Levi Cooper Lane, 1828-1902
Lane Papers, 1845-1907
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Lane Medical Archives
Stanford University Medical Center
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Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford, California 94035
Phone: (650) 725-8045
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Dr. Lane has considerable correspondence in the Old Navy records, at the National Archives

Biographical chronology
(** denotes information taken from secondary, unconfirmed sources, chiefly Rixford)

**May 9, 1828 Born - West Elkton (near Somerville, Ohio) to Ira Lane of North Carolina and Hannah Cooper of South Carolina.
184? Attended Farmer's College, near Cincinnati.
184? Course at Union Theological Seminary (later Union College), Schenectady, New York. (awarded honorary Master of Arts in 1862).
1851 M.D., Jefferson Medical College.
**1851-55 Interne and House officer, New York State Hospital, Ward's Island.
**1859 Navy surgeon at Naval Hospital, Quarantine, Staten Island. Sea duty aboard U.S.S. Decatur, stationed off coast of Central America and Europe.
Study at Goettingen while on 2 months furlough.
1860 Medical Study in England and Europe:
From the SF Medical Press, April, 1860: Dr. Lane, who visited our city some months since in the capacity of surgeon of the US slop-of-war Warren, has resigned his position for the purpose of spending some months in the hospitals of Europe, after which he designs coming to California for the purpose of finding a permanent home, as we are please to learn. Dr. Lane was marked first in the list of candidates who were examined for assistant surgeons in the Navy, in the 1856. His intelligence, suavity of manners, and gentlemanly deportment, secured many friends among medical men in this city during his brief stay, who could but be pleased at the accession to their ranks, of one so well calculated to work for the elevation of the profession.
1861 Joins his uncle, Elias Samuel Cooper, founder of the Medical Department of the University of the Pacific. Prof of Physiology.
1862 After Cooper's death, became Prof. of Anatomy at Medical Department of the University of the Pacific.
1863-65 Surgeon, Board of Enrollment for Southern California. United States Navy.
1864 Professor of Anatomy at Toland Medical School, San Francisco.
1871 Re-organized Medical College of the Pacific with former faculty members of the Medical Department of the University of the Pacific and Toland Medical School. Appointed Prof. of Surgery.
1872 Honorary Ll.D. Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.
1874/75 F.R.C.S. King's College, University of London School of Medicine.
1875/76 M.D., summa cum honore, Universitatis Literarie Friderick Guilame (Berlin). Included a course in pathology under Rudolf Virchow.
1882 Donated building and founded Cooper Medical College with funds earned in private practice.
1894 Donated building and founded Lane Hospital with funds earned in private practice.
1896 Founded Lane Medical Lectures.
1902 Donated funds to found Lane Medical Library at Cooper Medical College.
Feb. 18, 1902 Died.
1909 Cooper Medical College becomes Stanford University. Department of Medicine.

Lane Levi Cooper, 1928-1902
Papers, 1854 - 1903

I. Correspondence file Box 1.1 - 1.3
II. Common Books Box 1.4 - 2.1
Diaries
Photo Album
III. Office File Box 2.2 - 3.6
Case Histories
IV. Speeches and writings (all ms.) Box 5.1 - 10
Lecture notes 5.1 - 5.11
Addresses 6.1 - 6.7, 13.8
Valedictories 6.8 - 6.12
Lane Popular Lectures 6.13 - 6.16
Articles 7.1 - 7.21
Miscellaneous writings and notes 7.22 - 7.31, 13.7, 13.9
Surgery text 8- 11
V. Miscellany Box 12.1 - 14.18
Student papers 12.1 - 12.19
Translations & Excerpts 13.1 - 14.14
About Lane himself 14.15 - 14.18
Diplomas, honors & etc. (Map Case)

Box 1
Correspondence, common books (diaries)

