Edgar Hull Papers

 

 

(Mss 291)

 

 

Inventory

 

 

Earl K. Long Library

University of New Orleans

 

April 1998

 

 

Contents

 

 

Summary

 

Biographical Note

 

Series, Subseries, and Descriptions

 

Container List

 

Name Index

 

Other Index Terms

 

Procedures for Requesting Special Collections Materials

 

 

 

Summary

 

 

Size:                          7.7 linear feet

 

Geographic

locations:                 New Orleans, La.; Shreveport, La.; Formosa; Italy

 

Inclusive dates:      1932-1967

 

Summary:                Personal and professional papers associated with the life and career of Edgar Hull (1904-1984), a physician who resided and practiced in New Orleans and Shreveport, La., for most of his career.  Hull served the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine as acting head (1939), head (1940-1954 and 1960-1964), and associate dean (1954-1966).  His primary hospital appointments were Charity Hospital of Louisiana in New Orleans, Hotel Dieu, and Mercy Hospital, and as a consultant at Touro Infirmary and Baptist Hospital.

 

Related

collections:              Charity Hospital School of Nursing Collection (Mss 220);  Edgar Hull Papers, Addendum 1 (Mss 297)

 

Source:                     Gift, 1997

 

Access:                     No restrictions

 

Copyright:                Physical rights are retained by the Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans.

 

Citation:                    Edgar Hull Papers, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans

 

 

 

Biographical Note

 

 

            Edgar Hull (1904-1984), a physician, was a native of Pascagoula, Mississippi.  He pursued pre-medical studies in New Orleans at Louisiana State University (1920-1921, 1922-1923) and earned his M.D. degree from Tulane University in 1923.  After interning at Highland Sanitarium (hospital) in Shreveport, Hull remained briefly on the hospital’s staff before setting up a practice in Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, in 1929.  In 1931 he returned to New Orleans to become a founding member of the staff and faculty of the new Louisiana State University Medical Center, through its affiliation with Charity Hospital.  Hull was married twice, first in 1930 to Louise Parham of Shreveport, who died in 1937, and in 1937 to Mallory Page Warren, with whom he had one son.

 

            Hull served the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine as acting head (1939), head (1940-1954 and 1960-1964), and associate dean (1954-1966).  His primary hospital appointments were Charity Hospital of Louisiana in New Or­leans, Hotel Dieu, and Mercy Hospital, and as a consultant at Touro Infirmary and Baptist Hospital.  In 1944 Hull was a Markle Fellow to Costa Rica and Guatemala; in 1950-1951, a Fulbright Professor to the University of Bologna; and in 1958, a consultant to Taiwan.  A local pioneer in electrocardiography, Hull was a master, American College of Physicians, and a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, the American College of Cardiology, and the Catholic Physicians Guild.

 

            In 1966 Hull moved to Shreveport to head the new Louisiana State University School of Medicine at Shreveport, where he worked with George R. Meneely, M.D., and others to achieve the difficult goal of accreditation by the AAMC.  Hull served as dean until his retirement in 1973 to Pascagoula, Mississippi.  He died in 1984.  During his last years, he refuted the generally accepted scholarship concerning the circumstances of Huey P. Long’s death, claiming that medical treatment probably could not have saved Long and that his death did not result from medical incompetence.  He also criticized his own failure to insist on an autopsy.

 

 

Source:         A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography, ed. Glenn R. Conrad (2 vols.; New Orleans, La.: Louisiana Historical Association, 1988), pp. 416-417.

 

 

 

Series, Subseries, and Descriptions

 

 

Series I.         Dean’s Office Correspondence, 1939-1945

 

                                    General office files from the period during which Hull served the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine successively as acting head (1939), head (1940-1954 and 1960-1964), and associate dean (1954-1966).

 

Series II.        Departmental Personnel, 1952-1954, 1958-1963, 1964-1967

 

                                    Personnel files consisting mainly of promotion documents from the period during which Hull served the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine as associate dean (1954-1966).

 

Series III.       Departmental Inventory, 1932-1939

 

                                    Inventories from the early period of Hull’s association with the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine.

 

Series IV.      Personal Correspondence, 1943-1966

 

                                    Hull’s business-related personal correspondence, concerning both LSU School of Medicine matters and other business interests; including but not limited to letters pertaining to administrative changes at the school, payment of Hull’s property taxes, business in­terests in Pascagoula, and papers delivered at conferences.

 

Series V.       Junkets

 

                                    Reports, publications, correspondence, and speeches pertaining to Hull’s stint as a Fulbright Professor to the University of Bologna in 1950-1951 and as a con­sultant to Taiwan in 1958.

 

                        Subseries V.1:        Italy

 

                        Subseries V.2:        Formosa

 

Series VI.      Business Correspondence

 

                        Subseries VI.1:       Consultations

 

                                    Correspondence mainly with other physicians and with patients concerning diagnoses.

 

                        Subseries VI.2:       American Board of Internal Medicine

 

                                    Recommendations for applicants for certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), along with some correspondence on related matters.

 

Series VII.     Letters of Recommendation

 

                                    Recommendations for medical students.

 

Series VIII.    NHI Grants Series

 

                                    Applications, renewals, and administration of the financing of Public Health Service Heart Teaching Grant (HT234).

 

Series IX.      Radioactive Isotopes Series

 

                                    Correspondence, applications, authorizations concerning the procurement of radioactive isotopes for use in the treatment of polycythemia vera, and related materials.

 

Series X.       Pharmaceutical House Series

 

                                    Correspondence, reports, journal articles, medical records documenting clinical investigations conducted by medical school (especially Drs. Paul Hahn and George W. Allen) for the S. E. Massengill Company.  Most of the correspondence is between Hull and George Cronheim, Ph.D., Research Director at Massengill.

 

Series XI.      F. A. Davis Company

 

                                    Correspondence, royalty statements, contracts concerning production of the 4th through 6th editions of Medical Nursing.  Most of the cor­respondence is with J. J. McElroy, Jr., Vice-President of F. A. Davis, and Cecilia M. Perrodin, R.N., co-author.

 

Series XII.     Papers and Manuscripts Series

 

                                    Texts of papers and prospective publications by Edgar Hull, M.D., some with co-authors.

 

Series XIII.    Lectures -- Notes and Outlines

 

Series XIV.    Departmental Correspondence

 

                                    General office files from the period during which Hull served the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine successively as head (1940-1954 and 1960-1964) associate dean (1954-1966).

 

Series XV.     Income Tax Returns

 

                                    United States and State of Louisiana income tax returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

Series XVI.    Miscellany

 

                                    Photographs depicting aspects of Hull’s association with the Department of Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine; certificates granted by professional and honorary organizations.

 

 

 

Container List

 

 

Series I.  Dean’s Office Correspondence

 

291-1              November 18, 1939 - May 15, 1942 (30 items)

                                    Residency staffing at Charity Hospital; departmental staffing during wartime; Dr. Morris Shushan; part-time appointments in the Department of Medicine; relationship with and leadership of Louisiana State University; relationship with and leadership of Charity Hospital; analysis of curriculum in the Department of Medicine.

 

291-2              July 6, 1942 - June 29, 1943 (125 items)

                                    George Meneely leaving LSU for Vanderbilt; adjustments in faculty relations and student recruitment and retention caused by World War II; adjustments to the new Louisiana Civil Service System; visit to medical school by ambassador from The Netherlands; Louisiana State University Retirement System; LSU Syphilis Clinic; operational relationships among LSU, Tulane, and Charity Hospital.

 

291-3              July 1, 1943 - May 24, 1944 (70 items)

                                    Relations with the LSU General Hospital No. 64; adjustments in faculty and student programs and relations as a result of World War II; preparations for medical education in the postwar era; American Bureau for Medical Aid to China; development of the Lung Station at Charity Hospital.

 

291-4              June 30, 1944 - June 29, 1945 (70 items)

                                    Admission of transfer students from University of Mississippi; planning for postwar residency programs; adjustment of faculty and student programs as a result of the war; development of Neuropsychiatric Unit at Charity Hospital; planning and funding for research; relationship between medical school and Charity Hospital.

 

291-5              July 14, 1945 - June 10, 1946 (114 items)

                                    During this period, Hull becomes acting assistant dean.  64th General Hospital; staff and faculty returning from military service; Hotel Dieu School of Nursing; Centenary College student seeking admission; Army Specialized Training Program; threatened resignation of the Department of Medicine.

 

291-6              June 25, 1946 - June 28, 1947 (90 items)

                                    Some correspondence with Dr. Vernon W. Lippard regarding the situa­tion at LSU School of Medicine in the period before Lippard arrives to assume the deanship; policy regarding outside income of full-time faculty.

 

291-7              July 28, 1947 - May 19, 1948 (57 items)

                                    Consideration of residency in family practice at Charity Hospital; nomination of George Mabry Anderson for post-graduate fellowship; building program for the medical school.

 

291-8              September 13, 1948 - May 17, 1949 (22 items)

 

291-9              October 21, 1949 (1 item)

                                    Report of Building Committee.

 

291-10            September 30, 1950 - April 17, 1951 (4 items)

                                    Impact of Korean Conflict on medical education.  During part of this period, Hull was Visiting Professor of Cardiology at University of Bologna, Italy.

 

291-11            August 27, 1951 - May 15, 1952 (16 items)

                                    Placement of students in internships; coordinating use of Charity Hospital by LSU and Tulane; 1950-1952 Biennial Report of the Depart­ment of Medicine; plan to ease student tension; brochure advocating a state Department of Hospitals.

 

291-12            August 1, 1952 - June 23, 1953 (10 items)

                                    Rating of applicants for admission by undergraduate departments; recommendation on reorganization of Department of Pharmacology; remodeling and expansion of medical school.

 

291-13            ? - April 19, 1954 (4 items)

                                    1952-1954 Dean’s Report.

 

291-14            August 17, 1954 - April 25, 1958 (8 items)

                                    Biennial Reports, 1954-1956 and 1956-1958.

 

291-15            [August?] 1961 - November 18, 1963 (6 items)

                                    LSU Medical Center activities with the School of Medicine, University of Costa Rica (LSU held contract through the U.S. Agency for Inter­national Develop­ment beginning in 1959 to develop a medical school in Costa Rica); Department of Medicine Biennial Reports, 1960-1962 and 1962-1964).

 

291-16            October 5, 1964 - October 13, 1965 (10 items)

                                    LSU Medical Center activities with the School of Medicine; University of Costa Rica; Selective Service status of faculty members.

 

291-17            [1962?] (1 item)

                                    LSU School of Medicine Biennial Report, 1960-1962.

 

291-18            December 21, 1944 - September 17, 1945 (3 items)

                                    Discusses plans to accommodate returning veterans at the medical school.

 

 

Series II.  Departmental Personnel

 

291-19            1952-1954 Military leave for faculty, staff, and residents

                                    July 3, 1952 - November 8, 1954 (6 items)

 

291-20            1958   Promotion documents, March 13, 1958 (2 items)

 

291-21            1959   Promotion documents, March 3, 1959 (3 items)

 

291-22            1960   Promotion documents, March 8, 1960 (1 item)

 

291-23            1961   Promotion documents, April 17, 1961 - June 15, 1961 (9 items)

 

291-24            1962   Promotion documents, March 1, 1962 (5 items)

 

291-25            1963   Promotion documents, March 11, 1963 - December 4, 1963 (26 items)

 

291-26            1965   Promotion documents, [1965] (14 items)

 

291-27            1966   Promotion documents, [1966] (2 items)

 

291-28            1967   Promotion documents, [1967] (11 items)

 

 

Series III.  Departmental Inventory

 

291-29            1932   Equipment inventory (6 items)

 

291-30            1933   Equipment inventory (7 items)

 

291-31            1934   Equipment inventory (1 item)

 

291-32            1935   Equipment inventory (1 item)

 

291-33            1936   Equipment inventory (2 items)

 

291-34            1937   Equipment inventory (1 item)

 

291-35            1938   Equipment inventory (1 item)

 

291-36            1939   Equipment inventory (1 item)

 

 

Series IV.  Personal Correspondence

 

291-37            August 23, 1943 - September 9, 1943 (1943) (3 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding allegations of unfair treatment of female student at the medical school.

 

291-38            August 30, 1945 - November 24, 1945 (1945-46) (21 items)

                                    Correspondence, telegrams, newsclippings, petitions relating to threatened resignations of key faculty members at LSU School of Medicine because of administrative changes at the school.

