by HURST [HERTZ], Sir Arthur Frederick (1879-1944).
London:: Edward Arnold, 1943. 3rd edition., 1943. 8vo. viii, 495,  pp. 51 figures, index. Black gilt and blind-stamped cloth. Two-page holographic letter from author pasted to end paper. Ownership signature of B.D. Pasciak [Rasenak?]. Very good. Sir Arthur Hurst co-founded the British Society of Gastroenterology, and served as Chief of the Neurology Department at Netley Hospital during the First World War, where he specialized in shell-shock cases. The autograph letter, written by Sir Arthur Frederick Hurst on March 3, 1944, is addressed to B.D. Pasciak, who also signed the volume [his copy]. The letter reads as follows: "I shall much later . . . well. Jun[?] + I shall . . . if you will attend any of my rounds or clinics. My ordinary . . . programme is as follows: 1. Monday, Tuesday, W.w-Thursday, 10.15 10.12, a round with students in the ward at Radcliffe Infirmary." [etc.].
(Inventory #: SEG1089)
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