[iv], 149 pages; brown cloth with black lettering. Lacks front end paper. Intro - "So many changes have taken place in the treatment of deafness during the past decade that it is timely for the medical profession to be presented with a precise picture of what is being done, not only medically, but socially and economically for those who are hard of hearing." Clean copy inside and out. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Modern Conception of Deafness.
Publisher: The Laryngoscope
Publication Date: 1932
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
Book Description The Laryngoscope, St. Louis, 1932. Hardcover. Red cloth, black lettering, no dj, lightly rubbed, name blacked out on title page. Medical; 17570. Seller Inventory # 17570
Book Description The Laryngoscope. Condition: Fair. SIGNED/INSCRIBED! St. Louis, MO: The Laryngoscope, 1932. 12mo. 149pp. Signed by author on f.f.e.: "To / Dr. Smith Ely Jelliffe / in / Sincere Appreciation of / his long standing friendship. / Coridally, / Harold Hayes / June, 1932." Good book. Good dust jacket. Ex-library. Dust jacket chipped at spine ends and flap folds. Library shelfmark on spine and embossed seal on t.p. Bookplate on pastedown. Textblock clean and binding tight. Inquire if you need further information. Seller Inventory # MA06A-07002