Box no. Contents
1.1 Receipt Librairie JB Bailliere, Paris.
Letter fragment [n.d] To L.C. Lane ? from Dr. S.P. Guiberson.
Letter ( ? ) 21, 1956 To L.C. Lane from Theo. (Malscohns ?).
Letter Oct.13, 1863 To L.C. Lane from Edward B. Stevens.
Letter Feb. 9, 1891 To L.C. Lane from Sidney Bourne Swift, Leper settlement, Molokai, Hawaiian Islands, includes 14 photographs.
June 8, 1890, From L.C. Lane to Mrs. E. Twitchell.
Dec.3, 1897, From Henry Gibbons to Chester J. Teass, re: his graduation from Cooper Medical College.
Note: Dec.4, 1897, From, L.C. Lane to Chester J. Teass, re: graduation.
Note: June 4, 1898, From L.C. Lane to Chester J. Teass.
Note: n.d., From L.C. Lane to H.H. Sargent's son.
Card: n.d., [after L.C. Lane's death] from Pauline Lane to Ray Lyman Wilbur.
1.2 Letters: June 25, 1864-Feb. 22, 1865, Provost Marshall, General's Office.
Letter: June 29, 1885, From John S. Billings, War Department, Surgeon General's Office, Washington D.C. (See also: Shadows in the Ethics of the International Medical Congress / Levi Cooper Lane. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft, 1885, and Box 7.31 Levi Cooper Lane Papers).
1.3 Photo album 1900: Photos of Cambridge University sent to L.C. Lane by ?
1.4-1.11 Diaries 1-7, 1854-59, 1874-1876.
1.4 Ireland and England, July 18, 1874 - Dec. 1974.
1.5 Entry dated 1 June, 1875.
1.6 Berlin, Nov. 4, 1875 - Jan. 13, [1876] Notes from Professor ? "Klinik" and Virchow ?
1.7 Berlin, Jan. 1, 1876 - Feb. 25 1876.
1.8 Berlin. Feb. 2, 1876 - June 15, 1876.
1.9 London, Mar. 2.
1.10 Geysers, May 9, 1882.
1.11-1.16 6 vols. Ledger / Diary.
1.11 1866/67.
1.12 1868.
1.13 1869.
1.14 1870.

Box 2
Photo album

Box no. Contents
2.1 Photo album -- Photographs of European trip, n.d.
2.2 Journal of surgical cases (indexed) 1862-64.

Box 3
Case Histories

Box no. Contents
3.1-3.3 3 vols. Records of patient visits, diagnosis and payments, 1877-1887.
3.1 May 1877 - Nov 1880.
3.2 Nov. 13, 1880 - Aug. 26, 1884.
3.3 Aug 30, 1884 - June 28, 1887.
3.4 Jul, 1899-Apr, 1901 (gift of Anne Ellinwood 2004).
3.5 Oct 21, 1859 - Vol. Includes a lab report and 'Case No. 14".
3.6 Dec. 1954 - Case Histories, 1955 Wards Island.

Box 4
Speeches and writings
Bound Lecture Notes

Box no. Contents
4.1-4.3 Apr. 30, 1871 - Ophthalmology.
Dec.16, 1872 - Lectures Medical Department of the Pacific.
4.4-4.5 n.d. - Anatomy.
4.6-4.7 n.d. - Anatomy, vol. 2-3.
4.8-4.9 n.d. - Tome A - B.
4.10-4.13 n.d. - Surgery, Tome II - V.
4.14 1879 - Ophthalmology, lectures 1 - 9.
4.15 [1884] - Male Genitals ...vol. 2, Lectures 6 thru 10.
4.16 n.d. - Lower limbs iii (supplement): Lecture on affections of the knee-joint page 85, [Lectures 5-6].

