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This collection houses a handwritten copy of Course of Lectures on the Theory & Practice of Midwifery given by Thomas Young and collected by John Tennant.
This 248-page ledger book appears to be a nurse's patient record for the Helen Mae Lennon Hospital. Each entry includes the date, the patient's name, treatment instructions or progress, and a doctor's signature. Treatments are varied, but often feature castor oil, soda bicarb, soft diet, bed rest, and hot water bottles. Doctors' signatures include E. F. Lennon, M. L. Boyd, and S. M. Clark.
M. W. Gudger used this ledger to record accounts associated with his medical practice in Lauderdale County, Tennessee between 1867 and 1870. Entries include the patient's name, the date of treatment, the diagnosis, the treatment administered, and the amount of money due.
This book contains notes that Samuel Mainster took on lectures he attended while studying at the University of Maryland in Baltimore.