Albert Whiteley notebooks 1838-1839 Whiteley, Albert notebooks


Albert Whiteley notebooks 1838-1839 Whiteley, Albert notebooks

Albert Whiteley of Columbia County, Maryland, compiled these two notebooks while a student at Jefferson Medical College between 1837 and 1839. He recorded detailed lecture notes from numerous physicians on topics such as surgery, anatomy, obstetrics, general medicine, and chemistry.

2 volumes



SNAC Resource ID: 6391112

William L. Clements Library

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