Stanley T. Fortuine medical school notes

Abstract: 

Notes taken by Fortuine during his studies at the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, 1912-1916. A wide range of clinical disciplines is covered, although notes on surgery predominate. In addition, there are several folders of notes he took on his medical reading of both German and English-language texts.

Among the many teachers mentioned in the notes are Walter Bastedo, George Brewer, Edwin Cragin, William Darrach, Virgil Gibney, L. Emmett Holt, Arnold Knapp, and Allen O. Whipple.

Creator: 

Stanley T. Fortuine, 1887-1944

Date [inclusive]: 

1912-1916

Languages: 

English

Physical Description: 

.66 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Collection: 

Access: 

Unrestricted.

Cite as: 

Stanley T. Fortuine Medical School Notes, Archives & Special Collections, Columbia University Health Sciences Library.