"the Treatment of Tuberculosis in the Southwest" in the Journal of the Outdoor Life: The Anti-tuberculosis Magazine (Vol. IX, No. 4) April 1912. E. S. Bulloch.

"the Treatment of Tuberculosis in the Southwest" in the Journal of the Outdoor Life: The Anti-tuberculosis Magazine (Vol. IX, No. 4) April 1912

New York: Anti-Tuberculosis Campaign, 1912. Item #016685

Three important articles with ads at end of magazine (mostly for sanatoriums and unproven hopeful cures. This issue was devoted entirely to the Southwest with photographs. First, article by E.S. Bullock who was the head of the New Mexico Cottage Sanatorium. Second is the article: "Nature's Best Sanitarium: Arizona and New Mexico" with the idea this would be an ideal climate for a cure; on the other hand there is W.E. Miller's article on the Southwestern Climate beginning with El Paso. Here he warns of how many things of comfort were not available in most of the Southwest and unless in altitudes above 5,000 feet the misery may not be worth the supposed cure. A very good copy in original printed wrappers.

Price: $45.00

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