Ulysses Grant Dailey Papers

Ulysses Grant Dailey Papers, 1884-1980
Dates: 1884-1980
Size: 3 linear feet (6 archival boxes)
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, 9525 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60628
Collection Number: 1995/08
Provenance: Donation of Dr. Leonidas Berry. Dr. Berry received Dr. Dailey’s papers from Eleanor Dailey.
Access: No restrictions
Citation: When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Ulysses Grant Dailey [Box #, Folder #], Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, Chicago Public Library.
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Supervised by: Michael Flug, Senior Archivist, Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature, CPL.

Biographical Note

Ulysses Grant Dailey, 1885-1961

Dr. Ulysses Grant Dailey, renowned African American surgeon, was born on August 3, 1885 in Donaldsonville, La. Dailey was born to Tony Hanna Dailey, a bartender, and Missouri Johnson, a teacher. He received his early education at Straight College’s preparatory academy (later Dillard University) in New Orleans and at Fort Worth (Texas) High School.

As a student at Fort Worth High School, Dailey worked as an office assistant for Dr. Ernest L. Stephens, a white physician and professor of material medica in the medical department of Fort Worth University, and was influenced to pursue a career in medicine.

In 1902 Dailey entered Northwestern University Medical School. He was the youngest of the 150 students in his class. While pursuing his studies, Dailey served as an assistant and instructor in the anatomical laboratory for two years, and for two summers supervised the dissecting room. He received his medical degree in June 1906.

Dailey served as surgical assistant to Dr. George Cleveland Hall during his externship at Provident Hospital, an African American-run Chicago hospital, and later became surgical assistant to Provident founder Dr. Daniel Hale Williams. As Williams’ assistant, Dailey participated in operations and in the preparation of numerous articles and lectures, and grew to see Williams as his role model. These men would remain close until Williams’ death in 1931.

In 1907 Provident Hospital appointed Dailey gynecologist to its dispensary. Three years later, in 1910, he became an associate surgeon, and from 1912 to 1926 he was an attending surgeon. Dailey also served as an instructor in clinical surgery at Northwestern from 1916 to 1918; from 1920 to 1926 he was an attending surgeon at Fort Dearborn Hospital. In 1912 and 1925 Dailey took two trips of several months each to Europe for postgraduate studies on surgical subjects. The first trip was to Paris and Berlin; during his second trip, Dailey studied at prestigious universities, hospitals and clinics in London, Leeds, Manchester, Paris, Rome and Vienna for seven months.

In 1916 Dailey married Eleanor Jane Curtis, sister of Dr. Austin M. Curtis of Washington, D.C., another renowned surgeon and president of the National Medical Association. In 1924 the couple adopted 5-year-old twins, Eleanor Jane and Ulysses Grant, Jr.

By 1926 Dailey had grown frustrated by the politics of Provident Hospital and decided to open his own medical institution. That year, Dailey established the Dailey Hospital and Sanitarium in two remodeled homes located on Michigan Boulevard at 37th Street. Dailey served as the hospital’s surgeon-in-chief for six years. Under his leadership, the hospital provided affiliations for young black specialists and good care for black patients. During the Depression, Dailey Hospital and Sanitarium began to face financial difficulties when its banking institution, the Binga State Bank (a black-owned and operated bank in Chicago), was closed down in 1930. Despite a fine medical record, Dr. Dailey had to shut the doors of Dailey Hospital and Sanitarium in 1932.

After the closing of his hospital, Dailey returned to Provident Hospital. He was appointed one of the senior attending surgeons in 1933 and later became senior consulting physician of this institution. At the time of his retirement, Dailey was the chief of the surgical staff.

Dailey encountered much racial discrimination throughout his career. Yet despite these barriers, he achieved much success. He was elected a member of the American College of Surgeons in 1945. The only previous African American members had been Dailey’s mentor and friend Williams, a charter member in 1913, and Louis Tompkins Wright in 1943. He joined the National Medical Association (the black counterpart of the American Medical Association) in 1908, where he remained an active member for 53 years. He served as chairman of the Surgical Section in 1914, served as president of the National Medical Association in 1915-1916 (becoming the youngest president up to that time and the first from Chicago) and gave the Oration in Surgery in 1940. Dailey co-founded the International College of Surgeons. As a leader and member of this organization, he traveled to and gave surgical lectures and clinics in Pakistan, India, Japan and other countries. Among his travels was a five-day visit with Albert Schweitzer’s Forest Hospital in Lambaréné, Gabon.

