The Richard Bunker Singer Papers, donated in 2010, documents the extensive career of Richard Bunker Singer, M.D. (1914-2010) in the field of insurance medicine and his work on mortality and morbidity studies. He was an active member of the American Academy of Insurance Medicine (AAIM) for over 50 years, and published many works. Included are his autobiography entitled, “Fugitive Memories of the Life of a Number Cruncher”, correspondence, research notes, presentations, and manuscript notes for many monographs and journal articles.
The University Archives and Records Center at the University of Pennsylvania has another collection of Dr. Richard Bunker Singer’s papers, for which a finding aid is available on their website. Please contact the University of Pennsylvania directly to conduct research with their collection.