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AWIC Resource Series No. 29


February 2005






Compiled by:


Judith Ho
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National Agricultural Library
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Left to right Mrs. Florence Bell, Chief Veterinary Nurse, Mr. Clifford Formston, Houseman at the Beaumont Animal Hospital, The Royal Veterinary College (he later became Professor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery and Vice-Principal of The Royal Veterinary College), and Mr. G.V.J. Edwards, veterinary student. They are shown x-raying a terrier belonging to Mrs. Anderson which was injured in a road accident. Skull and cervical vertebrae injuries were suspected. This information was provided by Frances Houston, The Royal Veterinary College, Archives and Historical Collection, Museum of Veterinary History, London, England.

 




Table of Contents


Preface & Introduction | Bibliography




Preface  

 

This bibliography includes works selected from USDA’s National Agricultural Library (NAL) collection on applied veterinary science. To cover the topic of the beginnings of veterinary science, one has to explore those works that were published centuries ago as humans tried to deal with the health and care of the animals that were so important to their lives. As with many of the roots of Western Civilization, the early documents are by Greek and Roman authors. (In this document they are presented in English translations.) Veterinary-type animal care literature in Western civilization continued to be published through the early Medieval and Renaissance periods in Europe and the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the United States and other countries. Today veterinary literature represents the advanced science-based research that is on a par with human-based medical science.

 

It is anticipated that the information contained in this document will be a resource for those interested in the history, derivation, and development of the veterinary profession via the holdings on the topic at NAL.

 

Although most of the publications mentioned in this document are in NAL’s general collection and available for library loan, some volumes are considered too rare and valuable and therefore do not circulate. All entries in this document include the NAL call number. Non-circulating rare volumes are identified with an uppercase R at the end of the call number and are housed in the NAL Special Collections section.

 

For information on the inter-library borrowing policies and procedures, please refer to http://www.nal.usda.gov/borrow-materials.


Introduction

 

Humans have had long and varied interactions with many of the wild animals in their environment. They have always found animals interesting; awe inspiring; amusing; companions; a messenger to and from the gods. Animal-based products are used as food, useful implements, clothing, writing media, etc. In addition, humans have often been able to utilize some species of animals for transport of people, goods, and equipment, for peaceful purposes and military campaigns, etc. Images of animals have been scratched on rocks, drawn on cave walls, sculpted from local materials, used to illustrate human characteristics, as religious symbols, etc. For instance, most cultures have imagined animal shapes in the constellations of stars, and as spirits that are either positive or negative in human activities or religions. For example, ancient Egyptians bowed to the bull, venerated the cat and held other animals in high regard. Christians used the symbol of the lamb and the shepherd caring for the flock representing Christ leading the believers.

 

Whether subjects of art and worship or images of agriculture, or through jokes or cartoons, animal figures depict aspects of a culture and illustrate the creator’s values. Human relationships with animals have been and still are complex, instructive, and paradoxical.

 

Some interesting uses of animals in literature can be found in writings such as Aesop who composed many of his tales using animals to illustrate human qualities, actions and characteristics. In the Medieval period the “Physiologues” gave mystic meaning to 50 legends of animals and natural objects. Animal similes were used in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries to illustrate the everyday experiences of life. Even Shakespeare alluded to animals—over 4000 of them. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the romantic literature of that time intended to free men physically and spiritually. The animal that they felt epitomized this new freedom was the bird.

 

Through all these periods of time, humans tried to understand illness in their own bodies, and often recognized that many of these same illnesses seemed to attack their animals as well. The Chinese used herbal medicine and other treatments to attempt to cure themselves and their favorite/most valuable animals.

 

What follows is a brief historical review of some of the major authors who wrote about illness in animals. We get a glimpse of how the expertise and scientific approach to treating animals developed from the Greek and Roman days to the twentieth century.

 

The Beginnings

 

In historical information in China, there are records dating to 4000-3000 B.C. that record the use of herbs for curative purposes for humans and animals. Egyptian hieroglyphics from around 3500 B.C. show the presence of numerous types of domesticated animals. But, the evidence for the development of a body of information directly dealing with animal healing in Western thought is implicated to have begun in Mesopotamia in about 300 B.C. The first individual to be considered a veterinarian is Urlagaldinna. The Greek Scientist, Alcmaeon (c. 500 B.C.) was the first person known to have dissected animals for scientific purposes. In India there are records that animal hospitals were established in India during the Brahaman era and the reign of King Ashoka (273-232 B.C.).

 

During the Greco-Roman period there were a number of individuals who recorded the current knowledge regarding animal care and disease. Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) recorded much of the knowledge regarding animals. He recognized that animals were different and yet some showed similar characteristics to humans. He proposed a classification system of animal species that served as the basis for the development of a systematic classification we call taxonomy. Much of Aristotle’s writing forms the beginning of Western recorded natural science. Animals that were important at that time included oxen and asses used to power agricultural activities, and sheep and goats raised for food and fiber purposes and probably horses.

 

Virgil, in works such as “Georgica,” immortalized some of the epidemics of human and animal diseases that occurred frequently on Roman farms and cities. But, it is Cato (234-149 B.C.) and another writer Varro (116-27 B.C.), who were both influenced by Greek scholars, that produced many works about contagious diseases. Tragically, most of these works seem to have been destroyed and copies no longer exist.

 

Columella, a respected Roman scholar and writer of the first Century A.D., was a very prolific writer on the topic of animal care and breeding. He recorded and used the term “veterinarius” for a person who is a caretaker of pigs, sheep and cattle. (It is interesting to note that the word veterina was the Roman word for “pack animals”. In Rome the term "souvetaurinarii" was another word that was used for someone who took care of animals.) Between 42-68 A.D., Columella wrote 12 volumes of animal-related publications on topics such as animal breeding, husbandry, and health in livestock. His works include descriptions of disease, and medication formulae that were used up into the Middle Ages. Even though Columella wrote rather extensively on breeding and husbandry, there was little progress in the understanding or effective treatment of internal diseases and health problems of both humans and their animals.

 

For this early veterinary related history, an excellent bibliographic list can be found on the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine's website at:

(http://www.wahvm.umn.edu/Resources.html).

 

Europeans Post-Middle Ages

 

During the Middle Ages, there are many references to animal plagues and their devastating effects on farmers’ productivity. Some of plagues were recorded by individuals like Francois Rabelaias, who recorded the first full description of sheep pox in 1494. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, there were major advances in understanding human and animal diseases due to inventions such as the microscope and the development of a scientific method of inquiry into things unknown. For example, during a plague in European cattle in 1711, Giovanni Mario Lancisi first diagnosed Rinderpest as a contagious viral cattle disease. A year later, Bernardino Ramazzini vaccinated cattle against cattle plague. However, the approach to animal diseases was mostly from the human medicine viewpoint. It was not until 1762 that the first veterinary school in the world was established by Claude Bourgelat in Lyons, France. It is interesting to note that soon after the establishment of a French veterinary college, others were established in the 1770’s in Sweden, Germany (Hanover), Denmark, and Austria (Vienna). In 1844, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) was founded in Great Britain. The first veterinary college in the United States was not established until 1879.

 

Some of the great advancements made in the 1700’s were the result of John Hunter, a Scotsman who lived and worked through most of the century (1728-1793). He left an important legacy not only by his research and writing, but through those he trained as well. Up until this time, the “veterinary type profession” consisted of mostly self-declared practitioners, farriers, blacksmiths, herdsmen, and local granny-witch doctors who were mostly illiterate. The educated horse masters, country squires and intellectually curious gentlemen often quoted the ancient masters. There was also the ethic that animals are put on this earth to serve mankind and that they were unable to feel pain as humans did. These ideas often fostered a sense of callousness and cruelty in people who were around animals. The more disgusting and harsh the treatment of disease the more effective people thought they would be. In many ways, the level of treatment for human diseases was not much different.

 

However, in the 1700’s there appeared a new type of veterinary practitioner known as the surgeon-farrier. Individuals like John Hunter were part of this emerging group. This was a dramatic change in they type of individuals who were interested in treating animals. These men were often a physician, surgeon or apothecary who for various reasons turned to treating animals. For the first time, there was an active practitioner who could write about his research, experience, and treatment activities. Most of the early literature focused on the horse—obviously one of the most important animals in the culture and often the most valuable. John Hunter was of this genre.

 

At an early age, Hunter became an assistant to his brother William, a renowned physician, anatomist and medical educator. John became an avid anatomist and took to surgery and dissection and research with enthusiasm. After working with and learning from his brother for 12 years, he served as a surgeon in the army. He then learned dentistry through association with the Spence family. For 30 years, until his death in 1793, Hunter examined everything from hearing in fish to dentistry. He contributed more written work on domestic animal husbandry and veterinary science than anyone had published in the previous 125 years. Originally most of the papers were published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, but were republished in 1792 in a compiled work “Observation on the Animal Oeconomy.”

 

Animal Care in the New World (United States)

 

European species of domestic animals were brought to the West Indies on boats beginning with Christopher Columbus’s second voyage in 1493. These animals multiplied well and served as the foundation stock for the Spanish colonies in Mexico.

 

In 1520 European cattle were introduced in Florida by Ponce de Leon, but animals did not arrive in the Virginia colonies until 1611. By 1627, their numbers in the Virginia colonies had grown to 5,000 in spite of the Indian’s killing many of them in 1622. There were few horses in these introductions, as they required more care than the cattle and were not as useful for the hard work that oxen were needed to perform. There appears to have been some transfer of animal treatments from England, as there are references to “an expert cow doctor” practicing in Virginia as early as 1625. What sorts of treatments were being used is really not known. It is probably safe to say, that they were probably what was being used in England at the time.

 

At the same time that the larger livestock numbers were increasing in Virginia, there were introductions of only small animals in New England. It is known that there were dogs on the ship Mayflower, and possibly goats and chickens but no cattle or horses. The larger livestock animals were not brought into the northern colonies until 1620.

 

Since many of the wealthy country households were quite self-sustaining, they had interests in the health and welfare of their livestock. George Washington does not mention any professional attention given to his stock at Mount Vernon, but he does mention that he sought treatment for various animals during his extensive travels. Washington did take an interest in breeding and developed a draft mule called the “big jack”. He also had sheep grazing on his Mount Vernon estate in Virginia.

 

Thomas Jefferson also was a gentlemen farmer who when he was in Charlottesville showed much interest in his livestock as well as all useful plants. He seems to have primarily been interested in sheep health. One disease problem that plagued him was sheep scab. Much of his correspondence is related to this disease in his flocks. It does seem that livestock became scrawnier, smaller and less productive than the original stock of animals imported from Europe.

 

The Nineteenth Century

 

In the 1800’s, the microscope revealed the world of microbes. A scientific method for research began to be developed for a rational approach to identifying the larger disease organisms and an understanding of the disease process. By the mid 1800’s technology was in place to support effective efforts to understand and treat disease in humans and animals. European ideas and literature were transferred by individuals and imported into the United States during the Colonial period via scholarly journals, and onsite visits by Americans as they traveled in Europe. Some of the more literate and interested gentlemen farmers attempted to apply new products, knowledge and methods.

 

A British surgeon—turned veterinarian, George Dadd was an early advocate of rational animal health practices in America. He is considered the author of the first two classics in American veterinary literature—“The Modern Horse Doctor” (Boston 1854) and “The American Cattle Doctor” (1851). His recommendations and teachings were largely ignored by the barely-organized veterinary profession. A quote from “The American Cattle Doctor” states veterinary science was “a matter for reproach. . . The farmers have must begun to see the absurdity of bleeding an animal to death with a view to saving its life; or pouring down their throats destructive agents with a view of making one disease cure another.”

 

Late in the eighteenth century, reprints of some works of English veterinary writers and translations of German and French veterinary works appeared in American editions. The use of the Latin derived term veterinarian was introduced in the English writings of Sir Thomas Browne of Great Britain (c1802). It was not until much later that the term gained general usage for those who treated animals and their diseases and injuries. Before that they were called “farriers” or a “cow leech” and other similar names.

 

In 1844, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) was founded by a Royal Charter in the United Kingdom as a governing body of the veterinary profession to ensure that educational and ethical standards required by law were maintained. The college required five years of study—two years of basic veterinary sciences to understand healthy animals, anatomy, physiology, etc. and three years of clinical and clinical-related courses, skill of examinations, diagnosis, etc.

 

The founding date of the American Veterinary Medical Association was 1863. The U.S. Livestock Sanitary Association (now the U.S. Animal Health Association) was established in 1897. Other livestock and poultry organizations followed. The first United States veterinary school was not established until 1879. At that time, Iowa State University developed a program of graduate study in the field.

 

About 20 years after the establishment of the U.S. Department of Agriculture by Abraham Lincoln, the fledging Department’s administrators soon realized that there needed to be more support for scientific based programs to address issues of animal care and production. They were supported in these concerns by the farmers and ranchers who were having problems selling their animals and animal products abroad. So, in 1884, the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI*) was created by Congress within USDA in response to petitions from farmers and ranchers.

 

Twentieth Century

 

In the twentieth century, progress in veterinary medicine continued to advance. Gradually, educational institutions and associations were founded and evolved to communicate the advances to the veterinary community. Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland were among the first. In the United States, the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) began to employ veterinary officers. Their duties were to undertake duties that included control and eradication of major epidemic farm animal diseases, the control of imported and exported animals and animal products, the operation of animal health laboratories and treatment of the animals within them, and other animal welfare matters. Veterinary scientists could undertake basic or clinical research in natural science laboratories within the USDA, with veterinary schools of universities and other governmental and industrial research institutions, and the military. There are veterinary inspectors that deal with licensing and license regulations, and veterinary field service officers who deal with consumer protection involving meat hygiene, and communicable diseases between animals and humans.

 

After World War I, we began to see a lessening of utilitarian uses of the horse, and the beginning of automated agriculture. Many veterinarians then began to turn toward the care of dogs and cats as a means of survival. Until this time, small animal medicine had been a minor part of veterinary medicine. Norman Rockwell depicted this by several illustrations that did not even include veterinarians. On March 10, 1923, a memorable illustration appeared on the cover of "The Saturday Evening Post" titled "Puppy Love" in which a young boy in the country wearing tattered clothes was pouring medicine from a patent medicine bottle intended for a sick dog wrapped in blankets nearby.

 

During the next thirty years, the veterinary profession in the United States blossomed and gradually became an equal member of the medical community. There were efforts on the part of several professional associations to show the public the professional status that veterinarians had achieved.

 

In the 1940's, 50's, and 60’s, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, the Associated Serum Producers, Inc. and others were in the midst of various public relations campaigns that stressed how a veterinarian must appear as a professional. Two of Norman Rockwell's illustrations from this time period demonstrate these ideas and indicate the favorable public opinion held at that time of the veterinary profession. The first famous Rockwell illustration of an animal receiving medical attention is entitled "Waiting for the Vet." It is a painting that appeared on the March 29, 1952 cover of "The Saturday Evening Post". It is a delightful picture of a boy, Jimmy, sitting in a waiting room and holding in his arms a sick dog whose head was in a makeshift bandage. The waiting room was filled with four other dogs and their owners. Peeping through a door on the right is a veterinarian attending a patient. This time the veterinarian is an older man wearing a long white lab coat and stethoscope. "Waiting for the Vet" marked a return to regular subjects for Rockwell, including children, dogs and doctors, but with new settings and new props--the veterinarian's office instead of a patent medicine bottle--and all that it implies. In 1961, another Rockwell illustration, this one commissioned by the UpJohn Company, showed a young male veterinarian examining a small dog on the examination table in a small animal clinic. The illustration, simply titled “The Veterinarian,” was used for the cover of the 1963 American Veterinary Medical Association’s annual convention booket. In the print, a boy looks on anxiously as the veterinarian completes his examination. The veterinarian is wearing a white medical smock and a stethoscope, and there is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Diploma from Cornell University in the background. This scene sends a message of utmost professionalism. No longer is the boy relying on his own knowledge and wit, a doctor is now being consulted. All these details lend credence to the occupation and conduct of the veterinarian.

