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  1. 1.ABERNETHY, JOHN - Surgical Observations. Two Volumes. First American Edition. Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson, 1811. Vol. I On The constitutional Origin and Treatment of Local Diseases; and on Aneurisms. On. Diseases Resembling Syphilis; and on Diseased of the Urethra. Vol. II On Injuries of the Head and on Miscellaneous Subjects. 8vo., pp.299, orig. tree-calf bindings.
    GM 5584 (London, 1809-10); Cushing A13; Iowa 1194; Austin 3.                       $300.00

  2. 2.AN AMERICAN TEXT-BOOK OF GYNECOLOGY. Second Edition. Edited by J.M. Baldy. Philadelphia, 1898. 4to., pp.718, 341 illustrations and 38 colored and half-tone plates.                   $35.00

  3. 3.BASHFORD, H.H. - The Harley Street Calendar. London, Constable & Co., 1929. 8vo., pp.272. A treatise of 11 essays of famous English physicians from Gilbert in the 12th. century up to William Osler.
    Cushing B147          $25.00
           

  4. 4.BASTIAN, H. CHARLTON - On the Symptomatology of Total Transverse Lesions of the Spinal Cord; with special reference to the condition of the various reflexes. Reprinted from Med. Chir. Trans. 1890, pp..151-217. Bound in linen, lettered in gilt.
    GM 4577 “Bastian’s law” , transverse lesion of the cord above the lumbar enlargement results in the abolition of the tendon reflexes of the lower extremities.     $45.00

  5. 5.BEAUMONT, WILLIAM  Experiments and observations on the Gastric Juice and The Digestion. Facsimile of the original edition of 1833, with a biographical essay by Sir William Osler. Boston, 1929. 8vo., pp.xi, 279. $30.00

  6. 6.BELL, SIR CHARLES - Animal Mechanics or proofs of design in the animal frame. The perfection of design in the  bones of the head, spine, and chest....
    Together with:
    WYMAN,, JEFFRIES - Animal Mechanics on the cancellated structure of some of the bones of the human body or of those bones which have a definite relation to the erect position which is naturally assumed by man alone. Cambridge, The Riverside Press, 1902. 8vo., pp.xi, 135.                  $125.00

  7. 7.BING, ROBERT - Compendium of Regional Diagnosis in Affections of the Brain and Spinal Cord. Third American Edition. St. Louis, 1929. 4to., pp.xviii, 204, 102 illustrations. This is one of the very best texts illustrating the various nerves and tracts in the central nervous system correlated with diseases and injuries of the central nervous system.                  $35.00

  8. 8.BRAIN, SIR RUSSELL - The Nature of Experience. The Riddell Memorial Lectures delivered at King’s College in the University of Durham, May 1958. London, 1959. 8vo., pp.73, dw. After touching on the clinical data of hallucination....he extends his scope to consider not only the visual arts but also poetry and religion.  $15.00

  9. 9.BULLOCH, WILLIAM - The History of Bacteriology. Heath Clark Lecture 1936 delivered at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. London, 1938. (first reprint, 1960) 8vo., xii, 422.
    GM 2580  This pioneering and classic history includes brief biographical notes of the more important workers, and an extensive bibliography.          $40.00

  10. 10.BURR, ANNA ROBESON - Weir Mitchell His Life and Letters. New York, 1929. 4to., pp.xii, 424, 28 full-page illustrations. A definitive and intimate account of the great neurologist and novelist.
    Cushing B870              $50.00

  11. 11.ECCLES, JOHN CAREW - The Physiology of Nerve Cells. Baltimore, 1964. 8vo., pp.ix, 270, ex.lib.  $15.00

  12. 12.(CARDIOLOGY) - VESELL, HARRY - A Collection of 34 reprints mainly on cardiac arrythemias, 1926-1968 from the Beth Israel Hospital, New York. Bound in one volume.                  $40.00

  13. 13.CIBA SYMPOSIA - FOUR NUMBERS. The Dream, 1948; Hashish, 1946; Cremation, 1951; French Psychiatry of the 18th. C.              $25.00

  14. 14.CONNOR, CHARLES L. and CUSHING, HARVEY - Diffuse Tumors of the Leptomenings. Two cases in which the process was revealed only by the microscope. Reprinted from Arch. Path. and Lab. Med. March, 1927, pp.19, wraps.                  $35.00

  15. 15.CRILE, GEORGE - Practical Aspects of Thyroid Disease. Philadelphia, 1949. 8vo., pp.xviii, 355. Laid in is a brochure on Tapazole for treatment of hyperthyroidism by Eli Lilly.                 $18.00

  16. 16.CRITCHLEY,, MACDONALD -The Parietal Lobes. London, Edward Arnold, 1953. 8vo., pp.vii, 480, scarce with dust jacket. Book review from Brit.Med. J. laid in.
    GM 4615.3 Defines for the first time the various functions of the parietal lobes.              $250.00

  17. 17.CROWE, FRANK W, et.al. A Clinical, Pathological, and Genetic Study of Multiple Neurofibromatosis. Springfield, 1956. 8vo., pp.ix, 181, dw., vg.         $35.00

  18. 18.CULPEPPER, NICHOLAS - The English Physician Enlarged. With three hundred and sixty-nine Medicines made of English Herbs, That are not in any Impression until This. London, J. Scatcherd, J. Walker, W. lowndes, (1790). 12mo., b7, 348, contemporary calf binding.
    Cushing C588 (1790?); Wellcome II,  p.415 (c 1800). $175.00

  19. 19.CUSHING, HARVEY - Hereditary Anchylosis of the Proximal Phalangeal Joints (Symphalangism). Reprinted from Genetics January, 1916, pp.90-106, 1 folding chart, wraps.   $25.00

               

  1. 20.CUSHING, HARVEY - Further Concerning a Parasympathetic Center in the Interbrain. VII The Effect of Intraventricularly - Injected Histamine. In: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. July, 1932, pp.500-510, wraps.      $25.00

  2. 21.DANA, CHARLES L. - The Peaks of Medical History. An outline of the evolution of medicine. New York, 1926.  8vo. pp.105                                              $35.00

  3. 22.DANDY, WALTER E. - Benign Tumors in the Third Ventricle of the Brain: Diagnosis and Treatment. Springfield, 1933. 8vo.,  pp.171, 120 illustrations, 4 folding charts. Theodore Erickson’s copy.      $300.00

  4. 23.DANDY, WALTER E. - Meniere’s Disease. Symptooms, Objective Findings and Treatment in Forty-Two Cases. Reprinted from Arch. Otolaryng. July 1934, pp. 30, illus., folding chart, wraps, vg.
    GM 3406 Dandy’s operation for releif of Meniere’s Syndrome.                  $50.00
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  5. 24.DANDY, WALTER E. - Intracranial Arterial
    Aneurysms in the Carotid Canal. Reprinted from the Arch. Surg. September, 1942. Pp.16.          $30.00

  6. 25.DANDY, WALTER E. - Diagnosis and Treatment of Strictures of the Aqueduct of Sylvius (Causing Hydorcephalus)  Reprinted from Arch. Surg. July, 1945, pp.11.                 $35.00

  7. 26.DANDY, WALTER E. - Surgery of the Brain. In Lewis’ Practice of Surgery. Vol XII. Hagerstown, 1969, pp.671, beautifully illustrated. This is a latter printing of the First printing of 1932. This work superseded Cushing’s “Surgery of the Head” and was the standard neurosurgery text before and after WW II.          $50.00

  8. 27.(De Carro) - Letters of Jean De Carro to Alexander Marcet 1794-1817. Edited with an introduction by Henry E. Sigerist. Baltimore, 1950. pp.78, wraps. Supplements to Bull. Hist. Med. No. 12. These letters are important.... to the early history vaccination on the European continent.  $15.00


  1. 28.DeLONG, RUSSELL N. - A History of American Neurology. New York, 1982. 8vo., pp.157, dw, vg. $25.00

  2. 29.(DIGBY) - Sir Kenellm Digby’s Powder of Sympathy. An Unfinished Essay by Sir William Osler. Introduction and Notes by K. Garth Huston. Los Angeles, 1972. 12 mo, pp.xv, 2L,33, dw.
    Golden and Roland 946                    $18.00

