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31 photographic and micro-photographic plates, many colored. 53 page s. 8vo, modern wrappers. Extracted from: Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 48, supp. 2. N.Y., 1928. Noguchi conducted pioneer research in the etiology of trachoma. He was the first to isolate Bact. granulosis, believed by him to be the causal organism in trachoma. GM 5973.
Troy: Southworth, 1920. VOLUMES II AND III ONLY. 8 diagnostic cards and 79 stereograms, loose as issued. 8vo, cloth portfolios with ties in dark blue cloth slipcases; portfolios have some minor soiling to the spines, slipcases are lightly worn but sound. Troy: The Southworth Company, (1920). A very good set.
Newport Beach, CA: 1976. Important T.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, personal letterhead, Newport Beach, California, October 14th 1976, written during the most tumultuous period of her life, less than a year after transitioning and divorcing Barbara Mole, and at the height of her courageous fight to compete as a woman in the 1976 US Open - and thereafter, to longtime friend and eye-care patient Laura Fratti who is best remembered as an onetime child-prodigy pianist who debuted at Carnegie Hall at...
Birmingham: Classics of Ophthamology, 1988. As translated from Doctrina De Morbis Oculorum by Joseph Jacob Ritter Von Plenck. 6 plates. 360 pp. 8vo, full elaborately gilt green leather, a.e.g. (Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Ophthalmology, 1988). Fine. In 1910 it was determined Rowley's work was a plagiarism of Von Plenck's earlier work. Facsimile of the London, 1970 edition.
I. Isolation and Identification of a Filterable Virus. 3 photo. plates, 1 colored, illus., tables. 26pp. IN: Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 77, No.1, pp. 71-96. 8vo, original wrappers; ex-lib. N.Y., 1943. GM 5990. Isolation of the infectious agent in epidemic keratoconjunctivitis and its neutralization by serum from patients convalescent from the disease.
London: Logman, 1816. To which are added, a Short Account of the Author's Life, and His Method of Curing the Congenital Cataract, by J.R. Farre. A New Edition with Additions. Copper engraved portrait and 8 black & white plates, 234pp. + ads., 8vo, original boards; slight wear to extremities, light scattered foxing, uncut. London: Longman, 1816. Second Edition. Very good. "Saunders was the founder of the first opthalmological hospital in London (the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital)." Dawson p. 486. This...
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Three folding plates at rear. xx + 536 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-stamped olive-green leather, a.e.g.; a few small scuff marks to binding and very light spotting to gilt edges. Birmingham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1980).Near fine. Facsimile of the London, 1806 edition.
Venice: Martiniere, 1811. 3 folding copper plates, viii, 304pp., 12mo, brown boards; (lacks portrait). Venezia, Martini, 1811. Very good. The author of this first ophthalmological book published in Italy was a physician of remarkable scope and talent, responsible for 10 Garrison-Morton classics, of which the above is one. This edition (first published in Pavia in 1801) is illustrated with 23 figures on 3 large engraved folding plates, drawn by the author. Waller (1801 ed.). Fine copy.