|Periodical:||Annals of Phrenology|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Annals of Phrenology.
The journal was prompted by the visit of Johann Spurzheim to the United States (he died in Boston in 1832 and the Boston Phrenological Society was begun the same day), and consisted almost exclusively of articles from abroad, primarily Edinburgh. Bela Marsh (1797-1869) was a Boston publisher who went on to become one of the leading spiritualist publishers in the early days of the movement, publishing notably works of Allen Putnam, Andrew Jackson Davis, Warren Chase, P.B. Randolph, Adin Ballou, and others. His bookshop on Cornhill Street, Boston, advertised itself as the depot for physiological, phrenological, water-cure, reform/anti-slavery, and spiritualist works. LOC; Koln ZBMedizin.
|Issues:||Annals Of Phrenology V1 Index|
|Annals Of Phrenology V1 N1 Oct 1833|
|Annals Of Phrenology V1 N2 Sep 1834|
|Annals Of Phrenology V1 N3 Nov 1834|
|Annals Of Phrenology V1 N4 Dec 1834|
|Annals Of Phrenology V2 Index|
|Annals Of Phrenology V2 N1 May 1835|
|Annals Of Phrenology V2 N2 Aug 1835|
|Annals Of Phrenology V2 N3 Nov 1835|
|Annals Of Phrenology V2 N4 Feb 1836|
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