Memoirs of the Life and Services of Daniel Drake, M.D., Physician, Professor, and Author; with Notices of the Early Settlement of Cincinnati. and Some of Its Pioneer Citizens.

By: Mansfield, Edward D. [Deering]

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1860 printing. Former copy of Rochester Academy of Medicine, usual marks, including bookplate on front endpaper stating 'Acquired by the Library through the Bequest of Clarence V. Costello, M.D.' Light stain on top page corner throughout and fore-edge margin of first few pages, foxed throughout. 1855 Hard Cover. x, 408, [12] pp. 8vo. Black leather spine over cloth covered boards, gilt titles & rules. A biography of the physician who taught at several medical schools, and founded the Medical College of Ohio (now called the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine) and the Commercial Hospital and Lunatic Asylum (now called the University of Cincinnati Hospital) in the early 19th century. He was also well-known for his two-volume work on diseases of the interior valley of North America, which included important commentary on the natural history of malaria. Sabin 44369. Howes M264.

Title: Memoirs of the Life and Services of Daniel Drake, M.D., Physician, Professor, and Author; with Notices of the Early Settlement of Cincinnati. and Some of Its Pioneer Citizens.

Author: Mansfield, Edward D. [Deering]

Categories: 19th Century and Earlier, 19th Century, Early Imprints, Biography, Americana,

Publisher: Applegate & Co.: 1855

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2036674

Keywords: MEDICAL BIOGRAPHY DR. DANIEL DRAKE DOCTOR MEDICINE AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY CINCINNATI OHIO OH PIONEER FRONTIER SETTLEMENT,