||Portrait of the colonial physician.--John Redman, medical preceptor (1722-1808).--Philadelphia medical students in Europe, 1750-1800.--Thomas Parke, physician and friend.--James Hutchinson (1752-1793): physician in politics.--Benjamin Franklin and the practice of medicine.--James Smith and public encouragement of vaccination.--Lives in medicine: Thacher, Williams, and Gross.--Joseph M. Toner (1825-1896) as a medical historian.--John Morgan: adventures of a biographer.--Adam Cunningham's Atlantic crossing, 1728.--William Shippen's introductory lecture, 1762.--Body-snatching in Philadelphia.--An eighteenth century American medical manuscript.--Dr. James Rush on his teachers.
|General note||"Limited commemorative edition ... issued upon the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary Meeting of the American Association for the HIstory of Medicine. Philadelphia, April 30, 1975."--P.[i].|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|
||Laupus- Todd Savitt collection
||Laupus- Robert W. Cihak History of Medicine Collection