Tag Archive: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

Images from the Library

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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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Images from the Library

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From Samuel Hopkins Adams’ The great American fraud : Articles on the nostrum evil and quacks, in two series, reprinted from Collier’s weekly (1906). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Digital Highlights: Harvard Medical Alumni

Flip through the pages above or follow this link to read the Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin (1958). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Images from the Library

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From Auguste Forel’s La question sexuelle : exposée aux adultes cultivés (1906). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!  

Digital Highlights: “La question sexuelle”

Turn the pages above or follow this link to go to Auguste Forel’s La question sexuelle : exposée aux adultes cultivés (1906). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

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From Thomas Annandale’s The malformations, diseases and injuries of the fingers and toes and their surgical treatment (1866). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Processing of the Erich Lindemann Papers Nearing Completion

Erich Lindemann.

The Center for the History of Medicine is pleased to announce that processing of the Erich Lindemann papers is nearing completion. 

Images from the Library

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From Elias Ashmole’s Theatrum chemicum britannicum : containing severall poeticall pieces of our famous English philosophers, who have written the hermetique mysteries in their owne ancient language (1652). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our …

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Digital Highlights: Penal Colony Voyages

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In 1817, Thomas Reid accepted an appointment as “Surgeon and Superintendant” of male convicts on the Neptune, a ship carrying prisoners sentenced to transportation from England to New South Wales.

Digital Highlights: Regimen Sanitatis Salerni

In 1871, John Ordronaux, professor of medical jurisprudence at the Law School of Columbia College, published a bilingual (Latin and English) edition of The Code of Health of the School of Salernum. The volume was found valuable enough even to …

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