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Let There Be Life: The Contemporary Account of Edna L. Griffin, M.D.
Pasadena, California: Published by M.S. Sen. (1947). First. First edition. Tall octavo. 135pp, Frontispiece portrait. Green cloth title stamped on front board in pale yellow. Neat owner's name front fly ("Zephyr M. Ramsey"), a bit of rubbing at the spine ends, else very near fine; no dustwrapper, almost certainly as issued. An interesting account of Griffin, an African-American physician who graduated from Meharry Medical College and had to cope with, and worked to change the racially segregated medical system in Pasadena. The author of this account, African-American Helen Kitchin Branson, was legally blind and in 1997 wrote a personal memoir about herself and her blind husband. Very cheaply made and seldom encountered. .
      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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