History of Blockley: A History of the Philadelphia General Hospital From Its Inception, 1731-1928

By: Croskey, John Welsh

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First edition. No jacket, pages toned. 1929 Hard Cover. 765 pp. Illustrated with 15 half-tone plates. The Philadelphia General Hospital is one of the oldest and most important institutions of its type in the United States. The men who have been associated with the hospital in recent years have collaborated to produce an historical work concerning it, which provides at the same time what is almost a medical history of Philadelphia. The work includes essays by Drs. Croskey, Agnew, Mills, Doane and Da Costa concerning various epochs in the history of the hospital, biographies of all the physicians now deceased who served in the hospital, and a list of living men who have been attached to the institution. The work of the school of nursing is reviewed by S. Lillian Clayton.Keywords: JOHN WELSH CROSKEY HISTORY BLOCKLEY HISTORY PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITAL FROM ITS INCEPTION 1731 1928 MEDICAL MEDICINE FIRST EDITION

Title: History of Blockley: A History of the Philadelphia General Hospital From Its Inception, 1731-1928

Author: Croskey, John Welsh

Categories: Medical,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: F.A. Davis Company: 1929

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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