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Philadelphia: Vail Brothers, [188-]. Stiff card, slightly larger than 4x6.25 inches, with Powderly's portrait (a sepia photograph from the negative) on one side and text about Ideal Tooth Powder and Ideal Quinine and Sulphur Toilet Soap on the other. Plate measures 3.5x5 inches; his moustache about 1.3 inches from left...
New York and Burlington: American Medicine, 1922. 58p., 7.25x9.75 inches, mafazine format, illustrated with ads and photos (including three of the Blazek Twins (Siamese Twins joined-at-the-hip) very good in decorative wraps. Includes an article on narcotic drug addiction by Lester D. Volk, M.D.
Ingelheim am Rheine: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, 2003. 13x11 inch wall chart printed both sides in color, front side depicting stages of HIV infextion with color graphic and verso a wall chart of daily dosing of available antiretroviral agents with color photos of the capsules and caplets.
San Francisco, CA: California Transplant Donor Network, 2000. 99p., wraps, unpaginated materials in front and back including lists of donors and letters from various politicians. Biographies and photos of people who donated their organs after death. Poetry and essays written by loved ones explain the meaning of the donations and...
[Mexico]: n.pub. n.d. 302p., hardcover with artwork on the front board representing temptation in the garden of Eden; pages evenly toned and mildly fragile, a two-inch lateral tear at leaf 7/8, otherwise very good. Text in Spanish. Plants are illustrated with line drawings, followed by notes on their effects and.....
Bilbao: Imprenta Provincial de Vizcaya, 1937. Paperback. 24 + 24p. + plates: clear photography reproduced in sepia gravure, of very sick children, nuns, politicians, and a doublespread line map, perhaps 25 images on fifteen or so fullpage plates. Contents printed first in Spanish, with the photoillustrations, followed by the same...
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972. Pamphlet. ii, 35p., b&w illust., wraps, cover decorated with a fine color-onlay image, very good condition, 5.25x7.25 inches. Describes the application of acupuncture to curing deafness and the inability to speak. Cover illustrates Chao Pu-yu in Red Guard outfit placing a needle into his own.....
New York: Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., [1900s]. 29p., 5.25x7.75 inches, b&w illustrations, very good in original stapled color pictorial wraps. No date on this item. Appears to be from the early 1900s at the latest judging by the artwork and the remedies (castor oil cures everything!).
Warren, MI: International Society for Fluoride Research, 1982-1986. Five issues of the journal: vol. 15 nos. 3 and 4; vol.16 no. 1, vol. 18 no. 4 and vol. 19 no. 3. Medical articles on fluoride, including toxicology and physiological effetcs. Includes substantial material from Soviet bloc countries.