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Strategies for Primary Health Care

By Walsh, Julia and Warren, Kenneth (Editors)

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Technologies Appropriate for the Control of Disease in the Developing World. Previous owner's name on front free end paper and on top edge. Spine is sunned and boards are very slightly warped. Otherwise clean and tight. No markings in text. Small 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall.


Selections from Papers and Speeches

By Da Costa, J. Chalmers

Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1931. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good+/No Jacket. Inscribed and signed on front pastedown: "To S. Dale Spotts from John Chalmers Da Costa, February 14, 1931. In his library, crippled from arthritis, this great man, brain unimpaired, ______ me, his humble student this token of his affection. Unable to write, and in s_______ he asks me to make this notation." Blue cloth boards with gilt spine lettering. Head/heel of spine and corners bumped and slighly worn. Illustrated with b/w plates. Laid in is a two-page account of a "Da Costa Surgical Night: A Loving Tribute to a Beloved Physician." Clean and tight. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


Autology and Autopathy

By Moras, E. R.

Highland Park, Illinois, 1911. Seventh Edition. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket, as Issued. Faded green suede with gilt lettering. Head/heel of spine chipped. Pages 227-230 loose. Frontis portrait of author, with tissue guard. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


Neuromuscular Maturation of the Human Infant

By McGraw, Myrtle B.

New York: Hafner Publishing Co., 1969. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Good. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Dj has some minor edgewear. It also is stained and soiled.


One Hundred Years of Iowa Medicine

Iowa City, 1950. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Commemorating the Centenary of the Iowa State Medical Society 1850-1950. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering. Head/heel of spine and corners bumped. Binding slightly shaky. Otherwise clean and tight. Illustrated. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


Pictorial History of Medicine

By Bettmann, Otto L.

Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1956. Edition not Stated. Hard Cover. Good/Fair. "A brief, nontechincal survey of the healing arts from Aesculapius to Ehrlich--retelling with the aid of select illustrations the lives and deeds of great physicians....a graphic record of the untiring efforts of the medical profession to cure the sick, offer solace, allay pain and secure a better life for all mankind." Grey cloth boards slightly warped. Edges and endpapers discolored. Slight musty smell. Inside pages are tight and clean. Dj spine is discolored. Dj has chips, tears and edgewear. In protective mylar. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


Treatise on the Continued Fevers

By Wilson, James C.

New York: William Wood, 1881. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Brown cloth boards with black decoration/design. Owner's name on front free endpaper. Introduction by J.M. Da Costa, M.D. 365 pages, including index. Corners and head/heel of spine bumped. Minor shelfwear. Interior pages slightly yellowed. Clean tight copy.


Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy

By Lyght, Charles E., et al (editors)

Merck Shapr & Dohme Research Laboratories, 1961. Tenth edition.. Very good. Front hinge very slightly loose. Some minor foxing on endpapers. Small 4-1/4 x 6-3/4 volume with 1907 pages. Otherwise clean and tight.


Introductory Lectures and Addresses on Medical Subjects

By Wood, George B.

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1872. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Brown cloth boards with minor edgewear and scuffing. Two front corners and head/heel of spine are bumped and worn. First blank recto page, "With the kind regards of the Author" but not signed. With owner's name and date (March 29th , 1873) just below. Water stain on both endpapers and small stain along top edge of many inside pages. Otherwise a very clean and tight copy of this rare volume that includes 19 papers most of which were delivered before the medical graduates of the Univ. of Pennsylvania from the spring of 1836 to 1860.