 

In 1947 in the United States, the Association for Women Veterinarians (AWV) was founded by Mary Knight Dunlap (1910-1992). At that time, the U.S. had about 120 women veterinarians, mainly in and around New York City and in East Lansing, Michigan. The number of women graduating with veterinary degrees rose from 200 in 1963 to 3,213 in 1980, reaching 18,088 in 1995. This change in the position of women veterinarians in the U.S. over the past 50 years is the subject of a book “Our History of Women in Veterinary Medicine: Gumption, Grace, Grit, and Good Humor.” The book was compiled and edited by Phyllis Hickney Larsen, DVM, Chair of the AWV History Committee, in honor of the AWV’s 50th anniversary in 1997. It includes chapters written by women veterinarians working in a wide variety of positions all over the United States. You can find more information about this organization at the following web site.
http://www.awv-women-veterinarians.org/index.cfm

 

In 1964, German veterinarians and others interested in veterinary history were invited to a symposium on the history of veterinary medicine in Hanover, Germany, sponsored by the German Veterinary Medical Association (DVG) and the German Institute (Fachgebiet) for the History of Veterinary Medicine, established in 1963 within the Veterinary College, Hanover. As a result of this meeting, in 1969, the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine (WAHVM) was founded.

 

According to their web site, http://www.wahvm.umn.edu/Objectives.html the objectives of the WAHVM are:

 

• to bring together people with an interest in the history of veterinary medicine

• to encourage research in the field of veterinary history

• to promote and coordinate such research and education

• to exchange and disseminate information on the history of veterinary medicine throughout the world by providing a common forum for National Societies for the History of Veterinary Medicine and all other interested individuals and organizations. See the WAHVM Veterinary History Database at http://www.vetline.nl/freetext.asp?url=freetext.asp&ftmod=freetext_000000169

 

The WAHVM received observer status of the World Veterinary Association in 1970 and became an associate member in 1976. The main activity of the WAHVM is the organization of an annual international congress. Today there are approximately 24 veterinary history societies throughout the world. Following are the addresses of the veterinary history societies in the United States and the United Kingdom:

 

Veterinary History Society American Veterinary History Society
Attn.: Mr. R.D. Bone, BVMS-MRSVS Attn.: Secretary Dr. L. Lemonds
608 Warwick Road RR 1, Box 95
Solihull, West Midlands B91-IAA Hastings, Nebraska 68901
United Kingdom United States

 

Science, psychology and art have re-established animal symbols in the twentieth century. Man's ambivalent relationship with animals over the centuries has raised and continues to raise many intriguing issues. Many of man's issues and values may be reflected in the titles contained in this bibliography of selected titles are held by the National Agricultural Library. There was no attempt to be all-inclusive in this publication. These items were selected to give a sense of the development and need for knowledge in veterinary medicine, and are only a sampling of the many publications on this subject in the Library’s collection.

 

Sources Used:

 

Allen, Mary. Animals in American Literature. 1983. Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. p. 3-8.

 

Dunlop, Robert H. and Williams, David J. Veterinary Medicine: An Illustrated History. Mosby. Saint Louis, Missouri. c. 1996. p. 155-156, 166, 168.

 

Smithcors, J. F. The Veterinarian in America, 1625-1975. American Veterinary Publications, Inc. Santa Barbara, California. Chapter 1.

 

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Animal Health; The 1984 Yearbook of Agriculture. p. xxxiii and 7.

 

From:

 

Veterinary Heritage; Bulletin of the American Veterinary History Society:

 

Blaisdell, John D. John Hunter (1728-1793) and veterinary medicine. Vol. II, No. 2. December 1988. p. 51-53.

 

Pritt, Stacy. Norman Rockwell's illustration of pet care and veterinary medicine. Vol. 18, No. 2. December 1995. p. 55-56.

 

Smithcors, J. Fred. Some early veterinary therapies. Vol. 18, No. 2. December 1995. p. 51, 54.

 

*Note the BAI no longer exists as a USDA agency. The functions of the BAI are currently divided among several USDA agencies including the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), and the Cooperative Extension Service.


Acknowledgments


     The compiler would like to thank D'Anna Jensen and Jean Larson for their role in editing this document and to Barbara Buchanan for final editing, formatting and the development of the web document. 




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Abbott, M.E. (1939). Classified and Annotated Bibliography of Sir William Osler's Publications: Based on the Chronological Bibliography by Minnie Wright Blogg. 2nd edition, revised and indexed, The Medical Museum, McGill University: Montreal, Canada, 163 p.

          NAL Call Number:  241.71 Ab2 Ed.2 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine

          Notes:  Other author: Minnie Wright Blogg.  Bibliography of the writings of Sir William Osler.  "Reprinted, with additions from the Sir William Osler Memorial Volume of the International Association of Medical Museums (Bulletin no. IX) 1926, pp. 473-605."  Maude Elizabeth Abbott 1869-1940.

Adams, E.W. (1995). The Legacy: a History of the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Media Center Press: Tuskegee, Alabama, 284 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF756.36.A2T873 1995

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, bibliography, index

Adams, J.N. (1995). Pelagonius and Latin Veterinary Terminology in the Roman Empire: Studies in Ancient Medicine. E.J. Brill: Leiden, Germany and New York, New York, 695 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF743.A33 1995

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, early works to 1800, Latin language, medical Latin, Pelagonius, Roman Empire, index, bibliography

Ainsworth, G.C. (1986). Introduction to the History of Medical and Veterinary Mycology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England and New York, New York, 228 p.

          NAL Call Number:  RC117.A4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, medical mycology, history, index, bibliography, illustrations

Albertus Magnus, S. ([date unknown]).  Being the Approved, Verified, Sympathetic and Natural Egyptian Secrets; or White and Black Art for Man and Beast. [publisher unknown]

          NAL Call Number:  145 AL1

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, Egyptian secrets

          Notes:  Translated from the German with 3 volumes in 1.  Saint Albertus Magnus, Bishop of Ratispon 1193-1280.

'Ali ibn Da'Ud Sultan of Yemen (1955). [Al-Aqwal Al Shafeya Wal Fossoul Al Wafeya] Book of Veterinary Science; the Convincing Statements and Full Chapters. [publisher unknown]: 144 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 AL42Ae 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, manuscript

          Notes:  Cover-title:  Translation of the manuscript, dated November 5, 1252.  Book of Veterinary Science by Emir Khalil Agha.

American Foundation for Animal Health (1948). Cartoons and Articles... Being Supplied to Over 2,600 Newspapers. [publisher unknown]

          NAL Call Number:  41 Am35 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary cartoons, veterinary articles, illustrations

American National Livestock Association and F.E. Mollin (1944). Keep Out Foot-and-Mouth Disease a Presentation of Facts Concerning the Long Pending Argentine Sanitary Convention and Arguments Against Its Ratification. American National Livestock Association: Denver, Colorado, 32 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Am34 1944

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, FMD, United States and Argentina comparison, illustrations

American Veterinary Medical Association (1877-1915). American Veterinary Review. American Veterinary Medical Association: New York, New York, 47 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41.8 Am3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine

          Notes:  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1877)-Vol. 47, no. 6 (Sept. 1915).  Published from 1877-Sept. 1898, United States Veterinary Medical Association and from 1898-1915, American Veterinary Medical Association.  Publication suspended Feb.-Mar. 1877.

American Veterinary Medical Association (1991). Animal Welfare: Position Statements and Background Information. American Veterinary Medical Association: Schaumburg, Illinois, 26 p.

          NAL Call Number:  HV4763.A44 1991

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, AVMA, policies, bibliography

          Notes:  American Veterinary Medical Association's animal welfare position statements.

American Veterinary Medical Association Committee on Army Legislation (1899). Needed Veterinary Service: United States Army. [publisher unknown]: 8 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 Un3N

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, American Veterinary Medical Association, Committee on Army Legislation

American Veterinary Medical Association Committee on Revision of Veterinary Anatomical Nomenclature (1923). Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria [Veterinary Anatomical Names]. American Veterinary Medical Association: Detroit, Michigan, 60 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Am32

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine nomenclature, anatomical nomenclature, American Veterinary Medical Association

American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (1964). Manpower in Veterinary Medicine; a Report on the Status of Veterinary Manpower in the United States. Joint Committee on Veterinary Education: [publisher unknown], 12 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 J662

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, veterinary manpower, American Veterinary Medical Association, Joint Committee on Veterinary Education, veterinary medicine vocational guidance, veterinarians United States

          Notes:  Joint Committee on Veterinary Education is composed of members from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Veterinary Division of the Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges and the Executive Board and Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

American Veterinary Medical Association International Commission on the Control of Bovine Tuberculosis (1912). Tuberculosis: a Plain Statement of Facts Regarding the Disease, Prepared Especially for Farmers and Others Interested in Live Stock. Agricultural Experiment Station, issue no. 158, University of Illinois, Agricultural Experiment Station: Urbana, Illinois, 22 p.

          NAL Call Number:  275.29 IL62C no. 158

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, cattle disease, animal disease, tuberculosis in cattle, bovine tuberculosis, American Veterinary Medical Association, livestock disease, illustrations

American Veterinary Medical Association Special Committee on Nomenclature of Diseases and I.A. Merchant (1956). A Basis for Nomenclature of Animal Diseases: Topographic Classifications and Etiologic Categories. Revised edition, American Veterinary Medical Association: Chicago, Illinois, 81 leaves p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Am323 1956

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, American Veterinary Medical Association Special Committee on Nomenclature of Diseases, veterinary medicine nomenclature, veterinary medicine terminology, veterinary anatomy terminology, animals diseases, nomenclature

Amici Historia Medicinae Veterinariae (1976). Veterinary Medicine History. Amici Historia Medicinae Veterinariae: Kobenhavn, Denmark,

          NAL Call Number:  SF615.A1V4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, periodicals, bibliographies

          Notes:  Multilingual - in English, German, French, Dutch with English, German and French summaries.

Andrews, J.S. (1993). Animal Parasite Research in the Zoological Division, Bureau of Animal Industry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1923-1938. Animal Parasitology Institute, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (East), Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept of Agriculture: Beltsville, Maryland, 130 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF810.A3A66 1993 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary parasitology United States, veterinary parasitology research, domestic animals research, parasite research, Animal Parasitology Institute, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Zoological Division, illustrations, index, John Scott Andrews 1905-1988

Angell Memorial Animal Hospital (1990). 75 Years of Dedication to Animals. Angell Memorial Animal Hospital: Boston, Massachusetts, 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF604.62.M42A56 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, illustrations

          Notes:  Cover title - Angell, 75 Years of Veterinary Excellence, Dedication to Animals and Humane Care. 

Animal Diseases and Parasite Research Branch - Agricultural Research Service - USDA (1956). The Plum Island Animal Disease Laboratory. United States Department of Agriculture Miscellaneous Publication no. 730, U.S. Dept of Agriculture (USDA): Washington, DC,

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84M no. 730 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Plum Island Animal Disease Laboratory, agricultural laboratories United States, animal disease research, United States Agricultural Research Service Animal Disease and Parasite Research Branch, illustrations, maps

Anonymous (1818). The Domestic Animal's Friend, or the Complete Virginia and Maryland Farrier. Foster: Winchester, Virginia, 436 p.

          NAL Call Number:  R 41 D71

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, domestic animals, farriery, Virginia, Maryland, United States, rare book, Special Collections

          Notes:  A copious selection from the best treatises on farriery in the United States, to which is added a number of receipts.

Anonymous (1931). Parasites & Parasitisms of Domestic Animals; Selected Articles From Veterinary Medicine, 1930-31. Veterinary Magazine Corporation: Chicago, Illinois, 80 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V643

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, parasites, domestic animals, illustrations

Anthony, D. (1984). Man and Animals: Living, Working, and Changing Together. University Museum, University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 80 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF114.U5P4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, University of Pennsylvania, domestic animals, exhibitions, bibliography, illustrations, some color illustrations, animal welfare

          Notes:  Published in celebration of the 100th anniversary, the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.

Arburua, J.M. (1966). Narrative of the Veterinary Profession in California. [publisher unknown]: San Francisco, California, 366 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.C2A7

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, narrative, illustrations, bibliographies

Archer, A.H. (1895). Practical Veterinary Advice for Stockowners. 2nd edition,  [publisher unknown]: London, England, 78 p..

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ar22 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, stockowners, advice

Aristotle (1938). Aristotle's Politics -Translated by Benjamin Jowett with an Introduction, Analysis and Index by H.W.C. Davis. The Clarendon Press: Oxford, United Kingdom, 355 p.

          NAL Call Number:  280 Ar4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Aristotle, political science, Benjamin Jowett, H.W.C. Davis, index

Aristotle (1943). Generation of Animals, with Translation by A.L. Peck. Harvard University Press and W. Heinemann Ltd.: Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 607 p.

          NAL Call Number:  442 Ar4 

          Descriptors:  Aristotle, veterinary medicine history, zoology, pre-Linnaean works, Arthur Leslie Peck, diagrams, bibliography, translations, reproduction, illustrations

          Notes:  Greek and English on opposite pages.  Loeb Classical Library

Aristotle (1908-1952). The Works of Aristotle, Translated into English Under the Editorship of W.D. Ross. Clarendon Press: Oxford, England, 12 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  411 Ar4

          Descriptors:  Aristotle, philosophy, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith, Bekker, illustrations, veterinary medicine history

          Notes:  Volumes. 4-5 and 8, those first published, edited by J.A. Smith and W.D. Ross.  The volumes and paging correspond to the Oxford edition of Bekker's Greek text.  Other authors/editors:  William David Ross 1877- and John Alexander Smith 1863-1939.

Armatage, G. (1877). Every Man His Own Horse Doctor. F. Warner and Co.: London, England, 830 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ar52E 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, recipes, illustrations, plates, some colored plates, color fronticepiece, anatomical illustrations, surgical illustrations, steel plates

          Notes:  In which is embodied Blaine's Veterinary Art and Illustrations.

Armatage, G. (1889). Every Man His Own Horse Doctor. Judd: New York, New York, 830 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ar52E 1889

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, recipes, illustrations, plates, color illustrations, anatomical illustrations, surgical illustrations

          Notes:  In which is embodied Blaine's Veterinary Art and Illustrations.

Armatage, G. (1869). The Thermometer as an Aid to Diagnosis in Veterinary Medicine. Nry Kimpton: London, England, 46 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ar5

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine diagnosis, body temperature measurement

Arnold, J.P. and H.C.H. Kernkamp (1994). One Hundred Years of Progress: the History of Veterinary Medicine in Minnesota. Minnesota Veterinary Historical Museum: St Paul, Minnesota, 260 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.M6A76 1994 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine in Minnesota, illustrations, portraits, index

          Notes:  Edited by Thomas H. Boyd.

Association for Women Veterinarians and P.H. Larsen (1997). Our History of Women in Veterinary Medicine: Gumption, Grace, Grit, and Good Humor. Association for Women Veterinarians: Littleton, Colorado, 115 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF612.O87 1997

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Association for Women Veterinarians, women veterinarians, United States, biography, bibliography, illustrations

          Notes:  Compiled and edited by Phyllis Hickney Larsen.  Other title: Women in Veterinary Medicine.

