Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849. Americana - 19th Century - History of Medicine - New York - Cholera Epidemic.
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849
Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849

Report of the Proceedings of the Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health, in Relation to the Cholera, as it Prevailed in New York in 1849

New York, NY: McSpedon & Baker, 1849. First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. Item #26993

106 pages; the main section concerned with the overall report and findings on the disease and its course; with useful Appendix section covering specific hospitals and their conclusions; with charts and lists, concerning employment factors, immigrant status by nation and numbers of disease, contagion, stages of the condition & the death rates, among other information. Approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/4"size; bound in the original printed gray-brown paper wraps. Binding very darkened, edges chipped; contents with occasional foxed page; in good condition.

Price: $65.00