REMARQUES TECHNIQUES SUR L'APPLICATION DES SCIENCES PHOTOGRAPHIQUES A LA CHIRURGIE NERVEUSE:
Eveux: Imprimerie de Charles Herissey, . First edition. 8vo., 22 pp., illustrated with engravings and chronophotographs. Plain paper wrappers. Unopened. Slight chipping to the wrappers. Very good. Item #29042
An offprint from the Bulletin de la Société Française de Photographie, which describes photography and radiography, as well as chronophotographic apparatus applied to the study of nervous disorders.
Albert Londe (1858-1917) was an important French photographer who researched and wrote extensively on photographic processes and technology. He was the director of photography at the Salpétrière Hospital in Paris; Londe was also a chemist, mechanic, criminologist and radiologist. He had a special interest in instant photography and chronophotography and invented a twelve-lens camera.
Not located by OCLC nor listed by Roosens and Salu.