2.ANONYMOUS.Halt! Who's There? By the author of "Aunt Sarah and the War" (WORLD WAR ONE FICTION).New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1916.
First Edition. Short World War One theme novel set in a hospital, "but the cases recorded are those of men who, though wounded in body, are spiritually whole. It is the ideals of England that manifest themselves throughout." Near Fine in Very Good, printed dustjacket, some spotting and few small light stains.Item #17564
3.BAILEY, Temple.Enchanted Ground.Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Co., (1933).
First Edition. Romance novel about a doctor living in Florida. Near Fine with signature at front free end paper in Near Fine dustjacket with publisher's book-mark removed from front flap, modest shelf wear.Item #12598
4.BALDWIN, Faith.Breath of Life.New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1942.
First Edition. Alan Haemer dustjacket art. Novel of a love triange, an obstetrician, his secretively alcoholic wife and his devoted nurse. An uncommon Faith Baldwin title. This copy with a bookplate signed by Baldwin at front free endpaper. Near Fine, small christmas gift sticker at front free endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket, tiny chips at spine ends, short closed tears at top front panel.Item #15605
5.BALDWIN, Faith.He Married A Doctor.New York: Farrar & Rinehart, (1943).
First Edition. Ellen Segner dustjacket art. Signed and Inscribed by author to front free endpaper. Dramatic story of a young woman doctor finding conflict between her career and her marriage. Near Fine in an Almost Near Fine dustjacket, spine a bit faded, light rubbing to spine ends and corners and cm tear to top spine end.Item #19701
6.BALLIN, Hugo.Stigma.New York: The Macaulay Co., (1928).
First Edition. Charles Durant dustjacket art. Novel about a young woman who grows up to discover that her father killed a doctor. The author was a Hollywood director and producer, having worked his way up from Art Director to starting his own production company. He directed such films as Pagan Love and East Lynne. He also worked in the art department for the Wizard Of Oz. Very Good plus with mild spotting to cloth and front inside hinge showing webbing in Very Good plus dustjacket with generally mild edge wear.Item #13241
First Edition. Manso dustjacket art. Thrilling novel of a doctor accused of malpractice when he operated on a young girl at the scene of a serious accident despite her protests in his best attempt to save her life. Near Fine in a Very Good price-clipped dustjacket, with red at spine mostly faded and shallow edge wear including few short closed tears, small chips and creases.Item #18637
First Edition. Romance novel about a young doctor who gets mixed up in love between his childhood crush and his office nurse. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket with chipping to spine ends and light stain affecting top portion of spine and top rear spine edge.Item #13379
9.CONNOR, Ralph.The Doctor.New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, (1906).
Early Printing. “Special Limited Edition.” Story of adventure, honor and romance in the Rocky Mountains. Very Good in a Very Good dustjacket with some fading and several small stains to spine, and shallow chipping to spine ends and small chip to center of spine, dime-sized tear to top rear corner.Item #17811
10.CRONIN, A. J. [Archibald Joseph].Grand Canary.Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1933.
First Edition. Author's third novel and story of a ruined doctor who travels to the Canary Islands. "The short passenger list included among others two fervent missionaries, an ex-pugilist, and Lady Mary Fielding. The passengers arrived at their destination in the midst of an epidemic of yellow fever." Basis for the 1934 black and white Fox Film directed by Irving Cummings and starring Warner Baxter and Madge Evans. Near Fine, some foxing to page edges, in Very Good dustjacket, some shallow edge chips and tiny closed tears, some mended at verso with scotch tape.Item #21941
11.DARBYSHIRE, Shirley.Henrietta Condon, M.D.London: Ivor Nicholson and Watson, (1936).
First Edition. Bip Pares dustjacket art. Novel based on the life of a pioneer woman doctor from Australia who finds success in America where she practiced for many years among the poor of New York and Boston. "Returning to England in her late middle age, she continued her medical work and was among the first to start slum clearance schemes. The Great War found her still active, although she was then eighty." Rather uncommon example of a Bip Pares dustjacket, having been produced on some kind of paper-thin wood veneer. Very Good, faded spine tips, front endpaper removed and top part of half-title page torn away, in Very Good dustjacket, shallow chipping at spine ends and flap corners, edges with some short closed tears and wear.Item #22213
13.DE PUE, E Spence.Dr. Nicholas Stone.Chicago: M. A. Donohue and Co., (1915).
