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YA Pamphlet Collection

Nineteenth-century congressional documents; nineteenth-century English-language pamphlets; and European imprints from the sixteenth century onward, (25,290 items).

Pamphlets concerning medicine, with the bulk of the material published in the United States and Europe between 1870 and 1905. Broad subjects include dermatology, gynecology, internal medicine, materia medica, obstetrics, pharmacology, preventive medicine, public health, therapeutics, tuberculosis, and vivisection. The majority of the items are offprints or reprints of articles from scientific periodicals, and dissertations in French or German. There are also advertisements, broadsides, and one letter. See for details. Also see the Inventory of Medical Pamphlets in the YA Pamphlet Collection.

Digitized Materials From the YA Pamphlet Collection

Cox, Christopher C. (Christopher Christian), 1816-1882, Address of Hon. Christopher C. Cox, Lieutenant Governor, Delivered in the Senate Chamber, Annapolis, January 10, 1866., Annapolis: Haverstick & Longneckers, printers, 1866
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Description of the camera lucida: an instrument for drawing in true perspective and for copying, reducing, or enlarging other drawings ; to which is added ... a letter on the use of the camera by Capt. Basil Hall .... London : Sold by G. Dollond, [1930?].
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Fechter, Charles, 1824-1879. The Master of Ravenswood: a Drama in Three Acts. [United States: s.n.], c1875.
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What to observe and how to report it. Hale, Lonsdale Augustus, Sir, 1834-1914. [from old catalog]. What to observe and how to report it. London, Printed under the superintendence of H. M. Stationery off. [etc., etc.] 1883. [Washington, D.C. : G.P.O., 1911]
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Constitution of the United States : a study.

Holton, Abba Lord. Constitution of the United States: a Study. San Francisco: A.L. Holton, [1892?].
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Review of the base conduct of William Parkinson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, in the city of New York … : in a letter to Thomas Cottrell. Osbourn, James. Review of the Base Conduct of William Parkinson, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, in the city of New York …: in a Letter to Thomas Cottrell. Baltimore: s.n., 1830.
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Polk, L. L. (Leonidas La Fayette), 1837-1892. Protest of the Farmer: Address of President L.L. Polk to Citizens Alliance No. 4 of Washington, D.C., at Concordia Hall, April 14, 1891. [Washington, D.C.?: s.n., 1891?].
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Purpose and achievements of the Rodman Wanamaker Expedition of Citizenship to the North American Indian.

Rodman Wanamaker Expedition of Citizenship to the North American Indian (1913). Purpose and Achievements of the Rodman Wanamaker Expedition of Citizenship to the North American Indian. [Washington, D.C.: s.n., 1913].
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Sulzer, William, 1863-1941. Alaska Wants Home Rule: Speech of Hon. William Sulzer, of New York, in the House of Representatives, January 14, 1911.
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Vice-presidency. Vice-presidency. United States: s.n., 1868.
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Report of the Philadelphia fashions and tailors’ archetype. Ward, Allen. Report of the Philadelphia Fashions and Tailors' Archetype: for the Fall and Winter of 1827-8: Illustrated by Sectional Drawings, Pictures of the Fashions, etc. [Philadelphia, Pa: s.n., 1827]
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