  3. 30.DIONIS, PIERRE - Cours D’Operations de Cirurgie, De’montre’es Au Jaardin-Royal. Quatrieme Edition. Paris, Chez d’Houry, 1751.  8vo., pp. xxxii, 920, numerous wood-cut illustrations of 17th. C. surgical instruments for a wide variety of surgical procedures. Engraved title and portrait of Dionis, folding plate of Le Jardin Royal at Paris, cont. polished calf, raised bands, gilt lettering. A very nice copy.
    GM 5575 (Paris, 1707) Dionis taught operative surgery at the Jardin-j-Roi, Paris, a famous training ground for surgeons.
    Wellcome II p.471; NLM p121          $675.00

  4. 31.DRUMMOND, DAVID - Diseases of the Brain and Spinal Cord: A guide to their pathology, diagnosis, and treatment. With an anatomical and physiological introduction. First Edition. London, Henry Kimpton, 1883. 8vo., pp.xl, 374, 51 illustrations.              $45.00

  5. 32.DUNGLISON, ROBLEY - General Therapeutics, or, Principles of Medical Practice; With Tables of the Chief Remedial Agents, and Their Preparations; and of The Different Poisons and Their Antidotes. First Edition. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1836. 8vo., pp.580, orig calf binding, skillfully re-backed, a very nice copy.
    Blocker; Iowa; R.C.P. ; Wellcome II all only cite 2nd. Ed. of 1843                     $175.00

  6. 33.FULLER, HENRY WILLIAM - On Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, and Sciatica, Their, Pathology, Symptoms, and Treatment. Philadelphia Lindsay & Blakiston, 1864. 8vo., pp.424Signatures of Bruce L. Trippett Kingswood, W.Y. on title. The author gives a classic description of sciatica nd the various treatments available at st. George’s Hospital, London.  $40.00

  7. 34.GARRISON, FIELDING H. - Contributions to The History of Medicine from the Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 1925-1935. Introduction by Martin M. Cummings., New York, 1966. 4to., pp.989
    GM 6408                     $45.00

  8. 35.GASK, GEORGE E. and ROSS, J. PATERSON. - The Surgery of The Sympathetic Nervous System. Second Ed. London, Baillirte, Tindall and Cox, 1937. 8vo., pp.xii, 191, vg.                 $35.00

  9. 36.GIBSON, JAMES E. - Dr. Bodo Otto and the Medical Background of the American Revolution. Springfield, 1937. 8vo.,  pp.ix, 345, dw., vg. A comprehensive account of medicine during the Revolutionary War.      $35.00

  10. 37.GOWERS, W.R. - Diagnosis of Diseases of the Brain and of the Spinal Cord. New York, 1885. 8vo., pp.viii,293, vg.
    $45.00

  11. 38.GREGORY, OLINTHUS - Memoirs of the Life, Writings , and Character, Literary, Professional, and Religion of the late John Mason Good, M.D. With the Sermon Occasioned by His Death. Boston, Crocker & Brewster, 1829. 8vo., pp.344, frontis Port.
    Osler 2771A                   $45.00

  12. 39.HAGGARD, WILLIAM D. - Surgery Queen of the Arts and Other Papers and Addresses. Foreword by William J. Mayo. Philadelphia, 1935. 8vo., pp.x, 387 illustrated. The author was Professor of Clinical Surgery, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.          $30.00

  13. 40.HAGGARD, HOWARD W. - Devils, Drugs, and Doctors. The Story of the Science of Healing from Medicine-Man to Doctor. New York, 1929. 8vo., pp. xxii, 405, illus. $30.00

  14. 41.HAMBY, WALLACE B. - The Hospital Care of Neurosurgical Patients. Second Ed. Springfield, 1948. 8vo., pp.x, 156, dw.             $15.00

  15. 42.HARPOLE, JAMES - Leaves From a Surgeon’s Case-Book. First American Edition. New York,1938. 8vo., pp.xii, 300.                  $20.00

  16. 43.HARVEY, WILLIAM - Lectures on the Whole of Anatomy. An annotated translation of Prelectiones Anatomiae Universalis. By C.D. O’Malley, F.N.L. Poynter, K.F. Rossell. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1961. 8vo., pp.239, 5 plates, dw.              $20.00

  17. 44.HERMS, WILLIAM B. - Malaria Cause and Control. New York, 1913. 8vo., pp.xi, 163. Based on a four year study of malaria in California.             $25.00

  18. 45.HERRELL, WALACE E. - Penicillin and Other Antibiotic Agents. Philadelphia, 1945. 8vo., pp.xv, 363. Included is a chapter on the history of the development of penicillin. $25.00

  19. 46.HOLMES, GORDON - The National Hospital Queen Square 1860-1948. Foreword by Sir Ernest Gowers.  Edinburgh, 1954. 4to., pp. xii, 98, dw.     $45.00

  20. 47.HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL - Our Hundred Days In Europe. First Ed. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, and Co. 1887. 8vo., pp.iv, 329, orig. dec. olive cloth.
    Cushing H418; Osler 4953            $125.00

  21. 48.HOOD, PETER, - A Treatise on Gout, Rheumatism and Allied Affections. With a Chapter on Longevity. Second Ed. Philadelphia, 1879. 8vo., pp.viii, 431, errata. $35.00

  22. 49.HOWARD, R. PALMER - The Chief: Doctor William Osler. Canton, 1983. 8vo., ppxiii, 194. Inscribed by the author on the title page.          $40.00

  23. 50.HUME, EARL ERSKINE -  Victories of Army Medicine. Scientific Accomplishments of the Medical Department of the United States Army. Philadelphia, 1943. 8vo.,  pp.xiv, 250.                  $20.00

  24. 51.In Memory of Mary Putnam Jacobi. January Four 1907. Academy of Medicine New York. (1907). Women’s Med. Assoc. of New York. 8vo., pp.85, deckle edges, stiff wraps, ex.lib. Opening essay by Dr. William Osler et.al. Not in Golden and Roland. scarce.
    Osler 6678                   $30.00    

  25. 52.JACKSON, JOHN HUGHLINGS - In Medical Classics. vol.3 June, 1939. Pp. iv, 889-973, portrait, wraps. $20.00

  26. 53.(JACKSON) - THE LIFE OF CHEVALIER JACKSON An Autobiography. New York, 1938. 8vo., pp.x, 229, 58 photographic plates. Jackson was an American pioneer in Laryngology and “The Father of Endoscopy”. $25.00

  27. 54.JACOBI, PROFESSOR (EDUARD) - Portfolio of Dermochromes. Two Volumes. Second English Ed. English Adaption of Text by J.J. Pringle. New York, 1904. 4to., pp.xii, 78; viii, 83-181, 155 colored and 13 black and white illus. on 91 plates. aeg, calf bindings.     $40.00

  28. 55.JEFFERSON, SIR GEOFFREY - Selected Papers. London,, 1960. 4to., pp.xi, 563, 51 plates, dw. fine. $90.00

  29. 56.JENNER, EDWARD - An Inquiry into The Causes and Effects of The Variolae Vacccinae, A Disease Discovered in Some of the Western Counties of England Particularly Gloucestershire, And Known by the Name of The Cow Pox. London, For the Author, 1798. 4to., pp.iv, 75, 4 color plates showing the pustules. This facsimile edition published in 1923 the centenary of Jenner’s death. One of 500 copies by R. Lier & Co. Milan.
    GM 2529.3 A landmark in the history of medicine. $35.00

  30. 57.KEYNES, GEOFFREY - The Portraiture of William Harvey. With a Catalogue and Reproductions of the Pictures. The Thomas Vicary Lecture 1948.  London, RCSE, 1949 4to., pp. 42,313, 32 plates.      $60.00

  31. 58.KEYNES, GEOFFREY - The Life of William Harvey. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1966. 4to., pp.xviii, 483, XXXII plates, dw. This is the definitive biography of the greatest physician of the 17th. century.          $35.00

  32. 59.LAMBERT, SAMUEL W. et.al. - Three Vesalian Essays to accompany the Icones Anatomicae of 1934. New York, 19343. 4to., pp. 128, dw.           $25.00

  33. 60.LIBBY, WALTER - The History of Medicine In its Salient Features. Boston, The Riverside Press, 1922. 8vo., pp.xi, 427, illus., vg.              $25.00

