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The bases of three skulls: a new born infant's, a misognynist's, and a man suffering from satyriasis. Process print, 1901, after etching, 1809.

Hollander, Bernard, 1864-1934.
Date
1901
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London (9 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden) ; New York : Grant Richards : G.P. Putnam's sons, 1901.

Physical description

1 photomechanical reproduction : half-tone

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1. Base of skull of a new-born infant. 2. Base of skull of a 'woman-hater.' (Very small cerebellum.) 3. Base of skull of a man who had suffered from 'satyriasis' (Excessively large cerebellum.) ...

Notes

From the working archive of the phrenologist Bernard Hollander (1864-1934)

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 28023i

Lettering note

Lettering continues: "Notice the development of the cerebellar region (marked I) and compare its size with the rest of the brain. Contrast illustrations no. 2 and 3. Plate XV."

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