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A Selected Bibliography of Medical History in Ohio

The Ohio Academy of Medical History and the Dittrick Medical History Center collaborated several years ago to produce a Bibliography of Ohio’s medical history.  This Bibliography includes publications through 1996, plus a selection of post-1996 articles and books.  Additions are welcome.  Please send complete citations to James Edmonson.

GENERAL

Anon. “Ohio in San Francisco.” Ohio Public Health 11 (July 1947): 10-11.

Buley, R. C. “Pioneer health and medical practice in the Old Northwest prior to 1840.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 20 (1934): 497-520.

Bunts, A. T. “Leaves from an Ohio doctor’s scrapbook.” Bulletin [of the] Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 13 (1955): 134-41.

Corlett, William Thomas. “Blazing the trail.” Ohio State Medical Journal 34 (1938): 185-87.

Corlett, William Thomas. “Medical practice in the seventies.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 24 (1939): 11-12.

Corlett, William Thomas. “Medicine in Ohio before the advent of the white man.” Ohio State Medical Journal 32 (1936): 45-47.

Davis, Paul A. “Dedication of plaque memorializing the physicians in the Indian Wars.” Ohio State Medical Journal 49 (1953): 900-901; (1954): 49.

Dodds, Gilbert F. “Medical men of the Ohio Indian Wars, 1790-1796.” Ohio State Medical Journal 48 (1952): 1133-34.

Edwards, Linden F. “A chronological reviw of Ohio’s enviable medical record. Part I – The first seventy-five years.” Part 2 – “The second seventy-five years.” Ohio State Medical Journal 51 (1955): 453-56; 52 (1956): 1196-98, 1316-19.

Endres, Kathleen L. “‘Strictly Confidential': Birth control advertising in a 19th century city. Journalism Quarterly 63 (1986): 748-51.

Forman, Jonathan. “Doctors and the Indian Wars.” Ohio State Medical Journal 48 (1952): 49-51, 139-42.

Forman, Jonathan. “Indian medicine in central Ohio.” Landmarks 1 Franklin County Historical Society (1960): 16-19.

Forman, Jonathan. “Medical journalism in Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 49 (1953): 710-12, 815-18.

Forman, Jonathan. “The medical journals of the period, 1835-1858.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 361-66.

Forman, Jonathan. “The medical journals of pioneer days.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 219-23.

Forman, Jonathan. “Pathology in Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 47 (1951): 847-50.

Goldman, Leon. “Contribution of the Ohio physicians to the Mexican War. Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1952): 259-62.

Goldman, Leon. “Development of dermatology in Ohio,” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 989-91, 1086-88.

Heider, Francis J. “Physicians’ role in the development of Withamsville, Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1950): 361-2.

Jordan, P. D. “An Ohio surgeon in Paris, 1830-32.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1941): 268-75.

Mahr, August C. “Health conditions in the Moravian Indian Mission of Schoenbrunn.” Ohio Journal of Science 50 (1954): 121-31.

McNamara, A. B. “Medicine in Ohio in the mid-nineteenth century.” Ohio State Medical Journal 66 (1971): 298 passim, 406 passim

Paterson, Robert G. “Governor Cos and public health in Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 44 (1958): 170-71, 318-19.

Paterson, Robert G. “Pioneer physicians and their participation in the establishment of social institutions in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 224-30.

Pickard, Madge E. and Buley, R. Carlyle. The midwest pioneer, his ills, cures, and doctors. Crawfordsville, Indiana: R. E. Banta, 1945.

Shira, Donald D. “Contributions of Ohio physicians to the inventions of the period, 1835-1858.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 315-21.

Tyler, James J. “The part that the pioneer physicians played in the community as exemplified in the church and lodge.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 231-42.

Waite, Frederick C. “Ohio physicians in the nineteenth century, a statistical study.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 791-93, 893-95.

Yax, M. “The history of medicine collections at Fordham Health Sciences Library: past, present and future.” Dayton Medicine 1994 Aug; 50(4):102-103.

 

GENERAL BY COUNTY OR REGION

Also check under specific subjects such as “NURSING,” “PHARMACY,” AND “MEDICAL EDUCATION”

Allen County

English, Donald W. Behind the gause curtain: a medical history of Allen County, Ohio, and the neighboring countryside, 1832-1982. Chicago: Adams Press, ca. 1984.

Athens County

Cordingley, Gary E.  Stories of Medicine in Athens County, Ohio (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 2006).

Belmont County

Paterson, Robert G. “The Belmont Medical Society, 1847-1860: an early county medical society in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 52 (1943): 310-23.

Central Ohio

Forman, Jonathan. “Indian medicine in central Ohio.” Landmarks 1 Franklin County Historical Society (1960): 16-19.

Clark County

Parsons, Delbert Joseph. History of the Medical Society of Clark Co., Ohio, 1815-1955. Privately printed, 1955.

Cuyahoga County and Cleveland (see also Western Reserve)

Misc. articles on medicine and allied sciences. The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, ed. by David D. Van Tassel and John J. Grabowski. Bloomington: Indiana University Press in association with Case Western Reserve University and the Western Reserve Historical Society, 1996.

Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital. Celebrating 100 Years of Caring Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital [Cleveland, 1987}

“Rainbow’s Last Summer,” Archway 23, a publication of University Hospitals of Cleveland, ,July 1971.

Brown, Kent L., ed. Medicine in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County: 1810-1976.Cleveland: Academy of Medicine of Cleveland, 1977.

Bunts, A. T. and George W. Crile, Jr., comps. To act as a unit: the story of the the Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 1971. [2d ed., 1985, ed. by Shattuck W. Hartwell, Jr.], Philadelphia: Saunders, 1985.

Caldwell, H. Van, Clyde L. Cummer, and George L. Sackett. History of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland, 1902-1952. Cleveland: Academy of Medicine of Cleveland, 1952.

Case-Reserve Students’ Hospital Committee A comic history of Cleveland 1796-1901 Cleveland, n.d.

Corlett, William Thomas. “The development of medicine and the medical men of Cleveland during the nineteenth century.” Medical Miscellany, Mainly Historical, [1932], pp. 77-97.

