Walter J. Russell, MD, DMSc Papers

Manuscript Collection No. 63


TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Biographical Notes
  • Scope and Content Note
  • Table of Contents
  • Restrictions
  • Index terms
  • Administrative Information
  • Detailed Description of the Collection
  • Series I: Japanese Radiologists – Correspondence;
  • Index:
  • Repository: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library; The John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center 1133 John Freeman Blvd.Houston, Texas 77030-2809.
    Creator: Walter J. Russell.
    Title: Papers of Walter J. Russell, MD, DM Sc.
    Dates: 1884-.
    Quantity: 2.5 linear feet. (6 boxes)
    Abstract: Walter J. Russell (1884-) Dr. Russell’s Collection is composed exclusively of his correspondence with and on behalf of Japanese physicians interested in the radiology training program. The size of the collection is 2.5 linear feet (6 boxes).
    Identification: MS 63
    Location: Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library, Houston, Texas.
    Language: English.

    Biographical Notes

    Walter J. Russell received his medical education at St. Louis University Medical School. He graduated in 1952 with a Doctor of Medicine degree. He is a member of several learned societies. They are as follows: Diplomate American Board Radiology (radiology), American College of Radiology, American Roentgen Ray Society, Health Physics Society, Nippon Societas Radiologica, New York Academy of Sciences, Pan American Medical Association, Radiological Society of North America, Society of Nuclear Medicine. In July of 1959, he was appointed Chief of the Department of Radiology of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Russell continued his to conduct his research with the ABCC successor organization, the Radiation Effects Research Foundation. His association with RERF continues today. Dr. Russell, his wife Mitsuko and children still live in Hiroshima Japan.

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    Scope and Content Note

    Walter J. Russell donated the material in this collection in 1986, 1989, and 1995. Dr. Russell received his Doctor of Medicine degree at the St. Louis University Medical School, in 1952. In July of 1959, he was appointed Chief of the Department of Radiology of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. Dr. Russell continued his to conduct his research with the ABCC successor organization, the Radiation Effects Research Foundation. This is a record of communication with twenty-five Japanese physicians and nearly one hundred and sixty medical institutions. The collection is organized in alphabetical order and is in good condition. The size of the collection is 2.5 linear feet (6 boxes).

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    Table of Contents

    This collection is arranged into the following series.

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    Restrictions

    Access restrictions

    Access to this material is not restricted.

    User restrictions

    Some restriction may apply, including copyright restrictions. Consult an archivist.

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    Index terms

    This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

    Russell, Walter J.–Archives

    Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC).
    Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF)

    Japan.

    Correspondence.
    Radiology.

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    Administrative Information

    Preferred Citation

    Papers of Walter J. Russell, M.D., D.M. Sc., 1884-, MS 63; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library.

    Please cite the box and folder numbers where appropriate.

    This material was donated by Dr. Russell in 1986, 1989, and 1995.

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    Detailed Description of the Collection