Dailey also made major contributions to medical literature both as writer and editor. He served on the board of trustees, the editorial board, and as associate editor and editor for the Journal of the National Medical Association . Dailey wrote some 60 articles for Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics: Annals of Surgery , The American Journal of Digestive Diseases , The New York Journal of Surgery , Journal of International College of Surgeons , Journal of the National Medical Association , Indiana State Medical Association Journal , Surgical Clinics of North America and The Medicus , among others.

Among Dailey’s major achievements were his research contributions to the treatment of peptic ulcers, for which he originated the technique of phrenic nerve crush in 1950, and the treatment of the thyroid. Dailey spoke and wrote frequently on these treatments.

After a long and outstanding career, Dailey retired from his position as chief of surgical staff at Provident Hospital in 1952 and retired from active practice in 1956. He and Eleanor then retreated to Port-au-Prince, Haiti to spend their final years. They had often visited and enjoyed Haiti, and Dr. Dailey had served as Haiti’s honorary consul in Chicago for several years. After a few months, Dailey’s health began to deteriorate, and he and his wife returned to Chicago. Dailey died in Chicago on April 22, 1961.

Bibliography

  • Beatty, William K. “Ulysses Grant Dailey.” African American National Biography . Eds. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, v. 2. Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • Beatty, William K. “Ulysses Grant Dailey: Surgeon, Teacher and Ambassador.” Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago v. 38 (1982).
  • Preston, Donald. The Scholar and the Scalpel: The Story of Ulysses Grant Dailey . Afro-Am Pub. Co., 1966.
  • Smith, Norman R. Footprints of Black Louisiana . Xlibris Corporation, 2011.

Scope and Content Note

The Ulysses Grant Dailey Papers document the life and career of Ulysses Grant Dailey. This collection has been arranged into 10 series: Biography, Manuscripts, Correspondence, Dailey Hospital, Provident Hospital, International Work, Programs, Serials and Clippings, Photographs and Memorabilia.

Related papers at the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection include the Sisi Donald Mosby Papers, the Richard Durham Papers, the Leonidas Berry Papers and the Robert S. Abbott-John H. Sengstacke Family Papers.

Series 1: Biography, 1954-1980
This series contains biographical materials. Of particular interest are manuscript drafts and research notes of biographies on Ulysses Grant Dailey written by Helen Buckler, Donald Mosby and David Preston. Also included is the published book The Scholar and the Scalpel: The Story of Ulysses Grant Dailey (1966).

Series 2: Manuscripts, 1910-1957
The manuscripts have been arranged chronologically and consist of medical articles and essays by Ulysses Grant Dailey. Also included are manuscripts composed by other notable persons, such as Richard Durham and Albert Schweitzer.

Series 3: Correspondence, 1948-1959
This series consists primarily of correspondence written to Ulysses Grant Dailey.

Series 4: Dailey Hospital, 1924-1932
The Dailey Hospital series documents the history and operation of Dailey Hospital and Sanitarium. Included is a statement by Dailey about this medical institution and several of the hospital’s operating room record books.

Series 5: Provident Hospital, 1936-1954
This series contains records from Ulysses Grant Dailey’s tenure at Provident Hospital. Of particular interest are acceptance letters to a banquet honoring U.G. Dailey in 1948 (from such notable persons as Dr. Max Thorek, other members of the American College of Surgeons and International College of Surgeons, etc.) and correspondence to/from C.W. Troxel and Theophilus Mann regarding Dailey’s time at Provident Hospital.

Series 6: International Work, 1946-1959
The International Work series documents Ulysses Grant Dailey’s medical work in under-developed countries such as Haiti, Brazil, India, Pakistan and Nigeria. This series includes travel itineraries and writings by Dailey on his work and observations about medicine outside the United States.

Series 7: Programs, 1906-1955
This series contains programs of events and activities attended by Dailey.

Series 8: Serials and Clippings, 1934-1955
The serial The Private Physician and clippings related to the life and work of Ulysses Grant Dailey comprise this series. This series has been arranged chronologically.

Series 9: Photographs, 1884-1954
One of the largest series in this collection, the photographs are of Dr. Ulysses Grant Dailey, Mrs. Eleanor Dailey and other members of the Dailey family. Also in this series are photographs that document Dailey’s work abroad.

Series 10: Memorabilia, 1944-1961
Memorabilia consists of business cards, greeting cards, brochures and invitations. Of particular interest is a resolution/tribute to Dailey from the city of Chicago, which is accompanied by correspondence from Mayor Richard J. Daley.