Box 5
Lectures (unbound); courses

Box no. Contents
5.1 1882-83: Histology and Physiology course rosters and grades, Cooper Medical College.
1886-94: 1 vol. Questions to be answered by the students in Cooper Medical College.
5.2 n.d.: [Course introduction].
5.3 Nov. 4, 1861: Introductory lecture in Physiology 1861-62, Medical Department of the University of the Pacific.
5.4 1861: Physiology course. Medical Department of the Pacific, p. 13 - 346.
5.5 1861: Physiology course. Medical Department of the Pacific. p. 347 - 696.
5.6 1861: Physiology course. Medical Department of the Pacific. p. 697 - 935.
5.7 May 10, 1862: Physiological lecture, introductory.
5.8 1862: Physiology course, Medical Department of the Pacific, Lectures 1 - 19.
5.9 n.d.: Physiology course.
5.10 n.d.: Physiology./td>
5.11 n.d.: The Pathology of the skin in relation to certain social disorders (lecture series plan).

Box 6
Lectures, speeches

Box no. Contents
6.0 Lane Popular Lecture Notes.
6.1 1893: [Rudolph Virchow].
6.2 Jan.2, 1895: An Address: delivered at the opening of Lane Hospital.Ms. and reprint.
6.3 June 6, 1894:Address of welcome to the American Medical Association on the occasion of its visit to Cooper Medical College ...
6.4 Apr. 18, 1883: [Guatemala] address delivered to the California State Medical Association.
6.5 June 4, 1866: [Address delivered at opening of Toland Medical College].
6.6 n.d.: Things old and new, with a chapter from Carlin's Aurelianus: read before the Medical Society of the State of California.
6.7 [187?]: [After 18 years of professional service in SF, I left ...to visit ...New York, London and Paris ....].
6.8 1884: Synoposis of a paper on concussion of the bran, to be read before the Surgical section of the A.M.A., also includes conclusion of the brain.
6.9 Nov. 4, 1869]:Valedictory address: delivered at the closing exercises of Toland Medical College ... / by Levi Cooper Lane, Professor of Anatomy.
6.10 [Dec.7, 1871]: Valedictory delivered at the ninth annual commencement of the Medical Department of the University of the Pacific ...by Levi Cooper Lane, Professor of Surgery & c. Ms. Draft and Fair copy.
6.11 [Nov. 1890]: An Address delivered to the graduating class of Cooper Medical College ... Ms. Draft.
6.12 Nov. 13, 1890: An Address delivered to the graduating class of Cooper Medical College ...Ms. Fair copy.
6.13 n.d.: Valedictory address to a graduating class of Cooper Medical College.
6.14-6.16 Lane Lectures (Arranged chronologically).
6.14 1885: Dr. Henry Gibbon: in memoriam Ms. Draft.
6.15 January 1886: Medicine of the prophet. Lecture for Lane course, January 1886. [also dated Aug 17, 1885].
6.16 Jan. 7. 1887: Vaccination : Edward Jenner. Lane lecture delivered at Cooper Medical College, Jan. 7, 1887 by L.C. Lane.
6.17 1888: [Coffee] lecture delivered at Cooper College, Jan. 6, 1888.
6.18 1889: Sorcery, magic, witchcraft.Lane lecture to be delivered in 1889 by Dr. Levi C. Lane.
6.19 [1892]: Light and means of illumination : lecture delivered by Dr. L.C. Lane as one of the Lane Public Lectures.
6.20 [1892]: Cremation: an address delivered in the ninth course of the Lane Public Lectures.
6.21 [1892]: The Horse [Lane popular lecture, copied April 1893] Breeder and sportsman, Jan. 28, 1893 newspaper article.
6.22 [1894]: Address about the honey-bee: being the first of the twelfth course of Lane Lectures delivered January 12th, 1894, by Dr. L.C. Lane.
6.23 May 10, 1894: Birds: and remonstrance against the killing of larks. Howell Mountain, May 10, 1894.
6.24 Jan. 3, 1896: Progress in medicine: discovery of circulation of the blood and other advances in medicine made in modern times (Tribute toMichael Servetus) Lane lecture delivered Jan. 3, 1896.
6.25 Jan. 8, 1897: Apparent death and means of resuscitation. Lecture delivered Jan. 8, 1897.
6.26 Jan. 1898: Transfusion: first lecture of the Lane Public Lectures delivered in Cooper Medical College, Jan. 1898.
6.27 Jan. 6, 1899: Botany and Botanists, lecture to be given Jan. 6, 1899, as the initial one of the Lane Public Lectures.
6.28 Jan. 5 [1900]: Hippocrates the father of medicine : a lecture given in Cooper Medical College Jan. 5 [1900] by Dr. L.C. Lane.
6.29 n.d.: Quacks and quackery. A lecture delivered in the Lane course of popular lectures by Dr. L. C. Lane; Address to (apparently) medical students (incomplete, wants p. 22 and probably p.24+, these papers were found with Jean Wallace papers in 2002).