 

291-39            July 19, 1947 - December 16, 1948 (1947-48) (31 items)

                                    Considerable correspondence regarding the payment of Hull’s property taxes for 1946 and 1947; police treatment of three faculty members of LSU School of Medicine.

 

291-40            December 10, 1948 - June 16, 1949 (1948-49) (100 items)

                                    Faculty and student positions at the medical school; O.J.’s Beauty Lotion; property in Pascagoula; Prothro Clinic, Pleasant Hill, Louisiana; Hull’s service as acting dean between the administrations of Dr. Lippard and Dr. Frye; Shreveport Charity Hospital.

 

291-41            June 10, 1949 - December 1949 (115 items)

 

291-42            May 31, 1950 - June 6, 1951 (1950-1951) (104 items)

                                    Arrangements for paper delivered to 2nd Annual Georgia Heart Association Conference; arrangements for address to Oklahoma State Medical Association; contains many of the arrangements that Hull made prior to leaving for Italy in October 1950 for a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship as a lecturer in medical science at the University of Bologna; Hull’s commentary on state of the university given the resignation of President Stoke.

 

291-43            January 1950 - June 24, 1950 (132 items)

                                    Letters seeking to influence admission decisions and appointments to residencies at the medical school; disruption of residencies and fellowships as a result of the Korean Conflict; arrangements for consultations and addresses delivered throughout the state.

 

291-44            December 18, 1950 - June 23, 1952 (47 items)

                                    International Certification of Inoculation and Vaccination; Progress Report (Fulbright Fellowship) filed with American Commission for Cultural Exchange with Italy; correspondence regarding Fulbright term in Bologna (some of it in Italian); Hull’s opinions on the importance of the general practitioner.

 

291-45            May 2, 1952 - March 12, 1953 (1952-53) (12 items)

                                    Counsel to Governor-elect Kennon regarding governance of Charity Hospital; Hull’s research interest in Bright’s disease.

 

291-46            July 22, 1953 - June 16, 1954 (1953-54) (25 items)

                                    Governance of Charity Hospital.

 

291-47            September 2, 1954 - March 21, 1955 (1954-55) (4 items)

                                    Consideration of clinical research on leprosy; editing of Kampmeier’s Physical Examination in Health and Disease.

 

291-48            July 16, 1953 - May 15, 1956 (1955-56) (38 items)

                                    Revision of Sodeman’s Pathologic Physiology: Mechanisms of Disease; Hull appointed Associate Dean of Medical School; Touro Infirmary; personal business affairs conducted through attorney John D. Gautier of Pascagoula; commentary on Arthur Vidrine; Hull endorses postgraduate school for Shreveport.

 

291-49            January 24, 1956 - ? (1956-57) (88 items)

                                    Consultation contract with USPHS Hospital at Carville, Louisiana; Hull describes plans for the postgraduate school in Shreveport; admission decisions for medical school; business matters regarding the estate of an uncle who lived in and owned property in Pascagoula.

 

291-50            July 16, 1957 - March 17, 1958 (1957-58) (54 items)

                                    Business interests in Pascagoula; admission to medical school; participation in International Cooperation Administration health mission at the National Taiwan University.

 

291-51            August 29, 1958 - June 19, 1959 (1958-59) (27 items)

                                    Contract for consulting services with USPHS Hospital in Carville, Lou­i­si­ana; sabbatical in Taiwan; business interests in Pascagoula; business interests in O.J.’s Beauty Lotion Company.

 

291-52            August 31, 1959 - April 14, 1960 (1959-60) (16 items)

 

291-53            September 15, 1960 - April 6, 1961 (1960-61) (22 items)

                                    Relations between Lafayette Charity Hospital and local medical society; business interest in O.J.’s Beauty Lotion Company; Last Will and Testament of Mrs. Alice R. Hull; personal financial statement.

 

291-54            August 22, 1961 - May 14, 1962 (1961-62) (17 items)

                                    Settling the estate of Alice R. Hull; opposition to Medicare-type legislation; Robert S. Ford’s theory on atherosclerosis; business interest in O.J.’s Beauty Lotion; accreditation problems at Hotel Dieu.

 

291-55            August 16, 1962 - June 15, 1963 (1962-63) (15 items)

                                    Business interests in Pascagoula; Agency for International Development and Teaching at University of Costa Rica.

 

291-56            Vita and Bibliographies (12 items)

 

291-57            August 16, 1963 - June 1, 1964 (1963-64) (19 items)

                                    Business interests in Pascagoula; business interest in O.J.’s Beauty Lotion; politics of Charity Hospital administration.

 

291-58            June 8, 1964 - June 30, 1965 (1964-65) (40 items)

                                    Medical school in Shreveport; business interests in O.J.’s Beauty Lotion; recruitment and hiring of faculty members; business interests in Pascagoula; involvement of medical school in Costa Rica; political and the state medical society.

 

291-59            July 7, 1965 - June 30, 1966 (1965-66) (52 items)

                                    Business interests in Pascagoula; property damage claims resulting from Hurricane Betsy; planning a medical school in Shreveport; publication of work by LSU Medical School personnel; letter seeking to influence admission decision.

 

291-60            August 9, 1966 - December 12, 1966 (1966-67) (20 items)

                                    Hull appointed interim dean of School of Medicine in Shreveport; letter of resignation as dean of LSU School of Medicine.

 

 

Series V.  Junkets

 

                        Subseries V.1:  Italy

 

291-61            Newsletters, [Fall 1950] - March 10, 1951 (4 items)

                                    Reports by Hull on activities in and impressions of Italy when Hull on Fulbright to University of Bologna.  Intended for friends and colleagues in the United States.

 

291-62            Lectures, [1950-1951] (18 items)

                                    Typescripts in English and Italian.

 

291-63            Lectures, [1950-1951] (1 item)

                                    Typescript in Italian.

 

                        Subseries V.2:  Formosa

 

291-64            Newsletters, March 18, 1958 - ca. July 2, 1958 (7 items)

                                    Taiwan Tirade - typescript compilation of observations about life and land in Taiwan and experiences at the National Taiwan University Medical School.

 

291-65            Correspondence, March 18, 1958 - July 21, 1958 (24 items)

                                    Letters and holograph notes sent to secretary, Sarah Cherry, that concerns business and financial arrangements related to the junket and copy for the Taiwan Tirade.

 

291-66            Correspondence, January 29, 1958 - September 16, 1958 (25 items)

                                    Letters and documents relating to Hull’s appointment by the International Cooperation Administration as “U.S. Government Consultant in Medicine” to the National Taiwan University.

 

291-67            Correspondence, July 10, 1958 - May 11, 1959 (57 items)

                                    Several letters exchanged with Dr. R. L. Cherry, Chief Public Health Division, International Cooperation Administration Mutual Security [?] Mission to China; numerous letters concerning fellowships for Taiwanese doctors at LSUMC sponsored by Chinese Medical Board of New York; also internships and residencies for Chinese doctors in Shreveport.

 

291-68            Correspondence, August 28, 1859 - December 16, 1960 (28 items)

                                    Principally to and from International Cooperation Administration try­ing to arrange return trip as a medical consultant to Taiwan; trip indefin­itely postponed because of illness and subsequent death of Akenhead.

 

291-69            Typescript, [19--] (3 items)

                                    First presents Hull’s notes on various aspects of the state of medical education in Taiwan; in the form of a report.

                                    Second and Third appear to be speeches delivered by one of the Taiwanese doctors who had fellowship in New Orleans following Hull’s visit to Taiwan.

 

 

Series VI.  Business Correspondence

 

                        Subseries VI.1:  Consultations

 

291-70            Graffagnino, Mrs. F., March 15, 1947 - March 17, 1947 (2 items)

                                    Holographic note and letter sent.

 

291-71            Grundmeyer, Mrs. Joseph A., October 27, 1942 - January 7, 1943 (8 items)   Holographic notes and correspondence; hypertension referred to Mayo Clinic for transdiaphragmatic sympathectomy.

 

291-72            Hatcher, Dr. W. B., January 8, 1945 - January 9, 1945 (4 items)

                                    Electrocardiogram; holographic notes; letter sent; cardiac arrhythmia.

 

291-73            Hines, Father, August 29, 1940 and March 21, 1947 (2 items)

                                    Holographic note and letter sent; cerebral arteriosclerosis.

 

291-74            Hirsch, Dr. E. K. “Eddie,” January 15, 1942 - June 10, 1948 (7 items)

                                    Holographic notes; electrocardiogram; correspondence; hyper­tension.

 

291-75            Hitt, Mrs., December 1, 1939 - December 14, 1939 (5 items)

                                    Holographic note; correspondence; chronic arthritis.

 

291-76            Hodges, General C. B., May 31, 1941 - June 4, 1944 (38 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence; hypertension.

 

291-77            Husband, Mrs. H. A., May 11, 1949 - May 13, 1949 (3 items)

                                    Holographic note; letter sent; premature heart beat.

 

291-78            Hunter, Dr. Melville, July 3, 1950 - September 11, 1951 (5 items)

                                    Correspondence; typescript report; coronary sclerosis.

 

291-79            Jacoby, Dr. Alfred, July 16, 1942 - January 7, 1943 (7 items)

                                    Typescript reports; correspondence; autopsy.

 

291-80            Knoblach, Francis L., August 16, 1940 - September 10, 1952 (33 items)

                                    Holographic notes; electrocardiogram; coronary artery disease.

 

291-81            Knott, W. M. (Milton), July 27, 1950 - January 11, 1952 (6 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence.

 

291-82            Ladner, Mrs. J. Hugh, September 23, 1942 - October 9, 1942 (7 items)

                                    Holographic note; typescript autopsy report; correspondence; hypertension.

 

291-83            Lynch, Byrne, April 10, 1942 - May 19, 1944 (23 items)

                                    Holographic notes; electrocardiogram; correspondence.

 

291-84            Lynch, Mrs. V., December 20, 1946 (2 items)

                                    Holographic notes.

 

291-85            Marten, J. Henry, July 18, 1940 - May 3, 1943 (3 items)

                                    Holographic note; correspondence.

 

291-86            McLeod, Max, October 23, 1951 - December 20, 1951 (9 items)

 

291-87            Miltenberger, Mrs. E. J., August 19, 1942 - September 13, 1950 (8 items)

                                    Holographic notes; electrocardiogram.

 

291-88            Montero, John, Jr., August 12, 1941 - December 15, 1942 (29 items)

                                    Test results; correspondence; post mortem notes; cirrhoses of liver.

 

291-89            Martin, Dr. Dawson, November 17, 1942 - August 13, 1947

                                    Electrocardiogram; correspondence; myocardial infarction.

 

291-90            Mosely, Dr. C. H., June 10, 1944 - October 3, 1950; bulk 1944 - September 13, 1945 (47 items)

                                    Test results; holographic notes; correspondence; Chinese non-tuberculosis disease of the lung.

 

291-91            Newbilt, Dr. H. Page, June 3, 1940 - November 6, 1940 (10 items)

                                    Correspondence; tuberculosis.

 

291-92            Nix, Dr. J. T., November 6, 1943 - November 7, 1945 (5 items)

                                    Correspondence.

 

291-93            Kerne, Dr. Leo J., September 26, 1940 - February 9, 1966 (77 items)

                                    Holographic notes; electrocardiogram; correspondence; hypertension.

 

291-94            LeBlanc, J. Burton, Sr., March 4, 1949 - March 29, 1956 (100 items)

                                    Holographic notes; autopsy reports; correspondence; electrocardio­grams; lymphosarcoma.

 

291-95            Ahrens, Robert E., June 7, 1945 - June 20, 1955 (43 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence; electrocardiogram; x-ray report; tuberculosis.

 

291-96            Perrodin, J. H. (Joseph), July 23, 1952 - May 19, 1956 (22 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence.

 

291-97            Montagnino, Joseph, April 23, 1952 - April 21, 1955 (9 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence.

 

291-98            Turner, Cecil, December 26, 1951 - December 15, 1952 (3 items)

                                    Correspondence; arteriosclerotic heart disease.

 

291-99            Willis, C. L., March 14, 1948 - April 7, 1949 (12 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence; x-ray report; autopsy report; bronchogenic carcinoma.

 

291-100         Williams, Nay, May 27, 1951 - April 2, 1951 (2 items)

                                    Correspondence.

 

291-101         Wegmann, John C., April 25, 1947 - August 5, 1947 (10 items)

                                    Electrocardiogram; test reports; correspondence.

 

291-102         Weeks, Edward T., Jr., December 14, 1942 - June 30, 1943 (21 items)

                                    Correspondence; autopsy report; tuberculosis.

