258 pages. "This book is intended primarily to describe those internal conditions which indicate the use of the ultra-violet rays. A fairly large space has been alloted to the subject of falling hair and its turning gray, and to the treatment of these phenomena, because, as I shall endevor to show in the following pages, the causes are essentially internal, and internal methods are the most efficacious by way of treatment. Foremost among these may be placed the ultra-violet rays, for their internal far exceeds their external action in importance." VERY GOOD HARDCOVER, lettering is bright on the spine, green cloth covers. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: THE ULTRA-VIOLET RAYS. Their Action On ...
Publisher: F. A. Davis:
Publication Date: 1928
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description F.A. Davis Company, Publshers, Philadelphia, 1928. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Copyright 1928 and 1928 printed on title page. VERY GOOD. A clean, well-bound copy. Owner name neatly penned on front pasted endpaper, no other markings. Top edge "dusty" and 2 leaves with corner creases but otherwise pages are fine. Endpapers toned. Bound in green cloth hardcover, blind embossed rules on front cover, gilt spine lettering. Faint spotting to upper portion of front cover and what appears to be thin line of ink along front hinge but otherwise cover is clean with only light edge rub. Binding firm, hinges intact, boards and spine straight. 6 x 9-1/4"; 258 pages plus 5 pages publisher's ads. Seller Inventory # 001963
Book Description (Philadelphia: Davis, 1928)., 1928. 8vo, green cloth, gilt stamped, purple and green dust jacket, [ii], 258pp., publisher's catalogue. On the putative good effects of the internal processing of the ultra-violet rays, to avoid the problems alluded to in the title. Fine copy. First American Edition. Seller Inventory # C139/165