MCW Libraries Digital Collections
The Medical College of Wisconsin was founded in 1893 as the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons. This collection features a collection of the College's commencement announcements and annual catalogues from 1893-1913.
The MCW Heritage Portrait Gallery contains digital reproductions of portraits located throughout the College. Portrait subjects include Deans, Presidents and other notable figures in the Medical College of Wisconsin's history.
The MCW History Collection contains photographs, books and other materials related to the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The Armand J. Quick Collection includes digitized reproductions of materials from the MCW Archives that relate to the work and life of Armand Quick, Ph.D., M.D. Dr. Quick is best known for the Quick prothrombin test. This collection is only accessible to authorized Medical College of Wisconsin network users.
Marquette Electronics was founded in 1964 by Warren Cozzens and Michael Cudahy. They produced their first medical electronics system, a “Central Electrocardiographic System,” for Northwestern Medical School in 1965. As word of the company’s success spread throughout the industry, Marquette Electronics expanded into stress …
The Medical College of Wisconsin Libraries established a Digital Collections initiative in 2010. The goal of this initiative is to make MCW's unique library and archival materials available to students, staff, and faculty of the Medical College of Wisconsin and the community as a whole. Digitization projects are currently under development.
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