Container List

Ulysses Grant Dailey Papers, Predominant dates 1910-1961, Inclusive dates 1884-1980

Series 1: Biography, 1954-1980
Box 1 Folder 1 Biography, 1950-1961, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 2 Biography, Buckler, Helen, Drafts of article on U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (1)
Box 1 Folder 3 Biography, Buckler, Helen, Drafts of article on U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (2)
Box 1 Folder 4 Biography, Buckler, Helen, Notes for article on U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (1)
Box 1 Folder 5 Biography, Buckler, Helen, Notes for article on U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (2)
Box 1 Folder 6 Biography, Buckler, Helen, Notes for article on U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (3)
Box 1 Folder 7 Biography, Correspondence between Eleanor C. Dailey and David Preston (?), 1965
Box 1 Folder 8 Biography, Correspondence between Helen Buckler and U.G. Dailey’s friends and associates, re: article on U.G. Dailey, 1955, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 9 Biography, Correspondence between U.G. Dailey and Helen Buckler, ca. 1954-1956, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 10 Biography, Mosby, Donald, “Journey to Pakistan: The Illustrious Life of Ulysses Grant Dailey, Humanity’s Surgeon” [Draft], [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 11 Biography, Notes for U.G. Dailey’s Biography by Unknown Author, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 12 Biography, Partial List of Medical Writings by U.G. Dailey, [n.d.]
Box 1 Folder 13 Biography, Preston, David, Drafts of “The Scholar and the Scalpel,” Acknowledgements, Prologue and Chapters 1-4, ca. 1965-1966 (?)
Box 1 Folder 14 Biography, Preston, David, Drafts of “The Scholar and the Scalpel,” Chapter 5, ca. 1965-1966 (?)
Box 1 Folder 15 Biography, Preston, David, Drafts of “The Scholar and the Scalpel,” Chapter 7, ca. 1965-1966 (?)
Box 1 Folder 16 Biography, Preston, David, Drafts of “The Scholar and the Scalpel,” Chapter 9, ca. 1965-1966 (?)
Box 2 Folder 1 Biography, Preston, David, Drafts of “The Scholar and the Scalpel,” Chapter 10, ca. 1965-1966 (?)
Box 2 Folder 2 Biography, Preston, David, The Scholar and the Scalpel: The Life Story of Ulysses Grant Dailey , [Published book], 1966
Box 2 Folder 3 Biography, Release Form, Afro-Am Publishing for Dr. Dailey’s Biography, 1980
Series 2: Manuscripts, 1910-1957
Box 3 Folder 1 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Total Congenital Absence of the Veriform Appendix, 1910
Box 3 Folder 2 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Vasovesiculitis Simulating Acute Appendix, 1924
Box 3 Folder 3 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Editorials, 1931-1949
Box 3 Folder 4 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Notes on Thyroid, 1932
Box 3 Folder 5 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Untitled Essay on Medical Columns, 1940
Box 3 Folder 6 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Negro in Medicine, Radio Address, 1942
Box 3 Folder 7 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Diagnosis of Breast Lesions, 1946
Box 3 Folder 8 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Diagnosis of Thyrotoxicosis, 1946
Box 3 Folder 9 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Booker T. Washington, 1947
Box 3 Folder 10 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Surgery for Peptic Ulcer with Special Reference to New Technics, 1950
Box 3 Folder 11 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Problems in Gastroduodenal Surgery with Special Reference to Ulcer, 1950
Box 3 Folder 12 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Your Ulcer, 1950
Box 3 Folder 13 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Phrenic Nerve Crush as an Adjunct to Vagotomy in the Treatment of Peptic Ulcer, 1950
Box 3 Folder 14 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Present Status of the Treatment of Peptic Ulcer, 1951
Box 3 Folder 15 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Treatment of Toxic Goiter, 1951
Box 3 Folder 16 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Modern Developments in the Surgical Treatment of Peptic Ulcer, 1951
Box 3 Folder 17 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., et al., Technic in Gastrointestinal Surgery: Recent Advances, with Case Reports, 1952
Box 3 Folder 18 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The International College of Surgeons, 1952
Box 3 Folder 19 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Surgical Diseases of the Esophagus, 1952