    Series I: Japanese Radiologists – Correspondence;
    Scope and Content Note: This series includes six boxes containing records of communication with twenty-five Japanese physicians and nearly one hundred and sixty medical institutions.
    Box Folder
    1 1 Hayabuchi, Hitomi – Curriculum Vitae (Hayabuchi, Naofumi’s wife).
    2 Hayabuchi, Naofumi – Curriculum Vitae.
    3 Hayabuchi, Naofumi – Curriculum Vitae.
    4 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and British Council Scholarship.
    5 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and Kyushu University Dept. of Radiology, Faculty of Medicine and IARC.
    6 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
    7 Hayabuchi, Naofumi – Publications.
    8 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and National Research Council.
    9 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and Scholars and Fellowships Program Branch Fogarty International Center National Institutes of Health.
    10 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and Stanford University Medical Center.
    11 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and the University of Wisconsin.
    12 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and UICC American Cancer Society Eleanor Roosevelt International Center Fellowship.
    13 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and UTGBS and UTSCC.
    14 Hayabuchi, Naofumi and World Health Organization, International Agency for Research on Cancer.
    15 Hirano, Tsuneo and Brookhaven Laboratory.
    16 Hirano, Tsuneo and Emory University Clinic.
    17 Hirano, Tsuneo and Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
    18 Hirano, Tsuneo and Kenneth L. Krabbenhoft, M.D..
    19 Hirano, Tsuneo and Medical College of Wisconsin.
    20 Hirano, Tsuneo and Negative Replies from Several Universities.
    21 Hirano, Tsuneo to Walter J. Russell, M.D.
    22 Hirano, Tsuneo and Wayne State University.
    23 Hirano, Tsuneo and State of Washington Dept. of Licensing.
    24 Hirano, Tsuneo and SUNY Upstate Medical Center.
    25 Hirano, Tsuneo and The Hospital of St. Raphael.
    26 Hirano, Tsuneo and Tulane Medical Center, Hospital and Clinic.
    27 Hirano, Tsuneo and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
    28 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Miami.
    29 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Michigan Medical School.
    30 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Missouri – Columbia and Massachusetts General Hospital.
    31 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of North Carolina.
    32 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
    33 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Utah Medical Center.
    34 Hirano, Tsuneo and University of Wisconsin.
    35 Hirano, Tsuneo and UT M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute.
    36 Japanese Radiologists.
    37 Katayama, Hitoshi and Hospital of University of Pennsylvania.
    38 Katayama, Hitoshi and Roswell Park Memorial Institute.
    39 Katayama, Hitoshi and The Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, Conn..
    40 Katayama, Hitoshi and University of Michigan Medical Center.
    41 Kikuchi, Yoichi and Emory University Clinic.
    42 Kikuchi, Yoichi and Makkinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University.
    43 Kikuchi, Yoichi and Medical College of Wisconsin.
    44 Kikuchi, Yoichi and Ochsner Clinic.
    45 Kikuchi, Yoichi and The Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven, Connecticut.
    46 Kikuchi, Yoichi and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
    47 Kikuchi, Yoichi and University of Wisconsin.
    Box Folder
    2 48 Mizushima, Akira and Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
    49 Mizushima, Akira and Duke University Medical Center.
    50 Mizushima, Akira and Emory University Clinic.
    51 Mizushima, Akira and Hackensack Hospital.
    52 Mizushima, Akira and Henry Ford Hospital.
    53 Mizushima, Akira and Hospital of Saint Raphael.
    54 Mizushima, Akira and Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
    55 Mizushima, Akira and New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center.
    56 Mizushima, Akira and Northwestern University Medical School.
    57 Mizushima, Akira and Oregon Health Sciences University.
    58 Mizushima, Akira and Oschner Clinic.
    59 Mizushima, Akira and SUNY Upstate Medical Center.
    60 Mizushima, Akira and the University of Michigan.
    61 Mizushima, Akira and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
    62 Mizushima, Akira and University of Colorado Health Science Center.
    63 Mizushima, Akira and University of Miami.
    64 Mizushima, Akira and University of Minnesota.
    65 Mizushima, Akira and University of Missouri – Columbia, School of Medicine.
