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Respiratory Disease: A Photographic History, 1845-1945, Selections form the Burns Archive, Special Cased Limited Edition Set of Four Books (First Edition) [SIGNED]
The Burns Archive Press, New York 2003 - First edition, first printing. Limited slipcased edition of 425 copies (this being #109/425), hand-numbered in blue ink and signed in black ink by Burns on a label tipped in to the inside front cover of Volume 1. Volume 1 is also signed and numbered in blue ink by Burns on the title page. Four volumes sharing the following format: Hardcover. Photographically illustrated paper-covered boards; no dust jacket as issued. Contained in a custom black cloth-covered slipcase with title stamped in silver on front and spine. Text by Stanley B. Burns, MD. Designed by Elizabeth A. Burns & The Burns Archive. Includes a list of plates, a bibliography and photographic terms. Unpaginated (64 pp.), with 25 four-color plates. 11-1/2 x 9 inches.Volume 1: 1845-1870, The Pioneer Era. ISBN: 0961295848.Volume 2: 1871-1895, The Antiseptic Era. ISBN: 0961295856.Volume 3: 1896-1920, The X-Ray Era. ISBN: 0961295874.Volume 4: 1921-1945, The Serology Era. ISBN: 0961295872. Near Fine (slight bump to lower corner of Volume 4 and slipcase, else Fine). A photographic history of respiratory disease in four volumes, containing reproductions of photographs from The Burns Archive, as well as introductory essays and detailed descriptions of the plates by Dr. Burns. Signed by Author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Vincent Borrelli, Bookseller]
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