By Nicole Baker ~ In 1935 Louis I. Dublin, Ph.D., a vice president and statistician for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, published “Lost Mothers,” an
Susan K. Laird and Termika N. Smith from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relate their experience with hosting a special event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the closing of the study.
Recent additions to the NLM collection expand the variety of formats and diversity of perspectives and document the continuing impact of the event.
June 1, 2021 marked the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Dr. Jackson, a prominent Black physician, was murdered during the massacre.
By Laura Hartman ~ Today, as many Western Christian churches celebrate All Saints’ Day, it seems fitting to remember the saints in the historical collections
Dr. Fee served most recently as NLM Senior Historian and previously as Chief of the NLM History of Medicine Division for over two decades. On October 17 Ted Brown, Professor of History and Medical Humanities at the University of Rochester, will offer a special public lecture in honor and memory of Dr. Fee.
By Jeffrey Reznick The NLM’s History of Medicine Division mourns the passing of Melvin R. Laird, former Republican congressman from Wisconsin (1953–1969), Secretary of Defense
By Jill L. Newmark and Margaret A. Hutto In an operating room at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, February 1980, Dr. Levi Watkins Jr.,
By Erika Mills and Elizabeth A. Mullen ~ Poring over bones left in mass graves and clandestine burial sites, seeking answers that might shed light
By Jeffrey S. Reznick and Lenore Barbian Reenacting the Summer of 1881, and the Days Following the Assassination of President James A. Garfield One-hundred and