Unclaimed and Abandoned Property

Unclaimed and Abandoned Property at The Archives & Museum of Optometry

The Archives & Museum of Optometry (AMO) has a list of abandoned and unclaimed property left in the custody of our repository and its predecessor The International Library, Archives & Museum of Optometry (ILAMO). In accordance with Mo. Rev. Stat. § 184.112 (1991), this notice posted July 17, 2018 is our statement of intent to claim title to all abandoned, unclaimed and undocumented materials listed below. To prove ownership of the property, a claim must be made in writing within 90 days of this notice to:  

Heritage Services Specialist

The Archives & Museum of Optometry

Optometry Cares - The AOA Foundation

243 North Lindbergh Boulevard

St. Louis, MO 63141

If no claim is received, The AMO, a program of Optometry Cares - The AOA Foundation acquires title to the property.

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
ABRAMS, JEROME J. ABRAMS, JEROME J. THE JOHNSTON EYE ECHO. Johnston Optical Co., Detroit, Michigan,
vol. 2 #5 Sept/Oct. 1887
vol. 3 # 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 Jan/Feb., Mar/Apr., July/Aug., Sept/Oct.,
Nov/Dec. 1888
"Extra 1888" (3 issues)
vol. 4 # 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 Jan/Feb., Mar/Apr., May/June, Sept/Oct.,
Nov/Dec. 1889
vol. 5 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Jan/Feb., Mar/Apr., May/June, July/Aug.,
Sept/Oct., Nov/Dec. 1890
204 ABANDONED 03/01/1978 Indianapolis
AGNIEL, H.M. AGNIEL, H.M. B O O K S :
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE EYE : STUDY OUTLINES FOR OPTOMETRISTS.
William B. Needles, Ernest Occhiena. Needles Institute, 1919
ATLAS OF DISEASES OF THE EYE. E.S. Perkins and Peter Hansel1. Little,
Brown & Co., 1957
CLINICAL ORTHOPTIC PROCEDURE. 2nd ed. William Smith. C.V. Mosby, 1954
CONTACT LENS THEORY AND PRACTICE. Theodore P. Grosvenor. Professional
Press, 1963
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS IN PHYSIOLOGY. 3rd ed. W.D. Zoethout. C.V. Mosby,
1943.
OCULAR MUSCLES AND FUSION: PHYSIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS, TECHNIC. Thomas G.
Atkinson. Professional Press, 1933
OCULAR PROSTHESIS. J.H. Prince. Williams & Wilkins, 1946
OPHTHALMOSCOPY, RETINOSCOPY, AND REFRACTION. 2nd ed. F.A. Davis, 1928
OPTICS. 5th ed. W.H.A. Fincham. Hatton Press, 1947
OPTOMETRIC PROCEDURE, BASIC AND SUPPLEMENTARY. E. LeRoy Ryer and Elmer E.
Hotaling. Publ. by the authors, 1941
OPTOMETRIST'S HANDBOOK OF EYE DISEASES. Joseph Pascal and Harold G. Noyes.
C.V. Mosby, 1954
PROCEDURE IN OCULAR EXAMINATION. A.M. Skeffington. Publ. by the author,
1928.
PSEUDO-ISOCHROMATIC PLATES FOR TESTING COLOR PERCEPTION. American Optical
Co. / Beck Engraving, 1940
REFRACTION OF THE HUMAN EYE AND METHODS OF ESTIMATING THE REFRACTION. James
Thorington. P. Blakiston's Son, 1916
TECHNIQUE OF FITTING CONTACT LENSES. Albert L. Anderson. Publ. by the
author, 1944
TRUE VISION THROUGH PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. American Optical Company, 1940
MUSEUM ITEM:
Grolman Fitting System (in hinged box)
American Optical model no. 12617
205 ABANDONED 12/17/1997 Jefferson City
ALLGEYER, LOUIS H ALLGEYER, LOUIS H Harrower, Henry R./Endocrine Diagnostic Charts. Glendale, CA: The Harrower Laboratory, c1929. (144p.)

Ocular Psychometry Chicago, c1928 (65p.) [bound reprint from Am. J. Optom.]

Cox, Mourice E. Optometry, the Profession, St. Actecedents Birth, and Development. 1st ed., rev. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957. (72p.)

Vision and its Disorders. Prep. by Subcomm. on Vision and its Disorders, Natl Advisory Neurological Diseases and Blindness Council. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Dept. Health, Educ. and Welfare, 1967. (225p.)

Your Vision and You. 50th Anniv. edition of The Optometric Weekly Mar 3, 1960

Ten Years of Optical Developments, April 1931-April 1941 Chicago: Riggs Optical Co., 1941

Five Years of Optical Developments, May 1946-April 1951. Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.

Five Years of Optical Developments, May 1941to April 1946. Chicago: Riggs Optical Co.

Shlaifer, Arthur. Synopsis of Glaucoma for Optometrists. (AAO Series Vol. 1) Minneapolis: Burgess Publ. Co., c1959 (88p.)

Mazon, Bernard: Synopsis of Corneal Contact Lens Fitting for Optometrists. (AAO Series Vol. 2) Minneapolis: Burgess Publ. Co., c1962 (87p.)

Simmons, Edwin F. Synopsis of Jurisprudence for Optometrists. (AAO Series Vol. 3) Minneapolis: Burgess Publ. Co., c1963 (59p.)

Elmstrom, Geo. P. and Harold Kohn. Synopsis of the Legal Apsects of Contact Lens Practice for Optoemtrists. (AAO series vol. 4) Minneapolis: Burgess Publ. Co. c1964 (103p.)

Hirsch, Monroe, et. al: Synopsis of the Refraction State of the Eye: A Symposium (AAO series vol. 5) Minneapolis: Burgess Publ. Co., c1967 (104p.)

Apell, R. J. and R. W. Lowry, Jr. Preschool Vision: Tests, Diagnosis, Guidance. St. Louis, AOA, 1959. (189p.)

Hering, Ewald. Spatial Sense and Movements of the Eye. Baltimore: Amer. Acad. of Optom., 1942. (221p.)

Fitch, Albert: My First Years in Optometry. Penn State College of Optometry. c1955 Vol. 1 (406p.) c1959 Vol. 2 (385p.)

Hartstein, Jack: Questions and Answers on Contract Lens Practice. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby, 1968 (199p.)

Sampson, C.M. A Practice of Physiotherapy. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1926 (620p.)

Loethout, Wm. D. A Textbook of Physiology. 5th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1935. (694p.)

Ryer, E LeRoy, and Elmer E. Hotaling: Ophthalmometry. The authors, c1945 (141p.)

MacElree, George A., Jr. Manual of OcularPathology for Optometrists. 5th ed. Philadelphia: Penn State College of Optometry, 1947 (494p.)

Tassman, I.S. The Eye Manifestation of Internal Diseases (Medical Ophthalmology) 3rd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1951 (672p.)

Hirsch, Monroe J and Ralph E Wick: Vision of the Aging Patient. An Optometric Symposium. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., c1960. (328p.)

Pascal, Joseph I. Studies in Visual Optics. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co. 1952 (800p.)

Grosvenor, Theodore P. Contact Lens Theory and Practice. Chicago: Professional Press, c1963. (425p.)

Obrig, Theo. E. Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. 2nd ed. NY, 1937 (323p.)

Ryer, E. LeRoy, and Elmer E. Hotaling: Optometric Procedure, Basic and Supplementary. the authors c1941 (94p.)

Gruman, Harris: New Ways to Better Sight. NY: Herimatage House, 1955, c1950 (208p.)

Pascal, Joseph I. and Harold G. Noyes: The Optometrists' Handbook of Eye Diseases. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1954 (300p.)

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction Chicago: Professional Press c 1949 (431p.)

All books in good shape. Not marked or badly abused.
209 ABANDONED 12/24/1985 Owatonna
ALLGEYER, LOUIS H ALLGEYER, LOUIS H Alvarez, Walter C. The Neuroses; Diagnosis and Management of Functional Disorders
and Minor Psychoses.PKiladeTphia: W.B. Sounders, c.1951. 667p.

Anderson, Albert L. Technique of Fitting Contact Lenses. the author, 1944. 88p.

Berens, Conrad, and Joshua Zuckerman. Diagnostic Examination of the Eye; Step-By-
Step Procedure. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1946, 711p.

Borish, Irvin M. Outline of Optpmeitry. Chicago: V.J. LeGros & Company, 1938.

Foley, Arthur L. College Physics. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son &Co., 1933.

Havener, William H. Synopsis of ophthalmology, St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1959.

Hofstetter, H. W. Pptomejbry; Professional, Economic, and LegalAspects. St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby Co., 1948.

Holmes, Clark, Harry Jolliffe, James Gregg. Guide to Occupational and OtherVisual
Needs_. Volume I. Los Angeles, CA: printed by Silverlake Lithographers, 1958.

InternationalOphthalmic Optical Congress 1964, Copenhagen. Lectures and Reports.
"Heidelberg, West Germany: Energie-Verlag, 1965V (slight water damage).

Kozol, Frank. Ophthalmic Fitting and Adjusting. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1958.

Kurtz, Jack I. The Principles and Practice of OcularPhysical Therapy for Optometrists,
Minneapolis, MN: American Journal of Optometry,1930.

Larsen, Hans-Walther. 1965., Atlas of the Fundus of the Eye. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1965.

Laurance, Lionel. General and Practical Pptics. 3rd rev, ed. London: School of
Optics, 1920" (covers water damaged).

Laurance, Lionel, and H. Oscar Wood. Visual Optics and Sight Testing. 4th ed.
London: School of Optics, 1936.

Mendelsohn, William Arthur. Practical Guide for Charting and Interpreting the
VisualColor Fields. Chicago: Professional Recording Co., 1928.

Moss, Harold I. and Tom F. Brungardt. Fluorescein Studies, Corneal Contact Lenses.
Topeka, KS: Duffens Contact Lens Co., 1963.

Oatman, Edward L. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. Troy, NY: The Southworth Co.,
1920. 3 volumes:TV.1 text, 303p.; v.2&3 stereograms.

Parsons, John Herbert. Diseases of the Eye. 8th ed. New York: Macmillan Co., 1936.

Peckham, R. M. The Modern Treatment of Binocular Imbalances with the Genothalmic
Kratometer. 2nd ed.Geneva, NY: Shur-On Standard Optical Co., 1928.

Ryan, Robert E. Headache, Diagosis and Treatment. 2nd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby,
1957. (slight water damage)

Sheard, Charles. Selected Writings in Visual and.Ophthalmic Optics � The Sheard
Volume. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957. "

Sloane, Albert E. Manual of Refraction. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., c1961.

Weinstein, Paul. Glaucoma, Pathology and Therapy. Transl. by Julius Foldes.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1953.

Zoethout. W. D. Laboratory Experiments in Physiology. 2nd ed. St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby Co., 1934.

Zoethout, W. D. Physiological Optics. 2nd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, c!935.
(fair condition)
227 ABANDONED 04/10/1986 Owatonna
ALLGEYER, LOUIS H ALLGEYER, LOUIS H Bielschowsky, A. Lectures on Motor Anomalies. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College
Publications, 1939.

Kinsey, Alfred C.; Wardell B. Pomeroy; Clyde E. Martin. Sexual Behavior in the
Human Male. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1948.

Kinsey, Alfred C.; WArdell B. Pomeroy; Clyde E. Martin; Paul H. Gebhard. Sexual
Behavior in the Human Female. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1953.

Lahn, Henry Edward. Iridology: The Diagnosis from the Eye. 6th ed. Kosmos
Publishing Co., 1914.

Marshall, Clyde. An Introduction to Human Anatomy. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders
Co., 1936.

Masters, William H.; Virginia E. Johnson. Human Sexual Response. Boston:
Little, Brown & Co., 1966.