Corlett, William Thomas. “The first century of medicine in northern Ohio.” Medical Miscellany, Mainly Historical, [1932], pp. 45-63.

Cummer, Clyde L. “Medical societies in Cleveland from 1890-1945.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 47 (1948): 344-77.

Cummer, Clyde L. “Reminiscences of the formation of the Cleveland Medical Library Association.” Ohio State Medical Journal 33 (1937): 1019-22.

Dittrick, Howard. “A Cleveland medical centenary.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 24 (1939): 7-9.

Dittrick, Howard. “Some important contributions made to medicine by Clevelanders.” Ohio State Medical Journal 44 (1948): 1128-32.

Dittrick, Howard. “The first fifty years of Cleveland medicine.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 31 (July 1946): 5-8.

Dittrick, Howard. “The origin of the Cleveland Clinic.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 331-48.

Donnelly, E. K. The Cleveland Visiting Nurse Association, 1902-1912: steps toward autonomy and professionalism Ph.D. thesis, Case Western Reserve University, 1985.

Edmonson, James M. “Dr. Dittrick’s museum.” Caduceus 6 (1990): 1-25

Foshay, P. Maxwell “The new era in medicine; what it means to Cleveland.” Journal of the American Medical Association 38 (1902): 625-631.

Gamble, Vanessa Northington Making a Place for Ourselves. The Black Hospital Movement 1920-1945, Chapter 6 – “Cleveland-A Black Hospital at Last.” New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995

Gebhard, Bruno. “From Cincinnati’s Western Museum to Cleveland’s Health Museum.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 59, (1950):371-84.

Gebhard, Bruno. “From the Dresden Hygiene Museum to the Cleveland Health Museum.” Ohio State Medical Journal 64 (1968): 1004-08, contd.

Gerstner, Patsy. The Medical Institutions of Cleveland: 1813-1910, Dittrick Medical History Center, 2002

Gerstner, Patsy. “Evolution of a dream: The Dittrick Museum today.” Caduceus 6 (1990): 64-71.

Gerstner, Patsy. Looking for a Healthy Cleveland 1810-1960. Western Reserve Historical Society Publication Number 186, 1998.

Gottlieb, Mark. The lives of University Hospitals of Cleveland: the 125-year evolution of an academic medical center. Cleveland: Wilson Street Press, c.1991.

Handerson, Henry. “Medical Cleveland in the nineteenth century.” Cleveland Medical Journal 8 (1909): 59-72, 146-60, 208-18.

Handerson, Henry E. “Medical Cleveland.” in Samuel P. Orth, A History of Cleveland, Ohio. Chicago, Cleveland: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1910. pp. 176-216.

Hartwell, Shattuck W., Jr. “From horse and buggy practice to world-renowned medical center. History of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.” Postgraduate Medicine 75 (May, 1984): 14-6, 21-6.

Hlavin, Mary Louise and Robert A. Ratcheson. “Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals of Cleveland; a neurosurgical chronicle.” Journal of Neurosurgery 83 (1995): 750-55.

Kimmel, Benjamin B., M.D. “A Historical Sketch of Huron Road Hospital.” Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy (1949): 3-8.

Kucherenko, Eugenia “Babies and Childrens Hospital Part 1: The Early Years” Past Perfect. A publication of the Hospital Archives of University Hospitals of Cleveland 1 (1986):n.p.

Meyer, Jimmy Elaine Wilkinson,  Any Friend of the Movement. Networking for Birth Control, 1920-1940 (Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2004)

Morton, Marian J. And sin no more: social policy and unwed mothers in Cleveland, 1855-1990. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1993.

Piercy, H.D. History of the Lakeside Unit of World War I. Reprinted from the Ohio State Medical Journal. Columbus, 1962.

Robertson, Josephine St. Luke’s Hospital, 1894-1980. Cleveland: St. Luke’s Hospital, c. 1981.

Stark, William C. “The United States General Hospital at Cleveland, Ohio, 1862-1865.” Lincoln Herald 85 (1983): 122-32.

Twining, David Charles. The politics of health care reform: health planning for the poor in Cleveland, 1960-1982. Ph.D. thesis, Case Western Reserve University, 1988.

Wedler, C. R. “St. Clair Hospital” [Cleveland] Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 17 (1933):12.

For articles about the Dittrick Medical History Center, click here.

Delaware County

Cherington, M.S. “A short history of medicine and the physicians of Delaware County, Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 55 (1959): 1080, 1082, 1208, 1210, 1212, 1368-69.

Fowler, Silas W. History of medicne and biographical sketches of the physicians of Delaware Country, Ohio 1804-1910. [Delaware, Ohio]: The Author, 1910.
Franclin County and Columbus

Wooley, Charles F. and Barbara A. Van Brimmer: The Second Blessing: Columbus Medicine and Health. The Early Years (Egremont, MA: Science International Corp., 2006)

Gallia County

Lupton, Ella. “History of medicine in Gallia County, Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal, 45 (1950): 143-48.

The Great Lakes

Osborn, Stellanova. “Great Lakes pioneers in medicine.” Northwest Ohio Quarterly 19 (1947): 23-6.

Greene County

Physicians of Greene County Ohio, 1803-1988. Xenia, Ohio: Centennial Committee, Greene County MedicalSociety, 1988.

Sanford, J.” Medicines of the past.” Dayton Medicine 2000 Apr; 56(2): 15. Brief article on the pocket medical case belonging to Dr. Samuel Martin (1797-1879), Greene Co. physician.

Hamilton County and Cincinnati

King, Arthur G. History of medical specialties in Cincinnati: commemorating the 140th anniversary of The Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio: Medical Foundation of Cincinnati, 1997.

McGrane, Reginald C. The Cincinnati doctors’ forum. Cincinnati: Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, 1957.

Holmes County

Egger, Donald C., ed. Holmes County Medical Doctors. Holmes County Historical Society, 1959.

Lorain County

Lorain County District Health Department. Twenty-fifth Anniversary 1945. Oberlin, 1945.

Zealley, C. Ruth. Medicine in Lorain County’s first century. Elyria: Lorain County Medical Society, 1960.

Lucas County and Toledo

Brown, Nathan Worth. “The practice of medicine in Toledo at the beginning of the twentieth century.” Northwest Ohio Quarterly 23 (1950-51): 145-51.