Box 3 Folder 20 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Phrenic Nerve in Surgery, 1952
Box 3 Folder 21 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Health and Disease in Africa, 1953
Box 3 Folder 22 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Remarks at The University of Chicago, 1955
Box 3 Folder 23 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Present Status of the Treatment of Peptic Ulcer, 1955
Box 3 Folder 24 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Recent Trends in World Medicine, 1955
Box 3 Folder 25 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Diagnostic Problems Related to Appendicitis, 1957
Box 3 Folder 26 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., River Frederick Memorial Address, 1957
Box 3 Folder 27 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Albert Schweitzer and Medical Science: An Impression, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 28 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., L’Aspiration Comme procédé de Diagnostic des Kystes du sein, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 29 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., A Critical Study of the Various Pregnancy Tests, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 30 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Differential Diagnosis Condition Causing Rapid Pulse, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 31 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Modern Neglect of the Tongue as an Aid to Diagnosis, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 32 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., Relief for Pains of Herpes Zoster, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 33 Manuscripts, Dailey, U.G., The Retiring Editor, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 34 Manuscripts, Other, Durham, Richard, “Democracy – U.S.A.,” Interview with U.G. Dailey, 1946
Box 3 Folder 35 Manuscripts, Other, Schweitzer, Albert, Quotation from “A l’Orée de la Forêt Vierge,” [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 36 Manuscripts, Other, Unknown Author, “Local Examination of Thyroid Gland” (re: Dailey’s research on thyroids) in The Doctor and OD Quarterly [p. 3], ca.1940s (?)
Box 3 Folder 37 Manuscripts, Other, Unknown Author, Statements re: Communism and Race Prejudice, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 38 Manuscript Fragments, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 39 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Appendicitis, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 40 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Essay on Anesthesia, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 41 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Gynecology, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 42 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Postgraduate Study, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 43 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Postgraduate Study in Vienna, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 44 Manuscript Fragments, Dailey, U.G., Vitamin Deficiency, [n.d.]
Series 3: Correspondence, 1948-1959
Box 3 Folder 45 Correspondence, Abdul, Francis Akin, 1949
Box 3 Folder 46 Correspondence, Alexander, Cora Wynn, 1949
Box 3 Folder 47 Correspondence, Byrne, Jean (Acuff Clinic and Family), 1952
Box 3 Folder 48 Correspondence, Collier, T.J., 1956
Box 3 Folder 49 Correspondence, Dailey, Missouri, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 50 Correspondence, Fenley, John R., 1947
Box 3 Folder 51 Correspondence, Hoehler, Fred K., 1948
Box 3 Folder 52 Correspondence, Margaret, 1959
Box 3 Folder 53 Correspondence, Meyer, Karl A. (International College of Surgeons), 1952
Box 3 Folder 54 Correspondence, Newman, Jean J., 1950
Box 3 Folder 55 Correspondence, Nicholson, Edna (The Institute of Medicine of Chicago), 1955
Box 3 Folder 56 Correspondence, Perry, J. Edward, M.D., 1948-1949, [n.d.]
Box 3 Folder 57 Correspondence, Rouzeau, N., 1957
Box 3 Folder 58 Correspondence, Wagoner, Walter (re: Northwestern University’s Schweitzer Program), 1955
Box 3 Folder 59 Correspondence, Other, Chapman, Don M., 1949
Box 3 Folder 60 Correspondence, Other, Givens, John T., 1949
Box 3 Folder 61 Correspondence, Other, Unknown Author, (written to Norman Spaulding), [n.d.]
Series 4: Dailey Hospital, 1924-1932
Box 3 Folder 62 Dailey Hospital, “Dailey Hospital and Sanitarium, Inc.” by U.G. Dailey, 1928 (?)
Box 3 Folder 63 Dailey Hospital, Operating Room Book, 1924-1929
Box 3 Folder 64 Dailey Hospital, Operating Room Book, 1929-1931
Box 3 Folder 65 Dailey Hospital, Operating Room Book, 1931-1932