Association of Experiment Station Veterinarians (1898). Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Association of Experiment Station Veterinarians, Omaha, Nebraska. United States Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin.  U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, DC, 29 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 22 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine societies, USDA Bureau of Animal Industry, veterinarians

Awkerman, L.C. (1978). The History of Veterinary Medicine in Lancaster County (PA). Awkerman: Manheim, Pennsylvania, 80 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.P4A95 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine Pennsylvania, veterinary medicine Lancaster County history, illustrations

Bartlet, J. (1770). The Gentleman's Farriery: or, a Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Horses: Wherein the Best Writers on the Subject have been Consulted, and M. La Fosse's Method of Trepanning Glandereel Horses is Particularly Considered and Improved: Also a New Method of Nicking Horses is Recommended; with a Copper-Plate and Description of the Machine. 7th edition, revised, J. Nourse: London, England, 370 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF951.B3 1770 R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, farriery, horse diseases, M. La Fosse, glandereel horses, nicking horses, early writers, veterinary medicine early works to 1800, index, color plates, illustrations, John Bartlet 1716?-1772

Bierer, B.W. (1939). History of Animal Plagues of North America, with an Occasional Reference to Other Diseases and Diseased Conditions. [publisher unknown]: Baltimore, Md, 97 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B474H

          Descriptors:  disease from 1656-1939, chronological disease accounts, animal diseases, threatened livestock, factual incidences

          Notes:  Issued in 5 pts.   Extensive bibliography at end of each part.

Bierer, B.W. (1955). A Short History of Veterinary Medicine in America. Michigan State University Press: East Lansing, Michigan, 113 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B474S

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine United States, veterinary history

Billings, F.S. (1890). Evidence Showing that the Report of the Board of Inquiry Concerning Swine Disease was Fixed, and an Address on Original Research in Nebraska. University of Nebraska, Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska, 18 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, swine disease, Nebraska, F.S. Billings 1845-1912, evidence

Billings, F.S. (1890). Inoculation for Swine Plague. [publisher unknown]: 14 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49I

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, inoculation, swine plague, Nebraska, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912

Billings, F.S. (1893). Original Investigations in Cattle Diseases in Nebraska: Southern Cattle Plague. Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska Bulletin No. 28.  Animal Disease Series no. 5.  University of Nebraska, Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska, 116 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 N27 (4) no. 28 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle diseases, babesiosis in cattle,  Texas fever, southern cattle plague, illustrations, colored illustrations, plates, animal diseases, Nebraska, Frank Seaver Billings, 1845-1912

          Notes:  Caption title:  Etiology of Southern Cattle Plague-Texas fever.  "Revised and augmented with many new investigations, and the true place of the tick as a vehicle of infection unquestionably demonstrated" other cover.

Billings, F.S. (1884). The Relation of Animal Diseases to Public Health, and Their Prevention. D. Appleton and Company: New York, New York, 446 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49Re 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary hygiene, public health, veterinary public health, animal diseases, index, illustrations, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912

Billings, F.S. (1888). Southern Cattle Plague and Yellow Fever, From the Etiological and Prophylactic Standpoints. Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska  Bulletin vol. 2 no. 3.   University of Nebraska, Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska, 141 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 N27 (4) no. 3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle plague, southern cattle plague, yellow fever, Nebraska, illustrations, plates, babesiosis in cattle, animal diseases, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912.

Billings, F.S. (1888). The Southern Cattle Plague (Texas Fever) of the United States, with Especial Relation to Its Resemblance to the Yellow Fever, an Etiological Study. Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station [Lincoln] Bulletin v. 2, no. 1, Journal County: Lincoln, Nebraska, 141 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49So 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle plague, southern cattle plague, Texas fever, yellow fever, Patho-Biological Laboratory, Nebraska, animal diseases, Billings, Frank Seaver 1845-1912, illustrations

          Notes:  "First report from the Patho-Biological Laboratory." 

Billings, F.S. (1889). Swine-Plague and Hog-Cholera: Critically Considered. State Journal County: Lincoln, Nebraska, 64p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, swine plague, hog cholera, Nebraska, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912

Billings, F.S. (1888). Swine Plague: With Especial Reference to Porcine Pests of the World; an Etiological, Patho-Anatomical, Prophylactic, and Critical Contribution to General Pathology and State Medicine. University of Nebraska.  Patho-Biological Laboratory Report 2, Journal Company, State Printers: Lincoln, Nebraska, 414 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B49S 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, swine plague, porcine pests, animal diseases, Nebraska, Patho-Biological Laboratory, footnotes, index, illustrations, plates, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912

Billings, F.S. (1888). Swine Plague: with Especial Reference to the Porcine Pests of the World; an Etiological, Patho-Anatomical, Prophylactic, and Critical Contribution to General Pathology and State Medicine. Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska Bulletin no. 4.  University of Nebraska, Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska: Lincoln, Nebraska, 414 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 N27 (4) no. 4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, swine plague, porcine pests, illustrations, plates, color illustrations, Nebraska, Frank Seaver Billings 1845-1912

Bitting, A.W. (1894). Leeches or Leeching (Bursattee). University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin no. 25, Florida Agricultural Experiment Station: Lake City, Florida, 48 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 F66S (1) no. 25 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, Florida, horse diseases, mule diseases, cattle diseases, bibliographic references, illustrations, Arvill Wayne Bitting 1870-1946

Bitting, A.W. (1898). The Relation of Water Supply to Animal Diseases. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station: Lafayette, Indiana, 51 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 In2P no. 70

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, water supply, illustrations

Bitting, A.W. (1896). Hog Cholera and Swine Plague in Indiana. Purdue University.  Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin no. 58, Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station: Lafayette, Indiana, 9 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 In2P no. 58 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, hog cholera, Indiana, swine plague, swine diseases, Arvill Wayne Bitting 1870-1946

Blaine, D.P. (1865). Blaine's Outlines of the Veterinary Art; or, A Treatise on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Curative Treatment of the Diseases of the Horse, and Subordinately, of those of Neat Cattle and Sheep. Illustrated by Surgical and Anatomical Plates. 7th edition, Longmans, Green, and Co.: London, England, 814 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B57 Ed.7 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary art, anatomy, physiology, treatment, diseases, illustrations, surgical plates, anatomical plates, horses, neat cattle, cattle, sheep

          Notes:  7th edition, revised throughout, and considerably enlarged by the addition of A Practical Nature, by Charles Steel.

Blaine, D.P. (1826). Outlines of the Veterinary Art; or, The Principles of Medicine As Applied to the Structure, Functions and Oeconomy of the Horse and to Diseases of Neat Cattle and Sheep. [publisher unknown]: London, England, 716 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B57V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, horses, neat cattle, cattle, diseases, illustrations

Blenkinsop, L.J. (1925). Veterinary Services. History of the Great War Based on Official Documents, H.M.S.O.: London, England, 782 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B61 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, World War One, World War I, veterinary service, military Great Britain, European War 1914-1918, illustrations, Sir Layton John Blenkinsop 1862-?

Boetius, C. and et. al. (1735). Scriptores Rei Rvsticae Veteres Latini: Cato, Varro, Colvmella, Palladivs Qvibvs Nvnc Accedit Vegetivs De Mvlo-Medicina Et Gargilii Martialis Fragmentvm Cvm Editionibvs Prope Omnibvs Et Mss. Plvribvs Collati. Adiectae Notae Virorvm Clariss. Integrae Tvm Editae Tvm Ineditae Et Lexicon Rei Rvsticae, Cvrante Io. Matthia Gesnero. [Ancient Latin Authors on Agriculture]. Lisiae, Svmtibvs C Fritsch: Leipzig, Germany, 2 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  30.8 Scr3 1735 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, rare book, plates, agriculture, early works to 1800, illustrations, bibliography, Great Britain, C.F. Boetius, Marcus Porcius Cato  234-149 B.C., Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella, Johann Matthias Gesner  1691-1761, Quintas Gargilius Marialis, Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus Palladius, Marcus Varro, King George II 1683-1760, Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Christian Friedrich Boetius 1706-1782, Latin writers, ancient writers, vignettes, Roman husbandry, Greek husbandry

          Notes:  Dedicated to George II, King of Great Britain.  Plates engraved by C.F. Boetius.  

Bouley, H.M. and A.F.A. Liautard (1874). Hydrophobia: Means of Avoiding Its Perils and Preventing Its Spread, As Discussed at One of the Scientific Soirees of the Sorbonne. Harper & Brothers: New York, New York, 61 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B66H 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, rabies, Henri Marie Bouley 1814-1885, Andre Francois Augustin Liautard 1835-1918

Bradley, O.C. (1923). History of the Edinburgh Veterinary College. 4th edition, Oliver and Boyd: Edinburgh and London, England, 101 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 B72 Ed.4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary education, Edinburgh Veterinary College, Great Britain, Orlando Charnock Bradley 1871-1937

Bradley, R. (1725). A Survey of the Ancient Husbandry and Gardening: Collected from Cato, Varro, Columella, Virgil and Others the Most Eminent Writers Among the Greeks and Romans: Wherein Many of the Most Difficult Passages in those Authors are Explain'd, and the Whole Render'd Familiar to Our Climate; with Variety of New Experiments. Adorn'd with Cuts. with a Preface, Shewing the Use of Husbandry, and the Necessity of Erecting Publick Gardens. B. Otte: London, England, 373 p.

          NAL Call Number:  30.8 B72 R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, ancient history, ancient husbandry, Greek husbandry, Roman husbandry, animal husbandry, plant husbandry, experiments, illustrations, agriculture early works to 1800, Marcus Porcius Cato, Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella, Marcus Terentius, Boetius Varro, Bradley Richard 1688-1732

          Notes:  Other authors:  Marcus Porcius Cato 234-149 B.C., Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella, Marcus Terentius, Boetius Varro.

Brown, Sir G.T. (1895). Animals of the Farm in Health and Disease. 3rd edition, J. Murray: London, England, 72 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B81A 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, illustrations

Browne, P.A. (1837). An Essay on the Veterinary Art; Setting Forth Its Great Usefulness, Giving an Account of the Veterinary Colleges in France and England, and Exhibiting the Facility and Utility of Instituting Similar Schools in the United States. To Which is Added, a Few Hints Upon the Propriety of Connecting Therewith an Insurance Upon the Lives of Horses. Thompson: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 22 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B812

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary art, veterinary history, Peter Arrell Browne 1782-1860

Brumley, O.V. (1943). A Text-Book of the Diseases of the Small Domestic Animals. 4th edition, Lea & Febiger: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 422 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 B836T Ed.4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, small animals, domestic animals, illustrations, engravings

          Notes:  4th ed., thoroughly revised.  Illustrated with 37 engravings.

Burns, P.W. (1976). Veterinary Medicine at Texas A & M University 1958-1975. State Institute: 97 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.T4B9

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Burns, Patton W., Texas, Texas A & M University, illustrations, bibliography

          Notes:  A bibliography. "A supplement to Eighty Years of Veterinary Medicine at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas 1878-1958 by Hubert Schmidt."  (NAL Call Number: 41.9 Sch5)

Butts, L. (1953). Cooper Curtice, "Dr. Ticks", American Agricultural Scientist, 1856-1939: and Notes Relative to "Texas Fever". [publisher unknown]: Fairfax, Virginia, 1 volume.

          NAL Call Number:  120 C943

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Cooper Curtice, Texas fever, Dr. Ticks, Butts, Lee, biography

Cadiot, P.J. (1897). Exercises in Equine Surgery by P.J. Cadiot, Translated by A.W. Bitting. W.R. Jenkins: New York, New York, 122 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C112E 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary surgery, horses diseases, illustrations, Pierre Juste Cadiot 1858-1934

Cadiot, P.J. (1901). Studies in Clinical Veterinary Medicine and Surgery by P.J. Cadiot. Translated, Edited, and Supplemented with 49 New Articles and 34 Illustrations by A.W. Dollar. W.R. Jenkins Co.: New York, New York, 619 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C112S 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, translation, illustrations, charts

California Legislature Joint Committee on Agriculture and Livestock Problems (1952). Special Report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Agriculture and Livestock Problems on:  Part 1. Vesicular Exanthema of Swine. Part 2. Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Canada. Part 3. Federal Animal Research Laboratory, Plum Island, New York. Senate of the State of California: Sacramento, California, 67 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C124Sp

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, U.S. Plum Island Animal Disease Center, vesicular exanthema of swine, foot-and-mouth disease Canada

California State Board of Examiners in Veterinary Medicine (1916). Official Register of Licensed Veterinarians of California. [publisher unknown]: Sacramento, California, 17 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 C123

          Descriptors:  veterinarians, licensed to practice

Cato, M.P. (1934). Marcus Porcius Cato, on Agriculture; Marcus Terentius Varro on Agriculture. The Loeb Classical Library.  [Latin Authors], Harvard University Press and W. Heinemann, Ltd: Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 542 p.

          NAL Call Number:  30.8 C29O 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, ancient history, ancient veterinary history, Latin authors, ancient authors, bibliography, agriculture early works to 1800, Marcus Terentius Varro, Marcus Porcius Cato, William Davis Hooper, Harrison Boyd Ash, Greek authors, Roman authors, ancient husbandry, animal husbandry, Greek husbandry, Roman husbandry

          Notes:  Ancient Latin authors.  Latin and English on opposite pages.  Bibliography provided.  English translation by William Davis Hooper 1869-later revised by Harrison Boyd Ash. Marcus Porcius Cato 234-149 BC.

Clater, F. (1878). Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor; A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Horned Cattle. [publisher unknown]: London, England, 380 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C57

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle, diseases, horned cattle, domestic animals

          Notes:  10th edition was done by Edward Mayhew in 1878.

Clater, F. (1825). Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor; Containing the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of All Diseases Incident to Oxen, Cows, and Sheep with Numerous Additions and Corrections Including a Short Treatise on the Anatomy and Physiology of Neat Cattle. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy: London, England, 347 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C57 Ed.6 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle, diseases, neat cattle, oxen, cows, sheep, anatomy, physiology, Francis Clater 1736-1823

          Notes:  6th ed., with numerous additions and corrections, by his sons, Samuel and John Clater.

Clater, F. (1844). Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor: Containing the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of All the Diseases Incident to Oxen, Sheep, and Swine; and a Sketch of the Anatomy and Physiology of Neat Cattle by Francis Clater. Edited, Revised, and Almost Completely Rewritten by William Youatt... with Numerous Additions, Embracing an Essay on the Use of Oxen, and the Improvement in the Breed of Sheep, etc. by J. S. Skinner... with Numerous Cuts and Illustrations. Lea and Blanchard: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 251 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C57 R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal diseases, oxen, cattle, neat cattle, sheep, swine, anatomy, physiology, illustrations, veterinary medicine history, domestic animals United States

          Notes:  Other authors:  John Stuart Skinner, 1788-1851 and William Youatt, 1776-1847. 

Clater, F. (1815). Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor, or a Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Horned Cattle: Being a Concise and Familiar Description of All the Diseases Incident to Oxen, Cows and Sheep; with the Most Simple and Effectual Method During the Lambing Season. A. Small: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 256 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF961.C63 1815 R

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle, horned cattle, diseases, color plates

          Notes:  Entirely rewritten by George Armitage.

Clement, A.W. (1891). Veterinary Post-Mortem Examinations. Sabiston & Murray: New York, New York, 64 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C592

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary autopsy, illustrations

Cobb, N.A. (1898). Report on the Parasites of Stock. New South Wales Dept. of Agriculture Misc. Pub. no. 215, New South Wales Dept of Agriculture: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 62 p.

          NAL Call Number:  23 N47M

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, parasites, livestock

Cole, S.W. (1850). The American Veterinarian, or Diseases of Domestic Animals. Jewett: Boston, Massachusetts, 288 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C67 1850 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal diseases, domestic animals, United States

          Notes:  Samuel W. Cole 1796-1851.

Cole, S.W. (1865). The American Veterinarian or Diseases of Domestic Animals. Orange Judd: New York, New York, 288 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C67 1865

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, domestic animals

Columella, L.J.M. (1745). L. Junius Moderatus Columella of Husbandry: In Twelve Books: and His Book Concerning Trees. Printed for A. Millar: London, England, 600 p.

