Awards and Prizes

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D001363

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37 Archival description results for Awards and Prizes

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Burrill B. Crohn, MD papers

  • US AA010
  • Collection
  • 1907-1980

The Burrill B. Crohn Papers include memorabilia, awards, the typescript of the book "Understanding Your Ulcer", and a notebook from 1907 when he was a student at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. There are four items of oversize memorabilia.

Crohn, Burrill B. (Burrill Bernard), 1884-1983

Col. Henry H. M. Lyle Collection of World War I Photographs and Documents

  • US AA014
  • Collection
  • 1916-1943

This collection consists of nearly 200 photographs of World War I soldiers, evacuation hospitals, field hospitals and areas of France taken by the U.S. Signal Corps., and maps and documents used by Col. Lyle in the course of his command. (The photographs have been integrated into the Mount Sinai Photograph Collection.)

Lyle, Henry H. M.

Edgar Bick, MD certificates, awards, and plaques

  • US AA134
  • 1927-1977

This collection of awards and certificates is self-explanatory. It sheds light on the many facets of Dr. Bick's character and career, as well as his deep love for the field of orthopaedics.

Bick, Edgar M. (Edgar Milton)

Gustave L. Levy memorabilia and awards

  • US AA131
  • Collection
  • 1950-1976

This collection consists primarily of artifacts and memorabilia from the collection of Gustave Levy which commemorate achievements in his financial career and his philanthropic efforts. It includes medals, certificates, paperweights, photographs and an assortment of other memorabilia. The majority of this material came to the Mount Sinai Archives from the Levy Library, where it was removed from display during the renovation of the Library in 2009. Additional material was received from the Development Office, where it had been in storage. The origin of each item has been noted in the container list. To ensure preservation, framed items have been removed from their frames and stored according to standard archival procedure. Of note is the fact that some of the framed items had Goldman, Sachs and Co. labels on the back, indicating that they had once hung in Mr. Levy's office there.

Levy, Gustave L. (Gustave Lehman)

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