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This folder contains a variety of articles, phamphlets, and letters from other, primarily Quaker, organizations, primarily pertaining to health and medicine in and outside of the United States. The American Friends Service Committee, and committees and councils within that organization, features prominently and the most common topics include improving health in China, Vietnam, and the United States.
Three phamplets from the Medical Association for the Prevention of War which describe the reasoning for the creation of the Association and the activities of the organization
There are three folders in this folder: one from the Mennonite Central Committee, one from the Secretary-Treasurer of the Mennonite Medical Association, and one from the Mennonite Central Committee
Includes requests for advice from the Friends Medical Society and for open positions in various jobs and geographical locations. Responses, usually from Jane Westover and J. Huston Westover, are sometimes included with an indication of if the Society can help the inquirer
A large folder of correspondence--mainly thank you notes which acknowledge someone's donation of medicine or supplies to the project--which pertain to the coordination between the Friends Medical Society and the American Friends Service Committee on sending drugs and medical supplies to Korea.
Includes numerous reports on the establishment, activities, and needs of the Friends Service Unit Project at Kunsan, Korea. Herbert Bowles, M.D. is the author of most of the reports.