Progress in Medicine; A Critical review of the Last Hundred Years.
by GALDSTON, Iago (1895-1989).
New York:: Alfred A. Knopf, 1940., 1940. 8vo.  (ads), ix, , 347, , xiv,  pp. Index, publisher ads. Red blind- and gilt-stamped cloth. Very good. Dr. Galdston actively practiced psychiatry until a few weeks before his death, at ninety-four. "Dr. Galdston, who was born in Kishinev, Russia, received his medical training at Fordham University and his psychiatric training at the Wagner Jauregg Institute in Vienna in the early 1920's. He was a staff physician at the Union Health Center and the education secretary of the New York Tuberculosis Association before joining the New York Medical Academy in 1928.For the next 34 years, he served as spokesman for the academy and sponsored activities to bring information on medical subjects to the public. He retired from the academy in 1962 and was director of resident training for Connecticut's Department of Mental Health. He also was president of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training." (New York Times obituary, December 20, 1989).
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