Books and Articles Related to the Historical Library

This bibliography contains books and articles that describe or utilize unique items in the Historical Library's collections. It includes bio-bibliographies based on our collections or which have been extensively used in past collecting. Users are welcome to suggest additions.

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Blankfort, Joelle Ruth. “Madeline Earle Stanton and the Historical Library of the Yale Medical Library,” M.S. Thesis in Library Science, Southern Connecticut State College, 1976.

"Dedication ceremony of the Yale Medical Library, June 15, 1941," Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 13 (1940-41): 864-889.

Fulton, John F. “A Brief History of Yale’s Medical Collections,” Yale University Library Gazette 21(4) (Apr. 1947): 47- 53.

Fulton, John F. The Library of Jonathan Knight, 1789-1864 Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 25(6) June 1953: 468-476
This collection is owned by the Historical Library.

Fulton, John F., Frederick G. Kilgour, and Madeline E. Stanton, Die Medizinische Bibliothek der Universität Yale,” Zeitschrift der Scweizerischen Bibliophilen Gesellschaft 2 (2) (1959): 87-102.

Fulton, John F., Frederick G. Kilgour and Madeline E. Stanton. Yale Medical Library: the formation and growth of its Historical Library. New Haven, 1962.

Gyorgyey, Ferenc. "Yale Medical Library receives Dr. Van's fabulous collection." Yale Medicine, 1979 Winter, 14(1): 14-17.

Kilgour, Frederick G. "The first century of medical books in Yale College Library," Yale University Library Gazette 35(3) (Jan. 1961): 101-105.

Kilgour, Frederick G. The Library of the Medical Institution of Yale College and its catalogue of 1865. New Haven: Yale Medical Library, 1960.

Madeline E. Stanton, edited by Leonard G. Wilson. New Haven: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1981. Reprinted from Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 36 (1981): 229-271.

The Making of a Library: Extracts from Letters, 1934-1941, of Harvey Cushing, Arnold C. Klebs, John F. Fulton, Presented to John Fulton by His Friends on His Sixtieth Birthday, 1 November 1959. New Haven: Yale University, 1959.

Merriman, Daniel. "George Milton Smith : An Appreciation of His Library," Yale University Library Gazette 26(3) (Jan. 1952): 137-146.
This collection was donated to the Historical Library.

Cushing, Fulton, and Klebs and Their Collections

Baumgartner, Leona. "Arnold Carl Klebs, 1870-1943," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 14 (1943): 201-216.

Baumgartner, Leona. "Arnold Klebs as Humanistic Scholar," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 32 (1944): 85-95.

Baumgartner, Leona. "Harvey Cushing as Book Collector and Litterateur," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 8 (1940): 1055-1066.

Cushing, Harvey. “The Binding Influence of a Library on a Subdividing Medical Profession,” Address at the dedication of the William H. Welch Medical Library, Baltimore, Oct. 17, 1929, Science 70 (November 22, 1929): 485-91.

Cushing, Harvey. The Doctor and His Books. An Address at the Opening of the Allen Memorial Building of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, Nov. 13, 1926. Cleveland, Ohio [1926].

Cushing, Harvey."Ercole Lelli and His Ecorché," Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 9 (Jan. 1937): 199-213. The Lelli prints are in the Historical Library.

Cushing, Harvey. “The Value of Books to the Medical Profession,” Medical Journal and Record, 124 (Dec. 1, 1926): 712-13.

“Cushing’s Books at Yale,” Lancet 246 (May 6, 1944), p. 605.

Del Maestro, Roland F. “Il Fasciculo di Medicina of 1493: Medical Culture through the Eyes of the Artist,” Neurosurgery 58(1) (1906): 187-196. Includes information on our unique colored copy of this edition..

“A Doctor and His Books: Harvey Cushing and His Library,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1 (1946): 229-53, including E.P., Goldschmidt, “Recollections of Harvey Cushing and His Book-Collecting,” pp. 229-34; E. Weil, “The Formation of the Harvey Cushing Collection,” pp. 234-46; and Geoffrey Jefferson, “Harvey Cushing and His Books," pp. 246-53.

Fulton, John F. “The After-Dinner Address: Harvey Cushing and Arnold Klebs: Their Friendship and Their Libraries,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 21 (1947): 512-23.

Fulton, John F. “Arnold Carl Klebs (1870-1943),” Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 15 (1943): 645-50.

