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  1. Album with over 100 original photographs and picture postcard all depicting the ‘‘Stads- en Academisch

      Ziekenhuis’’ Utrecht, ca. 1936-1941.
      A lot of photographs with descriptive text at the rear. Nearly all on the school of nursery. Some rare 

      photographs. Spet. 39 O.K. Chirur. afd. S.A.Z.U. Professor Lameris opereert een Struma., photograph made by

      Nico Jesse with his stamp.   


  2. Cook, Sir Edward: The Life of Florence Nightingale.
      lst ed., 2vols., 507+510p., original cloth, London, 1913.


  3. Nightingale, F.: Notes on Nursing. What it is, and what t is not.
      1st ed. 79p., cloth, London, 1860.   


  4. Nightingale, F.: Autograph Letter Signed, written by Nightingale staying at Claydon House, to Mrs. George

      Harford Battersby, wife of the then vicar of Middle Claydon. 25 September, 1891. Single sheet, octavo (177x

      144 mm). Double-sided letter written in pencil on Claydon House, Winslow, Bucks headed letter paper. With

      an envelope, the words "Private. On Her Majesty's Service" printed in black to recto, inscribed by Harford

      Battersby's son in ink wih the details of the letter.     


  5. Pollard, Eliza F.: Florence Nightingale. The Wounded Soldier’s Friend. 
      1st ed., 160p., original cloth, London, 1899.                                                                                                                                   


  6. Richards, Linda: Reminiscences of Linda Richards. America's First trained Nurse.
      1st ed., 121p., cloth, Boston, 1911.                                                                                                                                                 

  7. Robinson, V.: White Caps. The Story of Nursing.
      1st ed., 425p., cloth, Philadelphia & New York, 1946.                                                                                                                

  8. Wald, Lillian D.: The House on Henry Street.
      1st ed., 317p., cloth, New York, 1915.                                                                                                                                    


  9. Wintle, W. J. & Witts, Florence: Florence Nightingale and Frances E. Eillard. The story of their times.

      1st ed., 144p., London, 1896.

10. Wintle, W. J.: The Story of Florence Nightingale, The Heroine of the Crimea.
      154p., original decorated cloth, London, 1928.                                                                                             



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