Journal Reprints:

Sampson, Whitney G., Joseph W. Soper, Louis J. Girard. Topographical keratometry
and contact lenses. Transactions American Academy of Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology, Sept/Oct. 1965, pg.959-967.

Journals:

The Northwest and American Journal of Optometry
volumes I and II (1924 and 1925) bound

Journal of the Optical Society of America
February 1939 (29:2)
May 1939 (29:5)
July 1939 (29:7)
September 1940 (30:9)
November 1940 (30:11)
January 1941 (31:1)
November 1941 (31:2)

Forty-Four Year Cumulative Index to the American Journal of Optometry
Vol. 1 (1924) to Vol. 44 (1967)

American Journal of Optometry
1926, vol. 3, August missing
1927, vol. 4
1928, vol. 5, September and October missing
1929, vol. 6, August and September missing
1930, vol. 7
1931, vol. 8, October missing
1932, vol. 9
1933, vol 10
1934, vol. 11
1935, vol. 12
1936, vol. 13
1937, vol. 14
1938, vol. 15
1939, vol. 16, March (2 copies), July (2 copies), August (2 copies), Sept. (2 copies), Oct. (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies), Dec. (2 copies),
1940, vol. 17, Jan. (2 copies), Feb. (4 copies), March (2 copies), April (2 copies), May (2 copies), June (2 copies), July (2 copies), Aug. (5 copies), Sept. (2 copies), Oct (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies), Dec. (2 copies).
1941, vol. 18, Jan. (2 copies), Feb. (4 copies), March (2 copies), April (2 copies), July (3 copies), Aug. (2 copies), Sept. (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies)
1942, vol. 19 Feb. (4 copies), March (2 copies), April (2 copies), May (2 copies), Aug. (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies)
1943, vol. 20, Feb. (4 copies), April (2 copies), May (2 copies), July (2 copies) Sept. (2 copies), Oct (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies), Dec. (2 copies).
1944, vol. 21 Jan. (2 copies), Feb. (4 copies), March (2 copies), April (2 copies), May (2 copies), June (2 copies), July (2 copies), Aug. (2 copies), Sept. (2 copies), Oct (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies), Dec. (2 copies).
1945, vol. 22, Jan. (2 copies), Feb. (4 copies), March (2 copies), April (2 copies),Aug. (2 copies), Sept. (2 copies), Oct (2 copies), Nov. (2 copies), Dec. (2 copies).
1946, vol. 23 January (2 copies), May and June missing
1947, vol. 24
1948, vol. 25
1949, vol. 26
1950, vol. 27
1951, vol. 28
1952, vol. 29
1953, vol. 30
1954, vol. 31
1955, vol. 32
1956, vol. 33
1957, vol. 34
1958, vol. 35
1959, vol. 36
1960, vol. 37

American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry
1961, vol. 38
1962, vol. 39
1963, vol. 40
1964, vol. 41
1965, vol. 42
1966, vol. 43
1967, vol. 44
1968, vol. 45
1969, vol. 46
1970, vol. 47, Dec. missing
1971, vol. 48
1972, vol. 49 Dec. (2 copies)
1973, vol. 50
1974, vol. 51, April and May 2 copies
1975, vol. 52
216 ABANDONED 09/08/1986 Owatonna
ALLGEYER, LOUIS H ALLGEYER, LOUIS H one Bausch & Lomb's Ophthalmic Test Lenses Set "D"; case dimensions -
15 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 3" - case is in poor condition
REFERENCE TEXT FOR THEORETICAL AMD GEOMETRICAL OPTICS Northern Illinois
College of Optometry
A SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF STREAK RETINOSCOPY by J.C. Copeland, c. 1936
one Cameron's Striascope in a black case lined in purple velvet - excellent
condition and a rare item
one case containing one May Ophthalmoscope (Reid - trademark) and one
Retinoscope (Reid - trademark), three spare bulbs
one trial frame
one lens marker
one lens thickness caliber
one flip trial lenses
one May Ophthalmoscope
one Woolf Ski-optometer patent Dec. 27, 1910; patent Sept. 18, 1917
with a graduated rod that connects to the instrument on one side;
the other ends in an attachment to hold reading cards; attached to
the instrument is a heavy rod to support the instrument on a side table
one small trial lenses block containing 36 lenses
208 ABANDONED 12/15/1986 Owatonna
ALLGEYER, LOUIS H ALLGEYER, LOUIS H 3 items of archival interest. 901 ABANDONED 06/15/1988 Owatonna
ALMSTEAD, MORRIS J. ALMSTEAD, MORRIS J. ONE COPY CONSTITUTION OP "TRI-C1TY OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY"
ONE COPY CODE OP ETHICS OF "TRI-CITY OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY"
231 ABANDONED 02/20/1967 Weedsport
ALMSTEAD, MORRIS J. ALMSTEAD, MORRIS J. ANTIQUE EYEGLASSES
one pair of Franklin bifocals with extension temples and
C-bridge. Circa 1850.
one gold wire pince-nez (hoop-ring eyeglass) cica 1890.
one pair of single vision steel frame eyeglasses with extension
temples. Most probably older than the pair of Franklin bifocals.
two pairs of steel Liebold eyeglasses with extension temples
three pairs of eyeglasses with gold frames and octagonal lenses.
Circa 1850.
one pair of brass eyeglasses with green lenses attached to the
side which can easily be flipped over and used as sunglasses.

AWARDS, CITATIONS
one citation from New York Assemblyman Steve Riford to Drs. Almstead
congratulating them for their fifty years of participation
in optometry.
229 ABANDONED 09/15/1971 Weedsport
AMBROSE, DEAN A. AMBROSE, DEAN A. B O O K S
Arnesonj T. J. The New Optometry; a New Technique for the Diagnosis and
Treatment of Muscular Imbalances. 2d ed. Minneapolis, Minn., The
Arneson Clinic, 1934 (c!932)
May, Charles H. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and
General Practitioners. 5th ed. rev. New York, William Wood and
Company, 1907.

Journals

The South African Optometrist
vol. 20, 1953/54, #3,4
vol 21, 1954/55, #1,2
vol. 22, 1955/56, #2, 4
vol. 23 1956/57, #1,2,3,4
vol. 24 1957/58, #1,2,4
vol. 25, 1958/59, #1,2,4

Visual Digest
vol. 2, 1938/1939, #2,3,4
vol. 3 1939/1940, #1(2c.), 2(2c.), 3(2c.)
vol. 4, 1940/1941, #1(3c.), 2(2c.), 3, 4
vol. 5, 1941/1942, #1, 3, 4
vol. 6, 1942/1943, #1, 2, 3, 4
vol. 7, 1943/1944, #1, 2, 4
vol. 8, 1944/1945, #1, 2, 3, 4
vol. 9, 1945 #1, 2, 3(2c.)
vol. 10, 1946, #4(2c.)
vol. 11, 1946/47 #1(2c.), 2, 3(2c.), 4(2c.)
vol. 12, 1947/48 #1(2c.), 2, 3(2c.), 4(2c.)
vol. 13 1948/49 #1(2c.), 2(2c.), 3, 4
vol. 14 1949/50 #2, 3, 4
vol. 15 1950/51 #1, 2, 3, 4
vol. 16 1951/52 #1, 3, 4
vol. 17 1952/53 #1, 2, 3, 4
233 ABANDONED 10/06/1967 Charleston
AMBROSE, DEAN A. AMBROSE, DEAN A. B O O K S
The 1938 Year Book of Optometry. Published by the New York State Optometric
Association, 1938.
The 1939 Year Book of Qptometry. Published by the New York State Optometric
Association, 1939.
The 1941 Year Book of Optometry. Published by the New York State Optcmetric
Association, 1941.
The 1942 Year Book of Optometry. Published by the New York State Optometric
Association, 1942.
The Optometric Annual, 1953. First edition. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1953.
The Optometric Annual. Second edition. Chicago: The Professional Press, [1954]
The Optometric Annual. 1956 edition. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1956.
The Optometric Annual. 1957 edition. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1957.
232 ABANDONED 08/07/1981 Charleston
ANTON, GEORGE R. ANTON, GEORGE R. Visual training device, ca 1920, purchased in Germany. Made up of a trial lens frame, 6 clear and red and blue lenses, flat metal device (4x6) w. chart and pinhole, batter powered flashlight. (Info from Dr. Jacob Staiman's letter) 1025 ABANDONED 05/12/2003 Phoenix
ARMBRUSTER, FREDERICK FREDERICK ARMBRUSTER JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1972, vol. 43: 1-4, 6-13, Jan-April, June-Dec.
1973, vol. 44, 1-12, Jan-Dec.
1974, vol. 45, 1-12, Jan-Dec.
1975, vol. 46, 1-12, Jan.-Dec.

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
1971, vol. 48, 1-2, 11-12, Jan.-Feb., Nov.-Dec.
1972, vol. 49, 2-3. 5-7, 9, 11-12, Feb.-Mar., May-July, Sept., Nov.-Dec.
1973, vol. 50, 2-3, 8, 11, Feb-Mar., Aug., Nov.

237 ABANDONED 04/05/1976 Jacksonville
ARMBRUSTER, FREDERICK ARMBRUSTER, FREDERICK AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY AND ARCHIVES OF THE AMERICAN
ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 48 - 1971, No. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
March, April, May, June, July, Aug., Sept.
Vol. 49 - 1972, No. 1, 4, 8, 10
January, April, August, October
Vol. 50 - 1973, No. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12
Jan., April, May, June, July, Sept., Oct., Dec.

238 ABANDONED 05/03/1976 Jacksonville
ARNER, ROBERT S. ARNER, ROBERT S. Pubilcations by Arner

"A Simplified Design for the Moss Bifocal Contact Lens"
"The Use of the Sagitta Table in Contact Lens Design and Modification"
"The Invariants of Corneal Contact Lens Fitting"
"A Fitting Procedure for the Moss-Arner Bifocal Contact Lens"
"The Magic Piece of Plastic"
Lecture Notes from heart of American Contract Lens Congress 1964
"The Optics of Contact Lenses"
"A Simplified Computation of the Front Curve of a Contact Lens"
"An Evaluation of the Massachusetts Vision Screening Test and its Implication on the Genetic Theory of Myopia"
"Developmental Vision: The Case of Stephanie Ann"
1013 ABANDONED 03/07/1966 Rockford
AUERBACH, HERBERT H. AUERBACH, HERBERT H. Copies of articles that he has authored

