Finding Aid for the Collection of Medical School Lecture Notes Biomed.0391
Finding aid prepared by Courtney Dean, 2020.
UCLA Library Special Collections
Online finding aid last updated 2020 December 4.
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: Collection of medical school lecture notes
Source: Palinurus Antiquarian Books
Identifier/Call Number: Biomed.0391
Physical Description: 1 unknown (6 gatherings)
Date (inclusive): 1846-1851
Language of Material: Materials are in English.
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Purchased from Palinurus Antiquarian Books, 16 December 2011.
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UCLA Catalog Record ID: 6845060
Handwritten lectures on auscultation, percussion, inspection, and history of anatomy, written in a clear hand in ink on lined paper, from October 1846 at an unidentified institution by an unattributed author. A single page, written in pencil, is dated 26 October 1851. The manuscript appears to be transcripts of lectures to be delivered to a medical school class by the speaker, with cross-outs and corrections; some lectures begin with the salutation, "Gentlemen". Lecture IV pertains to percussion and auscultation. The November 17th lecture is a welcome to medical studies and a history and outline of the study of anatomy.
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Palinurus Antiquarian Books