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A male brain, sectioned vertically. Process print, 1901, after etching, 1809.
- Hollander, Bernard, 1864-1934.
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London (9 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden) ; New York : Grant Richards : G.P. Putnam's sons, 1901.
1 photomechanical reproduction : half-tone
Vertical section of Male brain. From Gall's Atlas 1809 (reduced) ...
From the working archive of the phrenologist Bernard Hollander (1864-1934)
Wellcome Library no. 28021i
Lettering continues: "Notice the depth of the occipital fossæ owing to the larger size of the cerebellum, compared with the female. (Figure XIII in front of the fissure of Rolando represents the "Leg-centre" or "Firmness.")
Original design from the 'Atlas' of 100 plates to Gall's 'Anatomie et physiologie du système nerveux en général, et du cerveau en particulier' (4 volumes; Paris, 1810-1819)