Peterson, Arthur and Dorothy Stafford. Magnificent century: an outline of the history of the first hundred years of organized medicine in Toledo and Lucas County, Ohio 1851-1951. Privately published [1951]

Mahoning County, Mahoning Valley, Youngstown

Melnick, Charles. A history of medicine in Youngstown and Mahoning Valley, Ohio. Youngstown, 1973.

Miami Valley

Balawajder, C., Sanford, J. “Miami Valley holds rich medical history.” Dayton Medicine 1997 Dec; 53(6): 137-138. Highlights collections from several prominent local physicians within the Special Collections and Archives, Fordham Health Sciences Library, Wright State University.

Montgomery County and Dayton

Balawajder, C.M., Sanford, J. “A bird’s eye view of Dayton at an early date.” Dayton Medicine 1997 Oct; 53(5): 120-121. Article discusses the career of Dr. John Hole (1755-1813), Montgomery County’s first physician.

Balawajder, C.M., Sanford, J.” Developing Dayton’s public health system.” Dayton Medicine 1998 Feb; 54(1): 21-22.

Balawajder, C.M., Sanford, J. “The National Soldier’s Home in Dayton, Ohio.” Dayton Medicine 1997 Aug; 53(4): 96-97. Article on the facility which opened in 1867 to care for disabled Union soldiers from the Civil War.

Buck, D.A.” A history of internal medicine in Dayton, Ohio.” Dayton Medicine 1999 Dec; 55(6): 134-137. Focuses primarily on internal medicine associated with Miami Valley Hospital.

Gebhart, C.E. A history of medicine in Miamisburg, Ohio. [Ohio]: C.E. Gebhart, 1992.

Ginn, Curtiss. “History of the Montgomery County Medical Society, 1849-1949.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 951-54, 1051-54.

Houser, Howard R. Wilderness doctor: the life and times of Dr. John Hole. [Centerville, OH]: Centerville Historical Society, 1980.

Sanford, J. “The Dayton State Hospital.” Dayton Medicine 2000 Feb; 56(1): 15. Brief article on the hospital which opened in 1855 as the Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum.

Sanford, J.” The Gray Ladies of World War I and World War II.” Dayton Medicine 1999 Oct-Nov; 55(5): 113. Brief notice on some of the activities of the Dayton Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, organized in 1917.

Simon, S. William. “The medical history of the Veterans Administration Center, Dayton, Ohio, 1868-1900.” Bulletin of the History of Mediicne 25 (1951): 539-53.

Morgan County

“Ground rules for doctors of Morgan County in 1848.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 462-64.

Muskingum County

Brush, Edmund Cone. “The pioneer doctors of the Muskingum Valley.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 3 (1890): 241-59

Cerney, Charles I. The chronicles of medicine in Muskingum County Ohio. 1800-2000. In preparation. To be available on CDRom.

“Northern Ohio

Waite, Frederick C. “The equipment of a country doctor of northern Ohio in 1822.” Ohio State Medical Journal 32 (1936):

Northwest Ohio

Forman, Jonathan. “Historical notes on the Northwestern Ohio Medical Association.” Ohio State Medical Journal 41 (1945): 249-50.

Stark County

Heald, E. T. “History of the Stark County Medical Society in the 19th century.” Bulletin [of the] Stark County Medical Society. Annual issue (1955): 1-25.

Summit County

McCormick, Alexander Sterns. The history of medicine in Summit County, Ohio. Cynthiana, Ky., Hobson Book Press, 1946.

The Western Reserve

Allen, Dudley P. “Pioneer medicine on the Western Reserve” Magazine of Western History 3 (1885-6): 50-54, 166-73, 278-87, 652-57; 4 (1886):190-99, 444-52, 792-97; 5 (1886-7): 71-78.

Beck, Claude S. “The Western Reserve and its medical tradition.” Bulletin of the [Cleveland] Academy of Medicine 26 (1941): 16-17, 30.

Corlett, William Thomas. “Medical pioneers of the Western Reserve.” Medical Miscellany, Mainly Historical, [1932], pp. 15-31.

Cushing, Harvey Williams. The Western Reserve and its medical traditions. An address at the dedication of the new medical building of Western Reserve University, October 9, 1924. Cleveland, 1924.

Lupold, Harry Forrest. “Frontier medicine.” Western Reserve Magazine 2 (1975): 24-27.

Wheeler, Robert A. “Medicine in the Western Reserve.” Western Reserve Magazine 6 (1979): 31-38.

ANESTHESIOLOGY

Dittrick, Howard. “The introduction of anesthesia into Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 50 (1941): 338-350.

McCarthy, Kenneth C. “The progress of anesthesiology in Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 45 (1949): 585-88.

BIOGRAPHY

See also under GENERAL and GENERAL BY COUNTY AND REGION

[Mixed]

Cherington, M.S. “A short history of medicine and the physicians of Delaware County, Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 55 (1959): 1080, 1082, 1208, 1210, 1212, 1368-69.

Committe on Medical History and Archives, Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. “The pioneer physicians of Ohio: their lives and their contributions to the development of the state, 1788-1835.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 181-256.

Dittrick, Howard. Pioneer Medicine in the Western Reserve. Cleveland: Academy of Medicine of Cleveland, 1932. [biographies originally appeared in the Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland]

Egger, Donald C., ed. Holmes County Medical Doctors. Holmes County Historical Society, 1959.

Fowler, Silas W. History of medicne and biographical sketches of the physicians of Delaware Country, Ohio 1804-1910. [Delaware, Ohio]: The Author, 1910.

Garlick, Theodatus. “Sketches of the medical men of Youngstown [Ohio] and the Western Reserve.” in Wiggins and McKillop, ed. and pub. Youngstown, past and present, 1875.

Green, P.F., “Levi Rogers: Frontier Doctor, Pastor and Statesman,” parts 1,2,3, Ohio Medical Journal 62(1966):118-121, 212-214, 288-291.

Greene County Medical Society Centennial Committee. Physicians of Greene County, Ohio, 1803-1988. Xenia: The Society, 1988.