  34. 61.LISTER, LORD - The Third Huxley Lecture Delivered before the Medical School o Charing Cross Hospital. London, Harrison & Sons, 1907. 8vo., pp.58, ex.lib, a nice copy.
    Cushing L298                $60.00

  35. 62.(LISTER) - Lister and The Ligature. A Landmark in the History of Modern Surgery. New Brunswick, 1925. 8vo., pp.89, frontis. port., stiff wraps. “The story of Lister’s efforts to produce a catgut ligature as here told, is mainly from his own writings, now scattered and Inaccessible. $40.00

  36. 63.LUND, FRED B. - Greek Medicine. New York, 1936. 12mo. pp.xi, 161, 7 illustrations.         $25.00

  37. 64.MACKENZIE, SIR JAMES - Principles of Diagnosis and Treatment in Heart Affections. First Edition, second impression. London, 1916. 8vo., pp.viii, 264, vg. $40.00

  38. 65.MAGALINI, SERGIO - Dictionary of Medical Syndromes. Philadelphia, 1971. 4to., pp, x, 591, fine.
    GM 6809 A very useful reference to hundreds of syndromes.                  $30.00

  39. 66.MAJOR, RALPH H. - Classic Descriptions of Disease with Biographical Sketches of the Authors. Third Edition. Springfield, 1945. 4to., pp.xxx00, 679, illus. , dw. vg. This classic work should be in the library of any student of the history of medicine.
    GM 2241                  $45.00

  40. 67.MARTIN, FRANKLIN H. - South America From A Surgeon’s Point of View. Introduction by William J. Mayo. New York,  1922. 8vo., pp.xix, 325, Numerous Illustrations vg.              $35.00

  41. 68.MILLS, CHARLES K. and FRAZIER, CHARLES H. - A  Brain Tumor Localized and Completely Removed With Some Discussion of the Symptomatology of Lesions Variously Distributed in the Parietal Lobe. Reprinted from the Univ. Penn. Med. Bull. August, 1908, pp.23, wraps, vg.                  $40.00

  42. 69.MILLS, CHARLES K. - The Neurologic and Psychiatric Teaching of Medical Officers. Reprinted from Trans. Amer. Neuro. Assoc. May, 1918. pp.12, wraps. This training in Philadelphia beginning in 1917 for medical officers during W.W. I.               $15.00

  43. 70.NEWMAN, SIR GEORGE - The Rise of Preventive Medicine. The Heath Clark Lectures, 1931 delivered at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.London, 1932. 8vo., pp.vi, 270, vg.
    GM 1657.1                  $35.00

  44. 71.ORR, H. WINNETT - On the Contributions of Hugh Owen Thomas of Liverpool; Sir Robert Jones of Liverpool and London; John Ridlon of New York and Chicago. First Edition. Springfield, 1949. 8vo., pp.xiv, 253. A fascinating  account of the beginnings of modern orthopedic surgery of  interest to any physician.
    GM 4483                    $40.00

  45. 72.(ORTHOPEDICS) - Quekett, John - Als.to and unnamed recipient. Royal College of Surgeons April 19th. “Dear Sir, Mr Guthrie (George James) proposes to Lecture on a case of removal of the astragalus on Saturday and will be here at 4 o’clock this day to  perform the operation on the dead subject if  therefore you are disengaged he would be glad to see you at 4 o’clock today to aid him with your advice as he had heard of you performing a similar operation. Yours Truly, John Quekett.” (Quekett joined the staff of the R.C.S. in 1840 and subsequently assumed custody of the Hunterian Museum, London. Guthrie was the leading military surgeon in England at the time) $125.00

  46. 73.OSLER, WILLIAM - On Amebic Abscess of the Liver. Reprinted from The Med. News, 1902, pp. 15, wraps, vg. $35.00

  47. 74.OSLER, WILLIAM - Science and Immortality. The Ingersoll Lecture, 1904. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1904. 8vo., pp.54, orig binding, vg.
    Golden and Roland 964             $75.00

  48. 75.OSLER WILLIAM - An Alabama Student and Other Biographical Essays.  First Edition, second impression. New York, 1909. 8co., pp.334, vg. Probably the best collection of Osler’s essays on medical historical figures. A delightful read.              $40.00

  49. 76.OSLER, SIR WILLIAM - An Address on High Blood Pressure: Its associations, advantages, and disadvantages. Delivered at the Glasgow Southern Medical Society.Reprinted from Brit. Med. J. November 1912, pp.,13, vg                  $50.00

  50. 77.SIR WILLIAM OSLER Memorial Number. appreciations and Reminiscences. Bulletin No. IX of the International Association of  Medical Museums and Journal of Technical Methods. Montreal, Privately Issued, 1926, First Impression. This copy No. 870 of 1500 copies. Foreword by William H. Welch, Proem by Sir Clifford Allbutt, Preface by Maude E. Abbott. 4to., pp.xxxviii, 633, Frontispiece: Sir William Osler (Presented by Lady Osler) Photogravure Engraving.
    Cushing I15;                  $200.00

  51. 78.OSLER, WILLIAM - EPHEMERA - Program and Menu of Annual Dinner of the Osler Society. Ritz-Carlton Hotel, May 10th. 1944 at 7:30 p.m. Guest of Honour  Professor John Fulton. Subject: “The Position of Medicine in the Strategy of War”. The committee included Arthur Beland, President and William Feindel Secretary. Printing and Osler crest in red on front cover similar as shown in the Osler Library Newsletterr Summer,, 2016    $40.00

  52. 79.(OSLER) - William Osler Commemorative Issue. Reprinted from J.A.M.A. December 22, 1969, pp.2213-2271, stiff wraps.                   $35.00

  53. 80.OSLERS TEXTBOOK REVISITED. Reprint of selected sections with commentaries. Edited by A. McGehee Harvey and Victor A. McKusick. New York, 1967. 8vo., pp.xi, 361.                 $20.00

  54. 81.OSLERIAN ANNIVERSARY - Incorporating the Fitzpatrick Lecture for 1975. The record of the 300th meeting of The Osler Club of London held jointly with the Royal College of Physicians of London.  Oxford, 1976. 8vo., pp. 4L, 96,frontis portrait, 7 essays are printed included W.F. Gibson’s Fitzpatrick Lecture, 4 color plates, and a most interesting 36 annotated Osleriana items,  this in one of 350 numbered copies.           $50.00

  55. 82.PARE, AMBROISE - Ten Books of Surgery with The Magazine of Instruments Necessary for it.  Translated by Robert White Linker and Nathan Womack. Athens, Univ. of Georgia Press, 1969. 8vo., pp.xvi, 264.    $35.00

  56. 83.PAVLOV, IVAN PETROVITCH - Conditioned Reflexes An Investigation of The Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex. Translated and Edited by G.V. Anrep, M.D. London, Oxford, University Press, 1927. 8vo., pp.xv, 430, figures, original black cloth, lettered in gilt, near fine.
    FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. The present work is a translation of the first Russian Edition. von Anrep was a friend, and coworker of Pavlov’s.
    GM 1445 citing the New York 1928 edition. See Haymaker and Schiller “Founders of Neurology  $375.00

  57. 84.PENFIELD, WILDER and ROBERTS, LAMAR - Speech and Brain-Mechanisms. Princeton, 1959. 8vo., pp.xiii, 286.                  $20.00

  58. 85.WILDER PENFIELD: His Legacy to Neurology. Papers given at a Memorial Meeting October 29, 1976 at Montreal Neurological Institute. by William Feindel et.al. Reprinted from CMA J. June, 1977, pp.16.      $12.00


  1. 86.PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIES By the Nerve Injuries Committee of the Medical Research Council. London, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office., 1954. 8vo., pp.xvi, 451, illustrated.                  $20.00

  2. 87.PHYSICIANS of the MAYO CLINIC and MAYO FOUNDATION. With Portraits. Philadelphia, 1927. 8vo., pp.vii, 577, vg, sm. lib. stamp on title.     $20.00

  3. 88.POST, ALFRED C. - Eulogy on the late Valentine Mott, M.D. Delivered before the New York Academy of Medicine, November 27. 1865. New York, 1866. 8vo., pp.30                  $15.0

  4. 89.PROSSER, JAMES - Sore Throat its Nature, Varieties, and Treatment; Including the connection between affections of  the Throat and Other Diseases. Fourth Edition. Philadelphia, 1880. 8vo., pp.318, 2 full-page hand colored plates.                 $35.00

