Links and Resources


A Devil’s Tale

A Repository for Bottled Monsters

Biomedicine on Display

Circulating Now

The Collation at the Folger Library

Cultural Compass at the Harry Ransom Center

Curio from the Brown University Library

Dittrick Museum

Early Modern Medicine


Grandma Got STEM

Historiens de la Santé

Medical and Health Humanities

Medical Heritage Library

The Medicine Chest

Morbid Anatomy

Museum of Health Care at Kingston blog

Nursing Clio

Panacea: Musings on the History of Medicine


Points: The Blog of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society

The Recipes Project


Wellcome Library blog

Whewell’s Ghost

Libraries and Centers

Augustus C. Long Health Science Library at Columbia

Center for the History of Medicine at Countway Library

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Library

Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library 

Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine

The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

Metropolitan Museum Libraries’ In Circulation blog

National Library of Medicine: History of Medicine

Oskar Diethelm Library

Weill Cornell Medical Library 


El Museo del Barrio

Museum of the City of New York Blog

2 thoughts on “Links and Resources

  1. I read with interest that X-rays were known in the US end of December 1895. This information is not realistic. Discovery of X-rays was made public in Vienna, Austria on January 5, 1896, published in London the next day and published in New-York for the first time on January 7,1896. Neither TA EDISON nor MI PUPIN could be aware of the discovery on an earlier date. Pupin made his first X-ray shortly after February 8, 1896. The famous radiograph of the hand of Prescott Hall Butler was obtained at that time.
    Yours Sincerely,

    Prof;Dr. Robert F. Dondelinger, Hon.FRCR(London)
    University of Liège, Belgium

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