941
    11 Hench, P.S. Recent studies on arthritis and rheumatism in the United States. Ann. Rheumat. Dis. Vol. 2:172-192, June, 1941 1941
    12 Hench, P.S. Conquerors of yellow fever. Hygeia. Vol. 19:781-784; 819; 829; 837; 843, Oct., 1941; 1941
    13 Hench, P.S. [Discussion] Bacteriostatic action of serum of rheumatoid arthritis patients treated with gold salts. Discussion. Soc. Proc. Dept. J.A.M.A. Vol.117:14-15, Nov. 1, 8, 1941; 1941
    14 Hench, P.S. Conquerors of yellow fever. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 16:785-792, Dec. 10, 1941; 1941
    15 Hench, P.S.; Rosenberg, E.F. Palindromic rheumatism: a “new” oft-recurring disease of joints (arthritis, per-arthritis, para-arthritis) apparently producing no articular residues: report of thirty-four cases (its relationship to “angioneural arthrosis,” “allergic rheumatism: and rheumatoid arthritis.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 16:808-815, Dec. 17, 1941; 1941
    16 Rheumatism and arthritis: review of American and English literature for 1940; 1940
    17 Hench, P.S.; Odel, H.M. The kidney: disturbances. In: Fishbein, Morris, Ed. Adviser: Your Health and How to Preserve edited. New York: Collier, 1941. MISSING; 1941
    18 Hench, P.S.; Osgood, R.B.; Wainwright, C.W. An outline of the diagnosis and treatment of the common “rheumatic diseases.” Army Med. Bull., No. 60, January, 1942; 1942
    19 Hench, P.S. Rheumatismo palindromico: “nueva” enfermedad recurrente de las articulaciones. America Clinica. Vol. 3 (No. 2):58-62, Feb., 1942. Reprinted from Mayo, Dec. 17, 1941; 1941
    20 Hench, P.S.; Rosenberg, E.F. Palindromic rheumatism. Modern Medicine. April, 1942. Reprinted from Mayo, Dec. 17, 1941 (Incomplete.); 1942
    21 Hench, P.S. Primer on Arthritis. Am. Rheum. Assoc., Aug. 1, 1942, pp. 1-49; 1942
    22 Rosenberg, E.F.; Baggenstoss, A.H.; Hench, P.S. The causes of death in thirty cases of rheumatoid arthritis (Abstr.), and discussion of paper, Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 19 (no. 1): 109; 114-115, July, 1943; 1943
    23 Hench, P.S.; Rosenberg, E.W. Palindromic rheumatism: “new,” oft recurring disease of joints (arthritis, periarthritis, para-arthritis) apparently producing no articular residues — report of thirty-four cases; its relation to “angioneural arthrosis,” “allergic rheumatism” and rheumatoid arthritis. Arch. Int. Med. Vol. 73:293-321, Apr., 1944; 1944
    24 Rosenberg, E.F.; Baggenstoss, A.H.; Hench, P.S. The causes of death in thirty cases of rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 20 (No. 6):903-919, June, 1944 1944
    25 Boland, E.W,; Headley, N.E.; Hench, P.S. The effect of penicillin on rheumatoid arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clinic. Vol.19: 505-506, Oct. 18, 1944; 1944
    26 Boland, E.W.; Headley, N.E.; Hench, P.S. The effect of penicillin on rheumatoid arthritis. J.A.M.A. Vol. 126:820-823, Nov. 25, 1944; 1944
    27 Hench, P.S. Gout and gouty arthritis. In: Cecil, R.L.: Textbook of Medicine. 6th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1944, pp.589-602; 1944
    28 Boland, E.W.; Headley, N.E.; Hench, P.S. The effect of penicillin on rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Rheum. Dis., June, 1945, pp. 76; 1945
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    2 Boland, E.W.; Headley, N.E.; Hench, P.S. The treatment of agranulocytosis with penicillin: report of a case resulting from chrysotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 21:197-206, May 15, 1946; 1946
    3 Rosenberg, E.F.; Hench, P.S. Recent advances in the treatment of rheumatic fever; with special reference to sulfonamide prophylaxis and intravenous salicylate therapy. Med. Clin. North America. May, 1946, (New York Number), pp.489-509; 1946
    4 Hench, P.S.; Boland, E.W. The management of chronic arthritis and other rheumatic diseases among soldiers of the United States Army. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 24:808-825, May, 1946; 1946
    5 Hench, P.S.; Boland, E.W. The Army Rheumatism Centers. Bull. U.S. Army Med. Dept. Vol. 5, no. 6, June, 1946, pp.655 – 662; 1946
    6 Hench, P.S., Boland, E.W. The management of chronic arthritis and other rheumatic diseases among soldiers of the. United States Army. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 5:108-114, June?, 1946; 1946
    7 Hench, P.S. Arthritis. J.A.M.A. Vol. 132:974-979, Dec. 21, 1946; 1946
    8 Hench, P.S. Discussion of the paper by Ralph Herz. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 5 (no. 6), 1946, pp.204-205; 1946
    9 Hench, P.S. Editorial: Gold salts and rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 26:618-624, Apr., 1947 1947
    10 Hench, P.S. Differentiation between “psychogenic rheumatism” and true rheumatic disease. Postgr. Med. Vol. 1:460-466, June, 1947; 1947
    11 Hench, P.S. Arizona Medical Problems: consultation and case-analysis. Ariz. Med. Vol. 4:62-65, July, 1947; 1947
    12 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Policy, H.F. Rheumatoid spondylitis: questions and answers. Med. Clin. North America (Mayo Clinic number), July, 1947, pp.879-906; 1947
    13 Hench, P.S. Gout and Gouty Arthritis. In: Cecil, R.L., Textbook of Medicine, 7th. Ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1947, pp. 673-685; 1947
    14 Hench, P.S. Walter Reed and the conquest of yellow fever. The Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha. May, 1948; 1948
    15 Hench, P.S. Walter Reed and the conquest of yellow fever: an illustrated address. Proceedings of Fourth Int’l Cong, on Trop. Med. and Malaria. May 12, 1948, pp.45-54; 1948
    16 Hench, P.S.; Jordan, E.P. Historical note on rheumatism and gout in the United States. Documentacion Medicale, No. 13, Juin-Juni, 1948; 19487
    17 Boland, E.W.; Headley, N.E.; Hench P.S. The cerebrospinal fluid in rheumatoid spondylitis. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 7:195-199, Dec., 1948; 1948
