Guide Encoded by ArchProteus
Encoding Project Coordinated by
Lisa A. Mix
The copyright to the entire content of this guide, including text,
image source files, HTML and SGML source codes and presentation, is owned
by The Johns Hopkins Health System and The Johns Hopkins University.
The Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
5801 Smith Avenue, Suite 235
Baltimore, MD 21209
Personal Papers Catalog
Adolf Meyer Collection
In the course of this project we received invaluable support and advice from the following individuals: John Dean, Collection Maintenance Officer, The Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Richard P. Longaker, Provost, The Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Paul R. McHugh, Henry Phipps Professor of Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions; Harry E. Melvin Jr., Business Manager, The Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Edward Papenfuse, Maryland State Archivist; Richard M. Wolfe, Rare Books Librarian, The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine; and Elin Wolfe, Archivist, The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. We are also grateful to Janet Koudelka and Eunice Winters for their cooperation and advice.
A large debt of thanks is due to Martha Zimmerman, Assistant Archivist, whose energy and dedication contributed significantly to the project's success. In addition, Dale Dingledine and Anne Johnson provided indispensable assistance in the last stages of the project.
The project was supported in part by NIH Grant 02886 from the National Library of Medicine.
Many individuals have been involved in the endeavor to encode the Guide to the Adolf Meyer Collection. Lisa A. Mix deserves particular praise for her excellent coordination of the overall project. Nicolas Maftei and his colleagues at ArchProteus were exemplary in all aspects of their work from their programming design to the quality controls that they imposed for each entry. I extend special gratitude to everyone who has helped to make this wonderful resource that Ruth Leys produced available on the World Wide Web.
25 October 1999