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Dunton, William Rush, Jr.  Statistics and classification of the insane. [Baltimore: Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland., 1909]. Small 4to (25.4 cm, 10"). 5, [1] pp.
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A paper "reprinted from Maryland Medical Journal, March, 1909," and "read before the Maryland Psychiatric Society, January 19, 1909."
        William Rush Dunton, Jr. (1868–1966) was a founder of the Maryland Psychiatric Society and the American Occupational Therapy Association, as well as a collector of American quilts. He believed quilting to be a beneficial activity for his occupational therapy patients.
        WorldCat did not locate any institutional copies in the U.S.

In self-wrappers; front wrappers age-toned, chipping to fore-edge, minor creasing to corners. Text is clean.  (39401)   Please RESHELVE This.


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