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Volume 1
Science of Chiropractic - Principles and Philosophies

Different editions/printings: 1906, 1910, 1917 and 1920.

Volume 1: 1st Edition

The Science of Chiropractic; Its Principles and Adjustments, 1st ed. Daniel David Palmer and Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport. IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1906. illus.: photos: xix, 413 [420] pp. Volume 1 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. [414-416]. Advertisements pp. [417-420]. Frontpiece: David Palmer, B.J. Palmer, M.P. Brown, and Rev. Samuel Weed.

This 1906 first edition text contains 17 pages of quotes from medical sources D.D. Palmer used to substantiate chiropractic. It also discusses the difference between chiropractic and osteopathy, contains suggestions for adjustments for different diseases, and has a section on vaccination. This text contains many photos of early PSC classes, the interior of 828 Brady Street, and the osteological collection.

Volume 1: 2nd Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Its Principles and Philosophies, 2nd ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1910. illus.; photos; 440 pp. Volume 1 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 439-440. Advertisements pp. 433-438. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, Rev. Samuel Weed, David D. Palmer.

This 1910 second edition deals with chiropractic philosophy and scientific principles, relating them to the cause of disease. Included are definitions and information on chiropractic history, adjusting, disease, Innate, pathological conditions, subluxation, the Palmer family history and the Palmer Coat of Arms.

Volume 1: 3rd Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Its Principles and Philosophies, 3rd. ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1917. illus.; photos; 332 pp. Volume 1 on spine. Brown binding. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 330-332. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, Rev. Samuel Weed.

This is a 1917 third edition revision of the 1910 second edition with minor editorial additions and deletions.

Volume 1: 4th Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Its Principles and Philosophies, 4th ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1920. illus.: photos: 332 pp. Volume 1 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 330-332. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, Rev. Samuel Weed.

This 1920 fourth "edition" is a 1920 printing of the 1917 third edition.

Volume 2
The Science of Chiropractic

Different editions/printings: 1907, 1913 and 1920.

Volume 2: 1st Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Eleven Physiological Lectures, 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1907. illus.; photos; 160 [162] pp. Volume 2 on spine. Table of Contents p. 156. No Index. Advertisements pp. 157- [162]. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.

This 1907 first edition consists of lectures delivered at the Palmer School of Chiropractic during January-March 1907. The lectures cover the embryo, nervous system, senses, sympathetic nervous system, reflex action, diseases and their causes, alimentary tract, urinary system and serous circulation.

Volume 2: 2nd Edition

The Science of Chiropractic; Containing A Series of Lectures and Other Scientific Material Discovered or Developed and Delivered By B.J. Palmer. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1913. illus.; photos; 667 pp. Volume 2 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: B.J. and Mabel Heath Palmer.

This 1913 edition is a second edition and is a combination of the 1907 volume two and the 1908 Causes Localized, volume four. There is additional information on the sympathetic nervous system, reflex action, and serous circulation. New topics include physiology, cranial nerves, infantile paralysis, stones, hemorrhage, tumors, biology, the Meric System and equations.

Volume 2: 3rd Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Containing A Series of Lectures and Other Scientific Material Discovered or Developed and Delivered, 3rd ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; photos; 679 pp. Volume 2 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp.678-679. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer and Mabel Heath Palmer.

This 1920 third edition is a 1920 printing of the 1917 third edition with no editorial changes.

Volume 3
The Philosophy and Principles of Chiropractic Adjustments

Different editions/printings: 1908 and 1911.

Volume 3: 1st Edition

The Philosophy and Principles of Chiropractic Adjustments; A Series of Twenty-Four Lectures. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1908. illus.; photos; 360 pp. Volume 3 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: Howard Nutting and B.J. Palmer.

This 1908 first edition consists of lectures delivered by B.J. Palmer.

Volume 3: 2nd Edition

The Philosophy and Principles of Chiropractic Adjustments: A Series of Thirty-Eight Lectures. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1908-1911. illus.; photos; 567 pp. Volume 3 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Advertisements pp.558-567Frontpieee: Howard Nutting, B.J. Palmer.

This is an expanded version of the 1908 first edition, and explains subluxations, their adjustments, and their relationship to disease. Included are definitions, photographs of the B.J. Palmer osteological collection, and information on Innate intelligence, mental and physical currents, the vertebral column, palpation, spinal cord impingements, the atlas, axis, cervical, dorsal, and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum, coccyx, the recoil technique and practice drills.


Chiropractic Hygiene and Pediatrics

Volume 3: 1st Edition

Different editions/printings: 1924.

