Dynamic Chiropractic – May 20, 2002, Vol. 20, Issue 11

Chiropractic Centennial Historic Exhibit Open to the Public in Denver

By Editorial Staff
DENVER, Colorado - The Chiropractic Centennial Historic Exhibit that was displayed during the Chiropractic Centennial celebrations in Washington, D.C., (July 6-9, 1995) and Davenport, Iowa (September 14-17, 1995) was on the road in the mile-high city this April.
The exhibit was open to the public all month in the Helen Bonfils Theatre on the campus of the Colorado College of Chiropractic (CCC) at Teikyo Loretto Heights University.

The exhibit was prepared for the Chiropractic Centennial by R. Sofya Belair, produced by Vicomm, Inc., of Moline, Illinois, and funded by the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation in consultation with the Association for the History of Chiropractic.

The exhibit follows chiropractic's progress in its first 100 years (1895-1995), featuring sections on each of the 10 decades; the people; places; events; schools; equipment (eight antique adjusting tables); and legislation.


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