Duke Medical Center Archives
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Galen Wagner and Robin Anderson at computer

Galen S. Wagner Papers
Posted On: June 11, 2018 by Rebecca Williams

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the Galen S. Wagner Papers are processed and open for research. The collection documents Wagner’s career as a cardiologist at DUMC. Wagner was the director of the Duke Cardiac Care Unit (CCU) from 1968 to 1981 and was involved with the Myocardial Infarction Research Unit, Duke Cardiology Fellows Program, and Duke University Cardiovascular Society. Materials in the collection date from 1964 to 2008. 

During his career at Duke Wagner was instrumental in developing the Duke Cardiovascular Databank. Wagner’s mentor, Dr. Eugene Stead (pictured to the right), began the project in the mid-1960s when he saw the great potential computers offered the...

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J Leonard Goldner Papers
Posted On: March 27, 2018 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the J. Leonard Goldner Papers are processed and open for research. The collection documents the professional career of Goldner at Duke University Medical Center (DUMC). Goldner was a lauded Duke Orthopedic surgeon and professor from 1950 to 1988. Types of materials in this collection include correspondence, reprints, newsletters, clippings, programs, certificates, awards, photographs, audiovisual materials, biographical materials, notes, memorabilia, manuscripts, and artwork. The collection contains materials from 1930 to 2013, although the bulk the collection dates from the beginning of Goldner’s career at Duke to his death in 2008.

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Nick Carter Travel Club Records
Posted On: March 9, 2018 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is pleased to announce that the Nick Carter Travel Club Records are processed and open for research. The F. Bayard Carter Society, better known as the “Nick Carter Travel Club,” is an organization associated with Duke’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The society is named for Duke physician F. Bayard Carter. Carter was professor and chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology from 1931 to 1964. During his tenure, Carter was a beloved mentor to many residents in the department. In 1951, a group of 15 of his former residents organized the... MORE

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Mary Champagne

Mary Thomson Champagne Records
Posted On: February 6, 2018 by Lucy Waldrop

The Archives is happy to announce that the Mary Thomson Champagne Records are processed and available for research. Interested researchers should contact the Medical Center Archivist before use. The collection is organized into the following series: Administrative Records, 1981-2016; Academic Programs and Partnerships, 1979-2016; and Digital Files, 1994-2016. Types of materials in the collections include correspondence, notes, photographs, clippings, newsletters, handbooks, grant applications, reports, charts, speeches, brochures, presentations, meeting minutes, meeting agendas, evaluation forms, curriculum vitae, survey results, and budgets.

Born in 1946, Mary Thomson Champagne received a BSN from San Jose...

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William Longley Papers
Posted On: January 22, 2018 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the William Longley Papers are processed and open for research. The collections documents the professional career of Longley, a professor and researcher in the Anatomy Department at Duke University Medical School from 1968 to 1988. Types of materials include correspondence, photographic materials, reprints, writings, manuscripts, drafts, clippings, printed materials, research notebooks, and grant materials. The collections also includes a small amount of personal correspondence. Materials range in date from 1941 to 1987.

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This is the fourth blog post in a four part series about the Department of Neurosurgery Records and issues archivists confront when accessioning collections. See the following links for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

Researchers use archives to discover information when they...

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Eugenia and Samuel Lambeth Papers
Posted On: December 6, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the Eugenia and Samuel Lambeth Papers are processed and open for research. The collection documents the professional careers of wife and husband Eugenia and Samuel Lambeth, as well as also housing personal materials. Types of materials include correspondence, clippings, programs, certificates, diplomas, army records, reprints, travel souvenirs, x-rays, photographic materials, a scrapbook, artwork, memorabilia, and artifacts. Materials range in date from 1925 to 2000....

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Highland Hospital Records
Posted On: November 29, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the Highland Hospital Records are now open to researchers through a reprocessing project. Highland Hospital, a small, for profit, inpatient mental hospital located in Asheville, North Carolina, was owned and operated by Duke ...

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Stuart M. Sessoms Records
Posted On: November 17, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

Calling all researchers: the Duke University Medical Archives is pleased to announce that the Stuart M. Sessoms Records are processed and open to researchers. This collection is rich with the history of Duke Medical Center during the Civil Rights Era. It illustrates how a large institution in the South adapted to extreme, rapid social changes with grace and dignity. I don’t think you will be disappointed. There are juicy bits. 

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Archival Detective Skills, Part 3
Posted On: November 1, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

This is the third blog post in a four part series about the Department of Neurosurgery Records and issues archivists confront when accessioning collections. See the following links for Part 1, ...

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This is the second blog post in a four part series about the Department of Neurosurgery Records and issues archivists confront when accessioning collections. Select the following links to see Part 1Part 3, and...

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This is the first blog post in a four part series about Duke’s Department of Neurosurgery and issues archivists confront when accessioning collections. Select the following links to see Part 2Part 3, and Part 4.

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Justine Strand de Oliveira Papers
Posted On: August 23, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the Justine Strand de Oliveira Papers are processed and available for research. Interested researchers should contact the Medical Center Archivist before use. The collection is organized into the following series: Correspondence, 1973-2010; Clippings, 1988-2014; Physician Assistant Profession, 1986-2006; Professional Papers, 1979-1981, 1996-2014. The papers contain an academic stole, certificates,...

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Ralph Snyderman (Personal) Papers
Posted On: August 4, 2017 by Lucy Waldrop

The Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that the Ralph Snyderman (Personal) Papers are processed and open for research. The materials in this collection document Snyderman’s professional career at both Duke and Genentech and include manuscript materials, research notes and articles, committee and working group files, presentations and related correspondence, and items from Snyderman’s professional organizations just to name a few. Materials range in date from 1899 to 2006.

Researchers will find the materials organized into the following series: Writings and...

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Congratulations to the Class 2017! This past weekend the Duke University School of Medicine and the Duke University School of Nursing conferred degrees upon this year’s graduating classes. As another academic year comes to a close, we would like to invite you to look back at past graduating classes by checking out digitized copies of The Aesculapian, the Duke University School of Medicine yearbook.

This digital collection consists of 34 volumes that span more than 60 years of DUMC history, from 1950 to 2013. In addition to portraits of medical and nursing students, the yearbooks also feature photographs of faculty and staff, clubs and organizations, events, and campus buildings. Several volumes include essays on notable events or key figures in the medical center’s...

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