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Guide to the David C. Sabiston Papers, 1887-2003 (MC.0081)

Abstract

Contains the personal and professional papers of David C. Sabiston Jr. (1924-2009), surgeon and chair of the Department of Surgery at Duke University from 1964 to 1994. Types of materials include memorabilia, scrapbooks, correspondence, research materials, committee materials, manuscript materials, photographs, audiotapes, and robes. Major correspondents include Del Stickel, Donald Silver, J. Leonard Goldner, James F. Glenn, Will Camp Sealy, Samuel A. Wells Jr., and Kenneth Pickrell. Materials range in date from 1887 to 2003, with the bulk starting in 1920.

Descriptive Summary

Call Number
MC.0081
Title
David C. Sabiston Papers
Date
1887-2003
Creator
Sabiston, David C.
Extent
114.8 Linear Feet (70 cartons, 6 flat boxes, 14 slides boxes, 2 card boxes, 1 map folder, 2 manuscript boxes, 1 cassette tape box) 1 oversized folder, 3 artifacts, and 2 robes
Repository
Duke University Medical Center Archives

Collection Overview

This collection contains materials pertaining to the career of David C. Sabiston Jr. as a surgeon, including both his time at Johns Hopkins, from 1957 to 1959, and at Duke University, from 1964 through 2000. Types of materials include personal and professional correspondence, committee minutes, reports, departmental lectures, presentations and talks, budgets, evaluations, administrative documents, planning documents, and notes. Also included are manuscript materials for Sabiston's and Barton F. Haynes' book on the history of Department of Surgery, "At the Heart of Medicine: Essays on the Practice of Surgery and Surgical Education" (2006). Types of audiovisual material contained in the collection include photographs, slides, surgery films, surgery grand round films, and interviews with members of the Department of Surgery. The collection contains digital files stored on floppy disks and diskettes of various sizes, including 8-inch floppy disks. Types of artifacts included in the collection are plaques, gowns, hoods, and robes from Johns Hopkins University and an unknown institution. Major correspondents include Barton F. Haynes, Douglas M. Knight, Terry Sanford, Ralph Snyderman, Barnes Woodhall, James F. Glenn, J. Leonard Goldner, Donald Silver, Delford Stickel, and Alfred Blalock. Materials range in date from 1887 to 2003, with the bulk starting in 1920.

Arrangement Note

Organized into the following series: Department of Surgery Administration Records, 1949-2002; Veterans Affairs Hospital Materials, 1955-1977; Manuscript Materials, 1995-2001; Unprocessed Materials, undated; Professional Organizations and Societies, 1964-1987; Professional Correspondence, 1943-2003; Johns Hopkins University Materials, 1934-1996; Personal Materials (bulk 1939-1943), 1920-1994; Memorabilia and Artifacts, 1938-1999; Alfred Blalock Materials, 1940-1989; Audiovisual Materials, 1952-1997; Photographs and Other Visual Media, 1887-2001, undated; William Stewart Halsted Materials, 1906-2001, undated; Bound Publications, undated.

There is unprocessed material within this collection. Researchers should note that unprocessed material might overlap with/or relate to material found in other processed series. In order to locate all relevant material within this collection, researchers will need to consult each series described in the Series Scope and Contents section.

Restrictions on Access & Use

Some collections are stored off site and must be requested at least 48 business hours in advance for retrieval.

Access Restrictions

This collection may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals or IRB approval may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which Duke University assumes no responsibility.

Contains Medical Center Administrative records. These include records of the officers of the University, as defined in the Bylaws, the deans of schools and colleges, and departments, institutes, and other offices as designated by the President. For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the director of the office of record and the Medical Center Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist. (Issued by the Office of the Chancellor, December 1, 1975).

The Unprocessed materials Series and the Alfred Blalock Series are restricted and can only be accessed with the permission of the Medical Center Archivist.

Boxes 34 and 98 must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Surgery Films Subseries must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Use Restrictions

Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Contents of the Collection

1. Department of Surgery Administration Records, 1949-2002

Series Scope and Contents: Contains correspondence, lecture and presentation materials, reports, meeting minutes, and subject files pertaining to the operation and management of Duke University Department of Surgery, the Veterans Affairs Hospital, and academic programs of the Department of Medicine, including nursing training and education. Major correspondents include Del Stickel, Donald Silver, J. Leonard Goldner, James F. Glen, Will Sealy, Samuel A. Wells Jr., and Kenneth Pickrell. Materials date from 1949 to 2002.

Faculty and Administrator Correspondence, 1949-1978

Georgiade, Nicholas, 1955-1972
Box 1
Glenn, James F., folder 1, 1962-1974
Box 1
Glenn, James F., folder 2, 1962-1974
Box 1
Glenn, James F., folder 3, 1962-1974
Box 1
Glenn, James F., folder 4, 1962-1974
Box 1
Glenn, James F., folder 5, 1962-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 1, 1952-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 2, 1952-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 3, 1952-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 4, 1952-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 5, 1952-1974
Box 1
Goldner, J. Leonard, folder 6, 1952-1974
Box 1
Hart, J. Deryl, 1967-1969
Box 1
Jones, Robert H., 1974-1978
Box 1
Mauney, F. Maxton, folder 1, 1968-1970
Box 1
Mauney, F. Maxton, folder 2, 1968-1970
Box 1
Oldham, H. Newland, folder 1, 1966-1973
Box 2
Oldham, H. Newland, folder 2, 1966-1973
Box 2
Pickrell, Kenneth, folder 1, 1956-1971
Box 2
Pickrell, Kenneth, folder 2, 1956-1971
Box 2
Pickrell, Kenneth, folder 3, 1956-1971
Box 2
Pickrell, Kenneth, folder 4, 1956-1971
Box 2
Sealy, Will Camp, 1949-1974
Box 2
Seigler, Hillard R., folder 1, 1969-1975
Box 2
Seigler, Hillard R., folder 2, 1969-1975
Box 2
Seigler, Hillard R., folder 3, 1969-1975
Box 2
Seigler, Hillard R., folder 4, 1969-1975
Box 2
Silver, Donald, folder 1, 1964-1973
Box 2
Silver, Donald, folder 2, 1964-1973
Box 2
Silver, Donald, folder 3, 1964-1973
Box 2
Silver, Donald, folder 4, 1964-1973
Box 2
Silver, Donald, folder 5, 1964-1973
Box 2
Stickel, Delford, folder 1, 1966-1970
Box 3
Stickel, Delford, folder 2, 1966-1970
Box 3
Stickel, Delford, folder 3, 1966-1970
Box 3
Stickel, Delford, folder 4, 1966-1970
Box 3
Stickel, Delford, folder 5, 1966-1970
Box 3
Stickel, Delford, folder 6, 1966-1970
Box 3
Wechsler, Andrew S., folder 1, 1973-1976
Box 3
Wechsler, Andrew S., folder 2, 1973-1976
Box 3
Wells, Samuel A., folder 1, 1969-1975
Box 3
Wells, Samuel A., folder 2, 1969-1975
Box 3
Wells, Samuel A., folder 3, 1969-1975
Box 3
Wolfe, Walter G., folder 1, 1964-1967
Box 3
Wolfe, Walter G., folder 2, 1964-1967
Box 3

Events and Other Business Correspondence, 1957-1986

Mary and Deryl Hart professorship in surgery, folder 1, 1980-1986
Box 4
Mary and Deryl Hart professorship in surgery, folder 2, 1980-1986
Box 4
Mary and Deryl Hart professorship in surgery, folder 3, 1980-1986
Box 4
Mary and Deryl Hart professorship in surgery, folder 4, 1980-1986
Box 4
Mary and Deryl Hart professorship in surgery, folder 5, 1980-1986
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 1, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 2, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 3, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 4, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 5, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 6, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 7, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 8, 1962-1972
Box 4
J. Deryl Hart lectures, folder 9, 1962-1972
Box 4
Artificial Heart Program, 1967
Box 4
Duke Pre-Medical Society, 1972
Box 4
Duke Symposium: Orofacial Anomalies as Related to Speech Disorders, 1971
Box 4
Nursing procedures and nurse post-graduate courses, 1957-1963
Box 4
Physicians' Assistant Program, 1968-1977
Box 4
Surgery and the New Curriculum, 1964
Box 4
Visiting professor John Vasko, 1969-1971
Box 4

Department of Surgery Administration Meetings, 1966-1992

Department of Surgery meeting, folder 1, 1966-1974
Box 4
Department of Surgery meeting, folder 2, 1966-1974
Box 4
Department of Surgery meeting, folder 3, 1966-1974
Box 4
Department of Surgery meeting, folder 4, 1966-1974
Box 4
Department of Surgery meeting, folder 5, 1966-1974
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 1, 1970-1976
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 2, 1970-1976
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 3, 1970-1976
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 4, 1970-1976
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 5, 1970-1976
Box 4
Division of General and Thoracic Surgery, folder 6, 1970-1976
Box 4
Duke Surgical Council, folder 1, 1976-1992
Box 4
Duke Surgical Council, folder 2, 1976-1992
Box 4
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 1, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 2, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 3, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 4, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 5, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 6, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 7, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 8, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 9, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 10, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 11, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 12, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 13, 1966-1992
Box 5
Executive Committee of the Department of Surgery, folder 14, 1966-1992
Box 5

Non-Executive Committees, Events and Reports, 1962-2000

Radiology Search Committee, folder 1, 1975-1976
Box 5
Radiology Search Committee, folder 2, 1975-1976
Box 5
Bed allocation, budget materials, and hospital room assignments, 1988-1989
Box 5
Professional Standards Review Organization (PSRO), 1973-1974
Box 5
Radiology Notebook 2, undated
Box 5
Radiology Search Committee, folder 1, 1975
Box 5
Radiology Search Committee, folder 2, 1975
Box 5
Radiology Search Committee, folder 3, 1975
Box 5
DeBakey report, 1968
Box 6
Watts Hospital and Lincoln Hospital, 1964
Box 6
List of committee members of Department of Surgery committees, 1966
Box 6
Residents dinner and speech notes, 1972
Box 6
Durham Casualty Company, 1990
Box 6
Reunion of the Sabiston Surgical Society, folder 1, 2000
Box 6
Reunion of the Sabiston Surgical Society, folder 2, 2000
Box 6
[Report from the Chair of the Department of Surgery to Dr. Ralph Snyderman], folder 1, 1991
Box 6
[Report from the Chair of the Department of Surgery to Dr. Ralph Snyderman], folder 2, 1991
Box 6
[Report from the Chair of the Department of Surgery to Dr. Ralph Snyderman], folder 3, 1991
Box 6
Sanford report materials. The Quest for Excellence. A Growth and Planning Document for Duke University Medical Center, undated
Box 6
National Institutes of Health site visit, 1962
Box 6