Fulton, John F. “Dr. Harvey Cushing,” Yale University Library Gazette 14(3) (Jan. 1940): 33-40.

Fulton, John F. "Harvey Cushing and His Books: An Address Read Before the Abernethian Society on July 10th, 1947," St. Bartholomew's Hospital Journal, 52 (1948): 61-64, 80-82.

Fulton, John F. "Harvey Cushing and Arnold Klebs: Their Friendship and Their Libraries," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 31 (1947): 512-523.

Fulton, John F. “The Letters and Libraries of Irving S. Cutter and Harvey Cushing,” Northwest University. Medical School. Quarterly Bulletin 20 (1946): 59-65.

Fulton, John F. "The Library of a Scholar: Arnold C. Klebs," Yale University Library Gazette, 22 (July 1947): 1-6.

Fulton, John F. "The Library of Arnold C. Klebs," Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 19 (May 1947): 883-886.

Fulton, John F. "On being a literary executor," Journal of Neurosurgery 4 (1947): 1-6.
[on being Harvey Cushing's literary executor]

The Harvey Cushing Collection of Books and Manuscripts. New York: Schuman's, 1943.

Thomson, Elizabeth H. "Early Manifestations of Bibliomania in Three Collectors: Harvey Cushing, Arnold Klebs, and John Fulton,"Journal of the Albert Einstein Medical Center, 10 (July 1962): 98-107.

Specific Bibliographies and Publications on Our Books and Manuscripts

Baumgartner, Leona and John F. Fulton. A bibliography of the poem "Syphilis/ sive, Morbis gallicus", by Girolomo Fracastoro, of Verona. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1935.

Beaumont, William. William Beaumont : a self portrait from letters in the Beaumont Collection, 1804-1835, edited by William Field. [S.l. : s.n., 1985]
These letters are in the Beaumont Medical Club Collection in the Historical Library.

"Bibliography of John Farquhar Fulton." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 17(1) (1962): 51-71.

"Bibliography of the Writings of Arnold C. Klebs." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 8(3) (March, 1940): 523-532.

Cushing, Harvey. A Bio-bibliography of Andreas Vesalius. New York: Schuman's, 1943.
The Library owns Cushing's collection of Vesalius. The Vesalius collection is arranged according to this bibliography.

________. A Bio-bibliography of Andreas Vesalius. 2nd ed. Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1962.

Ferguson, John. Hand list of editions of Polydore Vergil's De inventoribus rerum. Compiled and arranged in a bibliography in manuscript by the late Professor John Ferguson. With an Appendix on Anglica historia. New Haven: Historical Library, Yale University School of Medicine, 1944.
The Library owns Ferguson's volumes of Polydore Vergil (Vergilius).

Fulton, John F. A Bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society. Oxford: University Press, 1932.
The Library owns Fulton's collection of the works of Boyle. The Boyle collection is arranged according to this bibliography.

________. A Bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society. 2nd ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1961.

________. A Bibliography of two Oxford physiologists; Richard Lower, 1631-1691; John Mayow, 1643-1679. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1935.
The Library owns Fulton's holdings of Lower and Mayow.

_________ "A unique copy of the Fabrica of Vesalius'" [1943 edition] Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 8 (1953): 219-220.

Fulton, John F., and Harvey Cushing. "A bibliographical study of the Galvani and the Aldini writings on animal electricity." Annals of Science 1(3) (July, 1936): 239-268 plus 9 plates.

Fulton, John F., and Charlotte H. Peters. Works of Joseph Priestly, 1733-1804. Preliminary short title list. New Haven: Laboratory of Physiology, Yale University School of Medicine, 1937.
The Library owns Fulton's extensive collection of the works of Joseph Priestley.

Fulton, John F. and Madeleine E. Stanton. "Bibliography of Galvani's writings on animal electricity," in Luigi Galvani, Commentary on the effects of electricity on muscular motion...together with a facsimile of Galvani's De viribus electricitatis in motu musculari commentarius (1791), and a bibliography of the editions and translations of Galvani's book... Norwalk, CT: Burndy Library, 1954, pp. 159-171.

________. The centennial of surgical anesthesia: an annotated catalogue of books and pamphlets bearing on the early history of surgical anesthesia, exhibited at the Yale Medical Library, October 1946. New York: Henry Schuman, 1946.
The Library owns Fulton's anesthesia collection which, with additions, is organized according to this bibliography.

