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1 CALDWELL, Anne E. Origins of psychopharmacology from CPZ to LSD.
Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, (1970). 1970 Signed
American Lecture Series, No. 777. 235 x 155 mm. 8vo. xiv, 225 pp. Bibliog., indexes. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, dust-jacket. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on front paste down. Fine. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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2 CULLEN, William. A Treatise of the Materia Medica.
Philadelphia: Mathew Carey, 1808. 
2 volumes in one. 8vo. viii, 256; iv, 349 pp. 2 title-pages, index; pastedowns heavily foxed, text clean. Original full calf, gilt-stamped orange leather spine label; extremities heavily worn, hinges cracked, spine head missing a piece. Ownership initials of H.N.P. As is. Third American edition of Cullen’s monumental pharmacopeia. “Dr. Cullen’s chief purpose in the present work is to give the principles upon which the various substances comprehended in the Materia Medica are to be judged of as medicines; to correct the errors of former writers in that respect; and to offer some new principles and doctrines which appear to him to be necessary. These doctrines are given partly in his general introduction, and partly in the reflections on the general operation of medicines, prefixed to the several chapters” (ER, p. 33). “A Treatise of the Materia Medica....” English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature. Vol. 15. (1790): 32-39 pp.; Garrison & Morton 1838 (1789 edition). 
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3 DA SILVA ARAUJO, Carlos. L’influence Francaise sur la culture Bresilienne sur la pharmacie et la medicine, en particulier.
Rio de Janeiro: Olimica, (1973). 1973 Signed
234 x 157 mm. 8vo. 88 pp. Numerous illus., bibliog., curriculum vita of Da Silva Araujo. Printed wrappers; spine ends bumped. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Ownership rubber stamp on title. Very good. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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4 EBERLE, John (1787-1838). A Treatise of the Materia Medica Therapeutics…. In Two Volumes.
Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot, 1836. 
Vol. 1 only. Fourth Edition, Much Enlarged and Corrected. 12mo (in 6s). [4] ads., [2], x, (11)-450 pp. Foxed, stained, few dog ears. Original gilt stamped calf with black faded title label; worn, boards showing, cracked joints and hinges. As is Kelly, Howard. Dictionary of American Medical Biography, New York & London: D. Appleton, 1928, pp. 366-367. 
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5 GUITARD, Eugene, & Charles BUCHET. Deux Siecles de Presse au Service de la Pharmacie et cinquante ans de -L’Union Pharmaceutique.-
Paris: Pharmacie Centrale de France, 1913. 1913 
8vo. 316 pp. 22 illustrations. Printed wrappers. Very good. RARE. SECOND EDITION. An important history of pharmacology in France. Contains a great deal of bibliographic information, focuses on antiquarian books and periodicals from as early as 1665. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6 HAMARNEH, Sami. "Pharmacy in prints."
Offprint from: Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Vol. NS10, No. 4, April 1970. 1970 
286 x 210 mm. 4to. (216)-220 pp. Vignette, 8 figs., 3 ports. Printed wrappers; folded, ms. ink notations on top cover. Very good. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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7 HAZARD, Rene. Actualites Pharmacologiques. Première Serie.
Paris: Masson, 1949. 1949 
8vo. vi, 161, [1] pp. Text figs. Previous owner’s inked signatures and rubber stamps. Printed wrappers. Very good. Autograph letter from the author tipped in. Features articles by J. Cheymol, D. DanielopolĂą, R. Hazard, J. La Barre, A. Lespagnol and G. Valette. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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8 IMBESI, A. 2 offprints.
[Italy]: 1961-1963. 1961 
8vo. (421)-431; [ii], 57 pp. 5 plates; 3 plates, bibliog. Printed wrappers; 1 with 2 holes punched along spine. Ownership rubber stamps on top covers. Very good. One essay on a Sicilian materia medica and another on the introduction of the lemon to Italy. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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9 JELLIFFE, Smith Ely. An Introduction to Pharmacognosy.
