London: Heinemann, 1960. Illustrated with a few black and white photographs. 290 pages. 8vo, red boards, dust wrapper, rather worn and with a few large chips. London: Heinemann, (1960). A very good(-) copy, stains at fore-edge, endpapers discolored, scattered underlining in pen, in a poor dust wrapper.
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London: Macmillan, 1913. 2 volumes. Each volume has a frontispiece portrait and three illustrations. xxxi + 507 pages and xiv + 509 pages (some foxing on preliminary and ending pages, text block clean), large 8vos, blue cloth, spines a bit faded. London: Macmillan, 1913. First edition. A very good copy. Volume I, 1820-1861. Volume II, 1862-1910. Multiple previous owner's, bookplate, label, and inscription on front endpapers.
London: Macmillan, 1913. 2 volumes. Each volume has a frontispiece portrait and three illustrations. xxxi + 507 pages and xiv + 509 pages, large 8vos, blue cloth, spines and board edges faded. London: Macmillan, 1913. First edition. A very good(-) solid copy. Volume I, 1820-1861. Volume II, 1862-1910.
American National Red Cross, 1918. Poster. Offset Lithograph. 21" x 25". Unlined with centerfold as issued. Evocative World War I poster advertising the Red Cross. At the forefront, a Red Cross nurse beckons the viewer. Behind her, rows of soldiers march with guns, led by a soldier carrying an American Flag.
New York: Red Cross. Original poster. Color lithograph. 27.27 x 20.25 inches. This famous World War I propaganda poster was issued to promote the Red Cross in circa 1917 and was one of the most famous Red Cross posters during the war. It features a monumental Red Cross nurse cradling a wounded soldier on a stretcher. Evoking Michelangelo's Pieta where Mary holds the baby Jesus, this poster proved to be highly effective. A large Red Cross is seen in the.....
New York: E. B. Treat, 1867. and Hospital, with Narratives of the Sacrifice Suffering, and Triumphs of the Soldiers of the Republic. Color half-title, b/w plates. 477pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original blue cloth, gilt decorated spine, cloth lightly soiled, head of spine repaired, light foxing throughout, mostly to margins, library rubberstamps. New York: E. B. Treat, 1867. First Edition. Jane Currie Blaikie Hoge was a nurse during the Civil War. She served as an associate manager of.....
Mounted Frontispiece. Illustrated with plans, 4 folding. 2 volume bound in one. 8vo, full leather, a.e.g. (Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Medicine, 1982). Near fine. Notes on Nursing is the most famous classic in the history of nursing. GM 1612. Notes on hospitals "Includes four plans of hospitals" GM 1611. Facsimile of the London, , and 1859 editions, respectively.
Montreal: The Montreal Litho. Co. Ltd. Original poster. Color lithograph. 42 x 28 inches. This Canadian Red Cross poster features a central, large, red cross on top of which, within a circle, there is a image of a female Red Cross worker assisting a wounded soldier. Bold black text sits above and below the cross, urging the viewer to donate funds for hospital supplies and to support prisoners of war. Some wear and tears to top left and bottom right.....
London: Constable, 1950. Frontispiece in b/w. 615 pages. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. London: Constable, (1950). First edition. A good solid copy--foxing to outer edges, small area of black marker to front cloth, rubbing to spine, previous owner address in pen on endpaper; in a very good(-) wrapper, edgeworn and lightly sunned.
New York: American Lithograph Co., 1918. Original poster mounted on linen. Color lithograph. 39 1/2" x 30 1/2" This beautifully illustrated Red Cross poster shows a WWI nurse speaking to a young woman, while another nurse tends to an injured soldier. In very good condition. Center fold. Hard to find. Albert Sterner (1863 - 1946) was an American illustrator and painter.