Several text illus. 13 pages. Slim 8vo pamphlet, original gray printed wrappers; somewhat chipped at edges. N.Y., 1885. Reprinted from the Transactions.
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Bryn Mawr: Dorrance, 1988. xv + 237pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w. Bryn Mawr: Dorrance and Company, 1988 First Printing. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: New York Academy of Dentistry, 1960. Frontispiece. 257pp. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. (New York): New York Academy of Dentistry, (1960). Very Good (+).
New York: Macmillan, 1926. 92 illustrations. 8vo, brown cloth. New York: Macmillan, 1926. First Edition. Near Fine. Diagrammatic drawings and text with appendix of microscope technique.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. Frontispiece portrait and 1 additional plate. 188pp. 8vo, yellow cloth, d.w. Cambridge: Harvard U. Press, 1952. Very good. Howe was chief of research at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children.
London: David Low, 1949. 63pp., thin 8vo, library cloth. London: David Low, 1949. A near fine copy.
8 pages. Slim 8vo pamphlet, original gray printed wrappers. N.p., 1911. Reprinted from the Journal of the Allied Societies. Author's presentation on upper wrapper.
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.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1956. 461 color illustrations. 188pp., small 4to, blue cloth. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1956. First Edition. Very good (+).
Frontis. portrait of the author; 8vo, orig. cloth. Philadelphia, 1901. Sixth Edition, Revised. Flagg (1828-1903) has been called the "Father of the New Departure," that is to say, the introduction of plastic fillings into reputable dental practice.
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...
Brooklyn: Dental Items of Interest, 1932. 539 illustrations, 584pp. Tall thick 8vo, original red cloth, spine spotted. Brooklyn: Dental Items of Interest, 1932. First Edition. Very good.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934. Very good. Studies on dental problems carried out at the Otho S.S. Sprague Memorial Institute at the University of Chicago by the Chicago Dental Research Club.
Foreword by President A. Lawrence Lowell. Introduction by Dean Leroy M.S. Miner. Frontis. illus. 343pp. 8vo, red cloth; Ex.-Lib, ownership signatures inside front cover. Boston: Harvard Univ. Dental School, 1930.
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.
42 text illus. 98 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers, torn. N.p., n.d. (ca. 1890). Reprinted from the Independent Practitioner, Volumes VIII and IX. Heitzmann was founder of the American Dermatological Assn.
Paris: Bailliere, 1939. 451 in-text illustrations. 387 pages. Tall 8vo, original orange printed wrappers; spine chipped. Paris: J.-B. Bailliere, 1939. A very good copy with unopened pages. Traite de Stomatologie XIII.
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 embossed cloth (inner hinge a bit weak). London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1858. Campbell 283. Howard discusses toothache and dental surgery, mechanical means of preserving teeth, artifical teeth, the natural food of man and "the exciting cause of dental caries". Of special interest is the charming plate showing a mouth before and...
New York: Macmillan, 1935. Illustrated. 316pp. 8vo, red cloth. New York: Macmillan, 1935. Very good (+). "...his book is full of interesting material." Prinz, p. 146. Weinberger, p. 75.
Cheraw, SC: 1851. 4 pages (front and back), each two-page spread measuring 10.5 x 16.5 inches, Cheraw, South Carolina, Jan. 6, 1851, to Dr. Rufus Woodward, in small part: "...I gave chloroform in a few small operations which I have recently performed and some of the other Dr.'s are glad to make a handle of anything against me -- came out in the strongest denunciation in itself...and also as doing violence to the laws of nature and natures God. I....
Paris: Doin, 1888. Illustrated with engravings. 299pp. 8vo, blue cloth; small split of cloth at top front hinge. Paris: Doin, 1888. First Edition. Very good. Presentation copy.
Paris: Albin Michel, 1936. Hundreds of illustrations, text figures, photographs, full page plates. Three enormous 4tos, 3/4 leather over marbled boards (two volumes are green, one red); some scuffing and edgewear to volumesParis: Albin Michel, (1936-1949). Internally fine, a very good copy.
Paris: Bureau de L'Odontologie, 1900. 46 text illustratins. Tall 8vo, printed wrappers (lightly soiled). Paris: Bureau de L'Odontologie, 1900. Very good. Not in Weinberger.
Drawings by Carl T. Linden. 180 illus., 19 color. Unpaginated. Thin 4to, cloth; corners lightly bumped. Chicago, 1948.