Presentations, Talks, and Lectures, 1956-2002

Surgical Grand Rounds, 1975
Box 6
J. Deryl hart Lecture, 1976
Box 6
Residents Dinner, 1976-1977
Box 6
Introduction of Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans and Sabiston family [for Trinity College Event?], 1986
Box 6
Detailed List of Lecture Trips by Date, 1980-1993
Box 7
Topics in Clinical Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1956-1959
Box 7
Detroit Academy of Surgery, Included: Clinical Coronary Arteriography, 1959-1970
Box 7
Introduction of Phiip R. Allison, Johns Hopkins Distinguished Guest from Abroad, undated
Box 7
Following Paul S. Russell's talk at Deryl Hart Lecture, 1964
Box 7
Aaron Brown Lecture, Jefferson Medical College, 1964
Box 7
Ben Taub Lecture, Baylor University, 1960s
Box 7
Annual Spring Congress in Ophthalmology, Gill Memorial Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, 1964
Box 7
Johns Hopkins Hospital 75th Anniversary, 1964
Box 7
Jefferson and Lewis-Gale Hospitals Annual Meeting, 1965
Box 7
Floyd McRae Society, 1965-1966
Box 7
Coronary Surgery, University of Alabama, 1966
Box 7
Joint Medical Speakers Program, 1966
Box 7
Forsyth Heart Association Meeting, 1966
Box 7
Surgery of the Coronary Circulation, University of Louisville, 1966
Box 7
Danville-Pittsylvania Academy of Medicine, 1967
Box 7
Oversupply of Physicians, Raleigh Surgical Society, 1970
Box 7
Lyman A. Brewer Cardiothoracic Surgical Symposium, 1970s
Box 7
Alpha Omega Alpha, Emory University, circa 1970
Box 7
Reinhoff Lecture, Johns Hopkins University, circa 1970
Box 7
Agnew Lecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1971
Box 7
Longmire Lecture, UCLA, 1971-1972
Box 7
Cumberland County Medical Society, 1971
Box 7
Residents' Dinner, circa 1973
Box 7
James D. Rives Surgical Society, 1973
Box 7
Major Contributions to Surgery from the South, Southern Surgical Association, 1974
Box 7
Memorium of Philip R. Allison, 1974
Box 7
John H. Gibbon Lecture, American College of Surgeons, 1974
Box 7
Introduction to John H. Gibbon Lecture, 1975
Box 7
Ruth Gray Lectureship, 1974
Box 7
Physiology of the Pulmonary Circulation: Clinical Implications, Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Montreal Lecture, circa 1974
Box 7
Sommer Memorial Lectures, Portland, Oregon, 1974
Box 7
Dedication: National Hearth & Blood Vessel Research Demonstration Center, Baylor College of Medicine, 1975
Box 7
Current Concepts in Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Cardiovascular Surgery, 1975
Box 7
Alpha Omega Alpha, Baylor University, 1975
Box 7
Coronary Circulation, Tulane University, 1975
Box 7
William D. Stubenbord Lecture, Cornell Medical Center, 1976
Box 7
Amsterdam Address, 1976
Box 7
Physiology of the Coronary Circulation, Richmond Academy of Medicine, 1976
Box 7
International Congress on Cardiology, 1976
Box 7
Severe Stenosis of the Left Main Coronary Artery, Frontiers of Medicine, University of Chicago, 1977
Box 7
Strauss Lecture: Coronary Circulation, University of Washington, 1977
Box 7
The Coronary Circulation, Arthur Dean Bevan Lecture, 1977
Box 7
Symposium of the Aorta and its Body Branches, 1977
Box 7
Beta Iota Chapter, Nu Sigma, Tulane University, circa 1977
Box 7
Southern Surgical Society, 1977
Box 7
Southern Surgical Association, Palm Beach, Florida, 1978
Box 7
5th International Symposium on Atherosclerosis, honoring M. DeBakey, 1979
Box 7
Institutes of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Coronary Artery Disease, 1979
Box 7
International Surgical Group, Glasgow, 1979
Box 7
Development of Cardiovascular Surgery, Alpha Omega Alpha, Lecture Alabama, circa 1980
Box 7
Medical College of Virginia, Department of Surgery, 1981
Box 7
Advances in Cardiovascular Surgery, A. Murat Willis Lecture, 1981
Box 7
Medical College of Virginia, 1981
Box 7
Recent Advances in Surgery, Yandell Lecture, University of Louisville, 1981
Box 7
Training of Academic Surgeons for the Future: The Challenge and The Dilemma, Pocantico Hills, New York, 1982
Box 7
Michael E. DeBakey Lecture, Baylor College of Medicine, 1982
Box 7
C. Rollin Hanlon Retirement Dinner, 1982
Box 7
Recent Advances in Surgery, American College of Surgeons, Surgical Grand Rounds, 1982
Box 7
Major Scientific Contribution by Medical Students, Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Alabama, 1982
Box 7
Medicine Research and Education, Rockefeller Conference, New York, 1982
Box 7
New Governors' Orientation Seminar, Board of Regents, American College of Surgeons, 1983
Box 7
Walter F. Becker Lecture, Louisiana State University, 1983
Box 7
Uniformed Services, University of the Health Sciences, 1983
Box 7
Ochsner Clinical Address, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1983
Box 7
American Heart Symposium, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1983
Box 7
Lilliputian Surgical Society, 1984
Box 7
Northwestern University Symposium on Vascular Surgery, Chicago, 1984
Box 7
Presidential Address, American Association for Thoracic Surgery, 1984
Box 7
Longmire Day Celebration, 1984
Box 7
Surgical Management of Congenital Lesions of the coronary Circulation, DeBakey International Surgical Society, 1984
Box 7
International Surgical Society, Monte Carlo, 1984
Box 7
Alpha Omega Alpha, University of California at San Francisco, 1985
Box 7
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 1985
Box 7
Brazilian College of Surgeons, 1985
Box 7
Recent Advances in Surgery, Brazilian College of Surgeons, 1985
Box 7
Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland, 1985
Box 7
Intensive Care - How Intensive?, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1985
Box 7
Medical Student Contributions, Alpha Omega Alpha, San Francisco, California, 1985
Box 7
Observations on the Coronary Circulation, American Association of Thoracic Surgeons, President's Address, 1985
Box 7
Brian B. Blades Lecture, George Washington University, 1985
Box 7
Surgical Grand Rounds, 1986
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, G. Rainey William, President's Remarks, 1986
Box 8
Primary Cysts and Neoplasms of Mediastinum, Hot Springs, West Virginia, 1986
Box 8
Hogden Memorial Lecture, Opening Remarks, St. Louis, Missouri, 1986
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, 1986
Box 8
Introduction of C. Rollins Hanlon, Martin Memorial Lecture, American College of Surgeons, 1986
Box 8
James B. Harrick Memorial Lecture, 1986
Box 8
Walter Reed/UHUHS Symposium, Congenital Chest Deformities, 1986
Box 8
New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, 1986
Box 8
Surgical Aspects of the Coronary Circulation, Burkaovsky-Bokeriya Symposium, Russia, circa 1986
Box 8
Alpha Omega Alpha, Emory University, circa 1986
Box 8
Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland, 1986
Box 8
Mediastinal Masses, Scandinavian Association for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, SSET, Norway, 1987
Box 8
Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Dallas, Texas, 1987
Box 8
Role of Computers, Lund, Sweden, 1987
Box 8
Publication of the Proceedings of the Southern Surgical Association, Annual Meeting of the Southern Surgical Association, 1987
Box 8
Relationship of Manpower to Medical Efficiency and Economy, Sweden, 1987
Box 8
Royal Australian College, Antivivisection, 1987
Box 8
Coronary Circulation, Waldo Edward Symposium , Missouri, 1987
Box 8
Presentation to the W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1987
Box 8
Royal College, Perth Australia, 1987
Box 8
Diagnosis and Management of Acute and Chronic Pulmonary Embolism, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, 1987
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, Puerto Rico, 1987
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, Perth, 1987
Box 8
American College of Chest Physicians, Atlanta, Georgia, 1987
Box 8
St. Paul Surgical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1987
Box 8
St. Paul United Hospital, Grand Rounds, 1987
Box 8
North Carolina Surgical Association, circa 1987
Box 8
University of California at San Diego, 1987
Box 8
Southern Surgical Association History, Overview of Scientific Presentations for the Decade, 1970-1979, 1987
Box 8
Martin Litwak Lecture, 1988
Box 8
Arnold M. Seligman Lecture, 1988
Box 8
Tim Takas Retirement Dinner, VA Medical Center, Asheville, North Carolina, 1988
Box 8
Hans Ehrenhaft Lecture, Iowa, 1988
Box 8
The Coronary Circulation, Rollin Daniel Lecture, 1988
Box 8
Bernard Walsh Lecture, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1988
Box 8
Coronary Circulation, Charlotte Surgical Society, 1988
Box 8
Arteriovenous Fistulas, Department of Surgery, University of California at Berkeley, 1988
Box 8
How to Write an Institutional Training Grant, Symposium on Grantsmanship, American College of Surgeons, 1988
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, Dublin, 1988
Box 8
Society of University Surgeons, 1988
Box 8
Uniformed Services, Surgical Associates, 1989
Box 8
Introduction of Michael DeBakey, 1989
Box 8
Training of Surgeons, Congress Francais De Chirugie, Paris, France, 1989
Box 8
Professional Liability, American College of Surgeons, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989
Box 8
Surgery at the Transition from the 20th to the 21st Century, Stonybrook, New York, 1989
Box 8
Helen B. Taussig Lecture, 1987-1990
Box 8
William K. Hamilton Lecture, University of California at San Francisco, 1991
Box 8
Spanish Association of Surgeons, 1992
Box 8
Evarts A. Graham Lecture, St. Louis, Missouri, 1992
Box 8
Coronary Circulation, Japanese Surgical Society, Tokyo, Japan, 1992
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1992
Box 8
Historic Operations in Surgery, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1992
Box 8
First Clinical Application of Coronary Bypass, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1992
Box 8
American Heart Association, William W. L. Glenn Lecture, 1992
Box 8
Medical Students and Research, Merrimon Lecture, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993
Box 8
Champs Lyon Lectureship, 1994
Box 8
Samuel Clark Harvey Memorial Lecture, 1994
Box 8
University of Madrid, circa 1994
Box 8
Development of Surgery of the Coronary Circulation, Harvard Club of Boston, 1996
Box 8
Bigelow Lecture, 1997
Box 8
Grey Turner Lecture, 1998
Box 8
Southern Surgical Association, Presidential Address, 2002
Box 8
J. D. Martin Lectureship, undated
Box 8
American Surgical Association President's Dinner, undated
Box 8
American College of Surgeons, German Surgical Society, undated
Box 8
Warren Splenorenal Shunt, undated
Box 8
Coronary Circulation, University of Alabama, undated
Box 8
Somner Memorial Lectures, undated
Box 8

Duke University, 1964-1992

Tribute to Clarence E. Gardner, 1964
Box 8
J. Deryl Hart Lecture Introduction, 1966
Box 8
Presentation of alumni Teaching Award to Clarence E. Gardner, 1968
Box 8
Ischemic Heart Disease: A Therapeutic Challenge, 1969
Box 8
Residents' Dinner Lecture, 1976
Box 8
Tribute at the Funeral of J. Deryl Hart, 1980
Box 8
Lecture on Merel Harmel, 1982
Box 8
Malpractice, Medical Alumni Weekend Symposium, 1986
Box 8
Residents' Dinner Remarks, 1987
Box 8
J. Deryl Hart Lecture, 1989
Box 8
Robert C. Gallo Introduction, Gross Chemical Building, 1989
Box 8
Introduction of Samuel Broder, Seventh Annual Associates' Banquet, Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, 1992
Box 8
Merel H. Harmel Lecture, 1992
Box 8

2. Veterans Affairs Hospital Materials, 1955-1977

Series Scope and Contents: Contains reports of research activities at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Durham, North Carolina, where Sabiston consulted on administrative matters. Types of materials include budgets, planning documents, correspondence, and a surgical research review. Materials date from 1955 to 1977.

Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 1, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 2, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 3, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 4, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 5, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 6, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 7, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 8, 1955-1977
Box 6
Surgery at VA Hospital, folder 9, 1955-1977
Box 6

3. Manuscript Materials, 1995-2001

Series Scope and Contents: Contains interviews and manuscript materials supporting the research and writing of the book, "At the Heart of Medicine: Essays on the Practice of Surgery and Surgical Education" by David C. Sabiston Jr. and Barton F. Haynes (2006). Materials date from 1995 to 2001.

Department of Surgery History Interviews, A-H, 1995-1996
Box 6
Department of Surgery History Interviews, L-V, 1995-1996
Box 6
Department of Surgery History Interviews, unordered, circa, 1995-1996
Box 6
Commonplace, undated
Box 6
Transcript of Interview of Dr. Sabiston by Barton F. Haynes, 2001
Box 6

4. Unprocessed Materials, undated

Series Scope and Contents: Contains subject files, correspondence, and meeting minutes. Materials are undated.

Access Restrictions: Series must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Christmas Gifts for Residents, 1983
Box 9
Sabiston Chairship, undated
Box 9
Special Letters, 1993
Box 9
Recruitment, 1989-1990
Box 9
Recruitment, undated
Box 9
Internal Mammary Artery -Pulmonary AV Fistula, undated
Box 9
Alfred Blalock, ASA Presidential Address, undated
Box 9
Pediatric Plastic Surgery - Serafin and Georgiade, undated
Box 9
Alfred Blalock, Muller Surgical Society, 1975
Box 9
Current Therapy - Acquired Diseases of the Aorta, undated
Box 9
Atrial Myxoma: An Evaluation of Clinical and Laboratory Manifestations, undated
Box 9
Recruitment Correspondence, 1992-1993
Box 9
Recruitment, 1985-1986
Box 9
David C. Sabiston Surgical Society Membership List, undated
Box 9
Letters - Residents Christmas Gift, undated
Box 9
Letters to Contributors of Professorship, undated
Box 9
18th Edition, Textbook of Medicine, undated
Box 9
Miscellaneous, undated
Box 9
Founders Day, undated
Box 9
Puerto Rico Chapter, ACS, 1992
Box 9
ACS Meetings, undated
Box 9
Mediastinal Masses, Surgical Clinics of North America, 1980
Box 9
Surgical Management of Congenital Coronary Artery Fistulas, undated
Box 9
Pathogenesis and Classification of Primary Carcinoma of the Lung, undated
Box 9
Phlebitis, Thrombosis, and Pulmonary Embolism, undated
Box 9
Intraoperative Relationships of Aorto-Coronary Bypass Graft Blood Flow, Peripheral Coronary Artery Pressure and Reactive Hyperemia, 1976
Box 9
Articles and Chapters, undated
Box 9
David C. Sabiston Professor of Surgery, Thank You Letters, undated
Box 9

5. Professional Organizations and Societies, 1964-1987

Series Scope and Contents: This series includes correspondence, planning documents, committee reports, evaluations, budgets, and other administrative materials of professional organizations and societies, external to Duke University. The file on Conference Committee on Graduate Training includes site visits with Watts Hospital and Lincoln Hospital (1982-1986). Materials date from 1964 to 1987.

