Hardcover, Dover, NH: A. P. Richmond personal collection, N.D. Good with no dust jacket.
Book has sound binding, broken hinges. Pages tanned, mostly clean with occasional marginalia. Faded photographic prints pasted to front pastedown. 13 small cyanotype prints pasted to rear pastedown. Cloth over boards is edge worn with bumped corners, wear to top and bottom of spine, and overall shelf wear. Ephemera is in good to very good condition with several pieces glued to front endpapers of the book and the remainder loose. ; Book is 989 pages, 9.75" tall. Ephemera includes Formula for Making Self-Adjusting Splints: A Surgical Desideratum (with Richmond's notes in margin), a published list of physicians of the city of Dover NH agreeing to adhere to a Tariff of Prices adopted at the regular meeting of the Dover Medical Association, September 2, 1879 (price list included), and fee tables adopted by the Dover Medical Society in 1899 and 1917, all affixed to front endpapers. Loose papers include a card advertising a YMCA men's meeting; an advertising card from Otis Clapp & Son of Boston promoting its Malt and Cod-Liver Oil Compound; an advertising card for F. W. Buckley, exclusive maker of the Buckley Shirts (Oneonta, NY); a brochure advertising Frederick Stearns & Company's Wine of Cod Liver Oil with Peptonate of Iron (Detroit, Michigan); Richmond's handwritten instructions for attending a sprained ankle, with sketch; two pages of Richmond's handwritten notes on treating heart conditions with herbal medicines; Richmond's handwritten notes on treating prolapsus ani of children that defies other treatment; notes on treating a fractured ankle, with sketch; two pages of notes on treating dislocation of the shoulder, with sketch; notes on testing for albumin; notes on testing for effusion into the knee joint; a list of foods to be taken (for an unspecified condition); formula for treatment of unspecified condition ("one drop gives instant relief); and a patient statement from 1895. Richmond practiced general medicine in Dover, New Hampshire, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition to being active in medical organizations, he served as medical examiner in Dover during the 1890s.