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Acknowledgments and References

The collections of Dr William Thomas Corlett (1854–1948)

This research was carried out by Paula Summerly, PhD. during an internship undertaken at the Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum (Summer 2007) and generously funded by the Cleveland Medical Library Association and the Friends of the Dittrick Museum. I would like to thank James Edmonson PhD, Jennifer Nieves, Laura Travis, Professor Thomas Schnalke, Gérard Tilles MD, and Daniel Wallach MD, for their help in the preparation of this article.

  1. Corlett WT. An unusual case of psoriasis. J Cutan 1884; II: 192–195.
  2. Corlett WT. (1901) A Treatize on the Acute, Infectious Exanthemata including Variola, Rubeola, Scarlatina, Rubella, Varicella, and Vaccinia, with Especial Reference to Diagnosis and Treatment (Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co.), p. iii.
  3. Corlett WT. (1920) Early Reminiscences 1860–1904 (Cleveland: Lakeside Press), pp. 79–80.
  4. Schnalke T. (1995) Diseases in Wax, the History of the Medical Moulage (Berlin: Quintessence), pp. 85–89.
  5. Corlett WT. Early Reminiscences, p. 365.
  6. Chatelain E. (1896) Précis Iconographique des Maladies de la Peau (Paris: A Maloine).
  7. Corlett WT. (1901) A Treatize, p. iii.
  8. Corlett WT. A report of eight cases of syphilis treated with published a report on eight cases of syphilis treated with Ehrlich’s arseno-benzol “606”. Cleveland Med J 1910; XI: 950–962. With such little contextual information however, I have been unable to link the photographs of this particular case(s) to those referred to in Corlett’s article.
  9. Corlett WT. A report of eight cases of syphilis treated with published a report on eight cases of syphilis treated with Ehrlich’s arseno-benzol “606”. Cleveland Med J, 1910; XI: 951.
  10. Corlett WT. Miscellaneous medical papers and addresses by William Thomas Corlett 1882–1937. (1882–1937) bound volume, Explanatory Note, typescript dated 19th November, 1937.
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