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STILL A .T.

BY THE AUTHOR, Press of the Journal Printing Company Press, Kirksville, MO, 1910.

Detailed examination of the mechanics of the body and how to treat many ailments, from a doctor, for doctors. Includes a bit of philosophy and the fundamentals.

Hard Cover. 543 PAGES.                                              
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STILL A .T.
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OSTEOPATHY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
STILL A .T.
BY THE AUTHOR, Press of the Journal Printing Company Press, Kirksville, MO, 1910.
Detailed examination of the mechanics of the body and how to treat many ailments, from a doctor, for doctors. Includes a bit of philosophy and the fundamentals.
Hard Cover. 543 PAGES, Book Condition: G00D


STILL A .T. PHILOSOPHY OF OSTEOPATHY by Andrew T. Still
168 Pages, Plus last 5 Pages Ad for A.T. Still's Table or Device $25, Course description, course of study over two years,American School of Osteopathy, The A.T.Still Infirmary The students in the school are not permitted to even assist in treating the infirmary patients. All the work is done by regular operators. fees are $25 per month, 1946 Reprint of 1899 Academy Of Applied Osteopathy, Edwards Brothers, Inc.
Ann Arbor MI
Exlibris, signed by owner Dr. Neva Studley

CLINICAL OSTEOPATHY
The A.T. Still Research Institute,Produced by the Education Department
Hardcover,643 Pages, Edited by Carl P. McConnell, Chicago, IL. 1917
Exlibris, signed by owner, Neva Eliane Miller, with her notes on last four pages.

Applied Anatomy of the Spine
H. V. Halladay, DO
Hard cover, 1st Edition 1920 American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO
205 pages, 68 plates, plus drawings, Journal Printing Company Press, Kirksville, MO


A.T.STILL FOUNDER OF OSTEOPATHY
M. A. Kane
Originally written as 10 independent articles in "Osteopathic Health" Hard cover Edition, about 1920 American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO
Hardcover,216 pages, Numerous plates & drawings, Journal Printing Company Press, Kirksville, MO

OSTEOPATHY, The Science of Healing by Adjustment
Percy H. Woodall, M.D., D.O.
Hardcover,110 pages,Sixth Edition, Hard Cover. Published by American Osteopathic Association at Orange, N.J.

The Lengthening Shadow of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still
Arthur Grant Hildreth, D. O.,President Still-Hildreth Osteopathic Sanitorium, Macon, MO
The memoirs of the early days of osteopathy by a student of the founder of osteopathy,
Past President American Osteopathic Association, Member House of Represetatives in Missouri Legislature 1900-1904. Member Senate in Missouri Legislature, 1924-1932.
Hardcover 438 Pages.Publisher, Arthur Grant Hildreth,D.O., Macon, MO 1938. The Journal Printing Company, Kirksville, MO Dust cover is inside book.

Evaluating Surgery through Gross Pathology
Robert P. Morhardt, D. O.
author contends that too much recent surgery is needless,
202 Pages, photographs. 1st Edition, Copyright 1954, Publication Press of Pasedena

VERTEBRAL LESIONS and THEIR CORRECTION
Harry W. Forbes, D.O. Pres. Los Angeles College of Osteopathy
81 Pages. December, 1910 Hard Cover. Published as a Monograph Toronto, Ontario
ExLibris Arthur J. Boucher, D.O., M.D. Boston, MA (Reg pharmacist 1908, Doctor Osteopathy, 1912, Doctor Medicine, 1916

Sacro-Iliac,Bulletin Number Fifty, International Society of Sacro-Iliac Technicians,Medico-Legal Aspects of Sacro-Iliac Lesions

OSTEOPATHY COMPLETE
Elmer D. Barber, D.O. (Sec'y, The American College Kansas City) See ad Mail COurse in Osteopathy and Manual Therapeutics,last page.
566 Pages,Illustrated, 50 drawings (Cuts), Third Edition, 1898 Press of Hudson-Kimberly Publishing Co., Kansas City, MO

