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Recently, after I had finished teaching a class on ethics, I  read a blog post on the AAAOM
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Dynamic Chiropractic – March 28, 1990, Vol. 08, Issue 07
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The First Century of the Science, Art & Philosophy of CHIROPRACTIC

By Joseph Keating Jr., PhD

Here are four areas where you can make a difference in preserving the profession's past:


a. Determine from the administration of your alma mater how a donation will support and/or encourage historical research at the college.

b. Determine who at your college may be doing historical research (see AMER. J. CHIRO. MED. 1990 (March), Chiropractic History 1989 (December) & 1990 (July).

c. If the results of a & b (above) are positive, make a donation to your alma mater or another chiropractic college.


a. Join the ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF CHIROPRACTIC (AHC), and receive a subscription to Chiropractic History, the AHC's journal.

b. Attend the annual AHC historical conference (this year at Parker College of Chiropractic, June 2, 1990, Dallas).




a. Contribute old books, journals, legal and clinic records, advertisements, correspondence and equipment to a chiropractic college archive (e.g., PALMER COLLEGE/Davenport, LOGAN COLLEGE in St. Louis.)

Here's where to get started:

Archives of the Logan College of Chiropractic,
1851 Schoettler Road,
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

Archives of the Palmer College of Chiropractic,
1000 Brady Street,
Davenport, Iowa 52803

Association for the History of Chiropractic,
(William S. Rehm, D.C., president),
4920 Frankford Avenue,
Baltimore, Maryland 21206

Chiropractic History
(Russell W. Gibbons, editor),
207 Grandview Drive,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15215

National Institute of Chiropractic Research,
(Paul J. Osterbauer, D.C., Research Administrator),
P.O. Box 80317,
Phoenix, Arizona 85060

Click here for previous articles by Joseph Keating Jr., PhD.

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