Online Publication of Medical History at the University of Pennsylvania

The University Archives and Records Center of the University of Pennsylvania is proud to announce the online publication of Medical History at the University of Pennsylvania ( Created by Senior Archivist Joseph-James Ahern and edited by the Director of University Archives Mark Frazier Lloyd, this guide is designed to assist researchers in accessing the Archives' holdings related to Medical History. Included are faculty minutes, student records, lecture notes, administrative records, and publications. The guide is organized by the headings: Hospitals, Medical Education (including Administration, Faculty, and Students), Medical Research, and Physicians Papers. The University Archives and Records Center is the official repository for historically significant documents and other materials for the University of Pennsylvania. The holdings extend to all aspects of the history of the University, including the personal and professional papers of prominent persons associated with the University. The collections also document the history of institutions of higher learning in the United States, American intellectual life, and the Philadelphia community in which the University lives. The University Archives strives to ensure the timeless preservation of these historically significant materials and to make these materials available to researchers. Located at 3401 Market Street, Suite 210 in the University City section of Philadelphia, the University Archives is open to the University community and the scholarly public Monday - Friday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Additional information on the University Archives can be found at