Medical Collectors Association Newsletters Issues 21-30

1992- March, Issue #21
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXVI by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 32 1990
From Vesalius Classic to an Artificial Heart, TMA Showcases Medical History by Jim Busby, reprinted from Texas Medicine vol. 87 No. 8 August 1991
The National Library of Medicine Evolution of a Premier Information Center by Micheal E. Debakey MD reprinted from JAMA September 4 1991 vol. 266 copyright 1991 American Medical Association

1993- November, Issue #22
Corkscrews for Collectors by Bernard M. Watney and Homer D. Babbidge
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXVIII by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 32 1990 No.4
Excerpt from Wards Natural Science Establishment, Auzoux Anatomy Preparations
Dr. Chisolms Inhaler: A Rare Confederate Medical Invention by F.T. Hambrecht, M.D., M. Rhode, and A. Hawk reprinted from the The Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association, May 1991
Collectables are lifted to a new status by Ann McCutchan reprinted from Gannett Suburban Newspapers, Oct. 8, 1992

1993- March, Issue #23
Instructions for using Halse’s Galvanic Apparatus, by Mr. Halse
U.S. Patent Document, Auriphone Patent #362,099
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXIV by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 31 1989 No.4
Historical and phrenologic reflections on the nonmotor functions of the cerebellum: Love under the tent?, by roger M. Macklis, MD. And Jeffrey D. Macklis, MD. Reprinted from Neurology April, 1992
Except from Dr. Peirce’s Invalids Hotel

1993- November, Issue #24
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXIV by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 32 1990 No.1
Medical Spoons: A brief look at patents of the 1870’s and 1880’s, by John S. Haller Jr. PhD, reprinted from New York State Journal of Medicine, March 1993
Directions for Exhibiting the Medicines contained in the Chests prepared and sold by White & Cautherley, printed by Weed and Rider, Little Britain, London 1819
Medical Museum is Ten Years Old: El Paso Medical Heritage Foundation

1994- March, Issue #25
Catalogue page from Down Bros. LTD. 1901 (Phimosis), George Tiemann & Co. Sugical Instruments
Society of Civil War Surgeons, Inc.
Significance of Carvings on Chinese Tortoise-shell Spectacles (Cases), by J. Wm. Rosenthal, M.D., D.Sc.
Opium and its Artifacts, by J. Worth Estes, M.D.
Excerpt from: Of the Imagination as a Cause and as a Cure of Disorders of the Body; Exemplified by Fictitious Tractors, and Epidemical Convulsions by John Haygarth, M.D. 1800
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXIII by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 31 1989 No.3
Newsletter of the Stanley B. Burns, M.D. Collection 1994

1994- December, Issue #26
Quack House, Visit a Museum of Medical Hokum, by Pat Denato reprinted from The Pantagraph Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, May 15, 1991
Historical Images of the Drug Market-XV by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History vol. 29 1987 No.3
Prescription Scales, United States Patent #327,152
The Ultimate Collection, by Betty Jo Geiger reprinted from CALF News Feeder Magazine, January, 1994

1995- July, Issue #27
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XIV by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History
Improved Medicine Chest, United States Patent #45266
Museum Stuck on Leeches, by Robert Behre, reprinted from The Post & Courier, 1/29/95
Time Capsule of 1865 Frontier Cargo, by Lynn M. Jenkins
No Device yet to Kill Quack Remedies, by Martha Purdy, reprinted from The Pentagragh, date unknown

1995- December, Issue #28
United States Patent # 581,929, 1897 Stethoscope, W. H. Wigmore
Physician’s receipt for the treatment of slaves, from the collection of Leroy M. Lenhart Esq.
Historical Images of the Drug Market by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History, vol. 30 1988 No.2
The Evolution of Artifacts, by Henry Petroski reprinted from American Scientist, vol. 80

1996- June, Issue #29
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXI, by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History, vol. 31 1989 No.1
United States Patent # 1,044,858, 1912 Stethoscope, Otto Bolte
Excerpts from Baunscheidtism, or a New Method of Cure, by Charles Baunscheidt

1996- December, Issue #30
Museum Explores Civil War’s Impact on Modern Medicine, by Lowell E. Sutherland, reprinted from Newsday Dec. 15, 1996
United States Patent # 1,015,163, 1912 Localizing-Stethoscope, Daneil G. Fosgate
Historical Images of the Drug Market - XXII, by William H. Helfand, reprinted from Pharmacy in History, vol. 31 1989 No.2
The Study of Penile Vascular Physiology and Pathology using Radiotracer Techniques, by Qaisar Hussian, London University; Thesis #DX188159, 1993

 


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