Campus Historical Collectionshttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/382023-01-14T02:57:55Z2023-01-14T02:57:55ZLecture 33: Intermittent Fever by John C.S. MonkurMonkur, John C.S.http://hdl.handle.net/10713/203192023-01-12T02:29:16Z0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 33: Intermittent Fever by John C.S. Monkur
Monkur, John C.S.
Handwritten lecture notes on Intermittent Fever continuing lecture 31 on the same subject given by Dr. John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University of Baltimore Medical School. Volume is part of the Dr. Milford “Mickey” M. Foxwell, Jr.’s Collection of Lecture Notes. The notes are available in the Internet Archive, see link.
Handwritten volume of a lecture on Intermittent Fever continuing Lecture 31 on the same subject by John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University (formerly Washington Medical College) of Baltimore School of Medicine. The volume is undated but Dr. Monkur taught at Washington University from 1831 to 1852 so the notes were written during this period.; Volume 16 of 20.; 10 blank pages at back of volume not scanned.
0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 31: Intermittent Fever by John C.S. MonkurMonkur, John C.S.http://hdl.handle.net/10713/203182023-01-12T02:29:09Z0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 31: Intermittent Fever by John C.S. Monkur
Monkur, John C.S.
Handwritten lecture notes on Intermittent Fever given by Dr. John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University of Baltimore Medical School. Volume is part of the Dr. Milford “Mickey” M. Foxwell, Jr.’s Collection of Lecture Notes. The notes are available in the Internet Archive, see link.
Handwritten volume of a lecture on Intermittent Fever by John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University (formerly Washington Medical College) of Baltimore School of Medicine. The volume is undated but Dr. Monkur taught at Washington University from 1831 to 1852 so the notes were written during this period.; Volume 15 of 20.; 20 blank pages at back of volume not scanned.
0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 5th: Continued Fever by John C.S. MonkurMonkur, John C.S.http://hdl.handle.net/10713/203172023-01-12T02:29:03Z0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 5th: Continued Fever by John C.S. Monkur
Monkur, John C.S.
Handwritten lecture notes on Fever continuing another lecture given by Dr. John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University of Baltimore Medical School. Volume is part of the Dr. Milford “Mickey” M. Foxwell, Jr.’s Collection of Lecture Notes. The notes are available in the Internet Archive, see link.
Handwritten volume of the continuation of a lecture on fever by John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University (formerly Washington Medical College) of Baltimore School of Medicine. The volume is undated but Dr. Monkur taught at Washington University from 1831 to 1852 so the notes were written during this period.; Volume 14 of 20.
0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 22nd: Broussais Theory of Fever by John C.S. MonkurMonkur, John C.S.http://hdl.handle.net/10713/203162023-01-12T02:28:56Z0001-01-01T00:00:00ZLecture 22nd: Broussais Theory of Fever by John C.S. Monkur
Monkur, John C.S.
Handwritten lecture notes on Francois Joseph Victor Broussais' Thoery of Fever given by Dr. John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University of Baltimore Medical School. Volume is part of the Dr. Milford “Mickey” M. Foxwell, Jr.’s Collection of Lecture Notes. The notes are available in the Internet Archive, see link.
Handwritten volume of a lecture on Francois-Joseph-Victor Broussais’ Theory of Fever by John C.S. Monkur, Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the Washington University (formerly Washington Medical College) of Baltimore School of Medicine. The volume is undated but Dr. Monkur taught at Washington University from 1831 to 1852 so the notes were written during this period.; Volume 13 of 20.; 6 blank pages at back of volume not scanned.
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