Affichage de 1936 résultats

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University of Manitoba College of Medicine Archives
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Rigatto, Henrique

The Henrique Rigatto file contains the following material:

  1. Obit.: WFP 14 Mar 2009 (wife) (1p)

  2. CV c1972; 2003 (28pp)

  3. Breakthrough HSC Fdn Newsletter Winter 1994 featuring Dr. Rigatto (with picture) (1p)

  4. Biography from “Child Health Research in Manitoba” 1993 featuring Dr. Rigatto with picture (3pp)

  5. Article on infant respiration featuring HR from HSC Fdn publication. 1995 (1p)

  6. Neonatal Symposium 2003 in honour of HR's retirement (2pp)

  7. Biog from Dr John M Bowman Neonatal Research Symposium progam 2006; Bull v37(13) 6 Nov 2003 (1p)

  8. 1st recipient Child Hosp Wpg Research Professorship Can Doctor v51(4):61 April 1985 (1p)

  9. Professor Emeritus 2006 UM News release 10 May 2006; WFP 11 May 2006; Bull v41(4) 17 May 2006 (MISSING SEPT 2011) (3pp)
    See also:
    -file 17.3.5a/b MMA Award winners files for biography

Rigatto, Henrique

Ross, Charlotte Whitehead

The Charlotte Whitehead Ross file contains the following material:

  1. Obit: CMAJ 6(3) 251, March 1916 (1p)

  2. Previous catalogue sheet; also bibliographic source re CWR from Women in Medicine Scarecrow press 1977 (2pp)

  3. Biographical notes from ‘a medical history of Manitoba’ by Ruth Monk(?) (in file #21.10.3) (1p)

  4. Letter from Carlotta Hacker confirming birth date as 1843 (1p)

  5. 1993 November news release re granting of medical license to practice 77 years after her death (1p)

  6. “Dr. Charlotte M. Ross. Manitoba’s pioneer medical woman” by JO Todd, MMB v77 Jan 1928 (2pp)

  7. “Doctor Charlotte Whitehead Ross” by AB Cameron Wpg 1933 typescript 19pp+3pp news clippings) (1 booklet+ 4pp photocopies of news items)

  8. “Dr. Charlotte Ross” Typescript of radio talk given by Dr ME Douglass as part of UM series on “Famous Women” (signed copy in ME Douglass 21.9 file) (5pp)

  9. “A pioneer women doctor of western Canada” by ME Douglass UMMJ 18(1)13-16, 1946; MMR 27:255-6 (5pp)

  10. “Dr. Charlotte W. Ross. Manitoba’s Pioneer Women Doctor” by HP Smith Man Pageant 21(1) Autumn 1975 (4pp)

  11. Charlotte Whitehead Ross (Manitobans in profile) by B & M Angel 1982 signed by authors (50pp booklet)

  12. “Charlotte W. Ross” from Medicine in Manitoba by RB Mitchell pp92-94 (2pp)

  13. Presentation of church sign and plaque in memory of CWR to Ross United Church incl program of service, corres (CJ McFarlane & LD Curwen) typescript biog signed by Bernice Buss; news item re ceremony of ceremony WFP 18 Sept 1982; copy of CJ McFarlane's tribute with M Angel commentary to CWR (incl list of the Ross medl winners) UMMJ v53(1) 1983 (2 copies) (14pp)

  14. Brief biog from Women doctors in Winnipeg p146 (1p)

  15. Photocopy of picture from C Hacker’s Indomitable lady doctors Clarke Irwin 1974 p87 (1p)

  16. Photocopy excerpt from Mitchell “Early doctors of Manitoba” CMAJ v33:92-93, 1935 (2pp)

  17. Handbook of Meeting 1930 BMA meeting in Winnipeg 1930 p175 re memorial service for CWR (2pp)

  18. From WFP files 16 Dec 1887: pub in "Forty Years Ago Today - 1887" repub MMB v76, Dec., 1927 re CWR applied for medical licence from Man legislature (1p)

  19. "Joe Whitehead brought the railroad to Winnipeg" Wpg Tribune 5 Aug 1963: article re JW and his grandson (father and nephew of CWR) (1p)

  20. The Iron Rose: The Extraordinary Life of Charlotte Ross MD by Fred Edge: book cover, news releases (UM Press 1992), reviews: North Dakota Hist, Winter 1994 v61(1); Can Bull Med Hist v10(2), 1993; Family Practice 21 Feb 1994; Prairie Books Now Summer 1993; The Beaver June-July 1993; photo at UM book launch (12pp)

  21. Copy of letter Allan/Bethune re our sending copy of picture to Ottawa 1998 (1p)

  22. “Whitemouth cairn built to honor ‘The Iron Rose’” Whiteshell Echo August 2000 with letter of corrections from Dr CJ McFarlane (3pp)

  23. 1994 letter from F Edge setting the record straight re the Manitoba licensure of CWR (3pp)

  24. “Pioneer woman physician” by A Cameron WFP 5 June 1971 (1p+original)

  25. “Dr. Charlotte Ross - Incredible in life and death” by RE Beamish (4pp)

  26. "Some Manitoba Women who did First Things”-LB Thomas - Man Hist Soc Transactions Series 3(4), 1947-48 (3pp)

  27. "Women working for Healthy Communities” A Ducas & J Linton for the Manitoba Women’s Directorate 2001 (5pp)

  28. "100 years have passed since the first woman graduated from medical school" UM Bull v26(11), 1992 (1p)

  29. "A Pioneer Woman in Canadian Medicine" by MG Currie Nova Scotia Med Bull (Halifax) 33:266-267, 1954 (2pp)
    see also:
    -file 21.9 (Margaret George Rioch Anthonisen) for photograph of Ross Medal

Ross, Charlotte Whitehead

Schultz, John Christian

The John Christian Schultz file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: MMB v117, 1931, "35 Years Ago Yesterday"; also “55 Years Ago Yesterday” (incl amusing incident re JCS ); CMAJ v21(5) Nov 1929 (wife) (2pp)

