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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA June 2013
60 Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 43 Number 2 June 2013 Although she has written or co-authored many peer-reviewed articles, her frst love is teaching, frequently earning faculty of the year recognition from students. Her oldest daughter, Yasmeen Khan, has graduated from Palmer and her third child, Milad Asef, just started in the chiropractic program. That makes fve daughters of these nine women that have become the next generation of women in chiropractic. CONCLUSION This is not Mary Ann’s whole story, nor was it meant to be, but she is the golden thread that runs through the entire tapestry, pulling together the threads of these nine women’s lives, nine being a sacred number in the Baha’i faith. Chiropractic is the common thread, but Mary Ann Chance was anything but common. A CIRCLE OF FRIENDS CALLENDER REFERENCES 1. Palmer BJ., The twins. Fountain Head News 1916;6(13):1-2. 2. Chance Chiropractic Center. Four generations of chiropractors. http://www.chancechiro.com/doctor/chiropractor/37L/gainesville- chiropractor/four-generations-of-chiropractors.htm. Accessed 15 December 2012. 3. Hermann DL. A brief sketch of the life of Hugh Chance. 1994. http:// bahai-library.com/herrmann_chance_biography. Accessed 9 Septem- ber 2012. 4. Mary Ann Chance. Curriculum vitae, 2009. Chance-Peters Archives, Wagga Wagga 5. Peters R. 24 February 2011, personal correspondence. Author's fles. 6. Marketing Department. Davenport, IA: Palmer College of Chiroprac- tic 7. Palmer VA. Curriculum vitae. Marketing Department. Davenport, IA: Palmer College of Chiropractic. 8. Jensen J. Profle: Vickie Anne Palmer. n.p. Gold Book. February 1991; p. 38-9. 9. Ryberg W. The Palmer sisters take charge. Des Moines Sunday Reg- ister, 2 September 1990; p. 1A, 8A. 10. Cronk P. Personal correspondence, 20 December 2012. Author's fles. 11. Stoke J. Oh, yes! Abundant Living 1976;53(1): n.p. 12. Anon. Profession mourns Dr. Edith M. Cronk. Palmer College Alumni News 1969;8(1):1. 13. Palmer DD. Text from Fellowship Award, 1968. Davenport, IA: Palmer College Special Collections. 14. Registrar’s Offce. Davenport, IA: Palmer College of Chiropractic. 15. Cerutty M.H.L. Appendix 2. Marcia's story: a second generation chiropractor. In: Innate wellbeing: the vital role of chiropractic in lifelong health. Self-published 2000. 16. Chance MA. In memoriam: Marcia Rita Hart LeBreton Cerutty 1918- 2001. Chiropr J Aust 2002; 32:27-8. 17. National Film and Sound Archive 1998. Australian Radio Series, 1930s to 1970s. McCoy Circuit, Acton, ACT: ScreenSound Australia 18. Callender AK. Palmerton, an experiment in student housing. Chiropr Hist 2000; 20(2):27-36. 19. Callender AK. Women in Chiropractic. In Peterson D, Wiese G, eds. Chiropractic, an Illustrated History. St. Louis: Mosby, 1994, p 444- 61. 20. Bolton SP. Women in chiropractic. J Aust Chiropractors Assoc 1990;20(2):53-5. 21. Peters R. Personal correspondence, 6 May 2012. Author’s fles. 22. Anon. Appendix 1.Keeping the magic alive. Reprinted from The West Magazine. In: Cerutty MHL . Innate Wellbeing: the Vital Role of Chiropractic in Lifelong Health. Self-published, 2000. 23. Dr. Faye Lou Burns Eagles (obituary). Rocky Mount Telegram, 27 July 2006. 24. Eagles FB. Women in chiropractic. In Lindsey, D. C. (ed.). Chiro- practic Yearbook. Concord (CA); d'Carlin Publishing; 1972. 25. North Carolina Governor names Dr. Eagles. New England J Chiro- practic 1973;7(4):34. 26. Chance MA. Women in the history of chiropractic. Power-point lecture presented at the Chiropractors' Association of Australia's Women's Leadership Forum, Sydney, 24 June 2007. Chance-Peters Archives. 27. Callender AK. 19 p.461. 28. Registrar. Logan College of Chiropractic. Telephone interview, 16 October 2012. Author’s fles. 29. Due VE. 1961. Report on the White House Conference on Aging. Muncie, IN: Ball State Teachers College. http://libx.bsu.edu/cdm4/ collection.php?CISOROOT=/KPatrickMem Accessed 27 October 2012. 30. Chiropractic leader, past Logan Alumni secretary, Dr. Faye Eagles dies. The Tower: Voice of Logan College 2006;26(30):22. 31. 1st Woman Doctor Named "Chiropractor of the Year." Logan College Vital Force 1979; 3(8):3. 32. Order of the Long Leaf Pine.Wikipedia.com. Accessed 30 October 2012. 33. Eagles R. Telephone interview. 5 October 2012. Author’s fles. 34. Jolliot C. Personal correspondence with author, 13 November 2012. Author’s fles. 35. Jolliot C. Curriculum vitae, December 2012. Chance-Peters Ar- chives. 36. Wiese G. Transcript of interview, 19 May 2011. Author’s fles. 37. Gatterman M. Telephone interview, 10 May 2012. Author’s fles. 38. Keating JC. 1997 Lee-Homewood Heritage Award: Herbert J. Vear, D.C., chiropractic scholar. Chiropr Hist 1997; 17(1):9-13. 39. Killinger L. Transcript of interview, 21 September 2012. Files of author. 40. Vear HJ. The anatomy of a policy reversal: The A.P.H.A. and Chiro- practic, 1969 to 1983. Chiropr Hist 1987;7(2):17-22. 41. Killinger L. Curriculum vitae, April 2011. Author’s fles.
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