Richard J. Dunglison and Frank Woodbury
Published from 1880-1899, the College and Clinical Record was a monthly medical journal put out by Jefferson Medical College students and graduates. It commonly included printed lectures, conference proceedings, original articles, reminiscences, obituaries notices, marriage announcements, and college news. According to its first publication, "The CLINICAL RECORD has been instituted more particularly for the purpose of conveying to those interested the most reliable intelligence of current affairs at the Jefferson Medical College, and of furnishing a means of intercourse between graduates of the school... It is especially intended to impart to the graduates and students of the College accurate and elaborate reports of the medical, surgical, and gynaecological clinics held by the members of the Faculty and Hospital Staff, with notes of peculiarities of treatment of cases in the hospital of the College. The editors are two of its graduates, who are keenly sensible of the desirability of preserving as much as possible of the valuable instruction of the 'Old Jeff,' as it is familiarly known."