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Morrow's Atlas of Skin & Venereal Diseases  

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Atlas of Skin and Venereal Diseases

Morrow, Prince Albert

New York

William Wood & Company



[iv] 318 pp. 64 (of 75) chromolithograph plates. (Folio) 43x33 cm (16¾x13") period half morocco and cloth, spine lettered in gilt. First Edition.

"Morrow, one of America's premier nineteenth-century dermatologists, was born in Kentucky and received his medical degree in 1874 from University Medical College in New York. This atlas covering the entire range of dermatological and venereal diseases is his most famous work. The colored plates, selected from the works of a number of prominent artists, effectively supplement the clearly-written text. Morrow was active in stressing the need for dissemination of information on sex hygiene to the public." Heirs of Hippocrates 2092.

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Spine detached, binding worn; lacking 11 plates; plates overall clean and bright. Sold as is.

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