As ever, B.J.": The Palmer-Stoke correspondence of 1926-1952.

  • June S. Moore
  • Published 1995 in
    Chiropractic history : the archives and journal…

Abstract

John H. Stoke was a 1920 graduate of the Palmer School and a loyalist among the admirers of B.J. Palmer during the turbulent 1920s in which Palmer leadership was questioned and the Neurocalometer debacle had eroded his following. Stoke, however, was a critical B.J. advocate, and engaged in sometimes detailed analysis of Palmer-Stoke correspondence and the issues which confronted the profession in those difficult times in the early years of this century.

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@article{Moore1995AsEB, title={As ever, B.J.": The Palmer-Stoke correspondence of 1926-1952.}, author={June S. Moore}, journal={Chiropractic history : the archives and journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic}, year={1995}, volume={15 1}, pages={41-9} }