Houston (Tex.)

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Houston (Tex.)

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Houston (Tex.)

  • UF Houston, Texas

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Houston (Tex.)

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Francine Jensen, MD papers

  • MS 118
  • Collection
  • 1882-2000s
  1. Book: Den Nye ABC Myrebogen Nr. 1, Af en Skolemand. Kobenhavn: H. Hagerups Forlag, n. d.
  2. Book: Mexico Pintoresco Artistico y Monumental. Mexico, 1882
  3. Wooden box with Caulk’s gold plating solution bottle, instruction for plating and brush inside
  4. Scale in wooden box: Chief Castloy; especially adapted for individual manufacturing of general purpose casting gold
  5. 2 ink fountain pens; 2 ballpoint pens
  6. Small glass mortar and pestle
  7. Inside wall thermometer from the Sholl Dental Laboratories
  8. Vase made of vanilla beans in can container
  9. Porcelain [humidor] jar with cover; “Dominican Sisters” inscribed bottom of jar
  10. 2 ink fountain pens; 1 gold plated ballpoint pen; 1 pen and pen pusher with ivory handles
  11. Brass cane handle
  12. Small porcelain tray
  13. Colored photo-portrait of Francine Jensen, MD.

Subjects: Public Health.

Jensen, Francine

Lu Ann Aday, PhD papers

  • MS 214
  • Collection
  • 1964-2014

The Lu Ann Aday, PhD papers contains materials related Lu Ann Aday’s professional career in public health. The papers include her publications, courses she designed and taught, administrative material and consulting work. Many of the records are from her work at the University of Texas School of Public Health-Houston. The material ranges from 1985 to 2007. The material is in good condition. The collection is 23 cubic feet 23 boxes).

Aday, Lu Ann

San Jacinto Lung Association records

  • IC 034
  • Collection
  • 1911-1993

The San Jacinto Lung Association records include correspondence, legal documents, budgets, tuberculosis statistics, committee reports and minutes, printed materials, scrapbooks, articles, christmas seals, and photographs that document the history, community services, staff and administration of the San Jacinto Lung Association. Most notably, the collection highlights the organization’s public health programs to prevent and control tuberculosis as well as its Christmas Seal fundraising campaigns.

The materials are arranged in three series: Organization Records (1911-1993), Photographs (1895-1969), and Scrapbooks (1924-1974). The collection equals 13 cubic feet (12 document and oversize boxes).The materials are in fair condition. Some items were damaged or lost during the flood caused by Tropical Storm Allison in 2001.

San Jacinto Lung Association