Name and location of repository
Level of description
Teresa Hayes, MD, PhD papers
- 1994-2002 (Creation)
0.5 cubic feet (1 box)
Name of creator
Teresa Gray Hayes, MD, Ph.D. is an oncologist and an associate professor in hematology and oncology at Baylor College of Medicine. She earned both a Ph.D. and an MD from New York University School of Medicine, in 1981 and 1982, respectively
Content and structure elements
Scope and content
The Teresa Hayes, MD, PhD papers contains photographs, artifacts, documents, speeches, and books related to Dr. Hayes’ work with Dr. Armin Weinberg radiation effects and events projects and the United Methodist Health Initiative. in Kazakhstan and Russia. The collection equals about .5 cubic foot (1 box) and includes 286 photographs.
Subjects: Radiation Effects and Events, Baylor College of Medicine
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Conditions of access and use elements
Conditions governing access
Some restrictions may apply.
Materials are in good condition.
Conditions governing reproduction
Permission to publish from this material must be facilitated through the repository, McGovern Historical Center.
Languages of the material
Scripts of the material
Language and script notes
An inventory based on creator notations on photographs is available.
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Acquisition and appraisal elements
Immediate source of acquisition
Dr. Teresa Hayes donated photo album, books, and other materials related to her work in Russia and Kazakhstan with Dr. Armin Weinberg. Digital files of photographs were delivered to the donor on May 29, 2018.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information
Accruals may occur.
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Existence and location of originals
Existence and location of copies
Related archival materials
- Citation: Teresa Hayes, MD, PhD papers; MS 213; John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library. Please cite the box and folder numbers where appropriate.
- Processing information: Photographs have been digitized, removed from the scrapbook, and rehoused into PAT photograph preserver sleeves. They are stored in a document box. Photographs have some descriptions on back. Small artifacts and books are housed in a document box. Each photograph has been assigned an identification number which corresponds to digital file. IDs were written on the back of the print. Apparent duplicates were grouped together and should be appraised for retention.
- Processing information: Photographs have been digitized, and the files are stored in the digital collections drive (DCD). A rough inventory of photograph content was created based on the descriptions provided on the photographs.
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Rules or conventions
Processed by Sandra Yates, 2018.