Box 7
Articles, miscellaneous writings and notes

Box no. Contents
7.1 n.d.: Anatomy.
7.2 n.d.: [Atom].
7.3 n.d.: [Blood].
7.4 n.d.: [Dermatology].
7.5 n.d.: Electrical machine.
7.6 n.d.: [Epithelioma of the tongue].
7.7 n.d.: Fractures of the bones which form the elbow joint draft (Prometheus chained).
7.8 n.d.: Fractures of the bones which form the elbow joint -- fair copy.
7.9 n.d.: Fractures of the bones which form the elbow joint -- Ms., typewritten.
7.10 n.d.: Hypertrophy of the prostate gland and suggestions in regard to its treatment Ms., draft and Ms., typewritten.
7.11 Hysteria or epiletoid convulsions.
7.12 Ligations for the cure of aneurism.
7.13 [Medical philosophy].
7.14 [Melanaemia].
7.15 A new surgical operation, not often described in the books.
7.16 A new treatment of inveterate ulcers, believed to be better than Baynton's plan.
7.17 Operation: Ligation of the abdominal aorta, trouble aneurism.
7.18 post 1884: Successful ligation of the primitive carotids done almost simultaneously in the removal of an epithelial cancer from the case of the tongue and faucas.
7.19 Surgical fancies, or the Knight errant's balsam discovered.
7.20 [Theory of happiness].
7.21 Notes and Ms. [Venereal diseases] and [Discultation and percussion].
7.22 Second Fascile - Ossa facilia Third Fascicle - Upper extremity Fourth Fascicle - Lower extremity (Surgery of Head and Neck?).
7.23 Osteology of the cranium, Membrane mucosae ...Cutis (Surgery of Head and Neck?).
7.24 Draft of founding papers of the San Francisco Medico- chirurgical Society.
7.25 Plan for a State University.
7.26 [Law to get standards for Medical education. State Board of Health].
7.27 [Though ... the arm of the civil law has withdrawn its protection and encouragement from legitimate Medical Science].
7.28 Miscellaneous manuscripts and manuscript fragments.
7.29 [1895]: Foundation of the Lane Course of Medical Lectures in Cooper Medical College, San Francisco Mss. and 2 drafts.
7.30 June 26, 1891: "To the President & Faculty of Cooper Medical College " "Your committee regret that the report on the Lane lectures this year is so meagre ..."
7.31 "Shadows in the ethics of the International Medical Congress. " Draft. [1885?].
7.32 Mar 7 1876: Fractures of the femur and their treatment: inaugural dissertation on receiving the degree of Doctor of Medicine and Surgery, presented to the Medical Faculty of the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat of Berlin and publicly defended VII. March 1876 / by Levi C. Lane. Also reprint.
7.33 A biographical sketch of the late Dr. E. S. Cooper.
7.34 Sept 12, 1883 and Aug 30, 1883: Food - 2 copies of the same paper.

