Paris: 1924. 3.5 x 4.5 inches, 10, Rue De Seine, Paris, France, February 6, 1924. In French (not translated), but sending well wishes to a friend. Near fine condition. French surgeon-gynecologist who perfected and performed the first full hysterectomy in the treatment of cancer. One of the leading gynecologists who, with Dr. Louis Terrier, ended the high mortality rate when performing hysterectomies by perfecting the procedure through the removal of the uterus; called radical or total hysterectomy.
Paris: Dionysium Duvallium, 1585. Large printer's device engraved on title page, and a few other engraved headpieces and initials throughout. The text consists of sections of Hippocrate's writings in Greek and Latin, interspersed with Cordaeus's commentary in Latin only. , 361,  blank,  index pp. Tall 4to, contemporary vellum. Parisiis: Apud Dionysium Duvallium, sub Bucephalo, in vico Bellouaco, 1585. Very scarce. An unusually tight clean copy. OCLC listsonly 2 copies at Yale & Oxford. Adams H615; Hirsch II 76; Durling 2412; Not in Osler.
St. Louis: 1941. Tables. 13 pages (pp. 925-937) FROM: American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol. 42. 8vo, modern wrappers. St. Louis, 1941. Erythroblastosis foetalis due to rhesus incompatibility between mother and child. With L. Burnham, E.M. Katzin, and P. Vogel. GM 3100. Dec. issue entire.