    18 Hench, P.S. Psychogenic rheumatism – its differentiation from true rheumatic disease. West London Hosp. Dept. Rheum. Dis. Annual Report, 1948; 1948
    19 Hench, P.S. The potential reversibility of rheumatoid arthritis. (Abstr.) Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 24:167-178, Mar. 30, 1949; 1949
    20 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F. The effect of a hormone of the adrenal cortex (17-hydroxy-ll-dehydro-corticosterone: Compound E) and of pituitary adrenocortico-tropic hormone on rheumatoid arthritis; preliminary report. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 24:181-212, Apr. 13, 1949; 1949
    21 Hench, P.S. Psychogenic rheumatism: its differentiations from true rheumatic disease. Bristol Med. – Chir. J. (for West of England and South Wales.) Vol. 66 (No. 238): 48-50, April, 1949 1949
    22 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Barnes, A.R.; Smith, H.L.; Polley, H.F.; Kendall, E.G. The effects of the adrenal cortical hormone 17-hydroxy-ll-dehydrocorticosterone (Compound E) on the acute phase of rheumatic fever: preliminary report. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 24:277-297, May 25, 1949; 1949
    23 Hench, P.S. The potential reversibility of rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 8 (No. 2):90-96, June, 1949; 1949
    24 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F. The effect of a hormone of the adrenal cortex (17-hydroxy-ll-dehydro-corticosterone: Compound E) and of pituitary adrenocortico-trophic hormone on rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 8 (No. 2):97-104, June, 1949; 1949
    25 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F. The effect of a hormone of the adrenal cortex (17-hydroxy-ll-dehydro-corticosterone: Compound E) and of pituitary adrenocortico-trophic hormone on rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 8 (No. 2):97-104, June, 1949; 1949
    26 Sprague, R.G.; Power, M.H.; Mason, H.L.; Albert, A.; Mathieson, D.R.; Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F. Observations on the physiologic effects of cortisone and ACTH in man. With additions. Arch. Int. Med. Vol. 85:199-258, Feb., 1950;
    27 Hench, P.S. The effects of cortisone and ACTH on rheumatic diseases. (Abstr.) Science. Vol.111 (No. 2887):453-463, Apr. 28, 1950, pp.5-6; 1950
    28 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Policy, H.F. Effects of cortisone acetate and pituitary ACTH on rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic fever, and certain other conditions: a study in clinical physiology. Arch. Int. Med. Vol. 85: 545-666, Apr., 1950; 1950
    29 Hench, P.S. Symposium on Cortisone and ACTH in clinical medicine. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 25:474-504, Aug. 16, 1950; 1950
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    2 Kendall, E.G.; Hench, P.S. The chemical, biochemical and clinical aspects of cortisone: a symposium from the published work of E.C.K. (Mayo Found.) and P.S.H. and assoc. (Mayo Clin.) Merck Rep., Oct., 1950. (12 p.); 1950
    3 Hench, P.S. The Key of E. Curr. Med. Dig., Oct.,1950, pp.48-54; 1950
    4 Hench, P.S.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F.; Kendall, E.G. Effect of cortisone and pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) on rheumatic diseases. J.A.M.A. Vol. 144:1327-1335, Dec. 16, 1950; 1950
    5 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F. The anti-rheumatic effects of cortisone and pituitary ACTH. Tr. and St. Coll. Phys. Phila. Vol. 18 (No. 3):95-122, Dec., 1950; 1950
    6 Hench, P.S. The effect of cortisone and ACTH on rheumatic diseases. In: West London Hosp. Dept. Rheum. Dis. Annual Report, 1950, pp.6-10; 1950
    7 Ward, L.E.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F.; Lowman, E.W.; Hench, P.S. Clinical effects of cortisone administered orally to patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 26:361-370, Sept. 26, 1951; 1951
    8 Hench, P.S. Cortison, hydrocortisone and corticotropin: some facts and speculations with special reference to rheumatoid arthritis. Ass. Life Ins. Med. Dir. Am., Oct. 11 and 12, 1951; 1951
    9 Barnes, A.R.; Smith, H.L.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F., Hench, P.S. Effect of cortisone and corticotropin (ACTH) on the acute phase of rheumatic fever. Reprinted with additions from Amer. J. Dis. Children. Vol. 82:397-423, Oct, 1951; 1951
    10 Hench, P.S. Reminiscences of the Nobel Festival, 1950. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 26:417-437, Nov. 7, 1951; 1951
    11 Hench, P.S. Cortisone and rheumatoid arthritis. In: Proc. Conf. Effects of Cortisone, New York, Dec. 10, 1951. Rahway, N.J. Merck and Co., 1952, pp. 1-14; 1951
    12 Hench, P.S. The reversibility of certain rheumatic and non-rheumatic conditions by the use of cortisone or of the pituitary adreno-corticotropic hormone; Nobel Lecture, Dec. 11, 1950. Les Prix Nobel, 1950. Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet P.A. Norstedt and Soner, 1951, pp. 195-223; 1951
    13 Hench, P.S. The effects of cortisone and pituitary adreno-corticotropic hormone (ACTH) on certain rheumatic and articular conditions. (Abstr.) Am. Ac. Orth. Surg., instr. course lect. Vol. 8:68-76, 1951; 1951
    14 Hench, P.S. Gout and gouty arthritis. In: Cecil, R.L.;Loeb, R.F. Textbook of Medicine, 8th Ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1951, pp.605-615; 1951
    15 Hench, P.S. The reversibility of certain rheumatic and nonrheumatic conditions by the use of cortisone or of the pituitary adreno-corticotropic hormone. Ann. Int. Med. Vol. 36 (No. 1), Jan., 1952; 1952
    16 Barnes, A.R.; Smith, H.L.; Slocumb, C.H.; Policy, H.F.; Hench, P.S. Acute rheumatic fever treated with cortisone and corticotropin. Rheum. Fev. June, 1952, pp. 274-290; 1952
    17 Hench, P.S. Die Besserung gewisser rheumatischer und nicht-rheumatisher Erkrankungen durch die Anwendung vonCortison oder dos adrenocorticotropen hypophysenhormons. Die Medizinische. Nummer 27/28, p 946-947. Juli 12, 1952; 1952