American College of Surgeons, AMA and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, 1983
Box 10

American College of Surgeons, 1979-1987

Board of Regents, 1982-1986
Box 10
Long-Range Planning Committee, 1979
Box 10
Director Selection, 1983-1984
Box 10
William P. Longmire correspondence, 1985
Box 10
Presidency correspondence, folder 1, 1982-1987
Box 10
Presidency correspondence, folder 2, 1982-1987
Box 10
Association for Academic Surgery, 1985
Box 10
Conference Committee on Graduate Training, 1982-1986
Box 10
Durham County Heart Association, 1965
Box 10
Fulbright Advisory Committee, 1965-1968
Box 10
Graduate Medical Education National Advisory Committee, 1980
Box 10
Intersociety Commission for Heart Disease Resources, 1969
Box 10
National Heart Institute, Ad-hoc Committee on Myocardial Infarction, 1966-1967
Box 10
North Carolina Heart Association, folder 1, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Heart Association, folder 2, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Heart Association, folder 3, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Medical Society, folder 1, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Medical Society, folder 2, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Medical Society, folder 3, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Medical Society, folder 4, 1965-1970
Box 10
North Carolina Medical Society, folder 5, 1965-1970
Box 10
State of North Carolina Prisons Department, 1965
Box 10
North Carolina Pediatrics Society, 1964
Box 10
North Carolina Surgical Association, 1968-1969
Box 10
Southern Surgical Association history, folder 1, 1986-1987
Box 10
Southern Surgical Association history, folder 2, 1986-1987
Box 10
Society for Clinical Surgery, 1981
Box 10

6. Professional Correspondence, 1943-2003

Series Scope and Contents: Contains Sabiston's professional correspondence. Major correspondents include Medal and Wilfred Bigelow, Michael E. DeBakey, Deryl Hart, Barton F. Haynes, Terry Sanford, Eugene A. Stead, and Barnes Woodhall. Materials date from 1943 to 2003.

Allison, Philip, 1964-1974, undated
Box 11
Austen, Gerald, 1986-1997
Box 11
Bigelow Medal, 1996
Box 11
Bigelow, Wilfred, 1975
Box 11
Brodie, Keith H., 1976-1996
Box 11
Bowers, Richard C., 2001-2002
Box 11
Blackburn, John O., 1976
Box 11
Cooley, Denton A., 1966-1976
Box 11
Davison, W.C., 1953-1976
Box 11
Day, Paul L., 1964
Box 11
DeBakey, Michael E. (1 of 2), 1958-1985
Box 11
DeBakey, Michael E. (2 of 2), 1986-2003
Box 11
Favaloro, Rene G., 1994, 2000
Box 11
Gardner, Clarence E., 1965-1993, undated
Box 11
Gibbon, John H., 1969-1979
Box 11
Harmel, Merel H., 1970-1991
Box 11
Hart, Deryl, 1977
Box 11
Haynes, Barton F., 1995
Box 11
Johns, Michael E., 1994-1996
Box 11
Knight, Douglas M., 1965-1968
Box 11
Maloney, James V., 1966-1998, undated
Box 11
McKain, John, 1954
Box 11
Morgan, Orville, 1953-1954
Box 11
Rhoads, Jonathan E., 1943-1997, undated
Box 11
Sanford, Terry, 1981-1985
Box 11
Shannon, James A., 1963
Box 11
Snyderman, Ralph, 1994-1997
Box 11
Stead, Eugene A., 1964-1988
Box 11
Wangensteen, Owen H., 1958-1981, undated
Box 11
Williams, Armistead, undated and, 1953
Box 11
Woodhall, Barnes, (1 of 3), 1945-1978
Box 11
Woodhall, Barnes, (2 of 3), 1945-1978
Box 11
Woodhall, Barnes, (3 of 3), 1945-1978
Box 11

7. Johns Hopkins University Materials, 1934-1996

Series Scope and Contents: This series contains materials created by Sabiston at Johns Hopkins University: a sampling of operative notes showing Sabiston's approach to clinical treatments, curriculum materials, and hospital rounds notes. All personally identifiable health information has been redacted from these clinical treatment files. School of Medicine curriculum revision materials contain correspondence and other materials pertaining to a daily schedule, fees, staffing, fourth- and fifth- year curriculum planning, and some correspondence with Alfred Blalock. Materials date from 1934 to 1996.

Operative notes (sampled), undated
Box 11
School of Medicine curriculum revision materials, 1957-1959
Box 11
Osler medical staff rounds, 1958
Box 11
Research on History, 1934-1976, undated
Box 11
Prospective Faculty and Students, 1991-1996
Box 11

8. Personal Materials (bulk 1939-1943), 1920-1994

Series Scope and Contents: Contains congratulatory writings, special letters, correspondence, and photographs from family and friends. The last names of some family and friends are unknown and only the first name is provided. Materials date from 1920 to 1994, with the bulk of material ranging from 1939 to 1943.

Animal research and vivisection, positions on, undated
Box 11
Emory University medical alumni meeting, 1966
Box 11
Hart, Mary, 1973-1988
Box 11
History of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and the Honorary Fellows. Dinner honoring Dr. Sabiston, 1982
Box 11
Letters of congratulation on the Davis-Christopher Textbook of Surgery, Tenth Edition, 1972
Box 11
Sabiston endowment, 1993
Box 11
Special Letters, American College of Surgeons, folder 1, 1984-1986
Box 11
Special Letters, American College of Surgeons, folder 2, 1984-1986
Box 11
Special Letters, American College of Surgeons, folder 3, 1984-1986
Box 11
Special Letters, By name, Beal-Hindman, 1977-1989
Box 12
Special Letters, By name, Hobbs-Zeppa, undated
Box 12
Special Letters by date, folder 1, 1972-1994
Box 12
Special Letters by date, folder 2, 1972-1994
Box 12
Family photographs, 1920-1945
Box 12
Special Letters by date, folder 3, 1972-1994
Box 12
Special Letters by date, folder 4, 1972-1994
Box 12
Speech presenting the honorary doctor of science degree to Sabiston at Hahnemann University, 1985
Box 12

Family Letters and Photographs, undated

From Sabiston to family, folder 1, 1940-1969
Box 12
From Sabiston to family, folder 2, 1940-1969
Box 12
From Sabiston to family, folder 3, 1940-1969
Box 12
From Sabiston to family, folder 4, 1940-1969
Box 12
To mother, folder 1, 1940-1943
Box 12
To mother, folder 2, 1940-1943
Box 12
To mother, folder 3, 1940-1943
Box 12
To mother, folder 4, 1940-1943
Box 12
To Agnes Barden Sabiston, 1953-1954
Box 12
From Alma Marie Sabiston, 1942-1943
Box 12
From Anita (Teeny) B. Sabiston, 1941-1948
Box 12
From Zova, undated
Box 12
Other aunts and uncles correspondence, 1940-1943
Box 12
Other Sabiston family correspondence, 1922-1969
Box 12

Friends, undated

Doris, 1941-1943
Box 12
Lawrence P., 1941-1942
Box 12
Hill, Geoffrey, 1939
Box 12
Richardson, Bill Jr., 1940
Box 12
Yopp, William Gordon, 1943
Box 12
Other friends to Sabiston, 1939-1953
Box 12

9. Memorabilia and Artifacts, 1938-1999

Series Scope and Contents: This series contains memorabilia and artifacts pertaining to Sabiston's early education, later career as a surgeon, and as a leader in medical policy and administration. Types of materials include science research papers from high school; teaching awards and symposia recognition items; and notes of recognition from regional and international medical schools, associations, and agencies. The series also contains artifacts including academic robes and hoods, a paperweight, and a commemorative glass. Materials date from 1938 to 1999.

High School Reports, 1938-1942

Chemistry notebooks, 1942
Box 12
Geometry of Natural Flags, 1939-1940
Box 12
Insects. Biology Notebook, 1938
Box 12

Miscellaneous Notebooks, 1961

Lab Notebook, 1961
Box 12

Plaques, 1949-1999

American Medical School Association. Golden Apple Award, 1976-1977
Box 13
Thomas D. Kinney Excellence in Teaching Award, 1977
Box 13
Cine Clinic, American College of Surgeons, undated
Box 13
American College of Surgeons. Founding Members, undated
Box 13
Julian Johnson Lectureship, University of Pennsylvania, 1976
Box 13
Prize of the International Society of Surgery, 1999
Box 14
Asheville VA Medical Center, 1994
Box 14
World Congress of Cardiology, 1986
Box 14
Hahnemann University School of Medicine, 1985
Box 14
Hale-McMillan Lecturer, Meharry Medical College, 1989
Box 14
Lester R. Dragstedt Symposium, University of Florida, 1989
Box 14
Lester R. Dragstedt Symposium, 1989
Box 14
American Surgical Association, 1997
Box 15
American Heart Association, 1983
Box 15
Department of Surgery. Uniformed Services of the Health Sciences, Visiting Board., 1982
Box 15
J. Murray Beardsley Surgeon-in-Chief Pro Tempore, Brown University, 1996
Box 60a
Plaque of Appreciation, Korean Surgical Society, 1993
Box 60a
Recognition of distinguished service as Chairman of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, 1986
Box 60a
Thomas D. Kinney Teaching Award for Excellence in Medical Education, 1983
Box 61
Inaugurual Richard Connar Lecturer, University of South Florida, 1994
Box 61

Certificates, 1944-1998

Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Pennsylvania, 1997
Box 15
Washington University School of Medicine, 1993
Box 15
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1979
Box 15
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1949
Box 16
Reserved Commission Officer Grade of Captain, Army of the United States., 1953
Box 16
Reserved Commission Officer Grade of First Lieutenant, Army of the United States, 1953
Box 16
Board of Medical Examiners, State of Maryland, 1955
Box 16
Society for Vascular Surgery, 1964
Box 16
North Carolina State Board of Medical Examiners certificate, 1965
Box 16
Society of Thoracic Surgeons, 1965
Box 16
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Surgery B Study Section, circa 1965-1968
Box 16
Richardson Lecturer, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1966
Box 16
American College of Cardiology, 1968
Box 16
Inter-society Commission for Heart Disease Resources, 1968-1971
Box 16
George Walter Brindley Surgical Lecture, Scott and White Clinic, Temple, Texas, 1969
Box 16
Societe Internationale de Chirurgie, 1969
Box 16
James IV Association of Surgeons, Inc, 1969
Box 16
Surgeon-in-Chief Pro Tempore, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1971
Box 16
North Carolina Surgical Association, 1972
Box 16
Davison Club, 1972
Box 16
Society of Graduate Surgeons of the Los Angeles County Hospital, 1972
Box 16
Visiting Professor Surgery, University of California Los Angeles, 1972
Box 16
Taub Visiting Professor of Surgery, Texas Medical Center, Baylor College of Medicine, 1973
Box 16
Kentucky Colonel, 1974
Box 16
American College of Chest Physicians, 1975
Box 16
Roswell Park Medal, 1977
Box 16
John D. Martin, Jr. Visiting Professor of Surgery, Emory University School of Medcine, 1977
Box 16
Buffalo Surgical Society, 1977
Box 16
Philadelphia Academy of Surgery, 1979
Box 16
William Mayo Lecturer, University of Michigan, 1980
Box 16
Duke University School of Medicine Distinguished Teaching Award, 1981
Box 16
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Visiting Professor of Surgery and Barney Brooks Lecturer, 1981
Box 16
Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Alabama, 1982
Box 16
Sociedad Colombiana de Cirugia, 1984
Box 16
North Pacific Surgical Assocition, 1984
Box 16
Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes, 1985
Box 16
Significant Sig Medal, Sigma Chi, 1986
Box 16
Ohio Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, 1987
Box 16
William P. Longmire, Jr. Visiting Professorship, 1988
Box 16
Revista do Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgioes, 1989
Box 16
Dallas Southern Clinic Society, 1989
Box 16
Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Maryland, 1992
Box 16
Alpha Omega Alpha, Texas Tech University, 1992
Box 16
Alpha Omega Alpha Distinguished Clinical Science Teacher Award, 1992
Box 16
North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, 1993
Box 16
Societat Catalana de Cirurgia, 1994
Box 16
Puerto Rico chapter of the American College of Surgeons, 1995
Box 16
J. Murray Beardsley Surgeon-in-Chief Pro Tempore, Rhode Island Hospital, 1996
Box 16
Uniformed Services University, 1997
Box 16
Uniformed Services University Alumni Association, 1998
Box 16
Merel H. Harmel Lecture, Duke University Dept. of Anesthesiology, 1994
Box 16
Visiting Professor of Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine, undated
Box 16
Certificate, letter of recognition and photograph proclaiming honorary degree from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences as a Doctor of Military Medicine and Surgery. Awarded in Bethesda, Md., undated
Box MC6
Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978
Box 62
Honorary Fellowship of the College, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 1982
Box 62
David Coston Sabiston, Jr., Research Pavilion and Classroom in the Medical Sciences Research Building, Duke University, 1995
Box 62
Salutem, Societatis Chirurgiae Americanae, 1961
Box 62
License to Practice Medicine, State of North Carolina Board of Medical Examiners, 1964
Box 62
Degree of Bachelor of Science in Medicine, University of North Carolina, 1944
Box 62
Degree of Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1947
Box 62
Fellow of Japanese College of Surgeons, 1988
Box 62
Honorary Membership to L'Association Fran├žaise de Chirurgie, 1989
Box 62
Award of the University Medal for Distinguished, Meritorious Service, Duke University, 1992
Box 62
Honorary Doctorate, University of Madrid, 1994
Box 62
Honorary Member, Duke Alumni Association, 1994
Box 62
Strauss Lecturer and Surgeon-in-Chief Pro Tempore, University of Washington, 1977
Box 62
Alpha Omega Alpha, Johns Hopkins University, 1947
Box 62
Honorary Fellow, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, 1985
Box 62
Fellow, American College of Surgeons, 1957
Box 62
North Carolina Award of Science, 1978
Box 62
Certification to Practice Surgery, American Board of Surgery, 1955
Box 62
Certificate for 30 Years of Service, Duke University, 1994
Box 62
Certification to Practice Thoracic Surgery, the Board of Thoracic Surgery, 1957
Box 62
Honorary Doctorate, Hahnemann Medical College, 1974
Box MCA OS1

