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Adolf Nichtenhauser History of Motion Pictures in Medicine Collection circa 1950
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A History of Motion Pictures in Medicine (draft typescript), circa 1950 [series]:
1 1
Title Page, Table of Contents, and Preface
1 2
Acknowledgements
1 3
Forward by the Editor
1 4
Early Precursors of Cinematography
1 5
The Projected Motion Picture Arrives
1 6
The Earliest Applications of the Cinematograph in Medicine
1 7
Doyen
1 8
Early Applications in Medical and Biological Research
1 9
Early Clinical and Instructional Applications
1 10
Efforts of the Advocates of Medical Cinematography
1 11
Progress and Trends from 1911 to 1914
1 12
The Early Rise of Motion Pictures in Medical Education
1 13
The Period of the First World War
1 14
The Years After the First World War
1 15
Medical Films in the Middle Nineteen Twenties
1 16
Health and Related Films from the Middle Nineteen Twenties to the Early Nineteen Thirties
1 17-18
Medical Films in the Late Nineteen Twenties and Early Thirties
1 19
Health Films, 1930 to 1944
2 1
International and National Efforts to Organize the Film in Education
2 2
Motion Picture as a Research Tool from World War I to Present
2 3
Medical Films from the Middle Nineteen Thirties to the Middle Forties
2 4
Wartime Training Films and Medicine
2 5
The Lesson of the Past and the Task of the Present [actual pages misnumbered compared to table of contents listing]
2 6-13
Original figures and illustrations, Figures 1-64
3 1-8
Original figures and illustrations, Figures 65-135
4 1-2
Original figures and illustrations, Figures 136-159