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    • “To Your Tents, O Israel!” and “Let Us Pray”

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Philosophy; Still, Andrew Taylor -- Religion; Still, Andrew Taylor -- Metaphors; Soul; Chemistry; Minerals; Prayer; Biblical metaphors; Balaam’s Ass; Jericho; Abraham Lincoln
    • Set of documents relating to two essays by Andrew Taylor Still: “To Your Tents, O Israel!” and “Let Us Pray.” The set comprises a 1904 pamphlet containing both essays, along with separate handwritten drafts and later edited typescripts for...
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    • …Despise not the day of small things…

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor – Philosophy; Osteopathic Medicine; Erysipelas; Tuberculosis
    • Medical treatise (n.d.) in which Andrew Taylor Still returns to a favorite theme: reasoning from effect to cause to determine the origin of the disease. As examples, he outlines the processes by which a slipped rib progresses to erysipelas and an...
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    • & say Let thy angels __ should I make a mockery of that teaching?…

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Angels
    • Essay (n.d." continued from another document; the content is too fragmentary to provide clear understanding. Still conversing on theological subjects, received a shock and a message from an unknown source requesting him to “carry our flag.” In...
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    • [Bohon], Grace  - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Denslow, Mary Jane Laughlin; Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.)
    • Condolence message (1918 Jan 23), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from Grace [Bohon], apparently a personal friend and a fellow member of the P.E.O. The Philanthropic Educational...
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    • [Cheney] - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Denslow, Mary Jane Laughlin
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 13), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from [Cheney], a personal friend. "Mary Jane" refers to Mary Jane Laughlin (Denslow), three-year-old daughter of...
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    • [Differential diagnosis?]

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathy; American School of Osteopathy; Osteopathic Education; Osteopathic Medicine -- Diagnosis; Osteopathic Medicine -- Examination Protocols
    • Teaching materials (n.d.) for special diagnosis/special pathology, with a detailed list of points or questions to be covered in examining a patient. Information is to be gathered systematically by means of patient history, visual examination,...
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    • [Jain], E. Florence - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Andrew Taylor -- Spiritualism; Laughlin, Blanche Still
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from E. Florence [Jain]. The writer is unidentified but may be a former patient, as she sends the letter in care...
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    • [Orschel Family] - Letter from Andrew Taylor Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Friends; Orschel, Thekla (Mrs. Herman); Orschel, Herman; Morris, Sol; Morris, Annie (Mrs. Sol)
    • Letter [1899 Feb 7] from A.T. Still to [the Orschel family] of Chicago. Still tells these friends about the weather in Kirksville, and reports on the recent graduation at the American School of Osteopathy. He says he overdid it at the end of the...
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    • [Wisconsin Osteopathic Association] - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Elton, Edwin J.; Still, Mabel Jones; Wisconsin Osteopathic Association
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from the [Wisconsin Osteopathic Association]. The sender’s initials may have been mistyped; Edwin J. Elton was a member of the...
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    • ".heart is wholly responsible for the delivery of all blood

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Medicine; Circulatory System; Heart Disease; Aneurysm; Arteries; Color Blindness
    • Medical treatise (1909 Feb 25) on the role of obstructions in the circulatory system in causing heart disease, aneurysms, and other conditions such as color blindness.
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    • ".similarity of prostatitis in man and Bartholinitis in woman."

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Prostatitis; Bartholinitis
    • Medical treatise (n.d.) on the causes of prostatitis and bartholinitis. Still says that the root cause for both is displacements in the lower spine, resulting in distortions and pressures throughout the pelvic region, and that anyone with a...
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    • ""Andrew Taylor Still"" by Hezzie Carter Purdom, D.O.

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Charles Edward; Purdom, Hezzie Carter (Moore); Purdom, Theodosia E. (Muzzie); Still, Mary Elvira Turner; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Laughlin, George Mark; Osteopathic Medicine -- Early History; American School of...
    • Speech (1936 Jan) by Hezzie Carter Purdom (Moore), D.O.; typed; part of a set of reminiscences of Andrew Taylor Still collected by Still's eldest son Charles (see http://www.atsu.edu/museum/collections/pdfs/finding_aids/CharlesStillCollection.pdf)....
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    • ""Dr. A.T. Still"" by George W. Riley, D.O.

