Bibliography: University of California, San Francisco
General Books and Monographs
Blaisdell, F. W., and Grossman, Moses. Catastrophes, Epidemics and Neglected Diseases: SFGH and the Evolution of Public Care. San Francisco: SFGH Foundation, 1999.
Dowling, Henry F. Fighting Infection. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1977.
Duffy, John. The Healers: A History of American Medicine. Urbana, Illinois.: University of Illinois Press, 1976.
Flexner, Abraham. Medical Education in the United States and Canada. Boston: Merrymount Press, 1910.
Harden, Victoria. Inventing the NIH: Federal Biomedical Research Policy, 1887-1937. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
Harris, Henry. California's Medical Story. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1932.
Kroeber, Theodora. Ishi In Two Worlds: A Biography of the Last Wild Indian In North America. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1961.
Ludmerer, Kenneth M. Learning to Heal: The Development of American Medical Education. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.
Wilson, John L. Stanford University School of Medicine and the Predecessor
Schools: An Historical Perspective. In press.
Periodicals and Periodical Articles
Berliner, Howard. "A Larger Perspective on the Flexner Report," International Journal of Health Services 5 (1975) : 573-592.
Brieger, Gert H. "The California Origins of the Johns Hopkins Medical School," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 51 (1977): 339-352.
Brieger, Gert H., and M. Rita Carroll. "Make No Mistake of It: A Survey of that Recurring Question...," Alumni Faculty Association Bulletin 30 (Summer/Fall 1986): 2-9.
Bulletin of the University of California Medical Center. San Francisco: Alumni Association, School of Medicine, 1950.
Eloesser, Leo. "The City and County Hospital of San Francisco," American Journal of Surgery 118 (October, 1969).
Flint, Joseph M. "Anatomical Laboratory of the University of California," Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 16 (1905): 32-37.
Fluhmann, C. Frederic. "Symposium on Progress in Obstetrics and Gynecology," The Surgical Clinics of North America 42: 4 (1962).
Gardner, Frances Tomlinson. "The Little Acorn: Hugh Huger Toland, 1806-1880," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 24 (1950).
Gardner, Frances Tomlinson. "King Cole of California," Annals of Medical History, 3rd ser. 2, (May 1940, Part I), and (July 1940, Part II).
Gilman, Daniel Coit. "On Medical Education in the State University," Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of California. Sacramento: T. A. Springer, State Printer, 1873.
Hudson, Robert P. "Abraham Flexner in Perspective: American Medical Education 1865-1910," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46 (1972): 545-561.
Kraus, Shirley. "Stanford University School of Medicine (Medical Schools of the West," Western Journal of Medicine 139 (1983): 244-247.
Lyman, George D. "The Sponge," Annals of Medical History 10 (1928): 460-479.
Pace, Nello. "Tides of Physiology at Berkeley," The Tides of Physiology: Departmental Histories, edited by Arthur B. Otis. Supplement to The Physiologist 29 (October 1986): 7-20.
Pope, Saxton. "The Medical History of Ishi," University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13 (1920): 175-213.
"Stanford University Medical Center: 25 Years," Stanford Medicine (Fall, 1984).
Waterman, T. T. "The Yana Indians," University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology 13 (1918):35-102.
Institutional and Organizational Records
Campbell, W. W. President's Special Report On The Medical School And Hospitals. Lick Observatory Archives, Campbell Papers Folder 288, February 26, 1924.
UCSF Library, Archives:
UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library, Archives:
Oral Histories, Memoirs, and Compilations Pertaining to UC San Francisco
Robert Langley Porter: Physician, Teacher, and Guardian of the Public Health. Interviewed by Edna Tartaul Daniel. Berkeley, Calif.: Regional Cultural History Project, University of California General Library, 1960.
Conversations with Dr. Leslie Latty Bennett: The Research Tradition at UCSF. Interviewed by Rita Carroll and Nancy Rockafellar. San Francisco: Regents of the University of California, 1992.
Conversations with Robert B. Aird, M.D.: Origins of Neurology at UCSF. Interviewed by Nancy Rockafellar. San Francisco: Regents of the University of California, 1995.
Dental History Project, typescripts of oral histories conducted 1967 by Warren Longhurst, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1967, 1114 pp.
Meyer, Karl F. Medical Research and Public Health, typescript of an oral history conducted 1961 by Edna Tartaul Daniel, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1976, 439 pp.
Porter, Robert Langley. Robert Langley Porter, Physician, Teacher, and Guardian of the Public Health, typescript of an oral history conducted 1959 by Edna Tartaul Daniel, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1960, 102 pp.
UCSF Campus Oral History Series:
Surgery in the Postwar Years Series: Interviews with F. William Blaisdell, Haile T. Debas, Alan Johnson, Paul Ebert, Benson Roe, Theodore Schrock, Lawrence Way, T. K. Hunt, J. E. Dunphy, Alfred deLorimier, William Silen, John Najarian.
Carter, William E. , compiler. Tales and Traditions, 8 volumes. Sponsored by UCSF Alumni-Faculty Association, [c1900-1965].
Greenberg, David. Recollections on the History of Biochemistry at the University of California, typescript, 1968.
Hublitz, Erika. Beginnings of the George Williams Hooper Foundation of the University of California San Francisco In AR 91-30, G. W. Hooper Foundation and Department of Epidemiology and International Health, UCSF Archives.
Meyer, Karl Friedrich. Coping with Catastrophe. Eighth Annual Service Award, The Forty-Niners, Shearton-Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, January 21, 1961.
Risse, Guenter, B. History of UCSF: A Long, Extended, Quite Lengthy Chronology of Events, Volume One. Typescript, 1989.
Rockafellar, Nancy. History of UCSF: The Postwar Years, 1945-present, Volume Two. Typescript, 1996.
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