Box 8
Manuscript for projected three volume text on surgery

Box no. Contents
8.1 Ms. [Preface to The Surgery of the head and neck, 1898.
8.2-8.50 Abdomen, 49 vols.
8.51-8.69 Arteries.

Box 9
Manuscript for projected three volume text on surgery

Box no. Contents
9.1-9.11 Corpus caput.
9.12 General Surgery of Head and Neck.

Box 10
Manuscript for projected three volume text on surgery

Box no. Contents
10.1-10.40 Head and Neck (Continued).
10.41 Hernia.
10.42-10.59 Ben Vesica Membrum.

Box 11
Manuscript for projected three volume text on surgery

Box no. Contents
11.1-11.5 Thorax.
11.6-11.12 Thorax and etc.
11.13-11.18 Notes: Dec. 1879 - Apr. 1880.
11.19-11.23 Miscellaneous notes.

Box 12
Miscellany

Box no. Contents
12.1-12.19 Student papers (arranged chronologically).
12.1 1845, 1854: Notes of lectures on pathology.
12.2 1856-57: Notes on French history.
12.3 Sept.30, 1859- :Gottingen, Nov. 1, 1859 Diary ? in French.
12.4-12.8 Oct. 5, 1874-Nov. 2, 1874: Notebook, notes of lectures given by Prof. Huxley, London.
12.9 Oct 8, 1874-Feb. 10, 1875: Notebook, notes of lectures given by Prof Thompson on Chemistry at King's College.
12.10 Jan. 5, 1874-1875: Notebook, notes of May 13, lectures on logic at King's College.
12.11 Jan. 12, 1875: Notebook, notes of lectures given by E. Ray Lankester on Branches of Sub-Kingdoms of the Animal Pedigree or Kingdom, at the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
12.12 Feb. 10, 1875: Notebook, notes of lectures by Prof. Huxley.
12.13 June 30, 1875-Jan. 6, 1876: Notebook, notes.
12.14 Nov. 1, 1875-May 16, 1876: Notebook, diary notes in Berlin and notes of lectures 1 - 16 in Vienna.
12.15 [1880]: Notebook, Vol. vi "Surgery of the Breast", lectures 19-22, given by Billroth.
12.16 [1800]: Notebook, Vol. xiii ,"Surgery of the Abdomen", lectures 26-28, given by Nussbaum.
12.17 [1800]: Notebook, Vol. ix, "Surgery of the Abdomen", lectures 29-31.
12.18 [1800]: Notebook, Vol. x, "Surgery of the Abdomen", lectures 32-34.
12.19 [1800]: Notebook, Vol.xi, "Surgery of the Abdomen: one lecture on gonorohoea and syphilis". lectures 35-37.

Box 13
Excerpts and Translations

Box no. Contents
13.1 Excerpts, 1954-55.
13.2 Excerpts, n.d.
-- Notae e historia Graeca excerpta.
-- Obstetrics, Meigs.
-- Excerpta ex opera, Mme. de Stael.
-- Notae-excerpta de [Hemephentis?].
-- Excerpta Angelica e libro Erichsen de inflammation.
-- Notes from Cohen's work on inhalation.
13.3 Notes from Friedrick Esmark's prize essay of 1877 (done 1879).
13.4 Miscellaneous notes, excerpts and articles.
13.5 Handbook of ophthalmic surgery for practitioners of medicine by Dr. J. Rheindorf, translated by L.C. Lane.
13.6 Aphorisms on venereal diseases followed by a formulary of the medicines employed in the treatment of these maladies by Edmund Langlebert, translated from the French by L.C. Lane.
13.7 1884: Synoposis of a paper on concussion of the brain, to be read before the Surgical section of the A.M.A., also includes conclusion of the brain.