    18 Hench, P.S. Presentation of the Kober medal to Edward Calvin Kendall, Ph.D., Sc.D. Tr. Assoc. Amer. Phys. Vol. 65:42-53, 1952; 1952
    19 Hench, P.S. The effects of hormones and vitamins on rheumatoid arthritis with special reference to cortisone, hydrocortisone and corticotropin. Int’l. Rev. Vit.-Res. Vol. 23:259-274, 1952; 1952
    20 Hench, P.S.; Kendall, E.G.; Slocumb, C.H.; Policy, H.F. Effects of endocrine secretions: the effect of cortisone and of ACTH on Rheumatoid arthritis and acute rheumatic fever. In: Rheumatic Diseases. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1952, pp. 131-150; 1952
    21 Hench, P.S.; Gibson, H.J.; Hegna, H.; Lockie, L.M.; Rosenberg, E.F.; Savage, O. General discussion on gout. (Abstr.) In: Proc. Int’l. Cong. Rheum. Dis., 7th, 1949. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1952, pp. 260-262; 1952
    22 Ward, L.E.; Polley, H.F.; Slocumb, C.h.; Hench, P.S. Cortisone in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. J. A.M. A. Vol. 152: 119-126, May 9, 1953; 1952
    23 Hench, P.S. A reminiscence of certain events before, during and after the discovery of cortisone. Minn. Med. Vol. 36:705-710, July, 1953; 1953
    24 Hench, P.S. Les cortisones et les corticotropines dans lepolyarthrite chronique evolutive. Med. et Hyg. Vol. 12: 35-38, Fev., 1954; 1954
    25 Hench, P.S. The discriminate use of the cortisones and cortico-tropins in general medicine with special reference to the collagen diseases. Proc. Third Int’l. Cong. Int. Med. Sept., 1954, pp.274-297; 1954
    26 Hench, P.S. Cortison, hydrocortison und corticotropin (ACTH) in der behandliung der primar-chronischen polyarthritis. Doc. Rheum. Geigy. Nr. 5, Nov., 1954, pp.9-34; 1954
    27 Ward, L.E.; Policy, H.F.; Slocumb, C.H.; Hench, P.S.; Mason, H.L.; Mattox, V.R.; Power, M.H. The effect of aldosterone (electrocortin) and of 9 -fluorohydorcortisone acetate on rheumatoid arthritis: preliminary report. Proc. Staff Meet. ayo Clin. Vol. 29:649-670, Dec. 22, 1954; 1954
    28 ?. Hench, P.S. The discriminate use of the cortisones and corti-cotropins in general medicine with special refenc (sic) to the collagen diseases. U.f.L, Vol. 116, Nr. 45, side 1537-1541, 1954. MISSING. ARTICLE NOT FOUND IN PUBMED. SEE #31; 1954
    29 Hench, P.S.; Ward, L.E. Rheumatoid arthritis and other rheumaticor articular diseases. In: Lukens, R.D.W., Ed. Medical Uses of Cortisone, Including Hydrocortisone and Corticotropin. New York: Blakiston, 1954, pp. 177-275; 1954
    30 Ward, E.L.; Hench, P.S. Effects of aldosterone (electrocortin),9 alphaflourohydrocortisone acetate, and 1-dehydrocortisone (metacortandracin) in rheumatoid arthritis. Ann. N.Y. Ac. Sc. Vol. 61:620-635, May 27, 1955; 1955
    31 Hench, P.S. Gout and gouty arthritis. In: Cecil, R.L.; Loeb, R.F. Textbook of Medicine, 9th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1955, pp. 643-657. 1955
    32 Hench, P.S. The discriminate us of the cortisones and corticotropins in general medicine with special reference to collagen diseases. Acta medica Scandinavica, supplementum, Vol. 312, 274-297, 1956; 1956
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    117 1 Hench, P.S. The fragile children of discovery. Sat. Rev. Vol. 34 (No. 35):44-45, Sept. 1, 1956; 1956
    2 Hench, P.S. The fragile children of discovery. Trustee J. Hosp. Gov. Bd. Vol. 9 (No. 10):6-9, Oct., 1956; 1956
    3 Hench, P.S. The cortisones and corticotropins in general medicine with special reference to the rheumatic diseases. Pamphlet. 1956?; 1956
    4 Hench, P.S. Foreword. In: A Pictorial History of Medicine by Otto L. Bettman. Springfield, IL. Charles C. Thomas, 1956, pp. vii-ix; 1956
    5 Hench, P.S. The fragile children of discovery: some reflections upon reading a new history of medicine. Del. St. Med. J. Vol. 29 (No. 1):1-? Jan., 1957; 1957
    6 Hench, P.S. The clinical and experimental uses of the cortisones and corticotropins: their effects on certain rheumatic and collagen diseases. Lecture presented at Int’l. Symp. Coll. Dis. (2nd), Nov. 3-4, 1957 1957
    7 Ward, E. L.; Polley, H.F.; Power, M.H.; Mason, H.L.; Slocumb, C.H.; Hench, P.S. Prednisone in rheumatoid arthritis: metabolic and clinical effects. Ann. Rheum. Dis. Vol. 17 (No. 2): 145-159, June, 1958; 1958
    8 Ward, L.E.; Wu, C.; Hench, P.S.; Mason, H.L.; Slocumb, C.H.; Polley, H.F.; Mayne, J.G. Plasma 17-Hydroxycorticosteroids in patients with certain rheumatic diseases and in normal persons: preliminary report. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 33 (No.24):611-626, Nov. 26, 1958; 1958
    9 Hench, P.S. Gout and gouty arthritis. In: Cecil, R.L.; Loeb, R.F. Textbook of Medicine, 10th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1959, pp.595-608. MISSING; 1959
    10 Hench, P.S. Part IV, Clinical Aspects, Discussion. In: Muscle as a Tissue, edited by K. Rodahl, S.M. Horvath. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co. [1962], pp.302-318; 1962
    Hench, P. S.; Bauer, W.; Flectcher, A.A.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, F.; White, P. The Present Status of the Problem of “Rheumatism” : A Review of Recent American and English Literature on “Rheumatism” and Arthritis.Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 8: No. 10, 1315-1374. April, 1935. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 8: No. 11, 1495-1555. May, 1935. Part 3: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 8: No. 12, 1556-1580. June, 1935; 1935
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer,W.; Fletcher, A. A.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, Francis; White, T. P. The Present Status of the Problem of “Rheumatism” and Arthritis; Review of American and English Literature for 1934. Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 9: No. 7, 883-982. January, 1936; 1936
