EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 4, 1881. 8.15 A. M. The condition of the President is not materially different from that reported in the last bulletin. He
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 4, 1881. 12.30 A. M. The President’s condition has changed very little since the last bulletin. Pulse, 112; temperature 99.8° respiration, 20.
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 3, 1881. 10.30 o’clock P. M. The condition of the President is less favorable. Pulse 120; temperature, 100° respiration, 20. He is
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 3, 1881. 6 P. M. There is no appreciable change since the last bulletin. The President sleeps well at intervals. Pulse 108;
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 3, 1881. 2 P. M. The President has slept a good deal since last bulletin, though occasionally suffering from pain in both
By Michael North A Curator’s Welcome Here at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), it is my responsibility to oversee the Library’s special collection of