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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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“Tales those nurses told: public health nurses among the Pueblo and Navajo Indians,” by Sandra K. Schackel.
FL 1132; 1 folder.  Article in New Mexico Historical Review (Apr. 1990).
Access Term(s): Indian Health; Public Health Nursing.

Taos County (New Mexico) Cooperative Health Association.
FL 1261; 1 folder.  Article by Charles P. Loomis from American Sociological Review (1945).
Access Term(s): Community Health Services; Taos County, N.M.

Taylor, Owen C., Jr., M.D., 1925-2011.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1238; 1 folder.  1 sound cassette (80 min.) + 1 transcript (16 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (6 x 9 cm., 2.5 x 3.5 in.).
Interview with Owen C. Taylor by Jake Spidle surveys Dr. Taylor’s more than thirty years as a family practitioner with a special interest and expertise in cardiology in Artesia, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians, Family.

Teague, Hubert R., M.D., 1915-2006.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1249; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Hubert R. Teague by Jake Spidle surveys the life and career of Dr. Teague, a general practitioner of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s):  Oral History; Physicians, Family.

“Teenage pregnancy in Taos and Espanola: Attitudes and Education,” by Janet E. Griego and Johnnie R. Vigil.
FL 872; 1 folder.  Study Report, 1985.
Access Term(s): Pregnancy -- In Adolescences

Telemedicine
“Medicine in New Mexico -- From Medicine Man to Meson Facility;” FL 877.
“New Mexico's Proposed Physician-Monitored Remote Areas Health Program,” by Robert B. Munson; FL 885.

Tempest, Bruce Dean, M.D., 1935-.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 894; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 mins.) + 1 transcript (23 pages).
Interview with Bruce D. Tempest by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Tempest’s thirty years’ service in the Indian Health Service, most of it spent on the Navajo Nation Reservation and his contributions to the identification of hantavirus.
Access Term(s):  Epidemiology; Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome; Indian Health Service; Oral History; Physicians; Rural Health.

“Temple of Babies' Smiles -- A history of Regina Hall,” by Ann Johnson-Nelson.
FL 1173; 1 folder.  Research paper.
Access Term(s): Lukens, Charles Edward, M.D.; Child Health Services; Orphanages; Regina Hall (building), Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Thoracic Surgery
Macquigg, Rodger E., M.D.; FL 810.

Torrens, John K., M.D., 1920-2007.  [Oral History Collection]
FL 1228; 1 folder.  3 sound cassettes (215 min.) + 1 transcript (53 p.), news clippings, 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with John K. Torrens by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Torrens’ 36 years’ private practice of psychiatry in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Oral History; Physicians; Psychiatry.

Travers, Phillip Lee, M.D., 1878-1961.
FL 1231; 1 folder.  Videocassette; 1 folder.
Access Term(s): Physicians, Surgeons.

“Treading the elephant's tail: medical problems on the overland trails,” by Peter D. Olch, M.D.
FL 880; 1 folder.  Article from Bulletin of the History of Medicine (Summer 1985).
Access Term(s): History of Medicine—Southwest.

Tuberculosis
“Action of Sunlight Upon Bacteria With Special Reference to B. Tuberculosis” by John
     Weinzirl; FL 884.
Albuquerque Civic Council; FL 923.
“Another Look At Hospital Admission X-Rays,” by Elmer E. Zaudke (1955); FL 977.
Bernalillo County, N.M. Tuberculosis Association, 1955-57; FL 1129.
Climate and Diseases of New Mexico; FL 1124.
“How A Selected Population of Rural Villagers View Tuberculosis...,” by James J. Raigoza;
     FL 833.
“John Weinzirl: A Personal Search for the Conquest of Tuberculosis,” by Judith R. Johnson;
     FL 976
“New Mexico: Salubrious El Dorado,” by Karen D. Shane; FL 1092.
New Mexico Tuberculosis Association; CN 116.
“Report on the Indigent Migratory Consumptive in Certain Cities of the Southwest,” by
     Jessamine S. Whitney; FL 977.
“Rocky Mountain Region for Consumptives,” by Eugene M. Littlejohn; FL 1124.
Rocky Mountain Tuberculosis Conference; FL 1007.
Rosenblatt, Wilhelm F., M.D.; FL 856.
Valmora Industrial Sanatorium, 1922-1965; CN 110.
Western Tuberculosis Conference, September 1956. Santa Fe, N.M.; FL 840.

Turner, Robert S., M.D., 1928-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 1192; 1 folder.  2 sound cassettes (110 min.) + 1 transcript (20 p.), news clippings, curriculum vitae (9 p.), letter/list regarding history of Orthopedics Dept. at Lovelace Medical Center (8 p.), 1 b&w photoprint (10 x 13 cm., 4 x 5 in.).
Interview with Robert S. Turner by Jake Spidle focuses on Dr. Turner’s initial 25 years’ practice as an orthopedic surgeon at Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Orthopedics; Physicians, Surgeons; (NOTE: RESTRICTED ACCESS)

Twiest, Melvin W., M.D., 1944-.   [Oral History Collection]
FL 987; 1 Folder.  2 audiocassettes (125 mins.) + 1 transcript (37 p.), 1 b&w photoprint, 4 x 5 in.
Interview with Melvin W. Twiest by Jake Spidle regarding Dr. Twiest’s years at Lovelace Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Access Term(s): Lovelace Clinic; Oral History; Surgeons.

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