  5. 90.REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATED 1913. Corrected to April 15, 1917. Washington, GPO, 1917. 8vo., pp.416. Article LXXIV is devoted to the Medical Department. scarce.          $35.00

  6. 91.RODIN, ALVIN E. - The Influence of Matthew Baillie’s Morbid Anatomy. Biography, evaluation and Reprint. Springfield,, 1973. 8vo., pp.vii, 293. dw.,  vg.  $20.00

  7. 92.ROGER, G.H. - Introduction to the Study of Medicine. First American Edition. Translated from the French by M.S. Gabriel, M.D. New York, 1901, 8vo., pp.vii, 545, orig. 3/4 calf binding.              $35.00

  8. 93.ROLLESTON, SIR HUMPHREY - Internal Medicine. First Edition. New York, 1930. 12mo., pp.ix, 92.
    GM 2240                  $25.00

  9. 94.SAUNDERS, WILLIAM - A Treatise on the Structure, Economy, and Diseases of the Liver: together with an inquiry into the properties and component  properties and component parts of the bile and bilary concretions. The Gulstonian Lecture. First American Edition.  Walpole, N.H., William Fessenden 1810. 12mo., pp.173, cont. calf binding some wear.
    RCP p. 1098 (London, 1793)          $90.00

  10. 95.SOUTH, JOHN FLINT - MEMORIALS OF The Craft of Surgery in England. Edited by D’Arcy Power, with an Introduction by Sir James Paget. London, Cassell & Co., 1886. 8vo., pp. xxx, 412, plates, vg., scarce.
    GM 5797; Cushing S332; Osler 6452      $300.00

  11. 96.SOZINSKEY, THOMAS S. - Medical Symbolism in connection with Historical Studies in the Arts of Healing and Hygiene. Philadelphia, 1891. 8vo., pp.xii, 171. Chapters on The Aesculapian Serpent, The Aesculapian Staff and Serpent and others. Scarce.
    Osler 6453                  $40.00

  12. 97.SPALTEHOLZ, WERNER - Hand Atlas of Human Anatomy.Three Volumes. Edited and Translated from the Third German Editiion. By Lewelllys F. Barker with a Preface by Franklin P. Mall. Philadelphia and London, J.B. Lippincott, (1900). Printed by Fisher & Wittig, Leipzig.  Original black cloth covers, lettered in gilt in custom clam shell box.
    GM 430                  $150.00

  13. 98.SPURZHEIM, G. - A View of the Elementary Principles of Education founded on the Study of the Nature of Man. Second Edition. London, 1828. 8vo., pp.xii, 327, 3/4 polished calf, marbled boards.         $35.00

  14. 99.STILLE’, ALFRED - Epidemic Meningitis, or Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis. Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston, 1867. 8vo., pp.178. Bookplate of True M Gould, M.D. Raymond, N.H. Oct 26, 1867 on front past down.
    Blocker p.377
    William Osler in his essay on Stille in his book “The Alabama Student” notes this important monograph on Cerebro-Spinal Menimgitis was one of his two important monographs, “The work on cerebro-spinal fever is a model of accurate, systematic study based of a large series of cases seen in the Philadelphia Hospital and upon exhaustive analysis of the Literature”.     $125.00

  15. 100.THE HARVEY CUSHING COLLECTION OF BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS. NewYork, 1943. 4to., pp.xvi, 207, original blue cloth lettered in gilt, vg.
    GM 6779 Catalogue of books etc. bequeathed by Cushing to the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Yale University. This is a very useful reference work of important works in the history of medicine for collectors.     $175.00

  16. 101.THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY IN THE WORLD WAR. Volume XIV.   Medical Aspects of Gas Warfare. Washington, GPO, 1926. 4to., pp. 876, illustrated including 10 colored plates showing injury from mustard gas. Bookplate of “Library of the Surgeon General’s Office”          $30.00

  17. 102.THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE, The Famous Philosopher in Four Parts - I . HIS COMPLETE MASTERPIECE to which is added THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN. II. HIS EXPERIENCED MIDWIFE, Absolutely necessary for Surgeons, Midwives, Nurses, and Childbearing Women. III. HIS BOOK OF PROBLEMS, IV HIS LAST LEGACY. A new and improved edition: London, Miller, Law, and Carter, 1821. 12mo. frontis piece, pp.310, 1L , contemporary calf.
    Wellcome Library II, p.56.          $150.00

  18. 103.THOMPSON, C.J.S. - The Mystery and Art of the Apothecary. London, John Lane, 1929. 8vo., pp. viii, 287, 27 illustrations. A fine copy.
    GM 2054                  $40.00

  19. 104.THOMPSON,, C.J.S. - The History and Evolution of Surgical Instruments. New York, 1942 4to., pp. 113, fine.
    GM 5811                 $60.00

  20. 105.TILNEY, FREDERICK - The Brain From Ape to Man.  A Contribution to the Study of the Evolution and Development of the Human Brain. With Chapters on the Reconstruction of the Gray Matter in the Primate Brain Stem. Two Volumes. New York, Paul B. Hoeber, 1928. 4to., pp.xxvii, 473;xv, 477-1120, 557 illustrations, many in color. Orig. blue cloth binding, vg.
    GM 350 Classic study of the evolution of the central nervous system in higher mammals.      $125.00

  21. 106.WALKER, A. EARL - The Dawn of Neurosurgery. In: Clinical Neurosurgery Vol. 6, 1959 pp.38, vg. $30.00

  22. 107.WALSH, FRANK B. - Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology. Baltimore, 1947. 4to., pp.1532, illus., vg. Lycurgus Davie’s copy.                  $30.00

  23. 108.WALSH, JAMES J. - Medieval Medicine. London, A & C  Black, 1920. 8vo., pp.xii, 221, illus., vg.
    GM 6521; Cushing W27.          $40.00

  24. 109.WALTER, RICHARD D. - S. Weir Mitchell, M.D. Neurologist. A Medical Biography.  Springfield, 1970. 8vo., pp.vii, 232, illus., dw., vg.      $40.00

  25. 110.WANGENSTEEN, OWEN H. and WANGENSTEEN, SARAH D. - The Rise of Surgery From Empiric Craft to Scientific Discipline. Minneapolis, 1978. 8vo., pp.xviii, 785, illustrated throughout, dw., vg.      $50.00

  26. 111.WATSON, THOMAS - Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Physic; Delivered at King’s College, London. A new American Edition. With additions by D. Francis Condie. Philadelphia, Blanchard and Lea, 1858. 4to., pp.1224, contemporary calf binding.
    GM 2219 (London, 1843) Watson’s lectures formed the most important treatise of medicine for a quarter-century.
    Iowa 1496; RCP p. 1301          $175.00

  27. 112.WIGGERS, CARL J. - Circulatory Dynamics Physiologic Studies. New York, 1952. 8vo., pp.vii, 107.     $15.00

  28. 113.WILLIAMS, STEPHEN W. -  American Medical Biography: or, Memoirs of Eminent Physicians, embracing those who have died since the publication of Dr. Thacher’s work on the same subject. Greenfield, L. Merriam and Co., 1845. 8vo., pp.664, errara, with engravings. Orig. binding.
    Osler 6850; GM 6711.1          $125.00








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  1. 114.ANNALS OF MEDICAL HISTORY - Summer number June, 1919. Sir St. Clair Thomson - A House Surgeon’s Memories of Joseph Lister, Reginal Fitz - Napoleon’s Camp at Boulogne, Harvey Cushing - William Osler, The Man, John Ruhrah - Osler’s Infuence on Medical Libraries in the United States, Fielding H. Garrison - Sir William Osler’s Contribution to Medical Literature. etc.  bound in cloth.      $45.00

  2. 115.BEADLE, ORMOND - The Intervertebral Disc. Observations on their normal and morbid anatomy..... London, 1931. 8vo., pp.79, 47 photographic figures, wraps bound in.     $20.00

  3. 116.(BILLINGS)  - Memorial Meeting in Honor of the Late Dr. John Shaw Billings, April 25, 1913. New York, 1913, pp.27, frontis portrait, wraps, vg. Addresses by: S.Weir Mitchell, Sir William Osler, William H. Welch and other notables. ( Nor in Golden & Roland)    $40.00

