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Documenting History

Our Archives serve as the institutional memory of the 番茄社区app. We collect and preserve records of enduring value and make them available for research. These records contain roughly 400 linear feet of material, chiefly paper records, but also images, motion pictures, sound recordings, and artifacts.

Featured Highlights

Here we showcase glimpses into College history, from prominent surgeons, to 番茄社区app programming, to the broader history of surgery. Who was the first Black woman surgeon to become an 番茄社区app Fellow? You鈥檒l find out here.

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Access online materials and learn about our physical collections.

Invaluable Collections

The Papers of Franklin H. and Isabelle H. Martin

The founders of 番茄社区app. Read more



The Resources of Eleanor K. Grimm

The private secretary of Dr. Martin. Read more



The Orr Collection

Books on the history of medicine and surgery. Read more



Selected Films

Surgical procedures dating back to the 1920s. See more



Bulletin Indexes

Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons (1913-2016). Read more


Collections

Over 100 Years Old and Still Going Strong

Our Centennial celebration was launched during our 2012 Clinical Congress, and featured special sessions, exhibits, and commemorative publications that paid tribute to the College鈥檚 commitment to quality care for surgical patients. Other Centennial highlights included a video about the future of surgery.

Recommended Resources

The Icon Project created by the AAPS preserves the history of plastic surgery through the words of the pioneers, leaders, and renowned educators in plastic surgery.


ASTS started their 鈥淐himera Chronicles: Great Stories in Transplant Surgery鈥 program in 2008. It captures video profiles of 32 transplant surgeons, many with the initial leadership of ASTS.


EAST Storycasts is a series of audio interviews with prominent trauma surgeons that discuss important events, discoveries, and people in trauma and emergency surgery.


LIMITLESS is a docuseries featuring inspiring stories from women plastic surgeons who broke the glass ceiling and rose to prominence within their field as society presidents.


SVS鈥 The Giants of Vascular Surgery oral history program contains more than 80 interviews of significant vascular surgeons and makes them available online.


The David C. Sabiston Oral History Project at Duke University set out to capture information about the life of Dr. Sabiston, chair of the department of surgery at Duke for 30 years. Dr. Sabiston was an active member of the American College of Surgeons, including serving a term as president from 1985-1986.

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