"Optometric Similarities in Identical Twins"
"Optometric Thereapy in Reading Disability"
"The Optometrist's Role in School-Screening Programs and Child-Study Teams"
"Report On a Comprehensive, In-Plant Industrial Eye Screening Program"
1015 ABANDONED 11/16/1973 Millville
AUSTIN, WILLIAM G. AUSTIN, WILLIAM G. 35 color slides & 2 page script. Subject: Optometric Period Room, Heritage
Center, Bismarck, North Dakota. The slide series covers the North Dakota
State Capitol grounds, the Heritage Center, the official public opening on
May 30, 1981 of the Center with interior shots of attending dignitaries, and
the October 2, 1981 dedication ceremonies for the attending optometrists.
242 ABANDONED 02/24/1982 Bismarck
ASSOCIATION OF OPHTHALMIC OPTICIANS PEMBERTON Radharc (two-monthly), beginning 1969. 571 ABANDONED 04/09/1969 Dublin
BAILEY, GEORGE W BAILEY, GEORGE W 1 Oak trial lens case manufactured by F. A. Hardy & Company
(6003), Chicago, Illinois, circa 1900. Lined with dark red velvet and
containing groved tray holding the lenses. Two spring lock closures and
center lock with key. Case in excellent condition, few lenses missing.
247 ABANDONED 07/31/1979 Ogdensburg
BAILEY, GEORGE W BAILEY, GEORGE W One Kratometer manufactured by General Optical Company, Inc., Mount Vermon, New
York. Serial # 337. (Patent applied for) n.d.
246 ABANDONED 08/1979 Ogdensburg
BAILEY, GEORGE W BAILEY, GEORGE W. Two boxes containing ophthalmic instruments for the museum. (mentions a full inventory but one is not found) 1017 ABANDONED 08/20/1979 Ogdensburg
BAKER, WILLIAM J. WILLIAM J. BAKER M U S E U M I T E M S :
I "Scientific Self-Tester" Ruled wood and metal device for nearpoint testing.
Consumers Spectacle Company, Chicago, 1927
I "Perfecscope" (stereoscope, metal) U.S.A. Patent October 15, 1895
H.C. White Company, North Bennington, VT
42 stereographic cards (people & landscapes, 3Vx7") for use with above instrument
3 trial lens frames (American Optical + ?)
2 adjustable, patented 1895; 1 fixed
1 folding lorgnette, all metal
8 pair spectacles, late 19th C, with metal frames (gold, nickle, steel)
1 pair rimless pince-nez spectacles, early 20th C
2 pair black plastic eyeglasses, early 20th C, keyhold bridge, round lens shape
(1 pair missing the lenses)
1 pair engraved silver or white gold spectacles, octagonal shape lenses, 1920's
2 hinged hardback spectacle cases
251 ABANDONED 07/01/1994 McMinnville
BALDWIN, B. L. BALDWIN, B. L. Slides depicting the office of Drs. B. E. Baldwin and B. J. Christensen:
1) Floor Plan
2) Reception Room
3) Front Desk (looking out)
4) Front Desk (looking in at records storage)
5) Hall view of Office and Reception Room
6) View from Styling Area to Reception Area
7) Styling area
8) Skills & Visual Fields Room
9) Humphries Room
10) Styling Area: Hall approaching Styling
11) Styling Room and hall leading to Adult Exam. Rooms
12) Exam Room, Dr. Christensen
13) Exam Room
14) Contact Lens Exam Room
15) Contact Lens Instrument Room
16) Dr. Baldwin's Office
17) South View of Lab
18) North View of Lab
19) Children's Exam Room, Dr. Baldwin
20) Dr. Christensen's Office
252 ABANDONED 03/26/1982 Midwest City
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION BANNON, ROBERT E. FIRST INSTALLMENT (Rec'd December 1970)
REPRINTS
Bannen, Rebert E., Noumueller, Julius et al. "Aniseikenia and
Space Perception - After 50 Years." Reprinted frem the
American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy
of Optometry Volume 47. No. 6 June 1970, pp. 432-441.

Bannen, Rebert E, "Dartmouth Eye Institute - Its Contributions
to Visual Science." Reprinted from the Optical Journal and
Review ef Optometry, March 1, 1957.

SECOND INSTALLMENT (Rec'd May 1971)
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
"Publications of obert E. Bannen." A six page bibliography of
Barmen's work containing 84- citations. [Xerox copy]

"Reprints Available through the Aniseikenia Forum (as of August 11,
1959)." A three page bibliography of various authors' works
containing 34 citations. Bannen has added some of his own
publications in pencil and has checked with a pencil all the
citations pertaining to his works on the bibliography.

"Some Aniseikonia References in Psychology and/or Perception
Research." A two page bibliography of various authors' works
containing 23 citations. [Xerox copy]

BIOGRAPHIES
Ames, Adelbert Jr. "Biographical Notes on Adelbert Ames, Jr."
A two page biography prepared by Oscar Richards. [Xerox copy]

Bannen, Robert E. A one page biography with photograph attached.

CORRESPONDENCE
1 form letter dated February 24, 1949 frem the then chairman of
the Aniseikonia Forum Conrad Berens te "Dear Colleague".
Attached to the letter is the "Aniseikonia Forum Bulletin
Number 1" dated February 24, 1949. Bulletin consists of 2 pages.

PATENTS
Aniseikonia Patents Dedicated. A three page announcement listing
the patents obtained at the time ef the Dartmouth Eye Institute
and dedicating them "for public use forever".

REPRINTS, PAMPHLETS AND OBITUARIES
Anon. "Adelbert Ames, Jr. - Edgar D. Tillyer Medalist for 1955."
In Journal of the Optical Society of America Volume 45, Number
5 May 1955. Pp. 333-337, 412.

Anon. "Adelbert Amers, Jr. of the Dartmouth Eye Institute."
Reprinted from the Dartmouth Pictorial, Green Key Issue, 1941.

Anon. "Dartmouth College Eye Institute; the Story of its Growth
and Work." Reprinted from the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine.
June 1941.

Anon. "Prof. Ames, Optics Expert, Dies at 74." Newspaper clipping
from the Valley News. Hanover. New Hampshire July 5, 1955.
[Xerox copy]

Burian, Hermann M. "History of the Dartmouth Eye Institute."
Reprinted from the Archives of Ophthalmology August 1948,
40, pp. 163-175.

Cunningham, Bill "Prof. Ames Death Blow to World: Discoverer of
Aniseikonia led to famed Eye Institute." Newspaper clipping
from Boston Herald, July 4, 1955. [xerox copy]

Girard, Louis J. "Eyestrain ... No matter how severe the symptoms,
strain alone will not damage the eyes." Reprinted from Today's
Health December 1952.

Gliddon, Gordon H. "Adelbert Ames, Jr." [Obituary] In Journal
of the Optical Seoiety of America Volume 45, Number 11
November 1955. PP. 1003.

Neumueller, Julius F. "Aniseikenia: Size and Shape of Ocular
Images." No source given.

Pollack Philip "Professor Ames and Optomotry." In Optometric
World. Volume 43, Number 8 August 1955. P. 19.

Wiggam, Albert E. "Do you have Aniseikenia? " Reprinted by
special permission Hearst's International combined with
Cosmopolitan. [Other than that, no source is given.]

Wiggam, Albert E. "Do Yeur Eyes See Alike?" (Condensed from
Cosmopolitan) In Reader 's Digest February 1941, pp. 76-79.

THIRD INSTALLMENT (Rec'd May 1971 in a separate shipment)
REPRINTS, BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS

Bannon, Robert E. "Aniseikenia - A Review of Clinical Results."
Reprinted from the Optomotric Weekly, October 25, 1945.

_____. "Aniseikenia: Its Role in Refractive Problems.11
Reprinted from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and
Otolaryngology, 1969 Instruction Section, Course 109.

_____. "Aniseikenie Case Reports.11 Reprinted from
the New England Journal of Optometry. September 1955.

_____. Clinical manual on aniseikonia; a lecture
series.Buffalo, American Optical Company, 1965.

_____. "Dartmouth Eye Institute - Its Contributions
to Visual Science." Reprinted from the Optical Journal and
Review. March 1, 1957.

_____. "Developments in the field of aniseikonia."
Reprinted from the Transactions of the International Optical
Congress, 1951.

_____. "Role of the Eye Specialist in Cases of
Reading Difficulties." Reprinted from the Sight-Saving Review.

_____. "Space Eikonomotry in Aniseikonia". American
Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of
Optometry, February 1953, Monograph No. 144.

_____. "Space Perception - Some Physiological and
Psychological Aspects." American Journal of Optometry and
Archives of the .American Academy of Optometry, October 1952.
Monograph Number 141.
Volume 20, number 4.

_____. "Vertigo and Aniaeikonia (A Report of Two
Cases of Vertigo which were Relieved by Correcting for
Aniseikenia)." Reprinted from Columbia Optometrist, December
1939, Volume 13, Number 52.

Bannon, Robert E. and Ogle, Kenneth N. "Comments on Aniseikonic
Case Report by Morgan." [Letter to the Editor] Reprinted from
American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy
of Optometry., Volume 22, No. 5 May 194~B7 Pp. 227-229.

Boeder, Paul "Aniseikonia: Theoretical Aspects." Reprinted from
Acta XVI Concilium Ophthalmologicum (Brittannia), 1950. pp. 720-726.

Davis, Robert J. "Empirical Corrections for Aniseikonia in
Preschool Anisometropes." American Journal of Optometry and
Archives of the American Academy of Optometry July 1959.
Monograph No. 256.

Ellerbrock, V. J. "Effect of Aniseikonia on the Amplitude of
Vertical Divergence." American Journal of Optometry and
Archives of American Academy of Optometry, August 1952.
Monograph No. 138.

Linksz, Arthur and Bannen, Robert E. "Aniseikonia and Refractive
Problems." Reprinted from International Ophthalmology Clinics.
(Refraction), June 1965, Vol. 5, No. 2

Malin, A. Harry "Testing Aniseikonia with a Simplified Space
Eikonometer," American Journal of Optometry and Archives of
American Academy of Optometry, January 1955. Monograph No. 172.

Ogle, Kenneth N. "Induced Size Effect with the Eyes in Asymmetric
Convergence." Reprinted from the Archives of Ophthalmology
May 1940, Vol. 23, PP. 1023-1038.

Ogle, Kenneth N., and Boeder, Paul "Distortion of Stereoscopic
Spatial Localization." Reprinted from the Journal of the
Optical Society of America. Vol. 38, No. 8 August 19^8,
pp. 723-733.

Ogle, Kenneth N. and Burian, Hermann M. et al. "On the Correction
of Unilateral Aphakia with Contact Lenses." Reprinted
from the A.M.A. Archives of Ophthalmology Vol. 59, May 1958,
pp. 639-652.

Ogle, Kenneth N. and Imus, Henry A. et al. "Repeatibility of
Ophthalmoeikonometer Measurements." Reprinted, with additions,
from the Archives of Ophthalmology December 1940, Vol. 24,
p p . 1179-1189.
260 ABANDONED 12/1970 Buffalo
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION BANNON, ROBERT E. 34reprints, monographs, etc. dealing with the
aniseikonia research and people involved with
it, 3 bibliographies, 2 biographies, 1 patent
dedication, 1 piece of correspondence.
197 ABANDONED 05/1971 Buffalo
BARON, SAMUEL BARON, SAMUEL Havener, William H Indirect Ophthalmoscopy given in memory of Dr. Carroll Martus. 986 ABANDONED 03/1986 Golden
BARRETT, JOHN W BARRETT, JOHN W one hand stereoscope and set of Stereoscopic Charts [inscription on the box
of charts reads; "Stereoscopic charts for adults and children by
G. P. Guibor, with 14 test charts for diagnosis and 66 split charts
for training, arranged according to the routine used at Northwestern
University Distributed by Uhlemann Optical Co."]
265 ABANDONED 01/22/1969 Freeport
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER 5 books, 1 item, bibliography of works 70 ABANDONED 09/29/1967 New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER Beacher, L. Lester, ed. & comp. Psychological manifestations
in ocular science; a lexicon of terms. New York,
Psychological Library Publishers, 1968= 53p.
272 ABANDONED 12/01/1968 New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER A number of items from which can be selected what is pertinent for library and records. Maria says the materials were filed in Archives under his name, so likely contents of his 590 folder. 1019 ABANDONED 11/24/1976 New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER Beacher, L. Lester Happiness and Success in Marriage. West Orange, Francis
Publishing Company, C 1979. 82 pages. Inscribed by author "Greetings
of the author to the American Optometric Association, L. Lester Beacher,
O.D., Ph.D., MD (H) Fla."

_____. Ocular Refraction and Diagnosis. West Orange, Francis
Publishing Company, C 1980. 205 pages. Inscribed by author "Compliments
and greetings of the author to the American Optometric Association, L.
Lester Beacher, O.D."