Early Edition. Hubin listed mystery novel of a doctor detective first published by Dillingham in 1905. Judging from the ads for this copy, Donohue reprinted the title in the mid-teens. This copy with the scarce illustrated dustjacket. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, few marks at front panel from the removal of Christmas seals, few small chips at lower spine end.Item #8981
14.DEEPING, Warwick.The Dark House.Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1941).
First Canadian Edition. Zairo dustjacket art. Victorian set novel of a young doctor and surgeon who has an affair with one of his patients. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, shallow chips at spine ends, narrow chip at front flap edge.Item #21680
15.DEEPING, Warwick.Roper's Row.New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929.
First Edition. Novel of the struggles, trials, and sacrifices of a rising surgeon. Very Good with bookplate removed from front pasted down, in a Very Good dustjacket with spine darkened and very shallow chipping to spine edges, few small closed tears to panel edges.Item #18121
16.DELAND, Margaret.The Voice.New York: Harper and Brothers, 1912.
First Edition. W. H. D. Koerner illustrations. A Dr. Lavendar story. Publisher's bookmark advertising 'The Net' by Rex Beach laid in. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket with some shallow edge chips and some foxing.Item #23397
17.DELAND, Margaret.The Voice.New York: Harper and Brothers, 1912.
First Edition. W. H. D. Koerner illustrations. A Dr. Lavendar story. Publisher's bookmark advertising 'The Net' by Rex Beach laid in. Very Good in Very Good dustjacket with some shallow edge chips and some foxing.Item #26111
18.DIVINE, Charles.Cognac Hill.New York: Payson and Clarke Ltd, (1927).
First Edition. First World War One set novel of an American Army hospital unit in a French village. "Against this background the love affairs of soldiers and nurses and the French villagers, the daily grind, the lure of cognac, the conflicting emotions of futility and inspiration crowd the book with a rare combination of colour and authentic fact". Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, some darkening to spine, edges with a few closed tears a few inches in length.Item #20565
21.DONER, Mary Frances.The Doctor's Party.Philadelphia: Penn Publishing. (1940).
Second Printing. Ralph Crosby Smith dustjacket art. Contemporary romance written by a physician concerning a doctor and his attempts to bring a group of young people together. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, spine color mildly faded.Item #9607
22.DOWD, Emma C.Polly of the Hospital Staff.Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1912.
First Edition. Jeremeaux dustjacket art and illustrations. Story of a little girl who is so charming that after her convalescence the hospital staff hires her as a mascot. Very Good in a Very Good plus dustjacket with some mild spotting to white of cover.Item #17855
23.EDWARDS, James G.The Private Pavilion.Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co. for The Crime Club, 1935.
First Edition. Hospital set murder mystery in which a doctor needs to clear his name from a clever murder in which his operation looks to be the mostly likely cause of death. "The motives of the dead woman's lovely and ruthless daughter, her middle aged gigolo, her husband who was trying unsuccessfully to get a divorce, his inamorata, connected in some strange way with a junior intern, and that same young intern who had just opened a mysterious savings account". Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, couple of small edge nicks, some edge wear, red print only lightly faded at spine.Item #26772
24.ELIOT, Ethel Cook.Green Doors.Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1933.
Second Printing, same month as First. Peter Hurd dustjacket art. Novel of a city doctor who falls in love with the country girl he is psychoanalyzing. Uncommon early psychology novel. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket.Item #20814
25.FAME, John.Witchery of an Oriental Lamp.New York: Best Sellers Co., (1923).
First Edition. J. G. Stephenson dustjacket art. Intriguing potboiler of a novel unabashedly promoting Prohibition by narrating the endless defeats of an alcoholic doctor. Near Fine in near Very Good dustjacket, shallow chipping and edge wear, few inch closed tear at lower rear panel.Item #18477