 

291-103         Tujaque, Albert, December 4, 1943 - May 30, 1944 (6 items)

                                    Test results; letter sent.

 

291-104         Tuberville, John K., M.D., April 28, 1943 - May 31, 1943 (6 items)

                                    Test results; letter sent.

 

291-105         Truax, William T., October 22, 1942 - December 3, 1942 (2 items)

                                    Letter sent; electrocardiogram.

 

291-106         Terrebonne, Roselives J., June 8, 1940 - June 18, 1840 (8 items)

                                    Correspondence.

 

291-107         Stewart, W. B., January 28, 1948 - May 5, 1948 (3 items)

                                    Electrocardiogram; typescript notes.

 

291-108         Stewart, Dr. Chester A., January 17, 1946 - March 14, 1946 (5 items)

                                    Correspondence; holographic notes; electrocardiogram; coronary artery disease.

 

291-109         South, Mrs. J. S., February 15, 1938 (1 item)

                                    Letter sent.

 

291-110         Saunders, Dr. Paul H., October 15, 1948 - October 20, 1948 (2 items)

                                    Correspondence.

 

291-111         Rowley, Celestine Francis, February 13, 1953 (1 item)

                                    Letter received.

 

291-112         Sadler, Mrs. Paul H., November 16, 1948 - December 2, 1948 (4 items)

                                    X-ray reports; pathologist’s report; holographic notes.

 

291-113         Reynolds, Chapman, August 26, 1948 - January 9, 1950 (11 items)

                                    Correspondence; holographic notes; typescript notes.

 

291-114         Porche, Laban J., September 11, 1945 - March 20, 1949 (19 items)

                                    Correspondence; electrocardiogram; holographic notes.

 

291-115         Planche, Victor, February 26, 1947 - April 12, 1948 (9 items)

                                    Correspondence; electrocardiogram.

 

291-116         Planche, August, March 20, 1944 - May 13, 1944 (4 items)

                                    Holographic notes; autopsy report.

 

291-117         Glynn, Mary Ann, September 16, 1952 - November 7, 1952 (2 items)

                                    Report; letter received.

 

291-118         Gelbke, Dr. Charles F., January 21, 1943 - January 16, 1948 (4 items)

                                    Electrocardiogram; report.

 

291-119         Galbreath, Major W. R. (Dr.), December 13, 1944 - April 26, 1945 (5 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence.

 

291-120         Gatey, Dr. Tracy, April 14, 1944 - April 18, 1944 (3 items)

                                    Holographic notes; report; typescript.

 

291-121         Feldman, Mrs. Marie, December 4, 1951 - December 5, 1951 (3 items)

                                    Holographic note; correspondence; referred from Dr. Chaille Stovall of Baton Rouge.

 

291-122         Eaton, Dr. Alonzo G., February 2, 1945 - January 23, 1946 (10 items)

                                    Holographic notes; reports; correspondence; leukemia.

 

291-123         Darnell, Mrs. Ruby, August 13, 1943 - February 19, 1947 (50 items)

                                    Lab reports; holographic notes; correspondence; syphilis of the liver; Mrs. Darnell from Pleasant Hill, numerous references to Dr. Prothro.

 

291-124         DeGruy, Mr. L. V., March 17, 1953 - March 19, 1953 (3 items)

                                    Holographic notes; letter sent.

 

291-125         Dansereau, Dr. Henry C., October 26, 1951 - November 6, 1951 (3 items)

                                    Holographic notes; letter sent.

 

291-126         Cenac, William, September 24, 1945 - November 14, 1945 (2 items)

                                    Letter sent; telegram received.

 

291-127         Becker, Minola, October 5, 1940 - September 8, 1942 (20 items)

                                    Holographic note; x-ray reports; correspondence; tuberculosis; referred to Dr. J. Burns Amberson, Jr., Bellevue Hospital, New York City.

 

291-128         Barnette, Leslie, Jr., May 23, 1950 - November 18, 1952 (30 items)

                                    Holographic notes; correspondence; Hodgkins disease; some cor­respondence with Dr. L. L. Davidge of Shreveport; patient appears to be Hull’s nephew; Barnette also seen by Dr. P. A. (Peachy) Gilmer at the Gilmer Chest Hospital in Shreveport; Hull refers to Dr. John L. Pool (New York) for advice and treatment.

 

291-129         Apter, Dr. Leonard, April 22, 1944 - October 21, 1944 (3 items)

                                    Holographic notes; x-ray report; typescript of case history.

 

291-130         Anderson, Dr. G. C., May 13, 1947 (1 item)

                                    Letter sent.

 

                        Subseries VI.2:  American Board of Internal Medicine

 

                        Applicants for certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) are required to provide, along with examination and biographical information, the names of two well-known internists to whom the Board may write for professional and character references.

 

291-131         June 12, 1937 - October 9, 1939 (10 items)

                                    Correspondence relating to the application process and the administra­tion of examinations to candidates.

 

291-132         June 14, 1941 - October 13, 1943 (22 items)

                                    Correspondence on questions of Admitting Departments at Charity Hospital; recommendations for: Marcel Foret; Robert H. Bayley; John S. LaDue; L. C. Paggi; George R. McNeely; Louis Ochs, Jr.

 

291-133         June 11, 1944 - October 10, 1945 (25 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: John E. Garcia; Bernard A. Goldman; Marcel J. Foret; Joe E. Holoubek; Homer J. Dupuy; Willard R. Wirth; Walton R. Akenhead; James Eugene Toups; Frank X. Marino; Phillip W. Horn.

 

291-134         January 29, 1946 - September 27, 1946 (18 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: Walton R. Akenhead; Joseph D. Lea; John H. Seabury; Carl H. Rabin; Sandy B. Carter; Frederick A. Eigenbrod; James L. Kimball; Robert B. Haspel; Sidney H. Tabor.

 

291-135         August 22, 1946 - July 19, 1948 (25 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: Rudolph J. Marshall, Jr.; Sol Stern; William W. Coulter, Jr.; Lucious L. Davidge; Virgil C. Daniels; Norman Burnstein; David E. Fader; Ben R. Heninger.  Also, information regarding New Orleans Academy of Medicine; Touro Infirmary; and resi­dency program at Hotel Dieu.

 

291-136         January 18, 1949 - June 3, 1949 (23 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: Louis Levy II; Franz K. Bauer; Rudolph J. Marshall; Norman Burnstein; Herbert DeNelle Tucker; McLeod Patterson; Henry S. Roane, Jr.; Robert S. Sitkin; Philip B. Johnson; Rudolph J. Marshall, Jr.; Stephen A. Chavez.

 

291-137         January 17, 1950 - December 28, 1950 (27 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: William W. Coulter; Ben R. Heninger; William L. Bain; Raymond Seshul; Sheal Balle; Caryl A. Potter, Jr.; Harry E. Dascomb; Carl J. Gulotta; George M. Anderson; Louis L. Friedman; John A. Worley; John J. Signorelli.

 

291-138         April 23, 1951 - November 30, 1951 (28 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding nominations for: Mims Mitchell; Caryl A. Potter, Jr.; Carl B. Luikart; Howard A. Bouchner [Buechner]; Philip Horn; Paul T. Erickson; Harold J. Jacobs, Jr.; David M. Dumville.  Also correspondence regarding Hull’s service as an “Official Examiner.”

 

291-139         January 9, 1952 - October 7, 1952 (22 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; rec­ommendations for: Frank K. Dienst, Jr.; John T. Luikart; William Luikart; Fred Allison, Jr.; Albert M. Attyah; Andrew Kerr, Jr.

 

291-140         November 22, 1952 - May 21, 1953 (26 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; rec­ommendations for: Thurman T. Justice; Daniel W. Hayes; Ira L. Hewitt; Edwin B. Harris; Leo E. Johns, Jr.; Stuart M. Nicholas; Edward S. Hyman; Louis Levy II; Murrel H. Kaplan; David Buttross.

 

291-141         February 10, 1954 - August 2, 1954 (29 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; recom­mendations for: George W. Allen; Ike Muslow; Leon Kahn; Walter J. Hollis; Charles O. Humphries; Alvin J. Fray; John A. Worley; Carl J. Dicharry; Clay A. Waggenspack, Jr.; Kenneth G. Nix; Harold P. Chastant; David M. Dumville.

 

291-142         February 22, 1955 - July 14, 1955 (22 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; rec­om­mendations for: Irving L. Rosen; Sydney Jacobs; Irving Singer; Rufus H. Craig; Felix Willey; Adolph A. Flores, Jr.; Fred Allison, Jr.; Joe M. MacCurdy.

 

291-143         April 6, 1956 - November 16, 1956 (18 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; recom­mendations for: Augustus F. Bloodworth; Kopel Burk; Mignon W. Jumel; John S. Salatich; Meyer Sutton; Hulon Lott; Sidnary Mack; William W. Coulter, Jr.

 

291-144         March 18, 1957 - July 1, 1957 (18 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; rec­om­mendations for: Saul F. Landry, Jr.; Maury W. Bronstein; John Barry Bobear; Robert D. Lyons; Oscar Alvarez; James W. Wilson, Jr.; C. Adrien Bodet, Jr.

 

291-145         December 31, 1957 - October 29, 1958 (25 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; recom­mendations for: Albert S. Johnson; Jorge Martinez-Lopez; Warren J. Boyer; Jack P. Rule; Ralph Levin; Ortha J. Barnette; George R. Smith, Jr.; William W. Coulter, Jr.

 

291-146         March 13, 1959 - June 9, 1959 (10 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: David J. Mykoff; Meyer Kaplan; Robert J. McHardy; Milton J. Liberman; John P. McNulty.

 

291-147         May 24, 1960 - January 6, 1961 (14 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding exam preparation and administration; recom­mendations for: A. J. Jumonville; Gilbert M. Echelman; John C. Floyd, Jr.; Beach A. Brooks; David L. Jones; Kenneth McLeod, Jr.; Charles Banov.

 

 

Series VII.  Letters of Recommendation

 

291-148         July 1, 1953 - November 24, 1953 (32 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Walter J. Burdette; Giulio Tori; Malcolm E. White; Arthur B. Gregory, Jr.; Lamar Bain; Leon Bultman; Tadeusz B. Lash; L. L. Davidge; George Jones; Reuben Eisenstein; Preston G. McLean; John C. Floyd; Nathan Kern; Leonard Higgins; J. Felix Morel; Robert Hardesty; Pierre Espenan; Emily Jones.

 

291-149         December 10, 1953 - December 21, 1954 (68 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Anna Costanza Plauche; Ralph Levin; John S. Salatich; Charles Schober; Burford Keith Welch; Kopel Burk; J. Felix Morel; Fred Allison; M. Ney Williams; Edgar I. Maddry; Charles Armistead; Dick Fowler; Mahdi Murtadha; D. J. Geraci; Dr. Fray; Eugene R. Atherton; Halcyon Sutherland; Thomas J. Lawrence; J. M. Pomeroy; Irving Singer; Joseph J. Duerkson; Lynwood James Brassett; Robert H. Hanson; David Dent; John W. Brueck; James M. Hamilton; Jack M. Weisler; Jack Zoller; Ira Lee Hewitt; George A. Pettit; Vela H. Cleve­land; Oscar Alvarez; Mignon W. Jumel; Joe McCurdy; S. M. Wingo; Robert Lee North.  Some recom­menda­tions written by Walton R. Akenhead.

 

291-150         December 27, 1954 - November 22, 1955 (58 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Ralph Levin; Salvador L. Canale; Fred Allison; Irving Singer; Alfred P. Owen; Charles W. Armistead; Shirley McCluer; A. J. Nicholas; Carl J. Dicharry; Louis Bur­roughs; Herbert deNelle Tucker; William M. Roeling; Ellie Unsoeld; James W. Wilson; William E. Stone; Dewey Dale Archer; William Carey Stephens; William Carter Terral; Gordon McHardy; Vincent Paul Blandino; Joseph Ferand Dastugue, Jr.; Oscar Alvarez; Andrew Kerr, Jr.; Elance G. Fishter; Robert Dillenkoffer; William G. Nothacker; Richard B. Langford; James Foster Huff; George S. Bourgeois; Maury Bronstein; C. A. Bodet, Jr.  Some recommendations written by Walton R. Akenhead.

 

291-151         January 6, 1956 - December 18, 1956 (42 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Seldon J. Deshotels; O. J. Barnette (Hull’s nephew); Truman Simmons; Hulon A. Lott; Robert B. Hornberger; Dr. Durlocher; Russell L. Holman; W. F. Guerriero; John W. Brueck; C. Bertling Smith; Donald Gremillion; Charles D. Muller; Karl Bolten; James W. Wade III; Lynwood J. Brassett; George E. Thomas; J. Ralph Meier; George R. Meneely; Eugene R. Atherton; Louis Levy II; Salvaggio, and Firestone.  Several recommendations written by Walton R. Akenhead.

