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The Green Books Volume 15-29

The Green Books Volume 15 - 29

Volume 15
Chiropractic Orthopedy

Different editions/printings: 1921 and 1922.

Volume 15: 1st Edition

A Textbook on Chiropractic Orthopedy. 1st ed. John Henry Craven. Davenport. IA: the author, 1921. illus.; photos; 399 pp. Volume 15 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 14-15. Index pp. 390-396. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven. Printed by Printing Products Corporation, Chicago, IL.

This 1921 first edition is designed to give the chiropractic student comprehensive knowledge of the spine and physical representation of the cause of disease. Included are sections on anatomy of the spinal cord and column, palpation, subluxation, the Meric System, arthrology, motion, abnormalities and muscles.

Volume 15: 2nd Edition

A Textbook on Chiropractic Orthopedy. 2nd ed. John Henry Craven. Davenport, IA: the author, 1922. illus.; photos; 399 pp. Volume 15 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 14-15. Index pp. 390-396. Frontpiece: J.H. Craven. Printed by Printing Products Corporation, Chicago, IL

This is a 1922 printing of the 1921 first edition with no editorial changes.

Volume 16
Chiropractic Advertising

Different editions/printings: 1924.

Volume 16: 1st Edition

Chiropractic Advertising. 1st ed. Harry E. Vedder. Davenport, IA: Harry Vedder, 1924. illus.; photos; 244 pp. Volume 16 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: Harry E. Vedder.

This 1924 first edition correlates and systematizes the advertising experiences of practicing chiropractors of the early 1920s and gives fundamental principles of different types of advertising. Included is information and examples on the application of advertising to chiropractic and the benefits that can be obtained through advertising.

Volume 17
Malpractice as applied to Chiropractors

Different editions/printings:1924.

Volume 17: 1st Edition

Malpractice as Applied to Chiropractors. 1st ed. Arthur T. Holmes. [sine loco: sine nomine, 1924.] v, 253 pp. Volume 17 on spine. 1924 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. v.

This first edition text, designed to help chiropractors avoid many legal problems, includes material on malpractice, liability, negligence, contracts, fees, specific cases, and other aspects of chiropractic practice.

Volume 18
The Subluxation Specific; The Adjustment Specific; and Exposition of the Cause of All Disease

Different editions/printings: 1934.

Volume 18: 1st Edition

The Subluxation Specific; The Adjustment Specific; and Exposition of the Cause of All Disease. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1934. illus.: photos; tables; 870 pp. Volume 18 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: D.D. Palmer, B.J. Palmer, Dossa Evans. Printed by the PSC Printing Plant.

This 1934 first edition applies chiropractic to the specific causes and cures of disease. Contents include definitions and material on chiropractic neurology, spinography, neurocalometry, atlas-axis subluxations, vertebral torque, and specific vertebral adjusting. This text, based on HIO adjusting, represents a major departure from the full-spine Meric System that B.J. Palmer had previously used.

Volume 19
The Known Man or an Explanation of "The Phenomena of Life

Different editions/printings: 1936.

Volume 19: 1st Edition

The Known Man or an Explanation of "The Phenomena of Life". 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1936. illus.; tables; xxiv, 341 [342] pp. Volume 19 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. iv-vii.

This 1936 first edition, based on the B.J. Palmer Clinic studies, includes chiropractic research with eliminated variables using spinography and NCM tests in order to prove the effectiveness of chiropractic.

Volume 20
Precise, Posture-Constant, Spinograph, Comparative Graphs

Different editions/printings: 1938.

Volume 20: 1st Edition

Precise, Posture-Constant, Spinograph, Comparative Graphs; An Exposition of Innate Natural Adaptation Following HIO Adjustment Proving Measurement Correction of Vertebral Subluxations, Corrections of Abnormal-Normal Adaptive Curves, As Well As Curvatures. 1st ed. B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1938. illus.; photos; 207 pp. Spiral bound. Yellow paper binding. Volume 20 on cover. No Table of Contents. No index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer, D.D. Palmer. Printed by Palmer School of Chiropractic Press.

This 1938 first edition is a compilation of 100 chiropractic cases and analyses designed to show it is possible to measure subluxation distance and adjustment correction of malpositioned vertebrae.

Volume 21
Modern X-Ray Practice and Chiropractic Spinography

Different editions/printings: 1938, 1947 and 1957.

Volume 21: 1st Edition

Modern X-Ray Practice and Chiropractic Spinography. 1st ed. Percy A. Remier. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1938. illus.; photos; 473 [474] pp. Volume 21 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 10-14. Frontpiece: Percy A. Remier. Printed by the P.S.C. Press.

This 1938 first edition organizes the stereoscopic techniques and procedures in chiropractic spinography used in the x-ray lab. Included are terms and material on X-ray physics, equipment, film properties, darkrooms, protection positioning and techniques.

