The homeopathy collection contains digitized materials reflecting the growth and evolution of the practice and education of homeopathic physicians from the early 1800s to the mid 1900s. The majority of the Constantine Hering papers have been digitized, documenting the early history of homeopathic practice in this country
- Jacob G. Shoch medicinal and household recipe notebook
- A medicinal and household recipe notebook belonging to Jacob G. Shoch, consisting of various formulas, such as tomato ketchup, varnish, an ointment "good for anything" and an asthma preventative. The notebook also includes newspaper clippings and loose paper containing various recipes. Jacob G. Shoc...
- James L. Kitchen student notebook, 1823
- A notebook belonging to James L. Kitchen while studying at the Collège de France. The notebook contains notes from lectures by Rene Laennec and Francois Broussais, and are written in French. James L. Kitchen graduated from the University of Pennsylvania College of Medicine in 1822. After studying m...
- Medicinal and household recipe notebook
- An undated medicinal and household recipe notebook, possibly belonging to Dr. Edmund Shower, consisting of various formulas, such as hair tonic, tooth paste, cold cream, furniture polish and a cholera preventative. Note - the notebook begins at page 23, skips pages 39-40, and continues through page ...
- Theodore S. Geiger student notebook, 1854
- A notebook belonging to Theodore S. Geiger while a student at the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1854. The notebook contains lecture notes for various courses, including surgery, materia medica, obstetrics, pathology, anatomy and chemistry, during the 1853-1854 session of the College...