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American School of Osteopathy (ASO) Record Books

American School of Osteopathy (ASO) Record Books

Contributed by: Museum of Osteopathic Medicine (SM), A.T. Still University

Record books, 1892-1916, of the American School of Osteopathy. These documents reflect incorporation, early board governance, faculty proceedings, rules and regulations and the osteopaths who influenced the profession's formation and the medical practice in general.

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Andrew Taylor Still Papers

Andrew Taylor Still Papers

Contributed by: Museum of Osteopathic Medicine (SM), A.T. Still University

In 1874 Dr. A.T. Still (1828-1917) rebelled against standard 19th century medicine and launched his own health care system based on concepts of form and function, later named osteopathy. The Andrew Taylor Still Papers consists of Still's essays, letters, book drafts, and other writings. Also present are letters to Still, military records, other personal documents.

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Charles E. Still Sr. and Jr. Collection

Charles E. Still Sr. and Jr. Collection

Contributed by: Museum of Osteopathic Medicine (SM), A.T. Still University

The digitized portion of the Charles E. Still Sr./Jr. Collection includes typed and handwritten reminiscences to Dr. Charles Still Sr., regarding his father Andrew Taylor Still. Andrew Taylor Still was the founder of the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville, Missouri.

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