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Green Books: Volume 10

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This page highlights the different editions of Volume 10.

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 10: 1st Edition

Text on chiropractic spinography. 1st ed. Ernest Archibald
Thompson.1918

Volume 10: 2nd Edition

Text on chiropractic spinography. 2nd ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1919. illus.; tables; 194 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7. Index pp. 191-194. Frontpiece: E.A. Thompson.

This 1919 second edition text deals with the use of X-ray and its application to the study of spinal segments and their juxtaposition. Included are sections on X-ray discovery, physical properties, protection, plate reading, equipment, physics, patient placement, and developing procedures.

Volume 10: 3rd Edition

Text on chiropractic spinography. 3rd ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author, 1921. illus.; tables; 346 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 5-7. Index pp. 343-348.

This is a 1921 revision of the 1919 second edition with new material on subjects previously covered, particularly on X-ray equipment, physics, and body exposures.

Volume 10: 4th Edition

Text on chiropractic spinography. 4th ed. Ernest Archibald Thompson. Davenport, IA: the author 1923. illus.; tables: 426 pp. Volume 10 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 7-11. Index pp. 421-426.

This is a 1923 revision of the 1921 third edition with a more in-depth application of X-ray to the spine and chiropractic. Included is new material on equipment, physics, protection, and exposures.

Chiropractic Spinography

Chiropractic Spinography

Different editions/printings: 1918, 1919, 1921 and 1923.