Tag Archive for digital collections

Digitize This! – Volume 20

Digitization Update: We now have 13 Green Books available on our digital collections! Our newest addition is Volume 20 – Precise Posture-Constant Spinograph Comparative Graphs. Read about real cases from the BJ Palmer Chiropractic Clinic!                                                  …

Digitize This! – Green Books

We are so excited to announce that we have THREE new Green Books digitized! You can now read Chiropractic Anatomy, The Philosophy of Chiropractic and Chiropractic Advertising in flipbook format on our digital collections!                                               You can also…

American Archives Month

It’s American Archives Month! You can help us celebrate archives by visiting our physical space to see what we have available, checking out our digital collections, and by donating your personal or family records to an archive.                           Here at the Palmer College Special Collections and Archives we…

Save Your Photos Month

September is National Save Your Photos Month!                           Photos are irreplaceable and easily damaged, so it’s important to take care of them. At the Palmer Archives we have a collection of historic photographs that we are dedicated to protecting and preserving. Petite Pete is going to give you…

Founder’s Day 2019

Happy Founder’s Day! Founder’s Day is a celebration at Palmer College of Chiropractic honoring D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic, and of the first adjustment he made in 1895. Despite some uncertainty regarding the date of the first adjustment, we celebrate it on September 18 each year; click here to read more about Founder’s Day.   This year marks 124…

Digitization Update! – Chiropractic Educator

The Chiropractic Educator is a periodical that Palmer School of Chiropractic sent out to chiropractors in the field to help them advertise their practices. For a small fee they could have their business card printed on the issues sent to them which they could then hand out to their patients and potential new patients. The Chiropractor Educator was intended to…

Digitize This! – The Chiropractor (1914)

The newest addition to our digital collections is The Chiropractor  by D.D. Palmer! Daniel David Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, died in 1913 and this book was published a few months later by his widow, Mary Hudler Palmer. D.D. wrote two books in his lifetime, this one, and The Science, Art, and Philosophy of Chiropractic (1910), also called The Chiropractor’s Adjuster, which is…

Recently Researched – Chiropractic Statistics

Have you ever wondered about what chiropractic success rates used to be, or what diseases were treated by early chiropractors? We have the answer! This book of Chiropractic Statistics from 1925 includes data from 99,976 cases reported by 412 chiropractors in 110 specific conditions. We recently scanned this book for a researcher, but decided it was too valuable not to…

Digitize This!

New online content is now available to our students, faculty, and chiropractic history enthusiasts though our digitization project: We recently uploaded three Green Books that are now available in a searchable Flipbook format: —Spirit of the PSC —Chiropractic Gynecology —History in the Making A huge thanks to our student workers who make this possible. We could not do it without…

Digitize This!

New online content is now available to our students, faculty, and chiropractic history enthusiasts though our digitization project: We recently uploaded six B.J. Palmer publications that are now available in a searchable Flipbook format: –Disciplining the Hour –It is as Simple as That –Kidney Diseases –New Twist on Old Ways –New Twist on Old Ways—2nd Edition –An Invisible Government  …

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