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Preparation of this data base was made possible in part by the financial support of the

National Institute of Chiropractic Research

2950 North Seventh Street, Suite 200, Phoenix AZ 85014 USA (602) 224-0296; www.nicr.org

Chirobituaries

filename: Chirobituaries 04/05/16

Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D. 6135 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85012-1232 USA (602) 264-3182; JCKeating@aol.com

word count: 71,769 Color Code: Red & Magenta: questionable or uncertain information Green: for emphasis; Blue: not yet abstracted

Year

Vol

.

Year

Vol

1941

10

1951

21

1942

11

1952

22

1943

12

1953

23

1944

14

1954

24

1945

15

1955

25

1946

16

1956

26

1947

17

1957

27

1948

18

1958

28

1949

19

1959

29

1950

20

1960

30

Year/Volume Index to the Journal of the National Chiropractic Association (1949-1963), formerly National Chiropractic Journal (1939-1948), formerly The Chiropractic Journal (1933-1938), formerly Journal of the International Chiropractic Congress (1931- 1932) and Journal of the National Chiropractic Association (1930-

31 32 33

1933

1

1934

3

1935

4

1936

5

1937

6

1938

7

1939

8

1940

9

.

Year

Vol

.

1961 1962 1963

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Other Resources:

1932): Year

Vol

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2003 (Mar 27):

forwarded

from

Glenda

Wiese

(WIESE_G@palmer.edu):

  • -----

    Original Message-----

From: Stephen E. Novak [mailto:sen13@columbia.edu] Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 2:20 PM Subject: Alumni Obituary Database

Archives and Special Collections at Columbia University's Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the addition of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Obituary Database to its web page. It contains approximately 5,700 death notices that have appeared in "P&S," the medical school's alumni magazine, as well as in the "Columbia Alumni Bulletin" (1911-1957). Obituaries dating from 1911 to the present are included, with 1850 being the earliest class represented.

To access the database please click on: http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/library/archives/archdbs.html

Besides P&S alumni, entries for some P&S faculty members, and for recipients of Columbia's Doctor of Medical Science degree (MSD),

(212) 305-7931; FAX: (212) 305-6097 URL: http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/library/archives/index.html ___________________________________________

1905 (Nov 9, Thursday): DD's fourth wife, Villa, dies in Davenport (Gielow, 1981, p. 99; Rehm, 1980, p. 271); according to the Davenport Democrat & Leader (p. 8): MRS. DR. PALMER DIES SUDDENLY Took Overdose of Morphine at Early Hour This Morning Her Death Followed at 8:30 O’Clock at the Family Residence, 1518 Rock Island Street Mrs. Alvilla Palmer, wife of Dr. D.D. Palmer, the well known president of the Palmer Infirmary and School of Chiropractic, died suddenly this morning at 8:30 o’clock at the family home, 1518 Rock Island street. A sad it was occasioned by se of morphine, she swallowing a full grain of the deadly drug and her death following shortly thereafter. Mrs. Palmer has been in poor health for many years, during a large portion of which she was might be called an invalid. She not only worried over her ills but suffered greatly by reason thereof. Some years ago she figured in a runaway accident while driving a team of ponies, at which time she suffered a fracture of the spine. The maiden name of the deceased was Alvilla Thomas. She was a great niece of General George Thomas, one of the brave leaders in the Revolutionary war, and this spirit of patriotism which took such an early root in the family, was inherited by the deceased. She was married to Dr. Palmer in Rock Island 18 years ago and possessed a large circle of acquaintances in the Tri-Cities who will be grieved to learn of her death. Coroner Lambach was notified of Mrs. Palmer’s sudden death and decided to hold an inquest late this afternoon. Mrs. Palmer was an active member of the Women’s Relief Corps and the funeral will be held under their auspices from the late home on Rock Island street at 9 o’clock Saturday morning. All members of the W.R.C. order in the Tri-Cities are cordially invited to attend. Interment will take place at Riverside cemetery in Moline, where a father, mother and brother lie buried in the family plot.

Doctor

of

Philosophy

degree

(Ph.D.)

and

Certificate

in

c1911?: Eva Marsh DC dies (Ritter, 1991)

Psychoanalytical Medicine (PSY) are also included. be updated quarterly.

The database will

The database was designed by Theresa Collins, Ph.D., Archival Consultant, with the information being entered by Thomas Leiner, Archives Technician.

For more information, please contact: Stephen E. Novak, Head, Archives & Special Collections Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library, Columbia University 701 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032

1913 (Oct 22): Los Angeles Times reports: After Six Weeks. __________ Dead From Blow of Son’s Auto __________ FOUNDER OF “CHIROPRACTIC PASSES IN THIS CITY __________

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