Charleston, VA: 1855. 1 page, 9.75 x 7.5 inches, Charleston, Virginia, October 1, 1855, to Dr. Rufus Woodward, during Bell's brief retirement, in full: "Your letter was received just as I was leaving home, and with some others accidentally overlooked until to-day, when the application of an interested party to learn where a patient could be sent when insane, to a State Hospital, reminded me of it. I need scarcely say that I shall be very willing to be referred...
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Oxford: Clarendon, 1989. 366pp. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. partially faded from sun exposure, otherwise very good. Oxford: Clarendon Press, (1989). First Edition.
Selection des Collections de la Compagnie de l'Art Brut. 7 Avril - 5 Juin. 1967. Illustrated throughout, a few in color. 126pp. Slim 8vo, glossy printed wrappers. Paris: Compagnie de l'Art Brut & Musee des Arts Decoratifs, (1967). A very good(+) copy.
Providence, RI: 1850. 2 pages (front and back), 10 x 8 inches, Providence, Rhode Island, June 14, 1850, to Dr. Rufus Woodward, asking him to provide a profile on his recently deceased father, Dr. Samuel B. Woodward, in part: "...As Secretary of the R. I. Medical Society it is my duty to prepare a sketch of the Honorary Members of the Society who have died during the first year. Your father was one, & I am very desirous to mention...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 371pp. 8vo, black boards, d.w. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2003). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962. Ed. by Winfred Overholser. 8vo, green cloth, d.w. chipped. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962. "The first authoritative and comprehensive treatise in English on the relation between law and psychiatry. Ray became the most influential American writer on forensic psychiatry in the 19th century." GM 1739.
281pp. 8vo, cloth, d.w. New York: The Macmillan Company, (1963).
New York: 1961. 8vo, maroon cloth. New York, (1961). Near fine. Signed by the author.