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Ophthalmoscopie Clinique: Avec 40 Photographies Hors Texte

Louis de Wecker (1832–1906)
Julien Masselon (French, 1844–1917)
Albumen silver prints
19.1 x 11.4 cm (7 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.)
Credit Line:
Joyce F. Menschel Photography Library Fund, 2012
Accession Number:
Not on view
Inscription: Bookplate on front end paper: "DOMINE UT. VIDEAM [printed vertically along the sides of a graphic] // THE INSTITUTE // OF // OPTHALMOLOGY // LONDON // EX LIBRIS"; bookplate inscribed in ink, TL: "J.34"; TR: "100"; various pencil and ink inscriptions on front end paper and flyleaf; stamped in black ink, throughout: "ROYAL LONDON // OPTHALMIC // HOSPITAL [encircled]"
[...]; [Margolis & Moss, Santa Fe, NM]

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