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Slides used for neurochemistry lectures

Series F contains slides concerning the examination of brain swelling, acetylcholine experiments, gamma amino butyric acid experiments, as well as other research projects. All slides were used for lectures presented for the Montreal Neurological I...

Correspondence

Referred to in Dr. Segall's "The evolution of the record system" as "Correspondence 1932-", the series contains papers relating to groups and societies in addition to personal correspondence.

MNI/Personal correspondence

This series contains correspondence between Dr. Penfield and friends and colleagues, as well as social and professional institutions. The series' contents were found at the Montreal Neurological Institute in 2008, and thus, were not included ...

Subject Files, 1934-1981

Series A contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, research and teaching materiel, photographs and drafts of work from Dr. McNaughton’s association with McGill University, the Montreal Neurological Institute, the Royal Victoria Hospital, the N...

Miscellaneous

Series consists of miscellaneous material produced and collected by Dr. Penfield. This series includes art work, notes, and correspondence, as well as Dr. Penfield's academic robes and hats. The series also includes less than 1 cm of photogra...

Correspondence Files, 1936-1986

Series D contains correspondence concerning topics of Dr. Elliott’s professional interest.This series is divided into two (2) sub-series:D/1) Correspondence, 1944-1986D/2) General correspondence, 1936-1985

Committees

Series consists of reports and notes collected and produced by Dr. Penfield as part of his work on committees of the National Research Council of Canada during the Second World War. The documents found in the series include American, British, and ...

Symptoms and conditions files

This Series consists of ten drawers of a Kardex index, each of which is approximately 52 cm long. The top five drawers consist of indexed conditions, each of which is identified by a two or three character alphanumeric code (either A1 to A45, B1 t...

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