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Fletcher, A.A.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, F.; White, T. P. The Problem of Rheumatism and Arthritis ; Review of American and English Literature for 1935. (Third Rheumatism Review.)Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 10: No. 6, 754 -909. December, 1936; 1936
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Ghrist, D.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W. P.; Key, J.A.; Slocumb, C.H. The Present Status of Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for 1936 (Fourth Rheumatism Review).Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 11: No. 7, 1089-1247. January 1938; 1938
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Dawson, M.H.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W. P.; Key, J.A. The Problem of Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for 1937 (Fifth Rheumatism Review). Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 12: No. 7, 1005-1104. January, 1939. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 12: No. 8, 1295-1374. February, 1939; 1939
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Dawson, M.H.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W. P.; Key, J.A. ; C. McEwen. The Problem of Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for 1938 (Sixth Rheumatism Review). Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 13: No. 10, 1655-1990. April, 1940; 1940
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Dawson, M.H.; Hall, F.; Holbrook, W. P.; Key, J.A.; C. McEwen. The Problem of Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for 1939 (Seventh Rheumatism Review).Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 14: No. 8, 1383-1701. March, 1941. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Medicine, Vol. 14: No. 9, March, 1941; 1941
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Boland, E.; Dawson, M.H. ; Freyberg, R.H. ; Hall, F. ; Holbrook, W. P.; Key, J.A. ; Lockie, L. M. ; C. McEwen. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for 1940 (Eighth Rheumatism Review). Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 15: No. 6, 1002-1108. December, 1941; 1941
    Hench, P.S.; Bauer, W.; Boland, E.; Crain, D. C.; Freyberg, R.H. ; Graham, W.; Holbrook, W. P.; Lockie, L. M.; McEwen, C.; Rosenberg, E. F.; Stecher, R.M. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Ninth Rheumatism Review). Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 28: No. 1, 66-168. January, 1948. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 28: No. 2, 309-451. February, 1948; 1948
    Robinson, W. D.; Boland, E.; Bunim, J.J.; Crain, D. C.; Engleman, E. P. Graham, W.; Lockie, L. M.; Montgomery, M.M.; Ragan, C. ; Ropes, M.W. ; Rosenberg, E. F. ; Smyth, C.J. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Tenth Rheumatism Review). Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 39: No. 4, 497-618. October, 1953. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 39: No. 5, 758-915. November, 1953; 1953
    Robinson, W. D.; Bunim, J.J. ; Clark, W.S. ; Crain, D. C. ; Engleman, E. P. ; Graham, W.; Montgomery, M.M.; Norcross, B.M. ; Ragan, C. ; Ropes, M.W. ; Rosenberg, E. F. ; Smyth, C.J. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Eleventh Rheumatism Review). Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 45: No. 5, 831-945. November, 1956. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 45: No. 6, 1060-1219. December, 1956; 1956
    Smyth, C.J.; Black, R.L.; Bunim, J.J.; Clark, W.S. ; Crain, D.C.; Demartini, F.E.; Duff, I.F.; Engleman, E. P. ; Graham, D.C.. ; Montgomery, M.M.; Norcross, B.M; Polley, H.F.; Ropes, M.W. ; Rosenberg, E. F. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Twelfth Rheumatism Review). Part 1: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 50: No. 2, 366-494. February, 1959. Part 2: Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 50: No. 3, 634-801. March, 1956; 1956
    Smyth, C.J.; Black, R. L.; Demartini, F.E.; Duff, I.F.; Engleman, E. P. ; Graham, D.C.. ; Montgomery, M.M.; H.F. Polley; Rosenberg, E. F.; Sacasa, C.F.; Steinbrocker, O.; Waine, H.; Wilson, G.M. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Thirteenth Rheumatism Review). Reprint from Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 53: No. 7. December 30, 1960; 1960
    Smyth, C.J.; Black. R.L.; Christian, C.L.; Engleman, E. P.; Franklin, E.C.; Hill, D.F.; Hollander, J.L.; Holley, H.L; Mayne, J.G.; Mikkelsen, W.M.; Short, C.L.; Smythe, H.A.; Steinbrocker, O.; Weinberger, H.J. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Fourteenth Rheumatism Review). Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 56: No. 5, Part II. Supplement 1. May, 1962; 1962
    Smyth, C.J.; Demartini, F.E.; Engleman, E. P.; Franklin, E.C.; Hill, D.F.; Hollander, J.L.; Holley, H.L; Mayne, J.G.; Mikkelsen, W.M.; Montgomery, M.M.; Pearson, C.M.; Short, CL.; Smythe, H.A.; Steinbrocker, O. Rheumatism and Arthritis: Review of American and English Literature for Recent Years (Fifteenth Rheumatism Review). Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol. 59: No. 5, Part II. Supplement 4. November, 1963; 1963
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    3 Reprints: Others, W, Part 2; various
    4 Reprints: Others, W, Part 3: various
    5 Reprints: Others, W, Part 4; various
    6 Reprints: Others, W, Part 5; various
    7 Reprints: Others, W, Part 6; various
    8 Reprints: Others, W, Part 7; various
    9 Reprints: Others, W, Part 8; various
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    157 1 Reprints: Others, W, Part 9; various
    2 Reprints: Others, W, Part 10; various
    3 Reprints: Others, W, Part 11; various
    4 Reprints: Others, W, Part 12; various
    5 Reprints: Others, W, Part 13; various
    6 Reprints: Others, W, Part 14; various
    7 Reprints: Others, W, Part 15; various
    8 Reprints: Others, W, Part 16; various
    9 Reprints: Others, W, Part 17; various
    10 Reprints: Others, W, Part 18; various