_____. Psychological Manifestations in Ocular Science. New York,
Psychological Library Publishers, C 1968. 53 pages. Inscribed by author
"To the American Optometric Association, L. Lester Beacher, O.D."
270 ABANDONED 11/19/1980 New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER 1 book: The Rise of An Immigrant To National Fame. This is My Life; An Autobiography,
by Dr.L. Lester Beacher. West Orange, NJ: Francis Publishing Company, c1985. (262p.) (autographed)
269 ABANDONED 10/23/1985 New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER Beacher, L. Lester Contact lens technique; a corisice and comprehensive
textbook for practitioners and students. New York,
L. Lester Beacher, (C 1974). 290 pages.
271 ABANDONED   New York
BEACHER, L. LESTER BEACHER, L. LESTER (autographed copies)
Beacher, L. Letter CONTACT LENS TECHNIQUE
New York, L. Lester Beaoher, 1941 (first
edition).

Beaoher, L. Letter CORNEAL CONTACT LENSES
New York, L. Lester Beacher (reprinted
from Opt. Wkly.), 1955.

Beacher, L. Lester OCULAR REFRACTION AND
DIAGNOSIS New York, L. Lester Boacher,
1931.

TO THE LIBRARIAN (autographed copies):
Beacher, L. Lester HOW CAN I IMPROVE MYSELF
New York, Pageant Press, 1962.

Beacher, L. Lester YOUR PRECIOUS EYESIGHT
New York, Psychological Library, 1952.

PLUS:
CURRICULUM VITAS of Dr. L. Lester Beacher, Vice chancellor,
Philathea College, London, Ontario,
Canada (1966),

LIST OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES by L. Lester Beacher,
O.D., Ph.D., Litt.D.
273 ABANDONED 19/22/1966 New York
BEAL, RONALD M. BEAL, RONALD M. B O O K S :
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Loxit, The Bausch & Lomb Molded Rivet Mounting.
Rochester, NY: B & L, c1937. (13p.)

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Ophthalmic Lenses, Their History, Theory and Application.
Rochester, NY: B & L, c1935. (88p.)

Clay, Reginald S. Treatise on Practical Light. London: Macmillan & Co., 1911. (519p.)
Continental Optical Company. Cushion-Lock And Your Practice. Indianapolis, IN:
Continental Optical Co., 19??

Harlan, George C. Eyesight, and How to Care For It. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's
Son & Co., 1901, c1879. (139p.) Includes 32-page catalog of "Medical Books"
published by Blakiston, following text.

Lewis, James J. State Board Examinations, Questions and Answers. Chicago: G. W.
McFatrich, 1916. (124p.)

Scobee, Richard G. A Child's Eyes. St. Louis: C.V. MosbyCo., 1949. (109p.)

Sheard, Charles. Dynamic Ocular Tests. Columbus, Ohio: Lawrence Press, c1917. 143p.

Sluder, Greenfield. Concerning Some Headaches and Eye Disorders of Nasal Origin.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Company, 1920, c1918. (272p.)

Slutzky, Jerome Frank. The Optometrist's Dictionary. Dayton, Ohio: Optometric Press,
1949. (295p.)

Thompson, Silvanus P. Optical Tables and Data For the Use of Opticians. London:
E. & F. N. Spon, LtdT; New York: Spon & Chamberlain, 1900. (130p. 20x13cm.)

274 ABANDONED 12/21/1988 Lancaster
BEARD, FRANK S. BEARD, FRANK S. Misc. issues of JAOA 858 ABANDONED 04/05/1976 Albertville
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. Two editions of How to Live With Your Contact Lenses authored by Inga Beiman in
collaboration with Kevin E. Kearney, Ph.D. The first edition is C1959,Inga
Beiman, C1960 National Eye Research Foundation. The second edition is C1959
Inga Beiman, Revised 1970. Both copies contain 22 pages.
282 ABANDONED 05/13/1986 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. 7 published & 3 unpublished works by Dr. Beiman 943 ABANDONED 06/23/1986 Indianapolis
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. one tool holder made circa 1953. Used to hold early tools for contact lens
fitting and modification. The equipment was designed to stand on a
laboratory bench. Original and typical of this period of early contact
lens work. The tool holder contains the tools as well. Designed, but
not patented by Dr. Beiman.

one Bier phorometer in its original wood case. An early instrument made in
England by Norman Bier, a contact lens pioneer and inventor. Excellent
condition.

one instrument sold by plastic contact lens companies for modifying lenses.
circa 1953. Still in working condition

one set of rag wheels and their holders used to polish contact lenses and to
shape the outside of the lenses. The wheels are boxed in a plastic case
that could be mounted on a pegboard at the laboratory.

one motor and plastic container over the machine put together by Dr. Beiman
for laboratory work.

one tool for shaping the outside of the contact lenses.

one instrument to measure lenses thickness gauge. The first sold by Plastic
Contact Lens Company. Set under a dust cover.

one measuring device distributed as fundraising gift by "the University of
California, Berkeley School of Optometry Alumni Association.

two slide rules designed to make radial calculations (of the lenses).

one Bausch & Lomb measuring device for diameter, OZ, etc.

one diameter gauge made by Plastic Contact Lens Co. This was designed when
lenses became much smaller.

two test gauges for checking keratometer and to verify keratomic readings.

one plastic contact lenses case or tray designed to separate right and left
lenses. circa 1955. Invented by Dr. Beiman and sold by Plastic Contact Lens Co. as a contact lens dispenser.

one homemade adaptation to the B & L Keratometer to check lenses. It
consists of a piece of plastic with holes drilled in it. It was an ingenious device designed by Dr. Beiman. anteceding a procedure that later became a feature of the Bier
phorometer.

one machine designed circa 1965 by Dr. Beiman to generate toric, bevels, and blending tools. Cut tools were diamond charged. Lenses were first polished with silk covered material, then with velveteen. The machine roared so much that it earned the nickname
of "beast" and lenses were "beasted" for "beveled." A most interesting
museum piece. One of a kind item.

several items used to modify, fit, sell and dispense contact lenses circa
1950: brass tools, cl cases, early solution bottles, early tools made
to channel the tearflow, suction cap, and lens holders to insert lenses
into the eye.

one wood base containing four holes. Left and right lenses fit into two of the
holes. Cases containing the lenses are one black and the other red
for easy identification of R & L. Two bottles of soaking and wetting
solution are secured in the other two holes. A very early item made for
contact lens users.

one primitive device made to polish lenses at a higher speed. Has aluminum
trays and a number of parts possibly for storing, selecting and handling
of lenses as the polishing process took place.

one Keystone View Telebinocular Unit. One of the earliest devices used for
visual training circa 1940.
281 ABANDONED 11/1986 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. B O O K S :
Bennett, A.G. Optics of Contact Lenses. 2nd ed. London: Association of
Dispensing Opticians, 1956.81pp. (paper)

Fincham, W.H.A. Optics. 4th ed. London: Hatton Press Ltd., 1942. 424pp.
(loose binding)

Johnsen, Alf H., Bertram A. Weeks, Frederick H. Weller. The Optical Shop and
Counter. Chicago: The Professional Press, c1934 158pp. (paper)

Kronfeld, Peter C. The Human Eye in Anatomical Transparencies. Transparencies
by Gladys McHugh. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Press, c1943. 99pp.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General
Practitioners. 18th ed., revised.Baltimore: William Wood & Co., 1943.
520pp.(fair condition)

Obrig, Theo E. Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. 3rd ed. New York
[Philadelphia: The Chilton CompanyJ, c1944.323pp.

Reference Text for Theoretical and Geometrical Optics. Chicago: Northern Illinois
College of Optometry, c1937.137pp. (paper)

Zoethout, W.D. Physiological Optics. 3rd ed. Chicago: The Professional Press,
c1939. 406pp. (poor condition)

Catalog #701 from Edmund Scientific Company, Barrington, N.J.,

P E R I O D I C A L S :

International Contact Lens Clinic 12 issues, v.l #1 Spring 1974 - v.3 H Nov/Dec. 1976.




280 ABANDONED 12/10/1986 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. Aids & Optometry: A Close Call. A compilation of photocopied articles, letters, newsreleases, etc.
Filed 590, Beiman, Jack A.
903 ABANDONED 11/14/1987 Indianapolis
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. 4 copies of a Deed of Gift for a donation. No items are listed on the deed of gift. 1021 ABANDONED 03/15/1991 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. 1 Stereoscopic Manual of the Ocular Fundus in Local and Systemic Disease, by
Frederick Blodi and Lee Allen. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1964.
(Includes a compact viewer and 15 View-Master reels.)
1 battery-powered "View-Master" viewer
1 "Humphrey Auto-Refractor and Superior Subjective Agreement" (unpublished paper,
Jack A. Beiman)
1 "Adding an Over-Refraction to a Prescription Using the Humphrey Diagram"
(unpublished paper, Jack A. Beiman)
1 "AIDS and Optometry : A Close Call" (unpublished report documenting AIDS
virus in tears, contact lens and office disinfection precautions, 1985)
2 looseleaf binders containing 16 case reports and topographic photographs of the
cornea (stereophotokeratographs) to be used with a stereoscope for a
3-dimensional view. Includes other applications for the photographic technique.
1 pack of Keystone Correct-Eye-Graphs (for use with CorrectEyeScope, Keystone
View Company)
1 wooden cheiroscope, ca 1945
1 hand-held stereoscope
1 cloverleaf occluder, ca 1950 (The Plastic Contact Lens Company, Chicago)
1 "Segnezur" segment measuring device, Univis
1 Tillyer Masterpiece Lens promotional, American Optical Company
1 promotional for absorptive lenses by American Optical (1 Cruxite, 3 Calobar)
1 promotional for Tillyer Aolite lenses, American Optical Company
1 device used to check calibration of keratometer (The Plastic Contact Lens
Company, Chicago, ca 1950s)
279 ABANDONED 12/10/1992 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. unpublished endeavor of corneal stereoscopic slides of the normal and pathologic cornea
In vivo stereoscopic slides of hydrophilic contact lenses
concave surface of a hard keratoconus trial lens
stereoscopic visual fields
stereoscopic x-ray slides of the fractured rib bone of a cow
an abcessed tooth made with standard medical and dental x-ray equipment
1020 ABANDONED 01/05/1993 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. WWII McDonnell Aircraft Telebinocular
Historic Lens Info
Post WWII Tools
Hardy Geneva Lens Measure
Frontier C.L's early info (was an investigator)
Dow--Silicon Lenses
Conversion Charts

Conform A Spheric Corneal Lenses
CAS-161
CAS-141
CAS-121
Radius Tool (plastic) for modification unit
Urocon Radius Tool: 900 (metal)
Instruction Sheet for Conform A Spheric peripheral curve tools, Conforma Laboratories, Norfolk, VA
Small Wooden Hammer (Dixon) with anvil (Arrow)
Wesley-Jessen clear plastic paddle with various lenses

Man's silk, pale-gold necktie with "Contact Lenses" printed all over in black. Duppioni, designed espressly for Eye Research Foundation

Tray of 35 contact lenses, Dow Corning Opthalmics, date ? trial set to fit the DC silicone lens (20-25)

Geneva Lens Measure, F.A. Harding & Co., Chicago, IL. U.S. Pat. July 1, 1902, Aug. 31, 1915 very good condition

Keystone Tele-Binocular (stereotesting instrument)--slides donated earlier CA. 1940s?

Phase III Protocol (clinical trial instrument from Frontier Contact Lenses, Inc. and "Phase III Protocol Summary.")

Clinical Investigation Protocol for Hydro-Marc Soft Contact Lenses (1974-75)
Patient Reports, "Corneal Contact Lenses for Non-Diseased Eyes--Clinical Evaluation Program Initial Visit. Follow-Up Experiment."

