Women in Medicine, Woman's Medical College and Medical College of
The WMC/MCP collections are composed of the institution's archival records
and special collections on women in medicine, collectively reflecting the
history of the college and women in medicine beginning in the mid-1800s. As the record of the first degree-granting medical school for women, the archives
are integral to the history of women in medicine. The special collections
reach beyond the records of the College to include primary and secondary
materials on the history of all women physicians, internationally.
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Hahnemann University and Early Homeopathic Medicine in the United States
The Hahnemann Collection reflects the history of the institution and its
mission, from the early 1800s into the late 1900s. The University, founded
in 1848 as the Homoeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania and later known as Hahnemann Medical College, initially educated physicians in homeopathy
before gaining national prominence as an academic medical center.
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