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Joseph McFarland Papers


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Dr. Joseph McFarland was born in Philadelphia on February 9th, 1868. His education was occasionally delayed by health issues; however in 1889 he received his M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation McFarland spent a year as a Resident Physician at Philadelphia General Hospital, and then studied in Germany and Austria for an additional year. In 1891 McFarland returned to become the Assistant to the Professor of Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as Assistant Demonstrator of Pathological Histology.

In 1892 McFarland was promoted to Demonstrator of Pathological Histology, as well as Lecturer on Bacteriology at the University of Pennsylvania. He left these positions after being elected to Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia in 1896, a position he held until 1916. Also during this time, McFarland was made Professor of Pathology in the Woman’s College of Pennsylvania, serving in that position from 1910 to 1914. During World War One, McFarland was commissioned Major in the Medical Corps of the United States Army, and served at various bases throughout the United States until 1919. In 1920, after recovering from a case of pulsonary tuberculosis acquired during his army service, McFarland returned to the University of Pennsylvania to become Professor of General Pathology at the Thomas A. Evans Dental Institute. He retired from the University of Pennsylvania in 1940, and was granted Professor Emeritus status for full use of his laboratory room in perpetuity. That same year, McFarland accepted a position as Professor of General Pathology of the Dental School at Temple University, and was made consulting Pathologist to the newly-formed Tumor Clinic at University Hospital. In 1943 he was elected Visiting Professor of Pathology for instruction in Oncology at Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.

McFarland’s other career accomplishments include the granting of an honorary M.D. degree from the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia in 1898; overseeing the transition of the Medico-Chirurgical College’s merging with the University of Pennsylvania in 1916; election as Honorary Curator of the Mutter Museum in 1936; and receiving the “Strittmatter Award” for being the “Outstanding Medical Man of Philadelphia” in 1941. McFarland wrote extensively on the subjects of pathology, bacteriology, and tumors. His major works include the books “Biology: General and Medical” published in 1910; “The Breast: Its Diseases, its Anomalies and their Treatment” published in 1917; “Fighting Foes too Small to See” published in 1924; “Surgical Pathology” published in 1924. His first book, “Text Book of Pathology” was published in 1904 and reprinted for a second edition in 1910. By his own estimation, Dr. McFarland was also the author of “about two hundred contributions to current [as of 1943] medical literature.”

On September 14th, 1892, Dr. McFarland married Virginia E. Kinsey, and they had three children: Helen J., Katharine A., and Joseph Jr. Dr. McFarland passed in 1945.


-McFarland, Joseph. “Brief Outline of Professional Career of Joseph McFarland, M.D.” Philadelphia, PA, January 11, 1939.

-McFarland, Joseph. “Brief Outline of Professional Career of Joseph McFarland, M.D.: Physician-Pathologist-Author.” Philadelphia, PA, September, 1943.

The Joseph McFarland Papers collection documents much of Dr. McFarland’s medical career, particularly his involvement in parotid tumor and tetanus vaccination research from 1900 to 1943. The collection contains two series, “Correspondence” and “Subject Files.” Material in the collection includes letters sent to Dr. McFarland regarding his research, medical case notes, writings by Dr. McFarland, legal documents, and curriculum planning files. Researchers interested in Dr. McFarland’s career or the history of tumor and vaccination research will find relevant material in this collection.

The “Correspondence” series contains four subseries arranged by their significance to Dr. McFarland’s professional career. They are as follows, “Parotid Tumors,” “Tetanus and Vaccination,” “Other Cases,” and “General.” The series dates from 1900 to 1937.

The “Parotid Tumors” subseries contains correspondence regarding Dr. McFarland’s research into this medical condition. From 1925 to 1937, Dr. McFarland’s gathered information on parotid tumor treatment outcomes. This entailed writing to both doctors and patients regarding their experience with treatment, specifically if any symptoms had reoccurred. Correspondence in this subseries mostly includes letters sent to Dr. McFarland by doctors and patients, arranged alphabetically by the sender’s last name. Doctors and patient letters are kept together to reflect Dr. McFarland’s research process, which entailed writing to doctors and patients simultaneously. In cases where the sender was clearly a patient, it is noted in the folder title.