Hydro-Mark Normol Investigational, 6 ounce, Exp. Date 12-78. Lot No. 127619 From Frontier Contact Lenses, Jacksonville, FL.

Pamphlets distributed by Bausch & Lomb Softlens Division: "Easy on the Eyes," "Insight into Eyesight (1975)", "Softlens (Polymacon) Contact Lens-Instruction for Wearers of Softlens Contact Lenses (1971)," B&L Announces Improved Lens Care for Wearers of Softlens (polymacon) Contact Lenses" (1975)

Pamphlet "Insurance for Softlens (polymacon) Contact Lenses Utica Mutual Insurance Co./Softlens Insurance Co. (1975)

Paraben Contact Lens Calculator (Sulyective Findings), reverses to Objective Findings with Conversion Table and Vertex Table; Carboard Sliding Card 3 1/2" x 1 1/2"; 1987 Paragon Optical, Inc.

Pad of Keystone Visual Skills Tests (Cumulative Record from No. 2) Chicago Visual Surveys, 1949 Keystone View Co., Meadville, PA.

Contact Lens Conversion Chart, The Plastic Contact Lens Company, Chicago (laminated 8 1/2" x 11" date? 1950s

Conversion Table-Diopters to Millimeters, VisCom Contact Lens Co., Los Angeles, CA.

PC Conversion Chart, Precision-Cosmet Company, Minneapolis, MN

Procedure Used in Checking the Cycon-Torcon Lens on the Lensometer (1962) A. Prachtel, OD; typed instruction sheets--3 pgs. Plastic C.L.Co. Dr. Newton Wesley, Historic Lens (1st early)?

Fittings Notes and Minus F3 Series (B&L Soflens Div.)
Vol. 5, No. 5 Nov., 14, 1975

Vol. 5 No. 4, Jan. 15, 1975 J. Series Minus Lens (B&L Soflens Div.)

Vol. 4 No. 4, July 10, 1974 B Series Minus Lens (B&L Soflens Div.)--photocopy not original
1124 ABANDONED 11/01/1994 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. American Optical Polaroid Television Trainer. 278 ABANDONED 05/24/1995 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. MUSEUM/ARCHIVES
Optometric Weekly (3 issues) Dec. 29, 1966; Mar. 13, 1969; Apr. 3, 1969
Small marble paperweight - seal of the "Optometric Center of New York 1 956-1 976"
2 hand instruments:
American Optical retinoscope / Bausch & Lomb dynamic retinoscope
Telecopier + 2 extra lenses, in leather case (made in France)
metal box with samples of corneal contact lenses from the 1 960's. 128 lenses, various colors/powers
1 folder of miscellaneous papers, calculations, notes, letters, price lists, pamphlets, etc. belonging to
Dr. Beiman. (Includes publications from American Contact Lens Service, Inc., Quality Optics, Inc.,
White-Haines Optical Co., Flexlens, Inc., MO-CON Laboratories, Inc.)
277 ABANDONED 02/13/2001 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. FOR THE MUSEUM:
Trial lens case, 11 1/2x 19" (complete). Nachet & Fils, Paris (80-100 yrs old)
Small diameter finished PMMA contact lenses, various colors and powers (in 11 metal Brumberger slide cases)
Folder of articles, papers, letters related to ski edge on contact lenses
"B-H Recall" - newspaper clipping
18 Antique spectacles in cases
HMI plastic tote bags (Jerry Hayes, Vicksburg MS) practice promotion materials
1 pr. Aviator sunglasses (Dr. Beiman's) in cowhide case
2 nose bridge measuring sticks
4 small rulers (promotionals)
1 13" ruler, Barnes Hind "Neo Tears"
1 pkg pipe cleaners
1 plastic slide viewer (fold-up)
4 canvas tote bags - promotional items, Syntex Ophthalmics, SOLA/ Barnes Hind
1 Burton UV lamp, magnifier
"Bioptor" stereo viewer, with manual of instructions. Stereo Optical Company, Chicago
Contact lens polishing & adjusting unit
Trial contact lenses, PMMA, late 1950s/early 1960s, "mini lenses"
4 carrying/ disinfection units, AOSept (peroxide) + misc. cleaning solutions
Cemented bifocal lenses
1 souvenir plate from World Contact Lens Congress, Edgewater Beach Hotel
Danker Laboratories rigid contact lens/spectacle spray cleaning solution, OBRITE
Uncut spectacle lenses (Schmidt & Sons)
9 promotional paper pads/portfolios (Optifair, Vision Expo)
4 office contact lens holders, ca pre-1960, Plastic Contact Lens Company
276 ABANDONED 03/28/2005 Carmel
BEIMAN, JACK A. BEIMAN, JACK A. BOOKS & PRINTED MATTER:
1 Review of Optometry, March 1982 issue
1 Contact Lens Spectrum, July 1987 issue
2 Preliminary Programs from American Optometric Association Centennial Congress, June 1997, St. Louis, MO
1 manual and charts, Adding an Over-Refraction to a Prescription Using the Humphrey Diagram, Humphrey
Instruments, Inc., 1976
The Optyl Atlas of Refraction and Motility, by Alan H. Friedman. Norwood, NJ: Optyl Corporation, 1980
Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis. 2nd ed. Mark W. Leitman, Samuel Gartner, Paul Henkind.
Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics Co, 1981
Clinical Practice Guideline: The Comprehensive Adult Eye Examination. Indiana Optometric Association, 1994
Contact Lens Section Charter Membership Directory II. Contact Lens Section, American Optometric Association,
St. Louis, MO, Sept. 30, 1982
The American Optometric Association's First Century, by Robert Koetting. St. Louis: AOA, 1997

FOR THE MUSEUM:
79 small diameter finished PMMA contact lenses, various colors and powers (in metal Brumberger slide case)
3 small pupillary distance rulers (promotionals for Lobob, American Optical, Edw. Schmidt & Sons)
2 contact lens polishing & adjusting units
1 monocle, with attached ribbon
2 hinged eyeglass cases, 1 aluminum and 1 steel
1 pair men's glasses, American Optical, in Calobar sunglass snapcase
1 pair safety glasses, American Optical, "Wear these glasses, protect your eyes" stamped on case.
1 pair sunglasses, old, brass with straight arms, U-bridge, oval green/gray lenses
1 pair old eyeglasses, oval lenses, straight arms, W-bridge
1 pair folding glasses, with cord, octagon-shaped bifocal lenses, engraved silver frame
1 pair pince-nez spectacles, rusty, mounted on card marked "1860"
1 pair brass spectacles, straight arm, scroll bridge, oval lenses, mounted on card marked "1820"
1 pair safety glasses with hinged, flip-up green sunglasses;.riding bow temples, in hard case.
Bausch & Lomb
1 pair sunglasses in hard case, engraved brass or copper, round gray lenses,
1 pair handmade green oval sunglasses, 10KT and 12KT gold frame, in hard case
1 pair eyeglasses, dark Xyl, round lenses, riding bow temples, in hard case
1 shoebox labeled "diamond charging tools and brass tools" containing misc. polishing cloths and pads,
compounds, brass shafts, screws, several small "test" contact lenses
1 skinny spectacle case, leather, marked "McLane & Northrop Jewelers & Opticians, Indianapolis Indiana"
1 pair early large scleral contact lenses, in hinged case
275 ABANDONED 06/07/2005 Carmel
BENDER, OTTO H. BENDER, OTTO H. trial fitting set made by the Julius King Optical Company & 2 pairs of antique eyeglasses with cases 845 ABANDONED 04/1975 Carlisle

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
BENEDICT, GEORGE O. BENEDICT, GEORGE O. BOOKS:
Stack, Rev. John A SHORT SYSTEM OF OPTICS, � Dublin, Univ. of Dublin Press, 1811.

Lewis, James J0 POCKET OPTICAL DICTIONARY N. P. , J. J. Lewis, 1907.

Sheard, Charles DYNAMIC OCULAR TESTS Columbus (Ohio), Lawrence Press, 1917.
284 ABANDONED 02/28/1967 Rochester
BENEDICT, GEORGE O. BENEDICT, GEORGE O. BOOKS:
Arrington, E, E. HISTORY OP OPTCMETRY Chicago, White Printing House, 1929.

Wiseman, Eugene G. A TREATISE ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN OCULAR WORK
Rochester (N.Y.), John P. Smith Printing Co.,19l6.



283 ABANDONED 03/21/1967 Rochester
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY WILLIAM J. BENJAMIN Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1949
Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. 2nd ed. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1954
The Year Book of Optometry 1927-1931 (combined). New York State Optometric Association. O.K. Uttal, editor
The 1943 Year Book of Optometry. New York State Optometric Association. O.K. Uttal, editor
285 ABANDONED 04/07/2011 Birmingham
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Letter from Kellam & Moore Opticians, Atlanta, GA, dated 1/5/1893 988 ABANDONED 1985 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Fabi, Benjamin N. editor-in-chief Optometric register of the Philippines. [no place or publisher given] Vol. 1, 1966.110 pages. 295 ABANDONED 04/12/1972 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Anisometropic RX's, Dayton, Ohio, Univis Lens Company (n.d.) 20 pages.

Barnes, Harold R. Handbook of practical optometry for students. Vol. 1,
(n.d.) 150 pages.

Bifocal prescription analysis chart, Rochester, N.Y., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.,
c1937.

Boeder, Paul AO Charts for the prescription shop, Southbridge, American Optical
Company [c.1940] 61 pages.

Economics in visual eye care, Southbridge, American Optical Company, c1943, 23 pages,

Ophthalmic lenses; their history, theory and application, Rochester, N.Y., Bausch
& Lomb Optical Co., [c.l935]: 88 pages.

J O U R N A L S :
The Pupil (Published by the students of Pennsylvania State College of Optometry)
1932 December
1938 January
1941 September, October, November, December(2 copies)
1942 March, May(2), Summer, October, December(2)
1943 January, April, June(2), August, October, November(2), December
1944 February, March(2), September, December(2)
1945 March, June(2), October, Winter
294 ABANDONED 08/12/1974 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING 9 boxes of journals 935 ABANDONED 11/08/1983 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING OPTICAL INDEX, July, 1984 Vol. 59 #7 293 ABANDONED 10/29/1984 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Flick, C. S. A Gross of Green Spectacles. A Curious Anthology of References to
Aids to Vision from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. London: The Hatton
Press, 1951.
292 ABANDONED 01/14/1985 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Gregg The Business of Optometri'c Practice. 942 ABANDONED 09/16/1986 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING 2 copies: State of the Ophthalmic Industry: 1987. New York: Advisory
Enterprises, c1987. (19p., paperbound)

(donated 9/87):
1 stereo card, 31/2" x 7", for use in stereoscope. The card's photograph
shows Dr. Louis Jaques, pipe in hand, with the right hand
extended forward as though to shake hands with the viewer.
The reverse side of the card is printed with "holiday greetings,"
and contains the signature of Dr. Jaques. Also written on the
card are these words: "Sent to Harry L. Bautsch, O.D., Allentown, PA.
From his successor, Claude A. Schultz, Jr., O.D." (no dates)

291 ABANDONED 08/10/1987 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING B O O K S :
American Academy of Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology and the Armed Forces Institute
of Pathology. Ophthalmic Pathology, An Atlas and JT ex tbo_ok. Contributions by
J.S. Friedenwald, H.C. Wilder, A.E. Maumenee, T,E. Sanders, J.E.L, Keyes, M.J.
Hogan, W.C. and E.U. Owens. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 1952.

American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science .
(Individual monographs #VS-1,2,3, 6,7,8,9, 12,13,14,15, 18. c1940-1943;
in looseleaf binder.)

American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science.
(spiral bound volume. c1950, reprinted July 1955)

Begun, James W. Professionalism and the Public Interest; Price and Quality in
Optometry_. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, c1980.

Borover, W. A. Opticiniary: The Practice and Art. Chula Vista, CA: Gracie
Enterprises, c1981-1985. (4 volumes)
v.1 - Introduction to Dispensing. (1981)
v.2 - The Science of Opticianry. (1982)
v.3 - The Dynamics of Dispensing. (1983)
v.4 - The Business of Opticianry. (1985)

Charters, W.W., D.F. Smiley, R.M.Strang. Let's Be Healthy. New York: Macmillan
Company, 1941.

Hyde, David R. and Payson Wolff. The American Medical Association: Power, Purpose
and Politics in Organized Medicine . (Reprinted from the Yale Law Journal,
v.63 #7, May, 1954)

Kraskin, Robert A. How to Improve Your Vis ion . North Hollywood, CA: Wilshire
Book Company, c1968, 1973 edition.

Lee, Howard W. The Family Guide to Eye Care ; How to Survive in the Eye Care Jungle
Oakland City, Ind . : Oaks Printing Co., c1980.

Moore, Virginia B. Seeing Eye Wife. Philadelphia: Chilton Company, c1960.

Nicholas, Ted. How to Form Your Own Professional Corporation. Wilmington, Del.:
Enterprise Publishing Co., 1977.

Van Dalen, J.T.W., and G.H. Van Rens. The Brighter Sight of Ophthalmology.
Amersfoort, The Netherlands: Holland Ophthalmic Publishing Center, c1983.

January 1967 issue of Pageant. (Marked article of interest is "Are You Getting
A Good Eye Examination? ' by Myles Callum. pg. 60-65.)
290 ABANDONED 09/21/1987 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING 1 myoculator 289 ABANDONED 05/21/1992 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Items pertaining to Charles C. Wilson, O.D.
Very old ophthalmic publications
288 ABANDONED 11/03/1993 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING B O O K S :
The Bates Method for Better Eyesight Without^G^las^ses, by William
H. Bates, M.D. New ..York: Henry Holt & Co., 1943. Revised ed. (in original dust jacket)

Sight Without Glasses, by Dr. Harold M. Peppard. New York: Permabooks,
1948, c1936.

P E R I O D I C A L S :
The Eye Glass July, 1924 (2 copies)
287 ABANDONED 08/07/1998 Beaver Falls
BENNETT LILLY & ANDINO OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES BENNETT, IRVING Optical Letters. Compiled and written by W. W. Page. Geneva, NY: The Goodwin Press, c1911

Patient Control Applied Psychology for the Optometrist, by Harry E. Pine. Chicago: The Professional Press, c1919

Code of Fair Competition for the Optical Retail Trade, as Approved on June 4, 1934. United States

Government Printing Office, Washington, 1934. Registry no. 1643-09

An Investigation as to the Need for "Drops" or Cycloplegics in Eye Examinations. Report of the Committee on Refractive Procedure, Minnesota Academy of Optometry. Published by the American Journal of Optometry, Minneapolis, 1938

The Shur-On Chronicle. June 1922

Letter to the presidents and secretaries of state Boards of Examiners and state associations, dated June 7,1934, from Harold Kohn, Counsel, American Optometric Association, (related to Optical Retail Code)

24 Practice Building Letters. Geneva, NY: Shur-On Standard Optical Company, c1930

14 pamphlets, advertising cards, informational folders from the AOA, Illinois State Society of Optometrists, American Optical Co., Optical Service Corp., Baltimore Optical Co., Berks Optical Co., Triangle Optical Co., White-Haines Optical Co., Mclntire, Magee & Brown Co., Shur-On Optical Co.,W.J. Kyle, Optician.

Correspondence to Dr. C.C. Wilson of Clarksburg, WV, from Drs. Wm. Greenspon (1922) and C. Cole (1937)
286 ABANDONED 03/2000 Beaver Falls
FERRIS STATE COLLEGE, COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY BENNETT, JACK W. Pollack, Philip. The Truth About Eye Exercises. Philadelphia,Chilton Co., 1956. 296 ABANDONED 07/31/1980 Big Rapids
BENSUSSEN, STEPHAN A. BENSUSSEN, STEPHAN A. 1 Natural Eyesight System. [no information as to date, manufacturer, or use of this device.] 298 ABANDONED 11/1975 Van Nuys
BERGENSKE, DONALD J. BERGENSKE, DONALD J. 31 books 877 ABANDONED 02/21/1989 Madison
BERGER, ARTHUR WM. BERGER, ARTHUR WM. Antique eyeglasses:
3 pair with steel frames and lenses
1 pair pince-nez with lenses
1 pair pince-nez, without, lenses (gold wire frame)
1 pair without frames
299 ABANDONED   New York
BERMAN, MORRIS L. BERMAN, MORRIS L. photocopy of an issue of the Focus, & the Scope.

2 graduation programs.
861 ABANDONED 1976-1977 Boston
BERNARD, M.L. BERNARD, M.L. Cowan, Alfred. Refraction of the Eye. 2d ed., rev. Philadelophia, Lea & Febiger, 1945.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General Practitioners. 13th ed., rev. New York, William Wood & Co., 1930.
876 ABANDONED 01/03/1980 Maquoketa
BETZ, JOHN N. BETZ, JOHN N. One Bausch & Lomb Optical Company lensometer, number 9686. [patent dates Jan. 6, 1914 and Oct. 15, 1918.] Instrument is still in working condition. 302 ABANDONED 10/22/1975 St Louis
BING, LOIS B. LOIS B. BING 1. Black display case with handle containing 25 colored blocks, known as "Jere's
Building Blocks," used to support his talks on "Economics in Visual Eye Care,"
a facet of the American Plan. Case measures 17"x24"x5-3/4". Excellent condition,
rare item circa 1940

2. COLOR KEY. A cardboard display measuring 15"x22". At left there are seven rectangles corresponding to the colors of the blocks,'followed by large print titles of each subject represented by the color as follows:
Cost of Ophthalmic Material
Mark-up
Subsequent Servicing
Verifying and Fitting; Re-evaluating
Consumption of Ophthalmic Materials
Examining, Refracting, Prescribing
Fee for Professional Services Rendered

3. Leaflet promoting the Professional Advancement Program. Four pages, illustrated.

4. LEGAL CHART of Optometry as a Profession by W, J. Heather. Reprint from The Southern Optometrist, Vol. 7, No. 3 (Nov. 1953.)

307 ABANDONED 07/31/1984 Middleburg Heights
BING, LOIS B. LOIS B. BING 1 picture from the 1940 Amer. Academy.of Optometry meeting held in Cincinnati, OH. Poor Condition 944 ABANDONED 12/09/1986 Cleveland
BING, LOIS B. LOIS B. BING Summary report, ADA Committee on Visual Problems of Children and Youth, 1950-1962.
11 pages, typewritten.

Agenda for both 1st. and 2nd. Conference on Visual Problems, 1941 and 1942, sponsored
by the Graduate School, Ohio State University.
306 ABANDONED 08/11/1987 Middleburg Heights
BLACK, STANLEY BLACK, STANLEY Contact lens trial case, Mullen Laboratories, Inc., Boston Massachusetts

Meeting badge + ribbon, 1923 - Western Congress of Optometry, Denver Colorado
309 ABANDONED 04/28/2010 Thornton
BOUCHER, JAMES A. BOUCHER, JAMES A. Wesley, Newton K. and Jessen, George N., Contact Lens Fitting Manual, 7th revision. Chicago, The Plastic "Contact Lens Company, C 1957. 905 ABANDONED 10/06/1987 Laramie
BOWEN, KEITH P. BOWEN, KEITH P. SKY & TELESCOPE, June, 1985 Vol. 69 #6 (Dr. Bowen is the author of an article in the journal.) 313 ABANDONED 06/17/1985 Rocky ford
BOX, ROY BOX, ROY B. Joy Jeffries. The Eye in Health and Disease, being a series of articles on the anatomy
and physiology of the human eye, and its surgical, and medical treatment. Boston:
Alexander Moore, Lee and Shepard; New York: Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, 1871
(119p., hardcover)
320 ABANDONED 06/08/2001 Juneau
BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON 1 Pair of antique spectacles. Brass frame with sliding straight temples.
"Schried Knecht" marked on the outside of the left temple. Plano flat
inserted rectangular lenses and hinged side shields with plano flat
green lenses.

Mrs. Richardson left them at his office in hopes he could find a museum to give them to.
329 ABANDONED 11/29/1980 Batavia
BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON Blodi, Frederick C., and Lee Allen. Stereoscopic Manual of the Ocular Fundus
in Local and Systemic Disease. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1964.
(Includes 15 "View-Master" reels and a compact viewer)

Fonda, Gerald. Management of the Patient with Subnormal Vision. 2nd ed.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1970.

Park, John H. Cataracts: Nature and Management. Buffalo, NY: Medical Mini-
Books, 1976.

Park, John H. Intra-Qcular Lens Implants; A New Frontier of Ophthalmic Surgery.
Buffalo, NY: Medical Mini-Books, 1976.

Rutherford, C. W. The Eye. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1928.

Troncoso, Manuel Uribe. Internal Diseases of the Eye and Atlas of Ophthalmoscopy.
Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 1947.
328 ABANDONED 03/19/1981 Batavia
BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON BRADLEY, CHARLES CLIFTON Allen, Myron S. Morphological Creativity: The Miracle of Your Hidden Brain Power.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1962.

Apell, R.J., and R.W. Lowry, Jr. Preschool Vision. St. Louis: American Optometric
Association, 1959. 189p.

Betts, Emmett A. Foundations of Reading Instruction. New York: American Book Co.,
1946. 757p.

Blue Book of Optometrists. 20th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1950.

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: Professional Press, 1949. 431p.

Brown, Stanley M. Business Executive's Handbook. 4th ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Prentice-Hall, 1953. 1496p.

Clason, George S. The Richest Man in Babylon. New York: Hawthorne Books, 1955. 158p.

Cogan, David G. Ophthalmic Manifestations of Systemic Vascular Disease. Philadelphia:
W.B. Sounders Co., 1974. 187p.

Davis, A. Edward. Cataract, Its Preventive and Medical Treatment. 2nd ed. Philadelphia:
F.A. Davis Co., 1938. 161p.

Dorcus, Roy M., and G. Wilson Shaffer. Textbook of Abnormal Psychology. 3rd ed.
Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1945. 547p.

Dougherty, Joseph M., and Anthony Lamberti. A Textbook of Bacteriology and Immunology. St.. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1946. 360p.

Duke-Elder, W. Stewart. Textbook of Ophthalmology. Volume IV: The Neurology of Vision,
Motor and Optical Anomalies . St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1949. 4627p.

Dvorine, Israel. Dvorine Color Perception Training Charts. Volume 2. Baltimore, MD:
Waverly Press, c1944.

Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Qrthoptics. Rev. ed.
Baltimore, MD: the author, 1948. 173p

Ellis, Philip P., and Donn L. Smith. Handbook of Ocular Therapeutics and Pharmacology.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1963. 193p.

Elmstrom, George. Advanced Management for Optometrists. Chicago: Professional Press,
1974. 568p.

Fincham, W.H.A. Optics. 5th ed. London: Hatton Press, 1947. 424p.

Fulton, John F., ed. Howell's Textbook of Physiology. 15th ed. Philadelphia:
W.B. Sounders, 1947 1304p.

Gesell, Arnold, and Frances Ilg. Vision, Its Development in Infant and Child. Paul B.
Hoeber, 1949. 329p.

Goldberg, Joe B. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice. Chicago: Professional Press,
1970. 138p.

Goldnamer, William M. The Anatomy of the Human Eye and Orbit. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1927 224p .

