The Work of a Country Doctor: Digitized Notebooks, Photographs and Ephemera of Doctor Homer T. Jackson, M.D. offers a fascinating glimpse into the practice of rural medicine a century ago.
Homer T. Jackson, M.D. (1846-1926), a graduate of UB Medical School, Class of 1881, practiced medicine for many years in the village of Verona, NY during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dr. Jackson’s handwritten medical treatments and procedures, pharmacologic formularies, medical school class notes, and his notes and reactions to the professional literature of the day have been digitized and added to the UB Libraries’ Digital Collections.