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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…

Quick Preservation Tips!

These great tips come from the American Library Association with pictures taken from Palmer’s Chiropractic Archives. Learn more at http://www.ala.org/alcts/preservationweek Take the First Step The most important part of a preservation effort is taking the first step. Don’t let the pursuit of perfection be an obstacle to getting started. A simple first step like moving photos out of the attic…

Library Week 2020

Happy Library Week 2020! In honor of the 125th anniversary of chiropractic this year we’re sharing photos of the Palmer College library over the years.   By 1905 the Palmer library already consisted of over 2,000 volumes available for students to use to assist with their studies. It was described as “one of the essentials upon which this school has…

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!                            …

Palmera Kabana

This week we would like to feature a prominent woman in chiropractic history, Dr. Palmera Kabana!                       Dr. Kabana was born to two practicing chiropractors in 1921 and named in honor of the Palmer family. Her parents were active members of the chiropractic community, so she began attending Palmer Lyceums when…

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…

Happy Holidays!

The archives will be closed from December 23 – January 6th.                                                       We hope you all have happy holidays and enjoy some time for rest and relaxation, and we’ll see you next year!  

Moving Our Storage Room

As part of the renovations happening on campus, the archives materials that we keep in storage will be getting a new home! We’re very excited for our new storage room, but before we move there are a lot of things that need to happen, so this blog is to let you in on some of the things happening behind the…

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