  2. Entry from AH Kelly's Cyclopedia of American medical biography Saunders 1912 v.1 pp 351-352 (2pp)

  3. Entry from “Notes on early medical men of Manitoba" by Archbishop Matheson, (original in Ross Mitchell file) (1p)

  4. Entry from scribbler attr. to Ruth Monk “John Christian Schultz” (2pp)

  5. Entry from D Swartz's “Canadians who have distinguished themselves in other fields” MMR 34, 1954 (1p)

  6. “Eighty years ago - June 8, 1881” re proposal to build Wpg’s first block, 1961 WFP 8 June 1961 (1p)

  7. WE Ingersoll's “Yarns of early Winnipeg: an expert on Red River cart travel No 36” WFP 30 May 1962 (1p)

  8. MH Campbell's “A doctor afield in Manitoba” MMR 43(5) 281-84 1963 (3pp reprint+12pp reprint + 9pp from Man Hist Society website)

  9. Copy “Sir John Christian Schultz 1840-1896”: from Academy of Med, Toronto’s Centennial Map 1967 (1p)

  10. Mitchell R “Dr. John Christian Schultz - Patriot or troublemaker?” paper read before Meridian Lodge no.140 A.F and A.M. on Sept 18, 1969, typescript (8pp)

  11. “Sir John Christian Schultz, K.C.M.G. Story of Manitoba pp5-10 (6pp)

  12. "Lieutenant-Governor Schultz on Seven Oaks" by RB Mitchell MMB v12, 1932 (2pp)

  13. JCS, JH Ashdown and the Riel Rebellion Wpg Real Estate Bd News 15 Sept 2006 (bottom of col 2, top of col 3) (1p)

  14. “A forgotten northern fortress” MMB (1931) 123: 25 (4pp)

  15. "35 Years Ago Today - 1895" JCS created K.C.M.G; "50 Years Ago Today -1880" elected director Wpg & HBC railway MMB v106, 1930; (1p)

  16. “How Dr. Schultz defied the Hudson’s Bay Company” from Macoun’s History of the Great Northwest MMB 113: 16, 18 1931 (2pp)

  17. “Doctors as politicians …” MMB 107:4-5 1930 (1p)

  18. “Thirty years ago today -1899” death of Monkman, half-breed who assisted Dr. Schultz in escape from Fort Garry in 1870 MMB 94:4 1929 (1p)

  19. RB Mitchell's “Lieutenant-Governor Schultz on Seven Oaks” MMB (1932) 12:134 (2pp)

19.”Pancreatic milk notes unveiled” WFP Jun 2, 1970 (1p)

  1. Biog selections on JCS from J Blanchard's A Thousand Miles of Prairie, the Manitoba Historical Society and the History of Western Canada (4pp)
    See also:
    -file 21.9, folder 4 RB Mitchell: "The Early Doctors of Manitoba" CMAJ v33:90-91 1935

MPC #679

Schultz, John Christian

Shapiro, Evelyn

The Evelyn Shapiro file contains the following material:

  1. “Professor Evelyn Shapiro to receive the CMA Medal of Honour “ CMA website 3 Aug 2001 incl bio; “Aging and health-care expert to be honoured” WFP 11 Aug 2001 (4pp)

  2. Evelyn Shapiro Award for Health Services Research announcement, established by ES, tea of thanks invitation; Bull v38(2) 22 Apr 2004 (2pp)

  3. Fred Douglas Society Humanitarian Award 2 May 2004, The Prime Times 1 July 2004 (1p)

  4. Evelyn Shapiro Mentoring Award established by Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG ) Bull v 39(15) 8 Dec 2005 (1p)

  5. Order of Canada” 20 Feb 2007 UM website incl b&w photo; 20 Feb 2007 UM website; WFP 21 Feb 2007; Bull v40(20) 8 Mar 2007; Man Med, Fall 2007 incl col. photo; gg website (8p)

  6. Order of Manitoba, Man Med, Spring 2008; WFP 13 May 2008 & 11 July 2008 (4pp)

  7. “Hospital visit is a real eye-opener” WFP 21 May 2004 (1p)

  8. Recipient of Golden Jubilee Medal 2002, CHS Quarterly Bulletin No.15 Sept 2002 (1p)

  9. Emmett Hall Memorial Lecturer 2008 (1p)
    Note:
    -Order of Canada 2007
    -Order of Manitoba 2008
    -CMA Medal of Honour 2001

MPC1.0 667A-B

Shapiro, Evelyn

Shaw, Edward Charles

The Edward Charles Shaw file contains the following material:

  1. Obit.: WFP Jan 4 1980; news item on death WFP Jan 3, 1980 (2pp)

  2. Copy of 5 x 7 student card (1p)

  3. “Dr. Shaw 'revives' Captain Kennedy” MMR 50(4) 14-16 1970 (5pp)

  4. Articles by Dr. Shaw on health care: (4pp)
    -"Nurses and Doctors" WFP 7 Oct 1977
    -"Restraint in medicine" WFP 13 Feb 1978
    -"Salaried doctors?" WFP 13 Nov 1978
    -"Doctors on salary" WFP 27 Jan 1979

  5. "Dr Edward Shaw Award" '...to develop or pursue an interest in history' from Manitoba Historical Society website (3pp)

  6. "Captain William Kennedy, An Extraordinary Canadian by ECS, Manitoba Historical Society Transactions Series 3, Number 27, 1970-71 season (13pp)

Shaw, Edward Charles

Sheps, Cecil George

The Cecil George Sheps file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: AMA website 14 July 2004 (incl info from Edward G Miner Library web-site re box of corres between CGS and George Libman Engel); Yale School Pub Hlth Spring 2004; ShepsCenter website Spring 2004; Newsletter of Can Hlth Services Research Fdn v7(1) Spring 2004; WFP 29 Apr 2000 (brother) (5pp)

  2. Cecil G. Sheps Memorial Volume ed DL Madison (13 articles on CGS; corres) (1-77pp book+2pp)

  3. 5 x 7 card copy (2pp)

  4. CV 1993; list of publications 1993; list of published books 1988 (18pp)

  5. DSc(Man)(hon) 1985; incl notice of seminar, reception; letter from DJ Klass re meeting with faculty members; his convocation address UMMJ 55, 1985; (6pp)

  6. Biography of CGS as Taylor Grandy Distinguished Prof Emeritus of Social Medcine and Prof Epidemiology, Emeritus at U North Carolina at chapel Hill HSRC 9/11/89 (1p)

