Medical Collectors Association Newsletters Issues 1-10

1984 - June, Newsletter #1
Antique hazards: A latter day encounter with radium, by M. Donald Blaufox MD.and Anthony R. Constable

1984 - November, Newsletter #2
Surgical compendiums, M. Donald Blaufox MD.
Pessaries
The Six Criteria of Rarity in Antiquarian Books, by Jeremy M. Norman


1985 - March, Newsletter #3
Dentistry and its Image in the Nineteenth Century
Demonstrations of Antiseptic Surgery Before Members of the British Medical Association
Medical Museums, London, England, by Professor E.T. Pengelley

1985 - July, Newsletter #4
"What is it?" replies
Medical Museums of the world (except London), by Professor E.T. Pengelley


1985 - November, Newsletter #5

The Theobold Smith House, press release
Notes on Bloodletting, by Alex Peck
Improvement in Pill-Machines, United States Patent Office, Jacob Dunton
Historical Images of the Drug Market part II, by William H. Hefland
Medical Museums of the World, France, by Professor E.T. Pengelley

1986 - March, Newsletter #6
Historical Images of the Drug Market, by William H. Hefland
The Dispensatory of the United States of America, By George B. Wood M.D.
A Universal Formulatory: Containing Methods of Preparing and Administering Officinal and other Medicines The Whole Adapted to Physicians and Pharmaceuticals, by R. Eglesfeld Griffith M.D.
Lectures on Bloodletting, by Henry Clutterbuck M.D.
A Treatise on the Medicinal Leech; including its Medicinal and Natural History with a Description of its Anitomical History, by James Rawlins Johnson M.D.
Chevalier 1830
Medical Muaseums of the World, The Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), by Professor E.T. Pengelley


1986 - July, Newsletter #7
Historical Images of the Drug Market -V, by William H. Hefland
A Curator of Early Cures, by Ted Schartz, reprinted from Physicians Management June 1986
Some Notes on the Cleaning and Preservation of Antique Medical Collectables, by F. Terry Hambretch, M.D.
Trepanning:1750-1880 Part I, by Alex Peck
Medical Museums of the world, Italy, by Professor E.T. Pengelley

1986 - December, Newsletter #8
Historical Images of the Drug Market -VI, by William H. Hefland
Improvement in Invalid Bedsteads, United States Patent Office, Charles T. Moore
The history of George Tiemann & Co., by F. Terry Hambretch, M.D.
Medical Presentation Pieces, by Alex Peck
Medical Museums of the World, Switzerland, by Professor E.T. Pengelley


1987 - March Newsletter #9
Historical Images of the Drug Market, by William H. Hefland
Clinical Thermometer, by Alex Peck
Bloodletting in Ophthalmology, by Audrey B. Lewis
Medical Museums of the World, Part VIII, Australia, by Professor E.T. Pengelley

1987 - July Newsletter #10
A Civil War Patent, by Alex Peck
The Development of the Stethoscope An Exhibition, arranged by Paul B. Sheldon and Janet Doe
A Link with the Past, by Susan Mernit, reprinted from MD May 1987
Medical Museums of the World, Part IX Czechoslovakia and Hungary, by Professor E.T. Pengelley

 


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