eList #50 - Books on Nurses

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N1. BANFILL, B. J. Pioneer Nurse.
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1967). First Canadian edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with tape repairs at spine head.

N2. BANFILL, Nurse B. J. With the Indians of the Pacific.
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1966. First Canadian edition. Near fine in chipped and worn d/w.

N3. BEAUCHAMP, Pat. Fanny Went to War.
London: George Routledge and Sons, (1940). First edition, inscribed by the author. 8vo., original red cloth, ix, 240pp. Illustrated with photographs throughout. Name, otherwise fine in chipped and worn dustwrapper. An autobiographical narrative of WWI’s First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (F.A.N.Y.).

N4. CUMMING, Kate. Kate: The Journal of a Confederate Nurse by… edited by Richard Barksdale Harwell.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, (1959). First edition. With illustrations. Bookplate removed, otherwise near fine in dustwrapper with wear to extremities.

N5. HOPE, Mary E. (pseud. of Mary Elizabeth Gibbon). Northward My Calling.
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (1954). First edition. Boards darkened, very good in d/w with dampstaining and significant chipping. Watters p.503.

N6. KERNODLE, Portia B. The Red Cross Nurse in Action 1882-1948.
New York: Harper & Brothers, (1949). Reprint. With illustrations. About fine in very good dustwrapper.

N7. MANTON, Jo. Sister Dora the Life of Dorothy Pattison.
London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., (1971). First edition. Near fine in very good dustwrapper.

N8. MERRICK, Elliott. Northern Nurse.
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1942. First edition. Name, boards spotted with very faint dampstaining, about near fine in chipped d/w. About Merrick’s wife, Kay Austen, an Australian-born nurse in Labrador.

N9. POLLARD, Eliza F. Florence Nightingale The Wounded Soldiers Friend.
London: S. W. Patridge & Co., nd. (189-?) 8vo., orig. blue cloth pictorially dec. in black, white, and gilt, x, (11)-160, 32pp. ads. “Fully Illustrated.” Near fine.

N10. STEARNS, Amanda Akin. The Lady Nurse of Ward E.
New York: The Baker and Taylor Company, 1909. First edition. 8vo., orig. red cloth lettered in gilt, with pictorial paper panel on upper cover, 312pp. With frontispiece and two portraits. Fine. Civil war.

N11. (TERROT, Sarah Anne). Nurse Sarah Anne With Florence Nightingale at Scutari. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Robert G. Richardson. With a Forward by Charles Hugh Terrot.
(London): John Murray, (1977). First edition. With illustrations. Boards slightly bowed, otherwise fine in fine dustwrapper.

N12. TOOLEY, Sarah A. The Life of Florence Nightingale.
London: Cassell and Co., 1907. First published 1905. 8vo., orig. red cloth lettered in gilt w/ pictorial paper panel on upper cover, (xvi), 344pp. With illustrations. Scattered foxing, near fine.

N13. (WARNER, Agnes). “My Beloved Poilus” Those Home Letters from an American Girl, Daughter of a Retired General of the U.S. Army, Giving Her Trained Services, Caring for the Wounded in France at an Army Station…
St. John N. B.: Barnes & Co., 1917. First edition. 8vo., cloth-backed printed paper boards, iv, 3-123pp. With illustrations. Stamp, light wear, stain to rear board, still about near fine.

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