          NAL Call Number:  30.8 C72H R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Roman husbandry, ancient Latin writer, English translation, Pliny, Cato, Varro, Palladius, agriculture early works to 1800, Special Collections

          Notes:  Translated into English, with several illustrations from Pliny, Cato, Varro, Palladius, and other ancient and modern authors.

Columella, L.J.M. (1941-1955). On Agriculture With a Recension of the Text and an English Translation by Harrison Boyd Ash. Loeb Classical Library. [Latin Authors].  Harvard University Press and W. Heinemann Ltd: Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 3 volumes. 

          NAL Call Number:  30.8 C72Ag 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, ancient Latin writers, Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella, Roman husbandry, Great Britain, bibliography, English translation, English and Latin, agriculture early works to 1800

          Notes:  English translation by Harrison Boyd Ash. Printed in Great Britain.  Latin and English on opposite pages. 

Connecticut General Assembly Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture (1860). Report of Testimony Heard by the Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture of the Connecticut Legislature, Relative to the Disease of Cattle Now Prevalent in Massachusetts. Carrington Hotchkiss, State Printers: New Haven, Massachusetts, 24 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C766

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, George H. Dadd, Amasa Walker, Daniel  Lindley, animal disease, contagious pleuropneumonia, Massachusetts

          Notes:  Contents include testimony of Hon. Amasa Walker, testimony of Dr. George H. Dadd and testimony of Rev. Daniel Lindley concerning contagious bovine pleuropneumonia in Massachusetts.

Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association (1916). Revised List of Veterinarians Licensed to Practise Veterinary Medicine, Surgery and Dentistry in the State of Connecticut. [publisher unknown]: Hartford, Connecticut, 14 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 C765

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, veterinary dentistry, Connecticut

Cotchin, E. and V. Carter (1990). The Royal Veterinary College, London: A Bicentenary History. Barracuda Books: Buckingham, England, 232 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF83.G7C67 1990

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Great Britain, Royal Veterinary College, bibliography, illustrations, index

Curtice, C. (1892). The Cattle Tick. [publisher unknown]

          NAL Call Number:  434 C94 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle tick, Cooper Curtice 1856-1939

Dadd, G.H. (1850). The Advocate of Veterinary Reform and Outlines of Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse; Also, a General History of Veterinary Science in England, with Practical Observations on Feeding, Watering, Grooming, Shoeing, and Care. The author: Boston, Massachusetts, 307 p.

          NAL Call Number:  42 D12

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, horses, Great Britain, illustrations, George H. Dadd 1813-1868

          Notes:  Also containing a veterinary dictionary, selected from the works of R. White, with selections from the works of Youatt, Percival, and Curtis, together with observations on bloodletting, and the use of poisons.

Dadd, G.H. (1880). The American Cattle Doctor; Containing the Necessary Information for Preserving the Health and Curing Diseases of Oxen, Cows, Sheep and Swine, with a Great Variety of Original Recipes, and Valuable Information in Reference to Farm and Dairy Management. O. Judd & Company: New York, New York, 359 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 D12 1880 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, cattle diseases

Dadd, G.H. (1857). The Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse. J. P. Jewett and Company: Boston, Massachusetts, 291 p.

          NAL Call Number:  444 D12    

          Abstract:  A series of examinations of equine anatomy and physiology, with instructions in reference to dissection and the methods of making anatomical preparations.  Included in this are a glossary of veterinary techniques a chart on toxicology and a veterinary science dictionary.

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, equine anatomy, physiology, dissection, anatomical preparations, anatomical illustrations, teaching textbook, veterinary dictionary, George H. Dadd 1813-1868

Dadd, G.H. (1855). The Modern Horse Doctor: Containing Practical Observations on the Causes, Nature, and Treatment of Disease and Lameness in Horses. Jewett: Boston, Massachusetts, 432 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 D12M 1855 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, horse diseases, lameness, illustrations, George H. Dadd 1813-1868

Dethloff, H.C. and D.H. Dyal (1991). A Special Kind of Doctor:  a History of Veterinary Medicine in Texas. First edition, Texas A & M University Press: College Station, Texas, 261 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.T4D47 1991 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine Texas history, Texas A & M University, veterinarians Texas history, bibliography, illustrations, index, Henry C. Dethloff, Donald H. Dyal

Detmers, H.J. and et. al. (1879). Investigation of Diseases of Swine, and Infectious and Contagious Diseases Incident to Other Classes of Domesticated Animals.  U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Special Report no. 12.  U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, DC, 292 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84S no. 12 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, swine diseases, infectious diseases, contagious diseases, domesticated animals, tables, plates, charts

          Notes:  Contains reports by H.J. Detmers, James Law, D.W. Voyles, D.E. Salmon, Albert Dunlap, Alban S. Payne, J.N. McNutt, and C.M. Hines.  Continued in Special Reports no. 22 and 34 under title:  Contagious Diseases of Domesticated Animals.  The first part of the report was published also in Annual Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1878, p.321-476.

Dickson, R.W. (1824). A Complete System of Improved Live Stock and Cattle Management; or, The Practical Guide to Gentlemen, Store-Pastors, Farmers, and Other Keepers of Stock, in Perfecting the Breeds and Varieties of the Several Kinds of Live Stock. Kelly: London, England,

          NAL Call Number:  40 D563 1824

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle management, livestock, breeding

          Notes:  2 volumes.   Related title - Improved Live Stock and Cattle Management, 1822.  Contains other useful and important information on rural practice and economy; illustrated by a series of fine engravings.

Dingley, P. and Great Britain Science Museum Library (1992). Historic Books on Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry:  the Comben Collection in the Science Museum Library. H.M. Stationery Office: London, England, 183 p.

          NAL Call Number:  Z6674.S39 1992 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Comben Collection, Norman, Science Museum Library, Great Britain, bibliography, domestic animals, illustrations, facsimiles

          Notes:  Pauline Dingley, compiler.

Dollar, J.A.W. and H. Moller (1912). Regional Veterinary Surgery and Operative Technique (incorporating Prof. Dr. H. Moller's "Veterinary Surgery."). Gay & Hancock Ltd: London, England, 1131 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 D69R 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary surgery, illustrations, John A.W. Dollar, Heinrich Moller 1841-1932

Driesch, A. (1990). Zweihundert Jahre Tierarztliche Lehre Und Forschung in Munchen.  [200 Years of Veterinary Teaching and Research in Munich]. Schattauer: Stuttgart, Germany and New York, New York, 212 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF756.37.G3Z9 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, veterinary teaching, veterinary research, West Germany, bibliography, illustrations

          Notes:  In German with English summaries.  

Drum, S. and H.E. Whiteley (1991). Women in Veterinary Medicine: Profiles of Success. First edition, Iowa State University Press: Ames, Iowa, 270 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF612.D7 1991 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, women veterinarians, biography, United States, Sue Drum, H. Ellen Whiteley, illustrations

Dunlop, R.H. and D.J. Williams (1996). Veterinary Medicine: an Illustrated History. Mosby: Saint Louis, Missouri,  692 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF615.D86 1996 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, pictorial works, illustrations, bibliography, David Jon Williams, maps

Eastern Iowa Veterinary Association Inc. (1939). 25th Anniversary Souvenir Book, 1913-1938. Eastern Iowa Veterinary Association, Inc: Iowa State, 155 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 Ea75 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary directory, portraits, illustrations, veterinary history, veterinarians, veterinary medicine societies

Edmonds, C.R. and G.K. Walker (1929). Diseases of Animals in Tropical Countries. 2nd edition, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 407 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ed5 Ed.2

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, tropical animal diseases, veterinary tropical medicine, illustrations, diagrams

          Notes:  First edition has title: Diseases of Animals in South Africa.

European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (1975). Report of the Meeting of the Research Group of the Standing Technical Committee of European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Brescia, Padua, Italy, September 23-26, 1975. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: Rome, Italy, 167 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF793.E9 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, animal disease, foot-and-mouth disease, illustrations, bibliography, United Nations

          Notes:  Text in English and French.

Faville, G.C. (1931). The Virginia State Veterinary Medical Association. The Virginia State Veterinary Medical Association: Richmond, Virginia, 70 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 V812 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, Virginia State Medical Association

          Notes:  "Founded in 1894." 

Fleming, G. (1871). Animal Plagues; Their History, Nature and Prevention. Chapman and Hall: London, England, 548 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 F62A 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, animal diseases, prevention

          Notes:  Chronological history of animal plagues from B.C. 1490 to A.D. 1800; volume 2 from A.D. 1800-1814.

Fleming, G. (1872). Rabies and Hydrophobia: Their History, Nature, Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention. Chapman and Hall: London, England, 405 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 F62R

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, George Fleming, rabies, hydrophobia, animal diseases, illustrations

Fleming, G. (1884?-1903). A Textbook of Operative Veterinary Surgery. Jenkins: New York, New York, 2 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41 F62 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary surgery, veterinary surgery history, illustrations, George Fleming

Fleming, G. (1898). The Wanton Mutilation of Animals. George Bell & Sons: London, England, 24 p.

          NAL Call Number:  42 F62W 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal mutilation, animal wounds, animal welfare, Nineteenth Century Magazine, reprint, plates, illustrations, George Fleming 1833-1901

          Notes:  Originally published in Nineteenth Century Magazine, March, 1895.  Reprinted with additions to, and alterations in, the article, and illustrations have been inserted.

Formad, R.J. (1926). Tumors of Domestic Animals. Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 40 p. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Bulletin no. 1449.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84B no. 1449

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, domestic animals, tumors

          Notes:  "Contribution from Bureau of Animal Industry."

Friedberger, F. (1908). Friedberger & Frohner's Veterinary Pathology. 6th edition, Hurst and Blackett, Ltd and W.T. Keener and Co.: London, England and Chicago, Illinois, 2 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41 F91V Ed.6 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary pathology, bacteriology, Franz Friedberger 1839?-1902

          Notes:  Preface in English signed by M.H. Hayes. Publication contains Notes on Bacteriology by Professor R. Tanner Hewlett.

Gamgee, J. (1866). The Cattle Plague; with Official Reports of the International Veterinary Congresses, held in Hamburg, 1863, and in Vienna, 1865. R. Hardwicke: London, England, 859 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 G14R

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, rinderpest, veterinary congress, John Gamgee 1831-1894

          Notes:  International Congress of Veterinary Science (1st: 1863: Hamburg, Germany); International Congress of Veterinary Science (2nd: 1865: Vienna, Austria).

Gesner, K. (1551-1587). Historiae Animalum Lib. [History of Animals]. Tiguri, Apud Christ Froschoverum: [place unknown]

          NAL Call Number:  412 G33 R Fo 

          Descriptors:  animal history, Konrad Gesner 1516-1565, portrait, illustrations, quadrupeds, birds, serpents, snakes, insects, scorpions, sixteenth century, Jacob Carronus, Kaspar Wolf

Gesner, K. (1560). Icones Animalvm Viviparorvm et Oviparorvm, Qvae in Historiae Animalvm Conradi Gesneri. Libro I. et II. Describvntvr, Cvm Nomenclatvris Singvlorvm Latinis, Graeci, Ilalics, Gallicis, et Germanicis Plervnque, et Aliarvm Qvoqve Lingvarvm, Certis Ordinibvs Digestae. [Illustrated Animals]. 2nd edition, Tigvri, excvdebbat C Froschovers: [place unknown], 127 p.

          NAL Call Number:  412 G33I Ed.2 

          Descriptors:  animal history, mammals, sixteenth century, Konrad Gesner 1516-1565, Conradi Gesneri, Latin history, icones, nomenclator, illustrations

          Notes:  Bound with this is the author's Icones avivm omnivm, ed. 2, 1560, and Nomenclatur aqvatilium animantivm, 1560.

Glynn, E.E. (1913). The Study of Disease in the Domesticated Animals, Its Importance to the Community, with a Plea for an Animal Hospital. An Inaugural Lecture Delivered before the University of Liverpool on Friday, February 21, 1913, by Ernest Glynn. Liverpool, University Press: Liverpool, England, 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 G52 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal disease, domesticated animals, lecture

Great Britain Army Cattle Committee (1918-1919). Report of the Army Cattle Committee. Army Cattle Committee of Great Britain: London, England, 2 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  43 G795 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle, Great Britain Army Cattle Committee, veterinary service military

Great Britain Colonial Office (1937). The Colonial Veterinary Service List. First edition, 1937, H.M. Stationery Office: London, England.

          NAL Call Number:  225 G79V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, colonies, biographies, yearbooks

          Notes:  Colonial no. 132, 160

Great Britain Committee on Veterinary Practice by Unregistered Persons (1945). Report. H.M. Stationary Office: London, England, 16 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 G7974 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, unregistered persons

          Notes:  Great Britain Parliament.  Papers by command - 6611

Great Britain Ministry of Agriculture. Fisheries and Food (1965). Animal Health. A Centenary, 1865-1965. H.M. Stationary Office: London, England, 396 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF657.A5 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, Great Britain

Gutsche, T. (1979). There Was a Man: the Life and Times of Sir Arnold Theiler, K.C.M.G., of Onterstepoort. H. Timmins: Cape Town, South Africa, 487 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF613.T45G87 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, South Africa, biography, bibliography, illustrations, index, plates, Sir Arnold Theiler 1867-1936

Hails, M.R. (1986). Plant Poisoning in Animals: a Bibliography from the World Literature 1980-1982. 2nd edition, CAB International: Farnham Royal, Slough, England, 69 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF757.5.H34 1986 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, plant poisoning, bibliography, livestock poisoning, plants, indexes

          Notes:  Supplement to the one published in 1983.

Hails, M.R. and T.D. Crane (1983). Plant Poisoning in Animals: a Bibliography from the World Literature, 1960-1979. CAB International: Farnham Royal, Slough, England, 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  Z6674.H3

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary toxicology, livestock poisoning, plants, physiological effects, bibliography, reprint, indexes

          Notes:  Originally published in:  Veterinary Bulletin, v. 52, no. 8 (Aug. 1982)-v. 52, no. 12 (Dec. 1982).

Hannah, H.W. and D.F. Storm (1959). Law for the Veterinarian and Livestock Owner. 1st edition, Interstate Printers and Publishers: Danville, Illinois, 196 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.5 H19 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary hygiene, legislation, veterinary law

Hartwig, A.H. (1921). Rural Veterinary Secrets; a Farmer's Text Book for Ready Reference and the Secret of Successfully Applying First Aid and Home Remedies to Ailing Farm Animals. [publisher unknown]: Watertown, Wisconsin, 260 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H252 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, home remedies, first aid, farm animals, illustrations

Harvey, W.F. (1940). Debatable Tumours in Human and Animal Pathology by W.F. Harvey, E.K. Dawson, and J.R.M. Innes. Oliver and Boyd: Edinburgh, London, England, 124 p.

          NAL Call Number:  448 H26 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, comparative medicine, human pathology, animal pathology, tumors, cancer, cancer research, disease, illustrations, plates

          Notes:  Published for the Cancer Control Organisation of Edinburgh and South-East Scotland. 
Half title:  Cancer Research Memoirs, no. 1.  These articles originally appeared in the Edinburgh Medical Journal, "Directional Literature":  p. 118-124.

Henderson, R. (1811). A Treatise on the Breeding of Swine, and Curing Bacon; with Hints on Agricultural Subjects. A. Allardice: Leith, England, 118 p.

          NAL Call Number:  46 H38 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, swine, bacon curing, swine breeding

Henderson, R. (1814). A Treatise on the Breeding of Swine, and Curing of Bacon; with Hints on Agricultural Subjects. A. Allardice: Leith, England, 139 p.

