New York: [No Publisher], 1926.
Notecard signed by French surgeon and biologist Dr. Alexis Carel inscribed "to a small [?] boy" in New York, dated June 5, 1926, mounted to cardboard underneath an article about him winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology in 1912 with a photograph. Cardboard a little roughly cut, verso shows darkening from smoke, article foxed. Carel (1873-1944) was a pioneer of surgery for his techniques of transplanting tissues and whole organs. Item #140941681