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Charles Edward; Riley, G.W. (George Washington); American Osteopathic Association -- Conventions; Lane, Michael A.; Cabot, Richard Clarke; Cannon, Walter Bradford; Carrel, Alexis; Duffell, Richard E.; Fosdick,...
    • Speech (1938 Jul 14) by George W. Riley, D.O.; typed; part of a set of reminiscences of Andrew Taylor Still collected by Still's eldest son Charles (see http: //www.atsu.edu/museum/collections/pdfs/finding_aids/CharlesStillCollection.pdf). The...
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    • ""Dr. Still and Osteopathy"" by Mrs. A.D. Risdon

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Charles Edward; Risdon, Julia E. Mitchell; Risdon, A.D. (Mrs.)
    • Song lyrics (n.d.) by Mrs. A.D. Risdon; typed; part of a set of reminiscences of Andrew Taylor Still collected by Still's eldest son Charles (see http://www.atsu.edu/museum/collections/pdfs/finding_aids/CharlesStillCollection.pdf). The piece...
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    • ""Dr. Still's Challenge - Osteopathy's Response"" by H.G. Swanson, D.O.

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor) -- Inventions; Still, Charles Edward; Swanson, H.G.; American Osteopathic Association
    • Speech [1930s] by H.G. Swanson, D.O.; typed. The author was dean of the Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery from 1926-40 and a member of the KCOS Class of 1931; for more about Swanson's career, see Walter, The First School of Osteopathic...
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    • "A Time for All Things" (re use of vibrators)

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Medicine --Adjuncts and Equipment; Vibrators
    • Essay (1904 Jul 29) against osteopaths' use of vibrators and other adjuncts (a term Still uses elsewhere to mean hydropathy, surgery, and other therapeutic modalities). Still says first that anyone who knows anatomy knows that normally functioning...
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    • "Uncle Ollie" - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Sullivan, Joseph H.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from Uncle Ollie. The identity of the writer is not known. “Dr. Sullivan” probably refers to Joseph H. Sullivan, who had...
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    • A [college] education is of no value to an Osteopath…

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Bush, Ida Ellis; Osteopathic Education
    • Draft statement [early 1900s] signed by Ida Ellis Bush, D.O., a member of the American School of Osteopathy Class of 1904 and one of A.T. Still’s frequent assistants. Bush says that osteopaths have no use for a college education but rely on...
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    • A book of the kind we will make wants time a plenty…

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Books; Robinson, Robert; Hymns
    • Fragment (n.d.) about a planned book. Still emphasizes that it will take time to create a work of acceptable quality. The lines at the top and bottom of the page are in two different handwritings; the words at the bottom are the title/first line of...
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    • A Gem (Written on receipt of a present of a knife)

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Knives; Still, Andrew Taylor -- Metaphors
    • Essay (n.d.) in which Andrew Taylor Still reflects on the gift of a knife. Still employs a number of metaphors to poetically praise the qualities of "a greater gem than all Diamonds, Sapphires, [and] Rubies"--the "gem" is presumably steel--the...
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    • A knowledg of Chemistry gives the student."

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathy; Chemistry; American School of Osteopathy; Osteopathic Education
    • Essay [1904] about the importance of having osteopathic students learn chemistry. Still compares the human body to a chemical laboratory in which food is converted into blood, bone, and other body components . Students who understand this process...
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    • A Phylosopher is a ‘fool’

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Education; Nature; Wisdom; Lungs; Pneumonia; Tuberculosis
    • Lecture notes, ca. 1906 Jul 31, apparently dictated (some handwriting is not Still’s) for a talk to the [American School of Osteopathy] dissecting class. Still talks about the ignorance of humans and the wisdom and perfection of nature as an...
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    • A.T. Still Osteopathic Association of California - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; A.T. Still Osteopathic Association (California); Olds-Haight, Nettie; Haight-Stingle, Nettie
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 14); typed, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin (not hyphenated as in letter) from the A.T. Still Osteopathic Association of California, a regional professional...
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    • A.T. Still Osteopathic Association of Massachusetts - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Goode, George W.; A.T. Still Osteopathic Association of Massachusetts
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles from the A.T. Still Osteopathic Association of Massachusetts. George W. Goode was a 1905 graduate of the American School of Osteopathy.
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    • A.T. Still Research Institute - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Burns, Louisa; A.T. Still Research Institute
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles E. Still from the A.T. Still Research Institute. The sender, Louisa Burns, was a prominent osteopathic researcher, educator, and author. She...
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    • Abdomen Anatomy and Physiology Lecture