Hoods and Robes, undated

Academic robe, undated
Box TXT114
Academic robe, undated
Box TXT115
Academic hood, undated
Box TXT120

Artifacts, undated

Valves in the Heart of the Big Apple paperweight, undated
Box REAL026
Festival of Britain - Commemorative Glass, undated
Box REAL093
Double Jigger Shot Glass - Engraved DCS, undated
Box REAL094

10. Alfred Blalock Materials, 1940-1989

Series Scope and Contents: Alfred Blalock (1899-1964) was the surgeon-in-chief of the John Hopkins Hospital, professor, and director of the surgery department at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (1941-1964). Blalock, Surgical Technician Vivien Thomas, and Pediatric Cardiologist Helen Taussig developed the "blue baby" operation and treatments for surgical shock. This series contains correspondence, programs, presentations, articles, curriculum vitae, and speeches relating to Blalock. Materials date from 1940 to 1989.

Access Restrictions: Series must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Correspondence with Sabiston, 1953-1989
Box 18
Blalock Heritage Program, 1976
Box 18
Alfred Blalock, the Man, a speech by Sabiston, 1976
Box 18
Dinner in honor of Alfred Blalock, 1960
Box 18
Biographies, salutes, honors, circa, 1964-1965
Box 18
Manuscript materials and research for book about Blalock, 1965-1966
Box 18
Correspondence about Blalock, 1963-1986
Box 18
Correspondence between Blalock and Merel Harmel, 1946-1959
Box 18
Materials on Evarts A. Graham, 1940-1957, undated
Box 18

11. Audiovisual Materials, 1952-1997

Series Scope and Contents: The Audiovisual materials series contains slides, 3-inch film reels, 5-inch film reels, 7-inch film reels, 10-inch film reels, and other film reels of various sizes. Materials also include VHS and U-Matic tapes, cassette tapes, microcassettes, transcripts, lantern slides, 8-inch floppy disks, and double-sided, high-density 3 1/2-inch disks. Films of surgeries and surgical grand rounds are in various formats. Series also includes items such as interviews with Department of Surgery members. Patient names were removed. Materials date from 1952 to 1997.

Access Restrictions: Boxes 34 and 98 must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Surgery Files Subseries must be screened for sensitive or confidential materials before being accessed. For further information consult with the Medical Center Archivist.

Slides, 1959-1997

Binder #1, carousel labeled, Hernia, undated
Box 21
Binder #2, carousel labeled, Intestinal Obstruction, undated
Box 22
Binder #3, carousel labeled, Bigelow, Right, undated
Box 23
Binder #4, carousel labeled, Devel Sx. Cor. Circ., undated
Box 24
Binder #5, carousel labeled, Appendicitis, undated
Box 25
Binder #6, slides from loose slide notebook pages, and loose slides, undated
Box 26
Binder #7, carousel labeled, Alfred Blalock, undated
Box 27
Binder #8, carousel labeled, Duke--Deryl Hart, Bob Anderson, undated
Box 28
Binder #9, carousel labeled, Duke History--Semans, undated
Box 29
Binder #10, Slides for Top of X-Ray Viewing Box (loose in envelope), undated
Box 30
Binder #11, carousel labeled, Alfred Blalock, undated
Box 31
Binder #12, carousel labeled, Left, undated
Box 32
Binder #13, additional loose slides, undated
Box 33
Binder #14, boxed slides, including boxes labeled DCS-Fouty, Lung Ca Slides [patient name?] for D.C. Sabiston, and Residents' Dinner--extra slides., 1992 and 1994
Box 34
Binder #19: 1. Dr. Scott Jones; 2. Dr. Paul Ebert; 3. Dr. Wm. Gay; 4. Dr. D.B. Amos; 5. Dr. Kenneth Pickerell; 6. Dr. John E. Dees/H.H. Young; 7. Dr. Robert S. Sparkman; 8. Professor Roger Greenalgh; 9. Dr. Fred Crawford; 10. JD Martin/Emory, undated
Box 63
Binder #20: 1. Dr. James Cox; 2. Dr. James C.A. Fuchs; 3. Dr. Samuel Wells; 4. Dr. William P. Longmire [no slides]; 5. Dr. Alfred Blalock; 6. Former president Ronald Reagan; 7. Dr. O. Johonnoson [no slides], undated
Box 63
Binder #9: 1. Prostaglandins; 2. Perot; 3. Major contributors to surgery; 4. Medical student contributions to surgery [crossed out] see 80., undated
Box 64
Binder #10: 1. Mediastinal tumors (all) -class -extras., undated
Box 64
Binder #13: 1. Recent advances in surgery [no slides]; 2. O2 toxicity -in dogs -miscellaneous -in babboons; O2 toxicity 3. Staph pneumonia, undated
Box 65
Binder #14: 1. Laser bronchoscopy; 2. Free jejunal bypass; 3. Grand rounds presentation, undated
Box 65
Binder #11: 1. Frencg Academy of Surgeons; 2. Russian slides; 3. Japanese slides, undated
Box 66
Binder #12: 1. AOA lecture (1981); 2. President Brodie/Sanford; 3. Baylore lecture; 4. ACS presidents lecture., 1981, ca. 1985
Box 66
Binder #21: 1. Dr. Mark M. Ravitch [no slides]; 2. Dr. Lloyd D. MacLean [no slides]; 3. Dr. Merel H. Harmel; 4. Europe slides; 5. Alfred Nobel; 6. Blalock talk., undated
Box 67
Binder #22: Tetralogy of fallot, ca. 1978
Box 67
Binder #18: 1. Chief dinners. (1 of 2), undated
Box 68
Binder #18: 1. Chief dinners. (2 of 2), undated
Box 68
Binder #17: 1. Esophageal rupture; 2. Esophogeal diverticuli; 3. Vasc./anomal/trach/esoph. Compression; 4. Ca esophagus; 5. T-E fistula; 6. Hiatal hernia, undated
Box 69
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [medical students; BARI; Duke residency; misc.], undated
Box 69
Binder #1: 1. Heart tumors; 2. Ventricular aneurysms; 3. Acid; 4. Tumors/the mediastinum (Fishman text), ca. 1990
Box 70
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [university hospitals; misc,; medical education; transmyicardial laser revascularization; port-access surgery; pumonary embolism; NIH awards; BARI; pulmonary edema], undated
Box 70
Binder #52: 1. Pectus -slide photos of Pts., ca. 1982-1990
Box 71
Binder #53: 1. Post infarction VSD; 2. VSD; 3. ASD [no slides] ; 4. Myocarial preservation, ca. 1978
Box 71
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [BARI (bypass angioplasty revascularization investigation); fistula; cancer; HIV; heart; fellowship awards; residency; misc.], undated
Box 71
Binder #50: 1. LUNG Ca -Dr. R. Hill lecture -Dr. D. Inglehart; 2. Immunotherapies in cancer -Dr. S. Rosenburg; 4. Melanoma, undated
Box 72
Binder #51: 1. Ventricular aneurysms; 2. Dissecting aneurysms -basic; 3. Dissecting aortic aneurysms -Dr. Don Glower; 4. Aortic Dissection -Dr. Walter Woolfe; 5. Dissecting aneurysms -Extras., undated
Box 72
Binder #49: 1. Aortic aneurysm -basic, extras; 2. Aortic homografts., undated
Box 73
Binder #87: [healthcare; misc.], undated
Box 73
[box of slides]: [miscelaneous slides], undated
Box 73
Binder #23: Pericarditis; 2. Valvular heart disease, ca. 1979-1981
Box 74
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [Telinde; HMOs; appendectomy; pulmonary surgery; residency programs at Duke; other], undated
Box 74
Binder #63: 1. Tumor markers; 2. Hyperparathyrodism; 3. Penetrating injury and DPL; 4. SO surgical; 5. Heparin/platelets; 6. Animal rights, 1989
Box 75
Binder #64: 1. Electrocautery; 2. Mediastatinitis; 3. N.M.R.; 4. Transplants-Duke, undated
Box 75
Binder #68: P.E. Microscopic pathology; PE gross path; PE operative slides; PE book chapters, ca. 1986
Box 75
Binder #57: 1. Experimental atherosclerosis; 2. Coronary CABG vs. PTCA; 3. CAD in women; 4. CAD, an overview., undated
Box 76
Binder #59: 1. CABD extras; 2. CABG--octaganerians, undated
Box 76
Binder #58: 1. Cardiac transplants; 2. Coronary cine slides; 3. Basic coronary physiology, ca. 1977
Box 77
Binder #60: 1. CAD history [no slides]; 2. AAA--clinical slides; 3. Iperforate anus., ca. 1980
Box 77
Binder #61: 1. PVD; 2. PTA; 3. Renal calculi ESWL; 4. IHSS; 5. TEC, ca. 1984
Box 77
Binder #54: 1. Consensus panel -CAGB--NIH; 2. Congenital aortic arch abnormalities -abberent LSC -coarctation -aortic arch syndrome -A-P window; 3. Coronary circulation [no slides]; 4. Transposition; 5. DBL outlet R.V., ca. 1978
Box 78
Binder #55: 1. Angina; 2. CAD -mgt after CABG; 3. Myocardial blood flow., undated
Box 78
Binder #56: 1. PTCA; 2. ICC; 3. RDA talk -basic., ca. 1981-1984
Box 78
Binder #46: 1. CONG coronary artery malform -basic (AVM+AMCAPA); 2. Anomalous left coronary-extras; 3. Coronary fistulas (extras); 4. Coronary artery aneurysms, 1971-1990
Box 79
Binder #47: 1. Upper GI bleeding -ulcer/Varices -arteriogram -endoscopy -treatment, 1973-1983
Box 79
Binder #75: Class lectures. -Coronary Circ.[no slides] -lung cancer [no slides] -AFV [no slides] -PE [no slides] -famous quotes -hernia [no slides] -intestinal obstruction -Duke Hos [no slides] -AAA, ca. 1993
Box 80
Binder #76: 1. CAD & ESRD; 2. BARI extras [no slides]; 3. 1992-Duke Surgery Dpt., 1992
Box 80
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [trainees in acedemic surgery], 1985-1986
Box 80
Binder #72: 1. Intensive cases; 2. What's new in surgery; 3. Interesting cases., 1959-1979
Box 81
Binder #73: DCS [David Sabiston]--personal, undated
Box 81
Binder #74: DCS [David Sabiston]--personal, undated
Box 81
Binder #67: (class) 1. PE [pulmonary embolism]--acute-basic; 2. PE--chronic, basic; 3. PE cruveilhier; 4. PE--(r)tPA; 5. Fat embolism; 6. IVC interruption; 7. Paradoxical embolism; 8. PE Literature; 9. PE Overview,, ca. 1985
Box 82
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: coronary bypass; surgical coronary patients; surgeries, ca. 1959-1994
Box 82
Binder #69: 1. PE [pulmonary embolism]--case studies, ca. 1978-1981
Box 83
Binder #70: 1. DVT; 2. PE [pulmonary embolism]--World Slides, undated
Box 83
Binder #71: 1. PE [pulmonary embolism]--Extras, undated
Box 83
Binder #34: 1. Bronchoplastic techniques, ca. 1981
Box 84
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [residents; coronary bypass surgery; public relations; healthcare], ca. 1987
Box 84
Binder #27: 1. Hepatic trauma; 2. ACS Address, ca. 1987
Box 85
Binder #[unlabeled folder]: [heart surgery/research], ca. 1997
Box 85
Binder #3: 1. Computers in surgery; 2. AIDS, Joseph Beard; 3. Life Flight; 4. Duke Hospital [no slides]; Dr. Samuel Broder., undated
Box 86
Binder #5: 1. Chest trauma 2. Pectus Excevatum/CAR, undated
Box 86
Binder #[blue folder]: Apico-Vintricular Shunts; Hypothermia; Acute MI--? Surg., undated
Box 86
Binder #7: 1. Places in the world; 2. National Health Insurance plan., ca. 1976
Box 87
Binder #8: Oversupply of physicians, ca. 1983-1984
Box 87
Binder #15: 1. Hyperbaric dive; 2. Smoking; 3. O2 mecanisms, undated
Box 88
Binder #25: 1. Residents-Dpt. of Surgery; 2. Path. Res- GR present., undated
Box 88
Binder #35: 1. Breast cancer; 2. TPN; 3. Surgical residency trainng-Fouty lecture., ca. 1979
Box 89
Binder #40: 1. Research support-Duke Hospital (see also Duke Hospital); 2. German slides; 3. Greek slides; 4. Spanish slides., ca. 1983-1991
Box 89
Binder #37: 1. RNA-basic; 2. RNA-infants; 3. Acute MI talk; 4. SVG; 5. Supravalvular aortic stenosis, undated
Box 90
Binder #86: [cardiac artery bypass]; Dr. Jeff Platt, undated
Box 90
Binder #28: 1. History of cardiac surgery; 2. CPBP-history; 3. Renal cell carcinoma, undated
Box 91
Binder #31: 1. Residency training; 2. Duke Hospital; 3. Residents' manual slides [crossed out] see 81; 4. Mary Semans, Jim Semans, Hugh Hampton Young; 5. Wellman, MD, undated
Box 91
Binder #26: 1. Dr. Michael DeBakey; 2. Dr. C. Rollins Hanlon [no slides]; 3. Dr. Gerald Austin; 4. Dr. John W. Kirkland; 5. Dr. William Osler [no slides]; 6. Alexis Carrel [no slides]; 7. Wm. H. Muller [no slides], undated
Box 92
Binder #29: 1. Universities and hospitals of the world, undated
Box 92
Binder #30: 1. Thoracic anurism; 2. Subclavian stean syndrome; 3. Carotid artery disease; 4. Diagnostic electron microscopy, undated
Box 92
Binder #32: 1. Mediastinum-Scandinavian LEC; 2. Splenectomy/spleen; 3. Popliteal annurism. Interesting clinical cases., undated
Box 93
Binder #33: 1. Lung cancer; 2. Lung infections-aspergilosis, -Tb, undated
Box 93
Binder #43: 1. Family polyposis; 2. Hyperglycemia; 3. Heart valve replacement in children; 4. Ralph Synderman, undated
Box 93
Binder #36: 1. Diaphragmatic rupture; 2. GSW-neck; 3. Cardotid artery disease; 4. Foreign body-heart; 5. Ectopia cordis; 6. Penetrating cardiac trauma, undated
Box 94
Binder #44: 1. PDA; 2. Coartctation of Aorta -basic, -extras; 3. Congenitial lesions of the coronary curculation- William Glenn lecture, undated
Box 94
[box of slides]: Dr. Robert H. Jones; [etc]., undated
Box 94
Binder #38: 1. RNA-extras., undated
Box 95
Binder #81: Duke Dpt. of Surgery; chief's dinner 1993; Residents' Manual slides-1st ed.; Residents' manual (2nd edition 1993); Ecuador, ca. 1993
Box 95
Binder #80: Merrimon lecture; Med student contribution to surgery, undated
Box 96
Binder #82: Class AV fistula; caparoscopy-general; caparoscopy-Spanish; Thoacoscopy; Society of Academic Surgery talk, undated
Box 96
Binder #83: 1.Coronary seminar class., undated
Box 96
Binder #84: T. Ferguson; class coronary extras, undated
Box 97
Binder #85: Reed-chest trauma; Dr. Cheng-chest trauma; cardiac surgery-21st century, undated
Box 97
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98
Lectures and Patients, undated
Box 98

