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Manuscripts State Archives
Audiovisuals Published Materials|
Manuscripts: Journals, letters, ledgers and diaries.
MSS 74 || John Calvin Williamson
Correspondence, financial records, legal documents and military records
relating to Williamson's medical career business interests and personal life,
including his work as a Civil War surgeon.
MSS 90 ||W. Storer How
Union Army officer and dentist. Personal and business records elating to
How's service with 83d Regt., New York Volunteer Infantry, Harewood Hospital,
Wash., D.C., Bureau of Freedmen of Virginia, Strangers' Home (YMCA), Cincinnati
and family affairs.
MSS 180 || John T. Booth
Physician, of Hartwell and Cincinnati. Civil War diaries relating to 36th
OVI, notes and correspondence, compiled to write a history of the regiment.
MSS 185 || Samuel Sexton
Physician, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and New York City, and assistant surgeon, 8th
Regt., OVI Business and personal correspondence relating to the medical
profession, Civil War, and family affairs.
State Archives: Local and state government records.|
Series 32 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General.
Hospital Register, Western Theater, St. Louis 1863-1865|
List soldiers from Ohio regiments admitted to hospitals in and around St. Louis, Missouri
Series 54 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General. List of
Volunteer Surgeons, 1861-1865|
Entries list Civil War surgeons from Ohio
Series 137 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General. Abstract
of the Board of Surgeons, Camp Chase Hospital 1862|
Case descriptions of Union Army officers admitted to the hospital at Camp Chase in Columbus.
Series 138 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General. Dead
Book of the General Hospital, Columbus, Ohio 1863|
List of Civil War soldiers who died at Columbus General Hospital
Series 139 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General. Surgeon General
Letters dealing with topics such as casualty reports and appointments of surgeons
Series 140 || Adjutant General. Telegraphic Dispatches to
the Surgeon General 1861-1863|
Telegrams received by the Ohio Surgeon General during the Civil War
Series 2330 || Adjutant General.
Surgeon General. Muster-in Roll of Surgeons and
Records of Civil War volunteer medical personnel from Ohio
Series 2331 || Adjutant General. Surgeon General.
Prescription Book, 152nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry 1864 |
List of soldiers of the 152nd OVI who received medical treatment
Audiovisuals: Photographs, video and film footage,
and audio recordings.|
|SC 1178 || Nashville ca. 1861-1865
Photograph of the Civil War hospital ship, Nashville|
SC 4599 || John T. Booth
Photograph of a Civil War physician from Ohio (See also MSS 180)|
Published Materials: Books, periodicals, and pamphlets.|
355.223 Un3t || Tripler, Charles S.
Manual of the Medical Officer of the Army of the United States.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1858.|
973.775 B436p || Kuz, Julian E. and Bradley P. Bengston, eds.
Photographic Atlas of Civil War Injuries.
Grand Rapids: Medical Staff Press; Kennesaw: Kennesay Mountain Press, 1996.|
| 973.775 B 953d ||
Burton, E.P. Diary of E. P. Burton, Surgeon, 7th Regt Ill., 3rd Brig., 2nd Div., 16th A.C.
Des Moines: Historical Records Survey, 1939.|
973.775 D419c ||
Denney, Robert E. Civil War Medicine: Care & Comfort of the Wounded.
New York: Sterling Publishers, 1994.|
973.775 D912m ||
Duncan, Louis C.
The Medical Department of the United States Army in the Civil War.
Gaithersburg: Butternut Press, 1985.|
973.775 H719o ||
Holland, Mary Gardner. Our Army Nurses.
Boston: Lounsbery, Nichols & Worth, 1897.|
973.775 K969o ||
Kuz, Julian E. and Bradley P. Bengston.
Orthopaedic Injuries of the Civil War.
Kennesaw: Kennesaw Mountain Press, 1996.|
973.775 L569m ||
Letterman, Jonathan. Medical Recollections of the Army of the Potomac.
Knoxville: Bohemian Brigade Publishers, 1994.|
973.775 Oh3a ||
Annual Report of the Surgeon General to the Governor of Ohio.
Columbus: Ohio Surgeon General's Office, [ca. 1861-1865]. |
973.775 St82i ||
Straubing, Harold Elk.
In Hospital and Camp:
The Civil War Through the Eyes of Its Doctors and Nurses. Harrisburg: Stackpole Press, 1993.|
973.775 Un3m ||
United States. Surgeon General.
Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion (1861-1865).
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1870-1888.|
973.775 W438 ||
Weist, J. R. The Medical Department in the War. Cincinnati: H. C. Sherick and Company, 1886.|