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China Medical Board of New York

The China Medical Board, Inc. Collection, 1914-1971, consists almost exclusively of material dealing with the Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), 1918-1951. The Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) appears to have sent to its financial supporters, first the China Medical Board and then the China Medical Board, Inc., much of its correspondence, memos and reports, to keep those in New York informed as to what was going on in China. As the ownership of the buildings and grounds of the Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) was transferred from the CMB to the CMB, Inc., many records were also transferred. This accounts for many pre-1928 documents found in the files.

Rose, Ernestine, 1880-1961

Correspondence, course outlines, reading lists, programs, minutes, and survey questionnaires on hospital libraries. These papers contain her correspondence and course related materials for hospital librarianship which she taught at Columbia University, 1945-1947; her correspondence and teaching materials for the Columbia Conference on Hospital Library Service and Training, 30 November 1945; her correspondence, minutes, and program for the Columbia Institute on Library Service in Hospitals, 16 April 1946; and questionnaires and data summary sheets for a survey of New England and Mid-Atlantic hospital and patients' libraries she conducted for the Library School in April 1947, for the purpose of developing a curriculum to train librarians for medical and patients' libraries.

Joint Committee on Importations

Correspondence and reports of the Joint Committee on Importations of Thomas Paul Fleming (1907-), Medical Librarian, Columbia University, 1927-1972. The major correspondents are Thomas P. Fleming, Representative of the Medical Library Association, Harry M. Lydenberg, Chairman and Director of the New York Public Library, and Keyes D. Metcalf, Executive Board Member and Director of Harvard University Library.