Fonds documents A.A. Mackay's medical activities at No. 2 C.C.S. (Casualty Clearing Station) in 1917. The fonds contains two army books of correspondence of Field Service in which case reports are recorded.
Fonds shows A. R. Prendergast's 1902 work in histology course given by Professor George Wilkins and his Lecturer N.D. Gunn. It contains a histological sketching book with coloured pencil drawings from Prendergast.
The fonds includes a collection of AIDS activism materials, with an emphasis on its manifestation in Canada's visual art world, through the collections of Mr. John A. Schweitzer and others. Several of the documents have been signed by either John A. Schweitzer or Robert Mapplethorpe. The materials in the collection include posters, press releases, conference programs, exhibition catalogues, exhibition invitations, exhibition ephemera, programs, brochures, tear-sheets, auction catalogues, and reviews.
The fonds documents A.D. Blackader's personal and professional life. The fonds contains correspondence, diaries, autobiographical notes, papers and lectures, certificates, diplomas, testimonials, article reprints, photographs, and some memorabilia.
Fonds documents the friendship between Mrs. Alice Russel and Dr. Abraham Flexner. It also includes documents collected by Mrs. Russel on Sir William Osler and Maude Abbott. The fonds contains correspondence and newspaper clippings.
Fonds shows Dr. Allan McMillan's activities as a country doctor in the Eastern Townships of the end of the 19th century. |a The fonds consists of 6 daybooks separated into 6 vols.: v. 1: 22 Apr. 1876-18 Sept. 1885, v. 2: 22 Sept. 1885-7 March 1887, v. 3: 15 March 1894-24 Feb. 1897, v. 4: 1 Aug. 1898-30 June 1900, v. 5: 1 July 1900-8 June 1905, v. 6: 12 June 1905-14 July 1908.
Fonds shows Alphonse Allard’s activities as a medical student at McGill University from 1863 to 1865. It contains seven admission cards autographed by the teachers and also a certificate from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Lower Canada
Fonds documents Dr. Alton Goldbloom's professional activities, mainly his writings on pediatrics. The fonds contains diplomas, notice of appointment, correspondence, notes, reprints, manuscripts of I'm on Your Side, Small Patients, and revised text of Le soin de l'enfant.
Collection consists of correspondence, mail-order course prospectus entitled, “How to Become a Mechano-Therapist,” and 30 instructional pamphlets comprising the correspondence course. Also includes reprint from the Journal of the American Medical Association debunking the College. Final file contains provenance records and information about the College and its founder compiled by donor. Framed diploma from the College is also included (Osler ART 101).