  7. Announcement of Sedgewick Medal, and naming of Cecil G Sheps Health Research Center, Man Med v61(3) 1991 (3pp)

  8. Pamphlet on the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill (1 folder)

  9. Announcement from Chapel Hill of his appt as Taylor Grandy Distinguished Professor (2pp)

  10. Corres re CGS' books; of letters between CGS and Med Library re books; incl cover of The Sick Citadel (also review Alumni J, Autumn 1985); incl list of CGs' books and MC Sheps' books 1984-1990 (14pp)

  11. Letter Gee/Gemmell referring to Dr. Sheps as “better informed in this than any other man in the US” (1p)

  12. Signed reprint: “A health survey of rural Manitoba youth” Canad Pub Health J July 1941 (1-7pp booklet)

  13. Signed reprint: “Health regions; essential initial step in Sask health program” Can Hosp Sept 1946 (1p)

  14. “A health survey of rural Manitoba youth” with foreward by Minister of Health, Mb, typescript (different from item 11) (24pp)

  15. Corres: Anthonisen/Sheps re Doupe lecture in 1995 (Dr. Sheps became ill and could not come) (4pp)

  16. Appt to Board of Regents of Nat’l Library of Medicine UMMJ 48:49 1978 (1p)

  17. Interview by SP Strickland (from Internet nd) (5pp)

  18. Cecil G. Sheps visiting scholar fund U Carolina News Release Mar 2, 2004 (3pp)

  19. Cecil G. Sheps post-doctoral and pre-doctoral program Harvard School Pub Hlth website nd (2pp)

  20. Assoc Teacher Prev Med Duncan Award to Cecil Sheps 1988 (MISSING Oct 2011)
    See also:
    -book(s) in Manitoba Authors’ Collection in NJM
    Note:
    -married to Mindel Cherniack MD(Man)(1936)
    -Taylor Grandy Distinguished Professor, U North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    -Vice-chancellor for Health Sciences UNC-CH 1971-1977
    -Miles Award or Scientific Achievement from Can Public Health Assn
    -DSc (Manitoba) 1985
    -DSc (Chicago Medical School) (Hon)
    -his brothers and sister: Jack MD(Man) 1939; Lucille MD(Man)1945; Sheldon MD1954(Man)
    -his nephew (son of Jack) David MD

MPC 1.0 #61 A-B

Sheps, Cecil George

Sigurdson, Larus Arthur

The Larus Arthur Sigurdson file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: probably WFP cJan 10 1986; CMAJ 134:662 1986; UMMJ 56:35 1986; (last 2 on same page as item 1. (1p)

  2. 5 x 7 faculty card (1p)

  3. Faculty questionnaire 1933 (1p)

  4. Clipping from Mitchell, R Manitoba Anatomists Canad J Surg 11: 11 1968 (1p)

  5. Sigurdson, LA “Junior Interne" [sad memory as a resident from 50 years earlier]” UMMJ 48: 52-53 1978 (2pp)

  6. Sample of one of his columns for the WFP c1970’s (1p)

  7. Sigurdson, LA “Mercy flight” The Icelandic Canadian v30(4):15-17 1972 (2pp)

  8. Title page of “A Proposed Classification for Uterine and Vaginal Anomalies" by Monie and LAS reprinted from Am J Obstet Gynec 59: 696-98 1950; signed by both men (1p)

  9. Staff record - restricted access (10pp)

In general photograph file: MPC 3.4 #7, #57, #111, 4.4 #22

Sigurdson, Larus Arthur

Simons, Frances Estelle Reed

The Frances Estelle Reed Simons file contains the following material:

  1. CV 2004 (1p)

  2. CMA Medal of Service Award WFP 14 Aug 1999; Bull 33 #21, 2000; CMA website with biographical notes (5pp)

  3. Children's Hospital Research Foundation (Bruce Chown) Professorship CHRF Foundation Focus v18(3):3, Winter 1990 (1p)

  4. Research Chair in Pediatric Allergy and Asthma announcement; Chair held by FERS (1p)

  5. Co-edited Middleton's Allergy Principles and Practice Man Med c2004 (1p)

  6. Elected 62nd President of Amer Acad of Allergy, Asthma and Ummunology (AAAAI) Man Med Spring/Summer 2005; On Manitoba Aug 2005; AAAAI News Release 22 Mar 2005; UM Annual Report 2005-2006 (6pp)

  7. Scientific Achievement Award from World Allergy Organization Bull v41(16) 10 Jan 2008; Man Med Spring 2008; On Manitoba Apr 2008 (3pp)

  8. AAAAI Distinguished Service Award On Manitoba Aug 2009 (1p)

  9. Biog. "Who's who in Healthcare Dr. Estelle Simons Can Healthcare Manager Oct 2001 (1p)

  10. News items:
    -“Rare breed; expert in pediatric allergies puts city on the map” WFP Mar 14, 1993 (10(pp1-2))
    -“Action needed to guard against anaphylaxis...” WFP 23 Dec 1998 (10(pp3-4))
    -“Test for mosquito-bite allergies draws interest around the world” WFP 19 Jun 1999 (10(p5))
    -“Skeeter bites hardest on young, immigrants” WFP 29 June 2002 (10(p6))
    -"Key to survival is prompt first-aid treatment; FER lecture "Death by Allergy Bull v37(16) 15 Jan 2004 (10(p7))
    -“Merck Frosst funds allergy, asthma studies WFP 27 Jan 2005 (10(p8)
    -Dr. Estelle Simons: Allegy and Immunology Research MICH Spec Ed Fall 2007 (10(p9))
    -UM research raises issues about safety of epinephrine auto-injectors OnManitoba Aug 2009 (10(p10))

  11. Lifetime achievement award note with picture UM Annual Report 1999-2000 (1p) (MISSING Oct 2011)
    See also:
    -file 17.3.5a/b MMA Award winners’ files for biography
    Note:
    -Bruce Chown Professorship 1990

