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General History Collections

  • Archive of American Folk Medicine
    Compiles the written documents of the folklorists associated with UCLA.
  • John P. McGovern's Historical Collections and Research Center
    Includes historical digital collections covering areas such as public health, gout, small pox, etc.
  • Literature, Arts and Medicine Database
    Put together by NYU. Offers a collection of literature and the arts that involve medicine in some form.
  • Medical Heritage Library
    The MHL is a digital collection library purposed with offering free and open access to historical medical texts. It is a collaborative effort on the behalf of some of the most prominent medical libraries in the U.S. For specifics on permissions of individual pieces, please see the information here: http://www.medicalheritage.org/about/
  • Regional Oral History Office (UC Berkeley)
    Collection of oral and digital histories from chosen people in the areas of biotechnology and bioscience. Includes interviews with AIDS physicians, biophysicists, chemists, nurses, public health officials, etc. Permission to quote material is required.

Dissertation/Theses Collection

  • Medical Humanities Dissertations
    Searchable via the University of Pittsburgh. Is NOT full text. Put in an ILL request for particular entries.
  • ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database
    PQDT provides nearly 3 million searchable citations to dissertation and theses from around the world from 1743 to the present day together with over 1 million full-text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format.

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