Pest: Gustav Emich, Buchdrucker der ungar. Akademie, 1861. First Edition. Scarce Semmelweis Publication. Rare work by Ignaz Philipp... Read More
New York: Basic Books, 1958. Second printing. Inscribed to Burgess Meredith. Inscribed to Burgess Meredith.
[Chicago: Herald-American, ca.1950]. Rare pamphlet outlining the A.A. program. A rare pamphlet from the early years of Alcoholics Anonymous, written by a midwest newspaper reporter and providing a detailed and positive overview of the program.The pamphlet prints in full a series of six articles written by Elgar Brown for the.....
Paris: Chez Girard Audran, Graveur du Roy, rue S. Jacques, aux deux Piliers d'or, 1783. First edition. High Baroque Ideal Human Proportions. A detailed and elaborate study of the ideal human proportions as derived from the measurement of ancient sculpture, by one of the greatest engravers and etchers of his...
n.p: . Signed by Orville Wright. Signed by Orville Wright at the right of the image. Albert Bond Lambert was the son of a pharmaceutical magnate and an early St. Louis flight enthusiast; he purchased a flyer from the Wright brothers in 1909, and took flight lessons from Orville Wright...
London: 30th May, [1876?]. Writing of his disappointment that the printer had not yet sent the proof of his Education article and worrying that it might be late. Bain was the author of several books including “Logic” and “Mind and Body” and “Senses and the Intellect.” He founded the periodical.....
London: 20 Queen Anne Street, 11 March 1879. Founder of Neurology in England. Asking after Youmans following his accident, noting that he had tried to reach Youmans when he was in England but found that he had left the day before. Writing that he had he no photograph of Clifford...
Frankfurt: Fievet, 1674. Second edition, with additional third part on surgery. Manual on medicine and surgery by the Dutch physician Johannes von Beverwyck (1594-1647). Wellcome refers to this edition as a "Reprint of 1671 ed., with addition of Chirurgia”.
Norwich, Vt: Janurary, 1846.
Brooklyn, N.Y: 264-266-268 & 270 Fulton Street, c. 1889.
Hartford: F.J. Huntington, 1832. First edition. Hunter & McAlpine call this a 'popular...guide to mental hygiene with the stress on social influences.." Brigham was a pyschiatrist who became the first superindendant of the Utica Psychiatric Cente in 1842 and in 1844, became one of the founding members of the Association...
Troy, N.Y: Printed by Wright, Goodenow, and Stockwell, 1808. First American edition. Previously published in England in 1806, then again with revisions in 1807; this first American edition is based on the revised edition of 1807.
Marburg: Chr. Garthe, 1829. First edition.
London: John Bale, 1936. First edition. Signed by Ashley Montagu.
Philadelphia: 1839. Fifth American from the Last London Edition.
London: John Thomas Cox, 1835. Eighth Edition. Signed: "Wm. Loughridge Manchester October 10/36." and with his stamp "Dr W. Loughridge No. 45" on title page.
Paris: L'Auteur, rue de la Paix, No. 19, Méquignon-Marvis & Gabon, 1819. First edition. A Classic of Orthodontics.
Trenton, NJ: November 28, 1853. Dix writes about her travel plans between New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, as well about her most recent philanthropic cause–– the procurement of rescue boats and life-saving equipment for Sable Island, in Nova Scotia, a notorious site of shipwrecks on the east coast to which...
1955. Douglas. Donald Wills Douglas, the second son of an assistant cashier of the National Park Bank, was born in Brooklyn, New York, April 6, 1892, and started his education at Trinity Chapel School in New York City. At the age of 17, Donald Douglas entered the U.S. Naval Academy...
New York: Pocket Books, 1966. First edition. Studies LSD, rehabilitation, hallucinogens, sedatives, marijuana and heroin and explains the nature of drug addiction and habituation for preventative actions.
Philadelphia: 1849. A New American from the Last and Improved London Edition.
Paris: Chez J.-B. Baillière, 1838. First edition, with half-titles. The First Textbook of Madness - with 27 Plates. One of the first systematic attempts to classify and describe the varieties of mental illness. "Esquirol coined the term monomania, a concept which anticipated the modern view of schizophrenia, and he was.....
[New York]: Published by the International Fertility Association, . Editor's Own Copy. Weisman's copy with his name stamped in gilt on the upper cover. In addition to being the editor of this volume Dr. Weisman was also the Associate Secretary General of the International Fertility Association.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1901. Copy 126 of 250 copies printed on Holland hand-made paper.
London: Savory & Moore Chemist to the Queen, 143 New Bond Street, after 1862. Savory & Moore was established at 136 New Bond Street by Thomas Field Savory in 1797 and moved in 1840 to 143. In 1845 the name was changed to Savory & Moore.The shop continued to function...
New York: [A. R. Elliott Publishing Company], 1911. Included are Editorial Appreciations and “Forty-Six Years of Medicine in New York” (A Posthumous Article) by Frank P. Foster, M.D., Late Editor of the New York Medical Journal. Dr. Foster (1841-1911) specialized in dermatology, obstetrics and gynaecology. This pamphlet was reprinted from.....