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1907: Palmer School and Infirmary is Chartered

The Palmer School and Infirmary of Chiropractic was chartered in Davenport, Iowa in May 1907. This important document was filed to legally document the creation of a corporation as a separate business entity. The articles become a public record and provide important information such as its name, street address, and information about its shares of stock.   Article I: “The…

Digitize This! –The Chiropractor and Clinical Journal, 1928-1931

We now have selected issues of The Chiropractor and Clinical Journal from the following years available to view and keyword search online: Volume 24—1928 Volume 25—1929 Volume 26—1930 Volume 27—1931 The December 1930 issue features a color cover, of green, and red—being very festive of course. All of 1931 have beautiful color illustrations, the majority of which are National Parks…

Digitization Update – The Chiropractor

Our students have been hard at work scanning issues of The Chiropractor and Clinical Journal! The Chiropractor was a monthly periodical produced by Palmer School of Chiropractic from 1904 to 1961. It featured chiropractic articles from many prominent chiropractors from the field and students and faculty of the Palmer School. We have just uploaded two full volumes to our digital…

National Poetry Month

Happy National Poetry Month! Poetry has a special place in chiropractic history and The Chiropractor and Clinical Journal used to feature at least one poem each month, often written by a student or Palmer alumnus. In honor of Poetry month here are some of those poems!                            …

Women’s History Month

For the month of March we are highlighting the women who have been an integral part of chiropractic throughout its history. We have been featuring chiropractic women on our social media this month, so don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for daily posts about women in chiropractic history! Here are some important women in chiropractic and resources to learn…

Digitize This! – Palmer-Gregory College of Chiropractic

Did you know that Palmer College of Chiropractic isn’t the only chiropractic college founded by D. D. Palmer? After leaving Davenport D.D. Palmer went to Oklahoma and founded another chiropractic college, the Palmer-Gregory College of Chiropractic, with Dr. Alva A. Gregory. We now have Annual Announcements from the Palmer-Gregory College for 1909-1910 and 1911-1912 available on our digital collections! We…

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…

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