International Journal of SURGERY and ANTISEPTICS, October 1888
Volume 1, Number 4. Pages 193 to 255
Yearly Subscription $1, with multiple advertisements.
Articles include:Needed Reforms in the Manufacture of Orthopedic Appliances
Strangulation of the Clitoris, in 10 year old girl
Operative treatment of Priapism


MANUAL OF JOINT MANIPULATION
Byron E. Laycock, D.O., Professor of Osteopathic Principles & Practice, Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy & Surgery, Des Moines, IA
1st Edition,1953 Hard Cover. 437 Pages,Illustrated, Many photographs. Published by Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy & Surgery, Des Moines, IA
ExLibris Larry Boatman, DO. New Mexico- Boatman Osteopathic Clinic, Santa Fe),Rx page of Boatman Osteopathic Clinic, Santa Fe. Inscribed by the author.

Manual of Osteopathic Practice
Alan Stoddard, M.B.,B.S.,D.O.,D Phys. Med, Consultant in Physical Medicine, Brook Hospital, London.
Hardcover,1st Edition, 300 Pages, 55 Photo illustrations.Medical Division, Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. 1969.Printed in London.
ExLibris L.C.Boatman, DO. and K.W. Harvie, D.O.

A Study in Hospital Efficiency. As Demonstrated by the Case Report of the First Five Years of a Private Hospital.
Codman EA.
Hard Cover. 179 Pages. Boston 1940
Commemorative Edition to the Officers of Massachusetts
General Hospital in fullfilment of of a special request made by Dr.Codman shortly before his death 1940 (card enclosed)

MASSACHUSTTS OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL,
Hardcover,168 Pages, Selected Publications from March 1928 to March, 1931. Volume 1, 1931


PRACTICE of OSTEOPATHY. Designed for the Use of Practioners and Students of Osteopathy
Carl Phillip McConnell. D.O., M.D., Professor of theory and practice of Osteopathy and osteopathic diagnosis, American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO
Hard Cover.766 pages. The Hammond Press,1st Edition, 1899
Exlibris, signed by owner Charles A Wheelon

PRACTICE of OSTEOPATHY
Carl Phillip McConnell & Charles Clayton Teall
Hard Cover.781 pages, 16 drawings, Journal Printing Company Press,Third Edition, 1906 Kirksville, MO
Exlibris, signed by owner Charles A Wheelon


PRACTICE of OSTEOPATHY
Carl Phillip McConnell & Charles Clayton Teall
Hard Cover.808 pages, Fourth Edition,with much new and original matter,Journal Printing Company Press. 1920 Kirksville, MO,
ExLibris L.C.Boatman.


APPLIED ANATOMY. Designed for the Use of Osteopathic Students and Practioners as a Aid in the Anatomical Explanation of Disease from an Osteopathic Viewpoint
Marion Edward Clark, D.O., Professor of Applied Anatomy. Gynecology, Obstetrics and Diseases of Children, in the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO
Hard Cover.687 Pages, Illustrated with 175 engravings.Journal Printing Company Press, 1st Edition, 1906 Kirksville, MO
Exlibris, signed by owner Clifford L Steidley

ANATOMY in a NUTSHELL
A Treatise in Human Anatomy in its Relation to Osteopathy
William Ross Laughlin, M.s., D.O.
Hardcover,616 Pages,in one volume , illustrated by 295 plates. Journal Printing Company Press. 1905 Kirksville, MO,19 Second Edition.(First edition, 1899 contained only 150 pages) Binding slightly loose.
ExLibris L.C.Boatman.Signed by the author 1906

Basic Sciences for Orthopedics,
Prepared by Contract with Northwestern University for the Department of Medicine and Surgery
Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. 1948.
Hardcover, 206 pages
Exlibris Robert Thompson

Surgery in World War II, Orthopedic Surgery in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations
Medical Department United States Army
Oscar P. Hampton, JR, M.D., F.A.C.S., COlonel, MC, USAR Assistant Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Hardcover,396 Pages, 96 illustrations. 1957 Office of the Surgeon General, Department of the Army


Practice of Osteopathy, The Practice and Applied Therapeutics
Charles Hazzard, Ph.B., D.O.
Hardcover, 444 pages Second Revised Edition, 1901.
Of interest, April 3, 1904 NY SUN Article on The Osteopath and the Heart that Stopped Beating Pasted in front cover

