3 vols., 3 portraits, 4to, boards, d.w.; inside hinge of volume 3 repaired. La Habana, l965-67. Finlay was the first to suggest that mosquitoes carried yellow fever infection.
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Paris: Audot, 1820. Illustrated at rear with 5 extraordinary color lithographs by C. de Lasteyrie, showing a man in progressive stages of yellow fever. Extra folding lithograph plate "A la Memoire d'Andre Mazet" is bound-in as a frontispiece.vi + vi, 144 pages. Short thin folio, blue morocco-backed marbled boards (edges are a bit of edgeworn; some foxing to text but plates are clean); marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Paris: Audot, 1820. First edition. Very good(+). A small paper bearing the inscription "A...
New York: 1931. Illustrated with tables. 18 pages (pp. 533-55) IN: The Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 54, no. 4. 8vo, original green printed wrappers. New York, 1931. First Edition. Whole number 4 offered entire. Very good. Intraperitoneal protection test. GM 5464.