 

291-152         February 21, 1957 - December 17, 1957 (56 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Rotusk W. Osborn III; Roy Landry; Albert James Clugston; James E. Hand; A. F. Blood­worth; John H. Seabury; Thorpe Ray; Louis Levy II; M. J. Liberman; Lee E. Hartman; Robert D. Lyons; Rudolph J. Marshall, Jr.; Warren Boyer; Oscar Ray Griffen; Adrienne Aitkins; Walter H. Pugh; David L. Jones; Meyer Kaplan; James L. Boudreaux; Frank P. Incaprera; Robert Dillen Koffer; Edward D. Piatt; Eustus D. Witson; Albin Steiner; Robert Ira Westbrook, Jr.; Bernard Hirsch; Edward H. DeMauy; Conrad Herr.

 

291-153         December 31, 1957 - December 18, 1958 (70 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Gene D. Moore; James L. Prejean; Theodore G. Smith; Preston McLean (some of this correspondence dates to September 27, 1951); John R. Romero, Jr.; John Arnold (recommended for position at LSUNO); Ike Muslow; Gilbert Echelmon; Leon Johns; Walton Welzant; David L. Jones; William K. Smith; Edward D. Pratt; C. D. Delery; John C. Greco; Bruse S. Olsen; John W. Wideman; Verne Shaver; Walter Bortz; Irving Singer; Lee I. Schocket; Merrick J. Wyble; Meyer Kaplan; Harold Voss; Dan Mattson; Charles P. Graceffo; Frank X. Marino; William J. Wylie, Jr.

 

291-154         December 18, 1958 - December 4, 1959 (64 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Ann Foley; R. L. DiBenedetto; Robert Trace; Wilmer F. West; Robert G. Jarrell; George E. Thomas; Billy H. Hines; Anthony J. Ponseti; Joe L. Simpson; James Y. H. Hsueh (relates to Hull’s interval as consultant in Taiwan); Marjorie H. Fox; J. R. Bozeman; Ralph Levin; V. L. Thibodeaux; Donald Adrian Hesse; Cecil L. Franklin; Boniface L. Lin; William Giddens; Charles Ling Ching; Charles H. Banov; Jesse Ann B. Herr; Walter M. Bortz; Francisco Manuel Gonzales; Benito Odulio; Carl Dicharry; George Dunn.

 

291-155         January 18, 1960 - December 16, 1960 (55 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Kenneth McLeod, Jr.; Herbert E. Cannon; Oscar M. Alvarez; David Mykoff; Charles L. Ching; Sanford Pailet; Roy J. Dugas; Richard Zieglar; Thomas D. Peyton; David W. Goldman; Charles Arnold; Alcee J. Jumonville; Charles A. Keller, Jr.; Dr. Lott; Marcus L. Pittman; Thomas E. Tate; Dr. Solomon; Bert Ducote; J. Clark Ford; Charles Paul Graceffo; Lisso Nachman; Melvin Morgan; Arnold Roufa; Mike Burvant; John Salvaggio.

 

291-156         July 22, 1960 - December 19, 1961 (90 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Alvin Fray; Morton Solomon; Robert H. Bayley; J. Clark Ford; James A. Meyers; William J. Wylie, Jr.; Felix Roberts; Zenas McDonald; Otto Estes; Frank A. Puyau; Nolan A. Theriot; Charles L. Ching; Norman S. Gilbert; Harold J. DeBlanc; Dr. McKnight; Dr. Mattson; Wanda M. Trawick; Roy B. Sessions; Barbara Marino; James Alfred Meyers; Allen C. Barnes; Murphy M. Sims; Mark Roy; Alfred A. Olinde; Philbert J. Demarie; Jack Perry Strong; Robert Westbrook, Jr.; Charles H. Banov; Kopel Burk; Claude R. Gentry; Gilbert McMahon; Lisso Nachman; Charles Bertrand; Dr. Herr; James H. Lashley; Yihony Kong (relates to Formosa trip); Paul M. Balagman; Charles H. Tan (relates to Formosa trip); Patricia Monte; Edward F. Kramer, Jr., and Georgia L. Kramer; John D. Lenton; Robert L. Yager; Charles A. Ammon; Chin-Sung Chang (relates to Formosa trip); Peter C. Gazes; Rosalind Novivk; Charles Brown, Jr.

 

291-157         December 5, 1961 - December 27, 1962 (102 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Salvador J. Cefalu; Thaddeus P. Fryczynski; Abe Mickal; William W. Frye; Thomas N. Carmena; Irving L. Rosen; John Brueck; Tobie Feldman; Lottie B. McWherter; John S. Salatich; William R. Biddens; Edmund H. Crane, Jr.; J. Clark Ford; Roy E. Carta, Jr.; Patrick Riley; Ernest J. Delahaye; Anthony M. Scardino; Hansel Janet; Felix Rabito; Burt Bujard; Charles M. Kantrow, Jr.; Edward Karst; Leslie D. Guidry; Hsueh-Ching Ch’eng (Formosa connection); Celeste G. Wichsa; Derald J. Killett; Elizabeth Faust; Thomas L. Qualey; Charles A. Arnold; M. Lillian Cox; John H. Seabury; Harry Sascomb; F. Tremaine Billings; George R. Meneely; John S. LaDiva; Peter Gazes; Joseph L. Comeaux; Gerald L. Hirbison; James Robert Upp; Sanford L. Pailet; Charles L. Ching; Thomas E. Tate; James A. Robers; Jane A. McKeon; Carl G. Goodman; Robert G. Weilbaecher; Larry McKinstry; Richard Mark Landry; Kenneth Perego; James Suese; Frank A. Hava; Jim Cather, Jr.; Virginia E. Webb; John D. Linton.

 

291-158         December 17, 1962 - December 13, 1963 (70 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Michael U. Burvant; Fathali Borhammanesh; Terry John Fontenot; Harold Brewster; Sidney C. Strickland; Robert B. Akenhead; R. I. Westbrook, Jr.; William August Worner; Harold P. Chastant; James Phillips; Max Lorenz; William J. Wylie; Charles M. Anderson; Joe M. MacCurday; Jack P. Strong; Murphy M. Sims; Spencer E. Berry; E. Hayes Prothro; Lee Irwin Schocket; J. W. Brueck; Charles Dudley Cooksey; Suzanne Dugas; S. J. Phillips; George Risinger; Frederick W. Bennescheidt; Helen K. Van Fossen; Lionel H. Head; Donald Duncan; Hannah B. Woody; Don R. Guzzetta; Frank A. Hava; Joan Crain; Joseph Hevin; Glenn Fowler; Roy B. Sessions; George Rodney Meneely; Joseph A. Roy; Byron E. Strug; Frank M. Houston; Sze-Pias Yank (Formosa connection); Albert R. Corne, Jr.

 

291-159         August 19, 1963 - December 23, 1963 (108 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Edgard R. Anderson; Conrad E. A. Hera; Fathale Borhanmanesh; John E. Ball, Jr.; Francis T. Cazayeaux; Robert C. Blossman; Harold Paul Chastant, Jr.; Earl Assis Munyan, Jr.; Angel Rafael Garcia Marin; David A. Weilbaecher; Uurdett John Moor; Vedat Aksay; David W. Aiken; Charles B. Moore; Jerry Jor­dan; George Silvest; James C. Callaway; Chau-Yuh Lai (Formosa connec­tion); Alphonse L. Drerup, Jr.; Virginia E. Webb; Gould C. Garcia; Ed­ward F. Kramer, Jr.; Howard Sensat, Jr.; Lionel H. Lead; John B. Statler; Johnny Ray Royer; Philip A. Creech; J. E. Ardes; Fred Allison, Jr.; Verne L. Thibodeaux, Jr.; George Pettit; James Dixon Sewell; Cecil Laurence Franklin; Lodestar Lazaro, Jr.; Rudolf E. Wilhelm; James B. Hatchette; Tiberio E. Reyes; William H. Steen, Jr.; Max Lorenz; Richard W. Zieglar; Frances E. Harrington; William J. Wylie, Jr.; Ann Mylius Greer; Gayle F. Wurzlow; Sylvia Heidingsfelder; George A. Creel; Richard L. Bolton; Otis E. Payne; John Roland Thompson; Donald L. Donehugh.

 

291-160         January 15, 1965 - December 2, 1965 (68 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Donald R. Eubanks; Stewart G. Carrington; Robert G. Weilbaecher; Anna Francene Nixon; Shu-yu Lee (Formosa connection); William G. Blackard; Hans D. Som­mer; William O. Jeansonne; Frank Gomila; Mark L. Herman; Charles Mary; Dennis Granberry; John D. Linton; Harold Albert; Gerald S. Berenson; A. Sidney Harris; Francis A. Puyau; Roy J. Ingraffia; Edward E. Thornbill; Joseph L. Abadie; William Gordon Streete; Harold J. DeBlanc, Jr.; George H. Bailey; Gordon McHardy; W. Michael Cross; Miheod Patterson; Alice Boylen; Carol Edward Foti; Sandra J. Caldwell; Vernon Martin Sylvest; Larry J. Hebert; Thomas F. Parker III; Elmore Regamor; Boyd Whitlock.

 

291-161         January 4, 1966 - June 16, 1966 (26 items)

                                    Correspondence regarding recommendations for: Tom Parker; Patrick W. Peavy; Eleanor Claire Justice; Robert B. Bugg; Eli Sorkov; Jones E. Booth; Alice Hull Maier; Juan F. Perez Valladerious; Ike Muslow; Rozelle Hahn; John David Linton; Mary Hite Smith; Lester L. Ducote, Jr.; Moises M. Zomer; Silas O’Quinn; James R. Andrews.

 

 

Series VIII.  NIH Grant Series

 

                               Series documents the applications, renewals, and administration of the financing of Public Health Service Heart Teaching Grant (HT234).

 

291-162         October 20, 1948 - January 15, 1951 (20 items)

                                    Correspondence with National Heart Institute, National Institutes of Health regarding the grant and the expenditure of funds provided.  Also contains National Heart Institute Circular No. 1 (August 1949).

 

291-163         March 14, 1950 - July 21, 1952 (20 items)

                                    Correspondence; progress report; application.

 

291-164         January 9, 1951 - February 11, 1952 (18 items)

                                    Correspondence; progress report; application.

 

291-165         December 4, 1951 - February 20, 1953 (12 items)

                                    Correspondence; progress report; application.

 

291-166         December 8, 1952 - February 24, 1954 (13 items)

                                    Correspondence; progress report; application.

 

291-167         January 4, 1954 - August 13, 1954 (7 items)

                                    Correspondence; application.

 

291-168         December 1, 1954 - May 18, 1956 (10 items)

                                    Correspondence; application.

 

291-169         December 19, 1955 - June 12, 1956 (5 items)

 

291-170         August 24, 1956 - May 5, 1958 (10 items)

                                    Correspondence; progress report; application.

 

291-171         March 1, 1957 - October 16, 1957 (6 items)

                               Application; progress report.

 

291-172         March 1, 1958 - July 30, 1959 (22 items)

                                    Application and ledger sheets.

 

291-173         September 28, 1959 - August 31, 1961 (25 items)

 

291-174         September 27, 1960 - September 1, 1961 (37 items)

                                    Application and ledger sheets.

 

291-175         September 25, 1961 - September 30, 1963 (45 items)

                                    Application, correspondence, ledger sheets.

 

291-176         September 25, 1962 - June 30, 1964 (41 items)

                                    Application, correspondence, ledger sheets.

 

291-177         September 25, 1963 - June 30, 1965 (48 items)

                                    Application, correspondence, ledger sheets.

 

 

Series IX.  Radioactive Isotopes Series

 

291-178         August 2, 1949 - August 25, 1967 (58 items)

                                    Correspondence, applications, authorizations concerning the procurement of radioactive isotopes for use in the treatment of polycythemia vera.  The isotope obtained was Phosphorous 32.  Also what appears to be a list of the patients who received this material.

 

 

Series X.  Pharmaceutical House Series

 

                        Massengill, January 15, 1947 - January 24, 1952 (95 items)

                                    Correspondence, reports, journal articles, medical records documenting clinical investigations conducted by medical school (especially Drs. Paul Hahn and George W. Allen) for the S. E. Massengill Company.  Most of the correspondence is between Hull and George Cronheim, Ph.D., Research Director at Massengill.

                                    Topics investigated or proposed for investigation include: iron absorption in the presence and in the absence of whole liver concentrate; sulfonamide-penicillin mixture in the treatment of acute gonorrhea in the male; the effectiveness of nikethamide tartrate in the treatment of Cheyne-Stokes respiration; testing various throphylline compounds; a salicylate compound called Salcedrox.

 

291-179                                 January 15, 1947 - May 6, 1947.

 

291-180                                 May 4, 1948 - December 27, 1948.

 

291-181                                 January 20, 1949 - December 28, 1949.

 

291-182                                 January 4, 1950 - October 5, 1950.

 

291-183                                 September 7, 1951 - January 24, 1952.

 

 

Series XI.  F. A. Davis Company

 

291-184         September 23, 1940 - February 15, 1963 (124 items)

                                    Correspondence, royalty statements, contracts concerning production of the 4th through 6th editions of Medical Nursing.  Most of the cor­respondence is with J. J. McElroy, Jr., Vice-President of F. A. Davis, and Cecilia M. Perrodin, R.N., co-author.

 

 

Series XII.  Papers and Manuscripts Series

 

291-185         “Errors in Diagnostic Philosophy.”  8th District Medical Society, Alexandria, La., June 4, 1945; Lake Charles, La., February 14, 1946; Pascagoula, MS, June 6, 1945; Montgomery County Medical Society, [?], September 5, 1945.

 

291-186         “Medical Education for the Laity.”  Mississippi State Public Health Association, Jackson, MS, December 11, 1945; published in The Mississippi Doctor (January 1946): 525-528; review essay published in Medical Annals of Dis­trict of Columbia 15 (April 1946): 171-172.

 

291-187         “Bacterial Endocarditis.”  With illustrations.  Co-author: Louis Levy II, M.D.  Symposium on the Heart and Vascular Disease, New Orleans, October 30, 1944.

 

291-188         “Bacterial Endocarditis.”  Regional meeting, American College of Physicians, Memphis, TN, January 25, 1945.

 

291-189         “The Spatial Relationship of Mean Electrocardiographic Axes.”  With Richard Ashman.  [19--].

 

291-190         “Some Medical Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents.”  Opelousas, September 1942.  Excerpts used for paper of same title, Orleans Parish, March 8, 1943.

 

291-191         “The Threat of Tropical Diseases.”  Delta Medical Society, Greenville, MS, April 12, 1944; Fifth District Medical Society, Monroe, June 22, 1944; East Mississippi Medical Society, Meridian, MS, June 29, 1944.

 

291-192         “Cutaneous Leishmaniasis.”  New Orleans Graduate Medical Assembly Clinic, March 1944.

 

291-193         [Untitled].  Discusses Edgar Hull’s opposition to the Wagner-Murray bill.  Orleans Parish meeting, 1944.

 

291-194         “Standard versus Unipolar Extremity Leads in Clinical Electrocardiography.”  Submitted to the Annals of Internal Medicine, September 18, 1948; submitted to the American Heart Journal, March 17, 1949.

 

291-195         Sodeman’s manuscript [19--].

                                    “The Output of the Heart.”

                                    “Valvular Disease of the Heart.”

                                    “Hypertrophy and Dilatation of the Heart.”

 

291-196         “The Effect of Dicumarol Upon the Morbidity and Incidence of Thrombo­embolic Complications in Congestive Heart Failure.”  With George M. Ander­son, M.D., [19--].  Apparently submitted to the American Heart Journal.

 

291-197         “An Evaluation of the Use of Electrocardiography in Clinical Medicine.”  Jefferson County (Birmingham, AL) Medical Society, June 17, 1946.  Correspondence.

 

291-198         “Recent Advances in the Treatment of Heart Disease” and “Diagnosis and Treat­ment of Obscure Fevers.”  North Texas and Southern Oklahoma Fall Post­graduate Conference, Wichita Falls, TX, October 14, 1947.  Sponsored by Wichita County Medical Society.

 

291-199         “Cardiovascular Manifestations of Syphilis.”  [19--].

 

291-200         [Untitled].  Deals with peptic ulcer, [19--].

 

291-201         “Evaluation of Anesthetic Risk.”  Institute of Nurse Anesthetists, New Orleans, May 29, 1947.

 

291-202         [Untitled].  Deals with electrocardiography, [19--].

 

291-203         “The Cause and Effect of Flow Through Defects of the Atrial Septum.”  Submitted to Archives of Internal Medicine, April 15, 1948; submitted to American Journal of Medical Science, June 14, 1948; submitted to American Heart Journal, July 8, 1948 (accepted); copy-edited version with illustrations, American Heart Journal 38 (September 1949): 350-360.

 

291-204         “Impact of General Ethical and Social Trends Upon Medical Care and Upon Medical Education.”  Chairman’s address to Section on Medical Edu­ca­tion, Southern Medical Association, Miami, October 1948.  Published in Southern Medical Journal 41 (December 1948): 1103-1105.

 

291-205         “False Abnormality of Precordial Electrocardiograms Due to the Effects of Changes of Potential at the Remote Electrode.”  With Herbert deNelle Tucker and J. W. Weilbaecher, Jr.  Published in American Heart Journal 26 (July 1948): 135-140.

 

291-206         “Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Hyperthyroidism.”  Rapides Parish, April 1, 1946.

 

291-207         “Differential Diagnosis of Asthma.”  New Orleans Graduate Assembly, Spring 1946.

 

291-208         “The Choice of Leads in Clinical ECG [Electrocardiography].”  Louisiana Heart Association, September 10, 1950.

 

291-209         “Nontraumatic Causes of Back Pain.”  Outline, [19--].

 

291-210         [Untitled].  Deals with categories of medical-dermatologic problems; LSU Dermatology Day, February 14, 1955.

 

291-211         “Emergency Use of Corticoids and Corticotropin.”  Memphis Academy of Internal Medicine, October 22, 1954; Chattanooga, October 1955; revised version, Fall Clinical Conference, Kansas City Southwest Clinical Society, Kansas City, MO, September 24, 1956; abstract in Kansas City Medical Journal.

 

291-212         “Malemedicosis Gravis and Mites: Personal Observations and Reports of Cases.”  Read to meeting for induction of members into AOA, May 24, 1944; Under­graduate Surgical Society, February 4, 1947.

 

291-213         “After Care and Outlook of Persons with Myocardial Infarction.”  Medical Association of Georgia, May 1954; Louisiana State Medical Society, May 1954; Gulf Coast Medical Society, June 1954; [also includes letter about “The Business Man and His Heart,” presented at the Executive Club, April 1954].

 

291-214         “Substernal Pain.”  For ACP [American College of Physicians] course in gastro­enterology at LSU, [19--].

 

291-215         [Untitled].  Notes for “Toxic” talk, University of Mississippi, February 1954.

 

291-216         [Untitled].  Deals with coagulation time; Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine [?], June 1953.

 

291-217         “Decline and Fall of Physical Diagnosis.”  [19--].

 

291-218         “Chronic Non Tuberculosis Pulmonary Disease [?].”  Note cards; Lake Charles, November 21, 1952.

 

291-219         [Untitled].  Deals with misconceptions regarding the usual or common clinical pictures of pulmonary conditions; Oklahoma City Clinical Society, Annual Fall Clinic and Conference, November 1951.

 

291-220         [Untitled].  Problem of too few interns; roundtable discussion of the Council on Medical Education at Southern Medical Association Meeting, Miami, November 12, 1952.

 

291-221         “How to Keep Patients from Dying of Heart Disease.”  Louisiana Academy of General Practitioners, New Orleans, September 11 (or 12), 1952; notes for speech.

 

291-222         “Forward versus Backward Failure of the Heart.”  Kennedy V.A., Hospital, October 6, 1951.

 

291-223         [Untitled].  Hull’s observations on the use of quinidine for myocardial disturbances, Oklahoma City, June 1950.

 

291-224         “Pitfalls in the Use of Precision Methods in the Management of Cardio­vascular Diseases.”  Oklahoma State [?], June 1950; Fifth District [La.?], September 15, 1950.

 

291-225         “Experiences with a New Anticoagulant.”  With George W. Allen, M.D.  An­nual Meeting, Louisiana Heart Association, Baton Rouge, April 26, 1950.

 

291-226         “The Coagulation Time, Its Sensitivity, and What It Measures.”  With George W. Allen, M.D.  [19--].

 

291-227         “Electrocardiographic Changes in Cardiovascular Abnormalities Concomitant with Gastrointestinal Disease.”  ACP [American College of Physicians] Course for Doctors, March 1960.

 

291-228         “Proper Concern for One’s Health.”  Industrial Supervisors, Shreveport, February 20, 1962.

 

291-229         “Internships and Louisiana and LSU.”  For The Tiger Rag, January 25, 1962.

 

291-230         “Present Status of the Problems of Diseases of the Heart and Blood Vessels.”  Outline.  Cardiac Workshop, Pineville, La., October 11, 1961.

 

291-231         “The Teleology of Heart Failure.”  Little Rock Academy of Medicine, April 27, 1960; earlier version with same title presented as Phi Chi Lecture at the Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham, March 6, 1954.

 

291-232         “The Case for Emphasis on Practical and Encyclopedic.”  Report of the First Institute on Clinical Teaching, Association of American Medical Colleges, 1958.

 

291-233         [Untitled].  Presentation as part of panel on arrhythmias, College of Cardiology, Cincinnati, December 6, 1957.

 

291-234         “Etiology and Pathogenesis of Anemias.”  Outline, [19--].

 

291-235         [Untitled].  Deals with interpretation of EKGs by general practitioners; presented as part of review course in Cardiology, University of Mississippi, February 8-12, 1954.

 

291-236         [Untitled].  Hull’s remarks to twenty-fifth graduating class of LSU School of Medicine.

 

291-237         “Emphysema and Emphysemic Heart.”  Outline and notes for remarks on Founders Day, Alexandria, La., January 12, 1957.

 

291-238         “Evils of ECG (Electrocardiography).”  Orleans Parish [Medical Society], December 13, 1948; also at Minden, Natchitoches, Bastrop, and Ruston, La., January 1949.

 

291-239         “The First Days of Our School.”  About Hull’s first twenty-five years at the LSU School of Medicine.

 

291-240         [Untitled].  Regarding a law to recognize and regulate chiropractic in Louisiana.

 

291-241         “Peace to Whom?”  Christmas remarks to the students, [19--].

 

291-242         “Who Is Responsible for What?”  Written for “The Doctor” column in Louisiana Academy of General Practice, March 27, 1956.

 

291-243         “Medical Aspects of the Treatment and Prevention of Disability.”  [19--].

 

291-244         “Whom to Thank for What.”  Tiger Rag, November 1955.

 

291-245         “Manifestation and Treatment of Extra-Intestinal Amebiasis.”  Chattanooga, Tenn., October 1955.

 

291-246         “Variations in the Clinical Picture of Amebic Abscess of the Liver.”  Norfolk, Va., April 1, 1951.

 

291-247         MS on Coarctation of the Aorta.

 

                                    [Untitled].  Address delivered to Houston Society of Internal Medicine, February 24, 1949.

 

                                    “The Pathologic Physiology of Coarctation of the Aorta.”  [19--]

 

                                    “Coarctation of the Aorta: Dynamics of the Circulation and Relationships between Pressures in the Arteries of the Upper and Lower Extremities.”  [19--].

 

291-248         “Postpartal Heart Failures.”  With Eleanor Hidden, M.S., [19--].

 

291-249         “Tuberculosis and Pregnancy.”  For joint meeting of Orleans Parish Medical Society and Obstetrics and Gynecology, May 24, 1943.  File also includes correspondence, research notes, research data, and illustrations.

 

291-250         “Practical Aspects of Water Balance.”  Presented to Staff Meeting, Soniat Memorial Mercy Hospital, November 5, 1941.

 

291-251         [Untitled].  Address to Louisiana Heart Association, Monroe, January 16, 1960, on mission of the association.

 

291-252         “The Future of Internal Medicine.”  Delivered in Alexandria, La., April 4, 1959; notes and reprint “Impacts of General Ethical and Social Trends Upon Medical Care and Upon Medical Education,” Southern Medical Journal 41.12 (December 1948): 1103-1105.

 

 

Series XIII.  Lectures -- Notes and Outlines

 

291-253         “Hyponatremic Syndromes.”  [19--].

 

291-254         “Electrolyte Disturbances in Congestive Heart Failure.”  [19--].

 

291-255         “Medical Stock.”  [19--].

