Author Biographical Info

Medical Arts Publishing Foundation was a brainchild of Dr. R. Lee Clark, president of M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center (1946-1978). Through collaboration between Dr. Clark and Russell W. Cumley, the publishing company developed the Cancer Bulletin in 1948 as a fun, visual and entertaining medical journals to draw attention to the history of cancer research. Their initial vision was to create a “highly readable pictorial magazine for the general practitioner” that would increase early diagnosis of cancer. Other publications, Heart Bulletin in 1952 and Psychiatric Bulletin in 1951, followed that highlighted the history and studies in cardiology and psychiatry. Each publication had its own distinct style and motif. Joseph F. Schwarting was the Art Director and principle artist for all publications. The group of artists were based international and locally in Houston. Other artists include Eva Marie Schubart, Imelda Schubart, Peter Spier, Jo Spier, George Shackelford, Mary Shackelford, and Joseph Doeve. Medical Arts Publishing Foundation also published the regional journal, Medical Record and Annuals, with Joe Schwarting creating the cover art.


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Publication Date(s)

Fall 1954




Psychiatric Bulletin, Vol. 4 No. 4, Table of Contents: Surgery-seeker, Jung, Psychiatric disorders associated with Parkinsonism, Psychotherapy in essential hypertension, Book reviews, Electroshock therapy, Quickies, Encephalitis and its sequelae in children, Questions and answers, Supportive psychotherapy. See more at Medical Arts Publishing Foundation Records: Psychiatric Bulletin and its finding aid.


IC094, 15-44, Psychotherapy in Essential Hypertension, 1954, fall, p. 80, no author. IC094, 16-26, Kierkegaard, 1954, fall, back cover, Schwarting.


psychiatry, performance, medical journals, pictorial magazine, publishing, Houston (TX)


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