Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Good+ in Good dust jacket. Book's top fore corners are bent slightly inward. The color is worn from the tips of the fore corners and the top/bottom of the spine, but nowhere is the cloth worn through to the boardsi, else minor wear to clean and sound binding. Name on ffep. Contents are clean and unmarked. DJ is not much to look at, but it provides plenty of protection and information.; BIOGRAPHY. Blue cloth, bright gold lettering, 308pp. Index. A few small b/w photos. " The lively education of Dr. Connie Guion began on a Carolina plantation and was still going strong eighty years later when a building at The New York Hospital was named in her honor. Of the years in between, this vigorous biography recaptures the growing up in a family of twelve children in the South, her schoolgirl experiences in Charleotte, N. C; at Northfield Seminary; and at Wellesley college. After that Connie went to Vassar and Sweet Briar, where she taught phsics and chemistry for five years in order to educate her sisters. Hard work mixed with adventure followed at Cornell Medical College and Bellevue Hospital, where she was one of the first women interns. ".; 8-1/8" Tall.
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