Vaccine Therapy: Its Adminstration, Value, and Limitations Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, Vol III
WRIGHT, SIR ALMROTH E
London John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Ltd 1910 4to. Off Print. Original green paper covers with black printing on front cover. Collation: 1-38 pp. Covers have soime soiling. The text is from an address givin by Sir Almroth Wright as an "Introductory to a Discussion on the subject (of Vaccine Therapy) ." Provenance: Inscribed on cover to " Wm. Howard Kelly with the author's Kind regards." H.A. Kelly's script name is stamped below the presentation with a cataloging number nearby. Sir William Howard Archibald Kelly was a naval officer who most likely encountered Sir Almroth Wright during the First World War in Paris. Sir W. H. A. Kelly retired as full admiral. Very Good Original Printed Wrappers (Item ID: 0000564)
"Wright's main work was the development and promotion of his system of vaccine therapy. This novel use for vaccines, which had previously been thought able only to prevent infections, was based on new ideas concerning the operation of the human immune system and complex laboratory methods for preparing vaccines and monitoring their effects. There was a considerable vogue for vaccine therapy in the 1900s which increased the demands for clinical laboratories in hospitals and general practice."(ODNB).