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Important work of California Balneology  

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Mineral Springs and Health Resorts of California with a Complete Chemical Analysis of Every Important Mineral Water in the World

Anderson, Winslow

San Francisco

The Bancroft Company



xxx, 384 pp. Illustrated from numerous drawings throughout the text. (4to) 25.1x16.1 cm (9¾x6¼"), original pictorial brown cloth, gilt lettering. First Edition.

An important work of California balneology. When Anderson originally wrote this treatise in 1889, it was awarded the Annual Prize of the Medical Society of California, which the Bancroft Company proudly advertises on the title-page. Inscribed by Anderson on the front blank. Second printing (the first was dated 1890)  Cowan, page 16.

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Touches of wear to cloth; ink ownership marks on front free endpaper, faint toning to textblock; very good or better.

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