          NAL Call Number:  46 H38 Ed.2 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, swine breeding, bacon curing, swine

Hinds, J. (1830). The Veterinary Surgeon; or, Farriery Taught on a New and Easy Plan... with Additions and Improvements Particularly Adapted to this Country, by Thomas M. Smith. [publisher unknown]: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 224 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H582V

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, farriery, surgery, Thomas M. Smith, illustrations, plates

Hoare, E.W. (1913-1915). A System of Veterinary Medicine, by Various Writers. A. Eger: Chicago, Illinois,

          NAL Call Number:  41 H65S 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, microbial diseases, parasites, Edward Wallis Hoare 1863-

          Notes:  2 volumes with bibliographies interspersed.

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1915). Anaesthesia & Narcosis of Animals and Birds. Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 86 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary anesthesia, veterinary pharmacology, illustrations, animals, birds, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1938). Fifty Years a Veterinary Surgeon - Foreward by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Lonsdale. Hutchinson & Co., Ltd.: London, England, 288 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653F

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary surgery, veterinary education, illustrations, plates, portraits, Earl of Lonsdale, Great Britain, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

          Notes:  Includes a short history of the Royal Veterinary College (p. 105-140).

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1939). Hobday's Surgical Diseases of the Dog and Cat. 4th edition, edited by James McCunn, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 395 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653S Ed.4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary surgery, surgical diseases, dog diseases, cat diseases, James McCunn 1894-, illustrations, Great Britain, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

          Notes:  Printed in Great Britain.  "A William Wood Book."

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1947). Hobday's Surgical Diseases of the Dog and Cat. 5th edition, edited by James McCunn, [publisher unknown]: Baltimore, Maryland, 422 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653S Ed.5 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary surgery, surgical diseases, cat diseases, dog diseases, James McCunn, illustrations, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1953). Hobday's Surgical Diseases of the Dog and Cat. 6th edition, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 453 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653S Ed.6 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, surgical diseases, cat diseases, dog diseases, dogs, cats, Great Britain, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

          Notes:  Other author/editor:  James McCunn 1894-.  

Hobday, Sir F.T.G. (1924). Surgical Diseases of the Dog and Cat, with Chapters on Anaesthesia and Obstetrics. 3rd edition, revised and enlarged, Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 435 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H653S Ed.3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, dog diseases, cat diseases, veterinary surgery, dogs, cats, veterinary anesthesia, veterinary obstetrics, illustrations, Sir Frederick Thomas George Hobday 1870-1939

Hornsby, W.S. (1993). Veterinary Medicine in Louisiana, 1889-1979. Hornsby edition, Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association: Louisiana, 254 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.L6V48 1993 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine Louisiana history, veterinarians Louisiana history, Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association, illustrations, portraits, Hornsby Will Sidney, 1908-, biography

          Notes:  The Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association Board of Directors, recognizing the contribution of Dr. Will S. Hornsby and has designated this book as the "Hornsby Edition".

Huidekoper, R.S. (1898). Veterinary Blue Book. Veterinary Association of New York County: New York, New York, 389 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V642

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, blue book, directory

Huidekoper, R.S. (1899). Opinions Concerning the Desirability of a Veterinary Corps in the United States Army. U.S. Army: Washington, DC, 10 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 H87 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary service, military, United States

Ignace, J.A.E. (1984). Two Centuries of Veterinary Profession in Mauritius, 1771-1979. JAE Ignace: Rose Hill, Mauritius, 133 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF719.6.M45I5 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Mauritius, illustrations, maps

Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association Inc. (1932). The Veterinary Profession; Its Part in the Building of a Great Civilization. [publisher unknown]: Springfield, Illinois, 15 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 I164

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, history, veterinary profession

Indiana Veterinary Examining Board (1951). List of Graduate Licensed Veterinarians Registered in Indiana. [publisher unknown]: Indianapolis, Indiana,

          NAL Call Number:  225 In282 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary directory, licenses

Jewett, P. and et al. (1810). The Farmer's Farrier.  In Four Parts.  I. Of the Diseases of Horses.  II. Of the Diseases of Cattle.  III. Of the Diseases of Sheep.  IV. Of the Diseases of Swine. Intended for the Use of Farmers and Private Gentlemen.  Compiled From Jewett's New England Farrier. G. Hough & D. Cooledge: Concord, New Hampshire, 34 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 F22 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, domestic animal diseases, horse diseases, cattle diseases, sheep diseases, swine diseases

Joint Committee on Veterinary Education (1964). Manpower in Veterinary Medicine; a Report on the Status of Veterinary Manpower in the United States. [publisher unknown]: 12 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 J662

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary manpower, vocational guidance

          Notes:  Joint committee composed of members from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Veterinary Division of the Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges and the Executive Board and Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Karasszon, D. and E. Farkas (1988). A Concise History of Veterinary Medicine. Akademiai Kiado: Budapest, Hungary, 458 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF615.K37

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, English translation, index, illustrations, facsimiles, portraits, Hungary, bibliography

          Notes:  In English - translation revised by Iringo K. Kecskes.

Kirk, R. (1979). Animal Crackers:  Veterinary Tales from Europe and Africa; Drawings by Charles Gore. Collins: London, England, 253 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF613.K5A33

          Descriptors:  veterinary history, animal legends, veterinarians Great Britain, veterinarians Zambia, biography, drawings, illustrations, Richard Kirk, Charles Gore, Europe, Africa

Kirkeminde, P.B. (1976). History of Veterinary Medicine in Tennessee. 1st edition, Modern Typographers: Nashville, Tennessee, 450 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.T2K57

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine Tennessee history, bibliography, illustrations, index, Patricia Barclay Kirkeminde 1924-

Kitt, T. (1906). Text Book of Comparative General Pathology, for Practitioners and Students of Veterinary Medicine, by Professor Dr. Kit... Authorized Translation by Dr. William W. Cadbury. W. T. Keener & Co.: Chicago, Illinois, 471 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 K65T

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, pathology, comparative pathology, translation, Theodor Kitt 1858-1941, illustrations, Allen Smith

          Notes:  Edition with notes and additional illustrations by Dr. Allen J. Smith.     

Koprowski, H. and S.A. Plotkin (1985). World's Debt to Pasteur:  Proceedings of the Centennial Symposium Commemorating the First Rabies Vaccination, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wistar Symposium Series No. 3, A.R. Liss: New York, New York, 342 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QH301.W5 v.3

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, congresses, symposium, animal diseases, rabies, first rabies vaccination, Pennsylvania, rabies vaccines, illustrations, bibliographies, index, vaccinations, Hilary Koprowski, Stanley A. Plotkin, Louis Pasteur 1822-1895

Korinek, C.J. (1915). The Veterinarian. 1st edition, The Veterinarian Publishing Co.: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 256 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 K842

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, illustrations, portrait, Korinek, Charles James Korinek 1880-

Lansbury, C. (1985). The Old Brown Dog:  Women, Workers, and Vivisection in Edwardian England. University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, Wisconsin, 212 p.

          NAL Call Number:  HV4943.G7E535

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, vivisection, England, Great Britain, veterinary history 20th century, bibliography, index

Law, J. (1870). Address Delivered Before the New York State Agricultural Society, at Albany, on February 9th, 1870, by Professor James Law Entitled Rational and Irrational Treatment of Animals. Printed for the Society by C. Van Benthuysen & Sons: Albany, New York, 25 p.

          NAL Call Number:  In2 N48T v.29 1869 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal treatment, address, rational treatment, irrational treatment, James Law 1838-1921

          Notes:  Separately published by co-author, New York Agricultural Society at Albany in 1870, NAL Call Number:  41 L41 R. 

Law, J. (1887). The Farmer's Veterinary Advisor, a Guide to the Prevention and Treatment of Disease in Domestic Animals. 8th edition, The author: Ithaca, New York, 320 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L41F 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal disease, disease treatment, domestic animals, disease prevention, James Law 1838-1921

Law, J. (1896). The More Important Diseases of Swine: Their Prevention and Treatment. State of New Jersey: New Jersey, 27 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L41

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, swine diseases, prevention, James Law 1838-1921

          Notes:  Presented at the meeting of the N.J. State Board of Agriculture, January 15th, 1896.

Law, J. (1870). Rational and Irrational Treatment of Animals:  An Address Delivered Before the New York State Agricultural Society at Albany on Wednesday Evening, February 9th, 1870 by James Law. The New York Agricultural Society: Albany, New York, 25 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L41R

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, animal treatment, animal welfare, James Law 1838-1921

Law, J. (1896-1903). Text Book of Veterinary Medicine. The author: Ithaca, New York, 5 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L41T 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, disease, prevention, treatment, James Law 1838-1921

Lawrence, J. (1809). A General Treatise on Cattle, the Ox, the Sheep, and the Swine:  Comprehending Their Breeding, Management, Improvement and Diseases. 2nd edition, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones: London, England, 618 p.

          NAL Call Number:  40 L43G Ed.2

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle, ox, oxen, sheep, swine, breeding, management, diseases, John Lawrence 1753-1839

Leblanc, P. (1904). The Diseases of the Mammary Gland of the Domestic Animals. Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 111 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L491D 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, mammary gland, diseases, translation, domestic animals

          Notes:  Authorized translation by Lieutenant-Colonel J.A. Nunn.

Leckie, V.C. (1946). A Centaur Looks Back. Hodder & Stoughton: London, England, 157 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L496 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinarians, correspondence, reminiscences

Leeney, H. (1913). The Animal Doctor.  William R. Jenkins Co.: New York, New York, 489 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L51A 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal diseases, illustrations, Harold Leeney M.R.C.V.S. 1852-

          Notes:  Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress.

Leeney, H. (1921). Home Doctoring of Animals. 5th edition revised and enlarged, Macdonald & Martin: London, England, 351 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L51H 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, illustrations, advertising matter, Harold Leeney M.R.C.V.S. 1852-

Lemonds, L.L. (1995). Beginning the Second Century, 1982-1995. 1st edition, Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association: Hastings, Nebraska, 114 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF601.L451995

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Nebraska, Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association, illustrations, map, Leo L. Lemonds 1923-

Lemonds, L.L. (1982). A Century of Veterinary Medicine in Nebraska. 1st edition, Leo Lemonds: Rt 1, Hastings, Nebraska  68901, 95 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.N2L45 1982 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, Nebraska veterinary history, indexes, bibliography, illustrations

Leonard, E.P. (1979). A Cornell Heritage: Veterinary Medicine, 1868-1908. New York State College of Veterinary Medicine: Ithaca, New York, 288 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF777.L46 1979 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine history, index, illustrations, bibliography

Leonard, E.P. (1982). In the James Law Tradition, 1908-1948.  New York State College of Veterinary Medicine: Ithaca, New York, 342 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF777.N8L46 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine New York State history, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine history, veterinarians, bibliography, illustrations

          Notes:  Writing on the life of James Law 1838-1921.

Lewis, M. (1893). History of the Expedition Under the Command of Lewis and Clark: to the Sources of the Missouri  River, Thence Across the Rocky Mountains and Down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, Performed During the Years 1805-6, by Order of the Government of the United States. F.P. Harper: New York, New York, 4 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  125 L58 1893 Ed.

          Descriptors:  Meriwether Lewis 1774-1809, Lewis and Clark expedition, animal history, Missouri River, Columbia River, 1893 edition, Elliott Coues, Patrick Gass, expedition, index, bibliography, biography, Indians, William Clark, Paul Allen, description and travel, Thomas Jefferson, portraits, illustrations, maps, tables, meteorological register, appendices

          Notes:  A new edition faithfully reprinted from the only authorized edition of 1814 with a new biographical and bibliographical introduction, new maps and other illustrations, and a complete index, by Elliott Coues.  I.  Preface by the editor.  Preface to the original edition [by Paul Allen].  Memoir of Meriwether Lewis and Thomas Jefferson.  Supplement to Jefferson's Memoir of Meriwether Lewis by Dr. Coues.  Memoir of William Clark by D. Coues.  Memoir of Patrick Gass by Dr. Coues.  Bibliographical introduction by Dr. Coues.  History of the expedition.  Appendices: 1. Essay on an Indian Policy.  2. Estimate of the Western Indians.  3. Summary Statement.  4. Meteorological Register.  IV. Maps, tables and index. 

Liautard, A.F. (1892). Manual of Operative Veterinary Surgery. Sabiston & Murray: New York, New York, 786 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 L61M 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, illustrations, Alexandre Francois Liautard 1835-1918

Liautard, A.F. (1879). Vade Mecum of Equine Anatomy: for the Use of Advances Students and Veterinary Surgeons. American Veterinary College: New York, New York, 197 p.

          NAL Call Number:  444 L61 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, horses, anatomy, veterinary education, Alexandre Francois Liautard 1835-1918

London Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Library  (1953). Catalogue of the Historical Collection: Books Published Before 1850. [publisher unknown]: London, England, 36 p.

          NAL Call Number:  241.71 L842

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, bibliography

Lowe, W.H. and New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association (1900). The Veterinary Medical Register of the State of New Jersey. New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association: Paterson, New Jersey, 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 N463

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary directory, veterinary register

Machado, M.A. (1969). Aftosa: a Historical Survey of Foot-and-Mouth Disease and Inter-American Relations. State University of New York Press: Albany, New York, 182 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF793.M29 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, foot-and-mouth disease, bibliography, inter-American relations, aftosa

Machado, M.A. (1968). An Industry in Crisis Mexican-United States Cooperation in the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease. University of California Publications in History No. 80, University of California Press: Berkeley, California, 99 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF793.M32 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, foot-and-mouth disease, agriculture, international cooperation, illustrations, bibliography

Magrane, W.G. (1988). A History of Veterinary Ophthalmology.  Franklin Press: Elkhart, Indiana, 76 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF891.M35 1988 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary ophthalmology history, bibliographic references, illustrations

Martin, J.H. (1931). Personal Files of J. Holmes Martin [1931?-1938?]. [publisher unknown]: 1 box of photographs.

          NAL Call Number:  SF487.8.A1M37 R 

          Descriptors:  Theodore Carroll Byerly, Everett LeRoy Dakan, John A. Hannah, William Adams Lippincott, John Robbins Mohler, T.H. Morgan, Lewis Walter Taylor, Berley Winton, poultry scientists United States, photographs, Special Collections

          Notes:  Gift from the American Poultry Historical Society.  Collector affiliated with the Poultry Science Department of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.  Joseph Holmes Martin, 1895 was the original collector of the items.

Mascall, L. (1662). The Government of Cattle. J. Stafforf and W. Gilbertson: London, England, 307 p. 

          NAL Call Number:  40 M37 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, cattle, oxen, kine, calves, bulls, animal diseases, horses, goats, sheep, hogs, dogs, remedies, treatments

          Notes:  Divided into three books.  The first, Treating of Oxen, Kine, and Calves and How to Use Bulls and Other Cattle React to the Yoke and Fell.  The second, Discoursing of the Government of Horses, with Approved Medicines Against Most Diseases.  The third, Discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs; with True Remedies to Help the Infirmities that Befall any of Them. Gathered by Leonard Mascall.  Paging irregular: 151-154 repeated; 25-26 and 167-168 omitted in numbering.

Massachusetts Veterinary Association (1956). The Veterinarian. [publisher unknown]: Boston, Massachusetts,

          NAL Call Number:  41.8 V6457

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, Massachusetts Veterinary Association

McClure, R. (1901). McClure's American Horse, Cattle and Sheep Doctor. [publisher unknown]: Chicago, Illinois, 413 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M13 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, horses, cattle, sheep, diseases, illustrations

McCoy, J.J. (1964). The World of the Veterinarian. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard: New York, New York, 223 p. 

