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Accession number 2017.36
Title The Stilletto Volume 6, No. 5
Credit line Museum of Osteopathic Medicine
Catalog Number 2017.36.06
Object Name Newspaper
Search Terms Acacia Club
Alpha Tau Sigma
American College of Surgeons
American Medical Association
Atlas Club
Axis Club
Basketball
Cataract removal
Catching a cold
Chicago Osteopaths
Class of 1929
Cleft Palate
College humor
Disease Modes
Football game
Fraternity
Gigantism
Golf tournament
Graduation
Heart Failure
High Sugar Content
Honey
Indiana Convention
Inter-Fraternity Basketball
Iota Tau Sigma
Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery
Mental side of the patient
Missouri State Nurses Convention
Morning Clinic
Nurse
Obstetrics class
Occupational surroundings
Osteoblast
Osteopathic principles
Owenby Lake
Pediatrics
Phi Sigma Alpha
Pneumonia
Predisposing causes for disease
Press Club
School athletics
School sports
Science
Sorority
Spalding Football Guide
Stilletto
Student activities
Student Council
Student life
Student publication
Surgical cases
Surgical pit
Tallest skeleton
Varsity
Date 1929 Oct 21
Scope & Content The Stilletto Volume 6, No. 5; 1929 Oct 21. Weekly newspaper published by the Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, main headline stories on the front page "KCOS Head Speaks Before Indiana Conveition" "Former KCOS Prof. Heads Indiana Group", "Hildreth Says Disease Modes are Changing" and "Inter-Fraternity Basketball Tournament to be Started Soon"; 38 cm (w) x 54.5 cm (h), 4 pages. Extremely poor condition, paper heavily yellowed, heavy acid burn around edges, one horizontal crease, large number of tears around the edges, torn along the crease, paper is very fragile and falling apart, three holes punched into the left edge.
Classification Newspaper
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People Anderson, E. W.
Backer, J. G.
Bailey, Mrs. Charles
Bannister, H.
Barker, Lewellys F.
Becker, A. D.
Becker, Mrs. A. D.
Beyers, Harry
Blanton, C. M.
Bodwell, Lucy
Bonifield, Roy
Browne, Louis E.
Brozinski, Paul
Burckes, Anne
Butts, Betty
Carlson, Mable
Conklin, Thomas
Crowder, A.
Curney, A. Y.
Decker, E. B.
Drake, Prudence
Faunce, Wilda
Fishbein, Morris
Fitzgerald, T. J.
Fulton, Stella
Gahan, Charlie
Green, Blythe
Gregory, C. F.
Griswald, L. A.
Hamilton, Mae DeWitt
Hanson, Paul
Hardy, A. C.
Hardy, Mrs. A. C.
Heal, Marie
Hermanson, Helen
Heyman, James
Hibgee, Judge
Hildreth, Arthur G.
Hunter, John
Jilka, Joe
Johnson, Hilda
Jordan, Lydia L.
Joseph, Red
Keith, Sir Arthur
Kelley, E. E.
Kenaga, Mrs. Howard
Kibler, J. A.
Kite, Thelma
Koenig, Jack
Kyle, R. H.
LaBrun, H. O.
Lamb, Howard E.
Laughlin, Blanche Still
Laughlin, George M.
Laughlin, Mrs. Earl
Letts, Jane
Link, Charles F.
Lust, Benedict
May, Roy David
McCortney, T. F.
Miller, Bud
Miller, Cliff
Miller, Mrs. George
Miller, Paul
Morey, Lloyd
Norton, Joe
Petermeyer, E. C.
Peterson, Russell
Price, W. W.
Rieger, Alfred W.
Roche, Pat
Rush, Benjamin
Shoop, George
Spurling, Ross
Still, Andrew Taylor
Still, Elizabeth
Still, Mrs. Charles E.
Storey, Ruth
Strong, Osmond
Thompson, J. R.
Thompson, Ray
Towne, C. E.
Waggoner, R. A.
Wheaton, Charlotte
Wilson, Carlisle
Wilson, J. O.
Wolf, Ted
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact