Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co, 1909. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. First Edition. xvi, 245 pages. Publisher's cloth. A bright copy with the signature of H. Clyde Snook on front and rear endpapers. Cloth. Snook was a Philadelphia engineer and founding member of the Philadelphia Roentgen Ray Society. He developed something called the Snook transformer which the process of diagnostic examination both easier and more effective. A nice association. (Inventory #: 25487)
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