HURRAY FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEFENDERS OF LAW AND FREEDOM AGAINST GERMAN BARBARISM. This was the first time that protozoans were shown to be a cause of disease, of any kind. He was elected President of the French Academy of Medicine in 1920. His handwritten note in French was written during the height of WWI, translation in full: Hurray for the United States of America defenders of law and freedom against German barbarism. France had to mobilize and prepare its armed forces for battle and the first troops of the U.
Army arrived in June 1917 to help, just a few weeks before Laveran wrote this note. In fine condition, with minor age toning. This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, History Makers Autographs.We financially stand behind our COA. Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. YES, WE DO OFFER A LAYAWAY PLAN. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH. We do not sell reprints or facsimile autographs.
We closed our retail galleries and no ware totally internet sales oriented. We are a long-time member of UACC #RD337, PADAH, and the Manuscript Society. Our collectibles make for fantastic additions to long standing collections, great starting points for new collectors looking for trusted authentic material, and make for a truly unique gifts for that special person in your life or corporate gift for a special client.
History Makers Autographs offers one of the strongest guarantees available by any dealer. We unconditionally guarantee the authenticity of the document/artwork , without time limit, to the original purchaser. Every item we sell comes with a Certificate of Authenticity clearly stating this guarantee. The item "ALPHONSE LAVERAN SIGNED NOTE, FRENCH PHYSICIAN, NOBEL PRIZE, PROTOZOANS DISEASE" is in sale since Thursday, August 26, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs". The seller is "stevnowli_0" and is located in Nokomis, Florida.
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