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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Hazelden and Chestnut Health Systems’ Digital Archive of the Journal of Inebriety (1876-1914)

Hazelden figures prominently in the past six decades of addiction treatment in America, and now the pioneering organization is helping to preserve an important period of the industry’s earlier history.

Working with prominent historian William White, Hazelden recently finished locating and digitizing all 141 issues of the Journal of Inebriety, which, from 1876 to 1914, documented the earliest stages of addiction medicine in the United States.
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