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UNM Health Sciences Library & Informatics Center

MSC 09 5100
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Phone: (505) 272-2311

Alphabetic / Subject Guide to the Collections, Photoarchives and Oral Histories

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Laboratories
New Mexico Medical Laboratories, Inc. Albuquerque; FL 1214.

La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program. Albuquerque, New Mexico.  
FL 864; 1 folder.
Publication: Economic Impact Report (“Economic impact considerations of La Llave Drug Rehabilitation Program,” by Gediminas A. Cibas) 1974.
Access Term(s): Substance Abuse; Treatment Programs.

La Mesa Medical Center. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1277; 1 folder.  Ephemera (1993).
Access Term(s): Health Facilities.

Lander, Ernest Wilbur, M.D., 1906-1997. [Oral History Collection]

FL 808; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (135 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.), paper of reminiscences (12 p.).
Interview with Ernest Wilbur "Bud" Lander by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Lander’s 48 years’ practice in Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family’ Rural Health.

Landmann, Heinz Richard, M.D., 1908-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1202; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with H. Richard Landmann by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Landmann, an internist of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; University of New Mexico School of Medicine.

Las Vegas, New Mexico
Las Vegas hospital, photograph; PH 067.
Las Vegas Hospital. Las Vegas, N.M.; FL 988
Las Vegas Medical Center Newsletters, ephemera (1990s), 2 folders; CN 149.
Las Vegas Medical Center Newsletters, ephemera (1990s), 2 folders; CN 149.
Las Vegas/San Miguel County Medical Society (1948-1980), Minutes, correspondence; CN 138.
“Pioneer Physicians in Las Vegas, N.M.: 1880-1911,” by Dorothy S. Beimer; FL 1097.
Publication promoting a new hospital in Las Vegas, N.M. (1948); FL 988.

Latimer, Earl A., M.D.., 1919-1998.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 908; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 mins.) + 1 transcript (12 p.), 1 obituary notice.
Interview with Earl A. Latimer, Jr. by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Latimer’s life and his career as a family practitioner of Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Legant, Omar, M.D.
PH 026; 1 folder;  photographs. 
Access Term(s): Physicians; Radiology.

Levin, Louis, M.D., 1916-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1219; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (160 min.) + 1 transcript (27 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Louis Levin by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Levin’s life and career as an internist of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral history; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Levitt, JoAnn N., M.D., 1925-2012.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 858; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (16 pages); curriculum vitae; news clippings.
Interview with JoAnn N. Levitt by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Levitt’s medical career as, first, a nurse; then a physician (anesthesiologist); and, finally, as a medical society officer and professional administrator of the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners.
Access Term(s): Board of Medical Examiners; Oral History; Physicians, Anesthesiology.

Libo, Lester M., Ph.D., 1923-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1222; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (14 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Lester M. Libo by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Libo’s life and career as a psychologist in private practice and with the state Department of Public Health, and as faculty with the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
RWT 150 AUB 1980, Pt. 1-2; Autumn Faces [slides]. 
WM 30 G87 1968: “Mental health consultants: agents of community change,” [by] Charles R. Griffith [and] Lester Libo.
Access Term(s): Community Mental Health Services; Mental Health Service; Oral History; Psychology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Licensure
New Mexico (State). Health and Environmental Department; CN 153.

Licensure, Medical
New Mexico (State). Board of Medical Examiners; FL 1084.

Licensure, Pharmacy
New Mexico (State). Board of Pharmacy; CN 112.

Lincoln County, New Mexico.
Fort Stanton Tuberculosis Sanatorium; FL 1109
“Lincoln County, New Mexico: A Plan for Preservation and Growth (1974);” DC 440.

Living Through Cancer, Inc. Albuquerque, N.M.
DC 448; 1 Document Case.
Annual Report 1984/85; Newsletter 1988 to present.
Access Term(s): Cancer; Survivors; Social Service Agency

Loftfield, Robert B., Ph.D., 1919-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1190; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (220 min.) + 1 transcript (42 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Robert B. Loftfield by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Loftfield’s involvement with the beginning and early years of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine as the school’s first biochemist.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Biochemistry; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

Long-Term Care
Long-term care - New Mexico; reports, studies, etc. by New Mexico legislature and state agencies and commissions (1979-86); DC 472.
New Mexico Health Care Association; CN 144.