Reed, Elizabeth. “First physician settled in Mansfield, Ohio, in 1815.” Ohio State Medical Journal 54 (1958): 1430-31.

Striker, Cecil. Medical portraits. Cincinnati: Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, 1963

Horace A. Ackley

Dittrick, Howard. “Horace A. Ackley, Cleveland’s first surgeon.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 15 (April, 1931): 11-12, 25-26.

Feil, Harold. “Horace Ackley — founding father, diagnostician, surgeon, leader.” Western Reserve University School of Medicine Alumni Bulletin (Second Quarter, 1965): 12-19.

Dudley Peter Allen

Hudson, Charles L. The Life and Times of Dudley Peter Allen. Cleveland: the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1992.

Richard Allison

Anon. “Memorial to Richard Allison, M.D.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 690. Hall, Virginius C. “Richard Allison, Surgeon to the Legion.” Bulletin [of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio] 9 (1950): 283-98.

George M. Austin

Hale, Kelley and R. S. Bassler. “Dr. George M. Austin, a super intellect in science as well as medicine.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 253-54.

James Fairchild Baldwin

Curtis, George M. “James Fairchild Baldwin, M. D., 1850-1936.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 374-78.

James E. Bauman

Paterson, Robert G. “James E. Bauman’s service to the state of Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 249-52, 341-44.

John Milton Bigelow

Waller, A. E. “Dr. John Milton Bigelow, 1804-78, an early Ohio physician-botanist.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942): 313-331.

Hamilton Fiske Biggar

Hertzog, Lucy S. “Dr. Lester E. Siemon, of Cleveland, 1867-43; Dr. Thomas A. McCann, of Dayton, 1858-1943; Dr. Hamilton Fiske Biggar [of Cleveland], 1839-1926. Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 464.

Elizabeth Cambell

Hollingshead, Frances. “Ohio women in medicine –a biographical note: Elizabeth Campbell.” Ohio State Medical Journal 41 (1945): 829-31.

George Washington Crile

Crile, George Washington. George Crile, an autobiography, ed. with sidelights, by Grace Crile. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1947, 2 vols.

Hermann, Robert E. “George Washington Crile (1864-1943).” Journal of Medical Biography 2 (1994): 78-83

Pomeroy, L.A. “A student assistant to G. W. [Crile].” Ohio State Medical Journal 49 ( 1953): 1106.

Young, Agatha. Scalpel: men who made surgery. New York: Random House, 1956.

Kossuth T. Crossen

Swett, Chester P. “Captain Kossuth T. Crossen, M.D., patriot, soldier, physician.” Ohio State Medical Journal 55 (1959): 1644-46.

Daniel Drake

Blankenhorn, M.A. “Drake memorial plaque ceremony.” Cincinnati Journal of Medicine 33 (1952): 213-15.

Brodman, Estelle. Physician to the West: Daniel Drake and the American frontier. Springfield, Il.: Dept. of Medical Humanities, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, c. 1981.

Brodman, Estelle. “An unpublished letter of Daniel Drake to the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 18 (1945): 338-43.

Horine, Emmet Field. “Daniel Drake and the origin of medical journalism west of the Allegheny Mountains.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 27 ( 1953): 217-35.

Horine, Emmet Field. Daniel Drake (1785-1852), pioneer physician of the midwest. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1961.

Juettner, Otto. Daniel Drake and his followers: historical and biographical sketches, 1785-1909. Cincinnati: Harvey [c. 1909].

Poling, Dorothy. “Jesse Bennet, pioneer physician and surgeon.” West Virginia History 12 (1950-51): 87-128.

Shira, David A. Jr. “Daniel Drake and the origin of medicine in the Ohio Valley.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 44 (1941): 451-68.

Waller, Adolph E. “Daniel Drake as a pioneer in modern ecology.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947):362-73.

Allen Weir Freeman

Freeman, Allen Weir. Five million patients; the professional life of a health officer. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1946.

B.F. Gard

Marsh, John O. “B.F. Gard — early Columbus doctor.” Franklin County Historical Society Historical Bulletin 7 (1955): 51

Samuel R. Geiser

Hertzog, Lucy S. “Dr. Samuel R. Geiser–1850-1924.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 895.

Dr. Goforth

Poling, Dorothy. “Jesse Bennet, pioneer physician and surgeon.” West Virginia History 12 (1950-51): 87-128.

Sibley Hoobler

Hoobler, Sibley W. Adventures in medicine; one doctor’s life amid the great discoveries of 1940-1990. [Cleveland]: S. W. Hoobler, 1991.

Hoyt Family

Hertzog, Lucy S. “The Hoyt Family.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 252-53, 341-44.

Samuel P. Hildreth

Waller, A.E. “Dr. Samuel P. Hildreth, 1783-1863.” Ohio Historical Quarterly 53 (1944): 313-38.

Jared Potter Kirtland

Curtis, George M. “Jared Potter Kirtland, M.D., ‘The Sage of Rockport,’ November 10, 1793 – December 18, 1877.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 50 (1941): 326-337.

Fertig, Henry. “Some letters of Jared Potter Kirtland.” Ohio State Medical Journal 51 (1955): 553-57.

Waite, Frederick C. “Jared Potter Kirtland, physician, teacher, horticulturist, and eminent naturalist.” Ohio Journal of Science (1930): 153-58.

John Locke

Tucker, David A., Jr. “John Locke, M.D.” Bulletin [of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio] 10 (1952): 111-125.

Waller, Adolph E. “Dr. John Locke, early Ohio scientist (1792-1856).” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 60 (1946): 346-73.

John Henry Lowman

Anon. <“A public memorial meeting in tribute to John Henry Lowman, M.D.” Medical Miscellany, Mainly Historical, [1932], pp. 113-23.

Thomas A. McCann

Hertzog, Lucy S. “Dr. Lester E. Siemon, of Cleveland, 1867-43; Dr. Thomas A. McCann, of Dayton, 1858-1943; Dr. Hamilton Fiske Biggar [of Cleveland], 1839-1926. Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 464.

Abraham Metz

Alexander, Robert L. “Abraham Metz, Ohio’s first great ophthalmological author.” Ohio State Medical Journal 47 (1951): 236-38.

Myron F. Metzenbaum.