MPC 1.0 #692 A-C; MPC 2.0 #086

Simons, Frances Estelle Reed

Snidal, Daniel Peter

The Daniel Peter Snidal file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: WFP Apr 22, 1998; Starlight Summer 1998, Echo 9(2) June 1999; Memorial service pamphlet, April 24, 1998; Naimark, A: “In memory of Daniel Snidal” eulogy given at Memorial service 24 Apr 1998; G&M 24 Apr 1998 (MISSING DEC 2011); WFP 15 Aug 2007 (wife) (8pp)

  2. CV 1977, 1988; list of positions & titles etc.; faculty card; Council on Med Ed - Information sheet, 1971; short biog Sigurjon Jonsson Snidal (10pp)

  3. Photocopy from CMAJ 11 Jan 1984:193 with notes on his radio show “Ask the Doctor”; Bull v12(8) 8 Feb 1978 (3pp)

  4. Invitation and info on the Deer Lodge gold tournament honouring Dr. Dan Snidal incl note on this from Man Med 63: 152 1993 (3pp)

  5. Letters re his work with Manitoba Heart Fdn, Can Med Assoc, Med Council Canada incl 1987 Annual Report as president of CMA (7pp)

  6. Article re his brother MJ Snidal "Association plans dental review board Wpg Tribune 22 Jan 1972 (1p)

  7. Interview with DPS re admissions to faculty in 1982 prob WFP cAug 1982 (1p)

  8. Corres etc re his work for the Faculty of Medicine 1967-1993 (14pp)

  9. Corres re his Fellowship in Medicine 1956-588, 1972 (4pp)

  10. Appt as Provincial Surgeon in the St. John's Ambulance and corres (4pp)

  11. Corres re his work and appts with the military incl.: CV re military work 1988; WFP photo 20 Nov 1970; corres re positions as: Int Med Consultant to Cdn Forces Med Council; as Honorary Pysician to the Queen; as Hon Lieut-Col 17th (Winnipeg) Med Company; re CFMS inscription on The Queen Elizabeth Gates in Hyde Park, London; also incl extract of Dress Instructions for Cdn Army (25pp)

  12. Paper by DPS: The Rise and Fall of the Canadian Forces Medical Services as Viewed by the Defence Medical Association" (6pp)

  13. Outreach awards: from the UM for his work in Continuing Medical Education, public education on health, and health services to the armed forces Bull v14(23) 19 Mar 1980; MMA Administrative Award Bull v31(2) 8 May 1997 (1p)

  14. Staff record - restricted access (49pp)
    See also:
    -File 17.3.5a/b MMA Award winners files for biography
    MPC 1.0 #203 A-F
    MPC 4.3 #82-84

Snidal, Daniel Peter

Stewart, David Bradshaw

The David Bradshaw Stewart file contains the following material:

  1. Obit.: WFP 29 Nov 2006; CMAJ v176(5):727, 27 Feb 2007 (2pp)

  2. Previous catalogue sheet (1p)

  3. Copy of 5 x 7 faculty card (1p)

  4. Photocopy “Dr. David Bradshaw Stewart” MMR 38: 455 1958

  5. Clippings: (3pp)
    -“1,000 doctors on hand for medical anniversary" [75th MMC] Wpg Tribune 6 Oct 1958
    -“Foot-loose city doctor likes his Jamaica post” Wpg Tribune 9 Oct, 1958
    -“Doctor calls for closer ties with West Indies” WFP 8 Oct 1958

  6. Letter from Stewart to LG Bell November 1969 (1p)

  7. CV 1992 (7pp)

  8. Corres CS Houston & DBS 1996 Incl mention of C & M Sheps, J Gemmell, DBS’ part in the making of U of West Indies, time at Brandon U; (6pp)

  9. Book titles (4pp)

  10. Corres DBS and A Kerr, mainly on Gosse's Jamaica by DBS (9pp)

  11. "Abortions" reprint 1st page only, MMR Nov 1941 211-212 (1p)

  12. "Vital Consequences" re experiences at the United Church hospital at Vita in the 1930's (11pp)

  13. Corres with DB Stewart re the Collected papers of DA Stewart incl evaluation for tax purposes (13pp)

  14. Articles re closer ties to Univ of West Indies Wpg Tribune 9 Oct 1958; WFP 8 Oct 1958; (1p)

  15. Letter to John [Gemmell?] re MMC centennial program (3pp)

  16. “Development of a new medical school in the tropics” MMR (1959) 38:267-281 (1st p only) (1p)

  17. DBS’s winning the Physiological Research Prize and medal CMAJ v43(2) 1940 (2pp)

  18. Corres Stewart/Kerr re gift of books (7pp)

  19. Copy of letter (Stewart/Bell) re develop of Ob/Gyn 1961 (original in 1.4.1 Ob/Gyn) (1p)

  20. “David Stewart’s life rooted in Ninette” Brandon Sun 10 Jun 1978; "Ninette complex a reminder of TB scourge"; "If it takes a miracle, no problem" both WFP 12 June 2005 (copies & originals) (6pp)

  21. Corres DBS and AM Kerr 2003, 2005 (3pp)

  22. Paper and reprints: (41pp)
    -Doctors and Literature, typescript, talk c1962 (pp1-23)
    -"Effects of orally-administered ethanol on mammary gland morphology and functional efficiency in lactating rats Exp Path v25:205-213, 1984 (pp24-28)
    -"The pelvis as a passageway: I. Evolution and adaptations" Brit Jour of Obs & Gyn v91:611-617, July 1984 (pp29-32)
    -"The pelvis as a passageway. II. The modern human pelvis" Brit Jour of Obs & Gyn v91:618-623, July 1984 (pp33-36)

    • "Medical History, James Maxwell (1795-1862), A Good Scottish-Jamaican Doctor" WI Med Jour v43:112-116, 1994; incl corres DBS, CS Houston; (pp37-41)
  23. Sheet giving details of three publications: one on Manitoba Sanatorium at Ninette, one on Obs-Gyn in the Tropics and developing countries, one on Gosse's Jamaica, all pub. late 1990s (MISSING Dec 2011)
    See also:
    -correspondence in Collected Papers of DA Stewart in 21.9 DA Stewart
    Note:
    -son of David Alexander Stewart

MPC 1.0 #56 A-C

Stewart, David Bradshaw

Swan, Alexander James

The Alexander James Swan file contains the following material:

