Series B - Patient records, 1939-1969

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Patient records, 1939-1969

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  • 1939-1969 (Creation)

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Approx. 45.6 m of textual records and graphic material.

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This series consists of patient records started and/or consulted between 1939 and 1969, but not consulted after 1969. Each file is stored in a 4x6" envelope. Most of the files contain heart sounds diagrams drawn by Dr. Segall, 6x12'' clinical history forms, sections of electrocardiograms attached to dated cards, as well as 4x6" normal heart sounds record forms completed by Dr. Segall, which are often accompanied by sections of electrocardiogram readings. Many files also contain correspondence between Dr. Segall and other doctors, medical institutions, and health insurance companies, and occasionally correspondence between Dr. Segall and the patient and/or the patient's family.

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Any files started or consulted during the 1939-1969 period which were also consulted after 1969, were transferred to Series C by Dr. Segall's office. The remaining files are stored in thirty 12x15.5x10" archival storage boxes, each containing four rows of 4x6" files. Each row of files was originally stored separately (as is the case with Series F), and their physical extent has been measured to reflect that original arrangement.

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Boxes of Series B materials contain 38 cm of textual records and graphic materials and measure 26 x 40 x 31 cm.

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  • Box: 132 (A-Aud.)
  • Box: 133 ( -Bar.)
  • Box: 134 ( -Blo.)
  • Box: 135 ( -Bow.)
  • Box: 136 ( -Car.)
  • Box: 137 ( -Dei.)
  • Box: 138 ( -Col.)
  • Box: 139 (Fa.-?)
  • Box: 140 ( -Fre.)
  • Box: 141 ( -Goa.)
  • Box: 142 ( -Gol.)
  • Box: 143 ( -Gut.)
  • Box: 144 ( -Hel.)
  • Box: 145 (H-I)
  • Box: 146 ( -Kah.)
  • Box: 147 ( -Kra.)
  • Box: 148 ( -Lan.)
  • Box: 149 ( -Lec.)
  • Box: 150 ( -Lor.)
  • Box: 151 ( -McK)
  • Box: 152 ( -Med.)
  • Box: 153 ( -Min.)
  • Box: 154 ( -O'By.)
  • Box: 155 ( -Pea.)
  • Box: 156 ( -Pol.)
  • Box: 157 ( -Rid.)
  • Box: 158 ( -Ros.)
  • Box: 159 ( -Sai.)
  • Box: 160 ( -Sch.)
  • Box: 161 ( -Z)
  • Box: Unmarked 10