The Sanitation of Domestic Buildings - Frank LathamThe Sanitary, 0, Hardback ..
Condition: Good+. Boards a little stained and marked, bruised at head, tail and corners. Pages very gently age-tanned. A pleasant copy.
Green cloth with gilt titling to spine, gilt titling and colophon to upper board. Illustrated with line drawings. Undated but published c. 1900 judging by the 1898 date of the introduction. Often the inspection of a house as to its sanitary state only takes place after disease and, probably, death have taken place. As prevention is better than cure, the information given in the following pages, it is hoped, will lead to more attention being paid to the sanitation of domestic dwellings, and it will, if properly studied and acted upon, undoubtedly be the means of preventing much undue suffering and expense, as it can be clearly proved that there is nothing more expensive than disease and death,
Size: 7¼" x 5"
Number of Pages: 132
Introduction: Baldwin Latham