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The Green Books Volume 32-Unnumbered Volumes

The Green Books Volume 32 - Unnumbered Volumes

Volume 32
Chiropractic Philosophy Science and Art

Different editions/printings: 1955.

Volume 32

Chiropractic Philosophy. Science, and Art: What It Does, How It Does It, and Why It Does It. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1955. illus.: photos: 260 pp. Volume 32 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 257-260. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed by PSC Press.

This 1955 text is a collection of addresses, essays, and lectures explaining the what's, how's and why's of chiropractic. This is designed to give the lay people an understanding of Innate intelligence and chiropractic.

Volume 33
Fame and Fortune

Different editions/printings: 1955.

Volume 33

Fame and Fortune and The Know-How and Show-How To Attain It. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic. 1955. illus.; photos; 130 pp. Volume 33 on spine. Table of Contents pp. [129}130. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed by PSC Press.

This 1955 text is a collection of addresses, essays and lectures dealing with the application of chiropractic philosophy and Innate to a successful life and greater intellectual power.

Volume 34
Evolution or Revolution

Different editions/printings: 1957.

Volume 34: 1st Edition

Evolution or Revolution. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1957. illus.; photos; 126 pp. Volume 34 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. PSC Sales Dept. illus. pp.123-126. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Extracts from "The Evolution of Chiropractic" by A. Aug Dye, "Your Health and Chiropractic" by Thorpe MacCluskey, and "The Rise of Chiropractic" by Chittenden Turner. Printed by PSC Press.

This 1957 text deals with the philosophy, history, and evolution of chiropractic, with information on old and new principles of chiropractic and Innate.

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Volume 34 - Chiropractic Orthopedy

Different editions/printings: 1956.

Volume 34: 1st Edition

Chiropractic Orthopedy. 1st ed. Donald Otis Pharaoh. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1956. illus.; photos; xvi, 311 pp. Volume 34 on spine. Table of Contents pp. ix-xvi. No Index. Red Cover Frontpiece: Donald O. Pharaoh.

This 1956 text gives a basic understanding of the spinal column and its relationship to health and disease. Included is information on development and anatomy of the spinal column, spinal cord, muscles, joints, ligaments, curves, dynamics, abnormalities, disease and nerve interference.

 

 
Volume 35
History in the Making

Different editions/printings: 1957 edition.

Volume 35: 1st Edition

History in the Making. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1957. illus.; photos; 72 pp. Volume 35 on cover No Table of Contents. No Index. Palmer Sales Dept. illus. pp. 71-72. Red paper cover. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed by PSC Press.

This 1957 first edition deals with the science of chiropractic and includes information on palpation, nerve tracing, the Meric System, majors and minors, circulation, spinographs, the NCM, specific research and statistics.

Volume 36
Palmer's Law of Life

Different printings/editions: 1958.

Volume 36

Palmer's Law of Life. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1958. illus.; photos; 150 pp. Volume 36 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. PSC Sales Dept. illus. pp. 147-150. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed by PSC Press.

This 1958 text is a collection of addresses, essays and lectures dealing with Innate intelligence and chiropractic philosophy, and their application to life and health.

Volume 37
Healing Hands

Different editions/printings:1959, 1977.

Volume 37: 1st Edition

The Glory of Going On. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1961. illus.; photos; 255 pp. Volume 37 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 254-255. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.

This 1961 text deals with the history of B.J. Palmer and chiropractic. Included is information on Innate and spinal subluxation as related to life and health.

Volume 37: 1st Edition

Healing Hands: The Story of The Palmer Family, Discoverers and Developers of Chiropractic. 1st ed. Joseph Edward Maynard. Freeport, Long Island, NY: Jonorm Publishing Company, 1959. illus.; photos: xii, 365 pp. Volume 37 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer. Printed in New York by American Book Stratford Press, Inc.

This 1959 text conveys the knowledge of the value of chiropractic and gives understanding of the role chiropractic plays in healing the sick. Included is information on the history of chiropractic and the Palmer family, chiropractic philosophy and science, Innate intelligence, the nervous system, body functions and cause of disease.

Volume 37: 2nd Edition

Healing Hands: The Story of The Palmer Family, Discoverers and Developers of Chiropractic. 2nd ed. Joseph Edward Maynard. Mobile, AL: Jonorm Publishers. 1977. illus.; photos; xx, 407. No Volume number on spine. Table of Contents pp. vii-ix. No Index. Brown cover. "Special limited autographed ed."

This is a 1977 revision of the 1959 text with additional information on the Palmer Printing Plant, WHO and WOC Communications, and additional photographs.

Volume 38
The Great Divide

Different editions/printings: 1961.

Volume 38: 1st Edition

The Great Divide. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1966. illus.; photos; 163 pp. Volume 38 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer. Printed in Hamilton, IL by Hamilton Press, Inc.

This 1966 text, published posthumously, conveys B.J. Palmer's philosophy of chiropractic and Innate, and includes information on research, fundamental principles of chiropractic philosophy, Innate control and questions and answers.

Volume 39
Our Masterpiece

Different editions/printings: 1966.

Volume 39: 1st Edition

Our Masterpiece. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1966. illus.; photos: ix, 156 pp. Volume 39 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.

This 1966 text, published posthumously, deals with the scientific application of chiropractic principles and practice. Included is information on philosophy, subluxation, research, X-rays, adjusting and the NCM.

Unnumbered Volumes
Correlative Chiropractic Hygiene

Different editions/printings: 1946.

Correlative Hygiene

Correlative Chiropractic Hygiene. Donald Otis Pharaoh. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1946. xii, 223 pp. No volume number. Table of Contents pp. vii-xii No Index. Glossary pp. 193-223.

This 1946 text gives a chiropractic concept of hygiene and includes information on personal, sexual, and social hygiene; pregnancy, bacteria, immunity, sterilization, parasites, viruses, lighting, air, heating, food, milk, water, sewage, industry, public health, demography and death.

Textbook of the science, art, and philosophy of Chiropractic for Students

Textbook of the Science, Art, and Philosophy of Chiropractic For Students and Practitioners. Daniel David Palmer. Portland, OR: Portland Printing House Company, 1910. illus.; 1007 pp. No volume number. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 986-1007. "The Chiropractor's Adjuster" on spine.

This 1910 text deals with the facts and principles on which chiropractic was founded. Included is information on chiropractic philosophy, development, analysis, adjustment, nerve force, temperature changes, neuropathy, vaccination, organs and disease, Innate and osteopathy.

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