An overview of the holdings of the five main departments of the National Museum of Health and Medicine (previously the Army Medical Museum and the Armed Forces Medical Museum), located around Washington, DC. Includes a basic listing of the major collections in the archives, anatomical, historical, neuroanatomical and embryological departments.
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Curatorial Records: Smithsonian Correspondence, 1867-1887
.5 cubic foot, 1 box.
Finding aid available, arranged, inactive, unrestricted.
Incoming correspondence, mostly from Smithsonian Secretaries Joseph Henry and Spencer Baird, relating primarily to the exchange of specimens between the Museum and the Smithsonian. George A. Otis, D.L. Huntington, and John S. Billings were curators of the Museum during this time. See Museum Records: Accession Records and Curatorial Records: Letterbooks of the Curators for related correspondence.
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