The Possibility of Living Two Hundred Years
Health Research Books, 1990 - 98 pages
1896 Compiled from the best authorities. Contents: Addison; Cornaro; a Nun of Padua; Sir Henry Thompson; William Kinnear; S. Rowbotham; Delacy Evans; Dr. Winckler; M. Gubler; Fruit as Food; Emmet Densmore; W. W. Hall; Helen Densmore; Herber.
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