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[HENRI DE ROTHSCHILD - DOCTOR] ROTHSCHILD (Henri de). The physician in contemporary society. Conference given at the farmers' hall on March 21, 1911. Paris: Librairie L. Conquet, L. Carteret, 1911. - Large in-8, jansenist red morocco, spine gilt, untrimmed, cover preserved, case (Baillot). First edition. Copy on japon, very well bound. Also included: - ROTHSCHILD (Henri de). La Bienfaisance antique. Hospital establishments and medical aid. Paris, 1890. - In-16, paperback. Rare edition, printed in a small number. Copy on japanese paper, with an autograph letter from the author to Mrs Destreez. Stained cover. - ROTHSCHILD (Henri de) - LÉOPOLD-LÉVI. Studies on the physo-pathology of the thyroid body and the pituitary gland. Preface by. M. Ch. Achard. With 4 figures and 9 plates. Paris : Octave Doin, 1908. - In-8, paperback. Spine broken, tears to the cover. - ADAMKIEWICZ (Albert). Les Véritables centers du mouvement ou l'incitation motrice volontaire (ou l'acte de volonté). Translated from the German by Baroness Henri de Rothschild (With a figure in the text). Paris : Jules Rousset, 1910. - In-16, half havana chagrin, spine gilt, untrimmed, cover preserved (period binding). Copy on Hollande, from the library of Henri de Rothschild, with bookplate. Rubbing to the hinges. - FACHATTE (Raymond). Puberty and the first menstrual disorders. Étude clinique. Paris : Henri Jouve, 1898. - In-8, dark green half-maroquin of the time. Autograph signed letter from the author to Henri de Rothschild. Spine faded. - Number 199 of the journal Action française, in which appears an article by Jacques Bainville entitled La Réclame juive. L'Héroïsme du Dr Henri de Rothschild. Some foxing and tears to the cover. - MARIE (Pierre). Lessons on the diseases of the marrow. Work accompanied by 244 schematic or life-like figures. Paris : G. Masson, 1892. - In-8, half tan basane, smooth spine decorated, speckled edges (period binding). First edition. Copy bearing the stamp of the medical library of the Henri de Rothschild foundation. This provenance is rare because a large part of this library was destroyed by the Germans after being requisitioned. Some rubbing from use. First endpapers and false title unbound. Provenance: Henri de Rothschild, with bookplate.
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