Source: Developmental Pathology
Source type: book
Document type: essay
Document title: “Degeneracy and Political Assassination”
Author(s): Talbot, Eugene S.
Publisher: none given
Place of publication: Chicago, Illinois
Year of publication: 1905
Pagination: 1-24 (excerpt below includes only pages 21-24)
|Talbot, Eugene S. “Degeneracy and Political Assassination.” Developmental Pathology. Chicago: [n.p.], 1905: pp. 1-24.|
|excerpt of essay|
|Leon Czolgosz; Leon Czolgosz (mental health); Leon Czolgosz (psychiatric examination: criticism); assassinations (comparison).|
|Antoni Berezowski; Antonio Cánovas del Castillo; Marie François Sadi Carnot; Sante Geronimo Caserio [identified as Santos below]; Jacques Clément; Floyd S. Crego; Leon Czolgosz; Giuseppe Fieschi; Cayetano Galeote Cotilla; Charles J. Guiteau; Carter H. Harrison, Sr.; William McKinley; Karl Nobiling [misspelled below]; Patrick Eugene Prendergast; James W. Putnam; Edward A. Spitzka; Jean-Louis Verger; Victoria.|
This essay is accompanied on page 22 by an enhanced photograph of Czolgosz (labeled “Fig. 22”).
This book features non-continuous pagination. Each of the facsimile reprints (previously published works by the author) retains its original pagination.
From page 1 of article: By Eugene S. Talbot, M.D., D.D.S., Fellow of the Chicago Academy of Medicine; Professor of Stomatology, Woman’s Medical Department, Northwestern University.
From title page: Eugene S. Talbot, M.S., D.D.S., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Stomatology, Illinois Medical College; Honorary President, Dental Section, Tenth (Berlin, 1890) and the Twelfth (Moscow, 1897) International Medical Congress; Honorary President Lewis and Clark Dental Congress, Portland, 1905; Vice-Pres. American Medical Association, 1906; Member of the Thirteenth (Paris, 1900) and the Fourteenth (Madrid, 1903) International Medical Congress; Honorary Secretary Pan-American Medical Congress, Washington, 1893, and Havana, 1901; Fellow of the Chicago Academy of Medicine, and the American Academy of Dental Science, Boston; Member of the Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Pathological Society, Chicago Academy of Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Secretary of the Section on Stomatology of the American Medical Association; Honorary Member of the Odontologischen Gesellschaft (Berlin), Association Generale des Dentistes des France, Sociedad Odontologia Espanola, and the Stomatological Society of Hungary; Corresponding Member of the Dansk-Tandlægeforening; Author of “Irregularities of the Teeth and Their Treatment,” “Chart Typical Forms of Constitutional Irregularities of the Teeth;” “Quiz Compend Irregularities of the Teeth;” “Etiology of Osseous Deformities of the Head, Face, Jaws, and Teeth;” “Degeneracy: Its Causes, Signs, and Results;” “Interstitial Gingivitis: or So-Called Pyorrhœa Alveolaris,” Etc.