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D.D. Palmer: Authored by D.D.

D.D. Palmer

The D.D. Palmer broadsides refer to a small collection of oversized journals that D.D. produced from the 1880s-1900s. The only known copies in existence run from 1896 until 1902. In these broadsides, D.D. Palmer promotes his services and promises to inform the reader “How to get well and keep well without using poisonous drugs.” The first issue has the title "Magnetic Cure" and changed name to "The Chiropractic" by March 1897.

We have the following volumes availible in Special Collections: 

The Magnetic Cure, No. 15, January 1896, p.1-4

The Chiropractic, No. 17, January 1897, p.1-4

The Chiropractic, No. 18, March 1897

The Chiropractic, No. 19, March 1899

The Chiropractic, No. 26, 1900, p.1-4

The Chiropractic, No. 29, 1902, p.1-4

These are now available as digital editions, which are searchable.

D.D. Palmer

Cover of The Chiropractic

 This is the front cover of The Chiropractic (1899), a publication which documented D.D. Palmer's first patients and students.

 Photographs are copyrighted by Palmer College of Chiropractic. For permission to use, contact us.