10 offprints and articles:
1. "Transplantation of a Portion of the Tibia into the Spine for Pott's Disease: A Preliminary Report." 1911. Offprint. 6 pp. Original wrappers. THOMAS S. CULLEN'S COPY, WITH HIS NAME STAMP. Light soiling, horizontal crease.
2. "A Further Report of a New Operation for Arthritis Deformans and Certain Other Deforming Affections of the Hip. 1910. Original wrappers. Soiling and toning.
3. "A Case of Gumma of the Shoulder." 1912. Original self wrappers. Light soiling.
4. "A Report of Bone Transplantation and Osteoplasty in the Treatment of Pott's Disease of the Spine." 1912. Original self wrappers. Creased, soiling to wrappers.
5. "The Inlay Bone Graft as a Treatment of Ununited Fractures. A Report of Fifteen Successful Cases." 1914. Original self wrappers. Light soiling.
6. "The Fundamental Principles Involved in the Use of the Bone Graft in Surgery." 1915. Original self wrappers. Light soiling.
7. "The Inlay Bone Graft in Fresh Fractures." 1914. Original self wrappers. Some creasing and soiling.
8. "The Fundamental Principles Involved in the Use of the Bone Graft in Surgery." 1915. Complete journal, as originally published. Printed wrappers. Light chipping to spine, ink stamp on front cover, light soiling and toning.
9. "Certain Fundamental Laws Underlying the Surgical Use of the Bone Graft." 1921. Complete journal, as originally published. Printed wrappers. Light chipping to corners, toning.
10. "Reconstruction and Plastic Operations on the Hip." 1925. Publisher's self wrappers.
SEMINAL WORKS FROM THE PIONEER OF BONE GRAFT SURGERY, the first to employ living bone grafts as internal splints. "The beginning of bone graft surgery as a planned, carefully designed procedure" (Garrison-Morton-Norman 4384.1). Orthopedic surgeon, historian, and bibliophile H. Winnett Orr writes: "It was Albee who popularized and standardized methods for bone graft surgery which have since become universal and which have enormously reduced deformity and disability. Albee's methods have found application not only in the bone injuries of war and industry, but in the fields of congenital deformity and crippling caused by disease at all ages" (Orr, A Catalogue of the H. Winnett Orr Historical Collection, 1960).