Contains 19 Results:
A news bulletin from the Rural Life Association and three letters, two of which concern the acknowledgement of a donation to the Friends Medical Society, and one of which concerns a donation to the Rural Life Association
This folder consists of correspondence between Dr. J. Huston Westover, Jane Westover, and Jeanne Scanlon re: the changing of Society members' addresses. Scanlon is noted as a member of the personnel department of the American Friends Service Committee.
A list of the number of Society members on the mailing list for the given specialities (e.g. anesthesia, pediatrics, or nurses) and a list of the names of the members for each specialty
The folder consists of correspondence re: the work and financial support of Dr. Elias Srouji and his family. According to the correspondence Srouji came to Philadelphia to specialize in pediatrics
Two copies of the statement presented by Joseph Stokes Jr., M.D, concerning the position of the Friends Medical Society and the Friends Committee on National Legislation re: the draft
Three copies of the statement made by J. Huston Westover in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee, a copy of the statement made by Henry J. Cadbury in front of the Senate Armed Service committee, and correspondence re: Westover's statement.
Includes: numerous copies of the "Public State of the Friends Medical Society" dated May 15, 1962 which addresses the threat posed by increasing investment in themonuclear warfare, correspondence requesting copies of the statement for further distribution, and correspondence discussing the writing and release of the statement