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Barnes Medical College, Class of 1904

Barnes Medical College, Class of 1904: a magnificent composite photo

This magnificent composite photo of the Barnes Medical College Faculty with the Class of 1904 is typical of the splendid geometric design of class photos of the period in our photograph collection. Thanks to an item inventory of the map cases of...
Bob Hope

Confessions of 211 St. Louis Housewives and Bob Hope: Or, What's Going on in Their Kitchens

A cookbook sponsored by the Children’s Hospital Auxiliary in the 1960s was recently donated to the Archives and Rare Books.  It has a very interesting title:  Confessions of 211 St. Louis Housewives and Bob Hope: Or, What's Going on in Their Kitchens. 
Michael Marmor, MD

40th Historia Medica Lecture - Vision and History: Looking Through an Artist’s Eyes

Speaker:  Michael Marmor, MD Lecture Title: “Vision and History: Looking Through an Artist’s Eyes”
Joan Rivers visits St. Louis Children's Hospital in the early 1980's.

Remembering Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers was a pioneering comedian known for her acerbic wit. But she was also a caring and compassionate supporter and friend of the patients of St. Louis Children's Hospital.

Eroticism and Obstetric Texts

Anatomy and eroticism have a longstanding relationship, especially in regards to the female form.  While this is very appar

Washington University School of Medicine Faculty as seen (and snapped) by the Class of 1939 (Darwin Neubauer and Edward H. Reinhard Photographs, VC004)

Darwin Neubauer and Edward H. Reinhard collected 17 snapshots taken by their classmates of the Washington University Class of 1939. The informal pictures include a bird’s eye view of grand rounds in the Barnes Hospital amphitheater (the Pit),...
Gar Allen, PhD

39th Historia Medica Lecture - Gar Allen

Dr. Gar Allen, Professor of Biology at Washington University, will present the 39th Historia Medica Lecture.  His presentation will focus on Eugenics Movement in the early decades of the twentieth century, which developed rapidly after the rediscovery of Mendel’s work in 1900.

Deadly Medicine in Perspective

On October 27, 2011 Hedy Epstein, Holocaust survivor, speaker and peace activist, and William Schneider, Ph.D., Professor of History and Director of the Medical Humanities Program at Indiana University/Purdue University, presented lectures in conjunction with the Bernard Becker Medical Library's hosting of the traveling exhibition "Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race."