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London: J. & A. Churchill, 1917. 1st edition. xii, 582 pp (including Index). Illustrated. 12mo. 7-3/8" x 5". Light blue cloth binding with green stamped title lettering to spine. A popular work on the subject, that remained in print for the next few decades. This first edition uncommon on the commercial market.
Racine: Whitman Publishing Company, (1965). 214,  pp. Series advert penultimate page. Illustrated by Gerald Powell. 12mo. Yellow pictorial composition boards. Pictorial eps. "Of the several nurse series for girls, NURSES THREE is probably the most realistic in showing the day-to-day challenges of the average nurse." [The Girls' Series Companion].
Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1845. 1st US edition (American Imprints 45-6361; Coradasco 40-1253). From the 2nd London edition. viii,  - 353,  pp (including Index). Last page blank. 40 page publisher catalogue at rear. 12mo, in 6s. 7-7/8" x 4-7/8". Original publisher's brown cloth with gilt stamped spine lettering...
[New York]: Arcadia House Inc., (1968). 192 pp. 8vo. Peach-colored cloth binding with black spine lettering. Black & green dust jacket. A Navy nurse faces the dilemma of career vs. romance (with her senior corpsman).