The “Tetanus and Vaccination” subseries contains correspondence on Dr. McFarland’s research into the relationship between tetanus outbreaks following vaccination administration. In the early twentieth century tetanus vaccination was a contentious issue, with many parents and other concerned organizations protesting its practice. Dr. McFarland was highly involved in this debate, and wrote with colleagues regarding their experience administering vaccinations. Dr. McFarland’s correspondence on this issue was initially separated into two locations, one dealing with his general research, and the other with specific cases of tetanus contraction. Therefore this subseries has been arranged first by general research, and then by specific cases of tetanus vaccination. Within these topic headings, the correspondence is arranged alphabetically by the sender’s last name. The letters date from 1901 to 1902, and 1905.

The “Other Cases” subseries contains correspondence between Dr. McFarland, Dr. Frederick Hammond, and Dr. Paul Allen regarding Dr. McFarland’s medical opinion from 1914 to 1915. This correspondence was given its own subseries because it did not deal with parotid tumors or tetanus, however because it was medical in nature, it did not fit into the “general” correspondence.

The “General” subseries contains non-medical correspondence between Dr. McFarland and his friends and colleagues. The letters are arranged alphabetically by sender’s last name, and date from 1900 to 1912.

The “Subject Files” series contains material related to work performed during Dr. McFarland’s medical career. It contains six subseries, “Medical Casework,” “Writings and Speeches,” “Legal Documents,” “General Pathology Course,” “Inventories,” and “Miscellaneous,” arranged by their significance to Dr. McFarland’s career. There is some correspondence included in the series. In these cases the correspondence was originally found attached to the items in this series, and was not separated. The series dates from 1901 to 1943, including some undated material.

The “Medical Casework” subseries contains notes, reports, and case summaries on a variety of medical subjects related to Dr. McFarland’s medical research. The subseries includes material regarding abnormal involution, carcinoma, tetanus, parotid tumors, and breast growths. The bulk of items relate to Dr. William L. Rodman’s case notes on abnormal involution, including correspondence with Dr. McFarland on the progress of these studies. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder title, and dates from 1901to 1902, 1912 to 1915, 1927, and undated.

The “Writing and Speeches” subseries contains writings and speeches by Dr. McFarland, as well as writings by other contemporary medical professionals. The bulk of the subseries contains Dr. McFarland’s short biographies on a number of historically-significant medical figures, all written around 1938. Also of note in the subseries is Dr. McFarland’s autobiography, titled "Brief Outline of the Professional Career or Joseph McFarland." There are two versions of this autobiography, from 1939 and 1943 respectively. The subseries includes two speeches by Dr. McFarland, one from the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Nurses Training School of Philadelphia, and another marking the dedication of a medical ward commemorating Dr. Benjamin Rush. The subseries is arranged by title, with speeches appearing at the end, and dates from 1901 to 1902, 1932 to 1943, and undated.

The “Legal Documents” subseries documents Dr. McFarland’s involvement in providing medical expertise and testimony in several legal cases. Companies such as the American Car and Foundry Company, the Hudson Coal Company, and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company corresponded with Dr. McFarland regarding his opinion on employee claims against their company. The subseries is arranged by case title, and dates from 1920 to 1927. The “General Pathology Course” subseries contains material related to a pathology course taught by Dr. McFarland at the Thomas W. Evans Dental Institute. Material in the subseries includes course notes, slide lists, correspondence on course logistics. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder title, and dates from 1923 to 1925, and undated.

The “Inventories” subseries includes inventories of items from medical departments and laboratories, primarily from the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. These inventories most likely relate to the Medico-Chirurgical College’s move in 1916, which Dr. McFarland oversaw. The subseries is arranged chronologically, and dates from 1912, 1915, and undated.

The “Miscellaneous” subseries contains one folder with loose, unidentifiable items that could not be filed with any other folder in the collection.