    • American School of Osteopathy; Osteopathic Medicine; Osteopathic Education; Anatomy Education; Abdomen -- Anatomy and Physiology; Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor)
    • Lecture (ca. 1907?) on the anatomy and physiology of the abdomen. The lectures are part of a set of related lectures on abdominal structures and diseases (listed in the table of contents on p01) are found in 2009.10.416 - 2009.10.418. They were...
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    • Abnormal and Normal Mentality

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Mental Illness; Suicide
    • Medical treatise (n.d.) on suicide as a manifestation of an abnormal mentality. Rather than viewing suicide as sinful or criminal, the author—presumed to be Andrew Taylor Still—attributes it to an inability of the “depleted” mind to control...
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    • Abortion is the greatest crime on earth."

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Abortion; Censorship
    • Essay (n.d.) in which Still condemns abortion, then says anyone who hinders the birth and growth of an idea is also an abortionist.
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    • Adjuncts (An Osteopath is a man who knows…)

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Medicine -- Adjuncts and Equipment
    • Essay (n.d.) in which Andrew Taylor Still argues against osteopaths’ use of adjuncts, a term he uses to mean therapeutic modalities such as hydropathy and surgery and the use of special equipment such as vibrators. Still writes that true...
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    • Affidavit of Andew Taylor Still re military service

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Kansas State Militia; Cass County Missouri Home Guards; Civil War Records; Civil War Medicine; Civil War Pension Claims; Nugent, Andrew J.; Henry, B.F.; Earhart, W.P.; Fort...
    • Military records - Affidavit (1877 Dec 17) made by A.T. Still before the County Clerk of Adair County, Missouri, regarding his military service dates and role. Still writes part of the affidavit himself, clarifying that, although he was listed as a...
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    • Affidavit of Andrew Taylor Still appealing rejection of pension claim

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Kansas State Militia; Civil War Records; Civil War Medicine; Civil War Pension Claims; Battle of the Border; Curtis, Samuel R.; Carney, Thomas; Matthews, Richard S.; Adair...
    • Military records - Affidavit (1885 Jun 19) made by A.T. Still to appeal the denial of his application for a pension. The point of contention was whether Still's enlistment in various militia companies qualified as service in the army of the United...
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    • Affidavit of Edward C. Still  in support of Andew Taylor Still's pension

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Kansas State Militia; Civil War Records; Civil War Medicine; Civil War Pension Claims; Still, Edward Cox; Love, James M.; Macon, Missouri; Macon County, Missouri
    • Military records - Affidavit (1878 Jan 21) made by Dr. Edward Cox Still before the County Clerk of Macon County, Missouri, giving his professional opinion that A.T. Still was in “good sound physical health, free from rupture” at the time of...
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    • Affidavit of James M. Still  in support of Andew Taylor Still's pension

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Kansas State Militia; Civil War Records; Civil War Medicine; Civil War Pension Claims; Still, James Moore; Eudora, Kansas
    • Military records - Affidavit (1878 Mar 19) made by Dr. James Moore Still, stating that A. T. Still contracted rupture “of the right and left sides” and heart disease in 1864 while serving in the 21st Regiment of the Kansas State Militia. The...
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    • Affidavit of Louis F. Green in support of Andrew Taylor Still's pension (draft?)