  4. 117.BETT, W.R. - OSLER: The Man and the Legend. London, 1951. 12mo.,  pp. 125, illus, dw., vg. $30.00

  5. 118.BLACKBURN, I.W. - Illustrations of the Gross Morbid Anatomy of the Brain in the Insane. A selection of seventy-five plates showing the pathological conditions found in post-mortem examinations of the brain in mental diseases. Washington, G.P.O., 1908. folio, pp.vi, 154, skillfully rebacked.      $45.00

  6. 119.BLAND, P. BROOKE - Gynecology Medical and Surgical. Second Edition. Philadelphia, 1932. 4to., pp.xxiv, 1249, 644 illustrations including 43 colored figs. and 10 colored plates.      $25.00

  7. 120.BROWN, JAMES BARRETT and McDOWELL, FRANK - Plastic Surgery of the Nose. First Editon. St. Louis, 1951. 4to., pp.427, 379 illus., 48 in color.      $35.00

  8. 121.BUCHAN, WILLIAM - Domestic Medicine: or, A Treaise on The Prevention and Cuee of Diseases, by Regimen and Simple Medicines. Revised, and adopted to the Diseases and Climate of the United States of America. Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson, 1809. 8vo., pp.xxxi, 755, light damp stain first few leaves, scattered foxing. Contemporary calf binding. Austin 333.      $50.00

  9. 122.BUDD, GEORGE - On Diseases of the Liver. Second (and best) American Edition. Philadelphia, 1853. 8vo., pp.468, 4 hand-colored engraved plates. Rebound in Linen. A description of cirrhosis known as “Budd’s Disesse” is included. In the 2nd. Ed. the fluke causing fasciolopsiasis is described.
    GM 3619 (London, 1845)      $175.00

  10. 123.BUNNELL, STERLING - Surgery of the Hand. Third Edition. Philadelphia, 1956. 4to., pp.xv, 1079, 1047 illustrations and 9 color Plates. vg.     $25.00

  11. 124.CANNON, WALTER B. - Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and Rage. New York, 1920. 8vo., pp.xiii, 311, 39 figures.
    GM 1124 Observation of the effect of strong emotions on gastrointestinal mobility led Cannon to examination of the sympathetic nervous system and its emergency function. Cannon showed the close connexion between the endocrine glands and the emotons.       $50.00

  12. 125.CANNON, WALTER BRADFORD - The Way of an Invertigator. A Scientisrt’s Experiences in Medical Research. New York, 1945. 8vo., pp.229, vg.     $15.00

  13. 126.CHOULANT, LUDWIG - History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustrarion In Its relation to Anatomic Science and the Graphic arts. Translated and Edited by Mortimer Frank. With a biographical sketch of the translator and two additional sections by Fielding H. Garrison, and Edward C. Streeter. Chicago, 1920.
    GM 440 In this classic work Choulant traced the evolution of anatomical illustration from the early schematic plates up to his own time....
    Cushing C230; Reynolds 931       $250.00

  14. 127.CHURCHILL, EDWARD D. - Surgeon to Soldiers Diary and Records of the Surgical Consultant Allied Force Headquarters, World War II. Philadelphia, 1972. 8vo., pp.xiii, 490, dw., vg.     $25.00

  15. 128.COLTON, JAMES B. - John of Mirfield (d. 1407) Surgery. A translation of his Breviarium Bartholomei, part  IX. New York, 1969. 8vo., pp.xix, 230, 9 plates. This treatise presents treatment of wounds primarly of the head , neck, throat, extremities, burns, etc.     $30.00

  16. 129.COMRIE, JOHN D. - Selected Works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D. With a Short Biography and Explanatory Notes. New York, 1922.  8vo., pp.viii, 153, 4 plates
    Reynolds 3986       $25.00

  17. 130.CRILE, GEORGE - Intelligence, Power and Personality. New York, 1941. 8vo., pp.347, vg.      $20.00

  18. 131.CULLEN, THOMAS S. - Dr. Howard A. Kelly. Professor of Gynecology in the Johns Hopkins University.... Reprinted from the Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull. Oct., 1919, port., pp.44, with a bibliography of Dr. Kielly’s publications, wraps, vg.     $25.00

  19. 132.CULLEN, THOMAS S. - The Gay of Heart. Reprinted from Arch.Int.Med, July, 1949, pp. 5, included is a picture of  “The Saint - Johns Hopkins Hospital” , cartoon by Max Brodel (1896)      $20.00

  20. 133.CUSHING, HARVEY - A Large Edidermal Cholesteatoma of the  Parietotemporal Region Deforming the Left Hemisphere Without Cerebral Symptons. In S.G. and O. May, 1922. pp. 556-560, full page drawing by Cushing of the lesion. This vol. xxxiv complete.     $25.00

  21. 134.CUSHING, HARVEY - Notes on a Series of Intracranial Tumors and Conditions Simulating Them, Tumor Suspects; Tumors Unverified; Tumors Verified. Reprinted from Arch. Neur. Psych. December, 1923, pp.64, 38 figures, wraps, vg.      $60.00

  22. 135.CUSHING, HARVEY - The Life of Sir William Osler. Two Volumes. Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1925. First Edition, First Printing. 4to., pp.685,xiii; x, 728, map, plates, portraits. Orig. blue cloth.
    Norman 552, Osler 7746, Renynolds 1139     $175.00

  23. 136.CUSHING, HARVEY - Meningiomas Arising From The Olfactory Groove and Their Removal by the Aid of Electro-Surgery. The Macewen Memorial Lecture. Delivered in the University of Glasgow on June21st, 1927. Reprinted in part from the Lancet, June 25th., 1927, pp.11, 24 figures.      $50.00

  24. 137.CUSHING, HARVEY - From a Surgeo’s Journal 1915-1918. Boston, 1936. 8vo., pp.xxi, 533, illus. vg. $45.00

  25. 138.CUSHING, HARVEY - Consecratio Medici and Other Papers. New Edition. Boston, 1940. 8vo., pp.276, dw. vg. $35.00

  26. 139.(CUSHING) - Harvey Cushing Selected Papers on Neurosurgery. Edited by Donald D. Matson, William J. German et.al. New Haven, Yale Univefrsity Press, 1969. 4to., pp.xviii, 669, dw, fine.      $50.00

  27. 140.DANA,CHARLES L. - The Peaks of Medical History, New York, Paul B. Hoeber, 1926. 4to., pp.105 on hand-made paper , deckled edges, partially unopened. illustrated with 40 full-page Plates on Japanese vellum 16 text illustrations.  This copy #78 of 110 copies, signed by the author.
    Reynolds 1170                                                   $150.00

  28. 141.DANDY, WALTER E. and BLACKFAN, KENNETH D. -  Internal Hydrocephalus Second Paper. Reprinted from Amer. J. Diseases of Children December, 1917, pp.20, wraps.  This is a follow-up paper to the author’s paper on experimental hydrochphalus in 1914. In this second paper they differientiate obstructive and communicating hydrocephalus.      $75.00

  29. 142.DANDY, WALTER E. - Pneumooperitoneum A Method of Detecting Intestinal Perforations - an Aid in Abdominal Diagnosis. Reprinted from Ann.Surg. Sept. 1919, pp.379-384, wraps. Dandy notes that it was this case which so strikengly revealed the value of air in rontgenography and was largely instrumental in suggesting the injection of air into the cerebral ventricles - pneumoventriculography     $50.00

  30. 143.DANDY, WALTER E. - Meniere’s Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment. Report of Thirty Cases. extracted from Am.J. Surg. June, 1933, wraps        $40.00

  31. 144.DANDY, WALTER E. and FOLLIS, RICHARD H. - On the Pathology of Carotid-Cavernous Aneurysms (Pulsating Exophthalmos). Reprinted from Amer. J. Ophthal. April, 1941.     $35.00

  32. 145.DENNY-BROWN, D. - The Basal Ganglia and Their Relation to Disorders of Movement. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1963. 8vo., pp.144, illlustrated, vg.    $25.00

  33. 146.Discussions Between Several Members of The Regular Medical Faculty, and The Thomsonian Botanic Physicians,  on The Comparative merits of their respective Systems. Edited and Published by Dr. A. Curtis. Colunbus, 1836. 12mo., pp.400, cont. tree calf, rebacked, scarce.
    Cordasco 30-0234      $45.00

