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Gray, M. Geneva; & Merrill Moore.  The incidence and significance of alcoholism in the history of criminals. Monticello, NY: Medical Journal Press, 1941. Small 4to (25.3 cm, 10"). [289]–325, [1] pp.
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A paper "reprinted from the Journal of Criminal Psychopathology, Vol. III, No. 2 . . . October, 1941."
        M. Geneva Gray and Merrill Moore published several papers on alcohol and addiction.
        Provenance: On the front wrapper, a stamp for Yale Medical Library.
        WorldCat could not locate any institutional holdings in the U.S.

In green wrappers; some fading and rubbing to edges. Provenance marks as above; interior is clean.  (39402)   Please RESHELVE This.


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