[DROP-HEAD TITLE]. PARESIS Stamford, Connecticut: [n. p.], [ca. 1891-1900?].
1900. 8vo, pp. ; evidence of previous horizontal folds, with some marginal dust-soiling, notably along fore-edge, small marginal tears at edges old old folds; On the grim symptoms of neurosyphilis and general paresis of the insane and the treatments afforded by the alienist Amos J Givens (1864-1919) at his sanatarium in Stamford. Atwater notes that Givens was an 1886 graduate of the Eclectic Medical Institute in Cincinnati; the NY Time obituary for Givens supplies the date of 1891 as the year he founded his popular sanatarium. OCLC locates copies at the National Library of Medicine, Yale, the New York Academy of Medicine and the College of Physicians.
Condition: stapled as issued in the original pictorial wrappers, rear cover with illustration of Dr. Givens’ Sanitarium, Stamford, Conn; a little dog-eared, but a good copy.