Title: The Home Medical Library
Publisher: New York: The Review of Reviews Company
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
Six-volume library, color plates. Vol. 1: First Aid, Germ Diseases; Vol. 2: Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Skin, Etc.; Vol. 3: Woman and Child; Heart; Digestion; Vol. 4: Personal Hygiene, Family Medicines, Exercises, Long Life, Practical Kitchen Science; Vol. 5: Sanitation, Water Supply and Purification, Pure Food for the Housekeeper, The House and Grounds; Vol. 6: Nervousness, Nursing, Camp Cure, Camp Comfort. Green cloth hardcover with dark leather-ish spine and gilt titles, no dust jackets, corners slightly rubbed, former owner's name neatly written in ink inside the front cover of each volume, but overall near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1835
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