Series 5: Provident Hospital, 1936-1954
Box 4 Folder 1 Provident Hospital, 2nd Annual Dinner Meeting, Department of Medicine, 1948
Box 4 Folder 2 Provident Hospital, Banquet in Honor of Dr. U.G. Dailey, Acceptance Letters, 1948
Box 4 Folder 3 Provident Hospital, Banquet in Honor of Dr. U.G. Dailey, Guest List, 1948
Box 4 Folder 4 Provident Hospital, Banquet in Honor of Dr. U.G. Dailey, Program, 1948
Box 4 Folder 5 Provident Hospital, Correspondence between U.G. Dailey and C.W. Troxel, 1954
Box 4 Folder 6 Provident Hospital, Correspondence between U.G. Dailey and Theophilus M. Mann, 1954
Box 4 Folder 7 Provident Hospital, Division of General Surgery, 1936
Box 4 Folder 8 Provident Hospital, Resident Records of Nelson C. Jefferson, M.D., 1949
Box 4 Folder 9 Provident Hospital, “The Tumor Service of Provident Hospital, Chicago,” by U.G. Dailey in Hospital Council Bulletin, 1943
Box 4 Folder 10 Provident Hospital, Urine and Blood record sheet, [n.d.]
Series 6: International Work, 1946-1959
Box 4 Folder 11 International Work, Calcutta and New Delhi, India, 1953-1954, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 12 International Work, Calcutta and New Delhi, India, “Impression of India,” by U.G. Dailey, 1954
Box 4 Folder 13 International Work, Chicago Surgeon Lectures in Africa and Asia, 1953
Box 4 Folder 14 International Work, Guatemala, 1946
Box 4 Folder 15 International Work, Havana, Cuba, 1947
Box 4 Folder 16 International Work, Heads of Foreign Missions in Chicago, 1955-1956
Box 4 Folder 17 International Work, International College of Surgeons Around the World Tour, 1954-1955
Box 4 Folder 18 International Work, Kampala, Uganda, 1953, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 19 International Work, Karachi, Pakistan, ca.1950s
Box 4 Folder 20 International Work, Karachi, Pakistan, Radio Interview, 1952
Box 4 Folder 21 International Work, Lahore, Pakistan, 1951-1955, [n.d.]
Box 4 Folder 22 International Work, Lahore, Pakistan, Address Given at Rotary Club, Faletti’s Hotel, by U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s (?)
Box 4 Folder 23 International Work, Lahore, Pakistan, “Mediosurgical Observations in Pakistan,” by U.G. Dailey, 1952
Box 4 Folder 24 International Work, Lahore, Pakistan, “My Work in Pakistan” by U.G. Dailey, ca. 1952
Box 4 Folder 25 International Work, Lahore, Pakistan, “The New Voice of Pakistan” by U.G. Dailey, ca. 1950s
Box 4 Folder 26 International Work, Lima, Peru, 1946
Box 4 Folder 27 International Work, Lima, Peru, “Letters from Latin America” by U.G. Dailey, ca. 1946
Box 4 Folder 28 International Work, Marseilles, France, 1959
Box 4 Folder 29 International Work, Nairobi and Dakar, 1953
Box 4 Folder 30 International Work, Nigeria, Itinerary, 1953
Box 4 Folder 31 International Work, Panama, 1946
Box 4 Folder 32 International Work, Paris, Athens, Beirut and Karachi, Itinerary, 1953
Box 4 Folder 33 International Work, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1945-1955
Box 4 Folder 34 International Work, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1956
Box 4 Folder 35 International Work, Sao Paulo, Brazil, International Congress of Surgeons Certificate, 1954
Box 4 Folder 36 International Work, Travel Notebook, 1950
Series 7: Programs, 1906-1955
Box 4 Folder 37 Programs, 19th Annual Meeting of the Florida A&M College Clinical Association, Florida A&M College Hospital, Tallahassee, FL, 1948
Box 4 Folder 38 Programs, 29th Annual Clinic and 26th Annual Meeting of the Florida A&M University Clinical Association, Florida A&M University Hospital and Health Center, Tallahassee, FL, 1955
Box 4 Folder 39 Programs, Albert Schweitzer’s 80th Birthday, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1955
Box 4 Folder 40 Programs, The Consular Ball, Chicago, 1955
Box 4 Folder 41 Programs, International College of Surgeons Scientific Programs, Jersey City, NJ, 1955
Box 4 Folder 42 Programs, Northwestern University 97th Annual Commencement, Evanston, IL, 1955
Box 4 Folder 43 Programs, Northwestern University Medical School, Alumni Banquet, Chicago, 1906
Box 4 Folder 44 Programs, Old Dominion Medical Society and its Women Auxiliary, 48th Annual Session, Richmond, VA, 1954
Box 4 Folder 45 Programs, Philippine Section, International College of Surgeons and the Philippine College of Surgeons, Fellowship Dinner and Program in Honor of Dr. Max Thorek, 1954
Box 4 Folder 46 Programs, Testimonial Dinner to Dr. Max Thorek, Chicago, 1952
Box 4 Folder 47 Programs, Testimonial Banquet to Dr. U.G. Dailey, Chicago, 1948
Series 8: Serials and Clippings, 1934-1961
Box 4 Folder 49 Serials and Clippings, The Private Physician , 1934
