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1 "Cuadernos de Relojeria" Cuatro Articulos sobre Primitivos Relojes Catalanes (Siglo XVIII).
Madrid, 1957. 1957 
4to. Sternfeld bookplate. Contains four articles by Eduardo Junyent, Luis Montañes, Juan E. Maurer, and Luis Monreal y Tejada. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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2 "Various Authors". London and the Advancement of Science.
London: Association for the Advancement of Science, 1931. 1931 
16mo. [vi], 321 pp. Index. Brown gilt-stamped cloth; spine head small tear, else very good. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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3 (ROBERTS, Arthur, editor). Bubble chambers and neutrino beams.... 1968 summer study in 3 volumes. [Vol. II]: Particle beams....
Batavia, Illinois: National Accelerator Laboratory, 1969. 1969 
Volumes one and two of three only. 210 x 162 mm. 8vo. x, 339; v, 341 pp. Figs., tables. Printed pictorial wrappers. Very good. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 (Société Archéologique et Historique de Clermont-En-Beauvaisis). Comptes rendus et mémoires de la Société archéologique et historique de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis.
Senlis: Imprimeries Réunies de Senlis, 1944, 1957, 1960, 1962. 1944 
Four parts. 8vo. xxi, 226; iv, 81; vi, 49; v, 62 pp. Index (only part 1944), illus., 1957 issue includes folding plate p. 12, partially unopened. Printed wrappers; browning. Overall very good +. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Imogen or, Daybreak in Britain., A. L. O. E.
5 A. L. O. E. Imogen or, Daybreak in Britain.
Philadelphia: Presbyterian Publication Committee, [no date]. 
12mo. 124, [2], [10] pp. Frontispiece woodcut, 2 plates, 2 figs [rear]; lightly foxed. Original full mauve blind-stamped cloth, gilt spine title; faded covers. Very good. RARE. Imogen, the daughter of a chief of ancient Britain, hears the gospel of Jesus Christ from a captured missionary, believes, and becomes a witness to her people. One of a series of Sunday-school books. 
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6 ABBOT, Charles Greeley (b. 1872) & H. B. FREEMAN. Absorption lines of the infra-red solar spectrum.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1929. 1929 
At head of title: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 82, No. 1, August 31, 1929. 245 x 163 mm. 8vo. [ii], 17 pp. 1 fig., 3 tables, 5 large folding plates (i.e.: 2 plates printed on both sides). Printed wrappers. Fine. 
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7 ABBOT, Charles Greeley (b. 1872). The radiation of the planet Earth to space.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1929. 1929 
At head of title: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 82, No. 3, November 16, 1929. Hodgkins Fund. 242 x 162 mm. 8vo. [ii], 12 pp. 7 tables, 2 large folding plates (i.e.: printed on both sides). Printed wrappers. Fine. In 1907 Charles Abbot determined the solar constant (the quantity of ray energy crossing one square centimeter of surface set perpendicular to the solar rays outside the earth's atmosphere or one astronomical unit from the sun). 
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Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by a Square., ABBOTT, Edwin Abbott.
8 ABBOTT, Edwin Abbott. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by a Square.
Pasadena: Grant Dahlstrom, 1978. 1978 
4to. xii, [2], 82, [2] pp. Quarter black silver-stamped cloth, decorative boards. Fine. Includes a letter by George Kinney, co-owner of the Castle Press, to well-known cartographer Neal Harlow. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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9 ABBOTT, Marguerite. Proceedings Cerebral Palsy Institute, November 1950. Sponsored by The Coordinating Council for Cerebral Palsy in New York City, Inc.
New York: Association for the Aid of Crippled Children, 1950. 1950 
8vo. 136 pp. Spiral-bound boards, faded. Ownership signature of Margaret Jones. Good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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10 ABBOTT, Maude E. (1869-1940). Atlas of Congenital Cardiac Disease.
New York: American Heart Association, [1954]. 1954 
Folio. x, 62 pp. Illus. throughout, index. Maroon cloth; faded. LIMITED EDITION of 1500 copies. This is a facsimile of the original 1936 edition. "The facsimile reprint is sometimes confused with the original edition, but it has a printed label, with the date August 1954, glued to the title page. It has the same kind and color of cloth binding as the original edition but is slightly reduced in size." – Malcolm Kottler. Garrison-Morton 2865 cites the first edition. Abbott, one of Canada's earliest female medical graduates, an expert on congenital heart disease. She received her M.D., C.M. from Bishop's University in 1894 and was the only woman in her class. "In the Foreword to this book, the eminent cardiologist, Paul D. White, stated that 'it was left to Maude Abbott, fired by a spark from Osler, to make the subject one of such general and widespread interest that we no longer regard it with either disdain or awe as a mystery for the autopsy table alone to discover and to solve. She has been the most important of the pioneers in establishing congenital heart disease as a living part of clinical medicine.' Abbott, refused admission to the medical school of McGill University in Montreal, received her medical degree from Bishop's College. Abbott eventually was appointed to the McGill medical faculty and was later appointed curator of the McGill Medical Historical Museum. A skilled physician and pathologist, she utilized her broad clinical experience and exposure to the wide range of specimens at the museum to prepare this book on cardiac anomalies. Well illustrated with twenty-five detailed plates, it has become a classic in its field." – Heirs of Hippocrates 2276. First Edition. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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11 ABBOTT, Maude E., editor. Descriptive catalogue of the Medical Museum of McGill University. Arranged on a modified decimal system of museum classification. Part IV: Section I. The hæmopoietic organs. Catalogue and didactic introductions by Oskar C. Gruner.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1915. 1915 
8vo. xx, 203 pp. 12 plates (some color). Gray cloth; light wear to spine ends. Very good. Scarce. Bookplate of Elmer Belt. Much material and some samples shown of bone-marrow, lymph-nodes, the spleen, and the thymus gland. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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12 ABDILL, George B. A Locomotive Engineer's Album: the Saga of Steam Engines in America.