Metson, Ralph. “Myron F. Metzenbaum, MD: innovative surgeon, caring physician.” Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 110 (1994): 477-81.

Rubinstein, Judah. “There is a doctor in the house.” American Jewish Archives 46 (1994): 26-37.

William Mills

Jordan, Philip D. “The eclectic of St. Clairsville.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 387-91.

John Strong Newberry

“The breadth of vision of Dr. John Strong Newberry.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 52 (1943): 324-46.

Joseph P. O’Dwyer

Gelfand, Craig. “Diphtheria: Dr. Joseph P. O’Dwyer and his intubation tubes. Caduceus 3 (1987): 1-35.

The Osborns

Osborn, Stellanova. “Great Lakes pioneers in medicine. The Osborns.” Northwest Ohio Quarterly 19 (1947): 23-36.

John L. Riddell

Waller, Adolph E. “The vaulting imagination of John L. Riddell.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 54 (1944): 331-60.

James H. Salisbury

Cummer, Clyde L. “Dr. James H. Salisbury and the Salisbury diet.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 59 (1951): 352-70.

John Williamson Seely

Tyler, James J. “Dr. John Williamson Seely.” Ohio State Medical Journal 49 ( 1953): 901-902.

Lester E. Siemon

Hertzog, Lucy S. “Dr. Lester E. Siemon, of Cleveland, 1867-43; Dr. Thomas A. McCann, of Dayton, 1858-1943; Dr. Hamilton Fiske Biggar [of Cleveland], 1839-1926. Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 464.

Matthew Simpson

Clark, Robert D. “The medical training of Matthew Simpson, 1830-33.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 61 (1952): 371-79.

Samuel Hanbury Smith

Schullian, Dorothy M. “Dr, Samuel Hanbury Smith of Cincinnati, Columbus, and Hamilton, Ohio.” Bulletin [of the] Medical Library Association 39 (1952): 146-54.

Samuel Mitchel Smith

Rond, Philip C. “Samuel Mitchel Smith, M.D., Medical college psychiatric lamplighter.” Ohio State Medical Journal 53 (1957): 1266-67, 1405-06.

Luther Spelman

Tyler, James J. “Dr. Luther Spelman, early physician of the Western Reserve.” Ohio State Medical Journal 34 (1938): 420-24.

Amasa Sproat

Brown, C.M. “Amasa Sproat, pharmacist of early Chillicothe.” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 9 (1945): 244-58.

Benjamin Strickland

Hill, Thomas J. “Benjamin Strickland, Cleveland’s first dentist.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 14 (1930): 11-12, 22.

Joseph, James, Edward, and Irwin Taylor

Mills, Edward C. “The Taylor family of dentists.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56(1947): 392-98.

Edward Tiffin

Edwards, Linden F. “Governor Edward Tiffin: pioneer doctor.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56, (1947): 349-61.

Moses Thompson

Waite, Frederick C. “Moses Thompson — pioneer physician.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 14 (1930): 7-8.

Norton Strange Townshend

Cunningham, John F. “An early American crusader: Norton Strange Townshend.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 53 (1944): 355-70.

Henry Swift Upson

“Memorial Service for Henry Swift Upson, M.D.” Medical Miscellany, Mainly Historical, [1932], pp. 99-111.

Abner Webb

Berger, Molly W. “Revisiting Abner Webb, Jr., M.D.: use of alternative sources for writing the history of medicine.” Caduceus VII (1990): 42-63.

Dittrick, Howard. “A medical pioneer of Trumbull County a century ago.” Ohio State Medical Journal 37 (1941): 355-59, 459-63. (An abridged reprint of this article appeared in Caduceus 6, (1990): 27-41.

Charles Henry Wetmore

Dodds, Gilbert F. “Dr. Charles Henry Wetmore, pioneer physician. Ohio State Medical Journal 52 (1956): 1062.

James T. Whittaker

Whittaker, Alfred H. “James T. Whittaker, M.D. of Cincinnati.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 142-46.

Carl J. Wiggers

Wiggers, Carl J. Reminiscences and adventures in circulation research. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1958.

Theodore A. Willis

Willis, Theodore A. Sawbones. The maturation of orthopaedic surgery. A reminiscence. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1973.

James Craven Wood

Hertzog, Lucy S. “Dr. James Craven Wood, 1859-1948.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 344.

Lewis A. Wolfley

Kramer, Howard D. “An Ohio doctor in the early navy.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 60 (1951): 155-74.

Noah Worcester

Preston, Robert H. “Noah Worcester and his textbook.” Ohio State Medical Journal 51 (1955): 678-80.

Robert M. Zollinger

Jacq, Louis Le, et. al. “Robert M. Zollinger: a tribute,” American Journal of Surgery 128 (1974): 583-92.

 

Birth Control

Meyer, Jimmy Elaine Wilkinson,  Any Friend of the Movement. Networking for Birth Control, 1920-1940 (Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2004)

 

BODY SNATCHING

Edwards, Linden F. “Body snatching in Franklin county.” Bulletin [of the Franklin County Historical Society] 3 (1950-51): 30-31.

Edwards, Linden F. “Body snatching in Ohio during the nineteenth century.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 59 (1950): 329-51.

Edwards, Linden F. “Cincinnati’s ‘Old Cunny,’ a notorious purveyor of human flesh.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 466-69.

Edwards, Linden F. “The famous Harrison case and its repercussions. Bulletine of the History of Medicine 31 (1957): 162-71.

Edwards, Linden F. “Dr. Frederick C. Waite’s correspondence with reference to grave robbery.” Ohio State Medical Journal 44 (1958): 480, 482, 600, 602.

Edwards, Linden F. “A goulish tale of three cities.” Ohio State Medical Journal 55 (1959): 788-89, 946-49.

Edwards, Linden F. “The Ohio anatomy law of 1881.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 1190-92; 47 (1951): 49-52, 143-46.

Edwards, Linden F. “Resurrection riots during th heroic age of anatomy in America.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 25 (1951): 178-84.

Edwards, Linden F. “An unusual ‘physician’s notice’.” Ohio State Medical Journal 47 (1951): 738-40.