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Collection Inventory

Dr. W. H. Ammarell, S. Astley, Dr. Wayne Babcock, Anna Balch (patient), Victor Banzoon (patient), Bates Family (patient relation), Dr. John T. Bauer, Dr. Charles Baum, Jacob Beetem (patient), Mary Bentley (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 1
Dr. Arthur Billings, Dr. Black, Dr. Russell Boles, Dr. Charles Banner, William Brisbin (patient), Dr. Clark Brown, Dr. Henry Brown, Dr. Arthur Brumbaugh, Dr. Albert Buckley, Irwin Buckwater (patient), Dr. Verne Burden, Dr. Stillwell Burns, Aaron Capper (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 2
Dr, J. B. Carnett, Eugene Case, Mae Caskey (patient), Victor Chalin, A. Cole (patient), Leonard Conley (patient), Dr. J. Norman Coombs, Lillian Crowell, Browman Crowell, Dr. J. Chalmers DaCosta, Elizabeth DaCosta (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 3
Hattie Davis (patient), Dr. Walter Davis, Dr. Warren Davis, John F. Dautel (patient), Bessie Dearden (patient), Dr. Henry Deaver, James Deline (patient), John Detwiler (patient), Bertha Dickinson (patient), Dr. Everett Dickinson, 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 4
Department of Health of Pennsylvania, 1926 January 29, 1931 March-1932 March.
Box 1 Folder 5
H.C. Drauer, Dr. Harry Duncan, Emma Eastburn (patient), Anne Edmunds, Henri Ette Kirch, unidentified "E", Lou Finkbinder (patiewnt), Dr. Fiske, Dr. Bruce Fleming, Dr. Kenneth Fowler, Dr. Charles Frazer, Dr. John Gibbon, William Gilboyan (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 6
Thomas Gluck (patient), Dr. Benjaming Gouley, Dr. Robert Gracey, Strahler Hallowell (patient), Joseph Hausman (patient), Dr. Herbert Hawthorne, Henry Hazard (patient relation), Dr. Edward Hodge, Dr. M. B. Holzman, Florence Hughes (patient), Sadie Hummell (patient), Dr. Robert Ivy, Olive James (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 7
Jefferson Hospital, Catharine Jennings (patient), Dr. John Johnston, R. H. Joy, Dr. Spencer Kaufman, Gibbons Keech (patient), Dr. William Williams Keen, Nelson Kirk (patient), Kouzelmann, Dr. Alfred Kirk, Dr. Walter Lee, Dr. William Lemmon, 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 8
Dr. Herbert Leopold, Dr. Hiram Loux, Eleanor Luff (patient), Dr. Douglas MacFarlan, Dr. George Marcil, Annes Marien (patient), Dr. C. L. Mattas, James May (patient), Anna McCardell (patient), Dr. B. M. Meine, 1925-1937.
Box 1 Folder 9
Henry Mengel, Elizabeth Mantel (patient), Dr. David Meranze, Jacob Michel (patient), Mrs. Fred Miller (patient relation), Alica Mons (patient), Dr. George Muller, Dr. Guy Musser, Dr. Charles Nassau, 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 10
Rene Naumann (patient), Dr. Charles Neal, Esther Newberry (patient), Dr. Alex O'Neal (patient relation), Dr. C. I. Owen, Michael Petzeck (patient), Dr. John Pierson, Mary Pollock, Protestant Episcopal Church Hospital, Julia Quinliven (patient), Anne Ransom, 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 11
John Reddick (patient), Walter Reeves (patient), Mrs. Byron Rile (patient relation), Anna Robinson (patient), Dr. Desiderio Roman, Louisa Schlack (patient), Rita Lord Scuddler, Mrs. Joseph Seth (patient relation), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 12
Dr. H. K. Seelaus, Dr. Thomas Shallow, Dr. Joseph Shaw, Harvey Small (patient), Annette Smiles, Mary Snyder (patient), Dr. Wayne Snyder, Dr. George Somner, Dr. James Spackman, Dr. William Speer, Bertha Spencer (patient), Selma Spitz (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 13
Frank Stanley (patient), Dr. William Steel, Dr. Steinmartz, J. B. Struthers (patient), Dr. William Taylor, Dr. William Teller, William Trembling (patient), Dr. Benjamin Veasey, Dr. Johnathan Wainwright, Dr. H.S. Weaver, 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 14
Dr. Alfred Wood, Dr. Fairfax Wright, Alice Yarnell (patient relation), Elizabeth Zollers, Minerva Zollers (patient), 1925-1935.
Box 1 Folder 16
