NOTE: This is our TEMPORARY WEBSITE until end of January 2021. Our full website is under maintenance and will relaunch in late January. Please read the following for collections access. ****** The Legacy Center will be closed to researchers and appointments from December 14, 2020 through January 17, 2021. If you have a time-sensitive request, let us know your deadline and we will do our best to get back to you. ****** Other than the winter break, the Legacy Center remains open for remote use, observing COVID-19 restrictions. Access to some collections may be limited. We encourage you to use our digital collections and to contact us via email with any questions. ****** The Legacy Center collections reflect the history of women in medicine and the history of homeopathic medicine through special collections of individuals and organizations and the archival records and heritage of the Drexel University College of Medicine and its predecessor institutions, including Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania (W/MCP) and Hahnemann University. ****** We look forward to hearing from you and thanks for your patience! ****** Materials can be accessed in the following ways:
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- Meeting minutes of the Board of Managers of the Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1874-1880
- Bound minute book containing detailed record of the deliberations of, and resolutions adopted at, stated and special meetings of the board of managers of the Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia. Founded in 1861 by Ann Preston, M.D., Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia (WMH) provided clinical experience fo...
- Woman's medical journal, Volume XXVI, Number 4
- A monthly journal published in the interests of women physicians. Official organ of the Medical Women's National Association
- A thesis on rise and progress of medicine
- Early student thesis. Elizabeth Bertolet's married name was Heilig.
- Dr. Lillie Rosa Minoka Hill picking up her mail at her farm home on the Oneida Reservation in Wisconsin
- Lillie Rosa Minoka-Hill graduated from Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1899.