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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…

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…

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…

Newly Acquired: UCC Composite

We are so excited to share our newest acquisition! This 1911 composite is from the Universal Chiropractic College.                                         UCC was located in Davenport, Iowa near Palmer School of Chiropractic. It was founded by former PSC instructor Joy Loban, D.C., Ph.C.…

Quad Cities Archives Fair

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to the Archives Fair October 26th at the German American Heritage Center! The event was very successful and we had a great time getting to know everyone and sharing information about the history of Palmer College and chiropractic. We love getting to talk to all the other local history professionals and…

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…

New Display : B.J. and the National Parks

We have a new display up on the third floor of the library! “TRAVELING is an art. To know WHAT to see; to know HOW to see; to be able to systematize what you see, that it may make a lasting memory, are things that people can develop and train themselves to accomplish.” – BJ Palmer, 1928 B.J. Palmer traveled…

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…

Anatomical Models Available for Check-out at the Library

Do you need to be someplace other than the Library while you study for your next anatomy test?  The Library now has numerous bone models available for checkout at the Reserve Desk on the second floor of the Library. Some of the items available for checkout are spines, skulls and various arm and leg bones.  The bones are available for…

Room to relax at San Jose Campus

The Library on the San Jose Campus is excited to host the new Meditation Room. Created by the Associated Student Government (ASG), the Meditation Room is a quiet and peaceful space where students can take time out from their busy days to relax, reflect, meditate or simply rest their senses. We had to flip on the overhead lights in order…

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