Photographs of German physicians / collected by Dr. H.H.A. Beach, [ca. 1878].


Photographs of German physicians / collected by Dr. H.H.A. Beach, [ca. 1878].

24 carte-de-visite photographic prints, principally of notable German physicians.

1 v. : ports. ; 17 cm.

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