This page highlights the two different Green Books labelled Volume 37.
The descriptions are a summary taken from the article, Bibliography of Green Books in Print, 1906-1985.
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The glory of going on. 1st ed. Bartlett Joshua Palmer. Davenport, IA: Palmer School of Chiropractic, 1961. illus.; photos; 255 pp. Volume 37 on spine. Table of Contents pp. 254-255. No Index. Frontpiece: B.J. Palmer.
This 1961 text deals with the history of B.J. Palmer and chiropractic. Included is information on Innate and spinal subluxation as related to life and health.
Healing hands: the story of the Palmer family, discoverers and developers of chiropractic. 1st ed. Joseph Edward Maynard. Freeport, Long Island, NY: Jonorm Publishing Company, 1959. illus.; photos: xii, 365 pp. Volume 37 on spine. No Table of Contents. No Index. Frontpiece: D.D. Palmer and B.J. Palmer. Printed in New York by American Book Stratford Press, Inc.
This 1959 text conveys the knowledge of the value of chiropractic and gives understanding of the role chiropractic plays in healing the sick. Included is information on the history of chiropractic and the Palmer family, chiropractic philosophy and science, Innate intelligence, the nervous system, body functions, and cause of disease.
Healing hands: the story of the Palmer family, discoverers and developers of chiropractic. 2nd ed. Joseph Edward Maynard. Mobile, AL: Jonorm Publishers. 1977. illus.; photos; xx, 407. No Volume number on spine. Table of Contents pp. vii-ix. No Index. Brown cover. "Special limited autographed ed."
This is a 1977 revision of the 1959 text with additional information on the Palmer Printing Plant; WHO and WOC Communications; and additional photographs.
Different editions/printings:1959, 1977