          NAL Call Number:  41 M132 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, vocational guidance, illustrations, facsimiles, portraits, Joseph J. McCoy 1917-

McCullough, L.B. and J.P. Morris III (1978). Implications of History and Ethics to Medicine-Veterinary and Human, Edited by Laurence B. McCullough and James Polk Morris III. Texas A & M University Centennial Academic Assembly: College Station, Texas, 158 p.

          NAL Call Number:  R131.A2I46 1978 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, medicine, Texas congresses, veterinarian ethics, medical ethics, Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine, bibliography, index

          Notes:  Other author:  Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine. 

McKenna, F., J.A. Campbell, E.B. Dibbell and  others (1937). Canine Practice; Selected Articles, by John F. McKenna, and Others. Veterinary Magazine Corp.: Chicago, Illinois, 78 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V643C 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, canines, dogs, illustrations

          Notes:  Reprinted from Veterinary Medicine in Chicago.

McMullen, G.L. (1996). Sources for the History of Agriculture and Rural Life in the Iowa State University Library. Iowa State University Library: Ames, Iowa, 128 p.

          NAL Call Number:  S441.S686 1996 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, United States, bibliography, catalogs, manuscripts, Iowa, index

Medawar, P.B. and J.S. Medawar (1983). Aristotle to Zoos: a Philosophical Dictionary of Biology. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 305 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QH302.5.M42 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, biology dictionaries, index, illustrations

Melvin, A.D. (1917). The Control of Hog Cholera, with a Discussion of the Results of Field Experiments by A.D. Melvin and M. Dorset. U.S. Dept of Agriculture: Washington, DC, 18 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84B no. 584 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Alonzo Dorus Melvin 1862-1917, Marion Dorset, hog cholera control, swine diseases

Merillat, L.A. (1935). Veterinary Military History of the United States; with a Brief Record of the Development of Veterinary Education, Practice, Organization and Legislation Sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association. The Haver-Glover Laboratories: Kansas City, Missouri, 2 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M54V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary military history, Delwin Morton Campbell, illustrations, portraits, veterinary service, military United States, American Veterinary Medical Association, Louis Adolph Merillat 1868-, veterinary education, veterinary practice, veterinary organization, veterinary legislation

 

Miessner, H. (1917). Epizootics and Their Control During War; a Guide for Army, Government and Practicing Veterinarians. Veterinary Medicine Series No. 15, American Veterinary Publishing Co.: Chicago, Illinois, 215 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M58 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal diseases, illustrations, Armin Anton Leibold 1889-, communicable diseases in animals, veterinary service military United States

          Notes:  Translation by A.A. Leibold. 

Miles, W. (1873). Modern Practical Farriery; a Complete Guide to All that Relates to the Horse. Mackenzie: London, England, 536 p.

          NAL Call Number:  42 M59M 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, farriery, horses, diseases, management, cattle, sheep, pigs, J.I. Lupton

          Notes:  Includes An Essay on the Diseases and Management of Cattle, Sheep and Pigs by J. I. Lupton. 

Miller, W.B.E. and L.V. Tellor (1885). The Diseases of Live Stock and Their Most Efficient Remedies; Including Horses, Cattle, Cows, Sheep, Swine, Fowls, Dogs, etc. Giving in Brief the Most Successful Treatment of American, English and European Veterinarians. H.C. Watts & Co.: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 523 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M61D 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, remedies, horses, cattle, cows, sheep, swine, fowls, dogs, American veterinarians, English veterinarians, European veterinarians, illustrations, plates

Mills, J. (1776). A Treatise on Cattle: Shewing the Most Approved Methods of Breeding, Rearing, and Fitting for Use, Horses, Asses, Mules, Horned Cattle, Sheep, Goats and Swine; with Directions for the Proper Treatment of Them in Their Several Disorders: to Which is Added, a Dissertation on Their Contagious Diseases. J. Johnson: London, England, 498 p.

          NAL Call Number:  40 M62 1776 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, contagious diseases, breeding, rearing, treatment, horses, asses, mules, horned cattle, sheep, goats, swine

          Notes:  Carefully collected from the best authorities, and interspersed with remarks.

Missouri Veterinary Examining Board (1906). Complete List of Veterinary Surgeons Licensed. [publisher unknown]: Springfield, Missouri, 16 p.

          NAL Call Number:  225 M696 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, veterinary surgeons, directory

Mitchell, E.B. (1916). Animal Disease and Our Food Supply. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 13 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84Y 1915 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, animal disease, food supply, USDA Bureau of Animal Industry, illustrations

          Notes:  Published in U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Yearbook, 1915, p. 159-172.  Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry.   

Mohler, J.R. (1920). Progress in Eradicating Contagious Animal Diseases. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 9 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84Y 1919 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, animal diseases, contagious diseases, BAI, Bureau of Animal Industry, USDA, diagrams, illustrations

          Notes:  In U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Yearbook 1919, p. 69-78. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. 

Mohler, J.R. and M.J. Rosenau (1915). The Origin of the 1908 Outbreak of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in the United States. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 23 p.

          NAL Call Number:   1 An510

          Descriptors:   veterinary medicine, veterinary history, foot-and-mouth disease, Bureau of Animal Industry, United States

          Notes:  At head of title:   U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.   Bureau of Animal Industry. Originally issued as Circular 147 of the Bureau of Animal Industry under the title:   The Origin of the Recent Outbreak of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in the United States - 1909.

Moller, H. (1895). Moller's Operative Veterinary Surgery. W. R. Jenkins: New York, New York, 733 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M73M 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, Heinrich Moller, John A.W. Dollar, illustrations

          Notes:  Translated and edited from the 2nd enlarged and improved edition of 1894, by J.A.W. Dollar, M.R.C.V.S. and Heinrich Moller 1841-1932.

Moore, J. (1921). Army Veterinary Service in War, by Major-General Sir John Moore with a Note by General Sir Charles Carmichael Monro. Brown: London, England, 191 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M782 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary service, military, veterinary service war, Great Britain Army Veterinary Service, camels, elephants, Sir John Moore 1864-, General Sir Charles Carmichael Monro, illustrations, England

Moore, W., L.J. Faulhaber and  J.H. Brown (1934). A Veterinary History of North Carolina. Hill Printing Company: Tarboro, North Carolina, 54 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M783 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, North Carolina history

          Notes:  Published by the authority of the North Carolina State Veterinary Medical Association.

Moore, W., L.J. Faulhaber and  J.H. Brown (1946). A Veterinary History of North Carolina . 2nd edition, Owen G. Dunn Co.: New Bern, North Carolina, 108 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 M783 Ed.2 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, North Carolina history

          Notes:  Written for the North Carolina State Veterinary Medical Association by J.J. Brown, William Moore, and L.J. Faulhaber. 

Morrill, C.C. (1979). Veterinary Medicine in Michigan; an Illustrated History. College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University: East Lansing, Michigan, 178 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF623.M67 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine Michigan history, bibliography, Charles Cleon Morrill 1907-

Mounted Service School. Fort Riley, Kansas ( 1906). The Army Horse in Accident and Disease. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 116 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 P73 1906 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, United States Army, Mounted Service School, illustrations, Alexander Plummer, Richard H. Power, War Department, horse diseases, animal diseases

          Notes:  A manual prepared for the use of students of The Training School for Farriers and Horseshoers, by the Training School instructors.  School of Application for Cavalry and Artillery, Fort Riley, Kansas, War Department Document no. 274.  This manual was originally compiled by Alexander Plummer and Richard H. Power and published in 1903. 

Mounted Service School. Fort Riley, Kansas (1909). The Army Horse in Accident and Disease. Military Pub Co.: New York, New York, 112 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 P73 1909 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, army horse, Mounted Service School, War Department, illustrations, horse diseases, animal diseases, Alexander Plummer, Charles H. Jewell, Robert Melville Danford, farriers, training

          Notes:  A manual prepared for the use of students of the Training School for Farriers and Horseshoers, by Training School instructors.  Mounted Service School, Fort Riley, Kansas, War Department Document no. 347.  In this edition a few errors of plates and text have been corrected by Veterinarian Alexander Plummer and Veterinarian Charles H. Jewell.  Includes a chapter on Age by the Teeth, compiled by Robert M. Danford.

National Research Council (US) Committee on Animal Health (1966). A Historical Survey of Animal Disease Morbidity and Mortality Reporting; a Report. National Research Council Publication no. 1346, National Academy of Sciences National Research Council: Washington, D.C., 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF758.N3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary morbidity, survey, animal disease, animal death, bibliography

New York State (1950). Higher Education, Veterinary Medicine: Law, Rules and Information. Handbook  No. 12, [publisher unknown]: Albany, New York, 37 p.

          NAL Call Number:  275.5 N48H 1950 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine law and legislation New York, University of the State of New York, handbook

Nicholson, B. (1988). Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science: 50th Anniversary Review 1938-1988. Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science: Adelaide, Australia, 149 p.

          NAL Call Number:  R673.S68I57 1988 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Australia, indexes, illustrations, portraits, research, South Australia

Northrup, L.E. (1917). More Live Stock, Better Live Stock, Healthy Live Stock. State Veterinary Department of Indiana: Indianapolis, Indiana, 153 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.5 In2

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary directory

          Notes:  Directory of veterinarians produced by a state veterinarian.

Olsen, S.L. (1996). Horses Through Time, Edited by Sandra L. Olsen, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Roberts Rinehart Publishers: Dublin, Colorado, 222 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QL737.U6087 1996 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, horse evolution, horse breeds, illustrations, maps, color illustrations, indexes, bibliographical references

Osler, W. (1878). On the Pathology of the So-Called Pig-Typhoid. Balliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 20 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Os5 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, typhoid fever, swine diseases

          Notes:  Reprint from the Veterinary Journal, June 1878.

Parish, H.J. (1950). Notes on Communicable Diseases of Laboratory Animals. E & S Livingstone, Ltd: Edinburgh, England, 69 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 P212 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, laboratory animals, animal diseases, communicable diseases in animals, laboratory animal diseases, Henry James Parish

Parish, H.J. (1968). Victory with Vaccines. The Story of Immunization. Livingstone: Edinburgh, England, 244 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QR181.P3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, vaccines, immunization, bibliography, vaccination history, Henry James Parish

          Notes:  Based on his history of immunization.

Patterson, R. (1838). Letters on the Natural History of the Insects Mentioned in Shakespeare's Plays: with Incidental Notices of the Entomology of Ireland. W.S. Orr & Co.: London, England, 270 p.

          NAL Call Number:  422 P27L 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Shakespeare, insects, entomology, Ireland, Robert Patterson 1802-1872, letters, natural history, index

Pattison, I. (1984). The British Veterinary Profession, 1791-1948. J.A. Allen: London, England, 207 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF779.5.P37 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinarians Great Britain history, Ian Pattison, Iain Pattison 1914, plates, illustrations, bibliography

Pelagonius (1980). Veterinary Art of Pelagonius. [Pelagonii Ars Veterinaria] Edited by Klaus-Dietrich Fischer. Biblioteca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana.  Teubner: Leipzig, Germany, 203 p.

          NAL Call Number:  PA6554.P65 1980 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, Pelagonius, bibliography, veterinary medicine early works to 1800, ancient medicine, Roman Empire, Greek Empire, Klaus-Dietrich Fischer, indexes

Pennsylvania University School of Veterinary Medicine (1935). History of the School of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, 1884-1934. Veterinary Alumni Society: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 226 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 P386H

          Descriptors:  illustrations, veterinary medicine history, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, influential people, founding fathers

          Notes:  Compiled by the faculty in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the school's founding.

Percivali, W., W. Youatt and et al. (1828-1902). The Veterinarian: a Monthly Journal of Veterinary Science. v. 1-75, Jan. 1828-Dec. 1902, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green: London, England,

          NAL Call Number:  41.8 V64 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, illustrations, plates, pathology

          Notes:  As of March 1903 absorbed by The Journal of Comparative Pathology.

Perry, J.F. (1921). Kennel Diseases: Their Symptoms, Nature, Causes, and Treatment. Little, Brown and Co.: Boston, Massachusetts, 424 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 P424 1921 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, kennels, animal diseases, Joseph Franklin Perry 1846-

Perry, J.F. (1904). Kennel Secrets. How to Breed, Exhibit and Manage Dogs. By "Ashmont". Little, Brown and Company: Boston, Massachusetts, 348 p.

          NAL Call Number:  48 P42 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, dogs, dog diseases, Joseph Franklin Perry 1846-, illustrations

Phipson, E. (1883). The Animal-Lore of Shakespeare's Time. Including Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fish and Insects. Kegan, Pual, Trench: London, England, 476 p.

          NAL Call Number:  PR3044.P5  

          Descriptors:  Shakespeare, Emma Phipson, veterinary medicine history, animal lore, quadrupeds, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, bibliography, illustrations, natural history, William Shakespeare 1564-1616

Pliny, The Elder (1938-1962). Natural History, With an English Translation by H. Rackman. The Loeb Classical Library. [Latin Authors], Harvard University Press and W. Heinemann, Ltd.: Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 10 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  409 P712N 

          Descriptors:  Pliny, natural history, animal history, Latin history, pre-Linnean works, H. (Harris) Rackham, Latin authors

          Notes:  At head of title:   Pliny. Latin and English on opposite pages. Other author:  Harris Rackhamn 1868-1944. 

Pugh, L.P. (1962). From Farriery to Veterinary Medicine, 1785-1795. W. Heffer and Sons Ltd.: Cambridge, Massachusetts, 178 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 P963  

          Abstract:  This work was published for the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. It traces the founding of the veterinary profession in England.  It transitions from the crudities and cruelties of 'farriery witchcraft" to the first years of veterinary education and on to the official recognition of the veterinary profession by the Royal Charter in 1844.

          Descriptors:  influential people, illustrations, founding of veterinary profession, England

Riddle, J.T. (1985). Forty Years with People and Pets. Family Publishing Co.: Marietta, Georgia, 304 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF613.R53A45 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, biography, Georgia history, illustrations

Salmon, D.E. (1902). Emergency Report on Surra by D.E. Salmon and Ch. Wardell Stills; with a Bibliography of Surra and Allied Trypanosomatic Diseases by Albert Hassall. United States.  Bureau of Animal Industry. Bulletin no. 42, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 152 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 42 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, surra, trypanosomiasis, bibliography, Bureau of Animal Industry, plates, illustrations, index, D.E. Salmon 1850-1914

Salmon, D.E. (1901). Is Rabies a Specific Disease? [publisher unknown]: New York, New York, 19 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sa3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, rabies, infectious diseases, D.E. Salmon 1850-1914

Salmon, D.E., V.A. Moore and E.A. de Schweinitz (1896). Cornstalk Disease and Rabies in Cattle; Investigations Conducted Under the Direction of D.E. Salmon. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 10, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 92 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 10  

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, plates, illustrations, index, bibliographic references, bovine pneumonic pasteurellosis, Toxaemia maidis, cattle diseases, rabies, Daniel Elmer Salmon 1850-1914

          Notes:  An Investigation into the Nature, Cause, and Means of Preventing Cornstalk Disease (Toxaemia maidis) of Cattle by Veranus A. Moore.  A Disease of Cattle not Distinguishable from Rabies.  Chemical Examination of Cornstalks Presumably the Cause of Cornstalk Disease in Cattle by E.A. de Schweinitz. Veranus Alva Moore 1859-1931.   

Salmon, D.E. (1901). The United States Bureau of Animal Industry, at the Close of the Nineteenth Century 1844-1900. The author: Washington, D.C., 387 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An52S 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, United States Bureau of Animal Industry, illustrations, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Daniel Elmer Salmon 1850-1914

          Notes:  Binder's title:   Century Souvenir Book by D.E. Salmon, D.V.M., Chief of the Bureau. 

