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As both continue to recycle their capital and make their portfolios easier to understand, the market should reward them with higher valuations. Disclosure: Table above is my blog/hobby portfolio, its a taxable account, and a relatively small slice of my overall asset allocation which follows a more diversified low-cost index approach.The use of margin debt/options/concentration doesn't represent my true risk tolerance.Note on Restricted Access Not all materials in the collection are publicly accessible or reproducible. Includes information about various treatment options that were available to patients, for example, adolescent treatment programs, and alcohol and drug treatment.The physical condition of an item, copyright issues, donor restrictions, and Federal or State regulations will determine restrictions on access and reproductions. Subseries G: Committees and Groups, 1956-1983 Details the activities of many committees and groups which operated within the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane.The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies and other reproductions of copyrighted material. Papers associated with many of the physicians represented in this group may also be found in the administrative files.Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. However, unlike items found in the administrative files, papers belonging to the physicians' files often had much to do with the physician's external life outside of his service to the Institute.
As a result, access to, or reproductions of, any images in which patients appear, cannot be granted, unless the patients' faces are blurred so as to be unrecognizable. Subseries I: Event Coordination, (1959-1976), 1991 Includes information on the coordination of several events sponsored by the Institute, including the Strecker Award Ceremony and Lecture.
Philadelphia, PA 19107 Phone: (215) 829-5434 Fax: (215) 829-7155 Email: [email protected] archives of the Hospital remain an unbroken series from 1751 to 1978. Minutes of Managers' monthly meetings and of annual Contributors' meetings combined, Aug.14, 1850 - Oct. Subseries B: Managers' Records, 1841-1981 Minutes of Manager's meetings, detailing the monthly operations of the institution, as well as the meeting minutes of specific Board committees.
They provide a unique resource for students in the history of hospital development, health care and medicine. Minutes of annual meetings of the Contributors, March 6, 1793 - March 7, 1832, in one volume. Subseries C: Construction/ Building Maintenance, 1835-1976 [n.d.] Details the efforts and specific details surrounding the growth and evolution of the institution's physical premises.
A Generous Confidence: Thomas Story Kirkbride and the art of asylum-keeping, 1840-1883. [Newark], University of Delaware, 1971; [Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, c1972]. Philadelphia  2nd print., with a continuation of the account to the year 1956, by Florence M. In 1974, the National Library of Medicine granted the Pennsylvania Hospital funding to inventory the Historic Library and to organize the second hundred years of the archives. The Steward's record books include information specific to patient accounts, including names in some instances.
These records reflect the growth of the Hospital, the increased specialization of medical care and the merger of small hospitals with this institution. These records also offer statistics about activities on the patient wards.