2 v : 54 pl. (part fold., incl. facsims.) ; 31 x 24 cm. (v. 2: 41 x 30 cm.)
The University of Chicago. Oriental Institute publications , vol. III-IV
"Printed in Great Britain."
The papyrus is named after Edwin Smith, who purchased the document in January 1862 during his stay at Thebes. After his death in 1906 it was presented to the New York Historical Society. cf. General introduction
Errata slip inserted between p. 596 and plate I of v. 1
"List of abbreviated book titles": v. 1, p. 
v. 1. Hieroglyphic transliterations, translation and commentary.--v. 2. Facsimile plates and line for line hieroglyphic transliteration