Sub-series consists of scrapbooks of clippings related to tuberculosis that were compiled by Henry Barton Jabobs. Some of the volumes also contain correspondence, ephemera, and brochures related to Jacobs' tuberculosis work.
Contains handwritten notes and lecture outlines on practical therapeutics.
[Bound volume] Personal Scrapbook, red cover, includes original correspondence, clippings, reprints. — 1886-1905
In addition to clippings and reprints, this scrapbook contains many letters related to Henry Barton Jacobs. It includes 3 letters from William Welch regarding Jacobs' appointment to the Johns Hopkins medical faculty (pages 7, 10 and 11).
[Bound volume] Scrapbook, black cover, clippings and correspondence. — 1937-1939
Correspondence and clippings regarding Henry Barton Jacobs and the death of Harvey Cushing. Clippings also include H.L. Mencken articles about Johns Hopkins Hospital.
[Bound volume] Scrapbook, brown cover, clippings regarding Robert Garrett, poetry. — 1868;1880s-1910
[Bound volume] Scrapbook, clippings and photographs regarding openings and monuments. — 1911-1939
Topics include the opening of the Brady Urological Institute, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Phillips Exeter Academy, the Robert Garrett Hospital for Children in Mt. Airy, and Episcopal cathedrals in Baltimore and Maryland. Many of the clippings, photographs and ephemera are related to the transfer of Mary Frick Jacobs' art collection to the Baltimore Museum of Art, which occurred officially on May 6, 1938. Included are many photographs of the new museum wing and its paintings, articles about the raising of the funds for the construction of the wing and the presentation address by Henry Barton Jacobs in transferring the Mary Frick Jacobs Collection to the museum. Also included are clippings and photgraphs related to the 150th anniversary of the Phillips Exeter Academy, obituaries of friends and acquantences of Jacobs, including John Russell Pope, architect of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and bookplates of the Jacobs family.
The first half of this scrapbook contains newspaper clippings related to events in medicine and about Baltimore, including some concerning Mr. and Mrs Robert Garrett. The second half of the scrapbook contains letters, notes and invitations to and from Henry Barton Jacobs primarily from 1901 to 1905 and one from 1921.
Scrapbook includes extensive clippings related to Mary Frick Jacobs death in 1936. Also included are typed notes from Henry Barton Jacobs' speech as toastmaster of a Harvard Club dinner in Baltimore circa 1901, shortly after Ira Remsen was made president of Johns Hopkins University.
Scrapbook consists of clippings, correspondence, ephemera regarding the Eudowood Sanatorium fundraising for which Henry Barton Jacobs was campaign chair.
[Bound volume] Scrapbook, general clippings, some invitations and programs. — 1905-1936
Scrapbooks includes mostly clippings in addition to multiple printed invitations and announcements. Several clippings relate to the death of Mary Frick Garrett Jacobs in 1936. Clippings from 1923 and 1924 mention Dr. Jacobs' charity work to the African American community; one written by Rev H. N. Jeter, a black minister, refers to Henry Barton Jacobs as "a great friend of my people."
[Bound volume] Scrapbook, green cover, art prints, correspondence related to Jacobs role as collector and philanthropist. — 1910-1937
First half of book consists of art prints, second half is correspondence
Scrapbook includes clippings of medical and social events in Baltimore and the eastern United States. One section of the scrapbook is related to the Episcopol Church in Maryland. Some of the correspondence is to Mary Jacobs. Included is an undated and unsigned typed letter addressed to "Mr. President" in which Dr. Jacobs expresses concern regarding United States recognition or support of Russia and the Communist backed faction in arms which are persecuting Christians.
[Bound volume] Scrapbook: black cover, clippings, telegrams, postcards, photographs, condolences on death of Henry Barton Jacobs. — 1903-1940;1939
Scrapbook includes condolence letters from religious and non-religious groups following Jacobs' death. Condolence letters and telegrams are addressed to J. Alexander Johnson. Included is a brief note from the Med-Chi faculty.