The Journal of William Tully; Medical Student at Dartmouth 1808-1809. [Edited by] Oliver S. Hayward, Elizabeth H. Thompson.
by TULLY, William (1785-1859).
New York:: Science History Publications, 1977., 1977. 8vo. xxiv, 88 pp. 4 portraits. Rust and white gilt-stamped cloth. Fine. The forward by John F. Fulton explains that Tully is an inadvertent Boswell to Nathan Smith (1762-1829), the founder of Dartmouth Medical School, and the co-founder of Yale's School of Medicine. Tully studied with Smith for the period of his journal, and his observations regarding Smith, as well as life in 1808 America, make for wonderful reading.
(Inventory #: SEG1193)
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