  34. 147.Diseases of Children. Edited by Abraham Jacobi. Translated from “Die Deutsche Klinik” by Julius L. Salinger. New York, 1910. 4to., pp.xvii, 828. Contributers are leading pediatricians from Gernam Clinics.     $40.00

  35. 148.DODDS, SIR CHARLES - A Riddle of the Seventeenth Century. The Linacre Lecture. London, British Medical Association, 1960. 8vo., pp.19.      $10.00

  36. 149.EPOCH-MAKING CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEDICINE, SURGERY and the ALLIED SCIENCES. Collected by C.N.B. CAMAC. Philadelphia and London, 1909. 8vo, pp.x, 435. An important source of major discoveries in medicine with biiographical sketches.     $45.00

  37. 150.ERICHSEN, JOHN E. - Observations on Aneurism. Selected from the works of the principal writers on that disease from the earliest times to the close of the last century. London, The Sydenham Society, 1844. 8vo., pp.xii, 524. Lib. stamp on title “Royal Infirmary Manchester’, vg. Reynolds 1386     $90.00

  38. 151.ERICHSEN, JOHN ERIC - On Railway and Other Injuries of the Nervous System. First American Edition. Piladelphia, 1867. 8vo., pp.103.      $50.00

  39. 152.FERRIER, DAVID - On Tabes Dorsalis. The Lumieian Lectures. Delivered Before The Royal College of Physicians, London, March, 1906. London, 1906. 8vo., pp.122, illus. vg.     $50.00

  40. 153.FINCH, JEREMIAH S. - Sir Thomas Browne A Doctor’’s Life of Science & Faith. New York, 1950. 8vo., pp.284, illus., dw. Protesrtants said Thomas Browne leaned toward Rome. Catholics charged him with atheism. Quakers thought he should worsship witrh them. His Religio Medici appears on virtually every list of “great Boooks.” $20.00

  41. 154.FISK, DOROTHY - Dr. Jenner of Berkeley. London, 1959. 8vo., pp.vii, 288, illustrated. An important biography of Edward Jenner and the origin of small pox inoculation. $20.00

  42. 155.FRAZIER, CHARLES H. with the collabooration of Alferd reginald Allen - Surgery of the Spine and Spinal Cord. New York, 1918. 4to., ppxxii, 971, 378 illustrations. Fine copy.     $150.00

  43. 156.FULTON, JOHN F. and KELLER, ANNEN D. - The Sign of Babinski. A Study of the Evolution of Cortical Dominance in Primates. Dedicated to Harvey Cushing. Springfield, 1932. 8vo., pp.xi, 165, illustrated, dw., vg. Included is Babinski’s Original Description.     $35.00

  44. 157.(FULTON) - Memorial Service John Farquhar Fulton Battell Chapel, Yale University 1 June 1960. New Haven, (1960). 8vo., pp. 7l., frontis port.      $10.00

  45. 158.GALEN On the Natural Faculties. With an English Translaton by Arthur John Brock, M.D. London, 1916. 12mo. pp. lv, 339.      $15.00

  46. 159.GASK, GEORGE - Essays in the History of Medicine. London, 1950. 8vo., pp.viii, 215. Included are essays on the ancient medical schools in Greece, Alexandria and Rome and his Lettsomian Lecture delivered to the Medical Society  of London in 1921 on treatment of wounds of the chest from 1300 up to the 20th. century. $35.00

  47. 160.GIBNEY, (VIRGIL P.)  of the Ruptured & Crippled. Edited by Alfred R. Shands, Jr. New York, 1969. 8vo., pp.xiv, 152, 16 full page plates. “Compliments of The Hospital for Special Surgery” on fep., ex.lib. $20.00

  48. 161.GOSSILIN, L. - Clinical Lectures on Surgey, Delivered at the Hospital of La Charite. Translated from the French by Lewis A. Stimson. Philadelphia, 1878. 8vo., pp. 350, 21, Illustrated.
    Bound with:
    CHARCOT, J.M. - Lectures on the Diseases of the Nervous Systemd. Delivered at Salpetriere. Translated by George Sigerson. Philadelphia, 1879. pp. 271, Illus. $125.00

  49. 162.GREEN, HORACE - A  Treatise on the Diseases of the Air Passages: comprising An Inquiry into the History, Pathology, Causes, and Treatment, of those affections of the throat called Bronchitis, Chronic Lariyngitis, Clergyman's Sore Throat, etc. New York and London, Wiley and Putnam, 1846. 8vo., pp.xv, 276, 7 plates, 6 colored, 1 folding., orig. binding.
    GM 3261.  Green was the “father of laryngology” in America, and this is the first American treatise in otorhinolaryngology. Scarce.      $600.00

  50. 163.HAGEDORN, HERMANN - Prophet in the Wilderness. The Story of Albert Schweitzer. New York, 1947. First Printing. 8vo., pp.221, frontis port. dw.     $15.00

  51. 164.HAMBY, WALLACE B. - Intracranial Aneurysms. Springfield, 1952. First Edition.. 8vo., pp.xxi, 564, illlus. vg.     $25.00

  52. 165.HAMMOND, WILLIAM A. - On Certain Conditions of Nervous Derangement. Somnambolism - Hypnotism - Hysteria - Hysteroid Affections, Etc. Third Edition. New York, 1883. 8vo., pp.256, vg.      $40.00

  53. 166.HARPOOLE, JAMES - Leaves From A Surgeon’s Case-Book. First Editiion. New York,1938.8vo., ppxii, 300, vg., Cobb Pilcher’s copy.      $20.00

  54. 167.HAYMAKER, WEBB and WOODHALL, BARNES -- Peripheral Nerve Injuries. Principles of Diagnosis. Philadelphia, 1945. 8vo., pp.xiv, 227, 225 figs.     $20.00

  55. 168.HEAD, FRANKLIN H. - Shakespeare’s Insomnia and the Causes Thereof. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1887. 12mo., pp.64.
    Osler 5440      $50.00

  56. 169.HERMS, WILLIAM B. - Malaria Cause and Control.New York, 1913. 8vo., pp.xi, 163      $25.00

  57. 170.HERRELL, WALLACE E. - Penicillin and Other Antiobiotic Agents. Philadelphia, 1945. 8vo., pp.xv, 363, illus. vg. This important work just four  years after the first report of the effectivenesss in treating infections. The early history is included.     $25.00

                 
    MEICINE AND ART

  58. 171.HOLLANDER, EUGEN - ASKULAP UND VENUS. Eine Kultur-und Sittengeschichte im Spiegel Des Arztes. Berlin, 1928. Lg. 4to., pp.488, numerous illustrations, some in color.. Original black linen decorated in gilt. $50.00

  59. 172.HORNER, W.E. - Lessons in Practical Anatomy for the Use of Dissections. Philadelphia, Edward Parker, 1823. Dedicated to Philip S. Physic. 8vo., pp.xxxi, 505, scattered foxing, rebound nicely in linen.     $45.00

  60. 173.HUME, EDGAR ERSKINE - Victories of Army Medicine. Scientific Accomplishments of the Medical Deparment of the United States Army. Philadelphia 1943. 8vo., pp. xiv,250, vg.      $18.00

  61. 174.KEATING, J.M. - A History of the Yellow Fever. The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878, in Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, The Howard Association, 1879. 8vo., pp. 454, recased, vg.      $90.00

  62. 175.KEEN, W.W. and ELLIS , ALLER J. - Removal of Brain Tumor. Report of a Case in Which the Patient Survived for More Than Thirty Years. Reprinted from J.A.M.A. June 22, 1918, pp.15,7 figures, wraps.      $50.00

  63. 176.KEEN, W.W. and SPILLER, WM.G. - Peripheral Resection of Fifth Nerve. Three cases.... and report on the later condition of patients. Read in a symosium on the “Fifth Nerve in its Neuurological and Surgical relations before the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, April 30, 1900. pp.12, wraps.      $20.00

  64. 177.LaWALL, CHARLES H. - Four Thoiusand Years of Pharmacy. An outline history of pharmacy and the allied sciences. Philadelphia, 1927. 8vo., pp.xv, 665, plates, ports. illus., vg. 
    Reynolds 2-1052       $35.00

