LEWI, Maurice J.
The text book of chiropody: A treatise bearing upon all the elements of medicine, of surgery and of the kindred sciences having for its purpose the thorough education of those who wish to learn and to practise the scientific care of the human foot in health and in diseases. Comp. by teachers and others skilled in the special subjects on which they have written. Edited by Maurice J. Lewi.New York: The School of Chiropody of N. Y., 1914.
" ... the first modern chiropodial book. This voluminous work attempted to combine all chiropodial knowledge up to that date, with outline of the basic sciences and the teachings of other medical disciplines. It is an important, if unbalanced work," (Dagnall, The history of chiropodial literature  181).