The homeopathy archives of the Robert Bosch Institut für Geschichte für Medizin in Stuttgart is one of the most important historical archive of homeopathic documents in the world. It contains the manuscripts of work by Hahnemann, his correspondence (over 5,000 letters), as well as the correspondence of Mélanie d’Hervilly, von Bonningausen and many of their students. This archive is linked to the International Network for the History of Homeopathy (INHH), directed by Martin Dinges
This French website (Homéopathe International, HI) has a very large and useful collection of documents (history, iconography, photographic collections). Curators include Robert Séror and Sylvain Cazalet.
The history of homeopathy through the biographies of doctors and famous personalities, curated by Sue Young. The website encourages users to contribute to updating and perfecting the biographies.
A commercial and educational website with a historical section curated by Dana Ullmann.
The history of Spanish homeopathy collected by the Institut Homeopatico y Hospital de San José’s museum in Madrid.
The College of Medicine Legacy Center at Philadelphia’s Drexel University preserves the family and professional archives of Costantine Hering and his son-in-law Calvin B. Knerr. This important collection documents the history of American homeopathy (1820-1940) with particular references to centres in Philadelphia. Using the website’s search engine, it is possible to also access other collections of homeopathic interest, in particular the collection of works by T.L. Bradford, author of Biographies of Homeopathic Physicians(1918). The Hering-Knerr collection can be consulted through PACSCL ( Philadelphia Area Conservation of Special Collections Library).
Mainly educational the American Museum of Homeopathy’s website is sponsored by the American Medical College of Homeopathy (AMCH).
An interesting website dedicated to the history of homeopathy in Australia.
The City of Turin’s Historical Archives has restored the house in Via Barbaroux, which hosted the Homeopathic Pharmacy founded in 1862 with a small specialised library situated next door, thereby preserving an important historical asset.
The Cesare Mattei Archive and Museum reconstructs the history of the inventor of electro-homeopathy that resulted in significant interest, also at an international level, during the second half of the 19th century. .
Website of the Italian Academy of the History of Pharmacy, founded in 1950 with the purpose of protecting and registering Italian pharmacy’s historical, artistic and cultural heritage. The Academy has about 350 members and hosts many private collections, some of which include interesting mementos of 19th century homeopathy.
The website set up by the Municipality of Koethen provides information about the Hahnemann Museum, which is hosted in the house Samuel Hahnemann lived in from 1821 to 1835, and about the clinic founded by his student Arthur Lutze . The website also provides a link to the European Homeopathic Library.
The German Homeopathic Association (DZVHA) sponsors two important libraries, the Europäische Bibliothek für Homöopathie (EBH) founded in Koethen in 2009 and the Homöopathische Bibliothek “Wolgang Schweitzer” (HBH) founded in Hamburg in 2012. The libraries, situated in impressive buildings, contain thousands of volumes on homeopathy and an important collection of 19th century books.
Lyons’ municipal library preserves the Boiron Archives which contain 19th and 20th century homeopathy books and magazines, especially in French, from the Jean Boiron Library and the Nebel, Jarricot and LHF (Laboratoires Homéopatique de France) collections.
The Taubman Medical Library at Michigan University preserves an important section on homeopathy previously held at the Homeopathic Medical College and Ann Arbor University (1875), including many Italian 19th century books. One of the most interesting collections is the Bradford Homeopathic Collection with its large section dedicated to homeopathic pamphlets.
Julian Winston (1941-2005) created in New Zealand an important homeopathic library and a collection of homeopathic documents with manuscripts, kits and memorabilia.
The German pharmaceutical company REMEDIA makes available on its multi-language website an archive of ancient homeopathic literature thanks to the cooperation of homeopaths and collectors, among them Stefen Reis. The texts can be read free of charge.
The British Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) website, created in order to promote and document scientific research on homeopathy with many initiatives.
The website of the Museu de Homeopatia “Abraho Brickmann” is associated to the Instituto Homeopatico “Francois Lamasson”, founded by Izao Carneiro Soares in San Paolo in 1981. The museum houses the rich homeopathic library “Helena Minim” .
In 1962, most of The Homeopathic Foundation of California’s library was donated to The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). The collection consists of over 1,200 books, serial titles, pamphlets, and manuscript materials. The UCSF Library houses also the Florence Nightingale Ward found, papers, manuscripts and rare homeopathy material including medicine kits.
The Instituto Hahnemanniano do Brasil (IHB) preservs the largest homeopathic library of the South America, with over 1600 books and a rich videolibrary..
The website of the Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis (LMHI) founded in 1925, an organisation of homeopathic doctors from over seventy different countries.
The European Committee for Homeopathy (ECH) website, an organisation that coordinates over 40 associations in 25 European countries, with educational, organisational and promotional objectives.
Website of the Free Italian University of Homeopathic Medicine (LUIMO), created in Naples in 1976 by Antonio Negro, Alma Rodriquez, Thomas Paschero and Proceso Ortega, in cooperation with the Ce.M.O.N “Tommaso Cigliano”. The LUIMO has a large homeopathic library.
Website of the Italian School of Hahnemannian Homeopathic Medicine (SIMOH) created in 1991 by Antonio Negro, with didactic, clinical and research objectives. The “Evelino Leonardi” medical library has a large homeopathic section.
Website of the Italian Federation of Italian Homeopathic Associations and Doctors founded in 1990
Website of the association of entrepreneurs that protects the overall interests of the production and distribution of homeopathic remedies and also sponsors their knowledge and diffusion.
Website of the Association of Homeopathic Patients (APO), created in 1991 with the purpose of spreading knowledge of homeopathy and protecting the free choice of patients who use it. .
The Homeopathy Defence Committee (OMEOCOM) was created in order to propose petitions and appeals to defend homeopathic medicine. This website has links to a vast community present on Google+, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Website of the European Federation of Homeopathic Patients Association (EFHPA) founded in 2003.
A reliable free source of information in the field of homeopathy clinical research.
The following catalogue of publishing houses (*) includes Italian books on homeopathy and translations of work by foreign authors: