Topeka, Kan. Temperance Society, (1929). Second Edition. Octavo; 221pp; softcover; printed wraps; covers largely worn around edges with about half an inch loss at top edge; prelims a bit edgeworn; old adhesive tape repair to spine now loosening; first few pages a bit edgeworn; contents else very good. [NOTE: DM Consignment... Inform Rockville].
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Philadelphia: George P. Pilling & Son, 1900. Second. CONSIGNMENT; octavo; VG-/no-DJ; maroon spine with no text; front board has almost completely separated from binding at hinge, rear board loosening at hinge, boards have moderately frayed corners, light fading, discoloration, and scuffing to covers and spine, light water damage to covers, light staining to back cover; front paste-down has one 1 inch tear to top right corner and pencil markings from previous owner, front free-end paper has separated almost completely from binding, attached by several pieces of tape at top left corner, has long piece of tape running down the length of its left edge and tearing and chipping down the length of its right edge, has pencil markings from previous owner, general textblock is lightly age-toned but otherwise free of blemishes and markings; 77pp. EB/ND.
1875. One piece of paper, measuring approximately 3" x 5". The front is a United States Postal Card, with a stamp marking it as being sent from Massachusetts. The rear contains a handwritten note with a signature at the bottom. Susan Dimock was appointed resident physician of the New England Hospital for Women and Children in 1872, and was the first woman member of the North Carolina Medical Society. She died in 1875, at the age of 28, in the shipwreck of the SS Schiller. Lieberman consignment. Shelved binder case 0.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 252 pages, VG/VG-; white DJ, red/navy blue/black lettering: mild overall wear to DJ, light age-toning to covers (mostly to margins), "$6.95" to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; navy blue cloth boards, bright silver lettering: mild bumping/wear to head and tail; mild wear to margins of boards; scattered fingerprint markings to boards; very mild wear to text-block, very light foxing/age-toning to top, fore- and bottom-edges clean; top corners of pages 13/14 and 51-52 dogeared; section of text circled in blue ink to page 13; marginalia and underlining in blue ink to pages 52-53; INSCRIBED by Ted Kennedy to "President McClosky" to ffep, inscription dated 1972; capital "E" in red ink to ffep, inscription unaffected; EM consignment; shelved Case 5.
London: The Sydenham Society, 1851. Folio; unpaginated; Good; dark green spine without text; green cloth has light smudges to exterior; slight rubbing to corners and edges; green endpapers; small tear to half title page to page 3; slight foxing to first and last few pages; minor chip to rear endpaper at fore edge; profusely illustrated; slight foxing impacting some illustrations; Latin and English text; TG Consignment.
London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1856. First edition. Octavo in dark brown embossed hardcovers with vinyl wraps; VG; moderate soiling and shelf wear on boards; strong binding; paper age-toned; text clean; hand-written date in margin on two pages; one page had a dog-ear; pp. 380; contains chapters on British, German and French asylums until 1853; shelved in Case # 10; JL consignment.
London: Anisson & Posuel, 1718. Early Edition. Thick quarto in dark burgundy leather; five-band embossed spine with gilt; VG; moderate amount of soiling and fraying on boards; more shelf wear on spine with tiny tears at bottom and fraying on top; binding strong; gilt edges a bit dusty; paper wavy with little discoloration; offsetting on few pages; Latin text in small print, clean; contains an insert "Synopsis Febrium" folded in four with a tear at center; GM consignment; shelved in Case 3.