Collection Finding Aids
Albert R. Amalfitano, D.O. collectionThe Amalfitano collection includes an article entitled “Appendectomies Via Laparascope” from the New England Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and more.
Ron Ashkerasy collectionThe collection includes a single volume “Osteopathy Research and Practice” by A.T. Still, 1910.
William Bergen, D.O. collectionPhotographs and clippings.
Dwight F. Brown, D.O. collectionContains 34 pieces of jewelry.
Heber Cleveland, D.O. collectionContains 2 newspaper clippings relating to the Osteopathic Hospital of Maine from the early 1960s.
Cranston General Hospital collectionCranston General Hospital was established in 1933 as the Osteopathic Hospital of Rhode Island.
Louis R. Farley, D.O. collectionThe Louis Farley D.O. collection includes a variety of records dated 1907-1974 and includes items created and collected by Dr. Farley as well as his daughter.
Doris Harmon Flaherty scrapbookPhotocopies of photos and clippings relating to Maine Osteopathic Hospital.
Philip Haigis, D.O. collectionContains copies of photos, newspaper clippings relating to Dr. Haigis and his work in Scarborough, and a biography written by Martyn Richardson.
Lowell Hardy, D.O. collectionDr. Hardy was on staff at at the Osteopathic Hospital of Maine 1936-1979 and at the Portland City Hospital 1975-1979.
In This Together: Documenting DOs During COVID-19We are living in historic times and we are interested in your story. The New England Osteopathic Heritage Center has launched a project to collect the personal stories and experiences of DOs in this unprecedented time.
Stanley Kimball, D.O. collectionThis is an artifical collection consisting of materials gathered by Dr. Kimball.
Leo D. Lemieux, D.O. collectionCollection includes newspaper clippings, staff meeting recognition from Brighton Medical Center, and a Maine Osteopathic Association resolution as well as a Surgical kit and a Stethetron.
Maine Osteopathic Heritage Foundation (MOHF) collectionThe MOHF collection includes notes and drafts related to the OHm Memoir Project, various OHM photographs dating approximately to the 1980s and 1990s and more.
William Strong, D.O. collectionDr. William B. Strong was a 1926 graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy.