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  1. Selections from the Sherman Collection
  2. History of Ophthalmology in the Asia Pacific
  3. Their Eyes to the Sky
  4. Great Insights and Great Thinkers in Ophthalmology
  5. Beyond Ophthalmology, Beyond the Clinic
  6. Extreme Vision: Science Fiction or Truth
  7. Contagion! Epidemics in Ophthalmic History
  8. The Eyes of War
  9. Spectacular Spectacles
  10. To Fool the Eye
  11. Windows to the Soul
  12. Picturing The Eye: Ophthalmic Film and Photography
  13. Collecting Ophthalmology: 30 Years at the Museum


The following audio files were recorded at AAO 2011 on October 24, 2011 in Orlando FL during the history symposium entitled "Our Ophthalmic Heritage: The Evolution of Ophthalmic Imaging" co-sponsored by the Museum of Vision and the Ophthalmic Photographer's Society.

History and Art of Ophthalmic Illustration
James Ravin, MD
Toledo, OH

Origins of Photography and Ophthalmic Photography
Timothy Bennett
Hershey, PA

Personal Reminiscences on the Development of Angiography
Johnny Justice
Cordova, TN

New Directions in Ophthalmic Photography
Joseph Warnicki
Pittsburgh, PA

D. Jackson Coleman, MD
New York, NY

X-rays and Neurologic Imaging
Jose Dalma, MD
Mexico City, Mexico

New Directions in Ophthalmic Imaging
Carmen Puliafito, MD
Los Angeles, CA


  1. Early Photographs
  2. Civil War Era Photographs
  3. Photographs Related to Advances in Medicine
  4. Internal Ocular Photographs
  5. Cameras
  6. Stereographs
  7. Ophthalmic Film
  8. Symposium

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