Photographs

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Photographs

  • UF Pics (Photographs)
  • UF Photos
  • UF Pix (Photographs)
  • UF Snapshots

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Silver Clinic mural with mural by A.J. Tobias

Patients wait in the lobby of the Charles H. Silver Clinic of the Beth Israel Medical Center in front of a mural by artist Abraham Joel Tobias, ca. 1970-1980. The mural was painted in 1952-1954 during the construction of the Clinic and walled off during renovations in 1984.

St. Luke's Hospital Center records

  • US AA098
  • Collection
  • 1850 - 2015

The records of St. Luke’s Hospital Center (1857-1979) includes the records of the earlier years of St. Luke’s Hospital (1857-1952), prior to merging with Woman’s Hospital (1953); the addition of the word “Center” to the name in 1965 is to indicate the multiple institutions involved. The collection is stronger in the administrative records; the clinical records contain within are sparse and incomplete. Some of what is here are restricted under HIPPA laws because they contain personal information on patients.

The materials include meeting minutes and reports of the Board of Managers and Medical Board and their executive committees as well as some alumni groups; correspondence; committee, death logs; patient casebooks; photographs; videos; legal briefs, opinions, real estate documents and patents; by-laws, acts, and constitution of the hospitals; dietary and formulary lists; superintendent’s statistics logs; pastor’s records; some departmental records; patient and medical library records; event programs; house staff skit scripts; St. Johnland documents; medical and surgical reports; military records; various publications, both historical and commercial; newsletters; reprints of doctors’ articles; artifacts, both medical, military, and historical and ephemera.

St. Luke's Hospital Center (New York, N.Y.)

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing records

  • US AA149
  • Collection
  • 1895 - 2016

This small collection has five series: School of Nursing records, the Alumnae Association records, Alumnae Papers, Artifacts and Photographs. The School of Nursing series is 14 folders of basic information about the School, the highlights of which are the annual announcements catalogs (folders 2-5) outlining the entrance requirements and the curriculum, and the Triennium, the class yearbooks for 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1968, 1973, and 1974. The proposal by the New York Infant Asylum to provide obstetric training is also of note as it provides a detailed list of areas of instruction for 1895 (folder 9). Student transcripts from 1941-1974 are also included in this collection; please see note under that series for details.

Significant records in The Alumnae Association series are the annual reports for the Association and a nearly complete run of the Association’s Bulletin, providing news of its members and of the Hospital. (Note that a number of annual reports are published in particular Bulletin issues, which are clearly noted in the container list. Also note that an appendix listing all of the Bulletins in the collection, along with a list of all the directresses, can be found at https://archives.mssm.edu/downloads/aa149.pdf) Also of significance are the three volumes of Alumnae Rosters, the first of which contains a short history of the School. These books and the two volumes of the Alumnae Association annual reports are behind all the folders in box 2. Photographs of Alumnae are also included in the collection; however, they are filed in the larger St. Luke’s Hospital series of the Photograph Collection. A scrapbook of snap shots of student nurses around 1953-1955 is also found in the artifacts.

The Alumnae Papers consists of materials donated by the School’s graduates and may include bulletins, pamphlets, yearbooks, artifacts such as uniforms or graduate pins, invitations and other materials. This series is arranged by donation date.

Artifacts include a complete student nurse’s uniform, with its distinctive wool cape and the School's graduate pin.

St. Luke's Hospital (New York, N.Y.). School of Nursing

Sunshine Coach

The caption for this image in the July 1975 issue of the Beth Israel Pacemaker is as follows: "Patients arrive in style: BI has become a participant in Variety Clubs International 'Sunshine Coach' program. It began 16 years ago in a London orphanage which needed a bus to take children on country outings. Hence the name 'Sunshine' Coach. Since then, gifts of coaches, large and small, have been made to agencies caring for children. Martin Levin, president of Brandt Theatres, and his wife, daughter of New York Variety Club founder Billy Brandt, presented the coach to President Silver as a token of their appreciation to BIMC."

Sullivan, Ed

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