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Collection Number: A&M.4124
Overview Bound typescript report regarding public health conditions in Clarksburg, West Virginia, completed ca. 1940. Contents include a brief history of the city and an overview of current health and safety related infrastructure. Topics discussed include availability of clean water and current sewer conditions, the fire department, and medical facilities for infant care, tuberculosis, and venereal diseases. Photographs and newspaper clippings have been pasted into the typescript. Subjects of...
Dates: ca. 1940
Collection Number: A&M.3163
Overview The correspondence, scrapbooks, articles and speeches of the collection document the later portion of the life of Daniel Hale (1912-1975), a Princeton physician and conservationist, who was a creator of the board of the Southern Soil Conservation District, and a founder of the Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Area. Correspondents include Robert C. Byrd, James Kee, Arch A. Moore, Jr., and Jennings Randolph.
Collection Number: A&M.3181
Overview The microfilm is the only existing copy of the records of the student nursing program at Monongalia General Hospital in Morgantown. The records, alphabetized by student name, document cases handled by the student nurses. The microfiche duplicate the microfilm version.
Collection Number: A&M.4372
Content Description One "Physician's Record", a small pamphlet used by doctors or other medical professionals to document births. This record was used from 1936-1944, mainly for births in Upshur County. These books were issued by the West Virginia State Department of Health to physicians for purposes of statistics and record-keeping. Each page of the book contains a form that can be filled in with the relevant information, including the infant's name, date of birth, birthplace, race, and legitimacy, as well as the...
- Subject: Public health X