Dr. Alana Callender Presenting




Glenda Wiese, Ph.D., Judy Bhatti, D.C., Jennifer Troyanovich, B.A., and Rachelle Herrity, D.C., add some glamour to the proceedings at Life University.
A photogenic pair!
Dr. Bhatti presenting
Board members enjoying dinner hosted by Life University
Dr. Coleman presenting
Smiling board members
Dr Simon Senzon lecturing on the history of chiropractic instrumentation


Horace Elliott, executive director of the NBCE and host for our 2013 conference, enjoys a moment with Donna Lieuw of FCLB.
Mr. Willem Van Gent received the 2013 Gibbons-Wardwell Medal from President Padgett.
Dr. John Wolfe's presentation on Shegetaro Morikubo wallked away with the Best Presentation honors.
2013-2014 Board: F-B, L-R, Drs. Troyanovich, Bemis, Hynes, Coleman, Phillips, Hynes, Montgomery, Callender, and Padgett
Dr. Ken Padgett presented Dr. Reed Phillips with the prestigious 2013 Lee-Homewood Pioneer Award
1st Vice-President William Holmberg (left) presents the 2011 Lee-Homewood Award to Rolf Peters while Director Frank Bemis (right) assists.
Best paper winners 2010, Stephane Provencher, seen here presenting, and Joseph Unger (not pictured)
William Holmberg, D.C., with 2010 Lee-Homewood Award winner Kerwin Winkler, D.C. and family

Banner for the 2007 Annual Conference, held in conjunction with the World Federation of Chiropractic and European Chiropractors Union meetings, Vilamoura, Portugal.



Board members around the 2000 Lee-Homewood Award winner, George McAndrews. (L to R): Kenneth Young, Carl Cleveland III, Mildred Kimbrough, Jerry Ray Willis, George McAndrews, Reginald Hug, Kerwin Winkler, Alana Callender, William Holmberg, Jetta Nash, Jo
Founding members of the Association for the History of Chiropractic, 1980

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Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference of The Association for the History of Chiropractic

June 10, 2017

Life Chiropractic College West

Hayward, California



Individual doctors of chiropractic, students of history, representatives of chiropractic educational institutions, and others are invited to submit long abstracts/summary papers (500-1,000 words) for presentation at the Association for the History of Chiropractic's 37th Annual Conference.
Best submissions will be selected for 25-minute presentations on the history of chiropractic or related topics. Prizes are given for best overall paper; best paper by a chiropractic student; and best paper by a non-chiropractic student. 
The deadline for paper submission is March 10, 2017. Notification of acceptance will be by March 31, 2017. Please direct questions to


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