  65. 178.LEWIS, SIR THOMAS - The Mechanism and Graphic Registration of The Heart Beat. Third Edition. London, Shaw & Sons, 1925. 4to., pp.xix, 529, orig. green cl., lettered in gilt.
    GM 854 Sir Thomas Lewis was a pioneer in the applicaton to clinical medicine of the electrocardiographic method for examinatoion ot the heart. His book is both an exhaustive treatise on the subject and a valuable bibliographical source.     $175.00

  66. 179.LONG, ESMOND R. - A History of Pathology. First Edition Baltimore, 1928. 8vo., pp.xxiv, 291, 48 plates, vg.
    GM 2317 The first systematic history of the subject in the English Language.      $50.00

  67. 180.MACKENZIE, SIR JAMES - Diseases of the Heart. Third Edition. London1921. 4to., pp.xxiii, 502
    GM 2826 Chapter of the Third Edition includes Mackenzie’s classic description of the clinical picture of “nodal rhythm” (auricular fibrillation) . Repronted in Willius & Keys, Cardiac Classics, 1941, pp. 769-93. $90.00

  68. 181.MACKENZIE, MORELL - A Manual of Diseases of the Throat and Nose. Including the Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Oesophagus, Nose, and Naso-Pharynx. New York, 1884. 8vo., pp.vi, 400, illistrated.      $20.00

  69. 182.MACMICHAEL, WILLIAM - The Gold Headed Cane. Introduction by Sir William Osler...., New York, 1926. 8vo., pp.xxiv, 261, orig. blue cl. lettered in gilt. $30.00

  70. 183.MAJOR, RALPH H. - Classic Descriptions of Disease. Third Edition. Springfield, 1945. 4to., pp.xxxi, 679, illustrated throughout. dw.
    GM 2241 A collection of classic descriptions of disease by 179 different writers from ancient times to the present. $35.00

  71. 184.MARTIN, PAUL and CUSHING, HARVEY - Primary Gliomas of the Chiasm and  Optic Nerves in Their Intracranial Portion. Reprinted from Arch. Ophth. May, 1923. pp.209-241, 42 figures, wraps. The relation to von Recklinghausen’s disease is noted.     $45.00

  72. 185.McCRAE, LIEUT-COL JOHN - In Flanders Fields and Other Poems. With An Essay in Character by Sir Andrew Macphail. First American Edition. New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1919. 8vo., pp.ix, 141, portrait, Manuscript facsimiles plate, gilt cloth, t.e.g. Published posthumously including two of the most frequently reprinted of all WWI poems. McGrae wrote the poem in the heat of the Battle of Ypres and died in France of pneumonia in 1918.       $175.00

  73. 186.MITCHELL, S. WEIR, MOREHOUSE, GEO. R., and KEEN, W.W. - Reflex Paralysis. Circular No. 6 Surgeon General’s Office March 10, 1864. A Reprint with Introduction. Historical Libraary, Yale University School of Medician, 1941. 8vo., pp.vi, 23, stiff wraps, fine $45.00

  74. 187.MITCHELL, S. WEIR - The Autobiography of a Quack and The Case of George Dedlow. New York, 1900. 8vo., pp.x, 149. These are two of the most celebrated of Mitchell’s short stories with George Dedlow based on his medical clinics during the Civil War.     $40.00

  75. 188.MITCHELL, S. WEIR - Some Memoranda in Regard to William Harvey, M.D. New York, 1907. 4to., pp.45, blue cloth lettered in gilt. Association copy. Inscribed “With the compliments of the author june 19th. 1907.”  A  second inscription “John G. Curtis from Simon Flexner October 11th, 1909”.  A Tls. to Professor Curtis on The Rockfeller Institute for Medical Research dated October 11, 1909 signed by Simon Flexner.  $300.00

  76. 189.MITCHELL, S. WEIR - Nervousness, Nursing and Camp Cure. The Home Medical Library. Vol. VI. New York, 1910. 8vo., pp.191, frontis port. This is one of Mitchell’s little known works.      $35.00

  77. 190.MORTON, WILLIAM JAMES - Memoranda Relation to the Discovery of Surgical Anesthesia, and Dr. William T.G. Morton’s Relation to this Event. Reprinted from Post-Graduate April, 1905, pp.21     $18.00

  78. 191.MUNK WILLIAM - The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: Comprising Biographical Sketches of all the eminent Physicians, whose names are recorded in the annals from the foundation of the college in 1518.....Ssecond Edition. London, The College, 1878-1984. 7 Volumes, all bound in cloth with the seal of the college in gilt. (An 8th. vol. was publishe in 1989. Vg. set.
    GM 6715 An essential reference for any medical library in whose works include important English physicians. $350.00

  79. 192.OLLMSTED, F.M.D. - Claude Bernard & The Experimental Method in Medicine. New York, 1952. 8vo., pp.ix, 277, frontis port.     $20.00

  80. 193.OSLER, WILLIAM - The Cerebral Palsies of Children. London, 1889. 8vo., pp.viii, 103. With Chorea and Choreiform Affections. Philadelphia, 1894. 8vo., pp.x, 125, full calf, fascimile reprint by Calssics of Medicine, 1986.     $25.00

  81. 194.OSLER, WILLIAM - The Principles and Practice of Medicine. Second Edition. New York, 1895. (First Printing) 8vo., pp.xvi, (1),1143, adds, original fulll calf binding (scarce binding)
    GM 2231(1892); Golden and Roland 1383. This second edition has significant revisions since the first editions 3 years prior.      $250.00

  82. 195.OSLER, WILLIAM - The Principles and Practice of Medicine. Third Edition. New York, 1898. 8vo., pp.xvii, 1181, a bright copy in original green cl.
    Golden and Roland 1387      $125.00

  83. 196.OSLER WILLIAM - The Lumleian Lectures on Angina Pectoris Delivered before the Royal College of Physicians of London. Reprinted from The Lancet, March12 and 26, and April 90, 1910, pp.50, wraps. Golden and Roland 837. $175.00

  84. 197.OSLER, SIR WILLIAM - Remarks on Arterio-Venous Aneurysm. Made at a Symposium on fthe Subjet at Radcliffe Infirmaary, Oxford, on March 26, 1915. Reprinted from The Lancet, May 8, 1915, pp.25, 5 figs. wraps, vg.. Not listed in Golden and Roland. $50.00

  85. 198.OSLER, WILLIAM - The Coming of Age of Internal Medicine in America. Reprinted from International Clinics, Vol. IV, 1915, pp.5, wraps. Golden and Roland 1237.     $40.00

  86. 199.OSLER, SIR WILLIAM - Men and Books. Collected and Reprinted from the Canadian Medical Association Journal With an Introduction by Earl F. Nation, M.D. Second Printing of the original 1959 edition of 250 copies. 8vo., pp.67, fine     $35.00

  87. 200.PACKARD FRANCIS R. - Life and Times of Anbroise Pare 1510-1590 With a New Translation of his Apology and an Account of his Journeys in Divers Places. New York, 1921.8v0., pp. xii, 297. Presentation copy.  “To Mrs. O Ellis Lit with the kindest regards of Francis R. Packard  Oct.8, 1923”. Also 2 Als and a note to Mrs Lit. $60.00

  88. 201.PACKARD, FRANCIS R. - History of Medicine in the United States. Two Volumes. A New Edition. New York, 1932. 8vo., pp.xxv, 656; xi, 659-1323, illustrated throughoout, orig. blue cloth, fine.
    The author published an original edition in 1901 covering medicine in the U.S. from the earliest English colonization to the year 1800. This two volume editon records history up into the early 20th. C.
    GM 6590          $120.00

  89. 202.PARSONS, USHER - On Spinal Diseases, Both Structural and Functional, their Causes and Treatment. Fiske Fund Prize Disseratation - No. VII. Boston, Tlhomas H. Webb, 1843. 8vo., pp.65, plates showing different apparatus for cervical traction in a child, wraps.     $45.00

  90. 203.PAYNE, JOSEPH FRANK - Thomas Sydenham. London, 1900. 8vo., pp.264, frontis port. Sydenham the English Hipprocrates.      $15.00

  91. 204.PENFIELD, WILDER - The Second Career with other essays and addresses. Boston, 1963. 8vo., pp.189, dw, vg. Included are essays on Sir William Osler and Sir Charles Sherrington.      $30.00

  92. 205.PERSHING, HOWELL T. - The Diagnosis of Nervous and Mental Diseases. Philadelphia, 1901. 8vo., pp.223, illus. near fine.                                                           $30.00

