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Veterinary Medicine. Records
Crerar Ms 104
.75 linear feet (2 boxes)
Special Collections Research Center
Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1910 by D.M. Campbell. The journal published a spectrum of scholarly veterinary articles, with an emphasis on avian medicine. The records of Veterinary Medicine (Crerar Ms. 104) include reprints of the journal, letters concerning the business of the journal, D.M. Campbell’s personal research, articles, speeches, and letters from the field of veterinary medicine.
The collection is open for research.
When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Veterinary Medicine, Records, Crerar Ms 104, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library
Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1910 as The American Journal of Veterinary Medicine. The journal superseded the Missouri Veterinary Bulletin, and was published by D.M. Campbell in Chicago, Illinois. The journal published scholarly articles on veterinary medicine, and had a special section for letters requesting and providing veterinary medical advice. The journal ran from 1910-1947, when it was merged with The North American Veterinarian, the Wheaton, Illinois veterinary publication which later became Modern Veterinary Practice.
Delwin Marton Campbell, D.V.S. (?-1952), practiced veterinary medicine, published Veterinary Medicine, and began research on a book on the history of veterinary medicine in America. In the early issues of the journal, Campbell emphasized avian medicine. Campbell emphasized the importance of avian practice in his early editorials and created a Department of Poultry for the journal. In 1928, 38 articles from Veterinary Medicine were republished in the booklet, “Poultry Practice,” which went on to three printings.
The records of Veterinary Medicine (Crerar Ms. 104) contain records of the journal, including subscription lists, bibliographies, and article drafts and reprints. The collection also includes writings by D.M. Campbell, such as a preliminary draft of his Development of Veterinary Medicine in North America, and a draft of his co-authored "A Plan for a Veterinary Service in Illinois." The collection also contains offprints of papers from the 10th International Veterinary Congress, London, 1914, and the 11th International Veterinary Congress, London, 1930, a list of veterinary soldiers in WWI with article reprints and handwritten notes on veterinary medicine and war, and drafts of award presentation speeches and articles from the field of general medicine, including a bibliography of published works by Dr. Edward Andrews.
The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:
|Box 1 Folder 1|
List of Veterinary Medicine subscriptions, 1947; proposal to merge Veterinary Medicine and The North American Veterinarian, by J.V. LaCroix, 1947
|Box 1 Folder 2|
Papers from the 10th International Veterinary Congress, London, 1914, and the 11th International Veterinary Congress, London, 1930
|Box 1 Folder 3-4|
Drafts of D.M.’s Campbell’s incomplete Development of
|Box 1 Folder 5|
Typed draft of Henry, Campbell, & Merillat, "A Plan for a Veterinary Service in Illinois," 1940; typed draft and handwritten notes for a speech at the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association, 1949
|Box 1 Folder 6|
List of veterinary soldiers in WWI, article reprints and handwritten notes on veterinary medicine and war, circa 1930-1950
|Box 1 Folder 7|
Reprints of articles on medicine, award presentation speeches, American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association Scientific Award Ceremony, New York City, 1947
|Box 1 Folder 8|
Letters describing use of experimental drugs in women and female dogs, 1951
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Reprints of articles, 1944; personal notes on American agriculture and livestock, circa 1942
|Box 1 Folder 10|
Bibliography of Edmund Andrews, M.D., listing articles from 1920-1940
|Box 1 Folder 11-13|
Reprints of Veterinary Medicine, 1927-1942
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Reprints of Veterinary Medicine, 1927-1942
|Box 2 Folder 4|
Clippings, pictures of horses, article on University Veterinary medicine, circa 1920-1950
|Box 2 Folder 5|
Memorial Day observance broadside, 1947