Harvey Cushing Society. A bibliography of the writings of Harvey Cushing: prepared on the occasion of his seventieth birthday April 8, 1939. 3rd ed., rev. Park Ridge, IL: American Association of Neurological Surgeons, 1993.

Keynes, Geoffrey Langdon. A bibliography of the writings of William Harvey, M.D., discoverer of the circulation of the blood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1928. The Historical Library's extensive Harvey collection is arranged according to the Keynes bibliography.

________. A bibliography of the writings of Dr. William Harvey, 1578-1657. 3rd ed., revised by Gweneth Whitteridge and Christine English. Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1989.

________. Religio bibliographici. London: The Bibliographical Society, 1953.
The Historical Library's substantial collection of the works of Browne is annotated with the Keynes bibliography numbers.

________. A Bibliography of Sir Thomas Browne. 2nd ed, rev. and augm. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968.

Laroche, Rebecca. “Elizabeth Bagot’s Herbal,” Yale University Library Gazette, 81 (1-2) (Oct. 2006): 21-26. We own Elizabeth Bagot’s copy of Rembert Dodoen’s A nievve herball, of Historie of plantes. London, 1578.

Edward C. Streeter Collection of Weights and Measures

Danforth, Ellen Zak. "Nesting Weights, Einsatzgewichte and Piles à Godet: A Catalog of Nested Cup Weights in the Edward Clark Streeter Collection of Weights and Measures".Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 50 (March 1988): 1-117. Hamden: Published for the Connecticut Academy by Archon Books, 1988.

Kisch, Bruno. Scales and weights: a historical outline. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965. Kisch was curator of the Streeter Collection which is used for many examples in this book.

Fulton, John F. Edward Clark Streeter, 1874-1947: A biographical appreciation for his friends and classmates including the text of his paper on Leoniceno. New Haven: The Historical Library, Yale University School of Medicine, 1948.

Fulton, John F. "Edward Clark Streeter, 1874-1947," Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 20(2) (December 1947): 203-211.

Other artifacts

Braun, Janice, “Two Rare Stāks: Considering Artifacts in the Library Collection, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 46 (1991): 514-520. About the steak that Pavlov autographed and a hemlock stake in the collection.

Kwan, Alistair, Julia F. Irwin, and Mary Ellen Leuver. "Surgical instruments as a window into the profession's past, " Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 81(4) (Dec. 2008): 205-208.

Portrait Bust of Harvey Cushing: Ceremonies at the Unveiling, 15 January 1949. New Haven: Historical Library, Yale University School of Medicine, 1949.
This bust is in the Historical Library Reading Room.

Sizer, Theodore. "The cartouches in the Historical Library." Yale University Library Gazette, 36(3), January 1962: 119-121.

Gyorgyey, Ferenc. "Yale Medical Library receives Dr. Van's fabulous collection." Yale Medicine, 1979 Winter, 14(1): 14-17.

Manuscripts: Medieval and Renaissance

Corner, George W. .On early Salernitan surgery and especially the "Bamberg surgery" with an account of a previously undescribed manuscript of the Bamberg surgery in the possession of Dr. Harvey Cushing,” Bulletin of the Institute of the History of Medicine, 5 (1937): 1-32. On Manuscript 10 by Roger Frugardi.

Corner, George W. “A Thirteenth Century Medical Cryptogram,” Bulletin of the Institute of the History of Medicine, 4 (1936): 745-750. On Manuscript 10.

Rzihacek-Bedö, Andrea. Medizinische Wissenschaftspflege in Benediktinerkloster Admont. bis 1500. Vienna: R. Oldenbourg, 2005. Includes Manuscript 10.

Shailor, Barbara. The Medieval Book : Illustrated from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Toronto ; Buffalo : Published by University of Toronto Press in association with the Medieval Academy of America, 1991. On Manuscript 12, pp. 96-98.

Toresella, Sergio. "Gli erbari degli alchimisti," in Arte farmaceutica e plante medicinali: erbari, vasi, strumenti e testi dalle raccolte liguri, ed. Liana Saginati. Pisa: Pacini Editore, 1996, pp. 31-70. Discusses Manuscript 18, Pseudo Apuleis.