Box 14
Miscellany

Box no. Contents
14.1-14.9 Emmert's Surgery, 9 vol., lectures 1-60.
14.10 Notes on Keppler, Galileo and Descartes.
14.11 Notes 1884.
14.12 Notes on Sorcery, Horse.
14.13 De Recti Morbis, vol. 1.
14.14 De Morbis Recti, vol. 2.
14.15 Apr. 10, 1906: Dr. Levi Cooper Lane and Academic Hospitals / by Thomas W. Huntington, 1849-1929 as one of the Lane lectures Ms. Typewritten.
14.16 1965: Correspondence to establish L.C. Lane's Date of Birth and Marriage.
14.16A Letters and notes.
14.17 1868: Hinckley malpractice case: Correspondence, misc. documents.
14.18 Published accounts.

Box 15
Miscellany

Several newspaper articles (eulogy, obituary notices).
Poster, Office hours.
Oversize Ms. Case of Superfaetation in the human subject in which there were born within the same half hour a well developed child ... and a foetus of apparently five months development with placenta and membrane of its own.
Dr. Whitney's Introductory Lecture on Clinical Medicine.
Oversize bound volume. Cover title: "Lane Journal".
Contains excerpted notes and translations, dated Nov. 1868 - Apr. 1869, and an apparent introductory lecture by Lane himself. All address subjects in general and surgical anatomy.

Box 16
Diplomas, Certificates and Awards

Mar. 8, 1851 Diploma, M.D., Jefferson College.
Apr. 11, 1854 Permit of safe and free passage. United States of America Department of State.
May 14, 1856 Certificate of appointment of L.C. Lane as Assistant Physician of the Emigrant Refuge Hospital beginning Oct. 1, 1854, signed by members of the Commission of Emigration of the State of New York and Visiting Physicians of the Emigrant Refuge Hospital Ward's Island.
May 16, 1856 Certificate of appointment of L.C. Lane as an Assistant Surgeon in the [U.S.] Navy to begin Apr. 17, 1856. Signed by Franklin Pierce, President and [J.C.?] Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy.
July 24, 1862 Certificate, honorary degree Master of Arts, Union College.
Aug. 9, 1862 Diploma, Artium liberalium Magistri (A.M.), Union Theological Seminary, Schenectady, N.Y.
Aug. 28, 1866 Letter, certifying Lane's service as Surgeon, Board of Enrollment. Southern District of California. July 31, 1863 - Apr. 30, 1865.
Mar. 18, 1867 Certificate of election -- Resident member of the California Academy of Natural Sciences.
Oct. 19, 1870 Certificate -- Member of the California State Medical Society (specifies M.D. from Jefferson Medical College in 1851).
Mar. 7, 1876 Public notice of M.D. thesis defense "Fracturae Ossis femoros et earum curatio", Universitatis Litterariae Fridericae Guilelmae (2 copies).
Nov. 23, 1882 Testimonial -- in recognition of donation of Cooper Medical College building to found Cooper Medical College by the faculty.
n.d. Testimonial -- in recognition of gift of property and buildings to Cooper Medical College, by its Board of Directors.
Jan. 12, 1884 Certificate of thanks for medical service rendered to a member of the A.O.D.W. (Oddfellows), sealed and signed by members of the Central Relief Committee.
June 22, 1887 Certificate, honorary degree Doctor of Laws, Union College.
May 17, 1889 Certificate -- "Salutem", Societatis Chirurgicae Americanae.
Oct. 12, 1891 Certificate of thanks for medical service rendered to members of U.A.O.D. (Oddfellows) sealed and witnessed by members of the Metamora and Morvin Grove tribes.

Bibliography
Note:
Journal names and article titles for dates after 1879 are taken from Index Medicus and its predecessors.
All citations for work prior to 1879 are taken from the surgeon general's bibliography.
This bibliography does not include editorials from co-editorship of the Medical Press (San Francisco) from 1862-3.

Biographies in:
American Medicine, Philadelphia, Vol. 3, p. 339 (1902)
Lancet, London, Vol. 1, p. 635 (1902)

Exercises in memory of Levi Cooper Lane, San Francisco, 1902.

