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Architectural plans and blueprints of Blumenthal Cottage

  • US AA135
  • Collection

The Blumenthal Cottage was established in the Adirondack Mountains in New York State by Hugo Blumenthal. It served as a place where nurses could go to rest or recover from tuberculosis. Mr. Blumenthal was a Trustee on both The Mount Sinai Hospital and The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing boards. Plans by Scopes and Feustmann, Architects.

Scopes and Feustmann

Janet Chamberlin White papers

  • US AA052
  • Collection
  • 1947

The collection consists primarily of original pen-and-ink sketches by Phyllis Mulford ’47 that were used in the production of the Class of 1947 Yearbook. Although they were scheduled to be disposed of after printing, Ms. White retrieved them from the yearbook office, had them mounted and framed, and displayed them for many years in her home. Subjects depicted in the sketches include various scenes of nursing activity and student recreational life; a detailed list is given below.

The collection also includes a book of laboratory exercises, the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, used by Ms. White during her time as a nursing student. It also contains a copy of Three Arches, the Class of 1947 Yearbook, with extensive inscriptions to Ms. White.

White, Janet Chamberlin

Richard Boies Stark papers, artwork, and memorabilia

  • US AA040
  • Collection
  • 1937-2008

The collection includes award ribbons,brochures; catalogs; certificates; clippings; correspondence; journal entries (labeled ‘notes’); exhibit announcements, layout plans, and invitations; lists of artwork (some include prices); photographs of artwork and of people; and a volume of poetry.

The seven and one half inches of materials focuses on Dr. Stark’s artist career and only references his medical career and his war-time service.

Stark, Richard Boies, 1915-