Dr Margaret Harper

By: COHEN, Lysbeth

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Sydney: Wentworth Books, 1971. Publishers original light orange cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Dustwrapper: unclipped, now protected in Brodart. White endpapers, previous owners name to front endpaper. Frontis: tipped in b/w plate. 47pp. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. This book is about Dr Margaret Harper, her achievements and place in the history of Australia. She was one of Australia's most distinguished women, a pioneer who helped to establish the position of women in Medicine, internationally known for her contribution to Pediatrics and the care of newborn and premature babies. She will be remembered most particularly for her part in the field of Mothercraft, and countless thousands of mothers and babies owe their lives directly or indirectly to her.. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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