Surgery films, undated

2212 . [patient name? removed] M86 207. Pulmonary embolectomy, undated
Box 35
.0005.1 1. Closure of aterovenous fistula between right external iliac artery and right external iliac vein; 2. Closure of fistula between right coronary artery and right atrium, undated
Box 35
5203 Warren Distal Spleno-Renal Shunt for Cirrhosis and Bleeding Varces [contains patient information], undated
Box 35
Anom. Coronary. Sound print, undated
Box 35
5206 AAA repair. [patient name removed]. Class film. No sound, undated
Box 35
2001.1 1. Dog Experimental Embolism; 2. Pulmonary Embolism; 3. Portuguese and Chronic Pulmonary Embolism., undated
Box 35
1117 1. Coarctation of Aorta in Two Week Infant; 2. Anom. of Coronary Artery, undated
Box 35
1. Jones scans; 2. Chronic embolectomy, undated
Box 35
1203.1 1. [Patient name removed]; 2. Coronary artery arising from the pulmonary artery in an infant; 3. Arteriogram; 4. Bleeding saphenous vein graft; 5. Arteriograms, undated
Box 35
1148 Radionucleotide Angiography in Patients with Congenital Heart Defects, undated
Box 35
.0004.1 1. Tetralogy of Fallot in a 12 year old; 2. Pulmonary Embolectomy, undated
Box 35
2209/2210 1. Dog Experimental pulmonary embolectomy; 2. Pulmonary embolectomy; 3. Chronic pulmonary embolectomy. Class PE, undated
Box 36
1001.1 Coronary Endartectomy, undated
Box 36
Leaders in American Medicine. William P. Lonmire, Jr., MD; Francis D. Moore MD, undated
Box 36
Anomalous Origins of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery, undated
Box 36
1001.1 Coronary Endarterectomy, undated
Box 36
1145 2 Coronary Anomaly Patients [patient names removed], undated
Box 36
.0001.1 1. Kidney Tumor Removal with CPB for Extension to RA; 2. Extaction of Intramycardial FC with Intraoperative US [patient names removed], undated
Box 36
1116 Tetralogy of Fallot Teaching Movie, undated
Box 36
9004 Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Medical School by William H. Welch, MD, undated
Box 36
1149 Radionucleotide Angiography in Congenital Disease, undated
Box 36
.0003.1 1. Use of the YAG laser; 2. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism; 3. [patient name removed]; 4. Coronary film English; 5.[patient name removed]; 6. Jones scans, undated
Box 36
.0002.1 Tumor of the Liver; Warren: Distal Spleno-Renal Shunt for Cirrhosis and Bleeding Varices, undated
Box 36
1146 Radionucleotide Angiography in Congenital Heart Disease, undated
Box 36
2502 [patient name removed] Dr. sabiston Cancer, Right Lung. Workprint, October 1974
Box 36
1143 Surgical Correction of Tetralogy of Fallot with Complete Obstruction of Right Ventricular Outflow Tract, undated
Box 37
1501 Class film: 1. Right Atrial Myxoma; 2. Left Atrial Myxoma, undated
Box 37
1147 Edwards, Don K. K95874 Anomalous Pulmonary Artery, Dr. Sabiston, February 1976
Box 37
1142 Dr. David C. Sabiston. Tetralogy of Fallot, undated
Box 37
5201 Warren: Distal Spleno-Renal Shunt for Cirrhosis and Bleeding Varices. Portuguese, undated
Box 37
5202 Bilateral Subclavian, Right Coroted Bypass with Brayan Edited workprint, undated
Box 37
5204 Warren Distal Splenao-Rectal Shunt for Cirrhosis and [unintelligible] Varices, undated
Box 37
5205 [patient name removed] Right Cardiod Artery Aneurysm-Resection and Graft, December 1975
Box 37
5207 Subolarium Endartoroctomy, undated
Box 37
5301 Injection of Lymphatica (Spleen, Thyroid, Thymus, Cervical Lymph Node), undated
Box 37
5302 Primary Arterial Anastomosis in Iliac Artery in Dog, undated
Box 37
6101 Surgical Correction of Acquired Trecho-Esophagel Fistula, undated
Box 37
1100 Southern surgical. Radionucleotide angiography in patients with congenital heart disease, December 3, 1980
Box 38
1101 Surgical Correction of Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis. Chitwood and Sabiston. Portuguese, undated
Box 38
1101.1 [patient names removed]. No sound, undated
Box 38
1102 Surgical Management of Congenital Org. of Left Coronary Artery, undated
Box 38
1103 [Patient name removed] Stenosis of the Pulmonary Artery; Atresia of the right pulmonary artery with severe left pulmonary artery stenosis, undated
Box 38
1103.1 Anomalous Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery. [patient names removed] Sound version-original copy, undated
Box 38
1104 Surgical Correction of Tetralogy of Fallot with Total Correction of Right Ventricular Outflow Tract. Class Movie, undated
Box 38
1104.1 Coronary AV Fistulas, undated
Box 38
1105 Total Pulmonary Venous Return into Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava, undated
Box 38
1106 Safe right [?] Arteriovenous fistula, undated
Box 38
1107 [patient name removed] Coronary artery (arteriovenous) fistula, November 1974
Box 38
1108 Dr. Sabiston. [patient name removed] Ligation of Coronary Arteriovenous Fistula. Answer print, October 31, 1967
Box 38
1109 [patient name removed]. Double chambered left ventricle. Color workprint, July 23, 1969
Box 38
1110 Surgical Correction of Vetricular Septal Defect with Moderator Band, undated
Box 38
1111 Fontan Procedure by Dr. Newlan Oldham and Dr. Jim Sink. Release print, May 1985
Box 38
1112 Surgical Correction of Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis. Chitwood and Sabiston, undated
Box 38
1113 Tetralogy of Fallot, status post Waterson shunt and left Blalock-Taussig shunt [patient name removed], undated
Box 38
1114 No. 8 Surgical Correction of Tetralogy of Fallot with Total Correction of Rt. Ventricle Outflow Tract, undated
Box 38
1115 No. 10 Surgical Correction of Tetralogy of Fallot with Extracorporeal Circulation. Class, undated
Box 38
1117 No. 4 Coartation of Aorta in Two Week Infant, undated
Box 38
1118 [patient name removed] Anomolous Coronary Artery, undated
Box 39
1119 Correction of Aorta to Right Ventricular Fistula and Aortic Valvuloplasty. Richard A. Hopkins, MD; David C. Sabiston, Jr. MD, undated
Box 39
1119 Correction of Aorta to Right Ventricular Fistula and Aortic Valvuloplasty. Richard A. Hopkins, MD; David C. Sabiston, Jr. MD, undated
Box 39
1119 Correction of Aorta to Right Ventricular Fistula and Aortic Valvuloplasty. Richard A. Hopkins, MD; David C. Sabiston, Jr. MD, undated
Box 39
1119 Correction of Aorta to Right Ventricular Fistula and Aortic Valvuloplasty. Richard A. Hopkins, MD; David C. Sabiston, Jr. MD, undated
Box 39
1120 [patient name removed], undated
Box 39
1121 No. 9 Correction of a Single Atrium with Mitral Insufficiency. Class, undated
Box 39
1122 Closure of Massive Right Coronary Artery to Right Atrial Fistula [patient name removed]. Class, undated
Box 39
1123 No. 2 Anom. of Left Coronary Artery. Poor quality, cannot be projected, undated
Box 39
1124 Surgical Correction of Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis. Chitwood and Sabiston, undated
Box 39
1125 Anomolous Coronary Artery Color release print, silent, undated
Box 39
1126 Double Chambered Left Ventricle [patient name removed], July 23, 1969
Box 39
1127 No.1 Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis, undated
Box 39
1128 Tetralogy of Fallot. Waterson Operation, undated
Box 39
1128.1 Subclavian Anastamosis. Tetralogy of Fallot, undated
Box 39
1129 Correction of Single Atrium with Congenital Mitral Insufficiency, undated
Box 39
1130 Total Pulmonary Venous Return Into Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava. Class, undated
Box 39
1131 A/V Fistula, [patient name removed], undated
Box 39
1133 [patient names removed], undated
Box 39
1135 Trans-atrial Repair of Coronary AVF. [Patient name removed], January 29, 1986
Box 39
1136 VSD Repair [patient name removed], undated
Box 40
1137 Closure of Coronary AVF. 17-year-old male. [patient names removed], undated
Box 40
1138 [patient name removed] Abductus. ? Ligation of PDA, undated
Box 40
1141 [patient name removed] Bilateral Coronary A-V Fistula, January 1976
Box 40
1151 Tetralogy of Fallot by Dr. Blalock, undated
Box 40
1201 [patient name? removed] CABG in 42-year-old, undated
Box 40
1201.1 1. Coronary Graft (Aorto Coronary Bypass Grafting for Angina Rect.); 2. Jones Scan Radionucleotide Angiography, undated
Box 40
1202 No. 11 Patient [patient name removed] Venricular Aneurysm, undated
Box 40
1202.1: 1. CABG with SUG; 2. Cardioplegia; 3. Resumption of V. fib./defibrullation., undated
Box 40
1203 Coronary Endarterectomy [patient name removed], undated
Box 40
1204 Jones scan--German, undated
Box 40
1204.1 1. Aortocoronary Bypass Graftng for Angina Pectoris--French; 2. Jones scan, undated
Box 40
1205 Film #2. Aortocoronary Bypass Grafting for Angina Pectoris--English, undated
Box 40
1206 Jones scan--English, undated
Box 40
1207 [patient name removed] Dr. Sabiston, April 1976. Internal Mammary Artery A-V Fistula, undated
Box 40
Customer name: Sumner Woods, Jr. MD; Pathology; Johns Hopkins Hospital; Baltimore, MD, May 27, 1964
Box 40
1209 #1. Surgery of the Coronary Circulation Print, undated
Box 40
1210 Coronary Endarterectomy, undated
Box 40
1209.1 1. Surgery of Coronary; 2. [patient names removed]; 3. [patient name removed] Anomalous Coronary Artery, undated
Box 40
1210 Coronary Endarterectomy, undated
Box 40
1211 Coronary Circulation, undated
Box 40
1213 CABG with SUG, undated
Box 41
1214 One label reads: Dallas Lecture. 1. (not here) 1. Adrienne Sadler; 2. DeVries; 3. Anom. Coronary--back bleeding. A second label reads: Surgery for the Coronary Circulation, undated
Box 41
2201 Pulmonary Embolectomy. Dr. Sabiston, Duke. No sound, undated
Box 41
2203 1. Pulmonary Embolectomy; 2. Chronic Pulmnoary Embolectomy, undated
Box 41
2207 [patient name removed] Chronic Pulmonary Embolism, undated
Box 41
2208 Surgical Management of Chronic Obstruction of the Left Pulmonary Artery, Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD and H. Kim Lyerly, MD, undated
