An 33 1/3 R.P. M. (LP) vinyl record without paper sleeve; cream and white square cardstock cover, folded in half (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in white ink on cover; the title is in red ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in …
An 33 1/3 R.P. M. (LP) vinyl record without paper sleeve; cream and white square cardstock cover, folded in half (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in white ink on cover; the title is in red ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in black ink at the bottom-right corner on the front cover; series name and number are printed in black ink at the center of the back cover; reviews in quotations and in white ink are also found on the back cover; the first page on the inside of the cover are four separate pictures of four doctors with a brief description of their credentials to the right of each picture; the second page on the inside are highlights of the record; inside the covers is a black vinyl disc (b) with a gold label in the middle on both sides, which includes the series, title, and manufacturing information in black ink.
Number Of Parts
a - cover: Length 26.5 cm x Width 26.3 cm x Depth 0.4 cm
b - disc: Depth 0.2 cm x Diameter 25.0
From the Library at Capital District Health Authority, Nova Scotia. Source for Dalhousie University students, staff and medical personnel where donor was the head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University and at the Nova Scotia Psychiatric Hospital.
On the front cover: "Psychiatric // Consultations: no. 1 // A series of informal and // informative taped sessions in // which the General Practitioner // discusses with leading // psychiatrists the problems // he encounters with patients // in routine office practice. // Recognizing // and Solving // Problems in // Doctor-Patient // Relationships // Part I // The General Practitioner: // Carroll L. Witten, M.D. // Louisville, Ky. - Member, American Academy // of General Practitioners. // The Psychiatrists: // Daniel Blain, M.D., President of the American // Psychiatric Association; Dana L. Farnsworth, // M.D., Program Chairman, A.M.A. Congress // on Community Mental Health; and // Howard P. Rome, M.D., Head of Psychiatry at // the Mayo Clinic, President-elect of // the American Psychiatric Association. // A Roche Record Report"; on vinyl side a: "Side A // Recognizing // and Solving // Problems in // Doctor-Patient // Relationships // Part I // Psychiatric // Consultations // no. 1 // A GP asks psychiatrists how // best to meet emotional // problems in general practice. // Questioner: Carroll L. Witten, M.D. // Panel: Daniel Blain, M.D. // Dana L. Farnsworth, M.D. // Howard P. Rome, M.D. // WDM - 101 - A // 33 1/3 RPM"; on vinyl side b: "Side B // Recorded and presented // as a service to the // medical profession by // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. 1964 // WDM - 101 - B // 33 1/3 RPM"; on the back cover: "Psychiatric // consultations: no. 1 // PRINTED IN CANADA // CAN. 3478"
Storage Room 2005
Unit Of Measure
The edges around the cover are a little worn and the black ink in the shape of a vinyl record on the back is slightly faded
Overall surface grime on both sides, minor creases at fold lines; minor fading on signatures; edges show creased border where prevously mounted in frame
Kirsty Earley Digital Heritage Officer Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow; 11 April 2019
Certificate given to James Stirling, who studied at the University of Glasgow and practiced at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. He took classes from 1827-1829. One of them being placement at the Infirmary in 1829. The certificate acknowledges his completion of his placment at the Infirmary before he graduated in 1830.
The name at the very bottom is that of Robert Perry who was the president of the College, (then known as the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow), from 1843-1845. He was a physician and surgeon at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary from 1820-1848. Robert Cowan was a member of the College and practiced at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Dr. James Stirling was a graduate of the University of Glasgow; he began practising in Vancleek (?) Hill, Ontario.