A Textbook On Hygiene and Pediatrics From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 1st ed. John Henry Craven. Davenport, IA: the author, 1924. illus.; photos; 407 pp. Volume 3 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: John H. Craven. Printed in Chicago by the Hammond Press, W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1924 first edition gives a general understanding of infant care and adjusting, and hygiene information on housing, air, ventilation, heating, lighting, water, school, industry, immunity, germs, disinfection, fumigation, sick room, food, milk, meat and definitions to hygiene.

 

 
Volume 4
The Science of Chiropractic-Causes Localized

Different editions/printings: 1908

Volume 4: 1st Edition

The Science of Chiropractic: Causes Localized. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: The Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1908. illus.; photos: 107, [108] pp. Volume 4 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index p. [108]. Advertisements pp. 84-107. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, Joy Loban.

This 1908 first edition gives a list of general diseases and conditions and corresponding vertebral areas of adjustment based upon the Meric System.

Volume 4: 1st Edition

The Chiropractic Adjuster: A Compilation of The Writing of D.D. Palmer. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1921. 912 pp, Volume 4 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index.

This 1921 first edition contains material covered in D.D. Palmer's The Chiropractor's Adjustor, plus additional writings by D.D. Palmer on the science, art, and philosophy of chiropractic and its relationship to health and disease. Included is information on anatomy, biology, Innate, the nervous system, nerve vibration, vertebral movement, adjusting, chiropractic analysis and pathological conditions.

Volume 5
The Philosophy of Chiropractic

Different editions/printings: 1916, 1919 and 1920.

Volume 5: 1st Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1909. illus.; photos; 559 [576] pp. Volume 5 on spine. Title on spine: The Philosophy of Chiropractic. No Table of Contents. Index p. 559. Advertisements pp. [560-576]. Frontpiece: Hilda Lundberg, B.J. Palmer.

This 1909 first edition applies the chiropractic philosophy to health and disease. Included is the author's philosophy on remedies, insanity, paralysis, disease, power and cycles, the nervous system and blood.

Volume 5: 2nd Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 2nd ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1916. illus.; photos; 428 pp. Volume 5 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 428. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven, B.J. Palmer.

This 1916 second edition is a rearrangement of the material in the first edition and contains minor additions and deletions.

Volume 5: 3rd Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 3rd ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1919. illus.; photos; 428 pp. Volume 5 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp.426-428. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven, B.J. Palmer.

This 1919 "third" edition is a reprint of the 1916 second edition.

Volume 5: 4th Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 4th ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; photos; 428 pp. Volume 5 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp.426-428. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven, B.J. Palmer.

This 1920 "fourth" edition is a reprint of the 1916 second edition.

Volume 5: 5th Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 5th ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; photos; 428 pp. Volume 5 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp.426-428. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven, B.J. Palmer.

This 1920 "fifth" edition is a reprint of the 1916 second edition.

Volume 5: 6th Edition

The Philosophy of Chiropractic. 6th ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; photos; 428 pp. Volume 5 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 426-428. No Advertisements. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven, B.J. Palmer.

This 1920 "sixth" edition is a reprint of the 1916 second edition.

Volume 6
The Philosophy, Science and Art of Chiropractic Nerve Tracing

Different editions/printings: 1911.

Volume 6: 1st Edition

The Philosophy, Science, and Art of Chiropractic Nerve Tracing; A Book of Four Sections. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1911. illus.; photos; 789 pp. Volume 6 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, Mabel Heath Palmer.

This 1911 first edition depicts nerve tracing based upon the Meric System. Tracings are illustrated from the physical cause to the effect and from the effect to the cause.

Volume 7
Chiropractic Symptomatology

Different editions/printings: 1914, 1919, 1920, 1921 and 1925.

Volume 7: 1st Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Symptomatology; or The Manifestations of Incoordination Considered From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 1st ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1914. 424[425] pp. No volume number on spine. Blue binding. Table of Contents p. [5]. Index pp. 411-424. Advertisements. p. [425].

Printed in Rock Island, Illinois by the Drifill Printing Company. This is a comprehensive description and explanation of pathologies and accompanying symptoms from a chiropractic standpoint. Pathologies include acute febrile, digestive, respiratory circulatory, blood, ductless gland, kidney, nervous system, constitutional diseases, sunstroke and intoxication. Each pathology is assigned an area of chiropractic adjustment.

Volume 7: Supplement

A Textbook of Chiropractic Symptomatology: Supplement To the First Edition. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. 100 pp. No volume number on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 97-100.

This supplement to the first edition includes sections on diseases of the eye and skin, hernias and hemorrhoids.

Volume 7: 2nd Edition

A Textbook of Chiropractic Symptomatology: Or the Manifestations of Incoordination Considered From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This 1919 second edition is a combination of the first edition and its supplement.

A Textbook of Chiropractic Symptomatology: Or the Manifestations of Incoordination Considered From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This 1920 second edition is a reprint of the 1919 second edition with no editorial changes.