  1. Obit MMR Nov 1950; CMAJ v63:524, Nov 1950 (2pp)

  2. Copy of student card (1p)
    Notes:
    -Alexander James & Robert Rennie are brothers
    -Robert Stephen & John Andrew Campbell are nephews of Alexander James

Swan, Alexander James

Thompson, Arthur Septimus

The Arthur Septimus Thompson file contains the following material:

  1. Obits: G&M Mar 7, 1944; Tribune Mar 7, 1944, Havelock Standard Mar 9 1944 (2pp)

  2. Student card showing that he won Boyle and Isbister Scholarship and Lafferty Medal (1p)

  3. Photocopy of Death card noting funeral services held Mar 7, 1944 at Knox Presbyterian and internment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto.(1p)

  4. Corres Olive & David Thompson/A Kerr 1998-1999 re donation of surgical instruments and books; incl documentation re AST's instrument case. (15pp)

  5. Pictures of medal of service in the Northwest Rebellion (MPC 1.0 #207 G,H and J) (3 photos)

  6. Office sign: “The Doctor is in. Please be seated” on one side and “The doctor is out. Will return by” with a clock face with hands on the other side (1 sign)
    See also:
    -His surgical instruments

MPC 1.0 A-J (pictures of him from 8 to 83 years old)

Thompson, Arthur Septimus

Thorlakson, Paul Henrik Thorbjorn

The Paul Henrik Thorbjorn Thorlakson files contain the following materials:
Folder 1

  1. Obit: WFP Oct 1989; unknown paper May 1987 (wife); memoriams: MMA Inter-Com v152 27 Nov 1989; HSC Chronicle v2(10) Nov 1989; UWinnipeg Alumni Jour Spring v5(2) 1990 (5pp)

  2. Published pictures from Prairie Med J ; Guide to the PHT Papers, Downtowner (3pp)

  3. Faculty questionnaire with accompanying signed letter 1928 and copy of 5 x 7 faculty card (4pp)

  4. Announcement of his appointment to Head of Surgery WFP 3 Sep, Tribune 2 Sep 1946 with photocopy of letter of congratulations from U ot T Banting Institute “Bill”(ie William Boyd) (3pp)

  5. Copy of letter of HSC resignation 1968 & WFP article on retirement as surgeon-in-chief 1956. (2pp)

  6. Photocopy of photograph and dedication WCQ 18: 67, Sept 1965 (2pp)

  7. Biog material: RB Mitchell’s (unpublished chapter 6 of book) “Professor of Surgery”; R Bennett’ “Biography of P.H.T. Thorlakson” from Guide to the PHTT Papers; “Dr Thorlakson, Grand old man of medicine”Wpg Tribune 4 Apr 1970; Eggertson, AG: “A tribute to PHT Thorlakson” talk at Icelandic dinner 1953; PHTT biog info 13 May 1959; Canadian Who's Who 1955-57; excerpt on PHTT: John Grierson & the NFB p109; (18pp)

  8. Interviews/anecdotes - autobiographical - copies: McManus, J: “Dr. Thor’s vision grows” WFP 26 Nov 1983; Harlem, OK: “Paul HT Thorlakson, MD”; “Interview with Mr. Cooper 13 May 1983”; “Dr. Paul HT Thorlakson-Anecdotes” 5 Nov 1979; Thorlakson, PHT: “Remarks at a testimonial Dinner for Dr. Bardal at Shoal Lake 23 May 1970”; Dr. Banting’s advice to PHHT: Banting, A Biography by M Bliss; (28pp)

  9. Items on Chancellorship of UWpg: interview with D. Haglund 1977; “Dr. Thorlakson’s Chancellorship”, 1980; WFP 10 Feb 1969; MMR v49(3) Mar 1969; UM Alum J v35(2) Winter 1975; WFP 10 Dec 1977; Invitation/dinner menu 1980 in honour of PHTT (1 card+20pp)

  10. Wpg Clinic Dinner in honour of PHTT incl: speeches by by CHA Walton and PHTT 1970; Presentation of PHT bust (bust by Leo Mol) no source but possibly WCQ (29pp)

  11. Honours and awards:
    -CMA medal: MMA Inter-Com No.150; 25 Sep 1989, HSC Chronicle Aug 1989; (2pp)
    -Citizens Hall of Fame: Real Estate News 8 June 1990 & 28 Sept 1990, Man Med v63(1) 1993; (4pp)
    -Hon Fellow Internat'l College of Surgeons, 1968 Med Post 19 Nov 1968, WFP 12 Oct 1968, Wpg Tribune 12 Oct 1968, MMR v48(10) Dec 1968; (3pp)
    -Icelandic Order of the Falcon: unknown newspaper 30 Apr 1953; CMAJ v42(3) Mar 1940; (3pp)
    -Scholarship in PHT's name at U of W: invitation; speech by A Rogers (2pp)
    -MMA Distinguished Service Award; LLB(Hon) U of W no sources (1p)
    -Wpg Clinic Research Inst renamed Paul HT Thorlakson Research Foundation Trib 19 May 1978; WFP 19 May 1978 (1p)
    -Order of Canada, Companion gg website (1p)

  12. 3 generations photo of PHTT, son and grandson WFP 2 Apr 1968 (1p)

  13. Honorary Life Membership: Winnipeg Medical Society, remarks by LG Bell (9pp)

  14. Short biographies of PHTT: prob WCQ nd; CC Ferguson’s One hundred years of surgery; TAJ Cunnings' The Saga of Doctor Thor: Paul HT Thorlakson CC MD: WFP 3 Oct 1987; UM Press release, foreward, dust cover; millenium book: Dr Paul HT Thorlakson, Surgeon, Benefactor, Visionary invitation to launch; UM Bull 22 June 2000, UM Annual Report to Donors 2000; “Dr. Thor’s vision still grows” WFP 26 Nov 1983(13pp)

  15. Paul H.T. Thorlakson Building: “The Proposed Manitoba Medical Centre” speech by PHTT 11 Mar 1946 HBSC Dining Room. See notes below); Invitation of P Swerhone and the Hon Pearl McGonigal remarks, PHTT reply at dedication of bldg to PHTT; “Support Services Building dedicated to Dr. Paul H.T. Thorlakson” CentreScope v13(5) Summer 1985 (14pp)

