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Fri Mar 21 17:15:47 2014 UTClccn-n848032560.00The Doctors Mayo. (Second edition, condensed.)0.281.00[William Worrall Mayo, biographical materials]8267322William_Worrall_Mayon 848032561138778Mayo, William Worrell, 1819-1911メイヨーlccn-n50007342Mayo, Charles H.(Charles Horace)1865-1939lccn-n50007348Mayo, William James1861-1939lccn-n84803257Clapesattle, Helenlccn-no2010036564Stanton A. Friedberg, M.D. Rare Book Collection of Rush University Medical Center at the University of Chicagolccn-n83171584Hammontree, Marielccn-n79026897Mayo Clinicnp-regli, adolph cRegli, Adolph, gunther wilibald$1894Nagel, Gunther Wilibald1894-lccn-n80097406Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.)lccn-n84124792AlfredMother1829-1899Mayo, William Worrall1819-1911BiographyHistoryTreatiesMayo, Charles H.--(Charles Horace),Mayo, William James,Mayo, William Worrall,Mayo ClinicPhysiciansAlfred,--Mother,Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.)Minnesota--RochesterNunsWomenSisters of Saint Francis (Rochester, Minn.)NursesHospitalsUnited StatesMinnesotaTornadoesSurgeonsMedicineAgricultureVermontFrontier and pioneer lifeMinnesota--HokahManners and customsWinnebago IndiansIndians, Treatment ofMinnesota--Wabasha CountyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Bryant, GeorgeIndians of North AmericaLog cabinsIndian reservationsTravelMinnesota--CaledoniaRollins familyPioneersElectionsLocal governmentMinnesota--New UlmMinnesota--Olmsted CountyWashington (D.C.)SlaveryRoot River Valley and Southern Minnesota Railroad CompanyTransportationWorld's Columbian ExpositionPresidents--ElectionMinnesota State GrangeIndian Wars (Dakota : 1862-1865)Dakota IndiansKeith familyOjibwa Indians1819191119061909192419411942194319451947194819511952195319541956195719591960196119621963196619671968196919751979198119821987198919901999200220042009201237653285362.12R154.M332381ocn001541120book19660.70Nagel, Gunther WThe Mayo legacyEarly history of the clinic and its staff54ocn559435119book19410.28Clapesattle, HelenThe Doctors MayoHistoryBiography33ocn559435132book1954CLAPESATTLE, Helen BernieceThe Doctors Mayo. (Second edition, condensed.)11ocn313846197mixThompson, Clark WallaceClark W. Thompson papersTreaties11ocn021348816mix1.00[William Worrall Mayo, biographical materials]260438ocn000755820book19410.28Clapesattle, HelenThe Doctors MayoHistoryBiography4363ocn002353796book19540.13Hammontree, MarieWill and Charlie Mayo: boy doctorsBiographyThe careers of Will and Charlie Mayo, forerunners in medical education and research are traced3477ocn009966391book19420.17Regli, AdolphThe Mayos, pioneers in medicine491ocn006232307book19590.06Richardson, James PMother Alfred and the Doctors MayoJuvenile works351ocn051109192book20020.24Whelan, EllenThe Sisters' story : Saint Marys Hospital-Mayo Clinic, 1889 to 1939HistoryBiography101ocn056769597book20040.21Hartzell, JudithI started all this : the life of Dr. William Worrall MayoBiography61ocn588998711book20090.01Rooke, Thom WThe tornado : the storm that started Mayo ClinicHistoryJuvenile worksDescribes the events around the devastating tornado of 1883 in Rochester and how it led to the founding of Saint Marys Hospital and the Mayo Clinic31ocn042710021book19060.92Smith, Oliver CottonThe work of the Mayos. A paper read at the semi-annual meeting of the Hartford County Medical Association, Hartford, Conn., October 18, 190531ocn688621890visu20090.19A leap of faith an original play about the founding of Saint Marys HospitalHistoryMother Alfred Moes proposed that the Sisters of St. Francis would fund the construction of a hospital and serve as nurses if Dr. William Worral Mayo and his sons would provide surgical and medical care. This film imagines the course of that conversation.--From publisher's description32ocn673472917book19820.23Meiyō no ishitachi21ocn319521149visu19680.92William Worrall Mayo American physician, May 31, 1819 - March 6, 1911Portraits21ocn023671910book19410.92Clapesattle, HelenDokʻtā Meyui = The Doctors MayoBiography21ocn036843630book19610.47Clapesattle, HelenXing lin san jie11ocn122508497mixRollins, Irvin WIrvin W. Rollins papersHistoryDiaries (1848, 1855-1895), two account books (1861-1893), and miscellaneous correspondence and memorabilia of Rollins, a farmer near Elgin, Wabasha County (Minn.). His diaries comment on farm and social life, agricultural products, prices, meetings of local organizations, local and national elections, land claims, attitudes toward the Dakota Conflict (1862) and the Civil War, local government, and other aspects of Wabasha County life11ocn682314312art19240.10William Worrell Mayo, M. DHistoryBiography11ocn808160388visuWilliam Worrell Mayo11ocn808242118visuWilliam Worrall Mayo with his sons Charles Horace Mayo (left) and William James Mayo (right) Copy photograph after the ca. 1895 original, 193011ocn761059066book20090.47Clapesattle, HelenDr. William and Dr. Charles MayoHistoryBiographyThis article was extracted from the book: These wonderful people: intimate moments in their lives / Helen Clapesattle11ocn779560483visuWilliam Worrell Mayo. Photogravure with line engraving11ocn866908428visu20120.10Dr. G and Dr. Will collaborating in careHistoryIn America in the 1920s, medicine was becoming increasingly effective - and expensive. Across the country, ideas for reforming the health care system were hotly debated. "Dr. G and Dr. Will" imagines Dr. William J. Mayo visiting a small town hospital in 1927. Dr. Will and Dr. Giannapolus, the town's long-time general practitioner, have their own sometimes heated debate about the future of health care delivery.--From publisher's descriptionFri Mar 21 15:11:54 EDT 2014batch13762