A Textbook of Chiropractic Symptomatology: Or the Manifestations of Incoordination Considered From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. illus.; photos; 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This is a 1921 reprint of the 1920 second edition.

A Textbook of Chiropractic Symptomatology: Or the Manifestations Of Incoordination Considered From A Chiropractic Standpoint. 2nd ed. James N. Firth. Davenport, IA: the author,1925. illus.; photos: 465 pp. Volume 7 on spine. Table of Contents p. 5. Index pp. 457-465. Frontpiece: James N. Firth.

This is a 1925 reprint of the 1921 second edition.

Volume 8
Chiropractic Physiology

Different editions/printings: 1916, 1918, 1921 and 1922.

Volume 8: 1st Edition

A Textbook In Chiropractic Physiology. 1st ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1916, 414 pp. No volume number on spine. Brown Binding. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 405-414. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This 1916 first edition is a comprehensive scientific explanation of the functions of the body with an application of chiropractic philosophy. Included are sections on body tissues, blood, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, glandular, digestive, excretory, voice and brain systems.

Volume 8: 2nd Edition

A Textbook In Chiropractic Physiology. 2nd ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1918. 414 pp. No volume number on spine. Brown Binding. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 405-414. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1918 reprint of the 1916 first edition with no editorial changes.

Volume 8: 3rd Edition

A Textbook In Chiropractic Physiology. 3rd ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1918. 414 pp. Volume 8 on spine. 1920 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 405-414. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1916 first edition with no editorial changes.

Volume 8: 4th Edition

A Textbook In Chiropractic Physiology. 4th ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. illus.; 463 pp. Volume 8 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 454-463. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1921 reprint of the 1916 first edition with no editorial changes.

Volume 8: 5th Edition

A Textbook In Chiropractic Physiology. 5th ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1922. illus.; 463 pp. Volume 8 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 454-463. Printed in Chicago by Printing Products Corporation.

This is a 1922 reprint of the 1916 first edition.

Volume 9
Anatomy

Different printings/editions: 1918, 1919, 1920, 1922 and 1923.

Volume 9: 1st Edition

Chiropractic Anatomy. 1st ed. Mabel Heath Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1918. illus.; colored plates: [5], 487 pp. No volume number on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 452-487. Glossary pp. 446-451. Frontpiece: Mabel Heath Palmer. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This 1918 first edition textbook of anatomy is designed for the chiropractic student and practitioner. Included are sections on general anatomy, syndesmology, arthrology, myology, blood vascular system, organs of voice, respiration, digestion. special senses, urogenital system, hernias, nervous system and anatomical terms.

Volume 9: 2nd Edition

Chiropractic Anatomy. 2nd ed. Mabel Heath Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1919. illus.; colored plates; [6], 569 pp. Volume 9 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 533-569. Glossary pp. 526-531. Frontpiece: Mabel Heath Palmer. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1919 revision of the 1918 text. Changes include new illustrations and additional information throughout.

Volume 9: 3rd Edition

Chiropractic Anatomy. 3rd ed. Mabel Heath Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; colored plates; [7], 569 pp. Volume 9 on spine. 1919 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 533-569. Glossary pp. 526-531. Frontpiece: Mabel Heath Palmer. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1919 second edition with minor errors corrected.

Volume 9: 4th Edition

Chiropractic Anatomy. 4th ed. Mabel Heath Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1920. illus.; colored plates; [7], 569 pp. Volume 9 on spine. 1922 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 533-569. Glossary pp. 526-531. Frontpiece: Mabel Heath Palmer. Printed in Chicago by Rogers and Hall Company.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1919 second edition with minor errors corrected.

Volume 9: 5th Edition

Chiropractic Anatomy. 5th ed. Mabel Heath Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1923. illus.; colored plates; [8], 573 pp. Volume 9 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 537-573. Glossary pp. 531-536. Frontpiece: Mabel Heath Palmer. Printed in Chicago by Hammond Press, W.B. Conkey Company.

This is a 1923 revision of the 1919 second edition with new illustrations and new material throughout.

Volume 10

Different editions/printings: 1918, 1919, 1921 and 1923.

Volume 10: 1st Edition

Text On Chiropractic Spinography. 1st ed. Ernest Archibald

Thompson.1918

Volume 10: 2nd Edition

Text On Chiropractic Spinography. 2nd ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; tables; 194 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7. Index pp. 191-194. Frontpiece: E.A. Thompson.

This 1919 second edition text deals with the use of X-ray and its application to the study of spinal segments and their juxtaposition. Included are sections on X-ray discovery, physical properties, protection, plate reading, equipment, physics, patient placement and developing procedures.

Volume 10: 3rd Edition

Text On Chiropractic Spinography. 3rd ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. illus.; tables; 346 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 5-7. Index pp. 343-348.