Glassner, Christine, and Karl Heinz Keller, "Astronomie des 15. Jahrhunderts aus Wien in der Yale Medical Library: Die ehemalige Melker Handschrift 794 (fruher367 G27)," in ...und das Firmamnet kundet vom Werk Seiner Hande" (Ps 19,2): Faszination Astronomie -- eine Spurensuche in der Melker Stiftsbibliothek. Thesaurus mellicensis. Bd. 1. Stift Melk, 2009. On Manuscript 24.

Litzler, Mary Frances (ed.) Edition and Study of a Middle English Herbal: New Haven, Medical Library 27 (ff 40r-49v). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alcalá, Spain, 2005. On Manuscript 27.

Jones, Peter Murray. “Image, Word, and Medicine in the Middle Ages,” in Visualizing Medieval Medicine and Natural History, 1200-1550 / edited by Jean A. Givens, Karen M. Reeds, and Alain Touwaide, pp. 11-24. Information on Manuscript 28 (Paneth Codex) and Manuscript 55 (Book of Hours).

Jones, Peter Murray, "Picturing Medicine in the Age of Petrarch," in Petrarca e la medicina. Atti del Convegno di Capo d'Orlando 27-28 giugno 2003, ed. Monica Berte, Vincenzo Fera, and Tiziani Pesenti. Biblioteca Umanistica 8. Messina: Centro Interdipartimentale de Studi Umanistici, 2006. On Manuscript 28 (Paneth Codex).

The "Sekenesse of Wymmen" : A Middle English Treatise on Diseases in Women : (Yale Medical Library, MS. 47 fols. 60r-71v)," edited by M.-R. Hallaert. Brussels : Omirel, UFSAL, 1982. On Manuscript 47.

Green, Monica H. "Obstetrical and Gynecological Texts in Middle English," Studies in the Age of Chaucer 14 (1992), 53-88; reprinted in Women's Healthcare, Essay IV.  Manuscript 47: pp.  53, 60, 74, 77, 79.

Green, Monica and Linne Mooney, "The Sickness of Women" [edition of and commentary on a Middle English gynecological text], in Sex, Aging, and Death in a Medieval Medical Compendium: Trinity College Cambridge MS R.14.52, Its Texts, Language, and Scribe, ed. M. Teresa Tavormina. Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2006, pp. 455-568.  Manuscript 47: pp. 456, n. 1; 458, n. 10; 482-83; ; Manuscript 19 (Gilbertus Anglicus), p. 456 n. 2.

Green, Monica. "Women's Medical Practice and Health Care in Medieval Europe," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 14 (1988-1989), 434-73; reprinted in Monica Green, Women's Healthcare in the Medieval West: Texts and Contexts, Variorum Collected Studies Series, CS680 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), Essay I.  Manuscript 47: pp.  68-71.

Olsan, Lea T. "The of Charms in a Middle English Recipe Collection," ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 18 (2005): 29-35. n Manuscript 47. Includes a list of contents of the manuscript..

Manuscripts: 16th-20th century

Kaplan, Catherine, "Elihu Hubbard Smith's "The Institutions of the Republic of Utopia," Early American Literature, 35 (2000): 294-308, and Elihu Hubbard Smith, "The Utopia," Ibid., 309-336. "The Utopia" was transcribed from the diary of Elihu Hibbard Smith in the Historical Library. It was not included in Elihu Hubbard Smith (see below).

Smith, Elihu Hubbard, The Diary of Elihu Hubbard Smith (1771-1798), ed. James E. Cronin. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1971. The origianl diary in is the Historical Library.

Truelson, Stanley D., Jr. “An Isaac Newton Letter and the Enclosure Movement,” Yale University Library Gazette, 47(1) (July 1972): 10-14.

Peter Parker Collection and Lam Qua Portraits

Bartlett, C .J. “Peter Parker, the Founder of Modern Medical Missions: A Unique Collection of Paintings,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 67 (April 5, 1916): 407-411.

Blake, Eugene M. "Yale's First Opthalmologist--The Reverend Peter Parker, M.D." Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 1931, 3(5): 387-396.

Chang, James. "A reconstructive surgeon's taste in art: Dr. Peter Parker and the Lam Qua oil paintings," Annals of Plastic Surgery, 30 (1993): 468-474.

Connor, Patrick. “Lamqua, Western and Chinese Painter,” Art of Asia, 29 (March-April 1999): 46-64.

Gilman, Sandor L. "Lam Qua and the development of a Westernized medical iconography in China," Medical History, 20 (1986): 57-69.

