Tag Archive: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

Images from the Library

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From Elisha Kent Kane’s The United States Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin : a personal narrative (1857). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From Mary E. Thompson’s Psychology and pedagogy of writing, a résumé of the researches and experiments bearing on the history and pedagogy of writing (1911). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From Martin Wiener Ware’s Plaster of Paris and how to use it (1906). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Digital Highlights: “The Kingdom of Evils”

Two years after the death of E.E. Southard, one of his co-workers, Mary Jarrett, published one of the volumes on social work which Southard had proposed before his death. The Kingdom of Evils was meant to be a kind of instructional …

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From P. Panas and Edouard Kirmisson’s Leçons sur les maladies inflammatoires des membranes internes de l’oeil : comprenant l’iritis, les choroïdites et le glaucome (1878). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From D. Blair Brown’s Surgical experiences in the Zulu and Transvaal wars, 1879 and 1881 (1883). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From George H. Taylor’s An illustrated sketch of the movement-cure: its principles, methods and effects (1866). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Patient Records Survey

As part of a joint effort to develop best practices for enabling access to special collections containing protected health information (PHI) and other types of access-protected (“restricted”) records, the Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of …

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From George MacGregor’s The history of Burke and Hare and of the resurrectionist times : a fragment from the criminal annals of Scotland (1884). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From Edward Mitchell, Bernhard Siegfried Albinus, and John Barclay’s A series of engravings, representing the bones of the human skeleton : with the skeletons of some of the lower animals (1819). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please …

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