Young HH. Long, the discoverer of anaesthesia : a presentation of his original documents, 1897.
Catalog Record: Young HH. Long, the discoverer of anaesthesia : a presentation of his original documents, 1897.
Title: Long, the discoverer of anaesthesia : a presentation of his original documents / by Hugh H. Young.
Author: Young, Hugh H., 1870-1945.
WLM Call Number: WO 211 E81 L8 Y840 RB
Accession NO.: Copy 1, 7810 ; Copy 2, RB9211
Publisher: [S.l. : s.n., 1897?]
Physical Description: 22 p. ; 24 cm.
Document Type: Journal Reprint
Subject: Ether Controversy – letter.
Subject: Anesthesia – history.
Subject: Long, Crawford Williamson, 1815-1878.
Type of Trace: Reprinted from
Title: Johns Hopkins Historical Bulletin, nos. 77-78, Aug.-Sept. 1897.
Abstract: Young wrote this paper based on original documents provided by Long’s
daughter, Frances Long Taylor, and presented it the Johns Hopkins
Historical Society in 1896. Young draws on historical events as they
are articulated in the original documents from Frances Long in an
effort to support Crawford Long’s claim to the discovery of anesthesia.
In addition, Young contacted Dr. J.F. Groves, a former student of Long,
to provide living testimony of Long’s discovery of ethereization in
General Notes: Digitized by Northern Micrographics August 23, 2010. c.2
General Notes: “Being in substance a paper read before the Johns Hopkins Hospital
Historical Society, November 8, 1896, with additions”–cover.
General Notes: Title cover.