A doctor tells his patient that the patient is lazy, not ill. Process print after T. Evans, 1934.
- Evans, Treyer Meredith, 1889-1958.
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Dialogue includes: Doctor. "As your boss has sent you to me for an examination. All I can say is that you are bone lazy." Patient. "Well doctor, what's the Latin name for that?"
1 print : process print ; border 12.6 x 18.3 cm
Wellcome Library no. 15519i
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