Box 41
2209/2210 1. Dog Experimental Embolism; 2. Pulmonary Embolectomy; 3. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism, undated
Box 41
2210 Chronic Pulmnoary Embolus, undated
Box 41
2211 (Japanese title) Embolectomy for Chronic PE and HTN, undated
Box 41
To be respliced into 2203, undated
Box 41
2301 Dog Embolus, undated
Box 41
2903 [patient name removed], undated
Box 41
3501 [patient name removed]. Workprint, undated
Box 41
3501 [patient name removed] Tumor of the Liver. Portugeuse, undated
Box 42
4101 Excision of Intra-Thymic Thyroid [patient name? removed], undated
Box 42
Tape # 1299 Surgical Grand Rounds The Coronary Circulation, March 27, 1982
Box 42
1502 Left Myoxoma in Heart, undated
Box 42
1601 Cornelius Hunt Extraction of Intramyocardial Foreign Body Using Operative Sonography. Portuguese, undated
Box 42
1603 Hopkins, Richard A. Correction of Traumatic Aorta Ventricle Fistula and Aortic Va-, undated
Box 42
1603 No. 5 Surgical Correction of Traumatic Aortico-Right Ventrivular Fistula, undated
Box 42
1604 Cornelius Hunt Extraction of Intramyocardial Foreign Body Using Operative Sonography, undated
Box 42
1605 Septal Defect [patient name removed], undated
Box 42
Multiple Vascular Cases. 1. [patient name removed] Repair, Visceral; 2. [patient name removed] Right le AV Fistula; 3. [patient name removed] Carotid; 4. [patient name removed] Carotid; 5. [patient name removed]; 6. [patient name removed], 1987
Box 43
1. [patient name removed]; 2. [patient name removed] Right le AV Fistula; 3. [patient name removed] Carotid; 4. [patient name removed] Carotid; [patient name removed]; 6. [patient name removed], 1987
Box 43
Surgery of the Coronary Circulation (SECAM format), undated
Box 43
[patient name removed] Ischemic MR. Intraoperative T.E. Echo; Postoperative T.E. Echo, undated
Box 43
Dr. Emile Holman, undated
Box 43
James H. Semans, undated
Box 43
#2209/2210. 1. Dog Experimantal Embolism; 2. Pulmonary Embolectomy; 3. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism. Class P.E., undated
Box 43
Third Print of Sound Version of P. Smith and T. Phillips. A-V Fistula Coronary. Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr., Department of Surgery; Duke University Medical Center, undated
Box 43
Pappas. No sound. Antrectomy and BII., undated
Box 43
Surgery of the Coronary Circulation (ACS), David C. Sabiston, Jr., undated
Box 43
Coronary Graft (Aortocoronary Bypass Grafting for Agnina Rect.); 2. Jones Scan (Radionucleide Angiography), undated
Box 43
Left Atrial Myxoma, undated
Box 43
[patient name removed] pre-op, undated
Box 43
Coronary Edarierectomy, undated
Box 43
1. Coronary Graft (Aortocoronary Bypass Grafting for Angina Rect.); 2. Jones Scan (Radionucleotide Angiography), undated
Box 43
AAA Repair [patient name removed]. Film #5206, undated
Box 43
Dr. Sabiston, Film #27. RNAs--Bidirectional Shunt and Fontan. [patient name removed], September 1983
Box 44
Jarman Fontain [Fontan?]. [patient name removed], undated
Box 44
Tuscon, AZ. [patient name removed], January 21, 1971
Box 44
[patient name removed], undated
Box 44
[patient name removed] Coronary Arteriogram, undated
Box 44
[patient name removed]. 1. LC (no LAD seen), PDA of RC fills; space; 2. 3. and 4. Vinebag fills LAD; space; 5. RC fills diagonal branch of LAD but not LAD, undated
Box 44
Surgical Correction of Atrial Septal Defect. Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD.; Closure of Atrial Septal Defect, undated
Box 44
Jones RNA Scans, Dr. Sabiston, undated
Box 44
Subclabian Endarterectomy, undated
Box 44
Long. Coronary Endarterectomy, undated
Box 44
Coronary Endarterectomy, undated
Box 44
Coronary Fistulas. Traumatic 11 (?). [patient name? removed]. Long, undated
Box 44
Coronary Circulation [empty U-Matic case], undated
Box 44
Coronary Endarterectomy. Surgery of Coronary Circulation, undated
Box 44
Pneumonectomy, undated
Box 44
1. Coronary Graft; 2. [patient name]; 3. Jones Scan, undated
Box 45
1. Coronary Film; 2. [patient name removed]; 3. [patient name removed]; 4. Jones scan, undated
Box 45
Chronic Pulmonary Embolism. Dog Embolism [empty film cannister], undated
Box 45
Warren Distal Spleno-Renal Shunt (Copy), May 1974
Box 45
Workprint outs [patient name removed], undated
Box 45
Traumatic Aortiro-Right Ventricular Fistula, undated
Box 45
Warren Distal Spleno-Renal Shunt (Copy), May 1974
Box 45
#7916 Pulmo [rest of title faded], undated
Box 45
Print for Dr. Capp. [patient name removed], November 2, 1965
Box 45
[patient name removed]. Total Correction of Tricuspid Atresia. Dr. Sabiston, May 1977
Box 45
Cine Angiography of Total Obstruction of Right Ventricle. David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD, undated
Box 45
Duke Ciwe (?) Name. Vena Cava Ligation, undated
Box 45
Dr. Sabiston, [patient name removed]. Color orig., March 20, 1967
Box 45
Stuff Aorta Cuff with Coronary Artery Occlusion, [ca. 1968]
Box 45
Double Outlet Right Ventricle. Second label reads, Heads Corr. Of Pulmonic Stenosis--Johns Hopkins, undated
Box 45
Abdominal Aortic Aneurism Complicated by Horseshoe Kidney, VA Hospital, 790 Optical Answer Print., undated
Box 45
Dr. David Sabiston, Jr.; Subclavian Endarterectomy. Johns Hopkins., undated
Box 45
Sabiston/Ungerleider. [patient name removed]. A Paricardial Defect, May 1987
Box 45
1. Dog Experimental Embolism; 2. Pulmonary Embolectomy; 3. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism [empty film cannister], undated
Box 45
Saphenous Vein Coronary Artery Graft--Dr. Daniel, Dr. Sabiston, Dr. Wechsler, 1970
Box 45
Surgical Correction of Syphilitic Coronary Ostial Stenosis, [ca. 1963]
Box 45
No. 1, Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis, Dr. David Sabiston, Jr., undated
Box 45
Sabiston, [patient name? removed] (Embolectomy). Growth removal, okay. No footage of Embolectomy. Outcome unknown. Unedited workprint., undated
Box 45
1. Coronary Film; 2. [patient name removed]; 3. [patient name removed], undated
Box 45
Cartoid Artery in Dog., undated
Box 45
Dr. Sabiston, September 24, 1965
Box 45
1. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism, undated
Box 45
Saphenous Vein for Coronary Artery Bypass, Dr. Sabiston, undated
Box 45
[patient name removed], January 27, 1993
Box 45
Blood Come out of Percardium, undated
Box 45
Human Heart--Dr. David Sabiston, [ca. 1963]
Box 45
P. Smith and T. Phillips. Internegative from Sound Print, undated
Box 45
[patient name removed], undated
Box 45
[patient name removed], May 22, 1979
Box 45
David C. Sabiston, Jr. Closure of Coronary Arterial Fistula. Label says, Bad, undated
Box 45
Coronary Fistula. Outtakes., October 31, 1967
Box 45
1003.1 David Sabiston, Jr., MD. Closure of Coronary Arterial Fistula. [patient name removed], undated
Box 45
1002.1 1. Bleeding Coronary Graft; 2. Bleeding Coronary Artery; 3. Pacing Heart; 4. Coronary A-V Fistula. Segments only. [Patient name? removed], undated
Box 45
1001.1 Coronary Endartectomy. Jones film, undated
Box 45
Cines from Complete Obstructionof Right Ventricular Outflow Tract, undated
Box 45
Coronary Arteriogram, undated
Box 45
Hiatus Hernia Cine, undated
Box 45
Pulmonary Embolectomy, undated
Box 45
[Patient name removed], undated
Box 45
Arteriogram, undated
Box 45
Blalock Operation, undated
Box 45
2203 [patient name? removed] Embolectomy for Chronic Pulmonary Embolism and Hypertension. Long version, no sound., undated
Box 46
2202 Pulmonary Embolism, [ca. 1962]
Box 46
2302 Laser Broncoscopy. Dr. Wolfe. Copy., undated
Box 46
2211 Version closest to original but missing arteriogram and title, undated
Box 46
[patient name removed] Embolus. Pulmonary embolectomy for Acute PE, undated
Box 46
2206 Surgical Management of Chronic Obstruction of the Left Pulmonary Artery. David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD and H. Kim Lyerly, MD. Answer print, undated
Box 46
2205 Surgical Management of Chronic Obstruction of the Left Pulmonary Artery. David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD and H. Kim Lyerly, MD. Release print, undated
Box 46
Take out Ventricular Aneurysm [patient name removed], undated
Box 47

Surgical grand round films, undated

Surgical Grand Rounds #2, September 23, 1981
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds,Advances in Bilary Edoscopy, Dr. Peter Cotton. Tape #34, January 7, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Professional Liability in the 1980s, Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr., January 29, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Support and Substitution of the Human Heart, Dr. John Waldhausen. Tape #59, April 15, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, May 27, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds. AIDS, March 19, 1986
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Scinticor--A New Instrument for Cardiac Studies. Dr. Robert H. Jones, January 22, 1986
Box 47
Grand Rounds, August 26, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #77 A, July 1, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #69 A, May 20, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #54 B, March 25, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Carcinoma of the Breast, Dr. J. Dirk Iglehart. Tape #36 B, January 14, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #52 B, March 18, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #75 A, June 24, 1987
Box 47
Surgical Grand Rounds, Tape #48 B, March 4, 1987
Box 47
Surgery Grand Rounds, rDNA with Dr. Snyderman., February 28, 1990
Box 47
Texas Tech MedNet: Live Grand Rounds. Surgery of the Coronary Circulation: 1992, David Sabiston, Jr., MD, Professor and Chairman Surgery, Duke University, April 16, 1992
Box 47
#2 Schwab. Surgical Grand Rounds. Tape 38B, January 21, 1987
Box 47

