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This page highlights the two different Green Books labelled Volume 14.

The descriptions are a summary taken from the article, Bibliography of Green Books in Print, 1906-1985.

To see any of these materials, you can come visit our reading room, located on the 1st floor of the library.

 

Volume 14: 1st Edition

Chiropractic textbook.1st ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1927. illus.; charts; tables; xxxiv, 396 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 385-396. Frontpiece: Ralph W. Stephenson. Printed in Chicago by R.R. Donnelley and Sons Co., Lakeside Press.

This 1927 text, written for chiropractic classroom use, describes what chiropractic is, does, how, and why. Included are sections for each semester of study with material on chiropractic philosophy, the nervous system, Innate, spinal subluxations, cycles, functions, the Meric System, poisons, and thesis writing.

 

Volume 14: 2nd Edition

Chiropractic textbook. 2nd ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1927. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1927 printing of the original 1927 text with an additional section (pp. 385-401) on the occipito-atlanto-axial region based upon the B.J. Palmer Chiropractic Clinic studies. The added chapter is written by Galen R. Price.

 

Volume 14: 3rd Edition

Chiropractic textbook. 3rd ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: the author. 1946. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1946 reprint of the 1927 second edition.

 

Volume 14: 4th Edition

Chiropractic textbook. 4th ed. Ralph W. Stephenson. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1948. illus.; charts; tables; xxiv, 414 pp. Volume 14 on spine. 1927 on spine. No Table of Contents. Index pp. 403-414. Frontpiece: Ralph W. Stephenson. Printed in Davenport by PSC Press.

This is a 1948 reprint of the 1927 second edition.

 

Volume 14: 1st Edition

The spirit of P.S.C., a story based on facts gleaned at the chiropractic fountain head.1st ed. James Leroy Nixon. Davenport, IA: sine nomine, 1920. illus.; photos; 199 pp. Volume 14 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: James Leroy Nixon and B.J. Palmer.

With a narrative approach, this 1920 text gives a description of the Palmer School of Chiropractic life; the extent of its educational resources; the personal characteristics of its faculty; the scope of its curriculum; the character of the student body; and the results of its applications in the health field.

 

Chiropractic Text Book

Different editions/printings: 1927, 1946 and 1948.

 

Spirit of P.S.C.

Different editions and printings: 1920.

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