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Collection Number: 00837

Collection Title: William de Berniere MacNider Papers, 1905-1962

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Size 27.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 25000 items)
Abstract William de Berniere MacNider MacNider received an M. D. from the University of North Carolina in 1903. He was named Kenan Professor of Pharmacology at UNC in 1905 and Kenan Research Professor of Pharmacology in 1920. He served as Dean of the UNC Medical School from 1937 to 1940 and held numerous lecture and research appointments at universities and hospitals in the mid-Atlantic region. The collection is chiefly correspondence, personal and professional, of William DeBerniere MacNider with friends, relatives, students, and colleagues, relating to his work and the research of others, medical organizations, the University of North Carolina, and local affairs in Chapel Hill, N.C. University of North Carolina materials include discussions of University consolidation, athletics, honorary degrees, faculty activities, the University library, and the medical and public health schools. Also included are manuscript volumes, lecture notes, and laboratory notebooks.
Creator MacNider, William de Berniere, 1881-1951.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the William de Berniere MacNider Papers #837, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from William DeBerniere MacNider and Sallie Foard Shadrack of Chapel Hill and Wilmington, N.C., in 1947 and 1953, with additions from the North Carolina Collection and the Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in 1983, and from the Walter Reece Berryhill Papers (#4174) in 1987.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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William DeBerniere MacNider was born in Chapel Hill, N.C., 25 June 1881, the son of Virginius St. Clair and Sophia Beatty Mallett MacNider. In 1918, he married Sarah Foard, with whom he had a daughter, also named Sarah (Sallie) Foard.

MacNider received an M. D. from the University of North Carolina in 1903. He was named Kenan Professor of Pharmacology at UNC in 1905 and Kenan Research Professor of Pharmacology in 1920. He served as Dean of the UNC Medical School from 1937 to 1940 and held numerous lecture and research appointments at universities and hospitals in the mid-Atlantic region.

MacNider was an active member of many professional organizations and a frequent contributor to medical and biological journals. He died 31 May 1951.

(Source: Who's Who in America, 1950-1951.)

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The papers of University of North Carolina Medical School dean and professor of pharmacology Walter de Berniere MacNider consist chiefly of correspondence, personal and professional, of MacNider (1881-1951) and his friends, relatives, students, and colleagues, relating to his work and the research of others, to the University of North Carolina, and to local affairs in Chapel Hill, N.C. University of North Carolina materials include discussions of University consolidation, athletics, honorary degrees, faculty activities, the University library, and the medical school and the public health school. Family correspondence (1931-1950) appears as Series 1.2. Series 2 includes manuscript volumes, lecture notes, and laboratory notebooks.

The official records of MacNider's tenure as dean of the University of North Carolina Medical School are not included in this collection.

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Contents list

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About 245000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Personal and professional correspondence between MacNider and his friends, students, and colleagues. Topics range from discussions of MacNider's own work and the work of others in scientific research to subjects of a more personal nature. They refer also to local affairs in Chapel Hill and to issues relating to the University of North Carolina, including the consolidation of the three colleges, athletics, honorary degrees, faculty activities, the University library, and the Medical and Public Health schools.

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1929 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 93-114

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1930 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 115-144

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1931 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 145-174

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1932 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 175-208

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1933 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 209-250

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1934 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 251-286

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1935 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 287-328

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1936 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 329-371

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1937 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 372-420

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1938 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 421-466

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1939 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 467-501

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1940 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 502-544

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1941 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 545-587

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1942 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 588-623

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1944 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 659-694

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1945 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 695-725

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1946 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 726-760

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1947 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 761-794

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1948 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 795-824

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1949 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 825-847

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1950 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 848-853

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1951 #00837, Series: "1. General Correspondence, 1905-1951." Folder 854-856

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Family Correspondence, 1931-1950.

About 700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence of a personal nature among MacNider and members of his family.

Folder 857-870

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Family correspondence #00837, Series: "2. Family Correspondence, 1931-1950." Folder 857-870

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated.

13 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Manuscript volumes of lecture and laboratory notes, some of which have been removed from their binders and placed in folders. Also included are reprints of several of MacNider's journal articles and speeches.