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    158 1 Reprints: Others, W, Part 19; various
    2 Reprints: Others, Y, Part 1; various
    3 Reprints; Others, Y, Part 2; various
    4 Reprints: Others, Z, Part 1; various
    5 Reprints: Others, Z, Part 2; various
    6 Reprints – No Name; various
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    159 1 No Date and dated to 1941 – Reprints from Militray Folders; 1941
    2 1942 Reprints from Military Folders; 1942
    3 1943 Reprints from Militray Folders; 1943
    4 1944 Reprints from Military Folders; 1944
    5 1945 Reprints from Military Folders; 1945
    6 1946 Reprints from Military Folders; 1946
    7 1946 Reprints from Military Folders; 1946
    8 1949-1950 Reprints from Military Folders; 1949
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    160 1 Kendall: Reprint – Discussion (1949?); 1949
    2 Kendall: Reprint: 1928; 1928
    3 Kendall: Reprints (7): 1931-1935; 1931
    4 Kendall: Reprints (3): 1936; 1936
    5 Kendall: Reprints: (5) 1937; 1937
    6 Kendall: Reprints: (5) 1938; 1938
    7 Kendall: Reprints (1): 1939; (4) 1940; 1940
    8 Kendall: Reprints (3): 1941; 1941
    9 Kendall: Reprints (5): 1942; 1942
    10 Kendall: Reprints (2): 1943; (1) 1944; (5) 1946; (1) 1947; 1947
    11 Kendall: Reprints (5): 1948; 1948
    12 Kendall: Reprints (4): 1949; 1949
    13 Kendall: Reprints (12): 1950; 1950
    14 Kendall: Reprints (5): 1951; 1951
    15 Kendall: Reprints (4): 1952; (2) 1953 1952
    16 Kendall: Newsclippings, Kendall awards; 1950
    17 Kendall: Letter – Kendall to Hench; 1960
    18 Kendall: Letter – Kendall to Hench, reprints of K. Memoirs; Kendall, E. C., Hajos, Z, G. Tetrahydro-3-4-Furandione. II. Dioxolane and Dioxane Derivatives. Jour. Am. Chem. Society, v. 82:3220, 1960; 1960
    19 Kendall: Newsclippings – photocopy; 1952
    20 Kendall: Telegram, letters – Kendall to Hench, Hench notes; 1953
    21 Kendall: Report on Cortisone. (Editorial) Am. Scientist. Vol.37(4):486-490, 1949; 1949
    22 Kendall: Kendall, E. C. Some observations on the hormone of the adrenal cortex designated compound E. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clinic. Vol. 24:298-301, May 25, 1949; 1949
    23 Kendall, E. C. Cortisone. Phi Beta Kappa. Vol. 47(4):187-198. Jan. 1951; 1951
    24 Kendall, E. C. The development of cortisone as a therapeutic agent. Antibiotics and Chemotherapy. Vol. 1(1):7-15, April, 1951; 1951
    25 Kendall, E. C. Horizons in Chemistry. Ass. Princeton Grad. Alum. 4th Conf., June 6-17, 1954; 1954
    26 Kendall original papers – Comment; Cortisone; The Chemistry and physiologic activity of cortisone and related compounds; The relation of chemical structure and physiologic activity illustrated by cortisone and other steroids; Chemistry of the adrenal cortex; Research Corp. of New York Award acceptance; 1950
    27 Kendall original papers, 1925?-1940 – The isolation of the active constiduent(sic) of the thyroid; Kendall, E. C. The function of the adrenal cortex. Proc. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin. Vol. 15 (19):297-304, May 8, 1940; Symposium on Cortisone and ACTH in clinical medicine. Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. Vol. 25(17):474-504, Aug. 16, 1950; 1950
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    161 1 Kendall: The Record. Vol. 44(4), Dec. 1924; 1924
    2 Kendall original paper – The Development of Cortisone as a Therapeutic Agent; 1951
    3 Kendall original paper – The Adrenal cortex and Rheumatoid Arthritis; 1951
    4 Kendall original paper – Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex in Clinical Medicine, 1951; 1951
    5 Kendall: “Remarks” 1951; 1951
    6 Kendall: Unfinished? Kendall paper and incomplete bibliography, 1952; 1952
    7 Unfinished? Kendall paper and incomplete bibliography at Princeton in Mayovox, Dec. 18, 1954, Vol. 6(3); 1954
    8 Kendall, E. C. Cortisone, His Second Victory. Chemical and Engineering News. Vol. 28(25):2078-2084, June 19, 1950; 1950
    9 Letter-Kendall to Hench; Hench to Kendall; 1954
    10 Kendall’s talk before the Magazine Club, Mayo Foundation House, Rochester, Feb. 28, 1951 (delivered by Philip S. Hench); 1951
    11 Kendall Acceptance of Research Corp. Award, May 4, 1950; 1950
    12 Kendall: Cavalcade of some Hormones and Steroids; n. d.
    13 Reichstein: Reprints – 1937-1938; 1938
    14 Reichstein: Reprints – 1939-1940; 1940
    15 Reichstein: Reprints – 1941-1942; 1942
    16 Reichstein: Reprints – 1943-1944; 1944
    17 Reichstein: Reprints – 1945-1947; 1947
    18 Reichstein: Reprints – 1948-4949; 1949
    19 Reichstein: Reprints – 1950 with Nobel speech; 1950
    20 Reichstein: Reprints – 1951; 1951
    21 Reichstein: Reprints – 1952; 1952
    22 Reichstein: Reprints – 1953 with correspondence, Part 1; 1953
    23 Reichstein: Reprints – 1953 Part 2; 1953
    24 Reichstein: Reprints – 1954 with correspondence; 1954
    25 Reichstein: Reprints – 1955; 1955
    26 Reichstein: Reprints – 1958; 1958
    27 Reichstein: Reprints – 1959; 1959
    28 Reichstein: Reprints – 1962; 1962
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    162 1 Lactophenin: 1944-1947 with Bibliography; 1947
    2 Lactophenin: 1894 – 7 articles; 1894
    3 Lactophenin: 1895 – 7 articles; 1895
    4 Lactophenin: 1896 – 3 articles; 1896
    5 Lactophenin: 1897 – 7 articles; 1897
    6 Lactophenin: 1898 – 10 articles; 1898
    7 Lachtophenin: 1899-1906 – 10 articles; 1912 – 1 article; 1912
    8 Lactophenin: 1942, 1943, 1945, 1947 – 5 aticles; 1947
    9 Lactophenin: 1931-1945 reprints, investigative notes; 1945
    10 Lactophenin: 1939-1941 reprints, correspondence; 1941
    11 Lactophenin: 1939-1946, correspondence on manaufacturing; 1946
    12 Lactophenin: 1943-1947, correspondence with A. C. Ivy, general notes, reprints; 1947
    13 Lactophenin: 1944-1945 reprints, notes, correspondence; 1945
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    163 1 Lactophenin: 1944-1946 reprints, notes, correspondence; 1946
