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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Advertisement for M.K. Paine’s “Balm of Gilead and Cedar Plaster”

Identifier: HC.MC-801-11-30

An advertisement for M.K. Paine's "Balm of Gilead and Cedar Plaster"

Dates: 1868

Antidotarium, 1375 - 1399

Identifier: MS 14

This is a manuscript of Nicholas of Salerno's Antidotarium, a twelfth century book of medicinal recipes, dating from the last quarter of the fourteenth century, most likely from England. Likely provenance includes the Hale family of Alderley, based on the bookplate on fol. 33v. It appears to be in its original parchment binding.

Dates: 1375 - 1399

Canon medicinae, liber V, 1380

Identifier: MS 4

This is a Spanish manuscript from circa 1380, which contains Avicenna's Canon medicinae, liber V, translated by Gherardo da Sabbioneta.

Dates: 1380

Friends Medical Society and Reproductive Rights

Identifier: HC.MC-950-293

This collection contains various materials on the Friends Medical Society as they relate to reproductive rights and abortion rights between 1967 and 2017. It also contains corresponding letters, journal excerpts, and newspaper clippings relating to general reproductive rights and abortion rights by Quakers and non-Quakers.

Dates: 1967 - 2017

Thomas Hamm Collection of Letters

Identifier: HC.MC-950-278
Overview This collection consists of five letters, donated by Thomas Hamm, written by Quakers around the East Coast of the United States: a majority of who are from Pennsylvania. The first letter is addressed to Susannah B. Habers of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1807 and is from a child of Habers. The second letter, from James to Thomas Kimber in 1820, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, updates Kimbers about James's infant. In the third letter, Alfred Cope, owner of a prominent Philadelphia shipping...
Dates: 1807-08-15 - 1879-07-20

Hartshorne Family papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1030
Overview Papers include correspondence of thirty-two members and relatives of the Hartshorne family. -Of special interest are the medical notes, articles, and correspondence, 1819-1845, of Joseph Hartshorne, M.D. These are noteworthy because of his many innovation in surgery, such as the use of animal ligatures, plus his detailed descriptions of treatments for various ailments. -The correspondence of Anna C. Hartshorne covering her missionary work in Japan -Henry Hartshorne's "Letters from Japan,"...
Dates: 1797-1957

Medical and cooking recipes, 1600 - 1699

Identifier: MS 19

ff. 1r-4v Table of contents for pages 1-161; ff. 5r-119v mdical rcipes; ff. 125v-173v recipes in varying hands; f. 174 r-v continuation of the table of contents for the remainder of article 2 from pages 162-199.

Dates: 1600 - 1699

Smith Family papers

Identifier: HC.MC-1149

The papers of two 19th century Smith family members, Seth Smith and Edward Smith, the former a teacher and astronomer, the latter a medical doctor. Seth Smith was likely a Quaker.

Dates: 1821-1893