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George B. Green receipt [recipe] book

Identifier: MSS 2/057

Scope and Contents

One volume of remedies and recipes compiled by George B. Green, 1823-1862, with notes on sources of information or use of recipes. Includes recipes for medical ailments such as croup, hydrophobia, and dysentery, and household substances such as varnish, shoe polish, and ink. Several remedies prescribed by Vermont physician E. E. Phelps for Mrs. George B. Green. Newspaper clippings and other printed items laid in.

One-volume daybook of farm and personal accounts, 1852- June 1,1866 Jan. 1, of George B. Green of Windsor, Vt., documenting financial transactions for labor, goods and services, rent, and sale of medicine. Includes contracts with laborers.


  • 1823 - 1862


Biographical / Historical

George Barrett Green, Windsor, Vt., businessman and physician, was born on 14 Apr. 1798; he died on 31 May 1866. Green was married, probably to a woman named Charlotte. He attended Dartmouth College, 1815-1816, and received an A.M. from Middlebury College in 1851.


2 Volumes

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Repository Details

Part of the Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Repository

19 S. 22nd Street
Philadelphia PA 19103 United States