Granville, William Anthony. Plane Trigonometry, and Four-Place Tables. Rev. ed. by
Percey F. Smith & James Mikesh. Boston: Ginn &Co., 1943. 212p.

Gruman, Harris. New Ways to Better Sight. Harrisburg, PA: The Telegraph Press, 1950.
207p.

Hegner, Robert W. College Zoology. 5th ed. New York: Macmillan Co., 1946. c1942.

Hirsch, Monroe & Ralph Wick. Vision of Children, An Op tome trie Symposium.
Philadelphia: Chilton Books, c1963. 434p.

Holmes, Clark, Harry Jolliffe, and James Gregg. Guide to Occupational and Other Visual
Needs. Volume 1. Los Angeles: Silverlake Lithographers, c1958. 482p.

Kerner, Fred. Stress and Your Heart. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1961. 237p.

Kozol, Frank. Ophthalmic Fitting and Adjusting. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1958.

Lewis, Norman. How. to Read Better and Faster. 3rd ed. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell
Co., 1958. 398p (2 copies)

Luckiesh, Matthew. Seeing and Human Welfare. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1934. 193p.

Moll, Edwin A. Sell Yourself Big. Chicago: Topaz Books, c1966. 222p.

Munn, Norman L. Psychology, the Fundamentals of Human Adjustment. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946. 497p.

Pascal, Joseph, and Harold Noyes. The Optometrist's Handbook of Eye Diseases.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1954. 300p.

Ranson, Stephen W. The Anatomy of the Nervous System, Its Development and Function.
Rev. by Sam L. Clark.8th ed.Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Co., 1947.532p.

Rouse, Louis J. College Algebra. 2nd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1945. 462p.

Roy, Frederick H. Ocular Differential Diagnosis. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger
1975. 612p.

Smith, Nila B. Faster Reading Made Easy. New York: Popular Library, 1963. 288p.(paper)

Smith, William. Clinical Orthoptic Procedure. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1950. 393p.

Sorsby, Arnold. Systemic Ophthalmology. London: Butterworth & Co.; St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby Co., 1951.712p

Wertheim, E. Textbook of Organic Chemistry. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Blakiston Co.,
1945. 867p.

Wolff, Eugene. Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co.,
1948. 440p.

Wood, Evelyn, and Marjorie Barrows. Reading Skills. New York: Holt, Rinehart &
Winston, 1958. 246p.


"Bifocal Prescription Analysis Chart." Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., c!937.
U.S. Patent 2,133,589. Another copy, "patent applied for"
"Hutchinson Presbyopic Chart" Univis Lens Company. (5"x8" card)
"Near Point Phoria Test" Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1931. (5"x8" card)
325 ABANDONED 04/30/1987 Walnut Ridge
BRANNON, THOMAS A. BRANNON, THOMAS A. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONTACT LENS PRACTICE
Manual chapters 1-11, 13-31, 33-35, 37, 39; July 1, 1959.
331 ABANDONED 12/02/1974 Heath
BREWER, DAVID C BREWER, DAVID C BOOK:
The First Century. Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, 2006. (Written chronicle of the first 100 years of the Association, edited and compiled by Dr. David Brewer, Kathy Brewer, and Dr. Travis Yadon. 92p.) 2 copies
332 ABANDONED 09/14/2007 Yukon
BROOKS, TIMOTHY R BROOKS, TIMOTHY R Current Optometric Information and Terminology. Edited by George M. Milkie and
Stephen C. Miller . St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1974.

How to Succeed in Optometry, by Ralph Bartstow. Minneapolis, MN : Augsburg
Publishing House, 1948.

Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry, by S. K. Lesser. Revised edition.
Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1958.

The Key stone Vision-Training Glossary. Meadville, PA: Keystone View Co., c1947.

Modern Clinical Optometry. a Guide and Review; Visual Abilities - Analysis - Training,
by George C. Slade, O.D. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program, c1961.

Optometric Practice Management, by George P. Elmstrom. Philadelphia: Chilton Books,
c1963.

Optometry and Health Maintenance Organizations. 4th ed. Washington, DC: American
Optometric Association April 1984.

Techniques and Diagnostic Criteria for the Optometric Care of Children's Vision.
by G. N. Getman, O.D. Duncan, OK. Optometric Extension Program, c1960

Tonotics, Stero-Tonotics, by Dr. M.S. Anderson. Birmingham, AL: The School of
Tonotic Optometry , 1947.

Visual Analysis Handbook II, by Leo Manas. Second edition, rev. & enl. Chicago: The Professional Press, c1958.

Visual Function in Theory and Practice, by Daniel Woolf, O.D. (CEP course papers
originally released to membership, 1963-1964) Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension
Program Foundation, 1964.

What Optometry and Is Related Fields Have to Offer the Reading Teacher, by
Joanne Lambeth A research paper written in partial fulfillment of course
requirements. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1966.
335 ABANDONED 12/22/1988 Stockton
BROWN, HARVEY T. BROWN, HARVEY T. Adler, Alfred. Understanding Human Nature. Garden City, NY: Garden City Publishing
Co., c1927. 284p.

American Optical Company. The Brombach Perimeter, Manual of Technique. Bureau of
Visual Science, American Optical Co., 1937. 38p., spiral bound.

American Optical Company. Common Pathological Conditions Revealed by Studies of
the Fundus Oculi. American Optical Co., 1944. 25p., paperback. (2 copies)

American Optical Company. Maddox Cheiroscope and Lloyd's Campimeter. Southbridge,
MA: American Optical Co, 1932. 20p., paperback.

American Optical Company. Orthoptic Training With the Stereo Orthoptor. Southbridge,
MA: American Optical Co., 1933. (water damaged)

American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American
Optical Co., 1950. 161p., spiral bound.

American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American
Optical Co., 19??. (portfolio of VS-2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11 & 12)

American Optometric Association. Current Optometric Information and Terminology.
3rd ed. St. Louis: AOA, 1980. 127p., paperback.

American Optometric Association. Lectures Delivered at the 39th Annual Congress of
the AOA, Detroit, Michigan, July 5-11, 1936. Minneapolis, MN: The Journal of
the American Optometric Association, 1937. 127p.

American Optometric Association. Current Optometric Information and Terminology.
St. Louis: AOA, 1974. 105p., paperback.

American Optometric Association. Manual of Ocular Tests, A Compilation of Ocular
Tests Which Are In Use By the Armed Forces of the United States of America.
American Optometric Association, 1942. 73p., paperback.

Apell, R.J., and R.W. Lowry, Jr. Preschool Vision: Tests, Diagnosis, Guidance.
St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1959. 189p.

Arrington, E.E. History of Optometry. Published by the author, c1929. 232p.

Atkinson, Thomas G., and Frederick A. Woll. Dynamic Skiametry, Its Theory and
Practice. Chicago: The Professional Press, c1928. 192p.

Atkinson, Thomas G. Technic of Refraction, Trial Case & Refractive Instruments.
Chicago: Professional Press, 1922. 93p.

Ball, James M. Modern Ophthalmology. 6th ed., rev. 2 volumes. Philadelphia:
F.A. Davis Co., 1927. 1513p.

Barsch, Ray H. Achieving Perceptual-Motor Efficiency, a Space-Oriented Approach
to Learning. Seattle: Special Child Publications. Vol. 1, c1967, 365p.;
Vol. 2, c1968, 330p.

Bartlett, Jimmy D., and Siret D. Jaanus, eds. Clinical Ocular Pharmacology. Boston:
Butterworths, c1984. 978p.

Bartley, S. Howard, and Eloise Chute. Fatigue and Impairment in Man. New York:
McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1947. 429p.

Bartley, S. Howard. Principles of Perception. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958.
482p.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Bausch & Lomb Ophthalmic Reference Book. Revised.
Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb, 1948. 372p.

Betts, Emmett A., and Agnes S. Austin. Visual Problems of School Children. Chicago:
Professional Press, 194? 80p., paperback.

Bevan, John A., ed. Essentials of Pharmacology, A Textbook for Students. New York:
Hoeber Medical Division, Harper & Row, c1969. 709p.

Bier, Norman, and Gerald Lowther. Contact Lens Correction. Butterworths, c1977.
520p.

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: Professional Press, 1949. 431p.

Brombach, T.A. Analytical Interpretation of Visual Fields, the author, 1937.
33p., paperback. (2 copies)

Bruner, Jerome, ed. Learning About Learning: A Conference Report. Office of Education,
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966. 276p. (paperback)

Bugbee, L. W. Bifocals, A History... 3rd ed. Indianapolis: Onepiece Bifocal Lens
Company, c1923. 76p., paperback.

Cameron, W.J. Diagnosis by Transillumination. 5th ed. Chicago: Cameron's Publishing
Co., c1924. 64p. (slight water damage)

Cannon, Walter B. The Wisdom of the Body. 2nd ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.,
c1939. 333p.

Cantonnet, A., and J. Filliozat. Strabismus, Its Re-Education: The Physiology and
Pathology of Binocular Vision. Transl. by Dr. Max Cogue. London:
M. Wiseman & Co., 1934. 379p.

Coker, Robert L. Geometric Optics Laboratory Exercises. Memphis: Southern College
of Optometry, 1947. 37p., paperback.

Contributions to Ophthalmic Science, Dedicated to Dr. Edward Jackson... Menasha, WI:
George Banta Publishing Co., 1926. 319p.

Cox, Maurice E. Optometry, the Profession, Its Antecedents, Birth, and Development.
1st ed., rev. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957. 72p., paperback.

Craik, K.J.W. The Nature of Explanation. Cambridge: The University Press, 1952. 123p.

Croisant, Caryl, transcriber. Lectures of Portland and Northwestern Congresses 1935-
1936. Ft. Worth, TX: The Text Publishing Co., c1937. 371p.

Delacato, Carl H. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Speech and Reading Problems.
Springfield: Charles C Thomas, c1963. 188p.

DeLaunay, Jules. Elementary Geometrical Optics, the author, c1941, 1947. Printed
by Edwards Brothers Lithoprinters, Ann Arbor, Mich. 115p., paperback.

DeZeng, Henry L. The Modern Phorometer. Camden, NJ: the author, 1917. 68p.

Doman, Glenn. How to Teach Your Baby to Read. New York: Random House, c1964. 166p.

Durant, Will. The Mansions of Philosophy, a Survey of Human Life & Destiny. Garden
City, NJ: Garden City Publishing Co., 1929. 704p.

Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Rev. ed.,
Baltimore, MD: the author, 1948. 173p.

Ellerbrock, V. J. A Clinical Evaluation of Compensation for Vertical Prismatic
Imbalance. (Monograph 50) American Journal of Optometry and Archives of
American Academy of Optometry, 1948. 17p., paperback.

First National Conference on Orthoptics and Visual Training, November 12-13, 1967,
Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, IL. American Optometric Association,
c1968. 72p., paperback.

Fuchs, Hofrat E. Textbook of Ophthalmology. 6th ed. Transl. by Alexander Duane.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1919. 1067p.

Getman, G.N., et al. Developing Learning Readiness. Teacher's Manual. St. Louis:
Webster Div., McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1968. 124p., spiral-bound.

Getman, G.N., and J.W. Streff. Mommy and Daddy You Can Help Me Learn To See.
St. Louis: Woman's Auxiliary to the AOA, 1959. 16p., paperback.

Goldstein, Kurt. The Organism, a Holistic Approach to Biology Derived From Pathological
Data in Man. New York: American Book Co., 1939. 533p.

Goodenough, Florence. Measurement of Intelligence by Drawings. Yonkers-On-Hudson,
NY, c1926. 177p.

Gould, George M. A Pocket Medical Dictionary. 7th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's
Son & Co., 1918. (poor condition)

Gray, William S. and Nancy Larrick, eds. Better Readers for Our Times. International
Reading Association Conference Proceedings, volume 1, 1956. New York:
Scholastic Magazines, 1956. 176p., paperback.

