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History of Medicine and Public Health: A Guide: Locating Libraries, Archives and Booksellers
This Matas Subject Guide focuses on historical resources for medicine and public health. The focus of Matas Library collection is the history of medicine and public health in New Orleans and Louisiana.
Selected Conglomerate web sites for OUT OF PRINT book purchases and OUT OF PRINT dealers. Users may also use these search engines to help determine an approximate value of a specific book that is out-of-print.
Jeremy Norman’s HistoryofMedicine.com. An Interactive Annotated Bibliography of the History of Medicine, Biology and Dentistry from Circa 2000 BCE to Circa 1980 - The fifth edition, published in 1991, and the last edition in book form, contained nearly 9000 entries, most of which were annotated. The new revised web version, offered free of charge, incorporates interactive features and other enhancements which significantly improve usability.
This Association is established exclusively for educational purposes to serve the professional interests of librarians, archivists, and other specialists actively engaged in the librarianship of the history of the health sciences by promoting the exchange of information and by improving standards of service.
Article of interest: Michael North. "The Antiquarian Medical Book Trade: a survey and directory of dealers and a list of internet resources. The Watermark (Winter 2002-03): Volume XXVI, Number 1.