 

291-256         “Dyspnea.”  [19--].

 

291-257         “Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels Amenable to Surgery.”  Presented at Cardiology Day, May 14, 1955.

 

291-258         “Congenital Heart Disease in Adults.”  [19--].

 

291-259         “Differentiation of Cardiac from Gastrointestinal Pain.”  [19--].

 

291-260         “The Prevention of Cardiac Emergencies.”  [19--].

 

291-261         “Drugs to Use and Things to Do in Cardiac Emergencies.”  Presented to Louisiana Academy of General Practitioners, October 1955.

 

291-262         “Angina Pectoris.”  [19--].

 

291-263         “Pain.”  [19--].

 

291-264         “Jaundice.”  [19--].

 

291-265         “Principles in the Management of Heart Failure and Myocardial Infarction, With Emphasis upon the Prevention of Dire Emergencies.”  [19--].

 

291-266         “Etiology and Pathogenesis of Anemias.”  [19--].

 

291-267         [Untitled].  News of current research at LSU.  Address to Orleans Parish Medical Society, October 12, 1953.

 

 

Series XIV.  Departmental Correspondence

 

291-268         July 3, 1944 - December 15, 1944 (8 items)

                                    Letters of resignation; acceptance of diphtheria cases; memorandum concerning treatment of patients with bleeding peptic ulcers and patients with hyperthyroidism.

 

291-269         January 23, 1945 - November 28, 1945 (9 items)

                                    Directory of Department of Medicine staff; Department of Neuro­psychiatry; Hullograms.

 

291-270         January 9, 1946 - December 18, 1946 (26 items)

                                    Efforts to secure the release of doctors from military service.

 

291-271         January 3, 1947 - December 25, 1947 (31 items)

                                    Department of Neuropsychiatry.

 

291-272         January 1, 1948 - December 16, 1948 (58 items)

                                    Letters of resignation and requests for leave; letters of recom­mendation; correspondence relative to application for grant funding; prospective purchase of medical instruments.

 

291-273         January 3, 1949 - November 9, 1959 (22 items)

                                    Charity Hospital; Department of Psychiatry; research grant application.

 

291-274         January 9, 1950 - September 28, 1950 (8 items)

                                    Department of Psychiatry.

 

291-275         September 19, 1951 - November 20, 1951 (8 items)

                                    Charity Hospital.

 

291-276         December 6, 1951 - December 12, 1952 (59 items)

                                    Infectious disease residency; recommendations for promotion; defer­ment for doctors being called to military duty; Dr. Giulio Tori; Tri-State Medical Assembly.

 

291-277         July 24, 1952 - November 24, 1953 (71 items)

                                    Visiting professorship of Dr. Hakki Ogan of Istanbul University, Turkey; deferment of doctors being called to military duty; publication of manuscript by George Allen and Albert Attyah.

 

291-278         January 7, 1954 - December 2, 1954 (14 items)

                                    Recommendations for promotion and merit raises.

 

291-279         January 12, 1955 - December 19, 1955 (15 items)

                                    Typescript of article, “The Venous Hum” by David Buttross, M.D.; Gordon McHardy, M.D.; recommended purchases for the library.

 

291-280         January 30, 1956 - December 27, 1956 (18 items)

                                    Recommendations for promotion; Gordon McHardy, M.D.; John T. Leckert.

 

291-281         January 15, 1957 - December 18, 1957 (26 items)

                                    Recommendations for merit raises; Biennial Report for 1956-1958; gastroenterology (training at LSUMC and residency at Touro); Gordon McHardy, M.D.

 

291-282         January 25, 1958 - June 15, 1958 (11 items)

                                    Recommendations for promotion; completed questionnaire regarding National Academies of Sciences; National Research Council fellows.

 

291-283         February 23, 1959 - December 2, 1959 (8 items)

                                    Recommendations for promotion; Biennial Report for 1959-1960.

 

291-284         March 2, 1960 - March 9, 1960 (2 items)

                                    Recommendations for promotion.

 

 

Series XV.  Income Tax Returns

 

291-285         1934 (1 item)

                                    State of Louisiana joint return of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

291-286         1936 (1 item)

                                    State of Louisiana joint return of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

291-287         1939 (2 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

291-288         1940 (2 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

291-289         1941 (2 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull.

 

291-290         1942 (4 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana returns of Edgar Hull; United States and State of Louisiana returns of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull.

 

291-291         1943 (13 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana returns of Edgar Hull; United States and State of Louisiana returns of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull; related documentation.

 

291-292         1944 (11 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana returns of Edgar Hull; United States and State of Louisiana returns of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull; related documentation.

 

291-293         1945 (8 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana returns of Edgar Hull; State of Louisiana return of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull; related documenta­tion.

291-294         1946 (6 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana returns of Edgar Hull; United States and State of Louisiana returns of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull; related documentation.

 

291-295         1947 (7 items)

                                    United States return of Edgar Hull; United States and State of Louisiana returns of Mrs. Mallory Page Warren Hull; related documenta­tion.

 

291-296         1948 (9 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-297         1949 (2 items)

                                    Statement of tax liability; explanatory letter from Internal Revenue Service.

 

291-298         1950   (6 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-299         1951 (14 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation; letter from Internal Revenue Service.

 

291-300         1952 (13 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation; statement of tax liability; explanatory letter from Internal Revenue Service.

 

291-301         1953 (6 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-302         1954 (9 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation; United States return of Henry A. Rourke.

 

291-303         1955 (11 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-304         1956 (7 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation; Proposed Assessment of Louisiana Income Tax.

 

291-305         1957 (17 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-306         1958 (53 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-307         1959 (13 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-308         1960 (39 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-309         1961   (44 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-310         1962 (54 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-311         1963 (121 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-312         1964 (65 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-313         1965 (79 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-314         1966 (72 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

291-315         1967 (96 items)

                                    United States and State of Louisiana joint returns of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Hull; related documentation.

 

 

VI.  Miscellany

 

291-316         Photographs, n.d., 1942-1943 (5 items)

 

291-317         Certificates and related correspondence, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1964 (5 items)

 

 

 

Name Index

 

 

  A

Abadie, Joseph L.: 291-160

“After Care and Outlook of Persons with Myocardial Infarction”: 291-213

Agency for International Development and Teaching: 291-55

Ahrens, Robert E.: 291-95

Aiken, David W.: 291-159

Aitkins, Adrienne: 291-152

Akenhead, Robert B.: 291-158

Akenhead, Walton R.: 291-68, 291-133, 291-134

Aksay, Vedat: 291-159

Albert, Harold: 291-160

Allen, George W.: 291-141, 291-179 - 291-183, 291-225, 291-277

Allison, Fred: 291-149, 291-150

Allison, Fred, Jr.: 291-139, 291-142, 291-159

Alvarez, Oscar M.: 291-144, 291-149, 291-150, 291-155

American Board of Internal Medicine: 291-131 - 291-147

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China: 291-3

Ammon, Charles A.: 291-156

Anderson, Charles M.: 291-158

Anderson, Edgard R.: 291-159

Anderson, G. C.: 291-130

Anderson, George Mabry: 291-7, 291-137, 291-196

Andrews, James R.: 291-161

“Angina Pectoris”: 291-262

Apter, Leonard: 291-129

Archer, Dewey Dale: 291-150

Ardes, J. E.: 291-159

Armistead, Charles W.: 291-149, 291-150

Army Specialized Training Program: 291-5

Arnold, Charles A.: 291-155, 291-157

Arnold, John: 291-153

Atherton, Eugene R.: 291-149, 291-151

Attyah, Albert M.: 291-139, 291-277

 

B

“Bacterial Endocarditis”: 291-187, 291-188

Bailey, George H.: 291-160

Bain, Lamar: 291-148

Bain, William L.: 291-137

Balagman, Paul M.: 291-156

Ball, John E., Jr.: 291-159

Balle, Sheal: 291-137

Banov, Charles H.: 291-147, 291-154, 291-156

Barnes, Allen C.: 291-156

Barnette, Leslie, Jr.: 291-128

Barnette, Ortha J.: 291-145, 291-151

Bauer, Franz K.: 291-136

Bayley, Robert H.: 291-132, 291-156

Becker, Minola: 291-127

Bennescheidt, Frederick W.: 291-158

Berenson, Gerald S.: 291-160

Berry, Spencer E.: 291-158

Bertrand, Charles: 291-156

Biddens, William R.: 291-157

Billings, F. Tremaine: 291-157

Blackard, William G.: 291-160

Blandino, Vincent Paul: 291-150

Bloodworth, Augustus F.: 291-143, 291-152

Blossman, Robert C.: 291-159

Bobear, John Barry: 291-144

Bodet, C. Adrien, Jr.: 291-144, 291-150

Bolten, Karl: 291-151

Bolton, Richard L.: 291-159

Booth, Jones E.: 291-161

Borhammanesh, Fathali/Fathale: : 291-158, 291-159

Bortz, Walter M.: 291-153, 291-154

Bouchner, Howard A.: 291-138

Boudreaux, James L.: 291-152

Bourgeois, George S.: 291-150

Boyer, Warren J.: 291-145, 291-152

Boylen, Alice: 291-160

Bozeman, J. R.: 291-154

Brassett, Lynwood James: 291-149, 291-151

Brewster, Harold: 291-158

Bronstein, Maury W.: 291-144, 291-150

Brooks, Beach A.: 291-147

Brown, Charles, Jr.: 291-156

Brueck, John W.: 291-149, 291-151, 291-157, 291-158

Buechner, Howard A.: See Bouchner, Howard A.

Bugg, Robert B.: 291-161

Bujard, Burt: 291-157

Bultman, Leon: 291-148

Burdette, Walter J.: 291-148

Burk, Kopel: 291-143, 291-149, 291-156

Burnstein, Norman: 291-135, 291-136

Burroughs, Louis: 291-150

Burvant, Michael U.: 291-155, 291-158

Buttross, David: 291-140, 291-279

 

C

Caldwell, Sandra J.: 291-160

Callaway, James C.: 291-159

Canale, Salvador L.: 291-150

Cannon, Herbert E.: 291-155

“Cardiovascular Manifestations of Syphilis”: 291-199

Carmena, Thomas N.: 291-157

Carrington, Stewart G.: 291-160

Carta, Roy E., Jr.: 291-157

Carter, Sandy B.: 291-134

Carville, La.: 291-49, 291-51

“The Case for Emphasis on Practical and Encyclopedic”: 291-232

Cather, Jim, Jr.: 291-157

“The Cause and Effect of Flow Through Defects of the Atrial Septum”: 291-203

Cazayeaux, Francis T.: 291-159

Cefalu, Salvador J.: 291-157

Cenac, William: 291-126

Centenary College: 291-5

Chang, Chin-Sung: 291-156

Charity Hospital, Lafayette: 291-53

Charity Hospital, New Orleans: 291-1, 291-2, 291-3, 291-4, 291-45, 291-46, 291-57, 291-273, 291-275

Charity Hospital, Shreveport: 291-40

Chastant, Harold Paul, Jr.: 291-141, 291-158, 291-159

Chavez, Stephen A.: 291-136

Ch’eng, Hsueh-Ching: 291-157

Cherry, R. L.: 291-67

Cherry, Sarah: 291-65

Chinese Medical Board of New York: 291-67

Ching, Charles L.: 291-154 - 291-157

“The Choice of Leads in Clinical Ecg [? Electrocardiography]”: 291-208

“Chronic Non Tuberculosis Pulmonary Disease [?]”: 291-218

Cleve­land, Vela H.: 291-149

Clugston, Albert James: 291-152

“The Coagulation Time, Its Sensitivity, and What It Measures”: 291-226

“Coarctation of the Aorta: Dynamics of the Circulation and Relationships between Pressures in the Arteries of the Upper and Lower Extremities”: 291-247

Comeaux, Joseph L.: 291-157

“Congenital Heart Disease in Adults”: 291-258

Cooksey, Charles Dudley: 291-158

Corne, Albert R., Jr.: 291-158

Coulter, William W., Jr.: 291-135, 291-137, 291-143, 291-145

Cox, M. Lillian: 291-157

Craig, Rufus H.: 291-142

Crain, Joan: 291-158

Crane, Edmund H., Jr. 291-157

Creech, Philip A.: 291-159

Creel, George A.: 291-159

Cronheim, George: 291-179 - 291-183

Cross, W. Michael: 291-160

“Cutaneous Leishmaniasis”: 291-192

 

