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Subseries 3.9
Printed materials by Young, 1944-2001
Boxes 117-122

Scope and Content Note

The printed materials by Young subseries documents the numerous articles, speeches, and book reviews written by James Harvey Young, published in a variety of scholarly journals. The bulk of the pieces deal with medical quackery, patent medicines, and food and drug regulation in America.

Box Folder Content
117 2 "The 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act," 1964
117 3 "Adam, Eve, and the Apple: Advertising Comes of Age," 1997
117 4 "The Agile Role of Food: Some Historical Reflections," 1978
117 5 "AIDS and the FDA," 1995
117 6 "Alexander H. Stephens Papers in the Emory University Library," 1946
117 7 "The American Drug Scene," 1965
117 8 "American Healthy Quackery: An Historical View," 1979
117 9 "American Medical Quackery in the Age of the Common Man," 1961
117 10 "Anna Dickinson as Anne Boleyn," 1949
117 11 "Anna Dickinson, Mark Twain, and Bret Harte," 1952
117 12 "Anna Elizabeth Dickinson and the Civil War," 1941
117 13 "Anna Elizabeth Dickinson and the Civil War: For and Against Lincoln," 1944
117 14 "Anton J. Carlson: Witness for the Prosecution," 1999
117 15 "Arthur Cramp: Quackery Foe," 1995
117 16 Book reviews by Young [1 of 7]
117 17 Book reviews by Young [2 of 7]
117 18 Book reviews by Young [3 of 7]
117 19 Book reviews by Young [4 of 7]
118 1 Book reviews by Young [5 of 7]
118 2 Book reviews by Young [6 of 7]
118 3 Book reviews by Young [7 of 7]
118 4 "Botulism and the Ripe Olive Scare of 1919-1920," 1976
118 5 "A Brief History of Emory College," 1984
118 6 "The Campaign for Clean Salmon," 1996
118 7 "The Capitoline Wolf," 1954
118 8 "The Consumer's Hazardous Environment," 1968
118 9 "Count Sforza at Emory," 1952
118 10 "Crawford W. Long in His Medical Setting," 1992
118 11 "Crawford W. Long, M.D., a Georgia Innovator," 1974
118 12 "The Development of the Office of Alternative Medicine in the NIH," 1998
118 13 "Device Quackery in America," 1965
118 14 "The Early Regulation of Figs in the United States," 1999
118 15 "The 'Elixir Sulfanilamide' Disaster," 1958
119 1 "Even to a Suckling Infant: Nostrums and Children," 1979
119 2 "Federal Drug and Narcotic Legislation," 1995
119 3 "Fightin' Words," 1945
119 4 "Folk Doctor Near Grady Hospital," 1973
119 5 "Folk Into Fake," 1985
119 6 "Food and Drug Administration," 1983
119 7 "Food and Drug Enforcers in the 1920s: Restraining and Educating Business," 1992
119 8 "Food and Drug Regulation Under the USDA, 1906-1940," 1990
119 9 "The Foolmaster Who Fooled Them," 1980
119 10 "For Man and Beast: Sloan's Liniment," 2001
119 11 "From Hooper to Hohensee," 1968
119 12 "From Oysters to After-Dinner Mints: The Role of the Early Food and Drug Inspector," 1987
119 13 "Georgia's Twelve U.S. Cabinet Members," 1961
119 14 "The Government and the Consumer: Evolution of Food and Drug Laws," 1964
119 15 "A Gram of Radium: Marie Curie Visits America," 2002
119 16 "The Hadacol Phenomenon," 1951
119 17 "Harper's Weekly on Health in America," 1876, 1986
119 18 "Health Fraud: A Hardy Perennial," 1997
119 19 "Health Quackery: A Depressing Boom Industry," 1980
119 20 "Historical Aspects of Food Cultism and Nutritional Quackery," undated
119 21 "Honors Work on the Graduate Level," 1958
119 22 "The Horses of Instruction," 1971
119 23 "In Memoriam: John Duffy," 1997
119 24 "Introduction to the Symposium on the Early Years of Federal Food and Drug Control," 1982
119 25 "The Koch Cancer Treatment," 1998
119 26 "Laetrile in Historical Perspective," 1980
120 1 "The Laetrile Saga," 1981
120 2 "Land Hunting in 1836," 1952
120 3 "Laxatives, Liniments, and Med Show Therapy," 1983
120 4 "The Long Struggle Against Quackery in Dentistry," 1985
120 5 "The Long Struggle for the 1906 Law," 1981
120 6 "Lyman Hall, a Connecticut Yankee in Georgia," 1976
120 7 "Man is Still Here," 1956
120 8 "The Marketing of Patent Medicines in Lincoln's Springfield," 1985
120 9 "Medical Quackery and the Educated," 1964
120 10 "Medical Quacks: Trading on Fear," 1994
120 11 "The Myth of Prosperity in the 1920s," 1957
120 12 "Nutritional Eccentricities," 1986
120 13 "Nutritional Quackery," undated
120 14 "Nutritional Quackery: Upholding the Right to Criticize," 1981
120 15 "Old English Patent Medicines in America," 1992
120 16 "One Collector's Experience: A Case Study," 1994
120 17 "The Origins of Patent Medicines in America," 1959
120 18 "The Patent Medicine Almanac," undated
120 19 "Patent Medicines: An Early Example of Competitive Marketing," 1960
120 20 "Patent Medicines: The Early Post-Frontier Phase," 1953
120 21 "Patent Medicines and Indians," 1961
120 22 "Patent Medicines and the Self-Help Syndrome," 1977
120 23 "Patent Medicines in the Early Nineteenth Century," 1949
120 24 "The Persistence of Medical Quackery in America," 1972
121 1 "Pe-Ru-Na: A Catarrh Cure from Columbus," 1995
121 2 "The Pig That Fell Into the Privy," 1985
121 3 "Pioneer Nostrum Promoter: Thomas W. Dyott," 1961
121 4 "The Professor Buys a Book," 1974
121 5 "Professor James G. Randall," 1975
121 6 "The Professor Publishes," 1957
121 7 "Public Policy and Drug Innovation," 1982
121 8 "Quackery and the American Mind," 1969
121 9 "A Quota of Quotations on Quackery," 1975
121 10 "Randall's Lincoln: An Academic Scholar's Biography," 1998
121 11 "Regulation of Health Quackery," 1984
121 12 "Saccharin: A Bitter Regulatory Controversy," 1975
121 13 "The Science and Morals of Metabolism: Catsup and Benzoate of Soda," 1968
121 14 "Self-Dosage Medicine in America, 1906 and 1981," 1981
121 15 "Sex Fraud," 1993
121 16 "The She-Wolf and the Twins," 1955
121 17 "Social History of American Drug Legislation," 1964
121 18 "Sulfanilamide and Diethylene Glycol," 1983
121 19 "A Tale of Pursuing Health Deception," 1992
121 20 "This Greasy Counterfeit: Butter versus Oleomargarine in the U.S. Congress, 1886," 1979
121 21 "Threat to Self-Dosing Consumers," 1974
122 1 "Three Atlanta Pharmacists," 1989
122 2 "A Three-Month Loaf? Hah!," 1960
122 3 "Three Southern Food and Drug Cases," 1983
122 4 "The Toadstool Millionaires Today," 1962
122 5 "Two Hoosiers and the Two Food Laws of 1906," 1992
122 6 "What Makes You Vulnerable to Quackery," 1987
122 7 "A Woman Abolitionist Views the South in 1875," 1948
122 8 "Writing on Health Quackery: My Most Satisfying Sale," 1981
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