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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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MacQuigg, Rodger E., M.D., 1913-1993.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 810; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Rodger E. MacQuigg by Jake Spidle focuses predominantly on Dr. MacQuigg’s 27 years as a chest surgeon at Lovelace Clinic, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons; Thoracic Surgery.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Ephemera, New Mexico Health Systems Agency reports (1984); FL 914.

Maldonado, Jose, M.D., 1904-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 809; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (140 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jose Maldonado by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Maldonado’s nearly fifty years of practice as a surgeon in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral history; Physicians, Surgeons.

Malone, Earl L., M.D., 1914-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1060; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Earl L. Malone by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Malone’s career as a family practitioner of Roswell, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Managed Care Programs
Medicaid Managed Care in New Mexico /New Mexico Welfare Reform (1997-); DC 423.

Mann, Jonathan M., M.D., 1947-1998. [Oral History Collection]
FL 890; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 mins.) + 1 transcript (30 pages) + news articles regarding Dr. Mann's accidental death.
Interview with Jonathan M. Mann by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Mann’s career as of 1996, but focuses specifically on his ten years in New Mexico, 1975-1984.
Access Term(s): Epidemiology; Oral History; Physicians; Internal Medicine; Public Health.

Marshall, I.J., M.D., 1904-1983.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 861; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.), newspaper clipping photocopies.
Interview with I. J. Marshall by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Marshall’s 48 years of medical practice in Roswell, New Mexico as well as his service to the state’s medical community.
PH 119; photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Oral history; Physicians, Family; Physicians, Surgeons; Rural Health.

Marshall, Ulysses S. “Steve,” M.D., 1910-1995.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1168; 1 folder.
1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (17 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Ulysses S. Marshall, a general practice/general surgeon, by Jake Spidle sheds light on the practice realities of small town medicine in New Mexico in the important transitional period of the 1940’s and 1950’s.
Access: Oral history; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Martin, Beatrice, R.N., 1906-1997.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1270; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (100 min.) + 1 transcript (23 p.).
Interview with Beatrice C. Martin by Jake Spidle focuses on Mrs. Martin’s work as a nurse in Albuquerque in the period 1929-1943.
School Nursing; Nursing Homeopathy: question & answers, by Karl Robinson, M.D.; FL 850; Booklet (13p); 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Nursing; Oral history; Homeopathy.

Massey, Robert U., M.D., 1922-2008.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1062; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (11 p.), 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert U. Massey by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Massey’s 18 years at the Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Lovelace Clinic; Oral history; Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Maternal and Infant Care
Salud de Madres y Niños, the Obstetrical Program of La Clinica Del Pueblo, Tierra Amarilla,
     N.M.; FL 911.

Maternal Health Services
Salud de Madres y Niños: A 3-Year Maternal and Infant Care Staff Development Program;
     FL 911.

McAfee Army Hospital. White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.
FL 994; 1 folder.  Dedication ceremony booklet (1964).
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Military; White Sands Missile Range (N.M.).

McCarthy, Jack D., M.D., 1927-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1187; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (40 min.) + 1 transcript (10 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Jack D. McCarthy by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McCarthy’s personal and professional life, particularly his early career at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

McConnell, Thomas S., M.D., 1935-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1271; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (190 min.) + 1 transcript (44 p.), curriculum vitae, 1967 application for licensure, 1 b&w photoprint (6 x 9 cm., 2.5 x 3.5 in.).
Interview with Thomas S. McConnell by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. McConnell’s life and medical career, particularly his internship at the Bernalillo County-Indian Hospital followed by a pathology residency and a faculty position with the new University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Pathology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

McCulloch, John, M.D., 1922-2000.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1188; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (70 min.) + 1 transcript (19 p.), news clippings.
Interview with John C. McCulloch by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. McCulloch’s life and medical career as a family practitioner in Farmington, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

McCurdy School of Practical Nursing. Española, New Mexico.
FL 1039; 1 expanding folder.  Materials describing history, curriculum, etc. (1979-80).
Access Term(s): Education, Nursing.

McKinley County, New Mexico
Gallup Medical Group; PH 117.
McKinley County, N.M.; DC 447.
Rehobeth Hospital. Gallup, N.M.: medical staff; PH 109.

McKinnon, D. Angus, Jr., M.D., 1908-1992.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1061; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with D. Angus McKinnon by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McKinnon’s years at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

McLaren, Leroy C., PhD, 1924-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1205; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (150 min.) + 1 transcript (25 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Leroy C. McLaren by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McLaren’s involvement with the creation and early years of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Microbiology; UNM School of Medicine Faculty.

McNown, Valerie Friedman, M.D., 1916-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1206; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (75 min.) + 1 transcript (18 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Valerie Friedman McNown by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. McNown’s life and career as a pediatrician in the Española Valley of New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Pediatrics; Physicians, Women.

