Ithaca:: Great Seal Books, 1962., 1962. Small 8vo. 8, , 182 pp. Index. Printed wrappers [$1.75 price]. Inked writing on half title, "Maulitz, Philips Lectures, NYU 1959." Occasional marginalia and underlining in red ink. Good. Topics include: Origins of a Medical Profession; Medical Thought and Practice: 1660-1820; Health and Disease: 1660-1820; Medicine and Society in Transition, 1820-1860. PROVENANCE: Russell C. Maulitz, M.D. Ph.D. completed his M.D. and Ph.D. (in History of Medicine) at Duke University. He has served on the editorial boards of three major journals in the fields of medical history and technology and society. He is author of four books, monographs and translations, and over fifty articles in the fields of medical history and medical informatics. (Inventory #: MMRM1328)
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