New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928. Hardcover. Very good/Good. Color frontispiece, with textual photographs and endpaper maps. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928. An early reprint. Lovejoy (1869-1967) was a central figure in early efforts to organize international medical relief in the Near East. She writes about her own experiences and that of other American women working in the medical field. Inscribed by Lovejoy on the half-title. Laid in are a small advertisement for the book, noting that royalties from its sale benefit American Women's Hospitals, and a clipped book review. Octavo. Original blue cloth binding, with gilt stamping. Faint offsetting to the half-title and verso of the front flyleaf. The spine is lightly faded, with some light foxing to the boards. In the scarce dust jacket, which is chipped and browned, more so along the spine and folds, with a slender stain to the spine and tape reinforcement to the verso.
(Inventory #: 65150)
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