D

Daniels, Virgil C.: 291-135

Dansereau, Henry C.: 291-125

Darnell, Ruby, Mrs.: 291-123

Dascomb, Harry E.: 291-137

Dastugue, Joseph Ferand, Jr.: 291-150

Davidge, Lucious L.: 291-128, 291-135, 291-148

Davis (F. A.) Company: 291-184

DeBlanc, Harold J.: 291-156

DeBlanc, Harold J., Jr.: 291-160

DeGruy, L. V.: 291-124

Delahaye, Ernest J.: 291-157

Delery, C. D.: 291-153

Demarie, Philbert J.: 291-156

DeMauy, Edward H.: 291-152

Dent, David: 291-149

Deshotels, Seldon J.: 291-151

“Diagnosis and Treat­ment of Obscure Fevers”: 291-198

DiBenedetto, R. L.: 291-154

Dicharry, Carl J.: 291-141, 291-150, 291-154

Dienst, Frank K., Jr.: 291-139

“Differential Diagnosis of Asthma”: 291-207

“Differentiation of Cardiac from Gastro­intestinal Pain”: 291-259

Dillenkoffer, Robert: 291-150

“Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels Amenable to Surgery”: 291-257

Donehugh, Donald L.: 291-159

Drerup, Alphonse L., Jr.: 291-159

“Drugs to Use and Things to Do in Cardiac Emergencies”: 291-261

Ducote, Bert: 291-155

Ducote, Lester L., Jr.: 291-161

Duerkson, Joseph J.: 291-149

Dugas, Roy J.: 291-155

Dugas, Suzanne: 291-158

Dumville, David M.: 291-138, 291-141

Duncan, Donald: 291-158

Dunn, George: 291-154

Dupuy, Homer J.: 291-133

Durlocher, ----, Dr.: 291-151

“Dyspnea”: 291-256

 

E

Eaton, Alonzo G.: 291-122

Echelmon, Gilbert: 291-147, 291-153

“The Effect of Dicumarol Upon the Morbid­ity and Incidence of Thromboembolic Complications in Congestive Heart Fail­ure”: 291-196

Eigenbrod, Frederick A.: 291-134

Eisenstein, Reuben: 291-148

“Electrocardiographic Changes in Cardio­vascular Abnormalities Concomitant with Gastrointestinal Disease”: 291-227

“Electrolyte Disturbances in Congestive Heart Failure”: 291-254

“Emergency Use of Corticoids and Cortico­tropin”: 291-211

“Emphysema and Emphysemic Heart”: 291-237

Equipment inventory: 291-29 - 291-36

Erickson, Paul T.: 291-138

“Errors in Diagnostic Philosophy”: 291-185

Espenan, Pierre: 291-148

Estes, Otto: 291-156

“Etiology and Pathogenesis of Anemias”: 291-234, 291-266

Eubanks, Donald R.: 291-160

“Evaluation of Anesthetic Risk”: 291-201

“An Evaluation of the Use of Electrocardi­ography in Clinical Medicine”: 291-197

“Evils of Ecg (Electrocardiography)”: 291-238

“Experiences with a New Anticoagulant”: 291-225

 

F

Fader, David E.: 291-135

“False Abnormality of Precordial Electro­cardiograms Due to the Effects of Changes of Potential at the Remote Electrode”: 291-205

Faust, Elizabeth: 291-157

Feldman, Marie: 291-121

Feldman, Tobie: 291-157

Firestone, ----: 291-151

“The First Days of Our School [LSU School of Medicine]”: 291-239

Fishter, Elance G.: 291-150

Flores, Adolph A., Jr.: 291-142

Floyd, John C., Jr.: 291-147, 291-148

Foley, Ann: 291-154

Fontenot, Terry John: 291-158

Ford, J. Clark: 291-155, 291-157

Ford, Robert S.: 291-54

Foret, Marcel J.: 291-132, 291-133

“Forward versus Backward Failure of the Heart”: 291-222

Foti, Carol Edward: 291-160

Fowler, Dick: 291-149

Fowler, Glenn: 291-158

Fox, Marjorie H.: 291-154

Franklin, Cecil Laurence: 291-154, 291-159

Fray, ----, Dr.: 291-149

Fray, Alvin: 291-141, 291-156

Friedman, Louis L.: 291-137

Fryczynski, Thaddeus P.: 291-157

Frye, William W.: 291-40, 291-157

Fulbright Teaching Fellowship: 291-42, 291-44

“The Future of Internal Medicine”: 291-252

 

G

Galbreath, W. R.: 291-119

Garcia, Gould C.: 291-159

Garcia, John E.: 291-133

Garcia Marin, Angel Rafael: 291-159

Gatey, Tracy: 291-120

Gautier, John D.: 291-48

Gazes, Peter C.: 291-156, 291-157

Gelbke, Charles F.: 291-118

Gentry, Claude R.: 291-156

Georgia Heart Association: 291-42

Geraci, D. J.: 291-149

Giddens, William: 291-154

Gilbert, Norman S.: 291-156

Glynn, Mary Ann: 291-117

Goldman, Bernard A.: 291-133

Goldman, David W.: 291-155

Gomila, Frank: 291-160

Gonzales, Francisco Manuel: 291-154

Goodman, Carl G.: 291-157

Graceffo, Charles Paul: 291-153, 291-155

Graffagnino, F., Mrs.: 291-70

Granberry, Dennis: 291-160

Greco, John C.: 291-153

Greer, Ann Mylius: 291-159

Gregory, Arthur B., Jr.: 291-148

Gremillion, Donald: 291-151

Griffen, Oscar Ray: 291-152

Grundmeyer, Joseph A., Mrs.: 291-71

Guerriero, W. F.: 291-151

Guidry, Leslie D.: 291-157

Gulotta, Carl J.: 291-137

Guzzetta, Don R.: 291-158

 

H

Hahn, Paul: 291-179 - 291-183

Hahn, Rozelle: 291-161

Hamilton, James M.: 291-149

Hand, James E.: 291-152

Hanson, Robert H.: 291-149

Hardesty, Robert: 291-148

Harrington, Frances E.: 291-159

Harris, A. Sidney: 291-160

Harris, Edwin B.: 291-140

Hartman, Lee E.: 291-152

Haspel, Robert B.: 291-134

Hatcher, W. B.: 291-72

Hatchette, James B.: 291-159

Hava, Frank A.: 291-157, 291-158

Hayes, Daniel W.: 291-140

Head, Lionel H.: 291-158

Hebert, Larry J.: 291-160

Heidingsfelder, Sylvia: 291-159

Heninger, Ben R.: 291-135, 291-137

Hera, Conrad E. A.: 291-159

Herman, Mark L.: 291-160

Herr, ----, Dr.: 291-156

Herr, Conrad: 291-152

Herr, Jesse Ann B.: 291-154

Hesse, Donald Adrian: 291-154

Hevin, Joseph: 291-158

Hewitt, Ira Lee: 291-140, 291-149

Hidden, Eleanor: 291-248

Higgins, Leonard: 291-148

Hines, ----, Father: 291-73

Hines, Billy H.: 291-154

Hirbison, Gerald L.: 291-157

Hirsch, Bernard: 291-152

Hirsch, E. K. “Eddie”: 291-74

Hitt, ----, Mrs.: 291-75

Hodges, C. B.: 291-76

Hollis, Walter J.: 291-141

Holman, Russell L.: 291-151

Holoubek, Joe E.: 291-133

Horn, Philip: 291-138

Horn, Phillip W.: 291-133

Hornberger, Robert B.: 291-151

Hotel Dieu: 291-54, 291-135

Hotel Dieu School of Nursing: 291-5

Houston, Frank M.: 291-158

“How to Keep Patients from Dying of Heart Disease”: 291-221

Hsueh, James Y. H.: 291-154

Huff, James Foster: 291-150

Hull, Alice R.: 291-53, 291-54, 291-285 - 291-315

Hull, Mallory Page Warren: 291-289 - 291-294

Humphries, Charles O.: 291-141

Hunter, Melville: 291-78

Husband, H. A., Mrs.: 291-77

Hyman: Edward S.: 291-140

“Hypertrophy and Dilatation of the Heart”: 291-195

“Hyponatremic Syndromes”: 291-253

 

I

“Impact of General Ethical and Social Trends Upon Medical Care and Upon Medical Education”: 291-204

Incaprera, Frank P.: 291-152

Ingraffia, Roy J.: 291-160

International Cooperation Administration: 291-50, 291-66 - 291-68

“Internships and Louisiana and LSU”: 291-229

 

J

Jacobs, Harold J., Jr.: 291-138

Jacobs, Sydney: 291-142

Jacoby, Alfred: 291-79

Janet, Hansel: 291-157

Jarrell, Robert G.: 291-154

“Jaundice”: 291-264

Jeansonne, William O.: 291-160

Johns, Leo E., Jr.: 291-140

Johns, Leon: 291-153

Johnson, Albert S.: 291-145

Johnson, Philip B.: 291-136

Jones, David L.: 291-147, 291-152, 291-153

Jones, Emily: 291-148

Jones, George: 291-148

Jordan, Jerry: 291-159

Jumel, Mignon W.: 291-143, 291-149

Jumonville, Alcee J.: 291-147, 291-155

Justice, Eleanor Claire: 291-161

Justice, Thurman T.: 291-140

 

K

Kahn, Leon: 291-141

Kantrow, Charles M., Jr.: 291-157

Kaplan, Meyer: 291-146, 291-152, 291-153

Kaplan, Murrel H.: 291-140

Karst, Edward: 291-157

Keller, Charles A., Jr.: 291-155

Kennon, Robert: 291-44

Kern, Nathan: 291-148

Kerne, Leo J.: 291-93

Kerr, Andrew, Jr.: 291-139, 291-150

Killett, Derald J.: 291-157

Kimball, James L.: 291-134

Knoblach, Francis L.: 291-80

Knott, W. M. (Milton): 291-81

Koffer, Robert Dillen: 291-152

Kong, Yihony: 291-156

Korean Conflict: 291-10, 291-43

Kramer, Edward F., Jr.: 291-156, 291-159

Kramer, Georgia L.: 291-156

 

L

LaDiva, John S.: 291-157

Ladner, J. Hugh, Mrs.: 291-82

LaDue, John S.: 291-132

Lai, Chau-Yuh: 291-159

Landry, Richard Mark: 291-157

Landry, Roy: 291-152

Landry, Saul F., Jr.: 291-144

Langford, Richard B.: 291-150

Lash, Tadeusz B.: 291-148

Lashley, James H.: 291-156

Lawrence, Thomas J.: 291-149

Lazaro, Lodestar, Jr.: 291-159

Lea, Joseph D.: 291-134

Lead, Lionel H.: 291-159

LeBlanc, J. Burton, Sr.: 291-94

Leckert, John T.: 291-280

Lee, Shu-yu: 291-160

Lenton, John D.: 291-156

Levin, Ralph: 291-145, 291-149, 291-150, 291-154

Levy, Louis, II: 291-136, 291-140, 291-151, 291-152

Lieberman, Milton J.: 291-146, 291-152

Lin, Boniface L.: 291-154

Linton, John David: 291-157, 291-160, 291-161

Lippard, Vernon W.: 291-6, 291-40

Lorenz, Max: 291-158, 291-159

Lott, ----, Dr.; 291-155

Lott, Hulon: 291-143, 291-151

Louisiana Civil Service System: 291-2

Louisiana Department of Hospitals: 291-11

Louisiana State University: 291-1, 291-2, 291-3, 291-6, 291-7, 291-11, 291-16, 291-38 - 291-39, 291-60, 291-61, 291-67, 291-239

Louisiana State University, Shreveport: 291-58 - 291-60

Luikart, Carl B.: 291-138

Luikart, John T.: 291-139

Luikart, William: 291-139

Lynch, Byrne,: 291-83

Lynch, V., Mrs.: 291-84

Lyons, Robert D.: 291-144, 291-152

 

M

MacCurdy, Joe M.: 291-142, 291-158

Mack, Sidnary: 291-143

Maddry, Edgar I.: 291-149

Maier, Alice Hull: 291-161

“Malemedicosis Gravis and Mites: Personal Observations and Reports of Cases”: 291-212

