A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive & Collection 1843-1939Death, Crime, Car Crashes, Freaks and the Circus, History, Photography
by Stanley B. Burns, M.D.
Twin Palms Publishers, 1998. First Edition. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket, slight fade to spine panel.
Selections from Burns’ world-renowned and unparalleled archive of medical photography.
Not recommended for the squeamish.
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