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Kansas State Militia; Missouri Home Guards; Cass County, Missouri; Civil War Records; Civil War Pension Claims; Green, Louis F.; Nugent, Andrew; Sturgis, Samuel D.; Lane, James...
    • Military records - Affidavit draft (1885 Sep) prepared by A.T. Still for Louis F. Green, former chaplain of Still's unit of the Missouri Home Guards, in support of Still's pension appeal; also pertinent regulations copied by Still and a note...
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    • American Osteopathic Association - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Riley, G.W.; Chiles, H.L.; McConnell, Carl Philip; American Osteopathic Association
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from the American Osteopathic Association. The AOA president and secretary (both alumni of the American School of Osteopathy)...
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    • American School of Osteopathy Class of June 1918 - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Strowd, Esther Taft; American School of Osteopathy -- Class of 1918 June
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from the Class of June 1918 of the American School of Osteopathy.
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    • American School of Osteopathy Class of June 1921 - Letter to George and Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Laughlin, George Mark; Patrick, Tracy M.; American School of Osteopathy -- Class of 1921 June
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 13), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter, Blanche Still Laughlin, and her husband George from the freshman class of the American School of Osteopathy. At the time of Still's...
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    • American School of Osteopathy Record Book, 1894 - 1898

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); American School of Osteopathy -- Board of Trustees; Still, Charles Edward; Still, Harry Mix; Still, Herman Taylor; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Still, Mary Elvira Turner; Still, Summerfield Saunders; Still, Thomas Abram;...
    • Record book containing minutes (1894 Nov-1898 Dec) of the Board of Trustees of the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville, Missouri. The first meeting took place shortly after the school filed a new charter under Missouri laws governing...
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    • American School of Osteopathy Record Book, 1897 - 1900

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); American School of Osteopathy -- Faculty; American School of Osteopathy -- Class of 1898; American School of Osteopathy -- Class of 1899; Associated Colleges of Osteopathy; American Association for the Advancement of...
    • Record book (1897 Sep-1900 Jan) of the Faculty of the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville, Missouri. The contents include meeting minuets, Faculty Bylaws and the minutes of one meeting of the Associated Colleges of Osteopathy (ACO;...
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    • American School of Osteopathy Record Book, 1903 - 1924

    • American School of Osteopathy; American School of Osteopathy -- Finances; American School of Osteopathy -- Governance; Osteopathy -- History; Osteopathic Education; Andrew Taylor Still College of Osteopathy and Surgery; Des Moines Still College of...
    • Record book (1903-1924) from the Board of Directors / Trustees of the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville, Missouri. The material falls into three groups: Part A (12 pp) consists of official documents and Board minutes from the years 1903 -...
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    • American School of Osteopathy Record Book, 1982

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Charles Edward; Still, Mary Elvira; Still, Harry Mix; Ward, Marcus L.; Smith, William; Davis, A.P.; Porter, William T.; Bolles, Jenette Hubbard (Nettie); Falor, Elias; Still, Andrew Taylor -- Philosophy; American...
    • Record book of the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri (1892); content in three sections: Article of Incorporation and Bylaws; Board of Director Minutes; Statement of purpose. Separate descriptions and subject headings are provided...
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    • An MD can assert…

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Bolles, Jenette Hubbard (Nettie)
    • Message [ca. 1894?] in which Still tells students at the American School of Osteopathy not to rely on each other for information, as the reasoning powers of the “embryo osteopath” are not fully formed yet. Instead, they should come to him or...
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    • Anatomy in the Pullpit

    • Still, A. T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathy; American School of Osteopathy;" Anatomy; Religion
    • Essay (n.d.) in which Still gently mocks ministers who talk of the perfection of God's work without offering proof. Still says the proof is in the human body, which is perfect in its design and which God intended for the soul's indwelling. He...
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    • Anatomy in the Pulpit

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Religion; God
    • Essay (n.d.) in which Andrew Taylor Still says that assertions about the perfection of God should not be based on theory alone; the proof exists in the human body as revealed in the study of anatomy. Still says ministers should enlighten their...
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    • Andrew Taylor Still's Furnace Burner Invention

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Inventions; Furnaces; Gregg, W. B.; Still, Charles Edward; Taylor, Clarence W.
    • Set of six letters (1908 Jul 13–1909 Apr 20) relating to Andrew Taylor Still’s design for a smokeless furnace burner. The burner was designed to deflect and concentrate the heat in such a way that coal (and possibly oil) would burn hotter and...
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    • Anna has played ball many days… & List of medical topics

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Poetry by; Tuberculosis --Causes
    • Essays, sketches, and notes by Andrew Taylor Still, as well as interview notes by a Chicago newspaper reporter. Curiously, these items were all written in the same tablet of paper, with Still even adding to the interview notes. When the tablet was...
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    • Apply your knowledge

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Education; American School of Osteopathy
    • Essays, sketches, and notes by Andrew Taylor Still, as well as interview notes by a Chicago newspaper reporter. Curiously, these items were all written in the same tablet of paper, with Still even adding to the interview notes. When the tablet was...
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    • As life is a substance in motion."