Additional films, undated

S9117--Milner and Fenwick--AMA Blalock--R1. Original picture negatve and tape track, undated
Box 48
4 reels workprint without sound (1 reel original negative not used in prints), undated
Box 48
Blalock Dinner Reel #3: Dr. David Sabiston, speech, undated
Box 48
.0004.1 [Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 48
AMA Blalock, reel 3. Complete picture print with sound, undated
Box 48
AMA Blalock, reel 3, undated
Box 48
Blalock, reel 2, undated
Box 48
S9117-Milner and Fenwick-AMA Blalock reel 3, original picture negative and tape trk., undated
Box 48
(Sample) Reel 1. AMA Blalock. Complete picture print with sound, undated
Box 48
S9117-Milner and Fenwick-AMA Blalock reel 2, original picture negative and tape trk., undated
Box 48
2 reels workprint without soundtrack, undated
Box 49
9001 Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Medical School by William Welch MD, undated
Box 49
9001 Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Medical School by William Welch MD, undated
Box 49
9003 Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Medical School by William Welch, MD, undated
Box 49
[Unlabeled film reels of various sizes], undated
Box 49
[Unlabeled materials. VHSes, cassette tapes], undated
Box 50
Dr. Alfred Blalock's Farewell Dinner, 1960
Box 51
Duke University Chapel Easter Worship Service, April 11, 1982
Box 51
The Duke Experience with Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia, Type II, September 23, 1981
Box 51
First Walter Becker Memorial Lecture: LSU, February 1983
Box 51
Reminiscences of the Early Years, A-roll footage, 16 mm low contrast transfer, May 30, 1991
Box 51
Reminiscences of the Early Years, A-roll footage, 16 mm low contrast transfer, May 30, 1991
Box 51
USU Surgical Associates Day. Message from the Commander-in-Chief President Ronald Reagan, April 1, 1988
Box 51
Perspectives: The Duke Surgical Experience. Dub of edit master, November 17, 1988
Box 51
Perspectives: The Duke Surgical Experience. Revised edit master, November 17, 1988
Box 51
Perspectives: The Duke Surgical Experience. Dub of revised EM, October 25, 1989
Box 51
Bill Roth II-Pappas, August 1990
Box 51
Reminiscence of the Early Years A-roll footage., May 30, 1990
Box 51
Blalock Dinner A-roll footage, May 30, 1991
Box 51
Memorial to Dr. Mark Ravitch. ACS Meetings. Chicago, IL, October 1991
Box 51
Contrast Echo. ACS video, October 1991
Box 51
Perspectives: The Duke Surgical Experience, 1991-1992
Box 51
Blalock Dinner A-roll footage, May 30, 1991
Box 51
Leica. WILD Division. The Operating Microscope in Coronary Surgery. George E. Green, MD and Daniel Swistel MD. NTSC, 1992
Box 51
AOA Presents Leaders in American Medicine: An Interview with David C. Sabiston, Jr., MD D.Sc.; Interviewed by Paul A. Ebert, MD, Director of the American College of Surgeons, undated
Box 51
25 Silver Heart Celebration, A Video Commemoration. St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital and Texas Heart Institute, 1968-1993
Box 51
Insights: EndoSugery for the 1990s. Acute Abdomen and Trauma with Michael Treat, MD. Copyright Health Learning Systems, Inc., 1993
Box 51
Physician Assistant: History of an Health Manpower Innovation. Produced by the Physician Assistant Association, 1993
Box 51
Duke/US Surgical Endosurgery Center, undated
Box 51
ABC-TV, 20/20. Dr. Rondast Batista, Heart Surgery, June 14, 1995
Box 51
Dedication of Portrait of Dr. Kenneth L. Pickerell. Tape #1, April 23, 1977
Box 51
North Carolina People #249, undated
Box 51
421-87, undated
Box 52
Duke University, Computers in Medicine, August 28, 1987
Box 52
Perspectives: The Duke Surgical Experience, January 12, 1989
Box 52
Dedication of Portrait of Dr. Pickerell, April 3, 1977
Box 52
27. Intussusception--Sound film, 1952
Box 52
Blood No-reflow In Skeletal Muscle After Replantation; James Urbaniak, Anthony Seaber, Long-en Chen, undated
Box 52
Benjamin M. Baker, MD (Carol J. Johns, MD, interviewer), undated
Box 52
Leaders in American Medicine: Joe Murray, MD, undated
Box 52
Leaders in American Medicine: Jonathan E. Rhoeds, MD, undated
Box 52
Window to the Future (SECAM). For use in France, undated
Box 52
Leaders in American Medicine: Dr. Paul B. Beeson, Eugene A. Stead, undated
Box 52
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Centenial Video, There Are No Limits, undated
Box 52
Alpha Omega Alpha. Leaders in American Medicine: Interview with David C. Sabiston, Jr., undated
Box 52
Duke/US Surgical Endosurgery Center, undated
Box 52
Reminiscences of the Early Days by William H. Welch, undated
Box 52
Mark Ravitch, MD, FACS: Surgeon, Teacher, Author, undated
Box 52
David C. Sabiston, Jr. MD. Commemorative, undated
Box 52
Hope Foundation for Biomedical Research, undated
Box 52
Dr. Mark Rogers Lecture, Dr. David C. Sabiston, undated
Box 52
Dr. Emile Holman, Part I and II, undated
Box 52
Leaders in American Medicine: Lloyd H. Smith, Jr., MD (Marvin H. Sleisenger, MD, interviewer), undated
Box 52
Duke University Today, undated
Box 52
Duke/US Surgical Endosurgery Center, undated
Box 52
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
James, undated
Box 53
Bobbit, undated
Box 53
Track 1-11, cuts from orig. I, 1955
Box 53
Right, undated
Box 53
Blalock workprint and original trims and outs, [ca. 1963]
Box 53
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
[Unlabeled reel], undated
Box 53
Scan Animation Tail, undated
Box 53
Dr. Alfred Blalock's Farewell Dinner, 1960
Box 53
Blalock Movie, undated
Box 53

Department of Surgery interviews, undated

Dr. Dani Bolognesi interview, June 19, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Bollinger interview, July 21, 1994
Box 54
Drs. Iglehart and Marx interview, July 5, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Kim Lyerly interview, July 7, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Keith Oldham interview, August 3, 1994
Box 54
Dr. McCann interview, July 14, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Ungerleiter interview, July 22, 1994
Box 54
Dr. L. Reed interview, June 29, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Jefferey Platt interview, June 30, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Peter Smith interview, January 3, 1996
Box 54
Dr. John Grant interview, July 12, 1994
Box 54
Dr. George S. Leight interview, July 26, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Montefiori interview, July 24, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Peter Smith interview, January 3, 1996
Box 54
Dr. Van Trigt interview, July 11, 1994
Box 54
Dr. Pappas interview, December 11, 1995
Box 55
Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr. interview, January 29, 1996
Box 55
Dr. Richtsmeier interview, December 11, 1995
Box 55
Dr. Wilkins interview, December 20, 1995
Box 55
Dr. R.W. Anderson interview. Second label says Lou Butterworth, March 19, 1995
Box 55
Dr. James Lowe interview, November 23, 1994
Box 55
J. Leonard Goldner interview, March 15, 1995
Box 55
Dr. J. Leonard Goldner interview, March 15, 1995
Box 55
Dr. Urbaniak interview, December 13, 1995
Box 55
Dr. Bollinger interview, November 28, 1995
Box 55
Dr. Snyderman: Sabiston and Surgery, April 18, 1995?
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Dr. Mark Rogers interview, June 6, 1995
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Dr. William Shingleton interview, March 20, 1995
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Dr. Keith Oldham interview, January 2, 1996
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Dr. David F. Paulson interview, December 14, 1995
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Dr. Mahaffey? interview, November 14, 1994
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Dr. Scott Levin interview, December 14, 1995
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Dr. Blazer interview, March 31, 1995
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Dr. Hammes interview, May 3, 1995
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Dr. Harmel interview, March 24, 1995
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Dr. Sabiston interview, undated
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Dr. David C. Sabiston interview, January 25, 1996
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Dr. David Sabiston interview [incomplete transcript], January 29, 1996
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Dr. James Lowe interview (incomplete transcript), November 23, 1994
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Dr. Peter Van Trigt interview [incomplete transcript], July 11, 1994
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Dr. H. Kim Lyerly transcript, July 7, 1994
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Dr. David C. Sabiston interview, January 29, 1996
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Dr. Sabiston interview, undated
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David C. Sabiston interview [transcript with changes], January 29, 1996
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Dr. James Urbaniak interview [incomplete transcript], December 13, 1995
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Dr. Robert W. Anderson interview, March 17, 1995
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Dr. Merel Harmel interview [incomplete transcript], April 24, 1995
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Dr. Mark Rogers interview [incomplete transcript], June 6, 1995
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Dr. Peter Smith interview, July 22, 1994
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Additional cassettes, undated

Dr. Blalock Movie, undated
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Dr. Alfred Blalock, Dinner. Cassette copy of Restored tape, April 2, 1960
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Dr. Alfred Blalock, Dinner. CD copy of Restored tape, April 2, 1960
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Presidents Dinner. 1 of 2, October 22, 1988
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Dr. Sabiston--AOA Interview, undated
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Memorial Service: Dr. Julian Hart. Duke University Chapel, June 30, 1980
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Dr. David C. Sabiston, Jr. Blalock Heritage Address, undated
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Radionucleotide Angiography. Southern Sugical Association. Hot Springs, VA, December 5, 1977
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Dallas, TX. Side A: American Surgical Association, Presidential Address. Side B: PA Conclusion; Council Report, Sabiston Story Music; A Texas Story, April 26-28 1978
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Part II, American Surgical Association Presidential Address. David C. Sabiston, undated
Box 55
[Unlabeled microcassette]. Envelope says Tricia, undated
Box 55
[Unlabeled microcassette], undated
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[Unlabeled microcassette], undated
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12 cassette tapes: The Blalock Heritage in American Surgery, Baylor University Medical Center, March 12 and 13, 1976
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John Gibson, Jr. Lecture: David C. Sabiston, MD; American College of Surgeons, 1974
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5 unlabeled microcassettes, undated
Box 55

Lantern slides, undated

[Lantern slides, apparently surgically related], undated
Box 56

Floppy disks and diskettes, undated

Arrangement note: Eight-inch floppy discs "BK 1"-"BK 24" are in a box together, along with any duplicates. Eight-inch floppy-discs "BK 25"- "Lyerly disc" are in a box together, along with any duplicates. Eight-inch floppy disks "Dup 1" and unlabeled disks are in a box together. Three and a half -inch disks "SOC --AA--TOC" - "SOC AA2, AA Corresp AA to DCS, AA with DCS" are in a box together. Three and a half-inch disks "Surgical Handbook" - "Cardinal Assist Devices" are in a box together. Three and a half-inch disks "Ross M. Ungerleider"- [unlabeled disk] are in a box together. Three and a half-inch disks "30-year letters, backup" - "Miscelaneous 3: Instructions, Useful Stuff, Tzipora, Juggler" are in a box together. Three and a half-inch disks "Reprint project" - "DCS--temporary hotline" are in a box together.

