Name:

Center for the History of Family Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation

Type:
Archive
Address:
11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway
Leawood, Kansas 66211
United States
Contact:
Donald J. Ivey, Manager
Telephone:
(913) 906-6000 ext. 4420
Telephone:
1 913-906-6000 ext:4420
Fax: (913) 906-6095
Abstract:

The Center for the History of Family Medicine was established in 1992 by the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation and serves as the primary historical repository on the history and evolution of General Practice, Family Practice, and the specialty of Family Medicine in the United States. The main areas of the collection are: 1) Official records and artifacts of Family Medicine organizations, including the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP); the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation (AAFP/F); the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM); the Association of Departments of Family Medicine (ADFM), the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors Practice (AFMRD); the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG), and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM); 2) Personal papers and artifacts from individuals such as prominent family physicians and Family Medicine leaders, researchers, and educators; and 3) Books, articles and other general materials which document the history and evolution of Family Medicine in American society. SERVICES: Photocopying; duplication of photographs, CDs, DVDsvideotapes and audiotapes available on order. Materials do not circulate. Collections are open to the public although some collections have restricted access. Appointments must be made in advance for offsite researchers. Reference services include searches and duplication orders.

Holdings:

The collection includes approximately 2,000 linear feet of processed archival materials, library books and reference files and artifacts. The bulk of the collection consists of official records and artifacts of the seven Family Medicine organizations listed above, and the papers of individual family physicians and Family Medicine leaders, researchers, and educators. In addition to textual and artifact materials, the Center holds a significant collection of books relating to the history and evolution of Family Medicine in the United States. Also included are photographs, slides, films, videotapes, CDs, DVDs and audiotapes. Several collections of oral history interviews with AAFM past presidents and other leaders in the field are also available.

1. Aukerman, Glen
2. Barnett, B
3. Bibler, Lester
4. Bishop, F
5. Blake, Robin
6. Bratt, Floyd
7. Bryner, Ulrich
8. Burket, George
9. Cahal, Mac
10. Candib, Lucy
11. Carmichael, Lynn
12. Carnes, John
13. Carter, Karen
14. Chaney, Ernie
15. Ciriacy, Edward
16. Coleman, William
17. Colwill, Jack
18. Davis, Paul
19. DeTar, John
20. Derryberry, John
21. Dolen, Phyllis
22. Engebretson, Bery
23. Farley, Lindy
24. Farley, Eugene
25. Ferguson, Joe
26. Fink, Donald
27. Fowler, John
28. Gehringer, Gerald
29. Geyman, John
30. Gibson, Patricia
31. Grobe, James
32. Hall, Carl
33. Hansen, Marc
34. Higgins, Robert
35. Hildebrand, William
36. Hoel, Annette
37. Holden, Herbert
38. Holverson, Harmon
39. Huffman, B
40. Inskip, Richard
41. Jackson, Holland
42. Johnson, Amos
43. Jones, James
44. Jones, Tanya
45. Kowalewski, Edward
46. Leaman, Thomas
47. Lotterhos, William
48. Maestas, Ramoncita
49. Magraw, Richard
50. Mayfield, Kathy
51. McWhinney, Ian
52. Medalie, Jack
53. Mellion, Morris
54. Mengel, Mark
55. Metcalf, Harry
56. Michaelson, Julius
57. Morgan, Ralph
58. Murphy, James
59. Naumburg, Elizabeth
60. Nixon, Sam
61. Nyberg, Charles
62. Odegaard, Charles
63. Ortiz, Augusto
64. Phelps, Malcolm
65. Phillips, Theodore
66. Pisacano, Nicholas
67. Price, Robert
68. Price, James
69. Ransom, Donald
70. Richardson, Fount
71. Ritt, Albert
72. Robins, Rufus
73. Rockufeler, JoAnn
74. Ruhe, C H
75. Sanders, Jason
76. Schooley, Susan
77. Schwenk, Thomas
78. Shahady, Edward
79. Shapiro, Maynard
80. Sloan, R
81. Stelmach, W
82. Stern, Thomas
83. Stubbe, Jerry
84. Taylor, Robert
85. Texter, Elmer
86. Townsend, Janet
87. Truman, Stanley
88. Tudor, John
89. Walsh, John
90. Weber, James
91. Whittington, Kenneth
92. Wildgen, J
93. Wiseman, Nell
94. Witten, Carroll
95. Young, Paul
96. Younge, Richard
97. Zervanos, Nikitas
Subject Strengths:
History of Family Practice and Family Medicine; History of General Practice; History of Medicine; History of the Practice of Medicine
Last Updated:
15 Jan 2016