RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 191259856 LA English A1 Worcester Association for Medical Improvement., YR 1845 AB This collection contains one folder of miscellaneous papers, 1857-1884, including a report on relief of the sick, 1857; correspondence to Joseph Sargent and Oliver Hurd Everett; and copies of bylaws and orders of proceedings of meetings. There are three boxes of lecutre transcripts on various medical subjects. These lectures, given over the period 1857-1886, were presented by members of the Association, including George Edwin Adams ( - ), Joseph Nye Bates ( - ), Merrick Bemis ( - ), George Chandler ( - ), Henry Clarke ( - ), Charles Henry Davis ( - ), Wesley Davis ( - ), Lewis Sever Dixon ( - ), Bernard Douglass Eastman ( - ), Oliver Hurd Everett ( - ), Everett Flood ( - ), George Ebenezer Francis ( - ), Thomas Hovey Gage ( - ), Lemuel Hodges Hammond ( - ), Benjamin Heywood ( - ), Frederick Heywood ( - ), Henry Sargent Knight ( - ), William H. Lincoln ( - ), Enoch Quinby Marston ( - ), Oramel Martin ( - ), Pierre Bazile Mignault ( - ), Rufus Moulton ( - ), Harrison Palmer ( - ), John Gray Park ( - ), Charles Augustus Peabody ( - ), Eben Meade Perkins ( - ), Hosea Mason Quinby ( - ), Franklin Horton Rice ( - ), Joseph Marcus Rice ( - ), Joshua Bartlett Rich ( - ), Joseph Sargent ( - ), Henry Young Simpson ( - ), William Towle Souther ( - ), Roscoe Wesley Swan ( - ), Benjamin Harlock Tripp ( - ), Emerson Warner ( - ), Leonard Wheeler ( - ), Albert Wood ( - ), Rufus Woodward ( - ), Samuel Bayard Woodward ( - ), William Workman ( - ), and William Hunter Workman ( - ). The collection also contains four record books. The first three volumes consist of the records of the Worcester Association for Medical Improvement, 1845-1886, with minutes of meetings, including notes on the topics presented at the meetings and comments by the audience. The fourth volume includes records of the Worcester Medical Association, 1886-1900, with bylaws, list of members and minutes of meetings. Meetings include report of cases by physicians and notes of discussions. Final entry call for disbanding the society.