Gulick, Edward V. Peter Parker and the Opening of China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1973.

Hayot, Eric. Hypothetical mandarin : sympathy, China, and the fate of the modern human. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. Chapter on Peter Parker.

Harvey, Samuel C. “Peter Parker: Initiator of Modern Medicine in China,” Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 8 (1936): 225-241.

Heinrich, Larissa. "Handmaids to the Gospel: Lam Qua's Medical Portraiture," in Tokens of Exchange: The Problem of Translation in Global Circulations, ed. Lydia H. Liu. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999, pp. 239-275.

Heinrich, Larissa. Afterlife of images : translating the pathological body between China and the West. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008.

Hume, Edward H. "Peter Parker and the introduction of anesthesia into China." Journal of the History of Medicine, 1 (1946): 670-674.

Josyph, Peter. From Yale to Canton: The Transcultural Challenge of Lam Qua and Peter Parker [Exhibition catalogue]. Smithtown, NY: Smithtown Township Arts Council, 1992.

Rachman, Stephen. "Memento Morbi: Lam Qua's Paintings, Peter Parker's Patients," Literature and Medicine, 23 (2004): 134-159.

Rachman, Stephen. "Curiosity and Cure: Peter Parker's patients, Lam Qua's portraits," Common-Place (online journal) http://www.common-place.org 4(2) (January 2004)

Roland, Charles G. and Jack D. Key. “Was Peter Parker a Competent Clinician?” Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 53 (1978): 123-127.

Selzer, Richard. "The Grotesques of Lam Qua," and Peter Josyph, "The Missionary Doctor and the Chinese Painter," MD 36(8) (Aug, 1992): 45-48, 51-52, 55-58.

Thomson, Elizabeth H. "Peter Parker: Physician - Missionary - Diplomat." Yale Medicine, Summer 1979, 14(2): 2-5

Clements C. Fry Collection of Prints and Drawings

Wheeler, Susan. Five hundred years of medicine in art : an illustrated catalogue of prints and drawings in the Clements C. Fry Collection in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2001.

Mental Illness Illustrated: From the Clements C. Fry Collection of Medical Prints and Drawings. Pamphlet, 12p. New Haven: Yale Medical Library, 1968.

Individual Prints from the Clements C. Fry Collection

Amdur, M. J. “The Anatomical Theatre, Leiden, as a Kunst- und Wunderkammer (1610). Engraving by William van Swanenburgh (1581-1612) after J. C. Woudanus (van’t Woudt) (1570-1615). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 17 (1962): 188.

Astrow, Alan. “Anxiety-Frustration-Repressed Hostility. An original drawing, painted in gouache, by Boris Artzybasheff. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 35 (1980): 453.

Astrow, A. "A drawing by Charles Addams (b. 1912). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 33 (1978): 74.

Bodurtha, Joann. “A Doctor in Purgatory. Etching with watercolor (1802) by George M. Woodward (1760-1809), London. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 31 (1976): 215.

Bodurtha, Joann. “Magdalen Hospital. Engraved by George Quinton, 1797, after a painting by T. S. Duché. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 34 (1979): 353.

Brooks, Benedict. “Magnetic Dispensary. An engraved caricature by Samuel Collings (fl. 1780-1791). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 20 (1965): 162.

Brunner, Barbara E. "Radiation treatment. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 33 (1978): 550.

Brunner, Barbara E. "A singular operation. An etching by William Nutter, London, after a painting by James Wales (1794). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 34 (1979): 459.

Bynum, Annetta and Bynum, William. “Le Malade Imaginaire. A lithograph by Daniel Maclise. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 24 (1969): 474.

Bynum, Annetta and Bynum, William. "Visit to the Hospital: woodcut by Käthe Kollwitz (ca. 1928). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 24 (1969): 76.

Bynum, William F. “Anatomy Lecture on the Brain. Pen and ink drawing by an unknown 17th century Dutch master. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 23 (1968): 196.

Bynum, William F. “An Old Maid’s Skull Phrenologised. Drawing by E. F. Lambert engraved by F. C. Hunt, circa 1830. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 23 (1968): 386.

Calagan, Jennifer Lynne. "The conjoined twins born near Worms, 1495. Woodcut by an unknown artist, from a pamphlet by Sebastian Brant. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 38 (1983): 450-451.

