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    William Rollins. Notes on X-Light. Boston: [University Press], 1904. First edition.

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    William Rollins. Notes on X-Light. Boston: [University Press], 1904. First edition.

    Octavo. [xliv], [402] pages. With 154 plates (numbered to 152), both engraved and photographic at rear (photographic plates are inserted). Publisher's original full dark blue cloth, lettered in gilt on front board and spine, spine ruled in gilt. Some rubbing and soiling to binding, some offsetting to endleaves, bookplate, plate 64 is missing the upper corner (not affecting image). Overall, very good. This is an early and substantial work on x-rays, consisting of nearly 200 papers originally published in the Electrical Review and the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.

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