Volume V-837/1

Notes on Materia Medica, Volume 1, 1901 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/1

Handwritten notes by MacNider

Volume V-837/2

Notes on Materia Medica, Volume 2, 1901 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/2

Handwritten notes by MacNider

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Pharmacology, 1906 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/3

Handwritten notes by MacNider

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Pharmacodynamics, 1910 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/4

Handwritten laboratory notes

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Pharmacodynamics, 1910 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/5

Handwritten laboratory notes by MacNider's student James William Farrior

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Process of Aging: Observations Recorded in Publications 1910-1937 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/6

Typewritten

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The Pharmacodynamics of Drugs in Pathological States, 1918 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/7

Handwritten lecture notes

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Lectures in Pharmacology, 1918 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/8

Typewritten notes taken by MacNider's student R. B. McKnight

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Pharmacology Laboratory Notebook, 1910s #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/9

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Laboratory Test Records, Volume 1, 1924-1943 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/10

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Laboratory Test Records, Volume 2, 1927-1935 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/11

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Abstracts on Aging, 1942 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/12

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Reprints of Journal Articles, 1928-1950 #00837, Series: "3. Volumes, 1901-1951 and undated." V-837/13

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31 items.

Photographs of MacNider, his friends and colleagues, and various buildings on the campus of the University of North Carolina.

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William de Bernierer MacNider, circa 1939 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/1

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Walter Reece Berryhill (1900-1979), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/2

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John B. Graham, undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/3

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Henry A. Christian (1876-1951): Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass., 19 December 1925, #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/4

Photograph by L. G. Hermann, Boston

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Henry A. Christian: Boston, June 1921 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/5

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V. Korenschevsky: Oxford, England, 12 February 1946 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/6

Photograph by Wakefields, Ealing West London

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Charles W. Tillett (1888-1952), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/7

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E. M. K. Geiling, undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/8

Photograph by Bachrach, Baltimore, Md.

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E. M. K. Geiling and John J. Abel (1857-1938), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/9

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Richard Harry Whitehead (1865-1916), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/10

Photograph by Cole and Holladay, Durham, N.C.

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Enlargement of P-827/10 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/11

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Thomas W. Harris (1839-1888), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/12

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Charles Staples Mangum (1870-1939), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/13

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Issac Hall Manning (1866-1946), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/14

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Englargement of P-827/14 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/15

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Robert Ervin Coker (1876-1967), circa 1938 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/16

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Members of the National Academy of Science, Chapel Hill, N.C., October 1938 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/17

Identified in Chapel Hill Weekley, 26 October 1938

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Members of the National Academy of Science, possibly Chapel Hill, N.C., circa 1938 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/18

Photograph by Fred S. Howard Photographic Service, Falmouth Heights, Maine

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Harvey William Cushing (1869-1929), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/19

Photograph of portrait by John Bryant, 1924

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Isaac Hall Manning, undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/20

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Adam T. Thorp (b. 1893), undated #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/21

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UNC Baseball Team, 1894 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/22

UNC-UVA game held at Greensboro. Players include: Fletcher H. Bailey (b. 1876), catcher; Harris T. Collier (b. 1876), pitcher; Theodore Garnett, UVA, at bat (photograph by George Stephens)

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Person Hall, 1920s #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/23

Photograph by Wootten-Moulton

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Caldwell Hall, 1950s #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/24

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MacNider Hall, 1952 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/25

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Medical Comples, circa 1962 #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/26

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Unidentified #00837, Series: "4. Pictures, circa 1920-1962 and undated." P-837/27-31

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6 items.

A journal articles, a does book, a letter, a short biography of Graham Lusk, a speech, and two notebooks relating to the medical career of William de Berniere MacNider. The article was written by MacNider, and the dose book and notebooks may have been used by MacNider as teaching aides. The letter, dated 1 April 1926, is to MacNider from A. B. Macallum. The speech may be by MacNider; it was delivered to the North Carolina Medical College in Charlotte, N.C., in 1906. The biography of Lusk has a note on the cover written by MacNider.

Box 2

Letter #00837, Series: "Addition of June 1987, 1906-1933 and undated." Box 2

Box 22

V-837/14-17 #00837, Series: "Addition of June 1987, 1906-1933 and undated." Box 22

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Processing Information

Processed by: Roslyn Holdzkom and Winifred Fordham, February 1987

Encoded by: Roslyn Holdzkom, November 2006

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