Principles of Osteopathy
Charles Hazzard, Ph.B., D.O., Professor of Histology and Pathology, 1897-1898; Professor of Principles of Osteopathy, 1898-1899, in the American School of Osteopathy and Member of the Staff of Operators in the A.T. Still Infirmary
Hardcover, 319 Pages. Presented as Lectures with Questions and Answers.Third Edition, Thoroughly Revised, 1899, Loose binding

OSTEOPATHIC MECHANICS, A text-Book
Edythe F. Ashmore, D.O. Detroit,Formerly Professor of Osteopathic Technique, American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO
Hardcover, 237 Pages,82 illustrations. Journal Printing Company, 1st Edition, 1915, Kirksville, MO

(our copy 1)
OSTEOPATHIC FUNDAMENTALS (
our copy 1)
Leon E. Page, D.O.
Hardcover, 182 Pages,Journal Printing Company, 1st Edition, 1927, Kirksville, MO
Exlibris, signed by owner Clifford L Steidley


OSTEOPATHIC FUNDAMENTALS (our copy 2)
Leon E. Page, D.O.
Hardcover, 182 Pages,Journal Printing Company, 1st Edition, 1927, Kirksville, MO

DISEASES OF THE BONES AND JOINTS Clinical Studies
Joel E, Goldthwaite, M.D., Charles F. Painter, M.D., Robert B. Osgood, M.D.
Hardcover, 685 Pages.287 Illustrations, D.C. Heath and Co.,Boston, 1909
Exlibris, Treadwell Library, Massachusetts General Hospital

SYSTEM OF SURGERY; Pathological, Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Operative
Samuel D. Gross, M.D., Professor of Surgery in the Jefferson Medical College
Volume II of this two-volume system of surgery text, with this volume covering "Special Surgery; or, Diseases and Injuries of Particular Organs, Textures, and Regions" - including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, general surgery, gynecology, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, etc.
Hardcover, Book is complete to pg 1946. 1054 Pages included. index complete to letter C, pages 1045 -1054. In Two Volumes,Volume II.Fourth Edition, carefully revised and improved, Henry C. Lea, Philadelphia 1866. 808 illustrations.Binding is loose. Rear cover missing.

DISEASES and DEFORMITIES OF THE SPINE and THORAX
Arthur Steindler , M.D,, FACS, Professor and Head of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery of Iowa State University Medical School, Iowa City, Iowa
Hardcover,573 Pages, 76 plates, 1st Ediiton, C.V.Mosby Company, St. Louis 1929

THE MANAGEMENT OF FRACTURES, DISLOCATIONS AND SPRAINS
John Albert Key, B.S., M.D. and H. Earle Conwell,M.D.,F.A.C.S.
Hardcover, 1322 Pages, 1310 Illustrations,Fourth Edition, C.V.Mosby Company, St. Louis 1947
Exlibris H. Frederick Staack, Jr., M.D., Chicago, IL

The Human Foot
Dudley J. Morton. Associate Professor of Anatomy, Columbia University.
Hardcover,244 Pages, 100 illustrations. Ist Edition, 1935,Columbia University Press. With dust cover

Treatise on FRACTURES
John B.Roberts, A.M.,M.D.,F.A.C.S. and James A.Kelly,A.M.,M.D.
Hardcover, 677 Pages, 909 Illustrations:Radiograms, Drawings,and Photographs. 1916,J.B.Lipincott Company,Philadelphia

Surgical Treatment of Hand and Forearm Infections
A.C.J. Brickel,A.B.,M.D. Departments of Anatomy & Surgery, Western Reserve University
Hardcover, 300 Pages With 166 Text Illustrstions and 35 Plates. 1st Ediiton, C.V.Mosby Company, St. Louis 1939

Treatment of Fractures
Lorenz Bohler, M.D. Chief SUrgeon and Director of the Vienna Accident Hospital
Authorized English Translation by ME Steinberg, M.S.,M.D. of Portland Oregon
'Böhler introduced several new methods and devised new apparatus for the treatment of fractures. His clinic in Vienna became world-famous.
Hardcover,186 Pages, 234 Illustrations, Wilhelm Mudrich Publisher, Printed in Austria, Vienna, 1929