Philadelphia, New York & London: W. B. Saunders, 1904. 
8vo. 265, 16 pp. 74 figures, index. Triple-ruled charcoal cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; light offsetting to gently toned pastedowns. “Compliments of the publisher” slip and period Saunders advertisements laid-in. Very good. 
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10 MENDEL, Lafayette B., et al The vitamins; a symposium on the present status of the knowledge of vitamins
(Chicago: American Medical Association 1932 hardcover 2 
(Chicago:: American Medical Association. 1932. hardcover. 2. 221 x 145 mm. 8vo. 192 pp. Tables, index. Gray cloth; lightly rubbed. Very good. . Reprints 10 articles on vitamins originally published in the Journal of the American Medical Association from April to August, 1932. Authors include Herbert McLean Evans on vitamin E. Dust jacket present. 
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11 MEYER, Hans H. & R. GOTTLIEB; HALSEY, John Taylor (trans.). Pharmacology: Clinical and Experimental. A Groundwork of Medical Treatment, Being a Text-Book for Students and Physicians.
Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott, (1914). 1914 
Large 8vo. xii, 604 pp. Illustrations (some in color), figs., index. Maroon cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; minor fraying to spine ends. Near Fine. 
Price: 39.00 USD
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12 MEYER, Hans Horst, & Rudolph GOTTLIEB. Die experimentelle Pharmakologie als Grundlage der Arzneibehandlung; ein lehrbuch fUr studierende und arzte.
Berlin, Wein: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1920. 1920 
8vo. xx, 694 pp. 84 illustrations (some in color), 2 color plates, index. Modern quarter burgundy morocco, marbled boards. Fine copy. Beautiful binding! FOURTH EDITION. This monograph presents the idea of pharmacology as the basis of medical treatment. Meyer is most well known for his work with E. Overton regarding the role of lipoid solvents in narcosis. Garrison p. 653. See also: Garrison and Morton, 1900, 5685.1; Major p. 928. 
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13 STANNARD "Hippocratic Pharmacology."
Offprint from: Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. XXXV, no. 6 1961 paperback 1 
Offprint from:: Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. XXXV, no. 6. 1961. paperback. 1. 8vo. 497-518 pp. Printed wrappers. FINE. 
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14 STANNARD, Jerry. Materia Medica in the Locke-Clarke Correspondence.
[no place]: Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1963. 
8vo. 201-225 pp. Bibliog. Printed wrappers. Reprint. Fine. 
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15 USV Pharmaceutical. Oral antidiabetic therapy; a compendium of significant articles on phenformin hydrochloride tablets 25 mg. & Phenformin hydrochloride timed-disintegration capsules 50 mg.
Tuchahoe, New York: USV Pharmaceutical, (1971). 1971 
8vo. 60 pp. Gilt-stamped brown cloth. Fine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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New York: Burroughs Wellcome, & Co., n.d. 
Small 8vo. 379 pp. Illustrations. Maroon cloth. Fine. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Reference guide for those in the medical profession containing names of medicaments, a list of Burroughs & Wellcome products with a price list, and including an index of diseases and treatments. First Edition. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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17 [American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics]. CHEN, K. K., editor. The American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Incorporated. The first sixty years, 1908-1969.
(Washington, D.C.: American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1969). 1969 
260 x 185 mm. 4to. viii, 225 pp. Figs., 18 tables, index. Gilt-stamped green cloth. Ownership rubber stamp. Ex library spine number, pocket on rear paste-down. Very good. 
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18 [Pharmacy]. Art and pharmacy....
Deventer: Ysel, 1965. 1965 
Two volumes. 255 x 244 mm. Square 8vo. 11 pp., 42 ff.; 9 pp., 42 ff. 42 beautiful full-color reproductions of art works that depict the role of pharmacy in human culture. Gilt-stamped red cloth. Very good. 
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