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1906. 6 x 4.5 inches set to 10 x 8 inches, signed on the mount, sepia-toned, taken by New York photographer "Manderdon," depicting a three-quarters image of Chayes standing with his hands behind his back. Inscribed: "To my dear, good friend David Slone - Herman E.S. Chayes - Nov. 1st 1906." Signed at the age of 26! Chayes died of the fever at the age of 53. Near fine condition. Ukrainian-born American dentist and prosthodontist best known for the "Chayes.....
New York: Dental Digest`, 1925. Illustrated, some color plates. 8vo, Brown cloth-backed board., paper labels. New York: Dental Digest, 1925. Very good (+). Fine biography of the Maine-born dental surgeon containing extensive quotations from his writings, including his important work on "Formation and Structure of Dental Enamel," &c., and on typal forms of natural teeth. Weinberger p. 32.
London: Thomas Cox, 1803. The Natural History of the Human Teeth, Including a Particular Elucidation of the Changes which Take Place during the Second Dentition. viii, 100pp, followed by 13 copper plate engarvings. London: Thomas Cox, 1803. AND: The History and Treatment of the Diseases of the Teeth, the Gums, and the Alveolar Processes with the Operations which they Respectively Require. iv, 170pp, followed by 9 copper plate engravings (lightly foxed, and stained). 4to with wide margins, bound in full.....
Boston: Harvard University Dental School, 1930. Foreword by President A. Lawrence Lowell. Introduction by Dean Leroy M.S. Miner. Frontispiece portrait. 343 pages. Large 8vo, maroon cloth; minor soiling, inner hinges re-enforced. Boston: Harvard Univ. Dental School, 1930. First edition. A very good(-) solid copy.
Brooklyn: Dental Items of Interest Publishing Co., 1949. Introduction by Leo Winter. 353 black & white illustrations plus 12 color plates. xvii + 461pp., large 8vo, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper faded with some light chipping at the corners. Brooklyn: Dental Items of Interest Publishing Co., 1949. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1858. Lithograph frontispiece with overlaying flap, showing the same female face before and after the use of artificial teeth. 62 pages. Very slim 16mo, original brown embossed cloth (inner hinge a bit weak & one page creased). London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1858. Overall a very good copy. Campbell 283. Howard discusses toothache and dental surgery, mechanical means of preserving teeth, artificial teeth, the natural food of man and "the exciting cause of dental caries". Of special.....
New York: Macmillan, 1928. Illustrated. 316pp. 8vo, burgundy cloth, front and back flaps from the original dust wrapper are pasted on the inside of the covers. New York: Macmillan, 1928. First Edition. Very good(+). Signed presentation with an inscription by the author. Discusses medical treatment of teeth and then describes the cultural deformation of teeth and their uses as tools, charms, relics and jewelry. With an extensive bibliography and a glossary.
Frontispiece portrait of Charles E. Kells and 182 text illustrations, tables. 563pp. 4to, blue cloth (spine a bit faded & lightly worn at extremities). New Orleans, 1926. First Edition. A very good solid copy. Autobiographical account/dentistry textbook by a long-time New Orleans practitioner. Weinberger 76.