Medicaid
Medicaid Managed Care in New Mexico/New Mexico Welfare Reform (1997-); DC 423.

Medical History Committee, NM Medical Society; PH 198; Photographs; 1 folder. Physicians

Medical Indigency
Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless; DC 434.
“Indigent Care in Sandoval County,” by Ken Brown; FL 862.

Medicine/Business Coalition of New Mexico.
FL 942; 1 folder.  List of meetings (monthly), 1991-1993.
Access Term(s): Occupational Health.

“Medical missionaries in New Mexico, 1880-1940,” by Cheryl J. Foote.
FL 871; 1 folder.  Paper (11p).

Medicine in New Mexico -- from medicine man to meson facility.
FL 877; 1 folder.  New Mexico Magazine, special issue (Jan., 1980).
Access Term(s): Cardiology; Carrie Tingley Hospital; Nursing; Physicians; Telemedicine.

“Medicine in New Mexico: a historical perspective” by Robert T. Divett.
FL 869; 1 folder.  Paper.
Access Term(s): History of Medicine.

“Medicine man's art,” by Anna Nolan Clark.
FL 1091; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Magazine, May 1940.
Access Term(s): Sand-paintings; Traditional Medicine.

Medicine, Traditional
Curanderismo; FL 903.
Florilegio Medicinal: Source of Southwest Ethnomedicine; FL 1125.
“Indian Sweat Lodge,” by Laura D. Martin; FL 1028.
Navajo Ethnobotany, photographic slides, 7 folders; PH 141-147.
“Navajo Theory of Disease and Healing Practices” by Carl N. Gorman; FL 1029.
“Remedio A Day Keeps the Doctor Away,” by Tibo J. Chavez; FL 1094.

Memorial General Hospital/Memorial Medical Center. Las Cruces, New Mexico.
CN 140; 1 box.  Assorted historical and informational publications.
Access Term(s): Dona Ana County, New Mexico; Hospitals, public.

Memorial Hospital. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 938; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Hospitals, Psychiatric.

Mendelson, Ralph W., M.D., 1888-1968.
FL 828; 1 folder.  Two cassette tapes of interview with daughter and two cassette tapes of interview with Robert Friedenberg, M.D.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Internal Medicine.

Mental Health Resources, Inc. Portales, New Mexico.
DC 427; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s): Mental Health Services.

Mental Health / Mental Health Services
Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)-New Mexico; DC 427.
Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Albuquerque Affiliate; DC 427.
Chicano Plan for Mental Health; FL 938.
Directory of Mental Health Facilities in New Mexico; CN 137, Box 2, f.7.
Mental Health Resources, Inc. Portales, N.M.; DC 427.
New Mexico Council of Community Mental Health Services, Inc., Albuquerque, N.M.; FL 1259.
San Juan Mental Health & Counseling Service, Inc. Farmington, N.M.; (1962-75); DC 404.
Southwest Community Mental Health Services Inc. Las Cruces N.M.; FL 948.

Mental Retardation
Albuquerque Association for Retarded Children, Inc. Albuquerque, N.M.; CN 154.
Committee for Aid to Mentally Handicapped Children. Springer, N.M.; CN 154, box 5.

Methodist Deaconess Hospital/Sanatorium, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 413; 1 document case.  Annual Reports, 1912/13-1950 and Monthly Reports, 1926-49.
PH 118; photographs; 1 folder. 
Access Term(s): Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

Mid Rio Grande County Medical Society.
CN 108; 1 box.  Records, 1959-1987.
Access Term(s): Societies, Medical.

Mid-Rio Grande Health Planning Council, Inc.
CN 113; 1 box.  Publications, minutes, etc. (1972-1976).
Access Term(s): Health Planning.

Microbiology
McLaren, Leroy C., Ph.D, 1924-; FL 1205.

Midwifery, New Mexico
Catholic Maternity Institute. Santa Fe; DC 445.
Commonwealth Fund Grant to New Mexico Department of Public Health (1929-1937); DC 482.
Midwives; PH 014.
New Mexico (State). Health and Environment Department; CN 120, f.16.
New Mexico (State). Health and Environment Department; CN 120, f.17.
“Parteras in Northern New Mexico...,” by Mary N. Marquez and Consuelo Pacheco (1962); FL 834.
Southwest Maternity Center. Albuquerque; FL 1291.

Miles, Lee Monroe, M.D., 1887-1956.
FL 1110; 1 folder.  Cassette tape of interviews with two daughters.
Access Term(s): Gynecology; Physicians; Obstetrics.

“Milestones in the medical history of New Mexico,” by Maxine O. Dellinger.
FL 866; 1 folder.  Reprint from Rocky Mountain Medical Journal (Nov. 1962).

Military Medicine
“Early Military Medicine in New Mexico” by Mildred S. Adler; FL 851.

Miller, Edward L., D.O., 1917-1993. [Oral History Collection]
FL 1276; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Millican, Edith F., M.D., 1914-1985.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 811; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (145 min.) + 1 transcript (29 p.).
Interview with Edith F. Millican by Jake Spidle focuses on her quarter-century practice in northern New Mexico, first at Embudo and then in the Mora Valley.
PH 029; photographs; 1 folder.  
“Where the cranes fly: the adventures of Edith F. Millican, M.D. in China, 1943-1948: a medical adventure under the Presbyterian Church in war-torn China,” edited by Carolyn Atkins and Betty A. Isbister; WZ 100 N62 1987.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries; Oral History; Physicians, Women; Public Health.

Milligan, Charles D., D.O., 1921-2004.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1186; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (26 p.), news clippings.
Interview with Charles D. Milligan by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Milligan’s life and career as an osteopathic physician practicing family medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Physicians, Osteopathic.

Milliken, Stewart A., M.D.
FL 1085; 1 folder.  Authorized copies of correspondence held by family.
PH 032; photographs; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Family.

Milner, Virginia V., M.D., 1912-1992.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 812; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (65 min.) + 1 transcript (15 p.), news clippings, 1 color photoprint (9 x 13 cm., 3.5 x 5 in.).
Interview with Virginia Voorhies Milner by Jake Spidle focuses almost exclusively on Dr. Milner’s service in the 1930s and 1940s as a medical missionary in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico.
“La Doctorcita: memoirs of Virginia Voorhies Milner, M.D.: February 1939-September 1941,” Virginia V. Milner; WZ 100 M63 1989.
Access Term(s): Missions and Missionaries; Oral History; Physicians, Women.

Minear, William L., M.D., Ph.D, 1910-1994.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1281; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (220 min.) + 1 transcript (28 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with William L. Minear by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Minear’s thirty years’ practice as an orthopedic surgeon in New Mexico.
CN 121; 1 box.  Papers.
PH 007; 1 folder. Photographs. 
Access Term(s): Carrie Tingley Hospital; Oral History; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Miners Hospital. Raton, New Mexico.
FL 849; 1 expanding folder.  Long-range plan (1983).
PH 059; 1 folder.  Photographs.
Access Term(s): Colfax County, New Mexico; Hospitals, State.

Mining
Crownpoint Spill -- Navajo Reservation, 1979; DC 422.
Mining; DC 422.

Missions and Missionaries
“For the soul is dead that slumbers : the adventures of a surgeon and his family in New Mexico (1946-1996), a memoir, “by Samuel R. Ziegler, M.D. and Isabel H. Ziegler. As told to Norman P. Ziegler, Ph.D,R.N.
“La Doctorcia: memoirs of Virginia Voorhies Milner, M.D.: February 1939-September 1941,” Virginia V. Milner; WZ 100 M63 1989.
“Medical missionaries in New Mexico, 1880-1940” by Cheryl J. Foote; FL 871.
Millican, Edith F., MD; FL 811, PH 029.
Milner, Virginia V, MD; FL 812.
Presbyterian Medical Mission, Dixon & Embudo, N.M.; PH 031.
Ziegler, Samuel R., MD; FL 819.

Molholm, Clifford E., M.D., 1907-1996.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1088; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.).
Interview with Clifford Ellis Molholm by Jake Spidle Surveys the life and career of Dr. Molholm, a family medicine practitioner who spent 36 years in New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Monkbridge Manor/Monkbridge Co., Inc. Sanatorium. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
FL 1119; 1 folder.  Brochure, ca 1925.
Access Term(s): Sanatoria; Tuberculosis.

Moon, Norman F., M.D., 1930-1998.
FL 1197; 1 folder.  7 Cassette Tapes regarding 1980 false arrest.
Access Term(s): Physicians; Surgeons; Orthopedics.

Mora County, NM
“Sangre impura in Mora,” by Walter Clarke; FL 865.

Morgan, Clinton Wilkins, Jr., M.D., 1918-1998.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1279; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (90 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.).
Interview with Clinton Wilkins Morgan, Jr., by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Morgan’s more than thirty years’ practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Neurosurgery; Oral History; Physicians, Surgeons.

Mortality
DC 477; 1 document case.  Ephemera.

Mortimer, Harold M., M.D., 1901-1984.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1078.  2 sound cassettes (140 mins.) + 1 transcript (24 pages).
Interview with Harold M. Mortimer by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Mortimer, a long time general practitioner of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family; Rural Health.

Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis; FL 933.
Rio Grande Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society; FL 933.

Musgrave, Homer, M.D., 1920-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1216; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (130 min.) + 1 transcript (24 p.).
Interview with Homer S. Musgrave by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Musgrave, an anesthesiologist of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Anesthesiology.

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc., New Mexico Chapter. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DC 424; 1 folder.  Newsletter.
Access Term(s):  Eye Diseases; Myasthenia Gravis.

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