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Sun; Light; Darkness; Health; Nutrition; Blood; Sleep
    • Essay (n.d.) about the importance of light, pure air, and rest in revitalizing the body, which Still calls "Substance in motion." Still also refutes current thinking about diet and says it does not matter much what is eaten as long as it contains...
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    • As mind [xx: is an attribute life] is the superior; Is man a machine?; Sketches

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor--Philosophy; Man as Machine
    • Essays (early 1900s), fragments, and sketches; partially dictated. This document is problematic for several reasons. In particular, some of the original pages were rearranged and/or lost; two (p02 and p03) were previously labeled as a separate...
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    • As O.P. is now over 20 years old."

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathy; Disease
    • Essay (ca. 1894) about osteopathy’s success in treating disease, in contrast to other medical systems. Still states that having a full knowledge of the “machinery of life” enables nature to do its work.
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    • As we reason previous to the stroke of a heart."

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Hearts
    • Note (n.d.) with suggested content for an unspecified book. The recipient and authors of the note are unidentified, though "Fred" may be Fred E. Moore, a close associate of Still's whose wife Hezzie (also a student and close associate, along with...
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    • Ashmore, Edythe F. - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Ashmore, Edythe F.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from Edythe F. Ashmore. Ashmore graduated from the S.S. Still College of Osteopathy (Des Moines) in 1901; by 1917 she had...
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    • ASO has never been charged."

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); American School of Osteopathy; Osteopathic Education; Anatomy; Chemistry
    • Essay (n.d.) defending the quality of the American School of Osteopathy's classes in anatomy, physiology, and chemistry. Still offers to bet $500 on the anatomy grades of his school versus other schools.
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    • Atlas Club, Axis Chapter - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Templeton, J.W.; Atlas Club -- Axis Chapter; American School of Osteopathy -- Student Organizations
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from the Axis Chapter of the Atlas Club, a fraternity at the American School of Osteopathy. The Noble Skull was...
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    • Atzen, C. B. - Letter to Arthur Grant Hildreth

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Atzen, C.B.; Hildreth, Arthur Grant; Atzen, C.R.
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), typed, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; from C.B. Atzen to Arthur Grant Hildreth. Both men were past presidents of the American Osteopathic Association and key players in the effort to gain legal...
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    • August 1898.  Will be a month of wonders

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Spanish-American War, 1898; Politics and war
    • Essay (1898 May 6) re Spanish-American War, dated ten days after a state of war was declared between the two countries and five days after the U.S. defeat of Spanish forces at Manila Bay. The author, presumably A.T. Still, forecasts the coming...
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    • Axis Chapter of the Atlas Club - Letter to Andrew Taylor Still's Family