DENTISTRY

Ambler, Henry Lovejoy. “Early dentistry in America.” Dental Summary 24 (1909): 769-75.

Ambler, Henry Lovejoy. History of dentistry in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland: Publishing House of the Evangelical Association, 1911.

Bremmer, M.D.K. The story of dentistry. Brooklyn, N. Y.: Dental Items of Interest Publishing Co., 1939.

Clark, C. A. “Fluoridation: The Cleveland experience, an epidemiological classic and the status in Ohio.” Ohio Dental Journal 51 (1977): 40-5.

Cramer, C. H. The story of dentistry and the school in University Circle. Cleveland: School of Dentistry, Case Western Reserve University, 1982.

Hill, Thomas J. “Benjamin Strickland, Cleveland’s first dentist.” Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 14 (1930): 11-12,22.

Mills, Edward C. “Bainbridge, Ross County, Ohio, the cradle of dental education.” Journal of the American Dental Association 19 (1932): 361-89.

Mills, Edward C. “The beginning of formal dental education at Bainbridge, Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 243-56.

Mills, Edward C. “A chapter in early dental history.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 35 (1926): 380-401.

Mills, Edward C. “Dental education in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 52 (1943): 356-72.

Mills, Edward C. “Dentistry and dental education.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 386-97.

Mills, Edward C. “The Taylor family of dentists.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 392-98.

Szubiski, Chester Stanley. “Dentistry in the Western Reserve.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 53 (1944): 371-89.

Waite, Frederick C. History of the School of Dentistry of Western Reserve University. Cleveland: Western Reserve University, 1940.

Waite, Frederick C. “Ohio’s influence upon the development of American dentistry.” Journal of the American Dental Association 27 (1940): 1635-41.

ILLNESSES AND THEIR TREATMENT

Cholera

Forman, Jonathan. “The first year of the second epidemic of Asiatic cholera in Columbus, Ohio – 1849.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 53 (1844): 303-12.

Hutslar, Donald A. ” ‘God’s Scourge:’ The Cholera Years in Ohio.” Ohio History 105 (1996): 174-91.

Mitchell, E. W. “Cholera in Cincinnati.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942): 289-93.

Rodabaugh, James H. “Cholera in Ohio.” Museum Echoes (Ohio Historical Society) 32 (January, 1959): 3-6.

Trevitt, William. “A report on Asiatic Cholera epidemic to the directors of the Ohio Penitentiary, Columbus, Ohio, 30th November, 1849, by William Trevitt, M.D. Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 860-62.

Tucker, David A. “Notes on cholera in southwestern Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 378-85.

Williams, Stephen R. “A localized outbreak of Asiatic cholera in 1834.” Ohio State Medical Journal 39 (1943): 1029-56; (1947): 344-77.

Paralysis

Anon. ” ‘Rosemary:’ the Johanna Grasselli Home for Crippled Children,” 1922-1939. [1939] Wilson, Edward Harlan. “Care of the crippled.” Ohio State Medical Journal 40 (1944): 539-44.

Mental illness

Fetterman, Joseph L. “Psychiatric progress in Ohio in the twentieth century.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 58 (1949): 378-89.

Tuberculosis

Farmer, Edwin. “Eradicating tuberculosis.” Ohio Magazine 3 (July 1947): 13-15.

Ohio Public Health Association. Forty years [1901-1941] of an organized fight against tuberculosis in Ohio. Columbus: Ohio Public Health Association, 1942.

Patterson, Robert G. First quarter century in the fight against tuberculosis, 1901-1926. Columbus:Heer, 1926

Other

Davis, William F. “Ohioan performs first U.S. appendectomy.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 48-9.

Ellett, Clarence. “The Norwalk smallpox epidemic – 1902.” Ohio Medical Journal 57 (1961): 766, 768.

Fetterman, Joseph L. and Jack Horrocks. “Psychiatric progress in Ohio in the twentieth century.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 58 (Oct, 1949): 378-89.

Forman, Jonathan. “Antitoxin, the new cure for diphtheria. A copy of an article that appeared in the Cincinnati Post, October 20, 1894, p.5.” Ohio State Medical Journal 34 (1941): 1182-83.

Forman, Jonathan. “Asthma and the Ohio physician: an historical sketch.” Ohio State Medical Journal 37 (1941): 1082-84.

Goldman, Leon. “Some excerpts from the 1837 case report books of the Commercial Hospital and Lunatic Asylum of the State of Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 52 (1956): 601-4.

Greenwald, Isidor. “Observations on the history of goiter in Ohio and in West Virginia.” Journal of the History of Medicine 10 (1955): 277-89.

Hildreth, Samuel P. “Observations on the minor epidemics of Marietta in the year 1824 [reprinted from The Western Medical and Physical Journal 1 (1827): 497-504].” Ohio Medical Journal 38 (1942): 938-41.

Hudson, N. Paul. “Yellow Fever in Ohio.” Ohio Medical Journal 61 (1965): 1054-55; 62 (1966): 8-9.

Mahr, August C. “Materia medica and therapy among the North American forest Indians.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 60 (1951): 331-354.

McGavran, Charles W. and James H. Warren. “Introduction of insulin to Columbus.” Ohio State Medial Journal 49 (1953): 1005-1006.

Moore, R G “Epidemics in early Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 71 (1975): 798-802.

O’Brien, Tom. “Rabies in Ohio.” Ohio Conservation Bulletin 19 (1955): 8, 28.

Paterson, Robert G. “The decline of epidemics in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 55 (1946): 311-37.

Pinta, Emil R. “Sanyek M. Smith, “Dr. Cure-Awl’s” Assistant at the Ohio Lunatic Asylum: His 1841 Case-Reports on Insanity.” Ohio History 107 (1998):58-75.

Platter, Herbert M. “Notes on the prevention of communicable diseases in Columbus, 1890-1945.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 57 (1948): 393-97.

Sharpe, D. R. “The spotlight of public opinion on Ohio’s mentally ill. Ohio Magazine 3 (Nov-Dec 1947): 28-34.

Thomas, Edward S. “Early Ohio medicine: a museum display.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 54 (1945):381-85.

Tucker, David A. “Methods of treatment of some of the more common diseases by the pioneer physicians of Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 211-18.

