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Helmholtz's Description of an Ophthalmoscope

Helmholtz's Description of an Ophthalmoscope

Accession №1998.014.00001
CategoryTextbook
PurposeLiterature
Specific NameHelmholtz's Description of an Ophthalmoscope
Date1916

Description

"Helmholtz's Description of the Ophthalmoscope: Being an English Translation of von Helmholtz's "Beschreibung eines Augenspiegels"" by Thomas Hall Shastid, published by the Cleveland Press, Chicago, 1916. Title page includes the note: "the first translation of this classic into any language" and "Edition limited to 500 copies. For private distribution only." Inside front cover is a book plate which reads "To Charles F. Prentice with The Translator's Compliments".

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