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Reminiscenses of a Male Midwife, Johnson, Herman W., M.D.
1 Johnson, Herman W., M.D.
Reminiscenses of a Male Midwife
Self Published: 1954: First Edition: Hard Cover: Near Fine: No Jacket: SIGNED: Green cloth hardcover with gilt lettering on the front cover. A few small scuff marks, otherwise fine. Signed by the author: "To Helen and ___, with deep affection, Dr. Herman." 47 pages with a few black and white photos including a frontispiece photo of a portrait of Dr. Johnson painted by Roberto Fantuzzi. Biographical information from the McGovern Historical Center in Houston, where Dr. Johnson's papers reside: "Herman Walter Johnson, MD (1883-1958) was born in Andover, Vermont on August 2, 1883. He graduated from the University of Buffalo Medical School in 1905 and, after years of working as a male midwife in New York and Texas, was appointed Professor and Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Baylor College of Medicine. He served in World War I as a major in the United States Army Medical Corps. He held memberships and fellowships at the State Board of Medical Examiners for the State of Texas, the Academy International of Medicine, the Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Houston Surgical Society.": 08927: 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
Claude Bernard & the Experimental Method in Medicine, Olmsted, J.M.D. & E. Harris Olmsted
2 Olmsted, J.M.D. & E. Harris Olmsted
Claude Bernard & the Experimental Method in Medicine
New York: Abelard-Schuman: 1952: Hard Cover: Near Fine: Very Good: Jacket chipped and has a bit of edge wear. The publisher's name has been corrected with a printed label adhered over the published name on the title page and also on the rear panel of the jacket. 277 pages with Bibliographical References and Index. From the jacket: The life story of the founder of experimental medicine, whom Pasteur described as "one of the purest personifications of the scientist.": 06503: 
Price: 12.00 USD
 
 
Balancing Act: Memoir of a Southern Woman Doctor, Yow, Martha Dukes
3 Yow, Martha Dukes
Balancing Act: Memoir of a Southern Woman Doctor
Austin, Texas: Eakin Press: 1997: 1571681604 / 9781571681607: First Edition: Hard Cover: Near Fine: Near Fine: SIGNED: 205 pages with References. Inscribed by the author to the book's previous owner (Mrs. Harris). The author grew up in rural South Carolina during the Great Depression, received her medical training during World War II in North Carolina (Bowman Gray & Duke) and later at Baylor in Houston, where she joined the faculty in 1955 and remained there until 1989. She received many honors during her career as a physician, teacher, and research scientist.: 07674: 
Price: 15.00 USD
 



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