  16. The Inominate Club, brief history of, incl constitution 1925; Surgeons Club, corres 1942-44 (6pp)

  17. Surgical Society of Western Canada: PHTT elected president 1950 Edmonton Journal 21 Feb 1950; WFP 22 Feb 1950 (2pp)

  18. Staff record - restricted access (8pp)
    See also:
    -Guide to the Dr. Paul H.T. Thorlakson Papers in NJM Ref WZ100 T494T494g 1994
    -Transcript of interviews with Dr. C.G. Roland Manitoba Authors’ Collection
    -Cunning The saga of Dr. Thor 1987 in NJM Library
    -file 2.24.1 his Report for the Department of Surgery 1946
    -file 12.1.17 Thorlakson Fund
    -file 14.3.1- 17.3.5 Manitoba Medical Centre historical files
    -file 14.3.0 for recap of planning for the Man Med Centre
    -file 17.1.8 and .9 Winnipeg Clinic Research Institute
    -file 17.4.1 International Congress on Group Medicine, 1st, Wpg 1970
    -file 19.2.1 (1) Government proposals on health, medical education and manpower
    -List of Publications and reprints listing held in Archives at Dafoe Library, Fort Garry (list held at F.G.)
    Note:
    -Chief Hunter of the Order of the Buffalo Hunt, 1980
    -Companion, Order of Canada 1970
    -DSc(Hon) (Brandon) 1970
    -Fellowship, American College of Hospital Administrators (Hon) 1972
    -Canadian Silver Jubilee Medal 1977
    -LLD(Hon) (Winnipeg) 1979
    Folder 2

  19. Bibliography of presentations and reprints prepared by Edith Banks [his secretary] (34pp)

  20. Copies of speeches, writing, corres: (39pp)

    • “Communication to the Faculty of Medicine” Apr 30, 1945 (pp2(1-9))
    • Talk on Research and the Medical School May 29th, 1945 (pp2(10-14))
    • Talk to the incoming group of internes, WGH July 1945 (pp2(15-19))
    • “Medical education reconsidered” Wpg Clin Weekly Bull 1966 (pp2(20-22))
    • “Medical education” Nov 28, 1966 (pp2(23-26))
    • Introduction of speaker, Dr. LG Bell, at the Joseph Doupe Memorial Symposium luncheon (pp2(27-29))
    • Address by PHTT to Cancer Chemotherapy Symposium, Montreal 22 June 1967 (pp2(30-35))
    • Letter to JP Gemmell re memories of Joseph Doupe, particularly with regard to research; also incl AT Mathers' attitudes re research 22 Feb 1973 (pp2(36-39))
  21. Corres Kerr/Roland re transcript of his interviews with PHTT (3pp)

  22. Title page & list of contents of Guide to the Dr. Paul H.T. Thorlakson Papers (NJM Ref WZ100…); incl article re papers Bull v21(8) 10 Dec 1986 (3pp)

  23. “Dr. P.H.T. Thorlakson and the Medical Record” (work in progress) by ZS Gawron (16pp)

  24. “Thorlakson Collection” list by ZS Gawron, UM Archives and Special Collections, Fort Garry. This list contains "Items xeroxed or duplicates removed and incorporated into the Faculty of Medicine Archives." - in pencil: "First Version. later revised" (10pp)

MPC 1.0 #208 A-G

Thorlakson, Paul Henrik Thorbjorn

Thurlbeck, William Michael

The William Michael Thurlbeck file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: copy (UBC) Pathology News Apr 1997; WFP 29 May 1977 (2pp)

  2. Announcement of his appointment as Head of Pathology UM Bull v9(25) 25 June 1975; UMMJ 45:61 1975 (2pp)

  3. College Medallist of the Am Coll Chest Phys Centroscope Aug 1976; UMMJ 46:55 1976 (2pp)

  4. Photocopy - picture from Wpg Tribune 11 August 1979 (on same page as item 2(2))

  5. CV 1974 (6pp)

  6. “Canadian contributions to pulmonary anatomy and pathology” by JC Hogg; also “Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease” - both Can Respir J v14(7), 7 October 2007 (5pp)

  7. Staff record - restricted access (3pp)

MPC 1.0 #334 A,B

Thurlbeck, William Michael

Tisdale, Paul Kinley

The Paul Kinley Tisdale file contains the following material:

0 Obit: WFP Mar 2, 1998 (1p)

  1. Faculty questionnaire 1947 (1p)

  2. Copy of student card (1p)

  3. Staff forms - promotion to Lecturer 1948 and resignation 1975 (2pp)

  4. Reunion form nd (1p)

  5. Entry in Pioneers of Cardiology in Canada: 1820-1970 HN Segall 1988 (MISSING Jan 2012)
    Note:
    -Walter Felix and John Ephraim are brothers
    -Paul Kinley is John's son
    MPC (UnivMan Track Champions 1905);3.2 #064; Grad Class 1938); 3.2 #028; (Rugby Interfaculty Champions 1936); 4.2#015; (Can Army Med Corps officers c1944)

Tisdale, Paul Kinley

Trueman, Kenneth Rankine

The Kenneth Rankin Trueman file contains the following material:

  1. Obit: WFP 23 Dec 1977; CMAJ v118:563, 9 Dec 1978 (2pp)

  2. Faculty questionnaire (1p)

  3. “Posthumous Honour” copy of announcement of MMA’s Distinguished Service Award. UMMJ v48(1) 50 1978 (1p)

  4. Invitation to a reception to announce of the establishment of scholarship in his honour at the Univ of Winnipeg by Dr Arnold Rogers 3 May 1989 with Dr Rogers tribute on that occasion. (3pp)

  5. Bibliography (may not be complete) (1p)

  6. “Our President” MMR 41: 606 1961 and 45: 487 1965 (2pp)

  7. Reprints: (14pp)
    -"Government and Medicine WCQ V21(1) Spring 1968 (pp1-10 dbl sides)
    -"Government in Medicine" MMR Oct 1964 (pp11-14 dbl sides)

  8. Staff record - restricted access (6pp)

MPC 1.0 #211

Trueman, Kenneth Rankine

Tucker, Frederick Robert

The Frederick Robert Tucker file contains the following material:

