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Patient's Voices in Early 19th Century Virginia [electronic resource]: Letters to Doct. James Carmichael & Son

Shepherd, Laura; Stedman, Steve; Huyser, Sara; Pearson, Janet; Sallans, Andrew; Sharp, Henry K; Topper, Joby; White, Alison; Gibson, Matthew; Ragon, Jay B; Wilson, Michael K; Klein, Joan Echtenkamp; University of Virginia; Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
Format
Manuscript/Archive; Online
Published
Charlottesville, Va. : The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, c2005.
Language
English
Variant Title
Letters to Doct. James Carmichael & Son.
Letters to Dr. James Carmichael & Son.
Carmichael letters.
Related Resources
GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION
Summary
The website is composed of two sections: the story and the collection. In the story section is a biographical sketch of James Carmichael (1771-1831), a prominent Fredericksburg physician and description of the letters. On the collection side there are subject, date, and keyword search options; a Who's who list, places mentioned, and an analysis of the Carmichael letters written by Laura Shepherd, MD. Additionally there is Carmichael's 1816 daybook and related materials links.
Description
Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
Notes
  • Title from title screen; description based on the screen of May 26, 2005.
  • "All the original Carmichael letters are physically maintained in the Albert & Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia. The citation for these papers should be: Dr. James Carmichael Papers, 1816-1832 and n.d., Accession #11373, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, VA." from the website.
Credits
Website designer: Steve Stedman; Exhibition text writer: Sara Huyser; Historical Collections Project Team for document preparation and scanning, data analysis and editing: Janet Pearson, Andrew Sallans, Hal [Henry K.] Sharp, Joby Topper, Alison White; Web Development Team: Matthew Gibson, Bart Ragon, Mike Wilson; Project Director: Joan Echtenkamp Klein.
Terms of Use
"Except where marked otherwise, all text and images in this exhibit are the property of Historical Collections & Services of the Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia. For permission to reproduce any of the text or images, please contact Historical Collections & Services"--From website disclaimer viewed, May 26, 2005.
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