Baltimore: Base Hospital 18 Association, 1919. Hardcover. Ex-library. A history of the World War I effort from Johns Hopkins Hospital to work in France at Base Hospital 18, including list of personnel, obituaries, and 24 special articles detailing services provided, trips from various departments, welfare work, etc. Includes black and white photographic illustrations. Tan cloth boards with gilt title to front board and colored emblem. No title to spine; however, there is a white call number to the foot of the spine. Wear to spine and edges of boards with bumped corners and browning to spine. Textblock is detached from boards, but remains in one piece. Minor bumping to corners to pages. Library stamps to pastedowns and title page. A good reading copy. 134 pages. BALT/060722. Good.
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Baltimore: J.W. Borst & Co, 1881. Paperback. Gundry was the superintendent of the Maryland Hospital for the Insane and a professor of Mental Disease in the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Baltimore. This article is reprinted from the Transactions of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1881. Sewn with green paper wrappers titled in black on front wrapper. Minor wear to edges and light foxing to covers. Clean interior. 22 pages. MED/060722. Very Good.