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Anesthesia collection

Title Author Publisher Location Date
Elements of chemistry, including the most recent discoveries and applications of the science to medicine and pharmacy, and to the arts Kane, Robert Harper & Brothers New York 1843
A statement of the claims of Charles T. Jackson, M.D. to the discovery of the appicability of sulphuric ether to the prevention of pain in surgical operations. Gay, Martin David Clapp, printer Boston 1847
Some account of the letheon; or, who was the discoverer? Warren, Edward Dutton and Wentworth, printers Boston 1847
Inhalation of ether Warren, J. Mason 1847
Remarks on the proper mode of administering sulphuric ether by inhalation Morton, W.T.G. Dutton and Wentworth, printers Boston 1847
A history of the application of nitrous oxide gas, ether and other vapors, to surgical operations Wells, Horace J. Gaylord Wells, printer Hartford 1847
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal: The discovery of etherization pp. 322-326 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Boston 1848
Principles recognized by scientific men applies to the ether controversy Abbott, Joseph Hale Littell's Living Age 1848
The ether controversy. Vindication of the hospital report of 1848 Bowditch, N.I. John Wilson, printer Boston 1848
Defense des droits du Dr. Charles T. Jackson: a la decouverte di l'etherisation suivie des pieces justificatives. . . Lord, Joseph L. et Lord, Henry C. H. Vrayet de Surcy et Ce Paris 1848
Report of the board of trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital MGH John Wilson, printer Boston 1848
A history of the ether discovery: report of the Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital Dana, Richard Henry Littell's Living Age 1848
Reports of the first exhibition of the Worcester County Mechanics Association, at the Nashua Halls, in the City of Worcester. [contains a history of anesthesia, p. 30] Henry J. Howland, printer Worcester, MA 1848
A defense of D. Charles T. Jackson's claims to the discovery of etherization. Lord, Joseph L. & Lord, Henry C. Littell's Living Age Boston 1848
The casket and the ribbon, or the honors of ether Dwinelle, William H. American Journal of Dental Science Baltimore 1849
Lithotrity and lithotomy with the use of ether in those operations Warren J. Mason American Journal of the Medical Sciences Boston 1849
House of Representatives. William T.G. Morton, M.D. - sulphuric ether, Report No. 114. Dr. Edwards report U.S. 30th Congress - Second Session 1849
Memorial addressed to the trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital in behalf of Charles T. Jackson, M.D. in relation to the discovery of etherization Lord, Joseph L. & Henry C. Thurston, Torry & Co., printers Boston 1849
Assorted magazine articles on anesthesia 1850-1894
On the physiological effects of sulphuric ether and its superiority to chloroform Morton, W.T.G. Medical and Surgical Journal Office Boston 1850
Remarks on the comparative value of the different anaesthetic agents Hayward, George Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Boston 1850
Discovery by the late Dr. Horace Wells, of the applicability of nitrous oxyd gas, sulphuric ether and other vapors, in surgical operations, nearly two years before the patented discovery of Drs. Charles T. Jackson and W.T.G. Morton. Case, Tiffany & Co. Hartford 1850
A memoir of Samuel George Morton, M.D., late president of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Meigs, Charles D. Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia 1851
Discovery by the late Dr. Horace Wells, of the applicability of nitrous oxyd gas, sulphuric ether and other vapors, in surgical operations, nearly two years before the patented discovery of Drs. Charles T. Jackson and W.T.G. Morton. Elihu Geer Stationer and Steam Printer Hartford 1852
Report to the House of Representatives of the United States of America, vindicating the rights of Charles T. Jackson to the discovery of the anaesthetic effects of ether vapor, and disproving the claims of W.T.G. Morton to that discovery Select committee on the ether discovery U.S.32nd Congress 1852
House of Representatives. William T.G. Morton, M.D. - sulphuric ether Bissell, W.H., chair of select committee U.S.32nd Congress - First Session 1852
Senate report No. 421. Walker, I.P. report U.S. 32nd Congress - Second Session 1853
An examination of the question of anaesthesia, on the memorial of Charles Thomas Wells. . . Walker, Isaac, P. chair U.S. 32nd Congress - Second Session 1853
Trial and conviction of Dr. Stephen T. Beale; with the letters of chief justice Lewis and judges Black and Woodword, on his case. Interesting ether cases. . . T.K. Collins, Jr. printer Philadelphia 1855
An appeal to the public, by members of the medical profession Wm C. Bryant & Co.- printers New York 1859
Dr. Wells, the discoverer of anaesthesia Gray, J.A., printer New York 1860
Report of a committee of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement, on the alleged dangers which accompany the inhalation of the vapor of sulphuric ether Medical and Surgical Journal Office Boston 1861
Proceedings in behalf of the Morton testimonnial Geo. C. Rand & Avery, printers Boston 1861
Senate report No. 89 Wilson report U.S. 37th Congress - Third Session 1862
Dr. Wells, the discoverer of anaesthesia Robert Larter, printer New York 1864
The discovery of etherization pp. 718-725 Abbott, Joseph Hale Atlantic Monthly, June 1868
On nitrous oxide Fox, Charles James British Journal of Dental Science London 1869
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal: New York Medical Record on the history of anesthesia p. 421 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Boston 1870
