1901 Impressions of a Doctor in Khaki
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First Edition, Folding Maps, Scarce
First edition in the original cloth binding. With a loosely inserted author's compliments slip. A first edition copy of Sir Francis Fremantle's memoirs of his experiences serving as a medical officer in the Second Boer War. Fremantle became chairman of the Parliamentary Medical Committee from 1923 to 1943 and was recognised as a spokesperson for the medical profession during this time. Includes 34 photographs in plates, and 31 pen and ink drawings, one of which is a fold-out map. Collated complete.
First edition in the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally smart with slight wear to the head and tail of the spine and a minor shelf wear mark to the back board. Slight warping to the front board. Internally, binding strained. Pages bright and clean, with some spotting to the front and rear free endpapers. Slight loss to page 159, not affecting the text.
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