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Call number Item
R Medicine (Go to start of category)
RV-RZ Botanic and Alternative Medicine (Go to start of category)
RV Botanic, Thomsonian, and Eclectic Medicine (Go to start of category)
RV3 .C6 [Info] A Guide to Health, Being an Exposition of the Principles of the Thomsonian System of Practice, and Their Mode of Application in the Cure of Every Form of Disease (1846 edition), by Benjamin Colby (text and PDF with commentary at
RV3 .C838 [Info] Discussions Between Several Members of the Regular Medical Faculty, and the Thomsonian Botanic Physicians, on the Comparative Merits of Their Respective Systems (Columbus, OH: Printed by J. Phillips, 1836), by Alva Curtis
RV3 .T52 [Info] The Thomsonian Materia Medica, or, Botanic Family Physician: Comprising a Philosophical Theory, the Natural Organization and Assumed Principles of Animal and Vegetable Life; To Which Are Added the Description of Plants and Their Various Compounds (12th edition; Albany: Printed by J. Munsell, 1841), by Samuel Thomson, ed. by John Thomson
RV5 .C64 1963 [Info] Nature's Healing Agents: The Medicines of Nature (or the Natura System) (Philadelphia: Dorrance and Co., c1963), by R. Swinburne Clymer (page images at HathiTrust)
RV5 .S78 [Info] In Defense of Medical Botany (third edition, c1891), by William Martin Starr
RV8 .T5 L6 [Info] Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson, and a History of the Thomsonian Materia Medica, As Shown in "The New Guide to Health" (1835), and the Literature of That Day (1909), by John Uri Lloyd and Samuel Thomson (PDF at
RV41 .T45 [Info] The Eclectic Practice of Medicine (second edition; Cincinnati: Scudder Brothers, 1907), by Rolla L. Thomas (PDF files with commentary at
RV71 .F5 [Info] Biographies of John King, M. D., Andrew Jackson Howe, A. B., M. D., and John Milton Scudder, M. D. (1912; includes historical sketch of Eclectic Medical Institute), by Harvey Wickes Felter, contrib. by John Uri Lloyd
RV365 .K53 1855 [Info] American Eclectic Obstetrics (Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys and Co., 1855), by John King
RV365 .K53 1871 [Info] American Eclectic Obstetrics (second edition revised and enlarged; Cincinnati: Wilstach, Baldwin and Co., 1871), by John King
RV401 .L7 [Info] The Eclectic Alkaloids, Resins, Resinoids, Oleo-Resins and Concentrated Principles (1910), by John Uri Lloyd (PDF at
RV401 .P48 [Info] Materia Medica and Clinical Therapeutics (c1905), by Fred J. Petersen (PDF files with commentary at
RV403 .W5 [Info] Useful Prescriptions (Cincinnati: Lloyd Brothers, 1935), by Cloyce Wilson (PDF at
RV431 .K53 1859 [Info] The American Dispensatory (fifth edition; Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys and Co., 1859), by John King
RV431 .K53 1909 [Info] King's American Dispensatory (19th edition, 4th revision, in 2 volumes; Cincinnati: Ohio Valley Co., 1909), by Harvey Wickes Felter and John Uri Lloyd, contrib. by John King (page images at HathiTrust)
RX Homeopathy (Go to start of category)
RX51 .H5 [Info] A Concise View of the Rise and Progress of Homoeopathic Medicine (Philadelphia: Printed for the Hahnemannean Society, 1833), by Constantine Hering, trans. by Charles French Matlack (multiple formats at Google)
RX61 .B8 [Info] The Pioneers of Homoeopathy (Philadelphia: Boericke and Tafel, 1897), ed. by Thomas Lindsley Bradford (multiple formats at
RX66 .H2 H3 [Info] Samuel Hahnemann: His Life and Work, Based on Recently Discovered State Papers, Documents, Letters, &c. (2 volumes; London: Homeopathic Pub. Co., ca. 1922), by Richard Haehl, ed. by John Henry Clarke and F. J. Wheeler, trans. by Marie L. Wheeler and W. H. R. Grundy
RX66 .W4 P3 [Info] Memorial of Dr. William Wesselhöft; To Which is Added, His Last Address to the Homoeopathic Association (Boston: N. C. Peabody, 1859), by Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, contrib. by William Wesselhöft
RX68 .H3 [Info] Materia Medica Pura, by Samuel Hahnemann (HTML with commentary at
RX68 .O5 1869 [Info] Samuel Hahnemann's Organon of Homoeopathic Medicine (fourth American edition; New York: W. Radde, et al., 1869), by Samuel Hahnemann, contrib. by Constantine Hering and Samuel Stratten (multiple formats at
RX68 .O513 [Info] Organon of Medicine (5th and 6th editions), by Samuel Hahnemann, trans. by Robert Ellis Dudgeon and William Boericke (frame-dependent HTML at
RX71 .D7 1882 [Info] Dr. Arthur Lutze's Lehrbuch der Homöopathie (10th edition, in German; Köthen: Verlag der Lutze'schen Klinik, 1882), ed. by Arthur Lutze (page images at HathiTrust)
RX71 .R6 [Info] Text-Book of Homeopathic Theory and Practice of Medicine (Philadelphia: Boericke and Tafel, 1923), by George Royal (page images at HathiTrust)
RX75 .C37 [Info] Some Clinical Experiences of Erastus E. Case, M.D.: Hartford, Conn. (Ansonia, CT: Emerson Pub. Co., 1916), by E. E. Case (page images at HathiTrust)

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