On the Contributions of Hugh Owen Thomas of Liverpool
Sir Robert Jones of Liverpool and London
John Ridlon, M.D., of New York and Chicago to MODERN ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
by H. Winett Orr, M.D.
Hardcover,253 Pages, copyright 1949, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher Springfield, IL USA. With Dustcover

DISEASES of the HIP
V.P.Gibney, A.M.,M.D.
"The most significant of his writings, this book was the result of 12 years of careful recording of the histories of over two thousand patients he had personally examined. Gibney was the `Dean of Orthopedic Surgery' and `one of the fathers of the specialty.'
Hardcover,412 Pages,64 ILLUSTRATIONS, Copyright 1883 , 1ST Edition, published by Bermingham and Company, New York


OSTEOMYELITIS and COMPOUND FRACTURES and other infected wounds
Treatment by the Method of Drainage and Rest
by H. Winett Orr, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Hardcover, 208 Pages, 54 Illustrations 1st Edition, 1929 C.V.Mosby Company, St. Louis

LISTON'S PRACTICAL SURGERY
Robert Liston, Surgeon
Leatherbound Hardcover, 588 Pages, 150 Illustrations, 1842, Second American Edition, Published by Thomas CowperthWait and Co., Philadelphia, PA. Exlibris Essex Institute Library, signed William Mack
RARE copy of this 1929 work on the author's method for the treatment of infected wounds, especially of bones and joints - based on his clinical work in private practice, as well as his experiences in the military service during "the Great War", WWI. Discusses Sir Joseph Lister and antisepsis, lessons from the Great War, osteomyelitis, compound fractures, and clinical results of his method.

LATERAL CURVATURE OF THE SPINE and Round Shoulders
Robert W. Lovett, M.D. Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School
Hardcover,192 Pages, 171 Illustrations,Second Edition Revised, 1913 P Blakiston's and Son & Co, Philadelphia, PA
included letter from Oslo, 1930

Treatise on ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Edward H. Bradford, M.D., Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School and Robert W. Lovett, M.D.,Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School
Hardcover,655 PAges, 621 Illustrations, Second EditIon Revised, 1899. Published by Willaim Wood and Company, New York,
eXLibris Signed,Jeanette W.Auly, 1902

A MANUAL of ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Augustus Thorndike, M.D.Assistant in Orthopedics, Harvard Medical School
Hardcover, gold edge papers, 401 Pages, 191 Illustrations. 1st Edition 1907 P Blakiston's and Son & Co,
Philadelphia, PA

PELVO-SPONDYLITIS OSSIFICANS
Ragnar Romanus, M.D. Chief of Surgical Outpatient Department, Stockholm and Sven Yden, M.D. Roentgenologist, Karolinska Sjukhuset and King Gustav V Reasearch Institute.
Hardcover,161 Pages, 229 Illustrations. 1955, Munksgaard, Copenhagen,and by Yearbook Publisher, Chicago
Torn Dustcover.

DISEASES of the BONES, Their Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment
Thomas Jones, FRCS, ENG, BS, London
Surgeon to the Manchester Royal Infirmary,
Hardcover,369 Pages, 77 Illustrations 1st Edition, 1887, Published by Smith Elder and Company, Manchester, England
1887,

ON FRACTURES and DISLOCATIONS
Professor Dr. H. Helferich of Griefswald, Translated from the Third Edition, 1897, by J. Hutchinson, Jr, FRCS, Surgeon to the London Hospital. Publisher, New Sydenham Society, 1899. London
Hardcover,162 Pages, 68 Plates,Drawings by B. Keilitz 126 Figures


BONE-GRAFT SURGERY
Fred H. Albee, A.B.,M.D.,F.A.C.S.Professor Orthopedic Surgery, New York Post Graduate Medical School.
Hardcover,417 pages, 332 Illustrations, W.B. Saunders Company, 1917. 1st reprint of original 1915 Edition
The great American surgeon was the first to apply living bone grafts as internal splints.



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