New York: George H. Colton, 1847. Hardcover. Includes articles on the Battle of Saratoga, California, review of "Dictionary of the English Language by Joseph E. Worcester", Executive Usurpation, Letters on the Iroquois, poetry, Dr. Gulley's Water Cure, war in Mexico, and much more. Bound in three-quarter black leather with marbled paper covered boards, titled in gilt on the spine with raised bands. Minor rubbing and wear to boards, corners, spine, and edges. Clean overall with occasional spots of soiling. Marbled endpapers. Includes two engravings. 654 pages. PER/123019. Very Good.
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New York: Reader's Digest Association INc, 1942. Paperback. Includes articles on WWII - "The Heroic Defense of the Philippines"; Cigarette Ad Fact and Fiction, "Do the Nazis Know They're Licked?", "Malta: Most Bombed Spot on Earth", "How the Negro Fights for Freedom" by Stanley Hugh, "I was a German Hostage", "Victory Through Air Power" and more. Illustrated side stapled wrappers with grey title to front cover. Minor soiling / wear to covers. Clean interior overall. 170 pages. PER/040820. Very Good.
American Medical Association, 1930. Paperback. Single issue. Includes articles on fasting, "Dad comes home late", nutrition, indigestion, summer holidays, painful feet prevention, toys, a shortage of country doctors, astigmatism, human anatomy, health pursuits in pictures, heath for kids, and more. Includes some fiction as well. Many illustrations. Many ads for various health products, baby products, deodorants, bras, dentists, camps, etc. Written for the common family (not doctors). Oversized black and white paper wrappers with white spine panel titled in black. Minor rubbing to wrappers, dampstain to top margins, and short tears to top margins of some pages, but clean overall. Paginated 591 - 685. PER/040820. Very Good.
American Medical Association, 1931. Paperback. Single issue. Includes articles on cancer, syphilis, pneumonia, a football hero, lessons in relaxation, parenting, jaw injuries, and a few short fictional works including "Alice in Slumberland" part III. The Tarts by Nellie G. Herriman. (pages 270 - 273). Many illustrations. Written for the common family (not doctors). Oversized red and white paper wrappers with white spine panel titled in black. Minor scuffing to wrappers and slight browning to margins but clean overall. Paginated 201 - 304. Very Good.