    2 Lactophenin: 1946, 1948; 1948
    3 Lactophenin: Wilder Paper; 1948
    4 Lactophenin Study; n. d.
    5 Lactophenin: 1945-1948, correspondence with patient DeLisle; 1948
    6 Lactophenin: patient file, Hendershot; n. d.
    7 Lactophenin: patient file, Smith; n. d.
    8 Lactophenin: patient file, Conrady; n. d.
    9 Lactophenin: patient file, Rich; n. d.
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    164 1 The Cortisone Investigator Abstracts, June 1950-December 15,1950 (incomplete (No, 1-14, missing No. 12); 1950
    2 The Cortisone Investigator Abstracts, January 1951-March 15,1951 (No.15-20); 1951
    3 The Cortisone Investigators References, April 1951-September 1951 (No. 21-26); 1951
    4 The Cortisone Investigator References, October 1951-December 1951 (No.27-29; 2 copies of 29); 1951
    5 The Cortisone Investigator References, January 1952-June 1952 (No. 30-35); 1952
    6 The Cortisone Investigator, July 1952-December 1952 (Vol. vi, no. 1-6); 1952
    7 The Cortisone Investigator, January 1953-May 1953 (Vol. vii, no. 1-5); 1953
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    165 1 The Cortisone Investigator, January 1954-December 1954 (incomplete) (Vol. IX, no. 1-6, missing no. 5; Vol. X, no.1-6, missing no, 2); 1954
    2 Annotated Bibliography I. Compound E (Cortisone) and related Hormonal Substances 1949 (First and Second printings); June, 1950; 1950
    3 Annotated Bibliography III. Cortone (Cortisone, Compound E and related Hormonal Substances, December 1951; 1951
    4 Cortone (Cortisone, Compound E) a syllabus (manuscript and printed copy) 1950; 1950
    5 Annotated Bibliograpy IV. Cortone (Cortisone, Merck) and related Hormonal Substances June 1952; 1952
    6 Cortone (Cortisone, Merck) and other Substances of related Application; Annotated Bibliography V, January-June 1952; 1952
    7 Cortone (Cortisone, Merck) and other Substances of related Application. Annotated Bibliography VI, July-December 1952; 1952
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    166 1 Cortone (Cortisone, Merck) and other Substances of related Application: Annotated Bibliography VII, January-June 1953; 1953
    2 Cortone (Cortisone, Merck); Hydrocortone(Hydrocortison, Merck) and other Substances of related Appliction: Annotated Bibliography VIII, Juky-December 1953; 1953
    3 Cortone(Cortisone, Merck) Hydrocortone(Hydrocortisone and Merck) and other Subtances of related Application. The Cortisone Investigator, January-June 1954; 1954
    4 Cortone(Cortisone, Merck) Hydrocortone(Hydrocortisone, Merck) and other Substances of related Application. The Cortisone Investigator, July-December 1954; 1954
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    167 1 Spa: Aix-Les – Bains; n. d.
    2 Spa: Droitwitch Spa and the treatment of rheumatism; n. d.
    3 Spa: Arrowhead Springs, California; n. d.
    4 Spa: Stony Wold in the Adirondacks; n. d.
    5 Spa: Mergentheim, Germany; n. d.
    6 Spa: Pamsetgaat Among the Pines; n. d.
    7 Spa: Stony Wold Sanatorium; 1936
    8 Spa: Allison Hospital,Miami Beach, Florida; n. d.
    9 Spa: Martinsville Sanitarium Co., Martinsville, Indiana; 1929
    10 Spa: The Colonial, Mount Clemens, Michigan; n. d.
    11 Spa: Mudbaden, Sulphur Springs, Minnesota; n. d.
    12 Spa: Valley Ranch, Valley Ranch, New Mexico; n. d.
    13 Spa: The Carolina Mountain – Air, Asheville, North Carolina; 1934
    14 Spa: Hillsview Farm Sanitarium, Washington, Pennsylvania; n. d.
    15 Spa: Hot Springs Clinic, Hot Springs, South Dakota; n. d.
    16 Spa: The Torbett Sanatarium and Diagnostic Clinic, Marlin, Texas; n. d.
    17 Spa: The Homestead Virginia Hot Spring; n. d.
    18 Spa: Sharon Springs, New York; n. d.
    19 Spa: Medical Department The Greenbrier and Cottages, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia; n. d.
    20 Spa: Waukesha, Wisconsin; n. d.
    21 ”Ueber die Beziehungen der darstellenden Kunst zur Heilkunst” von Dr. Karl Friedrich Marx, 1861.” Plastik und Medizin” von Karl-Sudhoff, 1912: bibliography; 1861
    22 Spa: Pistany Czeskoslovakia. Mud Baths; n. d.
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    168 1 Cortisone Reprints; n. d.
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1929-1938; 1938
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1939-1941; 1941
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1942, part 1; 1942
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1942, part 2; 1942
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1944 part 1; .1944
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1947 part 1; 1947
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    169 1 Cortisone Reprints 1949, part 1; 1949
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1949, part 2; 1949
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 1; 1950
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 2; 1950
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 3; 1950
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 4; 1950
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1951, part 1; 1951
    8 Coetisone Reprints 1951, part 2; 1951
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    170 1 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 3; 1950
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 4; 1950
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 5; 1950
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 6; 1950
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 7; 1950
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 1; 1950
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 1; 1950
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1950, part 2; 1950
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    171 1 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 3; 1950
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 4; 1950
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 5; 1950
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 6; 1950
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1950, Part 7; 1950
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1951, part 1; 1951
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 2; 1951
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 3; 1951
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    172 1 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 1; 1951
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 2; 1951
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 3; 1951
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 4; 1951
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 5; 1951
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 6; 1951
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 7; 1951
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    173 1 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 1; 1951
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 4; 1951
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 5; 1951
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 6; 1951
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 7; 1951
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1951, Part 8; 1951
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 1; 1952
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 1; 1952
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    174 1 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 2; 1952
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 3; 1952
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 3; 1952
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 4; 1952
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 5; 1952
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 6; 1952
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 4; 1952
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    175 1 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 5; 1952
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 6; 1952
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 7; 1952
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1952, Part 8; 1952
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 1; 1953
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 2; 1953
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 4; 1953
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 5; 1953
    9 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 7; 1953
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    176 1 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 6; 1953
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 1; 1953
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 1; 1953
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 2; 1953
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1953, Part 3; 1953
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 2; 1954
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 3; 1954
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 4; 1954
    9 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 5; 1954
    10 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 6; 1954
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    177 1 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 7; 1954
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1954, Part 1; 1954
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1955, Part 1; 1955
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1955, Part 2; 1955
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1955, Part 3; 1955
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1955, Part 4; 1955
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1956, Part 1; 1956
    8 Cortisone Reprints 1956, Part 2; 1956
    9 Cortisone Reprints 1956, Part 1; 1956
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    178 1 Cortisone Reprints 1957, Part 1; 1957
    2 Cortisone Reprints 1957, Part 2; 1957
    3 Cortisone Reprints 1958, Part 1; 1958
    4 Cortisone Reprints 1959, Part 1; 1959
    5 Cortisone Reprints 1959, Part 1; 1959
    6 Cortisone Reprints 1960, Part 1; 1960
    7 Cortisone Reprints 1962, Part 1; 1962
    8 Reference – Articles by Others – No Date; n. d.
    9 Miscellaneous Reprints 1920-1950; 1920
    10 Reprints: 1898-1910; 1898
    11 Reprints: 1910-1920; 1910
    12 Reprints: 1921-1927; 1921
    13 Reprints: 1928-1929; 1928
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    179 1 Reprints: 1930-1934; 1930
