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Title: Lectures on the diagnosis of diseases of the...
Publisher: P. Blakiston, Son
Book Condition: Good
Book Description P. Blakiston, Son, 1887., Philadelphia:, 1887. 8vo. vii, 254 pp.18 figs., index; yellowing, frayed bottom corners, title page at hinge repaired, minor margin tear. Dark olive-green cloth blind and gilt stamped; inner hinges repaired, worn extremities, dented bottom corners. Good. Provenance: Dr. James P. Marsh, Troy NY, has been appointed surgeon in chief of the new (1917) Henry W. Putnam Memorial Hospital, Bennington, VT. 1n 1985 Dr. Marsh had moved from Troy, and opened an office in Green Island, Albany County, NY. See: Medical Society of the County of Albany (NY), Albany Medical Annals: Volume 7, p. 350, 1886; Archives of Electrology and Radiology: Volume 1-2, p. 8, 1901. Medical Association of Troy and Vicinity – A regular meeting of the Medical Association of Troy and Vicinity was held Tuesday, April 1, 1902, when Dr. Marsh reported three cases: (1) Intestinal anastomosis for gangrene Albany Medical Annals: Volume 23, Page 291, 1902. – Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons, 1941, Volume 26. Bookseller Inventory # M12352
Book Description P. Blakiston, Son, 1887., Philadelphia:, 1887. SECOND AMERICAN EDITION. 220 x 145 mm. 8vo. vii, 254, ads 24,  pp. 17 figs., index. Original blind-stamped olive-green cloth, gilt spine; rubbed. Ex library bookplate and rubber stamp on title. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # M6929