Douglas R. Lincoln created a website detailing the History of Tulane University School of Medicine's Involvement with Charity Hospital when he was a 4th year Medical Student at Tulane University School of Medicine in April 2007 as a project for a History of Medicine Elective. The website was a service project for the Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences. Dr. Elma Ledoux was the Faculty Advisor.
The Charity Hospital Reports (1842-1966) were digitized via a National Library of Medicine award and are now available in the Tulane University Digital Library. The proposal, entitled "Early Medical Journalism of Louisiana, A pilot project for the preservation and sharing of Nineteenth Century Medical Publications of Louisiana," ran from August 2010 to June 2011 under National Library of Medicine (NLM) Prime Contract No. N01-LM-6-3505; HHSN276200663505C. 114 hospital reports are now online, open to the public and full-text searchable.
Below is a Charity Hospital Exhibit slideshow featuring images from the Rudolph Matas Library Historical Collection (created in September 2007):
A restored video of the Demolition of Old Charity Hospital in 1937 was digitized by Rudolph Matas Library and is available in the Internet Archive.
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