New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1961.
First Edition. Hardcover. 8 1/8" X 5 5/8". viii, 261pp. Insert celebrating the 75th anniversary of Upjohn Company laid in: "It is our hope that this book will serve to document the growth fo the company and its contributions to medical progress," with printed signatures of E. Clifford Upjohn, President of the company, and D. S. Gilmore, Chairman of the Board and Managing Director. Heavy wear to dust jacket, with large open tears to edges and extremities, losses to text at much of spine, tape to tears at spine and rear panel, and foxing to flaps. White paper over boards, with spine backed in teal cloth and lettered in white. Moderate edgewear to binding, with bumping to extremities and light dust soiling. Occasional small spot of foxing to pages, else unmarked. An admittedly worn but solid copy with interesting company ephemera of this chronicle of the Upjohn Company of Kalamazoo, Michigan and the company's first three-quarters of a century in the ethical drug field. Good / poor. Item #5927