Washington, D.C. American Psychiatric Association, 2000. xxxvii + 934pp., 8vo, silver printed boards, 8vo, d.w. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Association, 2000 A fine copy in a very good ( ) dust jacket. Fourth Edition, Text Revision.
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Washington, D.C. American Psychiatric Association, 1994. xxvii + 886pp., 4to, red cloth, d.w. Washington, D.C., 1994. A fine copy in a very good dust jacket.
Washington: American Psychiatric Press, 1987. xvi + 400pp., 8vo, cloth. Washington, D.C., 1987. A fine copy.
1935. Very scarce T.L.S. 4to. 1 page, The National Committee for Mental Hygiene, January 7th, 1935, to acclaimed photographer Pirie MacDonald. Because of the Great Depression, MacDonald has reduced Beers unpaid photography invoice, in part: "...You are a great scout. When you have so many calls upon you and have your own troubles during these depressed times, it was mighty fine of you to make any contribution at all to our work. I greatly appreciate your cutting in half of...
New York: 1937. Scarce A.L.S. of "Clifford W. Beers". 4to. 1 page, International Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York, October 18th 1937, to acclaimed photographer Pirie MacDonald. It reads in full: "Instead of re-reading some of the first pages of my story before we meet tomorrow, it will I believe, be more helpful if you will read the enclosed "personality" story from the Survey Graphic. It tells me what I have accomplished since I began my work about twenty-five years...
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...
Berlin: Springer, 1937. 64 illustrations. 496pp. Tall 8vo, cream cloth; upper rear hinge cracked and mended. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1937. Very good. "Revised the whole concept of dementia praecox, even to the point of renaming the disease, and led descriptive psychiatry out of an apparentlly blind alley."--Zilboorg & Henry.
New York: Russell Sage, 1970. Illustrated. x + 190pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper worn and torn. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1970. A very good (+) copy in a good dust wrapper.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1957. 3 volumes, tall 8vo, gray cloth. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1957, 1958, 1961. A very good copy with the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro. Vol. I. The Foundations of Science and the Concepts of Psychology and Psychoanalysis. Vol. II. Concepts, Theories, and the Mind-Body Problem. Vol. III. Scientific Explanation, Space, and Time.
Leipzig: Internationaler Psych. 1927. 87 pages. Slim 8vo, yellow cloth. Leipzig: International Psychoanalytisicher, 1927. First Edition.
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1978. Translated and edited by James Strachey. 737 pages. Thick 8vo, full gilt-stamped brown leather, all edges gilt, watered silk endpapers. Franklin Library, 1978. Limited edition. A fine copy, as new in the original un-opened Franklin Library packing sleeve with embossed gold seal. Printed for The 100 Greatest Books of All Time.
Leipzig: Franz Deiticke, 1905. , 205,  pages. Slim 8vo, original olive green cloth, lettered in white on spine and cover; rubbed at extremities and spine ends chipped. Ex-library copy with labels removed from inside both covers and one library stamp on bottom margin of page 51, otherwise pages are clean. Overall a very good(-) copy. Leipzig and Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1905. First edition, first impression of Freud's work on jokes and their relationship to the unconscious. Only 1,050 copies...
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1981. 3 volumes. Full rust morocco, ornately gilt spines and covers, all edges gilt. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1981. Spines are slightly faded and gilt edges a bit scuffed, still a near fine copy.
Vienna: Intern. Psychoanalytischer, 1922. 273 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers; repaired but still badly chipped; unopened pages browned and somewhat brittle. Wien: Intern. Psychoanalytischer, 1922. Funfte Folge. A very good(-) copy.
Leipzig: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1916. Herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Sigm. Freud; Redigiert von Otto Rank und Hanns Sachs. 360pp. 4to, original plain brown boards (worn at corners and neatly re-backed in cloth; internally clean). A bound volume featuring all 6 issues of the 4th volume of Imago, (1915-1916). Leipzig & Wien: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1916. Not an offprint, this is the first bound edition with publisher's title page. Numerous treatises and synopses throughout, but the 2 most significant...
Leipzig: Franz Deuticke, 1920. 62 pages, 8vo, original drab printed wrappers. Leipzig & Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1930. Several pages with neat underling, else very good Grienstein 10575.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1985. 310pp. 8vo, red cloth, d.w. (cloth has spine slant). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (1985). A very good(+) copy.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1989. 366pp. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. partially faded from sun exposure, otherwise very good. Oxford: Clarendon Press, (1989). First Edition.
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, 1934. Frontispiece portrait. Slim tall 8vo., white cloth (spine repaired). Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, 1934. First Edition. Very good. Ex-library copy. Scarce.
Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993. Black & whitee illustrations. 185 pages, slin 4to, black cloth, d.w. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, (1993). Scarce. Fine.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1985. Revised and edition by Thomas Johnstone. xvii + 368 pages, 8vo, gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, (1985). Facsimile of the New York: William Wood & Company, 1913 edition, translated from the Second German edition.
Berlin: Springer, 1987. 23 photographic illustrations. Small 8vo, pictorial green cloth. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, (1987). Near fine. Small rubber stamp & blind stamp on fly-leaf.
London: 1810. Translated from the French by Henry Hunter, D.D. 3 volumes originally bound in 5 (volume 1, volume II parts I and II, and volume III parts I and II) LACKS 5th volume (aka volume III part II, or pages 253-435). Some irregularities in pagination, but only lacking one illustration in the present volumes: "A pensive character leaning his head on his hand" from page 10 volume II part I. Profusely illustrated in black and white with copper engravings...
London: Secker, 1923. 8o, dark red cloth, paper spine label, d.w. London: Martin Secker, (1923). First Edition. Fine. Fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Two bookplates are under the front flap, one being of Michael Redgrave.
London: Hogarth, 1951. 200pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w. London: The Hogarth Press, 1951. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.