Morton WJ. The invention of anæsthetic inhalation, or, Discovery of anæsthesia, 1880.
Catalog Record: Morton WJ. The invention of anæsthetic inhalation, or, Discovery of anæsthesia, 1880.
Title: The invention of anaesthetic inhalation, or, Discovery of anaesthesia / by William J. Morton.
Author: Morton, William J. (William James), 1846-1920.
WLM Call Number: WO 211 E81 M890 RB
Accession NO.: 7333
Publisher: New York : D. Appleton and Co., 1880.
Physical Description: 48 p. ; 24 cm.
Document Type: Journal Reprint
Provenance: Copy 1 was a gift from F. Thomas Heller. Copy 2 was a gift from Dr. Elliot Miller ; Inscribed on the top cover of copy 4: with the compliments of the author ; Cover of copy 5 inscribed by the author.
Subject: Ether Controversy – letter.
Subject: Anesthesia – history.
Subject: Morton, W. T. G. (William Thomas Green), 1819-1868.
Type of Trace: Reprinted from
Title: Virginia Medical Monthly [March 1880]
Abstract: This pamphlet was written by William T.G. Morton’s son four years after J. Marion Sims had published his article in support of Crawford Long’s claim to the discovery of anesthesia. Morton criticized all claimants to the discovery and defended his father’s rights.
General Notes: Copy 5 donated to the WLM by Dr. Jacob Mainzer, 9/26/1990.
General Notes: Copy 3 Digitized by Northern Micrographics March 24, 2009.