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Hackleman, A. M.; Schwartz, J. L.; Wilson, Perrin T.; Atlas Club; American School of Osteopathy
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 15); handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his family from the Axis Chapter of the Atlas Club, an American School of Osteopathy fraternity. Perrin T. Wilson later became president of the...
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    • Axis Club - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Williams, Olive B.; Emerson, Ralph Waldo; Axis Club; American School of Osteopathy -- Organizations
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 14), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from the Axis Club, a sorority at the American School of Osteopathy. The last page is an excerpt from Ralph Waldo...
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    • Baird, Leola  - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Baird, Leola
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 14), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death (at the age of 89, not 90); to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin (note misspelling on envelope) from Leola Baird, apparently a former patient.
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    • Bathrick, Rose - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Bathrick, Rose M.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from Rose Bathrick. Bathrick was a 1903 graduate of the American School of Osteopathy and later vice-president of the Texas...
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    • Battle Creek, Michigan Osteopaths - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Manby, C.J.; Conklin, H.W.; Hicks, Betsey; Baird, J.W.; Smith, Charles S.; Boyer, T.A.; Blair, J.H.; Charon, Ada
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from osteopathic physicians practicing in Battle Creek, Michigan. Most were alumni of the American School of Osteopathy. H.W....
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    • Bay Osteopathic Association of San Francisco - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Peterson, Charles H.D.; Hemphill, Etha; Bay Osteopathic Association (San Francisco)
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 14) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from the Bay Osteopathic Association of San Francisco.
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    • Bayrs, W.R. - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Bayrs, W.R.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from W.R. Bayrs. Bayrs’ connection to A.T. Still is not known.
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    • Bedford, Elizabeth J.  - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Bedford, Elizabeth J.
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 13), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from Elizabeth J. Bedford. The author, a member of the American School of Osteopathy's Class of 1915, refers to...
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    • Beeks, Charles E. - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Beeks, Charles E.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from Charles E. Beeks (possibly nicknamed “Chase” - see document). Beeks knew the Stills from their days in Baldwin, Kansas,...
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    • Beeks, Ella F.  - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Beeks, Ellen F.; Beeks, Charles E.; Still, Charles Edward
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from Ella F. Beeks of Still's former hometown of Baldwin, Kansas. The mention of visits from Still suggests that...
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    • befor the virus is taken to all parts of the system…

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathy; Virus
    • Fragment (n.d.) explaining the mechanisms by which a virus (probably smallpox) spreads through the body. Similar to material in Still’s 1902 book Philosophy and Mechanical Principles of Osteopathy (p 283).
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    • Behold a New Heaven and a New Earth

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Biblical metaphors
    • Essay (n.d." an allegory about the reactions of medical doctors in heaven upon hearing that osteopathy is the way of the future in earthly medicine. "A new heaven and a new earth" is a quote from the Bible's Book of Revelations, chapter 21; Still...
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    • Blackstone was a philosopher

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor. Books by; Blackstone, William; Fulton, Robert; Morse, Samuel F.B.; Howe, Elias; Edison, Thomas Alva; Publications
    • Essay [ca. 1909], in draft and edited versions, announcing a planned book on Still's philosophy of osteopathy. Just as Sir William Blackstone laid out the principles of English law in his influential Commentaries, and just as the great inventors...
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    • Body and Soul of Man

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor--Religion; Still, Andrew Taylor-- Philosophy; Spiritualism; Soul; Immortality; Still, Abram (Abraham)
    • Speech [1903]; a complex and deeply religious statement in which Andrew Taylor Still lays out his beliefs about God and describes his lifelong quest to answer the question of what happens after death. Still employs themes and images found elsewhere...
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    • Bolles, Jenette (Nettie) - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Bolles, Jenette (Nettie) Hubbard
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from Jenette (Nettie) Bolles. Bolles had a long history with the Still family, going back to “Bleeding Kansas.” (For...
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    • Bolles, Jenette (Nettie) - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Bolles, Jenette (Nettie) Hubbard
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 12) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from Jenette (Nettie) Bolles. Bolles had a long history with the Still family, going back to “Bleeding Kansas.” (For...
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    • Bone Setting is the Sensible Part of Our Profession

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Osteopathic Medicine; Osteopathic Education; Skeletal System
    • Medical treatise (n.d." probably a lecture to students, pointing out the shape and arrangement of the bones in the human spine. The title is a play on words. The ancient practice of bonesetting involved manipulating the joints or spine to relieve...
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    • Bone, Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Bone, Charles A.
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bone. As a member of the American School of Osteopathy’s Class of 1913, Dr. Bone no doubt received a...
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    • Booth, E.R.  - Letter to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Booth, Emmons Rutledge; Hildreth, Arthur Grant; A.T. Still Research Institute
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 12), typed, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin from E.R. Booth. Booth was an American School of Osteopathy classmate of Blanche's husband George (1900), president of...
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    • Boston National Osteopathic Convention Association - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Cave, Francis A.; Boston National Osteopathic Convention Association
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from the Boston National Osteopathic Convention Association, which was handling logistics for the 1918 convention of the...
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    • Boston Osteopathic Society - Telegram to Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Sheehan, Helen Gertrude; Boston Osteopathic Society
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin, from the Boston Osteopathic Society. Helen Sheehan, a graduate of the Boston Institute of Osteopathy, had recently been...
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    • Brain Anatomy and Physiology Lecture

    • American School of Osteopathy; Osteopathic Medicine; Osteopathic Education; Anatomy Education; Brain -- Anatomy and Physiology; Cerebrum; Cerebellum; Pons Varolii; Medulla Oblongata; Arachnoid (Membrane); Dura Mater; Pia Mater; Still, A.T. (Andrew...
    • Lecture (ca. 1907?) on the brain. The lecture was part of a set of lectures on the head and its component structures (see list at 2009.10.391). The lectures were apparently prepared for use at the American School of Osteopathy, and may also have...
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    • __ Brains of America

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Regionalism
    • Fragment [ca. 1914] about the thinking of people in different regions of the United States. Related in content to 2009.10.370. In spite of the word “over,” the back of the page is blank.
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    • Brotherhood of Independent Thinkers

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); American School of Osteopathy -- Organizations; Brotherhood of Independent Thinkers
    • Statement (n.d.) by an unknown author outlining the purpose of the Brotherhood of Independent Thinkers. This group was apparently in the process of organizing at the American School of Osteopathy; its main goal was a better knowledge of Man gained...
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    • Brotherhoods

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); American School of Osteopathy -- Organizations; Sketches
    • Statement (n.d.) stating Andrew Taylor Still's opposition to fraternities and similar organizations. Reverse is an unidentified sketch, possibly demonstrating a medical procedure.
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    • Brown, John Griest - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Brown, John Griest, Sr.; Brown, Cordelia Ashlock
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 13) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from John Griest Brown. The author’s connection to Charles Still is unknown. He may have been a hometown friend, as his wife...
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    • Bunting, H. - Letter from Andrew Taylor Still

    • Still, Andrew Taylor; Bunting, Henry Stanhope; Journal of Osteopathy; American School of Osteopathy; Finance
    • Letter (1899 Feb 14) to Henry Stanhope Bunting, editor of the Journal of Osteopathy from 1899 Jan to 1899 Jun, about the need for the Journal to be financially self-supporting.
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    • Bunting, Henry S. - Letter from Andrew Taylor Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Bunting, Henry Stanhope; Journal of Osteopathy; Publications
    • Letter (1899 Feb 8) from Andrew Taylor Still to Henry Stanhope Bunting; typed, with handwritten additions by Still. Bunting was a former newspaper reporter, a student at the American School of Osteopathy (Class of 1900), and the newly appointed...
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    • Bunting, Henry Stanhope  - Letter to George and Blanche Still Laughlin

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Laughlin, Blanche Still; Laughlin, George Mark; Bunting, Henry Stanhope; King Lear; Breastfeeding
    • Condolence message (1917 Dec 18), handwritten, on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still's death; to his daughter Blanche Still Laughlin and her husband George from Henry Stanhope Bunting. The writer was an American School of Osteopathy classmate of...
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    • bursted financially." (Commentary on [Marcus] Ward and ""S.S.")

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Summerfield Saunder; Ward, Marcus L.; Kirksville, Missouri
    • Note (n.d.) in which Still smugly passes along unfavorable news about several people. The references are unclear, though "S.S." is probably nephew Summerfield Saunders Still and "Ward" likely refers to Marcus L. Ward, one of A.T. Still's first...
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    • Bussey, Cyrus - Letter to Andrew Taylor Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor --Military Records; Civil War Records; Civil War Pension Claims; Bussey, Cyrus
    • Military records - Letter (1890 Sep 29) from Department of the Interior, ruling on A.T. Still's appeal in his pension case. The denial of Still's claim is reaffirmed because the original claim was not filed within the time limits set by law....
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    • California [Osteopathic Association] - Telegram to Charles E. Still

    • Still, A.T. (Andrew Taylor); Still, Andrew Taylor -- Death; Still, Charles Edward; Gaddis, Cyrus J.; California Osteopathic Association
    • Condolence telegram (1917 Dec 14) on the occasion of Andrew Taylor Still’s death; to his son Charles Edward Still, from the California [Osteopathic Association]. The sender, Cyrus J. Gaddis, was a 1907 graduate of the American School of...
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