Box 4 Folder 50 Serials and Clippings, 1943-1961, [n.d.]
Series 9: Photographs, 1884-1958
Box 5 Photo 001 Dailey Hospital and Clinic Advertisement Photograph, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 002 “Dailey’s Sanitarium” Postcard, Photo by L.L. Foster, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 003 Dr. Roscoe Giles, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 004 Dr. U.G. Dailey, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 005 Dr. U.G. Dailey and Mrs. Dailey, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 006 Dr. Dailey in Havana, 1947
Box 5 Photo 007 Dr. U.G. Dailey and Mrs. Dailey speaking to 2 unidentified men, [n.d.]
strong>Box 5 Photo 008 Dr. U.G. Dailey in Bombay, India, 1951
Box 5 Photo 009 Tony Hanna Dailey, ca. 1900
Box 5 Photo 010 Missouri Johnson Dailey, 1884
Box 5 Photo 011 Dr. U.G. Dailey and Billy Morsells, 1944
Box 5 Photo 012 Dr. U.G. Dailey and 3 unidentified men, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 013 Dr. Chas. St. Cyr-Martinique and Dr. U.G. Dailey at Caribbean Medical Congress, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 014 Dr. U.G. Dailey in India, 1951
Box 5 Photo 015 Dr. U.G. Dailey in India, ca. 1950s
Box 5 Photo 016 Unidentified man and woman on board R.M.S. Queen Mary, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 017 India Trip, 1954
Box 5 Photo 018 Dr. U.G. Dailey and Mrs. Dailey at Parthenon, Athens, Greece, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 019 India Trip, 1951
Box 5 Photo 020 India Trip, 1954
Box 5 Photo 021 Group of unidentified people aboard a boat, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 022 King Edward Medical College, 1951
Box 5 Photo 023 Unknown group of physicians, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 024 No ID, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 025 Dr. Dailey as young man, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 026 Dr. Dailey and Mrs. Dailey with 2 unidentified people, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 027 India Trip, 1954
Box 5 Photo 028 Nishtar Medical College, February 1953
Box 5 Photo 029 Nishtar Medical College, February 1953
Box 5 Photo 030 Bombay, India, 1953
Box 5 Photo 031 Dr. Dailey trip to Richmond, VA to receive decoration by Old Dominion Medical Society, 1954
Box 5 Photo 032 Madras General Hospital, 1953
Box 5 Photo 033 Rome Trip, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 034 Haiti Trip (?), [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 035 No ID, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 036 Banquet in India (?), [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 037 Buenos Aires, 1950
Box 5 Photo 038 Dancing in Haiti, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 039 Dr. Pierre Louis, Dr. St. Cyr, Dr. Dailey and Grossberg, 1958
Box 5 Photo 040 Dr. Dailey, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 041 No ID, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 042 Dr. and Mrs. Dailey, Wm. Dailey Holmes [Billy] and Dr. Rivers Frederick in Buenos Aires, 1950
Box 5 Photo 043 U.G. Dailey at Chicago World’s Fair, 1893
Box 5 Photo 044 U.G. Dailey, dinner in his honor at International House, Chicago, 1953
Box 5 Photo 045 Postcard, Dailey Hospital and Clinic, 1930s
Box 5 Photo 046 Dr. Mary Fitzbutler Woring, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 047 Dena, Jay and Ellen, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 048 Dr. U.G. Dailey at Howard University, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 049 Nossa Senhora Da Penhaves, Brazil, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 050 Technic in Gastrointestinal Surgery, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 051 Dailey Hospital Operations Record, June 1927
Box 5 Photo 052 Dr. U.G. Dailey, ca. 1945
Box 5 Photo 053 Testimonial Dinner to Dr. Max Thorek Program, 1952
Box 5 Photo 054 Primary Ulcer of the Jejunum by Leonidas H. Berry and U.G. Dailey article [front page], [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 055 Surgery for Peptic Ulcer with Special Reference to New Technics, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 056 Certificate to Dr. Dailey, 1954
Box 5 Photo 057 Provident Hospital Operative Record, July 25, 1941
Box 5 Photo 058 U.G. Dailey, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 059 Bordeaux, France, [n.d.]
Box 5 Photo 060 India Trip, ca. 1950s
Series 10: Memorabilia, 1944-1961
Box 6 Folder 1 Memorabilia, 1944-1951, [n.d.]
Box 6 Folder 2 Memorabilia, City of Chicago, Resolution/Tribute to U.G. Dailey (with correspondence from Richard J. Daley), 1961
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