Bernardino Ramazzini, considered the “Father of Industrial Medicine” first published his book in Latin in 1700. Forty chapters cover 43 occupations beginning with the diseases of metalworkers and ending with diseases of learned men.
Diseases of workers. Translated from the Latin text De morbis artificum, of 1713, by Wilmer Cave Wright.
Matas Library: WZ 290 R14 1940a
Exploring the dangerous trades; the autobiography of Alice Hamilton, M.D. With illustrations by Norah Hamilton ...1943
Matas Library: WZ 100 H18e 1943
Selleck, Henry B. Occupational health in America. In collaboration with Alfred H. Whittaker.
Matas Library: WA 400 Se4o 1962
Orthopaedic neurology : a diagnostic guide to neurologic levels / Stanley Hoppenfeld, in collaboration with Richard Hutton ; medical ill. by Hugh Thomas.
Matas Library:WL 300 H79o 1977
Triangle : the fire that changed America / David Von Drehle