Medicine:Boston Medical Library (1805–26)
The Boston Medical Library (1805–1826) in Boston, Massachusetts , was an offshoot of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement. The library "was founded by a group of doctors, a number of officers were then appointed. John Collins Warren was the Treasurer, John G. Coffin the Secretary. James Jackson (physician) and John C. Howard were the Trustees. " In 1826 the library was transferred to the Boston Athenæum.
- https://www.countway.harvard.edu/bml/ Retrieved 2010-12-13
- Boston Directory. 1810
- "Archived copy". https://www.countway.harvard.edu/chm/rarebooks/exhibits/BML_1805/bml_1805.htm#.
- Farlow, 1918
- Boston Medical Library (1808), Catalogue of books in the Boston Medical Library, Boston: Thomas Fleet
- John Woodford Farlow (1918), The history of the Boston Medical Library, Norwood, Mass: Priv. print. by the Plimpton Press
- "The Boston Medical Library: a Reconstruction of the Collection of 1805 and Its History." Exhibition held at Countway Library of Medicine.
- Boston Medical Library - Countway Library of Medicine
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