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Stearns, Henry Putnam.  The relations of insanity to modern civilization. Hartford, CT: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1879. 8vo (22.7 cm, 9"). 14 pp.
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A paper "reprinted from the pages of Scribner's Monthly," and "read before the New England Psychological Society, March, 1878."
        Henry Putnam Stearns (1828–1905) was the director of the Hartford Retreat for the Insane in Connecticut.
        Provenance: Inscribed on the front wrapper, "With the sincere regards of the author."
        WorldCat has located three institutional holdings in the U.S.

In tan wrappers; wrappers and several leaves chipped, loss to bottom corner of wrappers and leaves. Interior age-toned, otherwise unmarked.  (39382)   Please RESHELVE This.


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