Samuel Pope Black Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: EBL-1226

  • Staff Only

Scope and Contents

Collection of notes recorded by medical student Samuel Pope Black of lectures delivered by the faculty of the University of Nashville in November of 1856. The notes of faculty members include: Dr. Paul F. Eve, John Berrien Lindsley, Dr.Thomas R. Jennings, Dr. John M. Watson, Dr. William K. Bowling, Dr. A. H. Buchanan, and Dr. C. K. Winston.

Dates

  • 1856

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright is retained by History of Medicine Collections, Eskind Biomedical Library, Vanderbilt University.

Extent

.19 Cubic Feet (1 Half Hollinger Box ) ; 15.25" x 2.5" x 10.25"

Language of Materials

English

Abstract

Collection consists of a student class notebook prepared by Samuel P. Black while a medical student at the Medical Department of the Univesity of Nashville during the 1856-1857 session. The notebook of 121 pages contains notes from lectures delivered by the faculty in November of 1856. The notes of faculty members include: Dr. Paul F. Eve, John Berrien Lindsley, Dr.Thomas R. Jennings, Dr. John M. Watson, Dr. William K. Bowling, Dr. A. H. Buchanan, and Dr. C. K. Winston.

Physical Location

EBL Vault

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Item was acqured for the collection through the agency of Medical Alumni Association Director, Dr. Ann Price who received an inquiry from VMS Alum Dr. Carl Grote of Huntsville, Alabam
Title
Samuel Pope Black Collection
Status
Completed
Author
EBL Special Collections Staff -JT
Date
2019-4-15
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

Repository Details

Part of the Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection Repository

Contact:
Eskind Biomedical Library
2209 Garland Ave.
Nashville TN 37232


 

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