This is a 1921 revision of the 1919 second edition with new material on subjects previously covered, particularly on X-ray equipment, physics and body exposures.

Volume 10: 4th Edition

Text On Chiropractic Spinography. 4th ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author 1923. illus.; tables: 426 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-11. Index pp. 421-426.

This is a 1923 revision of the 1921 third edition with a more in-depth application of X-ray to the spine and chiropractic. Included is new material on equipment, physics, protection and exposures.

Volume 11
Chiropractic Chemistry

Different editions/printings: 1919 and 1920.

Volume 11: 1st Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Chemistry. 1st ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; tables; 430 pp. Volume 11 on spine. 1921 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 407-430. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is a 1919 first edition text of general and physiological chemistry designed for the chiropractic student. Included are sections on inorganic, organic, and physiological chemistry, information on poisons, antidotes, reaction equations, symbols, formulas, atomic weights and definitions.

Volume 11: 2nd Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Chemistry. 2nd ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; tables; 430 pp. Volume 11 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 407-430. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Volume 11: 3rd Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Chemistry. 3rd ed. S.J. Burich. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; tables; 432 pp. Volume 11 on spine. 1921 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-9. Index pp. 409-432. Frontpiece: S.J. Burich.

This is another 1920 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Volume 12
Chiropractic Gynecology

Different editions/printings: 1919, 1920, 1921 and 1923.

Volume 12: 1st Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Gynecology. 1st ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. 407 pp. Volume 12 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 395-407. Frontpiece: Harry E. Vedder.

This 1919 first edition text gives a thorough chiropractic explanation of gynecological diseases and the results that might be expected under adjustments. Included is information on diseases of the vulva, vagina, uterus, Fallopian tubes, ovaries, urinary system and syphilis.

Volume 12: 2nd Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Gynecology. 2nd ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. 407 pp. Volume 12 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 395-407. Frontpiece: Harry E. Vedder.

This is a 1920 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Volume 12: 3rd Edition

A Textbook On Chiropractic Gynecology. 3rd ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. 407 pp. Volume 12 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-8. Index pp. 395-407. Frontpiece: Harry E. Vedder.

This is a 1921 reprint of the 1919 first edition.

Volume 12: 4th Edition

Textbook On Chiropractic Gynecology. 4th ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: the author, 1923. illus.; 474 pp. Volume 12 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 9-10. Index pp.463-474.

This is a 1923 second edition incorporating illustrations.

Volume 13
Palmer Technique of Chiropractic

Different editions/printings:1920.

Volume 13: 1st Edition

A Textbook On The Palmer Technique of Chiropractic. 1st ed. B.J. Palmer. Davenport, IA: the author, 1920. illus.; 531 pp. Volume 13 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 527-531.

This is a 1920 comprehensive text on the Palmer adjustment technique. Included is material on vertebral palpation, adjusting, nerve tracing, abnormalities and subluxation listings. Contains 185 photographs.

Volume 14
Chiropractic Text Book

Different editions/printings: 1927, 1946 and 1948.

Volume 14: 1st Edition

Chiropractic Textbook. 1st ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1927. illus.; charts; tables; xxxiv, 396 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 385-396. Frontpiece: Ralph W. Stephenson. Printed in Chicago by R.R. Donnelley and Sons Co., Lakeside Press.

This 1927 text, written for chiropractic classroom use, describes what chiropractic is, does, how, and why. Included are sections for each semester of study with material on chiropractic philosophy, the nervous system, Innate, spinal subluxations, cycles, functions, the Meric System, poisons and thesis writing.

Volume 14: 2nd Edition

Chiropractic Textbook. 2nd ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1927. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1927 printing of the original 1927 text with an additional section (pp. 385-401) on the occipito-atlanto-axial region based upon the B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic studies. The added chapter is written by Galen R. Price.

Volume 14: 3rd Edition

Chiropractic Textbook. 3rd ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author. 1946. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1946 reprint of the 1927 second edition.

Volume 14: 4th Edition

Chiropractic Textbook. 4th ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1948. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. 1927 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Frontpiece: Ralph W. Stephenson. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1948 reprint of the 1927 second edition.

Different editions and printings: 1920.

Volume 14: 1st Edition

The Spirit Of P.S.C., A Story Based On Facts Gleaned At the Chiropractic Fountain Head. 1st ed. James Leroy Nixon. Davenport, IA: sine nomine, 1920. illus.; photos; 199 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: James Leroy Nixon and B.J. Palmer.

With a narrative approach, this 1920 text gives a description of the Palmer School of Chiropractic life, the extent of its educational resources, the personal characteristics of its faculty, the scope of its curriculum, the character of the student body, and the results of its applications in the health field.

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