Megan Mummey, University of Kentucky collections management archivist, checked in on an exhibit at the UK Special  Collections Library that looks at superstitions and legends related to Kentucky medical care before modern medicine
Megan Mummey, University of Kentucky collections management archivist, checked in on an exhibit at the UK Special Collections Library that looks at superstitions and legends related to Kentucky medical care before modern medicine Lexington Herald-Leader
Megan Mummey, University of Kentucky collections management archivist, checked in on an exhibit at the UK Special Collections Library that looks at superstitions and legends related to Kentucky medical care before modern medicine Lexington Herald-Leader

Uncommonwealth: Medical remedies from the 19th and early 20th centuries part of UK exhibit

October 20, 2013 10:23 PM

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