Volume 21: 2nd Edition

Modern X-Ray Practice and Chiropractic Spinography. 2nd ed. Percy A. Remier. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1947.illus.; photos; 479 pp. Volume 21 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 10-14. Frontpiece: Percy A. Remier. Printed by the P.S.C. Press.

This is a 1947 revision of the 1938 first edition with minor changes and additional information.

Volume 21: 3rd Edition

Modern X-Ray Practice and Chiropractic Spinography. 3rd ed. Percy A. Remier. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1957. illus.; photos; 422 pp. Volume 21 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 416-419. Red Binding Frontpiece: Percy A. Remier. Printed by P.S.C. Press.

This is a 1957 revision of the 1947 second edition with changes throughout. Contains new information on full-spine X-rays and the adverse effects and limitations of radiation.

Volume 22
The Bigness of the Fellow Within

Different editions/printings: 1949 and 1978.

Volume 22: 1st Edition

The Bigness of the Fellow Within. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1949. illus.; photos; xliii, 943 pp. Volume 22 on spine. Table of Contents pp. xxxiii-xliii. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1949 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures of B.J. Palmer applying chiropractic philosophy and Innate to life, sickness and health. Included are accounts of B.J. Palmer's life, the history and development of chiropractic, information on education, inner power, Little Bit O' Heaven, the circus and photographs of B.J. Palmer's home.

The Bigness of the Fellow Within. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Spartanburg, S.C.: Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, 1978. illus.; photos; xliii, 943 pp. Volume 22 on spine. Table of Contents pp. xxxiii-xliii. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.

This is a 1978 reprint of the original 1949 text.

Volume 23
Up from Below the Bottom

Different editions/printings: 1950 and 1979.

Volume 23: 1st Edition

Up from Below the Bottom. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1950. illus.; photos; vii, 865 pp. Volume 23 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 861-865. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1950 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures by B.J. Palmer expressing his philosophy of life, health, disease, religion Innate, chiropractic, subluxation, adjusting and medicine.

Up from Below the Bottom. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Spartanburg, SC.: Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, 1979. illus.; photos; vii, 856 pp. Volume 23 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 861-865. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.

This is a 1979 reprint of the 1950 first edition.

Volume 24
Fight to Climb

Different editions/printings: 1950.

Volume 24: 1st Edition

Fight to Climb. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1950.illus.; photos; vii, 715 pp. Volume 24 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 711-715. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1950 text consists of chiropractic addresses, essays, and lectures by B.J. Palmer. Included is information on D.D. Palmer, the Truscott System, adaptative spinal curves disease, malpractice, subluxations and religion.

Volume 25
Chiropractic Clinical Controlled Research

Different editions/printings: 1951.

Volume 25: 1st Edition

Chiropractic Clinical Controlled Research. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1951. illus.; photos: graphs: vii, 744 pp. Volume 25 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 741-744. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1951 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures dealing with the need for chiropractic research. Included is information on the nervous system, neurocalometry, spinography, electroencephaloneuromentimpograph, torqued subluxation and torqued adjustment.

Volume 26
Conflicts Clarify

Different editions/printings: 1951.

Volume 26: 1st Edition

Conflicts Clarify. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1951. illus.; photos; vii, 747 pp. Volume 26 on spine. Table of Contents pp.745-747. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1951 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures dealing with chiropractic philosophy and chiropractic approach to sickness. Included is information on abnormalities, tuberculosis, kidney disease, Innate, and the politics of chiropractic and medicine.

Volume 27
History Repeats

Different editions/printings: 1951.

Volume 27: 1st Edition

History Repeats. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1951. illus.; photos; vii. 778 pp. Volume 27 on spine. Table of Contents pp775-778. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1951 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures dealing with different aspects of chiropractic philosophy and history, with information on disease, subluxation, NCM, spinographs and majors and minors.

Volume 28
Answers

Different editions/printings: 1952.

Volume 28: 1st Edition

Answers. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1952 illus.; photos; 840 pp. Volume 28 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond, IN by W.B. Conkey Company.

This 1952 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures dealing with the philosophy and history of chiropractic, with information on spinographic analysis, Innate and Clearview Sanitarium.

Volume 29
Upside Down and Right Side Up With B.J.; Including The Greatest Mystery of History

Different editions/printings: 1953.

Volume 29: 1st Edition

Upside Down and Right Side Up With B.J.; Including The Greatest Mystery of History. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer Davenport, IA: the author, 1953. illus.; photos: xii, 1036 pp. Volume 29 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 1035-1036. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hammond. IN by W.B. Conkey Division, Rand McNally and Co.

This 1953 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures depicting chiropractic history and the world travels of B.J. Palmer with numerous photographs of his travels.

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