CD: Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery with Supplement: Record Group 52 - Kenneth F. Bartlett . "The central functions of the Bureau have been formalized and expanded but remain essentially unchanged. They are the care of the sick and injured of the Navy; the administration of naval dispensaries and hospitals; the medical examination of prospective officers and enlisted men and of naval personnel seeking examination or ordered to undergo it for various administrative purposes; and the practice of preventive naval medicine, including inspections of ships and stations to determine the degree of adequacy of food, water supply, arrangements for heat and air, cleanliness, and related factors of health…The records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery in the National Archives and described in this inventory may be divided into two main parts: Records of the Washington headquarters, 1812-1945, and records of naval medical establishments located in the field, 1813-1944."
(1948 & 1965), 2007, CD, Adobe Acrobat, v6, Graphic Images, PC and Mac, 34 pp .
101-CD4017 ISBN: 0788440179