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Tuberculosis -- New Mexico

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Carl H. Gellenthien oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 137
Abstract The collection contains the final transcript, audio tapes from the December 18, 1984 interview with New Mexico doctor Carl Herman Gellenthien (1900-1989), and one black and white photograph.
Dates: 1984

Fort Stanton History

 File — Box 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence to and from Corralito’s Ranch regarding stallions needed. History of Fort Stanton’s two electrical plants, a staff list of names, positions and salary grades for Fort Stanton hospital staff (1953), list of Charter members of the Lincoln County Society of Art, History, and Archaeology (1939), Western Union telegram to the medical officer in Charge US Public Health Services Hospital Fort Stanton. Copy of letter from John Pershing. Includes a document titled History of the...
Dates: 1950 - 2022

Myrtle Greenfield papers

Identifier: HHC 58
Abstract This collection represents the professional achievements of Myrtle Greenfield (1884-1967). Among the topics covered are Greenfield's directorship of the New Mexico Public Health Laboratory, her involvement in the American Public Health Association and the New Mexico Tuberculosis Society as well as her history of public health in New Mexico.
Dates: 1918-1967

Nancy Owen Lewis Papers

Identifier: MSS-1117-BC
Abstract The collection contains Nancy Owen Lewis' research, writings, and presentations relating to tuberculosis and sanitoriums, primarily in New Mexico.
Dates: 1904-2021; Majority of material found in 2006-2020

Victor E. Berchtold oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 106
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Victor E. Berchtold (1901-2007) of Santa Fe, New Mexico, provides a broad overview of his half century in medicine, from his student days at Creighton University through forty years of practice in Santa Fe. The interview provides information about the following subjects: the Santa Fe medical community of the 1930s and 1940s; the importance of the tuberculosis industry in New Mexico; the development of Dr. Berchtold's specialty focus on urology; and St. Vincent's...
Dates: 1983 October 27