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A paper reprinted "from The Medical Times, February, 1917" and "read at meeting of the Society of Medical Jurisprudence held November 13, 1916."
Thomas W. Salmon (1876–1927) was an early supporter of the "mental hygiene," a movement initially closely linked with eugenics that eventually evolved into the general idea of "mental health," and the treatment of the illness.
Provenance: On the front wrapper, a stamp for Yale University Library dated June 8, 1917, and numbers in pencil.
WorldCat has located one institutional copy (Harvard). In paper wrappers; minor edgewear, light winkling to top corner of wrappers and pages. Provenance marks as above. (Inventory #: 39354)