Salmons, R.M. (1963). Veterinary Medical Periodicals Currently Received in the National Agricultural Library. Library List no. 76.   National Agricultural Library, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: Washington, D.C., 10 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.916 L612 no. 76 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, periodicals

Salt, H.S. (1980). Animals Rights: Considered in Relation to Social Progress. Society for Animal Rights: Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, 240 p.

          NAL Call Number:  HV4708.S3 1980 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, animal rights, bibliography, vivisection, veterinary surgery, Peter Singer, C. R Magel, Henry Stephens Salt 1851-1939

          Notes:  Originally published in 1892. Works by Henry S. Salt on p. 219-225.  Includes bibliographies from the 1892 and 1922 editions and an updated bibliography prepared by C.R. Magel. Preface by Peter Singer. 

Saunders, L.Z. (1980). Veterinary Pathology in Russia, 1860-1930. Cornell University Press: Ithaca, New York,

          NAL Call Number:  SF769.S28 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary pathology Soviet Union history, Leon Z. Saunders 1919-, bibliography, index

Saunders, L.Z. (1996). A Biographical History of Veterinary Pathology. Allen Press: Lawrence, Kansas, 589 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF612.S38 1996 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinarians biography, pathologists biography, veterinary pathology history, illustrations, index, bibliographical references

Schmidt, H. (1958). Eighty Years of Veterinary Medicine at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas: a Brief History of the School of Veterinary Medicine, 1878-1958. College Archives, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas: College Station, Texas, 40 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.9 Sch5

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, Texas A & M University, illustrations, portrait, Hubert Schmidt 1886-1958

          Notes:  Edited by Richard Duncan Turk.

Schmidt, S. (1963). Virus-Vaccines; Fowl Plague and Foot-and-Mouth Disease. Munksgaard: Copenhangen, Denmark, 63 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sch57 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, foot-and-mouth disease, preventive inoculation, fowl plague, vaccination of animals, veterinary virology, illustrations, bibliography

Schwabe, C.W. (1978). Cattle, Priests, and Progress in Medicine. The Wesley W. Spink Lectures on Comparative Medicine, 4, University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, Minnesota, 277 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF615.S3 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, medicine, veterinary history, index, illustrations, bibliography

Schwabe, C.W. (1964). Veterinary Medicine and Human Health. Williams & Wilkins: Baltimore, Maryland, 516 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF745.S37

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, human health, public health, bibliographies, illustrations, maps

Skellett, E. (1811). A Practical Treatise on the Parturition of the Cow, or the Extraction of the Calf, and on the Diseases of Neat Cattle in General; with the Most Approved Methods of Treatment, and Best Forms of Prescription Adapted to Veterinary Practice. A. Wilson: London, England, 364 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sk2 R

          Descriptors:  cattle, parturition, veterinary obstetrics

Smith, Sir F. (1913). The Early History of Veterinary Literature and Its British Development. Bailliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 3 volumes.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm52H 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, bibliography, Great Britain, Sir Frederick Smith 1857-1929 

          Notes:  Vol. 1 is photocopied from issues of the Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics for 1913-17; v.2-3, reprinted from issues of the Veterinary Journal for 1923-30. 

Smith, Sir F. (1927). A History of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, 1796-1919, by Sir Frederick Smith. Balliere, Tindall and Cox: London, England, 268 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm52Hi 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary service Great Britain, Great Britain Army, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, veterinary service military, Sir Frederick Smith 1857-1929

          Notes:  Published for the "Royal Army Veterinary Corps Officer's Fund."

Smith, T. (1900). Adaptation of Pathogenic Bacteria to Different Species of Animals. [publisher unknown]: 1 volume.

          NAL Call Number:  448.2 Sm6A 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, bacteria, pathogenic bacteria, infectious diseases, animal diseases, animal species, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. (1903). The Agglutination Affinities of Related Bacteria Parasitic in Different Hosts. [publisher unknown]: 30 p.

          NAL Call Number:  448.2 Sm6 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, agglutination affinities, parasitism, bacteria, parasitic bacteria, hosts, animal diseases, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. (1908). The House-Fly as an Agent in the Dissemination of Infectious Diseases. [publisher unknown]: 1 volume.

          NAL Call Number:  428 Sm6S 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, house-fly, infectious diseases, animal diseases, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. (1895). Notes on Bacillus Coli Communis. [publisher unknown]: 20 p.

          NAL Call Number:  448.2 Sm6No 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, infectious diseases, Bacillus coli communis, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. (1891). On Changes in the Red Blood Corpuscles in the Pernicious Anemia of Texas Cattle Fever. [publisher unknown]: 16 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm60 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, red blood corpuscles, pernicious anemia, Texas fever, cattle fever, Texas cattle fever, babesiosis in cattle, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. (1934). Parasitism and Disease. Princeton University Press: Princeton, New Jersey, 196 p. 

          NAL Call Number:  436 Sm62 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, parasitism, diseases, animal diseases, disease causes, theories of disease causes, parasites, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

          Notes:  Published for the Louis Clark Vanuxem Foundation.  In editing of the lectures for publication they have been expanded and several chapters added.

Smith, T. (1889). Preliminary Observations on the Micro-Organism of Texas Fever. [publisher unknown]: 15 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm6P 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, micro-organism of Texas fever, Texas fever, cattle disease, babesiosis in cattle, veterinary microbiology, Theobald Smith 1859-1934

Smith, T. and F.L. Kilborne (1937). Investigations into the Nature, Causation and Prevention of Southern Cattle Fever. Medical Classics v. 1, no. 5, The Williams & Wilkins Company: Baltimore, Maryland, 669 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm6In 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, cattle diseases, myobacterium, tuberculosis, babesiosis in cattle, tuberculosis in cattle, plates, colored plates, illustrations, portrait, index, bibliography, biography, comparative medicine, Theobald Smith 1859-1934, Fred Luciu Kilborne 1858-1936

          Notes:  Other title:  A Comparative Study of Bovine Tubercle Bacilli and of Human Bacilli from Sputum.

Smith, T. and F.L. Kilborne (1893). Investigations into the Nature, Causations, and Prevention of Texas or Southern Cattle Fever. United States, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 1, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 301 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 1

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle fever, Texas fever, southern cattle fever, animal diseases, cattle diseases, disease prevention, babesiosis in cattle, Bureau of Animal Industry, Theobald Smith 1859-1934, Fred Lucius Kilborne, disease causation, plates, illustrations, Veranus A. Moore 1859-1931

          Notes:  Also published in U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Bureau of Animal Industry Annual Report, 8th-9th, 1891-92, p. 177-304.

Smith, T. and V.A. Moore (1894). Additional Investigations Concerning Infectious Swine Diseases. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 6, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 117 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 6

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, infectious diseases, animal diseases, swine diseases, Bureau of Animal Industry, index, bibliographical references, Theobald Smith 1859-1934, Veranus A. Moore 1859-1931

Smith, T. and V.A. Moore (1896). Investigations Concerning Infectious Diseases Among Poultry. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 8, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D. C., 90 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5b no. 8 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, infectious diseases, animal diseases, poultry diseases, Bureau of Animal Industry, plates, illustrations, bibliographical references, indexes, Theobald Smith 1859-1934, Veranus A. Moore 1859-1931

Smithcors, J.F. (1963). The American Veterinary Profession, Its Background and Development. Iowa State University Press: Ames, Iowa, 704 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm62A  

          Abstract:  Part one discusses the background of the American veterinary profession.  There are chapters on livestock, witchcraft vs. animal medicine, founding people, amateurs as practitioners, and veterinary journalism.  Part two discusses the development of the profession.  There are chapters on founding organizations, animal disease and public health, disease control, early years of struggle, veterinary education, and military veterinary history.

          Descriptors:  founding of veterinary profession, early history, veterinary journalism, organizational beginnings, by-laws of U.S. Veterinary Medical Association (USVMA), public health issues

Smithcors, J.F. (1957). Evolution of the Veterinary Art; a Narrative Account to 1850. Veterinary Medicine Publishing Co.: Kansas City, Missouri, 408 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sm62 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, illustrations, bibliographies

Smithcors, J.F. (1975). The Veterinarian in America, 1625-1975. American Veterinary Publications, Inc.: Santa Barbara, California, 160 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF623.S6 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine United States, illustrations, index, bibliography, veterinarians in America

          Notes:  Text, abridged with revisions from Smithcors' The American Veterinary Profession.

Smithcors, J.F. and A. Smithcors (1997). Five Centuries of Veterinary Medicine: a Short Title Catalog of the Washington State University Veterinary History Collection. Washington State University Press: Pullman, Washington, 145 p.

          NAL Call Number:  Z6674.W37 1997 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, bibliography, indexes, catalog, five centuries of veterinary medicine, Washington State University, illustrations

Snape, E. (1805). A Practical Treatise on Farriery Including Remarks on All Diseases Incident to Horses. Reynell: London, England, 152 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sn1 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Edward Snape, farriery, animal diseases, horse diseases, horses, Great Britain

St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences (1947). Abstracts of Features Comprising the Second Graduate Course in Animal Health and Allied Sciences, April 28th to May 3rd, 1947. [publisher unknown]: St. Louis, Missouri, 133 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Sa24 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary hygiene, animal health, graduate course abstracts, St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

Stalheim, O.H.V. (1988). Veterinary Medicine in the West, Edited by Ole H.V. Stalheim. Sunflower University Press: Manhattan, Kansas, 82 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.A17V47 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary medicine West United States history, bibliographies, index

          Notes:  From the January 1988 Journal of the West, with one additional article.

Stalheim, O.V. (1996). Guide to Collections of Papers Pertaining to American Veterinary History. OHVEE, Inc.: Ames, Iowa, 39 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF623.G84 1996

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, bibliography, United States, Canada, guide to collections of papers, index

Stalheim, O.V. (1994). The Winning of Animal Health: 100 Years of Veterinary Medicine. 1st edition, Iowa State University Press: Ames, Iowa, 251 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF623.S73 1994 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, animal health, animal diseases, bibliography, indexes, first edition, illustrations, Fort Dodge Laboratories, hog cholera, animal health organizations

Stiles, C.W. (1913). Hookworm Disease: Number of Treatments and Number of Full Doses of Thymol Administered in 61 Hospitals and 22 Home-Cured Cases of Hookworm Infection. Public Health Reports.  Government Printing Office (GPO): Washington, D.C., 8 p.

          NAL Call Number:  448 St5H 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, hookworm disease, treatment, thymol, reprint, George F. Leonard, zoology, United States Public Health Service, International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, Charles Wardell Stiles 1867-1941

          Notes:  By Charles Wardell Stiles, Professor of Zoology, and George F. Leonard, Assistant, Hygienic Laboratory, United States Public Health Service.  This is reprint no. 113 from Public Health Reports, January 17, 1913.  This is also reprinted from the Public Health Reports, vol. XXVIII, no. 3, January 17, 1913.   Read at the 25th International Congress on Hygiene and Demography, Washington, September, 1912.

Stockton, J.J. (1984). A Century of Service: Veterinary Medicine in Indiana, 1884-1984, Edited by Jack J. Stockton. Board of Directors, Indiana Veterinary Medical Association: Indianapolis, Indiana, 199 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.I64C46 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, illustrations, bibliography, Indiana, veterinary medicine in Indiana, Jack J. Stockton, Indiana Veterinary Medical Association

Swabe, J. (1999). Animals, Disease, and Human Society: Human Animal Relations and the Rise of Veterinary Medicine. Routledge Studies in Science, Technology, and Society no. 2, Routledge: London, England and New York, New York, 243 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF615.S935 1999 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, bibliography, animal diseases, domestic animals, social aspects history, index, human-animal relations history, zoonoses history, Joanna Swabe

Taplin, W. (1797). A Compendium of Practical and Experimental Farriery, Originally Suggested by Reason and Confirmed by Practice. Equally Adapted for the Convenience of the Gentleman, the Farmer, the Groom, and the Smith. Bonsal & Niles: Wilmington, Delaware, 290 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 T164 R

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, horse diseases, William Taplin, illustrations, experimental farriery

          Notes:  Interspersed with such remarks, and elucidated with such cases, as evidently tend to insure the prevention, as well as to ascertain the cure of disease.  By William Taplin, surgeon, author of "The Gentleman's Stable Directory, 2 vols."  the twelfth edition of which is now published. Engraved front.  William Taplin died 1807.

Thompson, R. (1986). The Good Doctors. First edition, Maryland Veterinary Medical Association: Fallston, Maryland, 246 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.M3T6 1986 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Maryland Veterinary Medical Association history, veterinarians Maryland history, index, illustrations, bibliography, Ray Thompson 1926-

          Notes:  Introduction by Roger Caras.

Thompson, R.H. (1982). After 1883: One Hundred Years of Organized Veterinary Medicine in Pennsylvania, [by] Ray Thompson; with Contributed Sections by Loy C. Awkerman...[et al.]; Epilogue by Alexander Rush. First edition, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 235 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF624.P4T49 1982 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine Pennsylvania history, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, illustrations

          Notes:  Printed and distributed by W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, 1982. 

U.S. Agricultural Research Service (1958). Career Opportunities for Veterinarians in the Agricultural Research Service. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.  Miscellaneous Publication no. 727, U.S. Govt Printing Office: Washington, DC, 16 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84M no. 727 1958 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinarians, veterinary careers in ARS, illustrations, United States, U.S. Agricultural Research Service, career opportunities for veterinarians

U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry (1948). Career Opportunities for Graduate Veterinarians in the Bureau of Animal Industry. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.  Miscellaneous Publication no. 671, U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 18 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84M no. 671 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinarians, veterinary careers, illustrations, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry, career opportunities for graduate veterinarians

U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry (1951). Information Concerning the Study and Practice of Veterinary Medicine. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C., 2 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.972 A2In32 1951

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary practice, United States, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry, veterinary study information

          Notes:  Issued May 3, 1951.

U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry (1953). Information Concerning the Study and Practice of Veterinary Medicine. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C., 2 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.972 A2In32 1953 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary practice, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry, veterinary study information

          Notes:  Issued May 12, 1953.

U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry (1949). Program for Employment of Veterinarian Trainees. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C., 5 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.972 A2P945

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary trainees, veterinary employment, veterinary trainees program, employment, United States, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry

          Notes:  Issued Sept. 26, 1949.

U.S. Dept of Agriculture (1878). Report, 1877. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C.  140 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag84 1877 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, diseases, domestic animals, United States, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

U.S. Dept of Agriculture Office of the Secretary (1924). List of Livestock Organizations. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C., 51 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.9 Ag86L

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, livestock, veterinary directory, United States, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Office of the Secretary

          Notes:  Mimeographed.

U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration (1955). The Veterinarian in Civil Defense. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D. C., 23 p.

          NAL Call Number:  173.4 F31V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinarian in civil defense, United States, United States Federal Civil Defense Administration

Udall, D.H. (1912). Veterinarian's Handbook of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Carpenter & Company: Ithaca, New York, 177 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ud1 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, pharmacy, Denney Hammond Udall 1874-

Udall, D.H. (1917). Veterinarian's Handbook of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Macmillan: New York, 177 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Ud1 1917 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, pharmacy, Denney Hammond Udall 1874-

United States Army Veterinary Corps (1942). Veterinary Service in Wartime. Veterinary Magazine Corp.: Chicago, Illinois, 112 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V643V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, veterinary service, military United States, United States Army Veterinary Corps, illustrations, portraits

          Notes:  Reprinted from Veterinary Medicine. 