Unanswered letters, return to sender, 1931-1935.
Box 1 Folder 17
General Research: Dr. H. M. Alexander and Company, Dr. Bicker, Dr. Theodore H. Boysen, Boston City Hospital, and Dr. S. G. Bushy, 1901 November-1902 February.
Box 1 Folder 18
General Research: S. A. Calmetter, Cambuzat, Camden Board of Health, Milford Campbell (H. K. Mufford Company), Dr. Marshall Clinton, Walt P. Conway, E. T. Davis, Arthur Dray, Paul Ehlrich, 1900 October 15, 1901 January 12, 1901 October-1902 March, 1905 January.
Box 1 Folder 19
General Research: Dr. Carle Lee Felt, John W. Findlay, E. W. Fitch, J. Lewis Good, M. C. Gorgas, Frederick P. Gorham, Dr. R. B. H. Gradwohl, J. B. Greene, G. G. Graff, Dr. V. de la Guardia, Dr. Juan Guiteras, Joseph B. Hall, Dr. J. H. Huddleston, D. E. Hughes, 1901 November-1902 March.
Box 1 Folder 20
General Research: Wyatt Johnston, Kohler, The Lancett Offices, Dr. Leverson, H. K. Mulford Company, William Osler, Parke Davis and Company, Roger G. Perkins, Dr. L. M. Powers, Dr. George Rubin, F. J. Runyon, 1901 November-1902 September, undated.
Box 1 Folder 21
General Research: Dr. Richard Slee, Austin S. Smith, Dr. Torald Sollman, E. E. Spencer, Surgeon General's Office-War Department, W. Lyman Underwood, Dr. Henry S. Upson, W. K. Reypen (Surgeon General, U. S. Navy), 1901 November, 1902 March, 1902 September.
Box 1 Folder 22
General Research: Dr. Ralph Walsh, W. M. Warren, Dr. Joseph H. Wills, Dr. Robert Willson, Dr. M. J. Wiltse, Walter Wyman, 1901 November-1902 October.
Box 2 Folder 1
Specific Cases: Dr. W. M. Ayers, W. R. Batts, Belmont Office of Health, Dr. David Bentley, Dr. F. J. Bicker, Dr. William Burd, Dr. Lyman Candlewood, Dr. Marshall Clinton, S. Cooper (patient), 1901 November-1902 March.
Box 2 Folder 2
Specific Cases: William L. Dorsey, Dr. W. G. Dubois, Dr. Thomas Ely, Dr. John Ely, Dr. C. Garrabrant, Dr. R. B. H. Gradwohl, Dr. Hugh Harris, Dr. George Harris, Dr. Henry Hart, Maurice Hazelton (patient), Dr. J. S. Hunt, 1901 November-1902 March.
Box 2 Folder 3
Specific Cases: Dr. W. H. Kensinger, Dr. J. A. Krug, John H. Moore, Dr. L. P. Norman, E. D. O'Neill (patient), Parke Davis and Company, N. S. Patterson, Samuel Peacock (patient relation), Penner, Dr. J. B. Potsdamer, 1901 November-1902 March.
Box 2 Folder 4
Specific Cases: Dr. Frederic Preston, Dr. Oscar Richardson, Dr. H. B. Rising, Dr. William Egbert Robertson, Dr. F. J. Runyon, E. Stabler, Dr. Charles Weeks, Dr. Robert Wilson, 1901 November-1902 March.
Box 2 Folder 5
Dr. Henry Cotton to Joseph McFarland, Dr. Frederick Hammond, and Dr. Paul Allen regarding Joseph McFarland's opinion on patient cases, 1914 October-1915 July, 1915 October.
Box 2 Folder 6
Adami, Dr. Aristides Agramonte, Dr. Edwin Baldwin, I. W. Blackburn, unidentified "B", S. A. Calumette, James Carrol, W. S. Carter, Dr. Rufus Cole, John DaCosta Chalmers, Rolla Dance, Lincoln Davis, Dr. Samuel Dixon, 1903-1907.
Box 2 Folder 7
B. H. Drinker, Charles Finley, William D. Frost, Dr. Douglas Gay, Dr. Heneage Gibbs, L. Hektoen, R. Hitchcock, H. S. Hollman, C. O. Houghton, W. R. Hughes, Gregory Keen, William Williams Keen, 1900-1906, 1909, 1935.
Box 2 Folder 8
Dr. William Williams Keen, P. C. Knox, George Lamb, Dr. Edward L'Engle, Lippincott Publishing Company, George A. Litchfield, Warfield T. Longscope, Dr. J. H. Ludwig, A. B. Macallum, J. H. Madson, 1902-1909.
Box 2 Folder 9
F. B. Mallory, Dr. Charles Martin, Martz, Dr. Guthrie McConnell, Dr. A. L. Metz, M. Miyajima, J. Peney Moore, F. G. Moore, F. G. Mory, M. Ophils, Dr. Bohdan Piotrowski, M. S. Quay, Milton Joseph Rosenau, H. W. Rouse, 1900, 1902, 1906-1909.
Box 2 Folder 10
George Muller, 1912 October 1.
Box 2 Folder 11
C. A. A. Spronck, Dr. Dutton J. Steele, C. M. Stiles, John M. Swan, Jokichi Takamine, J. Madison Taylor, John C. Torrey, T. Watabiki, A. Scott Warthin, John Weaver, William H. Welch, Judson Perry Welsh, 1902, 1904-1908.
Box 2 Folder 12
Paul Garfield Wesson, Robert M. Wilson, G. S. Woodhead, Dr. J. Homer Wright, 1904-1908.
Box 2 Folder 13