Notebook: two 8-inch floppy disks. Apparently contents relate to a manuscript of the Annals of Surgury, undated
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Notebook with two 8-inch floppy disks. Unknown contents., undated
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Notebook with two 8-inch floppy disks. Unknown contents., undated
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Box with three 8-inch floppy disks. Unknown contents., undated
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BK 1, undated
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BK 1 Dup, May 26
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BK 2, undated
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BK 3, undated
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BK 5, undated
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BK 6, undated
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BK 7, undated
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BK 8, undated
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BK 9, undated
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BK 10, undated
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BK 11, undated
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BK 12, undated
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BK 13, undated
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BK 14, undated
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BK 15, undated
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BK 16, undated
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BK 16 Dup, February 7, 1984
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BK 16, February 7, 1984
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BK 17, undated
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BK 18, undated
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BK 19, undated
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BK 22, undated
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BK 20, undated
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BK 23, undated
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BK 24, undated
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BK 25, undated
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BK 26, undated
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BK 27, undated
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BK 28, undated
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BK 29, undated
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BK 30, undated
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BK 32, undated
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BK 33, undated
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BK 34, undated
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BK 35, undated
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BK 36, undated
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BK 37, undated
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BK 38, undated
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BK 40, undated
Box 57
BK Rev, undated
Box 57
1, undated
Box 57
disk #1, Dup, February 23, 1988
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2 [disk sleeve contains what appears to be a schedule of the disk's contents], undated
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disk #3, Dup 2, Febrary 23, 1988
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4, undated
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6, undated
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8 [disk sleeve contains what appears to be a schedule of the disc's contents], undated
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9, undated
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11, undated
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disk #41, undated
Box 57
HLK, May 30, 1988
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Lyerly disc, undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
Dup #1, September 9, 1983
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Dup #1, undated
Box 57
Dup #3, undated
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Dup, unintelligible, May 26, 1983
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disk], undated
Box 57
SOC--AA-TOC, undated
Box 57
SOC chapters Sharon-Cooper (?), undated
Box 57
SOC chapters 2 Cox-Duranceau, undated
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SOC chapters 3 Ferguson-Jones (?) S/B, undated
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SOC chapters 4 Gryton (?) - Lowe, undated
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SOC chapters 5 Lumb- Roberts, undated
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SOC chapters 6 Rogers-Spritzer, undated
Box 57
SOC chapters 7 Stack-Wolfe plus Boyd, undated
Box 57
SOC AA2, AA Correspondence AA to DCS, AA with DCS, undated
Box 57
Ross M. Ungerleider, MD: Figure Legends; Aortopulmonary Window; Atrial Septal Defect, Repair of Sinus Venosus; Tetralogy of Fallot, undated
Box 57
Dr. Sabison's Letter, 30-yr. letter, 138 files, undated
Box 57
Text (?) 15th, undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disk], undated
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[Unlabeled disc], undated
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Reprint project, DCS--4 volumes of TOC, title page, 3 refereed, 1 nonrefereed, undated
Box 57
Atlas of operations in General Surgery: 1. Correspondence; 2. Tallies, undated
Box 57
Atlas of operations in General Surgery: 1. TOC; 2. Section 1, Section II, Section II A, Section III, Section III A, Section IV, undated
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Atlas of General Surgery: Sections IV-A, V, VA, VB, VI, VIB, undated
Box 57
Atlas of Operations in General Surgery: Sections VII, VII-A, VIII, VIII-A, IX, IX-A, undated
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DCS CV and bio, undated
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Atlas, March 16, 1992 and July 20, 1993
Box 57
Atlas, February 1991, July 1991, and March 9, 1992
Box 57
Atlas, May 1989
Box 57
Mediastinal Chapter, Coronary Circulation Chapter: Essentials of Surgery. D.Davis Word for Windows, undated
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Essentials, February 4, 1993
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Essentials I: Corres, Frontmatter, DOC, DATA, Galley Corres, Notes to DCS, MS by ship dates, Shpd, April 9 and 29
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Essentials II: Chapters by ship date, March 31, April 16, 23, and May 25
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Essentials II: Chapters by ship date, March 28, May 13, 17, 18, 26, 28, June 1
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Essentials IV: Chapters by ship date. Trish to Saunders--last chapters sent, June 3, 7, 8, 10, and 18
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Atlas of Operations in General Surgery, Sections X, XI, XII, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, undated
Box 57
Surgery of the Chest, 1993
Box 57
Useful info, undated
Box 57
Utilities, Sam, macromarker finder pref, Norton Pref, undated
Box 57
30-year letters, backup, undated
Box 57
CT Atlas, AA folder, AA Trans (?) letters, Section I-XX, undated
Box 57
Miscellaneous I, Essentials, Reprints, Text 15th, DCS CV, undated
Box 57
Miscellaneous 2: Handbook, DCS/T2P, MOT, undated
Box 57
Miscellaneous 3: Instructions, Useful Stuff, Tzipora, Juggler, undated
Box 57
Text 15, backup, undated
Box 57
Surgical Handbook. Chpt: Surgical Nutrition, Bradley H. Collins; Also includes Bibliography and 1 table; IBM Windows format--AMI Pro: 1. Nutchap-Chapter, 2. Nutbib-Bibliography, 3. Nutchart-table, undated
Box 57
ICU chapter, Gastrointenstinal SPS on Ami Pro from Ravi S. Chari, undated
Box 57
Liver chapter, Babineau, Bothe, Steele for Essentials of Surgery. Sabiston, ed., May 1993
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Cardial Assist Devices and the Total Artifical Heart. Word Perfect. 1. Chapter=chapter draft; 2. Selected ref.=vad. Ref.; 3. figure legend= vad. Fig; 4. tables (2) = vad. Tab. Mark P. Anstadt, MD Box 3627 DUMC, Beeper #, undated
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Help sheet--Rhesa (?)/Paul, undated
Box 57
DCS list--WordPerfect, undated
Box 57
Essential of Surgery, Mahaffey, undated
Box 57
[Unlabeled disc], undated
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Txtbk/4; TXT/PE; TXTBK/5, 1990
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Diabsurg.doc, undated
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Schriener--Preop.PT. Word 4-Apple, undated
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Chapter.Doc, Tables.Doc--MS Word for DDS; Burns, by Waymack, Rutan, and Herndon; Winchapt.doc, Wintable.doc--MS Words for Windows. DDS format disk., undated
Box 57
Paul Ahearne, Ch. 35. Pancreatic Pseudocysts chapter. Essentials of Surgery, undated
Box 57
After Dark, undated
Box 57
DCS Soc. Master list, undated
Box 57
DCS--temporary hotline, undated
Box 57
[Content list of 8-inch floppy discs 1-4], undated
Box 57

12. Photographs and Other Visual Media, 1887-2001, undated

Series Scope and Contents: Contains photographs and other visual media of Sabiston, Philip R. Allison, Michael E. DeBakey, John H. Gibbon, William Stewart Halsted, Merel Harmel, Ralph Snyderman, William Anlyan, the Johns Hopkins Surgical Society, and the David C. Sabiston Surgical Society. Materials date from 1887 to 2001 with a significant amount of the materials undated.

Professional Activities, 1986, undated
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David C. Sabiston Surgical Society, 1985, undated
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Allison, Philip R., undated
Box 12
DeBakey, Michael E., undated
Box 12
Dunglison, Robley, undated
Box 12
Gibbon, John H., 1934-1971, undated
Box 12
Gregg, Donald E., undated
Box 12
Halsted, William Stewart, 1989-2001
Box 12
Harmel, Merel, undated
Box 12
Osler, William, 1887
Box 12
Miscellaneous, 1990, undated
Box 12
David Sabiston & Ralph Snyderman, undated
Box 59a
David Sabiston, William Anlyan, & Unidentified individual, undated
Box 59a
John Hopkins Surgical Society, 1926
Box 59a
Negatives and Transparencies, undated
Box 98

13. William Stewart Halsted Materials, 1906-2001, undated

Series Scope and Contents: William Steward Halsted (1852-1922) was a professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins University and credited with founding modern American surgery. While at Johns Hopkins, Halsted pioneered treatments for breast cancer, hernias, and gallstones. The series contains correspondence, research, and notes. Materials date from 1906 to 2001 with a significant amount of the materials undated.

Research and Correspondence, 1936-1991
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Laudatio for German Surgical Society, 1985-1989
Box 58
Correspondence between Halsted and Howard Kelly, 1906-1921, undated
Box 58
Correspondence between Wells and Flexner, 1946-1987
Box 58
The Halsted Society, 1969-1993
Box 58
Research with Annotations or Notes, 1922-2001
Box 58

14. Bound Publications, undated

Series Scope and Contents: Contains publications from the department of surgery, "Sabiston Textbook of Surgery; The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice", and bound copies of Alfred Blalock's papers. Materials are undated.

Publications from the Department of Surgery, Volume I, January-December 1981
Box 59
Publications from the Department of Surgery, Volume II, January-December 1981
Box 59
Textbook of Surgery: Fourteenth Edition, undated
Box 59
Papers of Alfred Blalock: Vol I, undated
Box 60
Papers of Alfred Blalock: Vol II, undated
Box 60

Biographical Note

David Coston Sabiston Jr. was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina, in 1924 to David C. Sabison Sr. and Frances Marie Sabiston (nee Jackson). In 1944, he received a BS in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Phi Beta Kappa) and, in 1947, an MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Alpha Omega Alpha). After medical school, he completed his surgical residency under Dr. Alfred Blalock, at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Following his Chief Residency, he spent two years as a Captain in the U.S. Army Marine Corps, posted at Walter Reed Medical Center doing cardiovascular research, where he became interested in physiology and pathophysiology of the coronary arteries. Following his military service, Sabiston returned to Johns Hopkins as an assistant professor of surgery and an investigator in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Within ten years of joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins, he was promoted to professor of surgery.

In 1961, Sabiston received a Fulbright Research Scholarship to study at two prestigious British Institutions: the Hospital for Sick Children (Great Ormond Street) of the University of London and the Nuffield Department of Surgery at Oxford University.

In 1964, Sabiston joined Duke University as James B. Duke Professor of Medicine and chairman of the Department of Surgery. During his tenure at Duke University, he was the principal investigator of a National Institutes of Health Grant supporting an Academic Surgical Research Training Program, which supported the Duke Teaching Scholar in Academic Surgery program. While funded from his first research grant from the National Institutes of Health, a Research Career Development Award, he became the principal investigator of a National Heart Institute grant that was funded continuously for 35 years.

The majority of Sabiston's research concerned the field of cardiothoracic surgery. He made significant contributions to the understanding of coronary artery blood flow, which led to innovative clinical therapies. He also conducted important studies on pulmonary embolisms and defined many of the mechanisms associated with thrombus formation and lysis and pulmonary injury.

Sabiston's abilities as a teacher were appreciated by Duke medical students, who awarded him the Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching on four separate occasions. He also received the Teacher of the Year Award, given by the graduating senior medical students to the most outstanding educator on the medical faculty, on four separate occasions. Sabiston's other honors, awards, and memberships include: Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of North Carolina, 1978; North Carolina Award in Science Gold Medal (Presented by the Governor of North Carolina), 1978; American Heart Association Scientific Councils' Distinguished Achievement Award, 1983; Michael E. DeBakey Award for Outstanding Achievement, 1984; College Medalist, American College of Chest Physicians, 1987; Honorary Degree, University of Madrid, 1994; Gimbernet Prize, Societat Catalana de Cirurgia, 1994; Honorary Fellowship, European Surgical Association, 1995; The Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1995; Bigelow Medal, Boston Surgical Society, 1996; The Society Prize, the International Surgical Society, 1999; Honorary Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England; Honorary Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; Honorary Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; Honorary Member of the German Society of Surgery; Honorary Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland; Honorary Member of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons; Honorary Member of the Japanese College of Surgeons; Honorary Member of the French Surgical Association; Honorary Member of the Philippine College of Surgeons; Asociacion de Cirugia del Litoral (Argentina); Brazilian College of Surgeons; Spanish Association of Surgeons; and Columbia Surgical Society.

Sabiston served as the president of several important surgical organizations, including the American Surgical Association, the Society of University Surgeons, the American Association for Thoracic Surgery, the Southern Surgical Association, the Society of Surgical Chairmen, and the American College of Surgeons. He was Chairman of the National Institutes of Health, Surgery Study Section, and Chairman of the Research Committee of the American Heart Association. He was a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.

From 1966 to 1996, he was the editor of the "Annals of Surgery." He was the editor of two of the leading textbooks in surgery, "The Biological Basis of Modern Surgical Practice," which he edited through fourteen editions, and "Surgery of the Chest," which he co-edited through five editions. He also served on the editorial boards of other surgical journals both in the United States and abroad.

Sabiston retired from his position as chair of the Department of Surgery in 1994 and became director of Duke University Medical Center's International Programs.

Sabiston was married Agnes Sabiston (nee Barden) for 54 years, and they had three daughters: Anne, Agnes, and Sarah. Sabiston died on January 26, 2009.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], David C. Sabiston Papers, Duke University Medical Center Archives.

Acquisitions Information

Accession A2004.036 (gift, June 2004), Accession A2014.037 (gift, June 2004), Accession A2004.074 (gift, August 2004), Accession A2014.083 (gift, September 2004), Accession A2005.012 (gift, March 2005), Accession A2006.045 (gift, May 2006), Accession A2007.052 (gift, May 2007), Accession A2008.065 (gift, October 2008), Accession A2018.047 (gift by Allan Kirk, July 2018)

Processing Information

Processed by Archives staff: 2005; encoded by Emily Glenn: May 2005; updated by Dawne E. Howard: April 2007; updated by Dawne Howard Lucas: March 2009; updated by Jessica Roseberry: November 2011; updated by Lindsay Farinella: August 2013

Separated Material

An honorary doctorate from Hahnemann Medical College was separated and placed into the Oversized Materials collection.

Related Material

  • Alfred Blalock Papers
  • Department of Surgery Records
  • David C. Sabiston Oral History Interviews