“Manifestation and Treatment of Extra-Intestinal Amebiasis”: 291-245

Marino, Barbara: 291-156

Marino, Frank X.: 291-133, 291-153

Marshall, Rudolph J., Jr.: 291-135, 291-136, 291-152

Marten, J. Henry: 291-85     

Martin, Dawson: 291-89

Martinez-Lopez, Jorge: 291-145

Mary, Charles: 291-160

Massengill (S. E.) Company: 291-179 - 291-183

Mattson, ----, Dr.: 291-156

Mattson, Dan: 291-153

McCluer, Shirley: 291-150

McCurdy, Joe: 291-149

McDonald, Zenas: 291-156

McElroy, J. J., Jr.: 291-184

McHardy, Gordon: 291-150, 291-160, 291-279 - 291-281

McHardy, Robert J.: 291-146

McKeon, Jane A.: 291-157

McKinstry, Larry: 291-157

McKnight, ----, Dr.: 291-156

McLean, Preston G.: 291-148, 291-153

McLeod, Kenneth, Jr.: 291-147, 291-155

McLeod, Max: 291-86

McMahon, Gilbert: 291-156

McNeely, George R.: 291-132

McNulty, John P.: 291-146

McWherter, Lottie B.: 291-157

“Medical Aspects of the Treatment and Prevention of Disability”: 291-243

“Medical Education for the Laity”: 291-186

“Medical Stock”: 291-255

Meier, J. Ralph: 291-151

Meneely, George Rodney: 291-2, 291-151, 291-157, 291-158

Meyers, James Alfred: 291-156

Mickal, Abe: 291-157

Miltenberger, E. J., Mrs.: 291-87

Mitchell, Mims: 291-138

Montagnino, Joseph: 291-97

Monte, Patricia: 291-156

Montero, John, Jr.: 291-88

Moor, Uurdett John: 291-159

Moore, Charles B.: 291-159

Moore, Gene D.: 291-153

Morel, J. Felix Morel: 291-148, 291-149

Morgan, Melvin: 291-155

Mosely, C. H.: 291-90

Muller, Charles D.: 291-151

Munyan, Earl Assis, Jr.: 291-159

Murtadha, Mahdi: 291-149

Muslow, Ike: 291-141, 291-153, 291-161

Mykoff, David: 291-146, 291-155

 

N

Nachman, Lisso: 291-155, 291-156

National Academies of Sciences: 291-282

National Heart Institute: 291-162

National Institutes of Health: 291-162

National Research Council: 291-282

National Taiwan University: 291-50, 291-64 - 291-69

New Orleans Academy of Medicine: 291-135

Newbilt, H. Page: 291-91

Nicholas, A. J.: 291-150

Nicholas, Stuart M.: 291-140

Nix, J. T.: 291-92

Nix, Kenneth G.: 291-141

Nixon, Anna Francene: 291-160

“Nontraumatic Causes of Back Pain”: 291-209

North, Robert Lee: 291-149

Nothacker, William G.: 291-150

Novivk, Rosalind: 291-156

 

O

O.J.’s Beauty Lotion: 291-40, 291-51, 291-53, 291-54, 291-57, 291-58

O’Quinn, Silas: 291-161

Ochs, Louis, Jr.: 291-132

Odulio, Benito: 291-154

Ogan, Hakki: 291-277

Oklahoma State Medical Association: 291-42

Olinde, Alfred A.: 291-156

Olsen, Bruse S.: 291-153

Osborn, Rotusk W., III: 291-152

“The Output of the Heart”: 291-195

Owen, Alfred P.: 291-150

 

P

Paggi: L. C.: 291-132

Pailet, Sanford L.: 291-157, 291-155

“Pain”: 291-263

Parker, Thomas F., III: 291-160, 291-161

Pathologic Physiology (Sodeman): 291-48

“The Pathologic Physiology of Coarctation of the Aorta”: 291-247

Patterson, McLeod: 291-136

Patterson, Miheod: 291-160

Payne, Otis E.: 291-159

“Peace to Whom?”: 291-241

Peavy, Patrick W.: 291-161

Perego, Kenneth: 291-157

Perez Valladerious, Juan F.: 291-161

Perrodin, Cecilia M.: 291-184

Perrodin, J. H. (Joseph): 291-96

Pettit, George A.: 291-149, 291-159

Peyton, Thomas D.: 291-155

Phillips, James: 291-158

Phillips, S. J.: 291-158

Physical Examination in Health and Disease (Kampmeier): 291-47

Piatt, Edward D.: 291-152

“Pitfalls in the Use of Precision Methods in the Management of Cardio­vascular Diseases”: 291-224

Pittman, Marcus L.: 291-155

Planche, August: 291-116

Planche, Victor: 291-115

Plauche, Anna Costanza: 291-149

Pomeroy, J. M.: 291-149

Ponseti, Anthony J.: 291-154

Porche, Laban J.: 291-114

“Postpartal Heart Failures”: 291-248

Potter, Caryl A., Jr.: 291-137, 291-138

“Practical Aspects of Water Balance”: 291-250

Pratt, Edward D.: 291-153

Prejean, James L.: 291-153

“Present Status of the Problems of Diseases of the Heart and Blood Vessels”: 291-230

“The Prevention of Cardiac Emergencies”: 291-260

“Principles in the Management of Heart Failure and Myocardial Infarction, With Emphasis upon the Prevention of Dire Emergencies”: 291-265

Promotion documents: 291-19 - 291-28

“Proper Concern for One’s Health”: 291-228

Prothro, E. Hayes: 291-158

Prothro Clinic: 291-40

Public Health Service Heart Teaching Grant (HT234): 291-162 - 291-177

Pugh, Walter H.: 291-152

Puyau, Francis A.: 291-156, 291-160

Puyau, Frank A.: See Puyau, Francis A.

 

Q

Qualey, Thomas L.: 291-157

 

R

Rabin, Carl H.: 291-134

Rabito, Felix: 291-157

Radioactive isotopes: 291-178

Ray, Thorpe: 291-152

“Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Treat­ment of Hyperthyroidism”: 291-206

“Recent Advances in the Treatment of Heart Disease”: 291-198

Regamor, Elmore: 291-160

Reports: 291-9, 291-11, 291-13, 291-14, 291-15, 291-17, 291-283

Reyes, Tiberio E.: 291-159

Reynolds, Chapman: 291-113

Riley, Patrick: 291-157

Risinger, George: 291-158

Roane, Henry S., Jr.: 291-136

Robers, James A.: 291-157

Roberts, Felix: 291-156

Roeling, William M.; 291-150

Romero, John R., Jr.: 291-153

Rosen, Irving L.: 291-142, 291-157

Roufa, Arnold: 291-155

Rourke, Henry A.: 291-302

Rowley, Celestine Francis: 291-111

Roy, Joseph A.: 291-158

Roy, Mark: 291-156

Royer, Johnny Ray: 291-159

Rule, Jack P.: 291-145

 

S

Sadler, Paul H., Mrs.: 291-112

Salatich, John S.: 291-143, 291-149, 291-157

Salvaggio, ----: 291-151

Salvaggio, John: 291-155

Sascomb, Harry: 291-157

Saunders, Paul H.: 291-110

Scardino, Anthony M.: 291-157

Schober, Charles: 291-149

Schocket, Lee Irwin: 291-153, 291-158

Seabury, John H.: 291-134, 291-152, 291-157

Sensat, Howard, Jr.: 291-159

Seshul, Raymond: 291-137

Sessions, Roy B.: 291-156, 291-158

Sewell, James Dixon: 291-159

Shaver, Verne: 291-153

Shushan, Morris: 291-1

Signorelli, John J.: 291-137

Silvest, George: 291-159

Simmons, Truman: 291-151

Simpson, Joe L.: 291-154

Sims, Murphy M.: 291-156, 291-158

Singer, Irving: 291-142, 291-149, 291-150, 291-153

Sitkin, Robert S.: 291-136

Smith, C. Bertling: 291-151

Smith, George R., Jr.: 291-145

Smith, Mary Hite: 291-161

Smith, Theodore G.: 291-153

Smith, William K.: 291-153

Solomon, ----, Dr.: 291-155

Solomon, Morton: 291-156

“Some Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents”: 291-190

Sommer, Hans D.: 291-160

Sorkov, Eli: 291-161

South, J. S., Mrs.: 291-109

“The Spatial Relationship of Mean Electro­cardiographic Axes”: 291-189

“Standard versus Unipolar Extremity Leads in Clinical Electrocardiography”: 291-194

Statler, John B.: 291-159

Steen, William H., Jr.: 291-159

Steiner, Albin: 291-152

Stephens, William Carey: 291-150

Stern, Sol: 291-135

Stewart, Chester A.: 291-108

Stewart, W. B.: 291-107

Stoke, ----: 291-41

Stone, William E.: 291-150

Streete, William Gordon: 291-160

Strickland, Sidney C.: 291-158

Strong, Jack Perry: 291-156, 291-158

Strug, Byron E.: 291-158

“Substernal Pain”: 291-214

Suese, James: 291-157

Sutherland, Halcyon: 291-149

Sutton, Meyer: 291-143

Sylvest, Vernon Martin: 291-160

 

T

Tabor, Sidney H.: 291-134

Taiwan: 291-50, 291-51, 291-60, 291-69

Taiwan Tirade: 291-64, 291-65

Tan, Charles H.: 291-156

Tate, Thomas E.: 291-155, 291-157

“The Teleology of Heart Failure”: 291-231

Terral, William Carter: 291-150

Terrebonne, Roselives J.: 291-106

Theriot, Nolan A.: 291-156

Thibodeaux, Verne L., Jr.: 291-154, 291-159

Thomas, George E.: 291-151, 291-154

Thompson, John Roland: 291-159

Thornbill, Edward E.: 291-160

“The Threat of Tropical Diseases”: 291-191

Tori, Giulio: 291-148, 291-276

Toups, James Eugene: 291-133

Touro Infirmary: 291-48, 291-135

Trace, Robert: 291-154

Trawick, Wanda M.: 291-156

Tri-State Medical Assembly: 291-276

Truax, William T.: 291-105

“Tuberculosis and Pregnancy”: 291-249

Tuberville, John K., M.D.: 291-104

Tucker, Herbert deNelle: 291-136, 291-150, 291-205

Tujaque, Albert: 291-103

Tulane University: 291-2, 291-11

Turner, Cecil: 291-98

 

U

University of Bologna, Italy: 291-10, 291-41, 291-44, 291-61 - 291-63

University of Costa Rica: 291-15, 291-16, 291-55, 291-58

University of Mississippi: 291-4

Unsoeld, Ellie: 291-150

Upp, James Robert: 291-157

USPHS Hospital (Carville, La.): 291-49, 291-51

 

V

“Valvular Disease of the Heart”: 291-195

Van Fossen, Helen K.: 291-158

“Variations in the Clinical Picture of Amebic Abcess of the Liver”: 291-246

“The Venous Hum”: 291-279

Vidrine, Arthur: 291-48

Voss, Harold: 291-153

 

  W

Wade, James W., III: 291-151

Waggenspack, Clay A., Jr.: 291-141

Webb, Virginia E.: 291-157, 291-159

Weeks, Edward T., Jr.: 291-102

Wegmann, John C.: 291-101

Weilbaecher, David A.: 291-159

Weilbaecher, J. W., Jr.: 291-205

Weilbaecher, Robert G.: 291-157, 291-160

Weisler, Jack M.: 291-149

Welch, Burford Keith: 291-149

Welzant, Walton: 291-153

West, Wilmer F.: 291-154

Westbrook, Robert Ira, Jr.: 291-152, 291-156, 291-158

White, Malcolm E.: 291-148

Whitlock, Boyd: 291-160

“Who Is Responsible for What?”: 291-242

“Whom to Thank for What”: 291-244

 

Wichsa, Celeste G.: 291-157

Wideman, John W.: 291-153

Wilhelm, Rudolf E.: 291-159

Willey, Felix: 291-142

Williams, M. Ney: 291-149

Williams, Nay: 291-100

Willis, C. L.: 291-99

Wilson, James W., Jr.: 291-144, 291-150

Wingo, S. M.: 291-149

Wirth, Willard R.: 291-133

Witson, Eustus D.: 291-152

Woody, Hannah B.: 291-158

World War II: 291-2, 291-3

Worley, John A.: 291-137, 291-141

Worner, William August: 291-158

Wurzlow, Gayle F.: 291-159

Wyble, Merrick J.: 291-153

Wylie, William J., Jr.: 291-153, 291-156, 291-158, 291-159

 

Y

Yager, Robert L.: 291-156

Yank, Sze-Pias: 291-158

 

Z

Zieglar, Richard W.: 291-155, 291-159

Zoller, Jack: 291-149

Zomer, Moises M.: 291-161

 

 

 

Other Index Terms

 

 

American Board of Internal Medicine

Hull, Edgar

Louisiana State University (Shreveport).  School of Medicine

Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge).  School of Medicine

Medicine—Louisiana

Physicians—Louisiana