The John Q. Adams Center for the History of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery was founded to preserve the history of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, promote historical research, and provide educational programs for the profession and the public. The collection is composed of historical publications, organizational and personal papers, artwork, and artifacts. Facilities include an exhibit gallery and a research area open to the public. The exhibitions, which highlight the diverse Adams Center collections, rotate regularly. Access to the library and collections in storage are by appointment only.
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