Abnormal involution, bibliography on sources dating from 1884-1913, undated.
Box 2 Folder 14
Abnormal involution specimens list, with and without cancer, undated.
Box 2 Folder 15
Cagel's Disease (also known as Paget's Disease) of the Nipple-Malignant Capillary Dermatitis, undated.
Box 2 Folder 16
Carcinoma, notes on its etiology, undated.
Box 2 Folder 17
"Details of Ninety-Five Cases if Tetanus Following Vaccination", circa 1901.
Box 2 Folder 18
Elephantiasis of the breast notes, undated.
Box 2 Folder 19
Gynecomastia, list of collected cases with remarks, undated.
Box 2 Folder 20
Laboratory exam reports conducted by University of Pennsylvania Laboratory of Dermatological Research, led by Dr. Fred Weidman, 1927 March 15, 1927 June 15, undated.
Box 2 Folder 21
Medical abnormality and disfigurement images from books and magazines, undated.
Box 2 Folder 22
Parotid Tumors case notes and photographs of patient, undated.
Box 2 Folder 23
Parotid Tumors miscellaneous notes, undated.
Box 2 Folder 24
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: case remarks and summaries, 1913-1915.
Box 2 Folder 25
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: correspondence to Joseph McFarland regarding budgets, 1912 November, 1913 February, undated.
Box 2 Folder 26
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: correspondence between Dr. William L. Rodman and Joseph McFarland regarding patient diagnosis of breast lesions, 1915 March.
Box 2 Folder 27
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: correspondence regarding relevance of "Reports for Pathological Examinations", 1914 January.
Box 2 Folder 28
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: photographs of cases and photographs list, 1914.
Box 2 Folder 29
Dr. William L. Rodman's cases of abnormal involution and carcinoma of the breast: miscellaneous notes, 1914, undated.
Box 2 Folder 30
Tetanus and vaccination case notes and news clippings (folder 1 of 2), 1901-1902.
Box 2 Folder 31
Tetanus and vaccination case notes and news clippings (folder 2 of 2), 1901-1902.
Box 3 Folder 1
X-ray photographs and notes, undated.
Box 3 Folder 2
Miscellaneous notes, undated.
Box 3 Folder 3
"A New Theory of the Pathogenesis of Tetanus" by Dr. L. Zupnik, and "Victims of State Blood Poisining," printed in The Liberator, 1904 September, undated.
Box 3 Folder 4
Biography of David Hendricks Bergey by Joseph McFarland, 1938.
Box 3 Folder 5
Biography of Arthur Vincent Meigs by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 6
Biography of John Forsyth Meigs by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 7
Biography of Alfred Stills by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 8
Biography of Weatherhead Warren by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 9
Biography of William J. White by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 10
Biography of Charles Horatio Wood by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 11
Biography of George Bacon Wood by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 12
Biography of Theodore George Wormley by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 13
Biography of John Richardson Young by Joseph McFarland, circa 1938.
Box 3 Folder 14
"Brief Outline of the Professional Career or Joseph McFarland" by Joseph McFarland, 1939 January 11.
Box 3 Folder 15
