Sue Barton, Senior Nurse
226 p. + list of Sue Barton books available from the original publisher, Little, Brown (six at this printing) and list of available Comet Books and Pocket Book, Jrs. In this book, "A red-headed young nurse meets romance and excitement at every bend of the hospital corridor." She graduates, but then is faced with "a conflict between her career and her love for Dr. Barry." Paperback; b&w drawings throughout. This copy is in very, very good condition, with one crease on front cover, a slightly rumpled front free endpaper, and very, very slight rubbing at the lower one inch of the spine at the front edge. Bookseller Inventory # 1SB-SS06-HDB
Title: Sue Barton, Senior Nurse
Publisher: New York: Pocket Book, Jrs., September, 1950, 1st printing thus
Publication Date: 1950
Binding: Soft cover
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