[Description of the agenda for the thirty-eighth annual conference of the Association for the History of Chiroprctic that was held at Parker University in Dallas, Texas in May, 2018.]
Excerpt: The morning paper sessions included “Sharing Parker University” by Eric Russell, D.C., M.B.A.; “Cousin Frank and the Callender, Ed.D.; “Edward L. Wallick, D .C , Northwestern’s Unlikely Champion,” John Wolfe, D.C., J.D.; “The Controversy Over Who is the Father of Corrective Traction in Chiropractic,” Steve Troyanovich, D.C.; “This is Your Opportunity: Profiles of Women Chiropractors in Minnesota, 1899-1919,” Monica Howell, M.L.S, Ed.S.; “R.A. Wolfe, D.C. an Early Adopter and True Believer,” John Wolfe, D.C., J.D.; “The B.J. Clinic Files,” Roger J.R. Hynes, D.C.; “Considerable Elation: African American Chiropractors in Minnesota, 1895-1922,” Monica Howell, M .L.S, Ed.S.; “A Langworthy Mystery,” Steve Troyanovich, D.C.; and the final presentation of the morning session, “B.J. Palmer, Circus Theurgist: Museums and Wagons and Myths, Oh My!” by Roger J.R. Hynes, D.C.
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