Carty, Michael A. R. “The Examination, of a Young Surgeon. Hand-colored etching by George Cruikshank, from The Scourge (1811). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 36 (1981): 214.

Cassidy, E. P. “Paracentesis and Distillation. A caricature by Theodor de Bry (1528-1598). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 19 (1964): 295.

Cohen, D. J. “Sick Man Surrounded by Physicians, Saints, and Demons. A woodcut from the Ars Moriendi, by an anonymous German artist, late 15th century. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 18 (1963): 173.

Danoff, D. S. “L’Emaillattement (Binding of Newborn Child). An engraving by Tavernier after Abraham Bosse (1602-1676). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 17 (1962): 402.

Einstein, Eric B. "The Leech Gatherers. Aquatint by George Walker; engraved by Robert Havell. Printed by Robinson and Sons, Leeds, 1814. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 33 (1978): 214.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Cesarean Operation. From the Armamentarium Chirurgicum by J. Scultetus (1666). Engraved by Jonas Arnold. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 27 (1972): 206.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Chelsea Pensioners. Original watercolor by Isaac Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 26 (1971): 93.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Cimetière du Bourg St Esprit. Lithograph by Villain of the drawing of Thomas (French, early 19th century). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 31 (1976): 67.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Death Too Many for the Doctor. Drawing by S. Collings; engraved by F. Jukes; published by R. Pollard (14 February 1803). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 24 (1969): 335.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Dissecting Room. Etching by William Strang (1884). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 25 (1970): 76.

Foster, John Watkins Jr. “Members of the Vegetarian Society. Lithograph by Cham (1853). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 29 (1974): 107.

Fournier, Nandor. “The Surgeons Petition, or the Barbers Triumphant. An engraving by George Moutard Woodward (1760?-1809). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 22 (1967): 317.

Frank, Julia Bess. "Le gout du jour. Paris, circa 1800. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 31(1976): 460.

Frank, Julia Bess. “The Surgeon and the Surgeon’s Wife. Engraving by Martin Engelbrecht (1684-1756), Augsburg. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 30 (1975): 164.

Freshwater, M. Felix. “The Good Samaritan. Designed by Gerard de Jode; probably engraved by Hans Collaert. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 26 (1971): 438.

Freshwater, M. Felix. “La Pharmacie Rustique. Sketched by Gottfried Locher in 1774; engraved by Barthelemi Hübner in 1775. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 25 (1970): 477.

Gariepy, Thomas P. "Doublûres of character. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 34 (1979): 80.

Gariepy, Thomas P.. "Hyacum, et lues venerea. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 36 (1981): 325.

Gibbons, P. D. “Death Stalking the Young Woman. An engraving by Hans Sebald Beham (1500-1550). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 19 (1964): 66.

Gibbons, P. D. "Lunatic's ball: a lithograph by Katharine Drake (English, 19th century). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 21 (1966): 184.

Handelsman, A. "Der gantzen Artzenei. Title page of a medical text by Johann Dryander (Frankfurt am Main, Christian Egenolph, 1542). Woodcut attributed to Hans Brosamer. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 32 (1977): 72.

Holcomb, H. S. 3d. "Electrotherapy. A wood engraving by Daniel Urrabieta y Vierge (1851-1904). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 22 (1967): 180-181.

Katz, L. J. "Der Marktschreier. The Quack Doctor. Engraving by William French after a painting by Gerard Dou. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 32 (1977): 422.

Lach, E. "The circumcision of the child on the eighth day ... An anonymous engraving after a design by Bernard Picart. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 37 (1982): 221.

Manuelidis, Laura. "Kopster: an etching by Cornelius Dusart (1660-1704). New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," J. Hist. Med. Allied Sci. 22 (1967): 82.

Manuelidis, Laura,. “Imagination: A Lithograph by Honoré Daumier (1808-1879), New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 10 (1965): p. 405 and facing image.

Menden, J. F. "Reduction of a dislocated joint. Artist unknown. Early- to mid-nineteenth century. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 26 (1971): 204.

Nolan, E. "Children's Ward. Lithograph by Robert Riggs, ca. 1940-45. New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 37 (1982): 322.

Parker, R. G. "Print from a copper engraving, 1578, by Cornelis Cort after a drawing by Jan van der Straet, 1573, New Haven, Yale Medical Library, Clements C. Fry Collection," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 38 (1983): 76-77.

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