Étude sur l'Uranoplastie dans ses applications aux divisions congénitales de la voûte palatine

Ehrmann, Jules-Amédée Dr.

Editorial: J.-B. Baillière et fils, 1869
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102, [1] pages; Contemporary red half morocco over pebbled red cloth, title lettered in gilt directly on the spine, marbled endpapers, edges decoratively marbled to match -- with the original printed front and rear wrappers bound in at the end. Minor rubbing, with a few scuffs to the spine. First edition of a treatise on uranoplasty, the surgical repair of damage or congenital defects to the human palate. The author [1835-1918] was the son of another important French surgeon and teacher of medicine. This copy has the nineteenth century engraved bookplate of the U.S. Surgeon General's Library, and an ink stamp from that institution on the title page. The Library of the Surgeon General’s Office was established in 1836 when Joseph Lovell, then Surgeon General, purchased reference books and journals for his office. In 1862, the small library was moved from the General's office to a room in the Riggs Bank building on 15th Street in Washington - (a bit of this building's facade can be seen on the reverse of the U.S. $10 bill). In 1864, the library printed its first catalog containing 2100 volumes. In 1867, the Library, along with the new Surgeon General's office, was moved to Ford's Theater, site of the tragic assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in April 1865. (The theater had been closed and remodelled in the intervening two years.) After a name change or two, this library became the core of the National Library of Medicine -- (Senator John F. Kennedy was co-sponsor of the establishing legislation, S. 3430, in 1956). This copy's bookplate has the purple-ink surplus stamp from that time: "WITHDRAWN / Nat. Lib. of Med." It does appear in the first series of the 'Index-Catalogue, Library of the Surgeon-General's Office 1880-' [Series 1/Volume 4/Page 132]. There are several OCLC numbers, as some of the European libraries have chosen to create their own OCLC accession numbers . (the main number -- OCLC: 34746373, locates the University of Chicago/Crerar Library copy, and six additional copies in French Institutions. I can find no other copies in American institutions besides Chicago's). There is an egg-sized chemical stain mark to the upper margins of the first two blank leaves, the half title and title page, the dedication leaf, and nearly disappearing by the first leaf of the text. Although similar stains often accompany early attempts to remove signatures, library marks, etc. -- this stain appears instead to have been the result of an accidental spill. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Étude sur l'Uranoplastie dans ses ...
Editorial: J.-B. Baillière et fils
Año de publicación: 1869
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good-

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Editorial: J.-B. Baillière et fils, Paris (1869)
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Descripción J.-B. Baillière et fils, Paris, 1869. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good-. 102, [1] pages; Contemporary red half morocco over pebbled red cloth, title lettered in gilt directly on the spine, marbled endpapers, edges decoratively marbled to match -- with the original printed front and rear wrappers bound in at the end. Minor rubbing, with a few scuffs to the spine. First edition of a treatise on uranoplasty, the surgical repair of damage or congenital defects to the human palate. The author [1835-1918] was the son of another important French surgeon and teacher of medicine. This copy has the nineteenth century engraved bookplate of the U.S. Surgeon General's Library, and an ink stamp from that institution on the title page. The Library of the Surgeon General’s Office was established in 1836 when Joseph Lovell, then Surgeon General, purchased reference books and journals for his office. In 1862, the small library was moved from the General's office to a room in the Riggs Bank building on 15th Street in Washington - (a bit of this building's facade can be seen on the reverse of the U.S. $10 bill). In 1864, the library printed its first catalog containing 2100 volumes. In 1867, the Library, along with the new Surgeon General's office, was moved to Ford's Theater, site of the tragic assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in April 1865. (The theater had been closed and remodelled in the intervening two years.) After a name change or two, this library became the core of the National Library of Medicine -- (Senator John F. Kennedy was co-sponsor of the establishing legislation, S. 3430, in 1956). This copy's bookplate has the purple-ink surplus stamp from that time: "WITHDRAWN / Nat. Lib. of Med." It does appear in the first series of the 'Index-Catalogue, Library of the Surgeon-General's Office 1880-' [Series 1/Volume 4/Page 132]. There are several OCLC numbers, as some of the European libraries have chosen to create their own OCLC accession numbers . (the main number -- OCLC: 34746373, locates the University of Chicago/Crerar Library copy, and six additional copies in French Institutions. I can find no other copies in American institutions besides Chicago's). There is an egg-sized chemical stain mark to the upper margins of the first two blank leaves, the half title and title page, the dedication leaf, and nearly disappearing by the first leaf of the text. Although similar stains often accompany early attempts to remove signatures, library marks, etc. -- this stain appears instead to have been the result of an accidental spill. Nº de ref. de la librería 41586

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