By Lindsay Franz ~ Pumpkin season is upon us! Pumpkin flavored coffee, candles, lotions and even beer are everywhere as soon as the season of
By Christopher J. Phillips ~ Through the pioneering work of historian Harry Marks and others over the past three decades, we’ve come to know a
The Louis W. Sullivan Papers document his tenure as Secretary of HHS from 1989-1993, his work at Morehouse School of Medicine, and his work on public and minority health programs and racial and ethnic diversity in the health professions.
An interview with Melissa B. Reynolds, PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on 15th-century medical manuscripts.
By Lauren Kassell ~ Originally published in Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine, 2011. Chiromancy, the art of palm reading, thrived in Renaissance Europe.
Libraries, museums, and organizations throughout the United States and across the world host National Library of Medicine (NLM) traveling exhibitions. These sites plan and present
The National Library of Medicine launched a a new effort to document the landscape of organizations, programs, and advocacy efforts as part of a new Women’s Health web archive.
An interview with Kelly O’Donnell PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on mid-20th century women’s auxiliary organizations in medicine.
By James Labosier ~ Read previous posts in this series: “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah: Medical Heritage” and “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah:
By James Labosier ~ Read the first post in this series: “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah: Medical Heritage.” War takes hold of everyday life