  93. 206.POMEROY, OREN D. - The Diagnosis and Treatment of Diaeases of the Ear. First Edition. New York, 1883. 8vo., pp.392, 100 illustrations.     $30.00

  94. 207.POPPEN, JAMES L. - An Atlas of Neurological Techniques. Philadelphia, 1960. 4to., pp.xii, 522. illlustrated through out by various artists. near fine.
    This is the
    first American neurosurgical atlas and depicts surgical operations in the pre-microsurgical era. $60.00

  95. 208.QUEEN SQUARE and the National Hospital 1860-1960. Foreword by Sir Ernest Gowers and signed by him in the foreword. London, 1960. 8vo., pp.x,112, a wonderful description by Robert Louis Stevenson, illus., dw., fine. $40.00

  96. 209.RAND, CARL W. - The Neurosurgical Patient His Problems of Diagnosis and Care/ Springfield, 1944. 8vo ., pp. 576, illus. Dedicated to Harvey Cushing, Leonard Furlow’s copiy with his bookplate.              $20.00

  97. 210.RAWLING, L. BATHE - Operations Upon the Skull and Brain; KANAVEL, ALLEN B. - Surgery of the Hypoophysis (His transphenoidal approach is illustrated); THORBURN, W. Operatiins Upon the Spinal Cord and Canal. In Oxford Loose-Leaf Surgry. New York, 1923. 8vo., pp.xvi, 355-520.     $50.00

  98. 211.REGULATIONS for THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1913. Washington, GPO, 1917. 8vo., pp.416. Included are regulations for the Medical Department, Dental Corps, Garrison and Field Service and Hospitals for WW I Medical Corps.     $30.00

  99. 212.SELETZ, EMIL - Surgery of Peripheeral Nerves. First Edition. Springfield, 1951. 4to., pp.xv, 185, 136 figures., fine.                                                               $45.00

  100. 213.SLEMONS, J. MORRIS - John Whitridge Williams. Academic Aspects and Bibliography. Baltimore, The Johns  Hopkins Press, 1935. 8vo., pp. xii, 107.   $15.00        

  101. 214.SEWARD, A.C. - Darwin and Modern Science. Essays in Commemoration of the Centenary of the Birth of Clharles Darwin and of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Publication of The Origin of Species. Cambridge, The University Press, 1909. 4to., pp.xvii, 595, frontis. portrait of Darwin. Skillfully re-cased using orig. cloth.     `$150.00

  102. 215.SIGEIST, HENRY E. - Medicine and Health in the Soviet Union. New York, 1947. 8vo., pp.xix, 364, dw. A Special autographed edidtion for the members of The American-Soviet Medical Society.     $20.00

  103. 216.SMITH, J. GREIG - Abdominal Surgery. Two Volumes.  Sixth Editions. Bristol and London, 1897. 8vo., pp.viii, 576, xii ; x, 579-1171, xxvii, 224 illustrations. The author was surgeon to the Bristol Royal Infirmary.     $40.00

  104. 217.SMITH, HOMER W. - Lectures on the Kidney. Porter Lectures- Series IX and The William Henry Welch Lectures. Lawrence, 1945. 8vo., pp. 143, illustrarions and tables. See GM 1246.      $40.00

  105. 218.SOUTH, JOHN FLINT - Memorials of the Craft of Surgery in England. Edited by D’Arcy Power with and Introduction by Sir James Paget. London, Cassell & Co., 1886. 8vo., pp.xxx, 412, plates, vg. Scarce.
    GM 5797; Cushing S332; Osler 6452.      $275.00

  106. 219.STOPFORD, JOHN S. B. - Sensation and the Sensory Pathway. London, 1930. 8vo., pp.xii, 148, illus. King’s College Library, London stamp on title.     $20.00

  107. 220.SURGICAL INSTRUMENT CATALOGUE - Catalogue and Price List of Superior Surgical Surgical Instruments, Surgical Furniture and Surgical Supplies. St. Louis, A.S. Aloe Company, (1900) Sixteenth Edition. Established 52 Years (1860). 8vo., pp. lvi, 1001-5190, orig. blue cloth, light wear else vg.     $125.00

  108. 221.TAYLOR, HENRY LING, Assisted by Charles Ogilvy and Fred H. albee - Orthopedic Surgery for Practitioners. First Edition. New York, 1909. 4to., pp.xxiv, 503, 254 illusstrations, ex.lib. , a nice copy.     $25.00

  109. 222.THE EYE AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. Edited by Wm. Canpbell Posey and William G. Spiller. Philadelphia,1906. 4to., pp.xi, 988, illustrated, orig. maroon binding, vg. Theodore C. Erichson’s copy.The authors note this the First Text on Neuro-Ophthalmology in the English language.  Courville 1776     $175.00

  110. 223.THOMPSON, C.J.S. - The Mystery and Art of The Apothecary. London, John Lane, 1929. 8vo.,, pp.viii, 287, 28 illustrations.
    GM 2054     40.00

  111. 224.THORNE, W. BEZLY - The Schott Methods of the Treatment of Chronic Diaeases of The Heart. London, J.&A. Churchill, 1895. 8vo., pp.80, charts and diagrams. $20.00

  112. 225.THORWALD, JURGEN - The Century of the Surgeon. New York, 1957. 8vo., pp.,432, 66 illustrations, dw. $25.00

  113. 226.TRUDEAU, EDWARD LIVINGSTON - An Autobiography. Philsdelphia 1915. 8vo., pp.322, illustrated.
    Trudeau.  establushed the famous Sanatorium and Labratory at Saranac Lake in New York in the laate 19th Century. For many years before the days of antiobiotics patients were referred there for the treatment of tuberculosis. Walker Percy the well known Southern Physician Writer was a patient there.      $35.00

  114. 227.TRUAX, CHARLES - The Mechanics of Surgery comprising Detailed ‘Descriptions, Illustrations and Lists of the Instruments, appliances and Furnitiure Necessary in Modern Surgical Art. First Edition. Chicago, 1899. 4to., pp.1022, lacking last page of index after “Tongue Forceps”, orig. green cloth.
    GM 2680.01        $225.00

  115. 228.YOUNG, ARCHIBLD - Sir William Macewen An Oration. Delivered in the University at the Commemoraation of Benefactors on 23rd. June 1926. Glasgow, Jackson, Wylie and Co., 1926. 8vo., pp.52, stiff wraps.      $75.00

  116. 229.WALSH, JAMES J. - Medieval Medicine. London, A.&C. Black, 1920. 8vo., pp.xi, 221, Illus.     $40.00

    THE DISEASE THAT WON’T GO AWAY.

  117. 230.WEBB, GREALD B. - Tuberculosis. New York, 1936. 12mo. pp.xv, 205, 17 illustrations. The AMA Recently noted a resurgence of Tuberculosis. Many house officera sucumed to this terrible dusease in the early 20th Century. See No. 81 Trudeau.
    GM 2357     $25.00

  118. 231.WHITE, JAMES C. and SMITHWICK, REGINALD H. - The Autonomic Nervous System. Anatomy, Physiology, and Surgical Applications. Second Edition. New York, 1941. 4to., ppxx, 469, vg.
    GM 1335        $40.00

  119. 232.Williams, William Carlos - The Build Up. A Novel. Firsr Printing. New York, 1952. 8vo., pp.333. This novel is a success story. Its an account of the triumph of an immigrant American family during the early part of the  century. Williams is recognized as one of the great physician-writers of the 20th. C.        $50.00

  120. 233.WILLARD, De FOREST - The Surgery of Childhood Including Orthopedic Surgery. Philadelphia, 1910. 4to., pp.xxxi, 800, 712 illustrations, 17 in color.
    This is one of the earliest American works on orthopedic surgery in childhood.       $75.00

  121. 234.WRIGHT-ST CLAIR, REX E. - Doctors Monro. London, The Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 1964. 8vo., pp.xi, 190, illus., dw. Many American physicians trained in the Edinburgh School by the Monros in the 18th. C.      $20.00

  122. 235.YOUNG, HUGH - A Surgeon’s Autobiography. First Edition. New York, 1940. 8vo., pp.xii, 554, with over 100 drawings by William P. Didusch and three color prints. Young was the “Father of Scientific Urology” in America. $35.00

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