    2 Reprints: 1942-1949; 1942
    3 Reprints: 1950-1951; 1950
    4 Reprints: 1953-1954; 1953
    5 Reprints: 1955-1957; 1955
    6 Reprints: 1958-1963; 1958
    7 Reprints and Manuscripts by others; No date; n. d.
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    180 1 Gout Reprints 1870-1903; 1870
    2 Gout Reprints 1906-1914; 1906
    3 Gout Reprints 1915-1918; 1915
    4 Gout Reprints 1919-1921; 1919
    5 Gout Reprints 1922-1924; 1922
    6 Gout Reprints 1925-1927; 1925
    7 Gout Reprints 1927-1930; 1927
    8 Gout Reprints 1931-1932; 1931
    9 Gout Reprints 1933-1934; 1933
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    181 1 Gout Reprints 1935; 1935
    2 Gout Reprints 1936-1937; 1936
    3 Gout Reprints 1937; 1937
    4 Gout Reprints 1938; 1938
    5 Gout Reprints 1939; 1939
    6 Gout Reprints 1940-1943; 1940
    7 Gout Reprints 1944-1946; 1944
    8 Gout Reprints 1947-1950; 1947
    9 Gout Reprints 1952-1953; 1952
    Series IV: Personal, Professional, and Oversize Materials; 1914-1965
    This series consists of both personal and professional materials that further document events, eductaion, travels, and research from Dr. Hench’s life and career. Materials include classnotes, yearbooks, glass slides, research charts, sheet music, postcards, photographs, printed materials, article reprints, newspapers, artwork, and realia. Glass slides have been individually numbered from 1-388 across 7 boxes and notated as folder ranges.
    Box Folder
    182 1 Correspondence. Dr. Hench to Dr. George Graham regarding St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Reports by Norman Moore; 1937
    2 Catalog order for St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Reports; circa 1937
    3 News articles on Cuban award to Dr. Hench; 1952
    4 Journal: “Le Progres Medical 79 annee No 10 – Mai 1951.” Issue devoted to rheumatology with article by Philip S. Hench; 1951
    5 Pamphlet: “The Abbott Collection; Paintings of Physical Medicine in the Army and Navy” The 95th Annual Session of the American Medical Association, San Francisco, July 1 through July 5, 1946
    6 Photographs (3) of mountain range; n.d.
    7 “Overzicht van de werken van Dr. J. Van Breemen 1903-1925.” On cover in ink: “Dr. P.S. Hench Mayo Clinic” (not Philip S. Hench’s writing). Some notes in ink and pencil; circa 1930
    8 “What’s New” Summer 1955, No. 189 Sections of the Head and Neck. Published by Abbott Laboratories; 1952
    9 Sales pamphlet for: “Mathew Brady: The First War Photographer”; 1911
    10 Portfolio of typed documents and reprints. Title on cover: “City Hospital Copenhagen, 1863-1948” Inscribed on inside cover: “To Dr. Philip S. Hench, Nov. 19th, 1948 from Department of Physical Medicine [1938-1948] Kommune hospitalit. Copenhagen, Denmark, Svend Clemmesen”; 1948
    11 Bound collection of: Current Events, The Nation School Newspaper” September 13-17, 1943 to May 29-June 2, 1944 (incomplete). In pencil on inside of front cover: “Kahler Hench.” Most quizzes have been completed; 1943-1944
    12-13 Pathology Lab Notebook, University of Pittsburgh; 1918
    14-15 University of Pittsburgh 1914 Yearbook; 1914
    Box Folder
    183 1 Postcard booklets; n.d.
    2-4 Postcards; n.d.
    5 1932 day book, first few pages written in by PSH; 1932
    6 Camp Carson license plates (2); 1940s
    7 Button pin: “Lafayette 1916 Lafayette 1956 Class Reunion”; 1956
    8 “Strength for Service to God and Country” book of devotions. In ink on presentation page: “ To Phillip S. Hench by The Session Third Presbyterian Church Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 3, 1942
    9 News clipping. “Army’s only Mule Pack Outfits are at Camp Carson”, Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph, August 9, 1949
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    184 1 Photograph. Life Magazine photographer being “injected” with cortisone by Dr. Hench. Photograph taken by Ervin W. Miller; 1949
    2 Photographs and check from Lasker Awards; 1949
    3 Photographs and other items of Stockholm, Sweden; 1950-1963
    4 Extracts from notes taken from Doctor Rush’s lectures on the Theory and Practise of Physic by Edward Taylor in 1786; undated
    5 Telegram. Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Social Security; 1955
    6 Article requests and articles relating to diabetes and pregnancy; 1920-1938
    7 Gout and other articles that reference Dr. Hench; 1927-1965
    8 Reprints on rheumatism; 1938-1963
    9 News clipping. Scientist Detect Harm in Secrecy, New York Times, June 15, 1959
    10 Zareh Nubar “Un Appel aux Savants”; 1958
    11 Reprint. Charles L. Short, “Arthritis in the Medittarenean Theatre of Operations”; 1947
    12 Speech. Nanna Svarts opening the 3rd International Congress of Internal Medicine; circa 1954
    13 Le Bulletin Médical; 1929, 1936, 1946
    14 Proceedings of the Staff of the Mayo Clinic and other realted materials; 1950-1953
    15 Reports. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; 1955, 1958
    16 Printed Material and Bandage Samples, SOMA, Johnson & Johnson; circa 1950
    17 Printed Material. “What I Saw Across the Rhine” by Frank Dobie, National Geographic; “The Dumb Damsel” by Ralph Cooper Hutchison; 1947, 1955
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    185 Binder “Property of Dr. P. S. Hench – Mayo Clinic Rochester – Minn. Volume II” containing notes, reprints, photographs, charts, letters, reports, case studies and lectures; 1927-1928
    Social Security Amedments of 1955, Hearings before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, 84th Congress, H.R. 7225, Part 1-3; 1956
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    186 1-56 Glass slides: People (Doctors, Professional Events); various
    Box Folder
    187 57-112 Glass slides: People (Doctors, Professional Events); various
    Box Folder
    188 113-130 Glass slides: People (Doctors, Professional Events); various
    131-173 Glass slides: Patient Information (X-Rays, Photos, Condition Info); various
    Box Folder
    189 174-231 Glass slides: Patient Information (X-Rays, Photos, Condition Info); various
    Box Folder
    190 232-295 Glass slides: General Medical Information (Conditions, Treatments, Medical Instruments, Cortisone Info); various
    Box Folder
    191 296-317 Glass slides: General Medical Information (Conditions, Treatments, Medical Instruments, Cortisone Info); various
    318-349 Glass slides: Travel/Art; various
    Box Folder
    192 350-364 Glass slides: Travel/Art; various
