Hospitals and hospital records.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2658
Overview Typed transcriptions provided by WVU Hospital staff of legislative reports prepared by WVU Vice-President Edwin Flowers. The reports were made available to the WVU community during legislative sessions. Special emphasis is placed on information relevant to WVU Hospitals. Because of general budget tightening, there was much concern at the time about funding for the new hospital and salary increases for classified employees.
Collection Number: A&M.3307
Overview One (11.5' x 12') volume of photographs documenting the Sanitarium located at Hopemont, Preston County, WV. The volume contains over 130 photographs depicting the facilities, services, staff, patients, and local scenery.
Dates: ca. 1920-1929
Collection Number: A&M.1937
Scope and Contents Papers (1935-1947) including correspondence, bonds, tax returns, checks, bank statements and account books of the Fairmont General (Cook ) Hospital Graduate Nurses' Alumni Association, Fairmont, W. Va. See inventory for complete description.
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.3289
Overview Civil War hospital records from the National Archives. Includes muster and pay roll of the hospital corps employed at the Contraband Camp Hospital at Washington, D.C. (February - August 1863, May - June 1864) and muster roll of steward, wardmaster, cooks, nurses, matrons, detached soldiers, sick, in the hospital of Freedman's Hospital at Washington, D.C. (March - August 1865) Also includes records of the U.S.A. Post/General Hospital at Wheeling, West Virginia: monthly, weekly, and morning...
Collection Number: A&M.2662
Overview Most of the letters are to Helen M. Robinson of Fetterman, Taylor County, West Virginia, from relatives and friends. Subjects discussed include housekeeping, fashions, farming, schools, religion, and the Civil War from both the Confederate and Union perspectives. There are frequent, specific references to the political and military state-of-affairs in the upper Ohio Valley region.
Collection Number: A&M.2769
Scope and Contents The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) archives consists of the records of the first industry-wide pension and medical care plans for coal miners and their families in the United States. The archives comprise approximately 156 linear feet of records from the years 1946-1974, and include minutes, resolutions, correspondence, memos, reports, transcribed speeches, lawsuit documents, construction plans, contracts, statistical reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, microfilmed reading files,...
Collection Number: A&M.2439
Overview Correspondence, reports, photographs, blueprints, slides, and other materials relating to the planning and building of the WVU Medical Center. See inventory folder for further details.