This volume includes how the society was organized and lists the early members, all prominent Louisville physicians. Most of the discussion recorded in the minutes are on medical cases and topics brought by one of the members to the attention of the group. These discussions are detailed, thus providing very good accounts of late nineteenth century medical practice.
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The Clinical Society of Louisville was founded in November 1886. Its purpose was to provide a social and professional forum for local physicians. The membership was limited to twelve.
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