Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Davenport, Iowa campus is a beautiful site to behold today. The original campus, Palmer School of Chiropractic, in Davenport was equally awe inspiring. Palmer college alumni, students and fans of Chiropractic’s rich history can proudly display their love for Chiropractic’s Fountainhead with this gorgeous piece of Chiropractic art.
This beautiful chiropractic print poster features a postcard styled tribute to the Palmer School of Chiropractic. It features an exterior view of Palmer along with the famous WOC radio station tower.
WOC, stood for World of Chiropractic and is best known for having the distinction of being the first commercially licensed radio station west of the Mississippi River. B.J. Palmer purchased purchased the radio station in March of 1922 and incorporated it into the Palmer campus. The station’s range was increased thanks to the installation of a 500 watt transmitter tower allowing B.J. to help spread the word and ideals of chiropractic along with local news, weather and entertainment. WOC became WOC-TV and began broadcasting television programming on Halloween of 1949. (http://library.palmer.edu/wocradio)
Pay tribute to Chiropractic history or give the perfect unique Chiropractic gift, with this beautiful Chiropractic poster. This print is available in a variety of sizes up to a large 48″ x 36″ poster size. A variety of mounting and framing options are available. If you’re looking for a truly unique Chiropractic art piece you can even elect to have this image printed on metal, canvas or a wood mount. Pricing and sizing may vary based on the options you choose for this Chiropractic print. Please click the images or links here for current pricing and availability.
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