United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics (1937). Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States Department of Agriculture, November 1937. [publisher unknown]: Washington, D.C., 102 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1.9 Ec7Wa 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Everett Eugene Edwards, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, United States Department of Agriculture, plates, illustrations, map, Land Grant College Act, collection of observations

          Notes:  A collection of observations on agriculture, by Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln, prepared in connection with the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the United States Department of Agriculture and the passage of the Land Grant College Act 1862.  Forword by Everett E. Edwards, who is also responsible for the selections and the introductory notes.  A committee consisting of Roy F. Hendrickson, Mary G. Lacy, Caroline B. Sherman, and O.C. Stine assisted in the publication. Selected references at end of each section.  Other authors:  Everett Eugene Edwards 1900-, Thomas Jefferson 1743-1826, Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865, George Washington 1732-1799.

United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1898). The Inspection of Meats for Animal Parasites, Prepared Under the Direction of D.E. Salmon. Bulletin, no. 19.   United States Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 161 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 19 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, United States Bureau of Animal Industry, D.E. Salmon, Charles Wardell Stiles, Albert Hassall, meat inspection, domestic animal parasites, flukes, tapeworms, United States Dept. of Agriculture, illustrations,  bibliography, index

          Notes:  "Issued February 8, 1898."  I. The Flukes and Tapeworms of Cattle, Sheep, and Swine, with Special Reference to the Inspection of Meats by Charles Wardell Stiles.  II.  Compendium of the Parasites, Arranged According to their Hosts by Albert Hassall.  III. Bibliography of the More Important Works cited by Albert Hassall.

United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1943). Instructions for Employees Engaged in Eradicating Foot-and-Mouth Disease. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C.  36 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5In 1943 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, foot-and-mouth disease, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1925, 1943, United States, United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Administration, instructions for employees

          Notes:  At head of title:  U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Animal Industry. "Issued March 1925; revised October 1943."

United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1893). A Revision of the Adult Cestodes of Cattle, Sheep, and Allied Animals by Ch. Wardell Stilles and Albert Hassall. United States. Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 4.   U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 134 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 4 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, plates, illustrations, bibliography, cestodes, cestoda, Charles Wardell Stiles, Albert Hassall, cattle, sheep, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, allied animals

United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1891). Special Report on the Cause and Prevention of Swine Plague. Results of Experiments Conducted Under the Direction of Dr. D.E. Salmon. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 166 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An52Sp 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, swine diseases, swine plague, cause of swine plague, prevention of swine plague, animal diseases, Dr. D.E. Salmon, Theobald Smith, plates, illustrations, experiments, United States, United States Bureau of Animal Industry

          Notes:  At head of title:  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.

United States Bureau of Animal Industry and C. Curtice (1890). The Animal Parasites of Sheep. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C.  222 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An52C

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, sheep, parasites, animal parasites, illustrations, plates, United States, United States Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry, Cooper Curtice 1856

          Notes:  At head of title:  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry. 

United States Bureau of Animal Industry USDA (1896). Tapeworms of Poultry, Prepared Under the Direction of D.E. Salmon. United States Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletin no. 12, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry: Washington, D.C., 88 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 An5B no. 12 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, poultry, United States Bureau of Animal Industry, plates, illustrations, bibliography, poultry parasites, cestoda, D.E. Salmon, Charles Wardell Stiles, Albert Hassall, tapeworms, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

          Notes:  Issued July 11, 1896.  Report on the Present Knowledge of the Tapeworms of Poultry by Charles Wardell Stiles.  Bibliography of the Tapeworms of Poultry by Albert Hassall.   

United States Congress Senate Committee on Armed Services (1954). Commissioning of Officers in Army Veterinary Corps, and Medical Care for Members of Coast Guard and their Dependents in Naval Hospitals: Hearing before a Subcommittee, Eighty-Third Congress, Second Session on S. 932 and S. 33 March 10, 1954. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 24 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Un353 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary history, United States Army Veterinary Corps, United States Coast Guard, veterinary service, military United States, U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Armed Services

United States Congress Senate Committee on Military Affairs (1914). Army Veterinary Service. Hearing before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate, 63rd Congress, 2d Session, on S. 4331, a Bill to Consolidate the Veterinary Service, United States Army, and to Increase Its Efficiency. Printed for the Use of the Committee on Military Affairs. U.S. Govt. Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 24 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 Un35 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, United States Congress Senate Committee on Military Affairs, Army veterinary service, 63rd Congress, S. 4331, United States Army Veterinary Corps, veterinary service, military law and legislation United States

United States Dept of Agriculture, J. Gamgee and H. Capron (1871). Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture. --Report of Professor Gamgee on the Lung Plague. --Report of Dr. J.J. Woodward on the Pathological Anatomy and Histology of the Respiratory Organs in the Pleuro-Pneumonia of Cattle. --Report of Professor Gamgee on the Ill Effects of Smutty Corn in the Feed of Farm Animals. --Report of Professor Gamgee on the Splenic or Periodic Fever of Cattle. --Report of Drs. Billings and Curtis of Results of Examinations of Fluids of Diseased Cattle with Reference to the Presence of Cryptogamic Growths. --Report of H.W. Ravenel on the Fungi of Texas. --Report of J.R. Dodge on Statistical and Historical Investigations of the Progress and Results of the Texas Cattle Disease. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 205 p.

          NAL Call Number:  1 Ag85D 

          Descriptors:  Texas cattle disease, cattle diseases, Horace Capron 1804-1885, John Gamgee 1831-1894, Joseph Janvier Woodward, John Shaw Billings, Edward Curtis, Jacob Richards Dodge, lung plague, respiratory organs, pleuro-pneumonia, smutty corn, Texas cattle fever, H.W. Ravanel, illustrations, part colored plates, plates, United States, Commissioner of Agriculture, United States Dept. of Agriculture

United States Dept. of the Air Force ([date unknown]). The Veterinary Technician. U.S. Dept. of the Air Force. Air Force Manual no. 163-162.  United States Air Force: Washington, D.C., 1 volume.

          NAL Call Number:  TX533.U5

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary service, military, food adulteration and inspection, United States Air Force veterinary service, manual, appendix, bibliography, illustrations, veterinary technician, United States Dept. of the Air Force

University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaigne campus) Dept. of Animal Pathology and Hygiene (1943). Fight Animal Disease: to Meet Production Goals. University of Illinois, College of Agriculture, Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics Circular no. 557, University of Illinois, College of Agriculture, Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics: Urbana, Illinois, 57 p.

          NAL Call Number:  275.29 Il62C no. 557 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal diseases, illustrations, animal pathology, animal hygiene

University of Missouri College of Agriculture (1988). A Condensed History of Veterinary Medicine. University of Missouri-Columbia, Agricultural Experiment Station Special Report no. 366, University of Missouri-Columbia, College of Agriculture: Columbia, Missouri, 4 p.

          NAL Call Number:  100 M693Sp no. 366 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, study and teaching

          Notes:  Cover title.  "June 1988"

University of Pennsylvania Bicentennial Conference (1941). The Relation of Diseases in Lower Animals to Human Welfare by John R. Mohler, Raymond A. Kelser and Cassius Way. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 39 p. 

          NAL Call Number:  41 P383 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, public health, animals as carriers of disease, veterinary public health, John Robbins Mohler, Raymond Alexander Kelser, Cassius Way, University of Pennsylvania Bicentennial Conference, animal diseases, human health

          Notes:  Three papers presented at conference.  References at end of second paper.  At head of title:  University of Pennsylvania.  Bicentennial Conference.  The Relationship of Animal Diseases to Human Welfare, by J.R. Mohler.  Veterinary Research and Public Health, by R.A. Keiser.  Progress in Veterinary Medicine, by Cassius Way. 

University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School (1897). The Veterinary Profession: Its Relation to the Health and Wealth of the Nation, and What It Offers As a Career. [publisher unknown]: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 88 p.

          NAL Call Number:  Film no. 1653 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, illustrations, microfilm, veterinary career, Pennsylvania Veterinary School, veterinary medicine history, University of Pennsylvania

          Notes:  Several short articles by officers of the University of Pennsylvania and Alumni of its Veterinary School, University Park, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University, 1997.  1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.  USAIN state and local literature preservation project -- Pennsylvania agricultural literature on microfilm (1997).

Urban and Rural Systems Associates (1976). Women in Veterinary Medicine. Exploratory Study of Women in the Health Professions Schools no. 5, U.S. Dept of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), Women's Action Program: Washington, D.C., 101 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF779.5.U7 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, women veterinarians, United States, women veterinarians United States history, veterinary medicine women, Women's Action Program

          Notes:  Prepared for the Women's Action Program, Office of Special Concerns, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health, Education and Welfare pursuant to Contract: HEW 0S-74-291. Cover title:  Veterinary Medicine.

Vallery-Radot, R. (1927). The Life of Pasteur. Doubleday, Page: Garden City, N.Y., 484 p.

          NAL Call Number:  120 P26V 1927

          Descriptors:  Louis Pasteur 1822-1895, illustrations, translation, veterinary medicine, food safety, index, plates, portrait, biography, veterinary medicine history, milk, Rene Vallery-Radot 1853-1933, Mrs. R.L. Devonshire, Sir William Osler

          Notes:  Translated from the French by Mrs. R.L. Devonshire, with an introduction by Sir William Osler.

Veterinary Medicine [Magazine] (1937). Feline Practice; Selected Articles Reprinted From Veterinary Medicine. Veterinary Magazine Corporation: Chicago, Illinois, 95 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V643F 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, felines, cats, veterinary medicine history, articles, reprint, illustrations, bibliography

Veterinary Medicine Magazine (1942). Veterinary Service in Wartime. Veterinary Magazine Corporation: Chicago, Illinois, 162 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 V643V

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, wartime, World War Two, reprint, veterinary medicine history, veterinary service in wartime

          Notes:  Reprinted from Veterinary Medicine Magazine.

Walley, T. (1879). The Four Bovine Scourges: Pleuro-Pneumonia, Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Cattle Plague, Tubercle (Scrofula) with an Appendix on the Inspection of Live Animals and Meat. Maclachlan & Stewart and Simpkin, Marshall: Edinburgh, England and London, England, 215 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W153 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, cattle plague, cattle diseases, foot-and-mouth disease, pleuro-pneumonia, tubercle (scrofula), appendix, index, meat inspection, live animal inspection, plates, illustrations, rinderpest, bovine scourges, Great Britain, Thomas Walley 1842-1894 

Washington, G. (1847). Letters on Agriculture from His Excellency, George Washington, President of the United States to Arthur Young, Esq., F.R.S. and Sir John Sinclair, Bart., M.P.: with Statistical Tables and Remarks, by Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, and Other Gentlemen, on the Economy and Management of Farms in the United States. Philadelphia: William S. Martien & New York: Baker & Scribner, and William S. Martien, Washington, D.C.  198 p.

          NAL Call Number:  31.3 W27 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, letters, George Washington 1732-1799, Arthur Young, Sir John Sinclair, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Peters, Franklin Knight, statistical tables, facsimiles, illustrations, map, portrait, plates

          Notes:  Edited by Franklin Knight.  Half-title: Farmers' Souvenir. Washington's Agricultural Correspondence.  Facsimiles are included in pagination, but are also separately paginated.  Other authors:  Arthur Young 1741-1820, Sir John Sinclair 1754-1835, Thomas Jefferson 1734-1826, Richard Peters 1743-1828, Franklin Knight

Washington State University Veterinary History Collection (1997). Five Centuries of Veterinary Medicine: a Short-Title Catalog of the Washington State University Veterinary History Collection Compiled, with Annotations and Indexing, by J. Fred Smithcors and Ann Smithcors; Foreword by John Guido. Washington State University Press: Pullman, Washington, 145 p.

          NAL Call Number:  Z6674.W37 1997 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Washington State University Veterinary History Collection, J. Fred Smithcors, Ann Smithcors 1934-, John Guido, bibliography, catalog, indexes, illustrations

Waterson, A.P. (1961). Introduction to Animal Virology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England, 96 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W312 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary virology, bibliography, illustrations, viruses

          Notes:  Other title:  Animal Virology.

Waterson, A.P. (1968). Introduction to Animal Virology. 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England, 176 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QR360.W3 1968 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, viruses, virus diseases, animal virology, bibliography, illustrations, veterinary virology, animal diseases

Waterson, A.P. and L. Wilkinson (1978). An Introduction to the History of Virology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge England and New York, New York, 237 p.

          NAL Call Number:  QR359.W37

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, virology, virology history, bibliography, plates, illustrations, veterinary virology, indexes

West, G.P., Sir F. Ware and the British Veterinary Association (1961). A History of the Overseas Veterinary Services. British Veterinary Association: London, England, 143 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF699.W8 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Great Britain, British colonies, Asia, Sudan

White, T.P. (192?). Retrospection; Depicting in Words the Story of the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Dept. of Agriculture: Washington, D.C., 35 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W586 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, Bureau of Animal Industry United States Department of Agriculture history, animal culture United States history, Timothy Paul White 1872, poetry

Wilder, B.G. and Simon Henry Gage (1881).  Introduction: a Guide to Practical Work in Elementary Anatomy, Histology, and Experimental Physiology; Based Mainly Upon the Cat, Frog, and Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. A.S. Barnes & Co.: New York, New York and Chicago, Illinois, 54 p.

          NAL Call Number:  444 W64I

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, anatomy, comparative anatomy, laboratory manuals, physiology, histology, animal anatomy, human anatomy, Burt Green Wilder 1841-1925, Simon Henry Gage 1851-1944, cat, frog, Menobranchus, illustrations

          Notes:  Introduction to the authors' "Laboratory Guide."

Wilkinson, L. (1992). Animals and Disease: an Introduction to the History of Comparative Medicine. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, England and New York, New York, 227 p.

          NAL Call Number:  R133.W54 1992 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, comparative medicine history, illustrations, index, bibliographic references

Williams, W.L. (1917). Veterinary Obstetrics. The author: Ithaca, New York, 637 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W672V 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary obstetrics, illustrations, plates, United States

Williams, W. (1890). The Principles and Practice of Veterinary Surgery. 7th edition, Sabiston & Murray: New York, New York, 746 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W67P 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary surgery, illustrations, plates

Winslow, K. (1901). Veterinary Materia Medica and Therapeutics. [publisher unknown]: New York, New York, 755 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41 W73 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, pharmacy, therapeutics, veterinary medicine history, United States

Wiser, V.D., L. Mark, H.G. Purchase and D.V. Robertson (1987). One Hundred Years of Animal Health, 1884-1984. Journal of NAL Associates New Series 11, nos. 1/4., Associates of the National Agricultural Library: Beltsville, Maryland, 230 p.

          NAL Call Number:  SF601.O63 1987 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine history, United States Bureau of Animal Industry history, bibliographies, illustrations, portraits

          Notes:  Cover title: "100 Years of Animal Health, 1884-1984."

Woodrow, C.E. (1962). The Export and Import of Dogs and Cats; a Handbook of Regulations, Prepared by C.E. Woodrow on Behalf of the Editorial Committee of the British Small Animal Association. Pergamon Press: Oxford, New York, 107 p.

          NAL Call Number:  41.5 W86 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary hygiene, legislation, import and export, dogs, cats, regulations

Youatt, W. (1839). The Obligation and Extent of Humanity to Brutes, Principally Considered with Reference to the Domesticated Animals. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman: London, England, 218 p.

          NAL Call Number:  412 Y8

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, animal welfare, William Youatt 1776-1847, domesticated animals

Youatt, W. (1810). A Treatise on the Choice, Buying and General Management of Livestock; Comprising Delineations and Description of the Principal Breeds Together with an Appendix on the Improvement of British Wool, and on the Destruction of Vermin Infesting Farmyards, etc. 2nd edition, B. Crosby and Co.: London, England, 232 p.

          NAL Call Number:  40 Y8 

          Descriptors:  veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine history, veterinary husbandry history, animal breeds, British wool, vermin, domestic animals, William Youatt 1776-1847, livestock management, appendix, illustrations

          Notes:  Second edition revised and enlarged by the author of The Complete Grazier.


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