The History of Inoculation and Vaccination for the Prevention and Treatment of Disease
- Circa 1913
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This book on the history of vaccination is associated with the American Medical Association's 1913 Annual Meeting, which took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Includes a forward by Henry S. Wellcome announcing the opening of the Historical Medical Museum in London. Followed by a section titled "The 'Wellcome' Materia Medica Farm: A Modern Physic Garden" from pages 121-127. Includes a section on historical medical equipment titled "Medical Equipments from Pole to Pole" from pages 128-158. Followed by a supply catalog section for testing kits and first-aid cases from pages 159-186. Includes a pharmaceutical products section from pages 187-290. One page of the memoranda section includes handwritten notes. The end pages include advertisements for medical products, awards given by the Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories at international exhibitions, drawings of the Wellcome research laboratories located in London, England as well as their office in New York City, New York.
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American Medical Association. “The History of Inoculation and Vaccination for the Prevention and Treatment of Disease.” London, England: Burroughs Wellcome and Company, circa 1913. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/8tlkzam.
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