New York: Bonanza, (1965). 1965 
Fifth in the Old Railroad Series. 27 cm. 190 pp. Frontis., profusely illus. Black-stamped orange cloth, dust-jacket; jacket edges frayed slightly. Burndy bookplate. Very good. 
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13 ABEL, John J. (1857-1938) Chemistry in relation to biology & medicine with especial reference to insulin & other hormones.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1939. 1939 
The Willard Gibbs Lecture. Thin 8vo. 79 pp. Portrait of Abel, 1 fig. Original dark green cloth, gilt-stamped cover title. Fine. LIMITED EDITION of 825 copies. SUCCESSFUL HEMODIALYSIS PROVEN. DSB Vol. I, p.12; cf. Garrison & Morton 1206; Gedeon, Science and technology in medicine, #77.1 (pp. 396-398). 
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14 ABEL, John Jacob (1857-1938) & Walter S. DAVIS "On the Pigment of the Negro's Skin and Hair."
Offprint from: Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 1, no. 3, 1896. [New York]: D. Appleton 1896 paperback 2 
Offprint from: Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 1, no. 3, 1896. [New York]:: D. Appleton. 1896. paperback. 2. 8vo. 40 pp. 1 color plate; small marginal damp stain affecting corner of last half & plate. Original printed wrappers; early rubber stamp and ink ms. on cover. INSCRIBED BY ABEL. Very good. . Abel was professor of pharmacology at the Johns Hopkins University and made a number of significant studies including of the presence of histamine in the tissues, & the secretions of the pituitary gland. See: Garrison and Morton (many entries), & Garrison, History of Medicine. Dust jacket present. 
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15 ABEL, O.; A. BRAUER; E. DACQUÉ; F. DOFLEIN; K. GIESENHAGEN; R. GOLDSCHMIDT; R. HERTWIG; P. KAMMERER; H. KLAATSCH; O. MAAS; R. SEMON. Die Abstammungslehre Zwölf Gemeinverständliche Vorträge Über die Deszendenztheorie im Licht der Neuren Forschung. Gehalten im Winter-Semester 1910/11 im Müncher Verein für Naturkunde.
Jena: Gustav Fischer, 1911. 1911 
8vo. iv, 489 pp. 180 figures, index. Gray cloth, front cover brown-stamped pictorial and title; spine ends worn and edges a bit torn. Binding firm. As is. Twelve lectures on "descendant theory in light of neurons research," concerning evolution. 
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16 ABELSON, Philip H. (1913-2004), & Henry J. VOGEL. "Amino Acid Biosynthesis in Torulopsis Utilis and Neurospora Crassa." Offprint from: Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 213, no. 1.
No place: Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1955. 1955 
8vo. 355-364 pp. Tables. Printed wrappers. Ownership rubber stamp of Norman Horowitz, California Institute of Technology. Fine. Abelson was a remarkable scientist with a wide range of areas in which he was expert. In 1939 he and Edwin McMillan discovered the first transuranic element (Neptunium), and Abelson went on to develop a liquid thermal diffusion process which was used to enrich uranium for the first atomic bomb. During the 1950's he discovered that amino acids can survive in fossils, a finding that would greatly influence biochemists and the study of paleontology. He later became editor of Science. 
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17 ABERCROMBIE, John Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of the Brain and the Spinal Cord
Edinburgh: Waugh & Innes 1834 hardcover 3 
Edinburgh:: Waugh & Innes. 1834. hardcover. 3. Third edition. Small 8vo. xx, 457 pp. Later quarter black cloth over original brown cloth boards, white ms. spine title; inner hinges reinforced with tape, spine poorly repaired, corners bumped. Good. Dust jacket present. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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18 ABERCROMBIE, John Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of the Stomach, the Intestine Canal, the Liver, and other Viscera of the Abdomen
Philadelphia: Carey and Lea 1830 hardcover 2 
Philadelphia:: Carey and Lea. 1830. hardcover. 2. 8vo. xxiv, (25)-416 pp. Maroon morocco-backed marbled boards, lightly foxed. Very good. 
Price: 185.00 USD
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19 ABERCROMBIE, John (1780-1844). Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of the Stomach, the Intestinal Canal, the Liver, and Other Viscera of the Abdomen.
Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1830. 1830 
8vo. xxiv, 416 pp. Title-page ownership signature, heavy offsetting to front pastedown and f.f.e.p., light foxing scattered throughout especially at first and last few pages, top right corner stained through p. 37 (not affecting text). Full calf, gilt-stamped spine and black leather spine label; edges rubbed, spine head torn, else very good. A sturdy reading copy. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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20 ABERCROMBIE, John. Pathological and practical researches on diseases of the stomach, the intestinal canal, the liver, and other viscera of the abdomen. Third American from the second London edition, enlarged.
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1838. 1838 
8vo. 320, ads. (25)-32 pp. Top edge of text waterstained, occasional browning. Modern gray cloth, dark morocco spine label. Fine. 
Price: 115.00 USD
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