Wain, Harry. “A survey of brucellosis in a rural Ohio county.” Ohio State Medical Journal 43 (1947): 736-38.

INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT

Blankenhorn, M.A. “Pioneer doctors’ saddle bags.” Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 13 (1955): 213-15.

Dittrick Howard. “A bit of Americana from Trumbull County (an herb cutter)”. Ohio State Medical Journal 49 (1953): 1105.

[Ditrick, Howard]. “A description of medical collections in Cleveland, Ohio, presented to members of the American Association of the History of Medicine…at the Cleveland Medical Library, October 7, 1940. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 8 (1940): 1214-45.

Dittrick, Howard. “The equipment, instruments and drugs of pioneer physicians of Ohio. Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 198-210.

Dittrick, Howard “Medical agents and equipment used in the Northwest Territory.” Ohio State Medical Journal 48 (1952): 622-25.

Dittrick, Howard. “Urinalysis, instruments of precision, the stethoscope, et cetera, of the period, 1835-1858.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 347-360.

Preston, Robert H. “Hospital transports, with special reference to the steamboat Allen Collier and the Cincinnati branch of the U. S. Sanitary Commission.” Ohio State Medical Journal 53 (1957): 1037-38, 1165-67.

Waite, Frederick C. “The equipment of a country doctor of northern Ohio in 1822.” Ohio State Medical Journal (1936): 444-45.

MEDICAL EDUCATION

Anon. “College of Medicine: from this. . . to this.” Ohio State University Monthly 50 (1959): 5-8.

Beckwith, David H. “The Erie Street Medical College sixty years ago.: Cleveland Medical Journal 8 (1909): 1-10.

Butcher, Wendell A. and Mary Knoche. “One hundred years of progress in the Columbus State School.” Ohio State Medical Journal 53 (1957): 678-79, 796-98.

Cangi, Ellen Corwin. Principles before practice: the reform of medical education in Cincinnati before and after the Flexner Report, 1870-1930. Thesis (Ph.D.) University of Cincinnati, 1983.

Christensen, B.V. “The teaching of pharmacy in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 61 (1952): 352-64.

Cramer, C. H. The story of dentistry and the school in University Circle. Cleveland: School of Dentistry, Case Western Reserve University, 1982.

Dittrick, Howard. “An ancestor of Ohio medicine: Fairfield Medical School (1812-1840). Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 61 (1952): 365-70

Edwards, Linden F. “Centenary anniversary of the oldest medical college hospital in the United States–St. Francis Hospital, Columbus, Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 48 (1952): 269-76.

Edwards, Linden F. “The genealogy, birth, and development of the Department of Anatomy.” Record [of the Ohio State University Graduate School] 10 (1957): 3.

Edwards, Linden F. “Medical education of the pioneer physicians in the Ohio country–1787-1803.” Ohio State Medical Journal 48 (1952): 528-30.

Edwards. Linden F. “Meetings of the Faculty of Starling Medical College in 1858.” Ohio State Medical Journal 52 (1956): 953-55, 1061-62.

Edwards, Linden F. “The Ohio State School one hundred years old.” Ohio State Medical Journal 53 (1957): 561-62.

Faddis, Margene O. The History of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Cleveland: Alumnae Association of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, 1948.

Forman, Jonathan. “Dr. Alva Curtis in Columbus: the Thomsonian Recorder and Columbus’ first medical school.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942): 332-40

Forman, Jonathan. “A meeting of the faculty of Starling Medical College in 1858.” Ohio State Medical Journal 52 (1956): 734-35.

Forman, Jonathan. “Meetings of the Faculty of Starling Medical College in 1859.” Ohio State Medical Journal 53 (1957): 926-27.

Forman, Jonathan. “Obstetrics as taught at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbus, Ohio (1835-41).” Ohio State Medical Journal 45 (1949): 895-96, 991-2.

Forman, Jonathan. “The Worthington Medical College.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 58 (1941): 373-79.

Goldstein, Linda Lehmann. When roses bloomed in winter: women medical graduates of Western Reserve College, 1852-56. Ph.D. thesis, Case Western Reserve University, c. 1990.

Goldstein, Linda Lehman. “Without compromising in any particular: the success of medical coeducation in Cleveland, 1850-1856.” Caduceus 10 (1994): 101-16.

McGrane, Reginald C. “The Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. Bulletin [of the] Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 13 (1955): 25-37.

Miller, Genevieve. “Medical education one hundred years ago –the introductory lecture.” Ohio State Medical Journal 54 (1958): 1578,1580, 1582; (1959): 40-41, 44.

Mills, Edward C. “The beginning of formal dental education at Bainbridge, Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 243-56.

Mills, Edward C. “Dentistry and dental education.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 386-97.

Compton, Richard and Emil R. Pinta. The Ohio Psychiatric Association and medical education in Ohio. The Association, 1990.

Pinta, Emil. A history of psychiatry at the Ohio State University, 1847-1993 Columbus: the Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry, 1994.

Platter, H, M. “Early internships in St. Francis Hospital [Columbus] – a reminiscence.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 399-403.

Prugh, Daniel F. “St. Francis Hospital celebrates its 100th anniversary; historical Starling Medical College Founded in 1848.” Bulletin of the Franklin County Historical Society 2 (1949-50): 146-48.

Reed, C. I. “Development of the teaching of physiology in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 60 (1951): 355-68.

Reeve, J.C. “Recollection of the early days at Cleveland Medical College.” Cleveland Medical Journal 8 (1909): 72-75.

Schnell, Eic, Sprague M., VanBrmmer B. “Development of Medical Education at The Ohio State University” Online Exhibit

Waite, Frederick C., comp. and ed Alumni catalogue of the School of Medicine of Western Reserve University including graduates and non-graduates of Cleveland Medical College, 1843-1881, Medical Department of Western Reserve University, 1881-1913, School of Medicine of Western Reserve University 1913- , Charity Hosptial Medical College, 1864-1870, Medical Department of Wooster University, 1870-1896, Medial Department of Ohio Wesleyan. University, 1896-1914. Cleveland: 1930. [orig. appeared in Western Reserve University Bulletin 33 (1930). 174 pp.]

