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  • 1. Finding Aid for the G.V. Black Collection
  • Digitized collection of selected manuscripts, correspondence and photographs from the G.V. Black Collection in the Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University.
  • 2. Galter Health Sciences Library Special Collections
  • Includes items from Medical and Dental Schools and its predecessors, the Chicago Medical College and University Dental College, American College of Dental Surgery & Northwestern College of Dental Surgery, and the Woman's Medical College.
  • 5. University Archives: Northwestern University Library
  • The Northwestern University Archives, established in 1935, holds material pertaining to every aspect of the history of Northwestern. The Archives serves as the repository for both non-current official University records and a wide variety of other records including the papers of individual faculty members, the records of student organizations, materials pertaining to alumni, publications, photographs, scrapbooks, and artifacts.
  • 6. Vesalius Project at Northwestern University
  • On the fabric of the human body, an annotated translation of the 1543 and 1555 editions of Andreas Vesalius' De humani corporis fabrica by Daniel Garrison and Malcolm Hast, with an introduction by Vivian Nutton.
Last Updated: 04/04/2014

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