"Brief Outline of the Professional Career of Joseph McFarland, M.D: Physician-Pathologist-Author" by Joseph McFarland, 1943 September.
Box 3 Folder 16
"Dr. Benjamin Rush and the Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia," by Joseph McFarland, published in Medical Life, volume 36, 1939, 1939.
Box 3 Folder 17
"Hydatid Disease of the Breast," booklet by Dr. Robert G. LeConte, 1901 September.
Box 3 Folder 18
"Rummaging in the Museum: The Resurrection of 'PILE': An Appreciation of Peter Browne, Esq. of Philadelphia," by Joseph McFarland, published in Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, series 4, volume 7, 1939, 1939 May 7.
Box 3 Folder 19
"Shall the United States Participate in the Permanent Court of International Justice?" by Joseph McFarland, 1932.
Box 3 Folder 20
"Surgical Pathology" by William Boyd, reviewed by Joseph McFarland, published in 1933, 1933.
Box 3 Folder 21
"Text Book of Bacteriology" by W. W. Ford, book review, unidentified reviewer, undated.
Box 3 Folder 22
"Thomas Removal," pages taken from unidentified Pathology book, undated.
Box 3 Folder 23
Speech: "A Recollection and Confession," given by Joseph McFarland at the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Nurses Training School of Philadelphia, 1935.
Box 3 Folder 24
Speech: Cancer speech, unidentified speaker, undated.
Box 3 Folder 25
Speech: "Dedication of the Benjamin Rush Ward" given by Joseph McFarland, undated.
Box 3 Folder 26
Case of Petronelia Dziklinski versus Department of Labor and Industry, Workmen's Compensation Board: correspondence to Joseph McFarland from Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and the case's written opinion, 1920 March, 1920 May.
Box 3 Folder 27
Case of Annie Grimes versus Hudson Coal Company: Correspondence to Joseph McFarland, testimony excerpts of Annie Grimes, 1926 December-1927 December.
Box 3 Folder 28
Case of Margaret Troy versus the Hudson Coal Company, copies of examination and arguments, 1924.
Box 3 Folder 29
Case of Anne Ware versus American Car and Foundry Company: correspondence between Joseph McFarland and American Car Company and Foundry, copy of cross examination of Dr. Robert Keilty, and "Report of an Autopsy of J. G. Ware" by Dr. Robert Keilty, 1923 August-1923 October.
Box 3 Folder 30
Pennsylvania Railroad Company correspondence to Joseph McFarland regarding autopsy request on body of John W. Shadrick, 1920 March 17.
Box 3 Folder 31
"Report of the Post-Mortem Examination upon the Body of William L. Lynch", 1924 April 3.
Box 3 Folder 32
Correspondence between Joseph McFarland and Charles R. Turner, Dean of Thomas W. Evans Dental Institute, 1923-1925.
Box 3 Folder 33
Correspondence, general, 1924-1925.
Box 3 Folder 34
Course schedule and notes, 1923, 1924, undated.
Box 3 Folder 35
Slide indexes and lists, 1923-1925, undated.
Box 3 Folder 36
Supply lists, 1922-1925, undated.
Box 3 Folder 37
Inventories of medical departments, laboratories, stock rooms, and private rooms, 1912, 1915, undated.
Box 3 Folder 38
Inventory of Medico Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, 1915 November.
Box 3 Folder 39
Inventory of Medico Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, undated.
Box 3 Folder 41
Unidentified inventories of books and book numbers, undated.
Box 3 Folder 41
Box 3 Folder 42

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