1861 Introductory address delivered at the opening of the course on physiology for the session of 1861-62, in the medical department of the University of the Pacific, at San Francisco, CA,San Francisco: Painter & Co., 1861, 14 p.
1869 Valedictory address delivered at the closing exercises of Toland Medical College, November 4th, 1869. San Francisco : Spear & Co., [1869?], 18 p.
1876 Address delivered at the commencement exercises of the Medical College of the Pacific, Nov. 2 1876. San Francisco : Bonard & Daly, [1876], p. 289-308
Fractures of the femur and their treatment. Berlin : A. Haack, [1876], 28 p., 1 l.
1879 Removal of large fibro-sarcoma of the uterus by abdominal section, under Lister's method, with successful result. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, San Francisco, Vol. 22, p. 124-129 (1879).[Rep. by F.H. Dennis].
1880 Ligation of the carotid artery for glaucoma; recovery, with marked improvement of vision. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 22, p. 556 (1879-80).
Per-vaginal enuclation of the uterus, with spontaneous closure of the peritoneal opening without suture. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 22, p. 489-491 (1880).
1881 Gastrectomy, with preliminary ligation of the gastric and splenic arteries. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 24, p. 49 (1881).
1881-82 Ovariotomy in which transfusion was resorted to with success; remarkable pulse. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 24, p. 345-348 (1881-82).
1882 Addresses delivered on the occasion of dedication of Cooper Medical College building. San Francisco : A. L. Bancroft & Co., 1882, 42 p.
1883 Guatemala. An address.
Sacramento : M.R. Beard & Co, 1883, 29 p.
Reprint from Transactions of the Medical Society of California, Sacramento, 1883.
Note: Index Medicus lists Lane as an author in 1883, but the title index show any work written by him.
1883-84 Ligations done for the cure of aneurism. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal. Vol. 26, p. 145-153 (1883-84).
Anesthetics. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 26, p. 49-68 (1883-84).
1885 Henry Gibbons, Sr. [1808-1884]. In memorium; by L. C. Lane. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 28, p. 49-66 (1885).
Shadows in the ethics of the International Medical Congress. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft, 1885. 12 p.
1886 Memorial wreath for the prosecution in the Graves malpractice suit. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 29, p. 501-506 (1886).
Things old and new, with a chapter from Caelius Aurelianus. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 29, p. 397-402 (1886).
1887 Dr. Augustus J. Bowie; in memorium. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, 6 p.
1889 Successful ligation of the primitive carotid arteries done almost simultaneously in the removal of an epithelial cancer at the base of the tongue and the fauces. Transactions of the American Surgical Association, Vol. 7, p. 187-190 (1889).
1891 Cremation. Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 34, p. 1-18 (1891).
Fractures of the bones which form the elbow joint, and their treatment. Transactions of the American Surgical Association, Vol. 9, p. 393-431 (1891).
1892 Pioneer craniotomy for relief of mental imbecility due to premature suture closure, and microcephalus. Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 18, p. 49 (1892.)
1893 Epithelioma of the tongue, and its treatment. Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 21, p. 419 (1893).
A reminiscence of the Nicaraguan filibusters. Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 21, p. 960 (1893).
Rudolph Virchow [biography]. Occidental Medical Times, Vol. 7, p. 427-438 (1893).
1894 Concussion of the brain. Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 23, p. 48-52 (1894).
1895 An address delivered at the opening of Lane Hospital, January 2, 1895. Occidental Medical Times, [reprint] 11 p.
1898 A case of intercranial murmur. Occidental Medical Times, Vol. 12, p. 442 (1898).
Hypertrophy of the prostate gland, and suggestions in regard to its treatment. Transactions of the American Surgical Association, Vol. 16, p. 301-305 (1898).
The surgery of the head and neck. 2d. ed., xxx, 1180 p., Philadelphia : P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1898.


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