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Journals, Reports, Annals, Records
Annual Announcement and Catalog of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Syracuse University, Sessions of 1872-1873, Sessions of 1872-1873.
Biennial Report of the President of the Board of Health to the Legislative Assembly, Session of 1892. [Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands].
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Fulmer, H. Clifford, M.D. “The Rise of the Medical College." Syracusan, Vol. IX. No. 7, Jan. 9, 1917. Syracuse, N.Y.: Orange Publishing Co.
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Hummel, Rev. August. Hundert Jahre katholische Ordensschwestern in Heppenheim a.d. Bergstrasse: 1861-1961. Heppenheim: Otto Buchdruckerei, 1961.
Jeannette Clare, Sister M., O.S.F. The Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, Glen Riddle, Pennsylvania, 1855-1955. Philadelphia: William T. Cooke Publishing, Inc., 1955.
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The Molokai Settlement (Illustrated). Honolulu: Board of Health of Territory of Hawaii, 1907.
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Report of the Special Committee to Visit the Kakaako Leper Settlement to the Legislature of 1888. Honolulu Gazette Publishing Co., 1888.
Reports of the President of the Board of Health for 1886-1918. Honolulu.
Sadlier’s Catholic Directories, United States and British North America. New York: E.J. Sadlier & Co., 1868, 1869, 1871-1872, 1873-7.
St. Joseph’s Parish Centennial 1841-1941. Utica, N.Y.: Franciscan Friars Minor Conventual of St. Joseph’s Parish, 1941.
Speeches and Measures Proposed and Discussed by Hon. Walter Murray Gibson, Member for Lahaina in the Hawaiian Parliament of 1880. Honolulu 1881.
Statutes of the Royal Order of Kapiolani. Honolulu: Daily Bulletin Steam Print, 1883.
Syracuse City Directories for 1870s.
Thrum, Thomas G. “Retrospect for 1883." Hawaiian Annual for 1884, Honolulu.
Utica City Directories for 1840-1900.
Newpapers and Periodicals - (researched all issues of relevance)
Syracuse, New York; The Catholic Sun, Evening Herald, Syracuse Morning Standard, Syracuse Daily Journal, Syracuse Daily Courier, Sunday Courier, Post Standard, Sunday Herald.
Utica, New York: Utica Observer Dispatch.
Rome, New York: Roman Citizen, Rome Sentinel.
Hawaii: Hawaii Catholic Herald, Hawaiian Gazette, Hawaiian Journal of History, Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Ka Nuhou, Little Flowerland Bulletin (St. Francis Novitiate, Honolulu), Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Maui News, Daily Bulletin.
Others: Chicago Daily News, World Magazine, Feuilleton de L’Universe, Minorite, San Francisco Chronicle, Journal of American Medical Association.