Waite, Frederick C. “Censors and medical colleges.” Ohio State Medical Journal 50 (1954): 1160-62.

Waite, Frederick C. “Changes in the medical educational program in Ohio from 1890 to 1910, Ohio State Medical Journal 45 (1949): 1083-88.

Waite, Frederick C. “The first medical diploma mill in the United States.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 20 (1946): 495-504.

Waite, Frederick C. An historical sketch of the Willoughby Medical College (1834-1847). Cleveland, 1934.

Waite, Frederick C. History of the School of Dentistry of Western Reserve University. Cleveland: Western Reserve University, 1940.

Waite, Frederick C. “Medical education in Ohio.” Ohio State Medical Journal 49 (1953): 623-24.

Waite, Frederick C. “The medical education of women in Clevleand (1850-1930).” Bulletin of Western Reserve University, n.s. 16 (1930): 37-63.

Waite, Frederick C. “The professional education of pioneer Ohio physicians.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 189-97.

Waite, Frederick C. Western Reserve University centennial history of the School of Medicine. Cleveland: Western Reserve University Press, 1946.

Waller, Adolph E. “A fictitious medical degree of the 1830’s.” Bulletin of the History of Medicne 20 (1946): 505-12.

Weckesser, Elden C. A historical review of the Department of Surgery, Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland: Department of Surgery, Case Western Reserve University, 1986.

Williams, Greer. Western Reserve’s experiment in medical education and its outcome. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980.

Wooley, Charles F. Academic heritage: the transmission of excellence-cardiology at the Ohio State University. Mt. Kisco, N.Y.: Futura Press, 1992

NURSING

Donnelly, E. K. The Cleveland Visiting Nurse Association, 1902-1912: steps toward autonomy and professionalism. Ph.D. thesis, Case Western Reserve University, 1985.

Faddis, Margene O. The history of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Cleveland: Alumnae Association of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, 1948.

Grabowski, Diane Ewart Without Whose Aid. Nursing and the Cleveland Clinic Cleveland: The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 1996

Rodabaugh, James H. and Mary Jane Rodabaugh. Nursing in Ohio: a history. Columbus: State Nurses’ Association, 1951.

Rodabaugh, Mary Jane. “Some Ohio aspects of military nursing, 1861-1945.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 61 (1952): 339-51.

ORGANIZED MEDICINE

(See also under GENERAL and GENERAL BY REGION AND COUNTY)

Committee on Public Policy of the Ohio State Medial Association Scientific medicine and public health in relation to legislation and governmental administration. A reference handbook. Columbus: Ohio State Medical Association, 1934.

Compton, Richard and Pinta, Emil R. The Ohio Psychiatric Association and medical education in Ohio. [S.l.]: The Association, 1990.

Dittrick, Howard. “Ground rules for doctors of Morgan County in 1848.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 462-64. . “Cleveland doctors and their fees [about 1840].” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 54 (1945): 361-70.

Dittrick, Howard. “Medical fee bills from Ohio and Georgia. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 18 (1945): 544-55.

Forman, Jonathan. “A brief history of the Ohio State Medical Journal.” Ohio State Medical Journal 43 (1947): 515-16, 632-3, 751-2.

Forman, Jonathan. “The Northside [Columbus] Medical Research Society: 1908. Ohio State Medical Journal 52 (1956): 165-67, 272-74.

Forman, Jonathan. “The Ohio State Medical Journal.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 56 (1947): 379-88.

Forman, Jonathan. Organized medicine in Ohio, 1811-1926.” Ohio State Medical Journal 43 (1947): 57-8, 170-71, 278-80, 398-400.

McGrane, Reginald C. The Cincinnati doctor’s forum.” Cincinnati: The Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, 1957.

Page, Hart F. The history of the Ohio State Medical Association 1846-1996. Ohio State Medical Association, [1996].

Patersom. Robert G. “The Proceedings of the General Medical Society of Ohio in 1829.” Ohio State Medical Journal 46 (1950): 51-2.

Paterson, Robert G. “The role of the ‘district’ as a unit in organized medicine in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 367-77.

Shira, Donald D. “The legal requirements for medical practice — an attempt to regulate by law and the purpose behind the movement.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 48 (1939): 181-88

. Shira, Donald D. “The Organization of the Ohio State Medical Society and its relation to the Ohio Medical Convention.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 50 (1941): 366-72.

PHARMACY

Dittrick, Howard. Anon. “A Cleveland drug store.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 40 (1946): 338-45.

Anon. “Historic drugstore in Ohio.” Journal [of the] National Association of Retail Druggists 73 (1951): 425. Christensen, B.V. “The teaching of pharmacy in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 61 (1952): 352-64.

Jordan, Philip D. “Purveyors to the profession: Cincinnati drug houses, 1859-1860.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 54 (1944): 371-80.

McGrane, Reginald C. “The Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. Bulletin [of the] Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 13 (1955): 25-37.

SECTARIAN AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE

Forman, Jonathan. “Dr. Alva Curtis in Columbus: the Thomsonian Recorder and Columbus’ first medical school.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942): 332-40

Gerstner, Patsy. “The Water Cure in Ohio” Condensed versionof a paper presented at the 1997 meeting of the Ohio Academy of Medical History.

Hertzog, Lucy Stone. “High spots of Ohio homeopathic history 1890-1949.” Ohio State Medical Journal 45 (1949): 1189-95.

Hertzog, Lucy Stone. “The rise of homeopathy in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 332-46.

Jordan, Philip D. “Samuel Robinson: champion of the Thomsonian System.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942): 263-70.

Jordan, Philip D. “The secret six: an inquiry into the basic materia medica of the Thomsonian System of Botanic Medicine. Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 52 (1943):347-55.

Jordan, Philip D. “Skulls, rappers, ghosts and doctors.: Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 53 (1944): 339-54.

Piercy, H. D., “Shaker medicines,” In Shaker Historical Society. Selected Papers Cleveland: Shaker Historical Society, 1957 and in Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 63 ( 1954): 336-48.

Taylor, Ralph. “The formation of eclectic school in Cincinnati.” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 51 (1942):279-88.

Waite, Frederick C. “Thomsonianism in Ohio.” Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 49 (1940): 322-31.