  1. Obit: ?WFP ?26 Jan 1978; CMAJ v118:1164, 6 May 1978 (3pp)

  2. CV c1970 (3pp)

  3. Copy of 5 x 7 faculty card (1p)

  4. “New artificial foot unveiled” [Tucker-Syme prosthesis] no source & no date (1p)

  5. “Orthopedics chief appointed for Children’s Hospital” WFP 4 June 1960 (1p)

  6. "Unit gets Medical Director Opens Prosthetic Workshop" SBM News Bulletin Oct 1963 (1p)

  7. Staff record - restricted access (24pp)
    Note:
    -Chown Gold Medal 1936

Tucker, Frederick Robert

Unruh, Helmut

The Helmut Unruh file contains the following material:

  1. “First lung transplant in Manitoba” HSC Foundation Newsletter Breakthrough Spring 1994; both sides - 2 articles; (1p)

  2. "Baptism under fire" 2nd lung transplant WFP 15 Mar 1964 p.B3 (1p)

  3. "Anatomy of lung transplant" re the transplant team WFP 20 Mar 1994 (2pp)

  4. "Patients' faith inspires MD" re HU WFP 20 March 1994 (1p)

  5. MMA Scholastic Award Winner: WFP 28 Apr 1996; Bull v30(6) 2 May 1996; (2pp)

  6. “Lung Transplants? In Winnipeg?” HSC Fdn Newsletter Dec 1999 (1-4pp newsletter)

  7. "The Manitoba Lung Transplant Program" HSC Fdn Mar 2004 (1p)

  8. Transplant Manitoba at the Centre" HSC Focus 20 Mar 2009 (1p)

  9. Appt as Faculty Lead, UGME Accreditation (1p)
    See also:
    -17.3.5a/b MMA Award winners files for biography

Unruh, Helmut

Vaisrub, Samuel

The Samuel Vaisrub file contains the following material:

  1. Obits: WFP (prob) cNov 1980; “In Memoriam” by WR Barclay JAMA 245:70 2 Jan 1981; "Vaisrub: good language with a light touch" UMMJ v53(1):14-15, 1983; 3 editorials by Alan Blum (originally from CMAJ 127:307-08 1982, Arch Intern Med 142:449-50, 1982, and Chest 81(2) 134-5, 1982) reprinted in UMMJ v51:14-18, 1983 (5pp)

  2. Copy of 5 x 7 catalogue card (1p)

  3. "Diagnosis at Dusk (A Story of Suspense) UMMJ v36(1):1-12 Oct 1964 (2pp)

  4. "A Look Backwards" by (PW), on SV's leaving to become an editor of JAMA, MMR v45:657, Dec 1965; another on same occasion: "...In recognition Dr. Samuel Vaisrub" by SDR MMR v45(9):589 (2pp)

  5. Title page of SV's book Medicine's Metaphors: messages and menaces 1977; incl references to reviews in JAMA 1 Aug 1977 and the BMJ 12 Nov 1977:1272 (1p)

  6. "Vaisrub: good language with a light touch" by Alan Blum CMAJ v127:307-308 15 Aug 1982 (2pp)

  7. Letter from Charles Roland to Stuart Houston re Vaisrub also cites missing page no 1075 re SV from JAMA v245, 2 Jan 1982 p1075 (1p)

  8. Staff record - restricted access (6pp)

Vaisrub, Samuel

Wadge, Herbert William

The Herbert William Wadge file contains the following material:

  1. Obit: CMAJ 71: 18 August 1954 (1p)

  2. Copy of title page of “Should a Christian fight…” (1p)

  3. Offprint of Presidential address to Wpg Med Soc 21 May 1926 “Some problems of the profession” (1-16pp booklet)

  4. Copy of 5 x 7 card (1p)

  5. Notice of award of Bar added to Military Cross CMAJ v9(3):279 1919 (1p)
    See also:
    -book(s) in Manitoba Authors’ Collection in NJM

Wadge, Herbert William

Waldon, Harold Vincent

The Harold Vincent Waldon file contains the following material:

  1. Obits: program of memorial service 26 Aug 1976; CMAJ v71;182 1954 (2pp)

  2. Letter 1995 from Bob Waldon to I Carr re HVW with itemized biography (4pp)

  3. Press Release by Bob Waldon 16 Sept 1983 incl B Waldon card (2pp+1 card)

  4. Letter to Gilchrist with “Commentary on the life . . .from a forthcoming biography by Bob Waldon” and photocopy of pictures (9pp)

  5. “A tribute to Dr. Waldon” under Stuartburn News in The Carillon 19 Dec 1973 (1p)

  6. “Thirty years a missionary doctor” by G. Wright Wpg Tribune 19 My 1947 (2pp)

  7. “This country doctor is happy” by HD Smith Family Herald & Weekly Star 23 Nov 1949 (1p)

  8. Note on Tribute in Vita UMMJ (1947) 27:371 & (1958) p125 (2pp)

  9. Title page of “Disaster at Vita” copy of pamphlet on tornado 1955 (13p)

  10. Transcript of interview with Mrs. Willard Waldon by E. Beasley 25 Oct 1991 (2pp)

  11. Notes on conversation with DB Stewart - I Carr Oct 31 1992 (3pp)

  12. “Vital consequences” unpublished paper by DB Stewart (11pp)

  13. JR Mitchell: Vita General Hospital UMMJ (1940) 12: 40-45 (6pp)

Waldon, Harold Vincent

Walsh, Frank Burton

The Frank Burton Walsh file contains the following material:

  1. Obit: UMMJ 49(2):108 1979; Hopkins Medical News 3(6):13, 1979; Trans Amer Ophth Soc v77, 1979:10-11; ASCRS Awards website (4pp)

  2. Previous catalogue page (1p)

  3. Reprint from A Tale that is Told, Estevan 1890 – 1980, biographical excerpts on FBW (11pp)

  4. List of his books in Manitoba Authors (1p)

  5. DSc(Hon): Biog summary for 1958 convocation; The Manitoban 15 Oct 1958; WFP 6 Oct 1958 & 11 Oct 1958; Wpg Trib 6 Oct 1958; Report of FBW's Convocation Address WFP 11 Oct 1958 (6pp)

  6. “A personal sketch of Frank Burton Walsh” by TO Coston Surv Ophthalmol 28(1):50-54,1983 (5pp)

