< CWS>

Under Construction

CWS is shorthand for the Companion Web Site to my (PVJ) manuscript, Investigating Cholera in Broad Street, a source book of documents under consideration by Broadview Press. Whether or not the press accepts the manuscript for publication, CWS will remain a free, public access component of the John Snow Archive & Research Companion.

Supplementary Documents
The manuscript contains front matter, an introduction, and documents in five parts. This section contains transcribed material I was unable to include due to space limitations. CWS document numbers parallel those in the manuscript.

This section of every reference cited in footnotes of the manuscript. Journal and newspaper references are listed alphabetically by title first, date of issue second. Downloads from newspapers and journals usually contain entire pages. Use the automatic zoom function on the server when necessary to locate the cited article or download the file to your own PDF reader. For newspaper citations, the letter(s) that follows the page number designates the column(s) in which the article is located.

Citations missing a PDF are under copyright and I am awaiting permission to post the listed pages.

Abbreviations used in this section:

CfSI — Committee for Scientific Inquiries [within the Medical Council to the second General Board of Health].

MCC — John Snow, On the Mode of Communication of Cholera (1849).

MCC2 — John Snow, On the Mode of Communication of Cholera, 2nd edition (1855).

MCS — Metropolitan Commission of Sewers.

MPC — John Snow, "On the mode of propagation of cholera" (1851).

PMCC — John Snow, "On the pathology and mode of communication of cholera" (1849).

RCP — Royal College of Physicians.

WMS — Westminster Medical Society.

This section contains large, high-resolution PDFs of smaller images in the manuscript, as well as many images I was unable to include in the manuscript. Use the automatic zoom function to improve clarity, if necessary. Images may be rotated on the server's PDF reader via the Tools function placed in the upper right corner. Download any image to your own PDF reader if you wish.