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Thanks to SCAMeL, TMC Library’s A/V History is Getting New Life

by Matt Richardson, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian October is Archives Month! The TMC Library is celebrating with a special opportunity to support the McGovern Historical Center. Help us secure the history of the Texas Medical Center. https://library.tmc.edu/mcgovern/2022/09/28/give-2-history-secure-the-past/ For those of you who’ve been following the McGovern Historical Center for a while, you know our… Continue Reading Thanks to SCAMeL, TMC Library’s A/V History is Getting New Life […]

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Digitized TMC Photographs Now Online

University of Texas School of Nursing Students, 1973

By Matt Richardson, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian Did you set a New Year’s Resolution to finally organize your closet or garage? Well, that’s pretty much what your friendly neighborhood MHC archivists have been up to with our digitized images. The McGovern Historical Center has accumulated a pretty good assortment of scanned images over the years.… Continue Reading Digitized TMC Photographs Now Online […]

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Happy Archives Month!

American Archives Month

by Matt Richardson, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian Did you know that October is American Archives Month? On top of that, it’s also National Medical Librarians Month! On October 13, the McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center joined the larger archives community on Twitter in celebration of #AskAnArchivist Day. We also took to the streets–ok,… Continue Reading Happy Archives Month! […]

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E-Vesalius comes to TMC Library

  By Philip Montgomery Head of the McGovern Historical Center The Electronic Vesalius project has come to the TMC Library. The e-Vesalius is a digital facsimile of Andreas Vesalius’ De Humani Corporis Fabrica, a landmark text of Renaissance anatomy that has been credited with inaugurating Western internal medicine. The e-Vesalius is touch sensitive. Touching the… Continue Reading E-Vesalius comes to TMC Library […]

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Texas Medical Center Library Centennial: Pellagra in a nutshell

by Alethea Drexler, archives assistant Today’s post combines history, medicine, and food.  We’ll start with the Harris County Medical Society Bulletin, Volume 3, Number 4, August 1912[1], and an excerpt about pellagra (this image has been photoshopped so that it would fit in one space.  These are from pages 12 and 13): Nineteen-twelve was a… Continue Reading Texas Medical Center Library Centennial: Pellagra in a nutshell […]

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