  7. Picture and short bio from MMR 38(7) 456 Sept 1958 (1p)

  8. Corres AM Kerr to FBW Walsh thanking for signed copy of new ed of Neurophthamology (1p)

  9. Marriage to Josie Morgan in the WGH Generator 23 Jan 1959 (1p)

  10. Dr D Nicholson’s introduction of Dr. Walsh to the Man Medical Assoc 9 Oct 1952 plus announcement of FBW's lecture to MMA, typescripts (3pp)

  11. AT Mathers letter to Dr Walsh congratulating him on first edition of his book (1p)

  12. Note on FBW from Fac of Medicine and MMCF Newsletter Feb, 1997 (1p)

  13. The Frank B Walsh Collection in the Personal Papers Collection of Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions - collection summary and brief biog (3pp)

  14. Frank B. Walsh Professorship in Neuro-Ophthalmology. est. 1981 by James P Gills & other former residents & faculty of the Wilmer Eye Institute in memory of FBW (2pp)

  15. “Remark made on acceptance of the Proctor Medal Award, June 1966”; incl Publications list. Invest Ophth & Vis Sci 5(5):428, 1966 (5pp)

  16. Brief biog from http://www.iris-ward.com/_HTM/MEIS/W/1583-MEIS.htm (1p)

  17. List of biog of FBW from http://www.medicalarchives.jhki.edu/biblio/Walsh%20Frank%20Burton.html (1p)
    See also
    -books in Manitoba Authors’ Collection in NJM

MPC 1.0 #39 A-C

Walsh. Frank Burton

Walton, Frederick A'Court

The Frederick A’Court Walton file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: CMAJ v148(4):632 15 Feb 1993 (1p)

  2. Copies of student and faculty cards 2pp

  3. 1933 Faculty questionnaire (1p)

  4. Letter to Marion Ferguson undated but c1982-1983
    Notes:
    -Frederick AC is the father of Charles HA and Frederick A
    -Charles HA and Frederick A are brothers

MPC3.2#060(Grad class 1933); 2.0#110(Students, Ninette1929)

Walton, Frederick A’Court

Wilson, Fred C

The Fred C Wilson file contains the following material:
Folder 1:
Handwritten notebooks from lectures at MMC:
-Bk 1-Surgery II (final year medicine) Prof Jas McKenty; begins 1916, a few pages blank (236pp)
-Bk 2 - Otology/Ophthalmology; begins 8 May 1916, some pages blank (incl 14 loose pages at end of book - numbered 125-138) (138pp)
-Bk 3 - Obstetrics 1916, V Year Summer course 1916,some pages blank (Bk 3 incl 38 loose pages at end of book - numbered 125-162) (162pp)
-Bk 4 - Obstetrics nd but appears to be a continuation of Bk 3; pages at back blank (120pp)
Folder 2:
Handwritten notebooks from lectures at MMC:
-Bk 5 - Materia Medica 1912-13 (some blank pages) (217pp)
-Bk 6 - Physiology 2nd year 1913-14 (98pp)
-Bk 7 - Medicine 1915-16 (B7 incl 1 loose page at end of book - numbered 197 (197pp)

Wilson, Fred C

Worobetz, Stephen

The Stephen Worobetz file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: Globe & Mail 17 Feb 2006; Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, 4 Feb 2006; Canora Courier 8 Feb 2006; www.gov.sk.ca 3 Feb 2006; Montreal Gazette 5 Feb 2006; www.ucc.sk.ca 4 Feb 2006; Sask Star-Phoenix 8/9 June 2005 (wife) (9pp)

  2. Order of Canada, 1993. from www.gg.ca (1p)

  3. Saskatchewan Order of Merit, 1999: from www.gr.gov.sk.ca; Sask Govt News Release 29 Sept 1999 (3pp)

  4. LLD., U Saskatchewan, 28 Sept 1984. www.usask.ca/archives (1p)

  5. Biographical note of Distinguished Graduates, University of Manitoba. www.umanitoba.ca (1p)

  6. Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Worobetz (1p)

  7. St Thomas More College, USask, Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage (PCUH); www.usask.ca, and www.stmcollege.ca releases (2pp)

  8. Nation Builders Award, Ukrainian Canadian Congress, 1995. www.ucc.sk.ca incl short biog (3pp)

  9. Worobetz Legacy Supports Sisters. Cornerstone Spring 2003 v3(1) (2pp)

  10. Dr. Stephen Worobetz, an interview by C Sorba (1p)

  11. SW appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan; source unknown (1p)

  12. Biog from program of the 113th AGM of the CMA, 16 Sept 1980 (1p)

  13. Military Cross notice from Lond Gazette 24 May 1945 (1p)

  14. Knight of Grand Priory of St John of Jerusalem notice Lond Gazette 23 June 1970 (1p)

  15. Biog by S. Broad from http://esask.uregina.ca/tmc_cms/modules/customcode/includes/print... (missing Jan 2012) (1p)
    Note:
    -Order of Canada 1993
    -Saskatchewan Order of Merit 1999
    -LLD - University of Saskatchewan 1984
    -Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan 1970-76

Worobetz, Stephen

Younes, Magdy

The Magdy Younes file contains the following material:

  1. "MD designs new ventilator to ease battle to breathe" WFP Apr 8, 1991 (1p)

  2. "Respirator licensing agreement signed" UM Bulletin 25(9):5, 26 Sept 1991 (1p)

  3. "Helping patients breathe" Univ Affairs v33(4) Apr, 1992 (1p)

  4. "Patients receive the Breath of Life" Novum Winter ‘94 (1p)

  5. "Invention a breath of fresh air" WFP 12 Sept, 1995 (1p)

  6. "U of M reaps dividends licensing inventions" WFP 12 Sept, 1995 (1p)

  7. Picture and short article re proportional assist ventilator UM Ann Report 1995-6 (2pp)

  8. Distinguished Professor emeritus: UM Bull May 20/99; Convocation booklet, 2005 (2pp)

  9. “Invention supplies breath of life” WFP 30 Sept 2005 (1p)
    See also:
    -file 10.2.5(6) for photograph in Action Profile
    MPC 1.0 #279 A-B (B=#7 below)

Younes, Magdy

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