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Washington: Duff Green, 1834. 131 pages. Slim 8vo, preserved an an older Gaylord Pamphlet Binding with patterned boards and gray cloth spine. Washington: Duff Green, 1834. Third edition, with alterations and additions. A good copy--with considerable foxing and some dog-eared pages;previous owner notes written in pen inside front cover.
New York: American Public Health Association, 1931. Frontispiece portrait, lightly illustrated in b/w. 184 pages. 4to, blue cloth with black leather spine label, chipped. New York: (American Public Health Association), 1931. A very good copy(-) ex-library copy--staining and sunning to spine, cloth edges lightly toned, library numbers in white marker at foot; previous owner names to front endpaper' library pocket on rear pastedown.
Hartford, CT: 1857. 2 pages, 10 x 7.75 inches, The Retreat, Hartford, Connecticut, August 4, 1857, to fellow physician and champion of better treatment for the insane, Dr. Rufus Woodward, unable to treat Rufus's brother Stanley, who has spent years in and out of mental institutions, in part: "...Stanley has been more reserved and gloomy of late. Yesterday fearing he would abuse his liberty, I had a conversation with him, cautioning him against abusing his liberty which I had given.....
J.H. Bufford's Sons. Map. Lithograph. 17" x 18.25". Shows some light damp staining and foxing. Shows some wear and slight separation along original fold lines, however this results in no image loss. In very good condition. A disease map of mid-19th century Boston, MA showing seven zones wherein cases of intestinal diseases in children had been confirmed. Created by the Boston City Physician's Office to accompany a report from the City Physician on Asiatic Cholera (City of Boston, 1866). Rare.....
New York: New York University Press, 1999. Frontis, illustrated with a handful of b/w images. 433 pages. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. New York: New York University Press, (1999). A very good(-) ex-library copy--foxing to outer edges, and stamps removed from rear endpaper, several pages with light creasing to upper corner--in a very good(+) wrapper, but with flaps glued to pastedowns.
Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964. 274 pages. 8vo, natural cloth, d.w. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964. A facsmilie reprint of a selection from Daniel Drake's 1850 work. A very good(-) solid copy with foxing to outer edges and both front and rear cloth; in a very good wrapper--rubbing and sunning to spine.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Company, 1943. With b/w images throughout. 797 pages. Tall, thick 8vo, navy cloth. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Company, 1943. A very good(-) copy--light spotting to cloth and outer edges, dampstaining and sunning to spine, front board lightly bumped at upper corner, newspaper clipping concerning Forbus taped to front pastedown.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1975. Lightly illustrated with b/w images. 135 pages. Slim 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, (1975). A very good copy with foxing to top outer edges, light paper damage to front pastedown from removed sticker; in a very good(-) wrapper with previous owner name written in red pen on front cover.