Los Alamos County, New Mexico.
Los Alamos; ephemera on the city, county and scientific laboratory; DC 456.
Los Alamos County; ephemera; DC 456.
Los Alamos County Medical Society; ephemera; DC 456.
“Los Alamos handbook of radiation monitoring;” 1958 report no. LA-1835, 3d ed.; DC 456.
Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF); photographs; PH 221.
Rosen, Louis, Ph.D.; FL 1251.

Love, Erika.
FL 1107; 1 expanding folder.
Oral history interview by Medical Library Association (1985-86).
Access Term(s): Directors; UNM Health Sciences Center Library.

Lovelace Clinic, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Anderson, Robert O.; FL 876.
Barol, Samuel R.; FL 854.
Chiffelle, Thomas L.; FL 804.
Kemper, C.M., M.D.; FL 1269.
Levin, Louis, M.D.; 1219.
Lovelace Clinic: Astronaut Testing; Photographs; PH 046.
Lovelace Clinic: Board of Directors, medical staff; Photographs; PH 043.
Lovelace Clinic: Buildings & Grounds; Photographs; PH 044.
Lovelace Clinic/Hospital/Medical Center/Health Plan; Publications, ephemera (1950s-); CN 114.
MacQuigg, Rodger E., M.D. ; FL 810.
Massey, Robert U., M.D.; FL 1062.
McCarthy, Jack, M.D.; FL 1187.  
McKinnon, D.A., Jr., M.D.; FL 1061.
Overton, Lewis M.; FL 814.  
Pasternak, Derick P., M.D.; FL 954. (not on innopac)
Turner, Robert S., M.D.; FL 1192.
Twiest, Melvin W., M.D.; FL 987. 
White, Clayton S. “Sam”; M.D.; FL 897. 

Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Campbell, Jack M.; FL 964. 
Luft, Ulrich C., M.D.; FL 1131. 
Mckinnon, D.A., Jr., M.D.; FL 1061. 
Operational highlights (report), 1969/70 and 1970/71; CN 114.
WA 30 L898 1991: “Proceedings of the 1991 annual symposium: Frontiers of community health,” edited by Neill Piland and Lawrence Berger.
Schwichtenberg, Albert H., M.D.; FL 829. 

Lovelace Medical Center (Lovelace Health Systems), Albuquerque, New Mexico
WA 24 L94 1987: “The Lovelace Medical Center: pioneer in American health care.”  
WA 24 L94 199?: “The Lovelace Medical Center: toward the 21st century.”  
WZ 70 L898 2001: “Eighty years of caring, 1922-2002: the story of Lovelace Medical Center.”
W 84 H41 1999: “Twenty-first century healthcare in New Mexico : constructing a rational plan : report of the twenty-third New Mexico First Town Hall, October 21-24, 1999, Las Cruces, New Mexico / sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico, Lovelace Health Systems, New Mexico Heart Institute, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, St. Joseph Healthcare ; background report by University of New Mexico Health Science Center, Health Sciences Ethics Program.”

Lovelace, William Randolph “Uncle Doc” I, M.D., 1883-1968.
FL 826; 1 folder.
PH 041; Photographs; 1 folder.
PH 045; Photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Lovelace Physicians; Medical Directors

Lovelace, William Randolph II, M.D., 1907-1965.
FL 827; 1 folder.
PH 042; Photographs; 1 folder.
PH 045; Photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Lovelace Clinic; Physicians, Surgeons.

Lowenstein, Bernard, M.D., 1908-2002.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 950; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.).
Interview with Bernard Lowenstein by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Lowenstein’s lengthy medical practice in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Indian Health Service; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Tuberculosis; Veteran's Administration Hospital, Albuquerque, N.M. (VAMC).

Luft, Ulrich C., M.D., 1910-1991.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1131; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (190 min.) + 1 transcript (36 p.), newspaper clipping.
Interview with Ulrich C. Luft by Jake Spidle summarizes Dr. Luft’s life and career as a research scientist at the Lovelace Medical Foundation in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Aerospace Medicine; Oral History; Physicians; Research; Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research.

Lukens, Charles Edward, M.D.
“The Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A History of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson; FL 1173.

Lung Diseases
American Lung Association of New Mexico; DC 414.
Chronic Pulmonary Disease in Children and Young Adults; FL 996.
English, Frank A., M.D.; FL 852.
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D.; FL 856.
Samet, Jonathan M., M.D.; FL 1030.
Southwestern Regional Pediatric Pulmonary Center, Albuquerque; FL 996.

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