Dr. Wells, the discoverer of anaesthesia Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Printers Hartford 1870
Historical memoranda relative to the discovery of etherization and to the connection with it of the late Dr. william T.G. Morton Morton testimonial fund committee Rand, Avery & Frye, printers Boston 1871
Nitrous oxide in prolonged surgical operations Goodwillie, D.H. Dental Miscellany New York 1874
The discovery of modern anaesthesia: a critique Stearns, H.P. Medical Record Hartford 1876
The invention of anaesthetic inhalation of "discovery of anaesthesia." Morton, William J. D. Appleton and Company New York 1880
Anaesthesia. Who made and developed this great discovery? Colton, G.Q. A.G. Sherwood & Co. - publishers New York 1886
Musings on cheerfulness and health Colton, G.Q. Press of E.M.Day New York 1893
A contribution to the history of the discovery of modern surgical anaesthesia, with some new data relative to the work of Dr. Crawford W. Long Grandy, Luther B. Virginia Medical Monthly Atlanta, GA 1893
A true history of the discovery of anaesthesia. A reply to Mrs. Elizabeth Whitman Morton Colton, G.Q. A.G. Sherwood & Co. - printers New York 1896
History of anaesthesia; or painless surgery Hayden, Wm. R. International Journal of Surgery Co. New York 1896
Dr. Morton's discovery of anesthesia Morton, Elizabeth Whitman McClure's Magazine New York 1896
Long, the discoverer of anaesthesia; a presentation of his original documents Young, Hugh H. Johns Hopkins Historical Bulletin No. 77-78 Baltimore 1897
Local and regional anesthesia with cocain and other analgesic drugs - the latest methods. Matas, Rudolph Louisiana State Medical Society New Orleans 1900
Memoranda relating to the discovery of surgical anesthesia, and Dr. William T.G Morton's relation to this event. Morton, William J. Post-Graduate New York 1905
Anaesthetics ancient and modern: an historical sketch of anaesthesia Burroughs Wellcome & Co. London 1907 [?]
Sixty-first annual session of the medical association of Georgia Medical Association of Georgia Athens, GA 1910
61st Annual session of the medical association of Georgia: Crawford W. Long, M.D. memorial edition Medical Assn. of Georgia Athens, GA 1910
Old Penn: Weekly review of the University of Pennsylvania. [Article: Documentary evidence bearing upon Dr. Crawford W. Long's discovery of ether anesthesia.] University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia 1915
Some personal recollections and private correspondence of Dr. Crawford Williamson Long, discoverer of anaesthesia with sulphuric ether, together with documentary proofs of his priority in this wonderful discovery Jacobs, Joseph Atlanta, GA 1919
Some personal recollections and private correspondence of Dr. Crawford Williamson Long, discoverer of anaesthesia with sulphuric ether, together with documentary proofs of his priority in this wonderful discovery Jacobs, Joseph Atlanta, GA 1919
Ethylene, a new anesthetic; its comparative value McKesson, E.I. Toledo Technical Appliance Co. Toledo, OH 1924
Ethylene anesthesia Fairlie, H.P. Toledo Technical Appliance Co. Toledo, OH 1924[?]
Horace Wells Wells, Ernest A. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Boston 1925
The pneumatic institution of Thomas Beddoes at Clifton, 1798 Miller, Albert H. Annals of Medical History New York 1931
The discoverer of anaesthesia: Dr. Horace Wells of Hartford Erving, Henry Wood Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine New Haven 1933
Local and regional anesthesia: a retrospect and prospect Matas, Rudolph Americal Journal of Surgery New York 1934
Horace Wells dishonored in Rene Fulop-Miller's book "Triumph Over Pain" Archer, W. Harry American Society for the Advancement of General Anesthesia in Dentistry 1938
The Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland ["Horace Wells' Anniversary", p. 14] Klaus, E. Academy of Medicine of Cleveland 1939
Historical notes on Horace Wells Archer, W. Harry Dental Rays , March 1939
Chronological history of Horace Wells, discoverer of anesthesia Archer, W. Harry Bulletin of the History of Medicine , December 1939
Horace Wells triumphs over pain Soifer, Max E. Journal of the American Dental Association 1939
Horace Wells points the finger to anesthesia Soifer, Max E. Dental Items of Interest 1939
Dr. Horace Wells, the discoverer of anesthesia Soifer, Max E. Dental Items of Interest 1939
Discoverer of anesthesia Soifer, Max E. Medical Library Assn. Newark, NJ 1939
Horace Wells: an appreciation Johnson, J.H. Oral Health Canada ca. 1939
The Chronicle : Doctor Wells and Anesthesia pp 195-197 Kezerian, Stephen Hartford Public H.S. Hartford 1940
Letters of Dr. and Mrs. Horace Wells discovered Archer, W. Harry Dental Rays, January 1940
The bulletin of the Connecticut State Dental Association: convention issue [see p. 38, tribute paid to Horace Wells by CSDA] Jones, R. Bullock CSDA Waterbury, CT 1940
Historical notes on Horace Wells Soifer, Max E. Bulletin of the History of Medicine Baltimore 1941
Anaesthesia Steel, William A. Temple University[?] Philadelphia 1941
The development of anesthesia Keys, Thomas E. Mayo Clinic? Rochester, MN 1942
A Memoir to the Academy of Sciences at Paris on a new Use of Sulphuric Ether Morton, W.T.G. Henry Schuman New York 1946
Hartford Hospital bulletin Hartford Hospital Hartford 1969
Barrell of lunatics: places associated with the first public demonstration of ether anesthesia Lai, David C. Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology Park Ridge, IL 2003
Anaesthesia! The greatest discovery of the age! Who is entitled to the credit of it? Let those read who desire to know the truth Journal of Commerce undated
  

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