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Apparatus for taking composite photographs of skulls : no. 5.

United States : Julius Rien & Co., 1885

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : black and white ; 30 x 23 cm

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Black and white print of a skull framed in an apparatus ready for photography. This is print no. 5 that appears in "On composite photography as applied to craniology; on measuring the cubic capacity of skulls, memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences; volume 3, 14th memoir" by J.S. Billings and Washington Matthews.

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<p>Black and white print of a skull framed in an apparatus ready for photography. This is print no. 5 that appears in "On composite photography as applied to craniology; on measuring the cubic capacity of skulls, memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences; volume 3, 14th memoir" by J.S. Billings and Washington Matthews.</p>
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Apparatus for taking composite photographs of skulls : no. 5.

United States : Julius Rien & Co., 1885

<p>Black and white print of a skull framed in an apparatus ready for photography. This is print no. 5 that appears in "On composite photography as applied to craniology; on measuring the cubic capacity of skulls, memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences; volume 3, 14th memoir" by J.S. Billings and Washington Matthews.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : black and white ; 30 x 23 cm

ABSTRACT

Black and white print of a skull framed in an apparatus ready for photography. This is print no. 5 that appears in "On composite photography as applied to craniology; on measuring the cubic capacity of skulls, memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences; volume 3, 14th memoir" by J.S. Billings and Washington Matthews.

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