    66 Mizushima, Akira and University of New Mexico, School of Medicine.
    67 Mizushima, Akira and University of Pittsburgh.
    68 Mizushima, Akira and UTGSBS.
    69 Mizushima, Akira and UTSCC – M.D. Anderson and Tumor Institute.
    70 Mizushima, Akira and Vanderbilt University.
    71 Mizushima, Akira and Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center, University of Wisconsin.
    72 Nakata, Hajime.
    73 Nakata, Hajime and China Medical Board of New York, Inc.
    74 Nakata, Hajime and Stanford University School of Medicine.
    75 Nakata, Hajime and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
    76 Nakata, Hajime and University of California, San Diego.
    77 Nakata, Hajime and University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
    78 Nakata, Hajime and University of Oregon Medical School.
    79 Nakata, Hajime and University of Pennsylvania.
    80 Nishitani, Hiromu and Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
    81 Nishitani, Hiromu and Emory University Clinic.
    82 Nishitani, Hiromu and Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
    83 Nishitani, Hiromu and Medical College of Wisconsin.
    84 Nishitani, Hiromu and University Hospital The University of Michigan Medical Center.
    85 Nishitani, Hiromu and University of Miami Hospitals and Clinics.
    86 Nishitani, Hiromu and William S. Kiyasu.
    87 Onitsuka, Hideo and the University of Michigan.
    88 Sugimoto, Hideharu and Medical College of Wisconsin.
    89 Sugimoto, Hideharu and SUNY Upstate Medical Center.
    90 Tamura, Shozo and Case Western Reserve Univ. AFF. Hosps.
    91 Tamura, Shozo and Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation.
    92 Tamura, Shozo and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University.
    93 Tamura, Shozo and John Hopkins Hospital.
    94 Tamura, Shozo and New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center.
    95 Tamura, Shozo and the University of Michigan.
    96 Tamura, Shozo and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
    97 Tamura, Shozo and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
    98 Tamura, Shozo and Washington University School of Medicine.
    99 Tamura, Shozo and Yale – New Haven Medical Center.
    Box Folder
    3 100-102 Abo, Masakimi – Correspondence.
    103 American Board of Radiology – Correspondence – Training Credit for Japanese Radiologists.
    104 Cleveland Clinic, Ohio (Dr. K. Hayashi’s file).
    105 Evans, Joseph – ECFMG – TASK FORCE.
    106 Fukuya, Tatsuro – Correspondence.
    107 Hayabuchi, Naofumi – Correspondence.
    108 Higashida, Yoshihara – Correspondence.
    109 Higuchi, Takehiko – Correspondence.
    110-113 Hirano, Tsuneo – Correspondence.
    114 Japanese Radiologists – Correspondence.
    Box Folder
    4 115 Kawanami, Takahashi – Correspondence.
    116 Kawanami, Takahashi – Correspondence.
    117 Kawashima, Akira – Correspondence U.S. Letters.
    118-122 Kawashima, Akira – Correspondence.
    123 Kawashima, Akira – Correspondence U.S. Letters.
    124 Kawashima, Akira – Correspondence.
    125 Katayama, Hitoshi – Correspondence.
    126 Kikuchi, Yoichi – Correspondence.
    127 Kitamura, Saburo – Correspondence.
    128 Kudo, Sho. ECFMG DSP Documents – Official.
    Box Folder
    5 129 Letters to Thank Employees.
    130 Marquette School of Medicine (Dr. Komaki’s File).
    131-134 Masuda, Kouji – Correspondence.
    135 Matsumoto, Shigeyo – Correspondence.
    136 Matsumoto, Shigeyo – Correspondence.
    137 Matsuura, Keiichi – Correspondence.
    138-142 Mizushima, Akira – Correspondence Application Letters.
    Box Folder
    6 143 Mizushima, Akira, M.D. – Correspondence.
    144 Nakamura, Ikuo – Correspondence.
    145 Nakata, Hajime – Correspondence.
    146 Sakurai, Dr. – Correspondence.
    147 Suemaru, Kohso – Correspondence.
    148 Tamura, Shozo – Correspondence.
    149 Mizushima, Akira, M.D. – Correspondence.
    143-154 HEW – Correspondence.
    155 Mizushima, Akira-Correspondence.
    156 Mizushima, Akira and Tulane Medical Center Center Hospital and Clinic.
    157 Mizushima, Akira and Medical College of Wisconsin.
    Index:
    Box Folder
    American Board Radiology
    American College of Radiology
    American Roentgen Ray Society
    Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC)
    Health Physics Society
    Irie, Hideo.
    Japanese Board of Radiology
    Kyushu University (Fukoka, Japan)
    Matsuura, Keiichi.
    New York Academy of Sciences
    Pan American Medical Association
    Radiation Effects Research Foundations (RERF)
    Radiological Society of North America
    Radiology
    Radiology Training Programs
    Russell, Mitsuko (Mrs.)
    Russell, Walter, J.
    Saint Louis University Medical School (St. Louis, MO)
    Schull, William J.
    Society of Nuclear Medicine
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