The papers of Donald Storrs King provide a brief overview of the life and medical career of King. The biographical files, photographs, and certificates and diplomas document his military service during World War II and his work as a physician.
The writings contained in the collection (some co-authored) illustrate King's interest in the respiratory system and diseases such as tuberculosis. Some of his articles include "Medical Progress: Tuberculosis," (Reprint in New England Journal of Medicine, 1952) and "Benign and Malignant Tumors of the lung, Bronchi, and Mediastinum" (Reprint from New England Journal of Medicine, 1933).
Two ledgers in Series I. Biographical document King's financial
activities during his student days at Oberlin College.
The collection is divided into four series I. Biographical, II.
Writings, III. Photographs, IV. Certificates and Diplomas.