    365-388 Glass slides:Pharmaceutical Business, Cartoons, Correspondence, Mayo Clinic History; various
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    OV 220 Charcoal portrait from Photograph of P.S. Hench by Stanley Pochron; circa 1940
    Newspaper. Médecine et Hygiène; February 25, 1952
    Small banner from: “Primeiro Congresso de Reumatologia Pan-Americano, Agosto 1955”; 1955
    Charts. Analysis of Norman Moore’s studies on the morbid anatomy of gout from St. Bartholomew’s Hospital reports; circa 1937
    The Courier – “St. Marys Hospital Dedicates New 220-bed Domitilia Unit” September 30, 1956; 1956
    Rochester Daily Post and Record- “Special Kahler Edition”; September 28, 1921
    Rochester Daily Post and Record “The Kahler is dedicated to the Public” September 28, 1921
    17 Photographs from the Photographic History of the Civil War; 1910
    Rochester Post-Bulletin – “Germans Admit Drive is Stalled” July 11, 1941
    Rochester Post-Bulletin – “U. S. Declares War; U. S. Bases Raided” December 7, 1941
    Rochester Post-Bulletin “U. S. Declares War; President Speaks” December 8, 1941
    Rochester Post-Bulletin “U. S. Declares War on Germany and Italy” December 11, 1941
    Rochester Post-Bulletin “Allies invade French Coast” June 6, 1944
    Rochester Post-Bulletin “Foe Silent on Surrender: August 13, 1945
    Rochester Post-Bulletin “Japanese Surrender” August 14, 1945
    Times-Herald, Washington, DC, “Germany Surrenders” August 13, 1945
    Chicago Daily Tribune – “War! Bomb Warsaw” September 1, 1939; 1939
    The New York Times, December 7, 1862; gift from Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1862
    Harper’s Weekly, January 19,1867; October 4, 1879; gift of Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1879
    Harper’s Weekly, October 1, 1881; December 3, 1881; gift of Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1881
    Harper’s Weekly, January 29,1887; December 3, 1887; gift of Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1887
    Harper’s Weekly, February 9, 1895; February 16, 1895; April 6, 1895; May 25, 1895; gift of Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1895
    Harper’s Weekly, April 27, 1912; gift of Atchison L. Hench to P. S. Hench; 1912
    Eight oversize pages of photonegative reprints of articles from late 1940s on cortisone, arthritis, and P.S. Hench; circa 1940
    Box Folder
    OV 221 Certificate. Department of Public Intervention, Commonwealth of Pennslyvania; 1917
    Charts on patient research circa 1940 (Folder 1 0f 2); circa 1940
    Charts on patient research circa 1940 (Folder 2 of 2); circa 1940
    Photographs (11) of arthritic patient and various hands, legs and feet. Accompanied by brown envelope with return address: “Dr. E. R. Eaton, 53 West 83rd St, NYC” addressed to “Dr. Phillip S. Hench, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Mn.” Postage cancellation does not show date; n.d.
    Photographs (10) of bones; n.d.
    Architect drawing of: “Station Hospital” with copy of newspaper: “Camp Carson Mountaineer, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Thursday, October 29, 1942”; 1942
    Poster for lecture by Philip S. Hench: University of Edinburgh Macarthur Post-graduate Lectures, 13th October, 1950. 1950
    Laminated poster of Swedish ship (not in folder); n.d.
    Sheet music for piano – The Stars and Stripes Forever; circa 1910
    Sheet music for piano – Love’s Old Sweet Song; circa 1910
    Sheet music for piano – Hail to Pitt; circa 1910
    Sheet music for piano – The Road to Yesterday; circa 1910
    Box
    MD 18 “B Kocmoc” (To Space!) Soviet Poster by Nikolai Litvinov, 1960; 1960
    Series V: Audiovisual Materials; 1920-1963
    This series consists of phonograph discs, audograph dictation discs, and a 16mm film that document personal and professional events, professional speeches, Nobel Prize ceremony, media broadcasts, and office dictation of Philip Hench. All aluminium-based phonographis discs have been digitized, and the CD copies are stored with the materials in AVA 027 as noted in finding aid.
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    AVA 026 AVA.MS076.001 Phonogrpah disc. Dr. Edward Kendall and Philip Hench, WHAM-TV, Bob Considine Televsion Show; June 8, 1951
    AVA.MS076.002 Phonogrpah disc. Opening of Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation campaign, spring 1950; 1950
    AVA.MS076.003.a-h Phonograph disc. American Rheumatism Association Speech, Records 1-8; 1949
    AVA.MS076.004-.006 Phonograph disc. Nobel Ceremony, Parts 1, 5, and 6 1950
    AVA.MS076.007-.008 Phonograph disc. Norwegian narration of Nobel ceremony; 1950
    AVA.MS076.009.a-e American Legion Award to Drs. Mayo, Records 1-5; circa 1920
    AVA.MS076.010 Phonograph disc. Wedding Ceremony “John and Mary”; undated
    Box Folder
    AVA 027 AVA.MS076.011-.019 Records of the seminars on rheumatic disease, spring 1962, including PSH on axioms and psychogenic RA – 9 audiographs (not transferred to compact disc); 1962
    AVA.MS076.020-.022 Audographs. Dictation discs (3). Medical notes series (from folder titled “Manuscripts by others for review by PSH”); circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.023 Audographs. Dictation discs From 1950s correspondence; circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.024-.028 Audographs. Dictation discs (5); circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.029-.035 Audographs. Dictation discs (7); circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.036-.048 Audograph Correspondence folder and dictation discs (13) [subject unspecified]; circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.049 Audograph. The man who dreamed of and predicted the San Francisco earthquake; circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.050.a-b Audograph. Yellow Jack the movie; circa 1950s
    AVA.MS076.051 Phonograph disc. Dr. Phil Hench, Dr. Edward C. Kendall CBS, May 25,; 1949
    AVA.MS076.052 Phonograph disc. Piano (possibly Philip Hench); undated
    Compact Discs (CDs) Digital Media. Digital versions of the following audiovisual items: AVA.MS076.001, AVA.MS076.002, AVA.MS076.003, AVA.MS076.004, AVA.MS076.005, AVA.MS076.006, AVA.MS076.007, AVA.MS076.008, AVA.MS076.009, AVA.MS076.010, AVA.MS076.051, AVA.MS076.052. Each iteme has two digital copies on compact discs. Also, the items have been transferred to the digital collections storage drive.
    Box Reel
    AVF AVF.MS076.001 Film (16mm). Gustavus Adolphus–Nobel Report WCCO Reports, July – film from television program; 1963