Gregg, James R., and Gordon Heath. The Eye and Sight. Boston: D.C. Heath & Co.,
c1964. 136p., paperback.

Haab, 0. An Atlas of Ophthalmoscopy. Transl. by Ernest Clark, n.d.

Halstead, Ward C. Brain and Intelligence, A Quantitative Study of the Frontal Lobes.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947. 206p.

Harmon, Darell Boyd. Notes on a Dynamic Theory of Vision. 2nd revision. Austin, TX:
the author, c1957. 72+p., paperback.

Hathaway, Winifred. Education and Health of the Partially Seeing Child. 4th ed.,
New York: Columbia University Press for the National Society for the Prevention
of Blindness, c1959. 201p.

Havener, William H. Ocular Pharmacology. 4th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1978. 762p.

Havener, William H. Synopsis of Ophthalmology. 5th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co.,
1979. 675p., paperback.

Headache, The Commonest Symptom. East Hanover, NJ: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, 1977.
79p., paperback.

Hellmuth, Jerome, ed. Exceptional Infant. Vol. 1: The Normal Infant. Seattle:
Special Child Publications, c1967. 568p.

Herrick, C. Judson. The Evolution of Human Nature. Austin: University of Texas
Press, 1956. 506p.

Higley, Henry R. Cross Eyes, Being a Treatise on Squint or Strabismus Convergens
Concomitans. Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1923. 98p.

Hill, Edward Curtis. A Reference Chart of Diseases of Nervous System and Muscles.
Denver, Co.: the author, St. Louis: The Antikamnia Chemical Co., c1903.

Holmes, Clark, Harry Jolliffe; James Gregg, et al. Guide to Occupational and Other
Visual Needs. Volume 1. Clark Holmes, c1958. 482p. (2 copies)

Howard, I.P. and W.B. Templeton. Human Spatial Orientation. London: John Wiley
& Sons, 1966. 533p.

Jacobson, Edmund. Progressive Relaxation. 2nd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 1944, c1938. 494p.

Jaques, Louis, and George Crow. Applied Refraction. Los Angeles: Harry R. Day, 1934.
123p.

Jaques, Louis. Fundamental Refraction and Orthoptics. Los Angeles: Globe Printing
Co., 1936. 209p.

Kephart, Newell C. The SLow Learner in the Classroom. Columbus, OH: Charles E.
Merrill, c1960. 292p.

Kraskin, Robert A. You Can Improve Your Vision. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co.,
1968. 128P.

Kronfeld, Peter C. The Human Eye in Anatomical Transparencies. Trans, by Gladys
McHugh. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Press, c1943. 99p.

Larrick, Nancy, ed. Reading in Action. International Reading Association Conference
Proceedings. Vol. 2, 1957. New York: Scholastic Magazines, 1957. 176p., paper

Lesser, S.K. Fundamentals of Procedure and Analysis in Optometric Examination.
3rd ed., the author, c1934. Hip., paperback.

Lesser, S.K. An Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry. Duncan, OK: Optometric
Extension Program, c1935. 20p., paperback.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary. 5th ed. Chicago: the author, 1916.
286p. (fair condition)

Luneburg, Rudolf K. Mathematical Analysis of Binocular Vision. Princeton, NJ:
Princeton University Press for the Dartmouth Eye Institute, 1947. 104p., paper.

Mangrum, James F. The Visual Mechanism. Maryville, TN: Brazos Press, 1967. 399p.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 7th ed. New York: William Wood
& Co., 1911. 407p.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General
Practitioners. 9th ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1917. 440p. (fair)

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 10th ed. New York: William
Wood & Co., 1922. 440p. (fair condition)

Mendelsohn, William Arthur. Practical Guide for Charting and Interpreting the
Visual Color Fields. Chicago: Professional Recording Co., 1928. 81p.

Milkie, George, ed. Office Policy/Procedure Manual for Paraoptometric Personnel.
St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1974. looseleaf.

National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, National Institutes of
Health. Vision and Its Disorders. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health,
Education, and Welfare, 1967. 225p. (NINDB monograph #4) paperback.

Newell, Frank W., ed. Glaucoma, Transactions of the First Conference, Dec. 5-7,
1955, Princeton, NJ. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1956. 251p.

Oatman, Edward L.. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. Troy, NY: Southworth Co., 1916,
c1913, 1 volume text, 303p., 2 portfolios of 79 stereograms and diagnostic
cards.

Osborn, Michael and Joseph Riggs. Mr. Mac, William P. MacCracken, Jr. on Aviation,
Law, Optometry. Memphis: Southern College of Optometry, 1970. 228p.

Ott, John. My Ivory Cellar; the Story of Time-Lapse Photography. Chicago:
Twentieth Century Press, 1958. 157p. (author's autograph)

Peckham, R.M. Binocular Balance and the Genothalmic Kratometer. Geneva, NY:
Shur-On Standard Optical Co., 19?? 31p., paperback.

Perera, Charles A. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 19th ed. Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkins Co., 1947. 521p.

Perkins, E.S., and Peter Hansell. An Atlas of Diseases of the Eye. Boston:
Little, Brown &Co., 1957. 91p.

Physicians' Desk Reference for Ophthalmology, 1978/9. Oradell, NJ: Medical
Economics Co., Litton Industries, c1978. 142p.

Prudden, Bonnie. Bonnie Prudden's Fitness Book; a Picture Guide with Exercises.
New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1959. 94p.

Prudden, Bonnie. Is Your Child Really Fit? New York: Harper & Brothers, c1956. 182p
.
Robinson, Samuel H. OculoePrism Treatment. Chicago: Professional Press, 1924. 188p.

Ronchi, Vasco. Optics, the Science of Vision. Transl. and rev. by Edward Rosen.
New York: New York University Press, 1957. 360p. (2 copies)

Root, R.M. Here's Howl to Build and Control a Professional Optometric Practice.
Rev. ed. Published by the author, c1947, 1951. 62p., spiral-bound

Runyan, John W., Jr., Primary Care Guide. Hagerstown, MD: Harper & Row, 1975.
162p., paperback.

Ryer, E. LeRoy, and Elmer Hotaling. Ophthalmometry. the authors, c1945. 141p.

Schmidt, Theofor A.F. On Slit Lamp Microscopy/ Theory and Practice. Liebefeld,
Switzerland: Haag-Streit Ophthalmological Instruments. 45p., paperback.

Schrock, Ralph E., and Arthur C. Heinsen. The Schur-Mark Out-Of-Office Vision
Training System. 3rd ed. Meadville, PA: Keystone View Co., c1965/66.
2 volumes in one.

Scientific American. 39 Steps to Biology; Readings from Scientific American, with
introductions by. Garrett Hardin. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman &Co., 1968.
344p . , paperback .

Sheldon, W.H. The Varieties of Temperament. New York: Harper & Brothers, c1942.
520p.

Skeffington, A.M. Differential Diagnosis in Ocular Examination. Published by the
author, c1931. 200p.

Skeffington, A.M. Procedure in Ocular Examination. Chicago: the author, c1928. 118p.

Smith, Marvin B. Handbook of Ocular Pharmacology. Acton, MA: Publishing Sciences
Group, 1974. 156p.

Strauss, Alfred, and Laura Lehtinen. Psychopathology and Education of the Brain-
Injured Child. 2

Tait, Edwin F. Textbook of Refraction. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Co., 1951. 418p.

Tavs, Eric G. Questions and Answers in Optometry. Chicago: Professional Press,
c1923. 229p.

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the
Refraction. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son &Co., 1916. 407p.

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the
Refraction. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co., c1939, 1947. 412p.

Thruelsen, Richard, and John Kobler, eds. Adventures of the Mind, from the Saturday
Evening Post. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1959. 285p.

_____. 2nd series. 1961, 654p.

Tibbetts, Frank. Saving Your Eyes Against Civilization. Little Rock, Ark: the
author, c1936. lip., paperback.

Tiffin, Joseph. Industrial Psychology. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1942. 386p.

Transcript of the Post Graduate Lectures and a Resume of the Skeffington Clinic...
The Optometrical Society of the City of New York and the Brooklyn Optometrical
Society, March 7 - April 18, 1930. lllp.

Trevor-Roper, Patrick D. Ophthalmology. (Pocket Consultants). London: Grant Mclntyre,
Ltd., 1981. 108p., paperback.

Troland, Leonard T. The Principles of Psycho-Physiology. Volume 2: Sensation.
New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1930. 397p.

Vaughan, Daniel, and Taylor Asbury. General Ophthalmology. 8th ed. Los Altos, CA:
Lange Medical Publications, 1977. 379p.

Visual Requirements Guide: A Handy Reference for Visual Requirements of the Services,
Government and Industry. Lusk, WY: The Patricia Press, 19??. 56p., paper.

Walls, Gordon L. The Vertebrate Eye and Its Adaptive Radiation. Bloomfield Hills,
MI: Cranbrook Institute of Science. 785p.

Walter, W. Grey. The Living Brain. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1953. 311p.

Washburn, Margaret Floy. The Animal Mind, A Textbook of Comparative Psychology.
2nd ed. New York: Macmillan Co., 1917. 386p.

Wells, David W. The Stereoscope in Ophthalmology. 3rd, rev. ed. Boston: E.F.
Mahady, 1926. 107p.

Zoethout, W.D. Physiological Optics. 4th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1947.
430p.

MISCELLANEOUS :
1 American Optical Company measuring card for frame fitting, #TL 439, c1931 and 1937. (approx. 4"x7V)
Efron Visual Acuity Test cards (15), c!982, WCO, #VSEF 01-000 pamphlets, article reprints on various optometric subjects
1 audiocassette : Dr. Jim Brickey speaking on Oct. 20, 1972
"Ocular Pharmacology" audiocassettes (Southern College of Optometry, Memphis TN) Unit 3, lessons 1/2 - 7/8 - 2 tapes, Unit 4, " " " 2 tapes
1 set of eyeglasses for fitting, in snap-open case (no name or date)
2 DeZeng-Standard hand ophthalmoscopes, pat. 1903-04, with accessories, in cases.
1 P-D Gauge, Bausch & Lomb, cat. #71-91-35, 1966r for measuring interpupillary
distance, (yellow & brown plastic housing) Instruction sheet included.
1 Rotoscope Target Set, the Wottring Instrument Company.
1 Three Dimension Vectometer, Premier Optical Products, Inc., New York, in cardboard slipcase
1 Bausch & Lomb Professional Ophthalmoscope, ca 1967, with transformer.
1 Wellsworth Optical Rule, plastic ruler, 6"
1 Johnston Optical Company measuring ruler, Detroit, Mich. 6"x2V
2 pair eyeglasses in hinged cases

336 ABANDONED 07/24/1987 Memphis
BROWN, JOHN C. BROWN, JOHN C. Two boxes of eyeglasses (not antique), total of 22 pair of glasses + 2 unmounted lenses.

? Maria is going to look on her desk for information about this donation. There is a John C. Brown, O.D, listed in the Blue book, but it is a different address in Auburn.
945 ABANDONED 09/25/1986 Auburn
BUCAR, ALBERT A. BUCAR, ALBERT A. Draft of The Public and High Blood -Pressure; A Second Look. Six Year Follow-Up Survey of Public Knowledge and Reported Behavior. Principal Investigator: Arthur C. Littleton, Ph.D. Senior Researcher: Miller W. Boyd, Ph.D. Prepared for The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute by Urban Behavioral Research Associates, Inc., and Louis Harris & Associates, March 1980. 338 ABANDONED 10/06/1980 Antioch
GOTTLIEB, RAYMOND L. GOTTLIEB, RAYMOND L. Gottlieb, Raymond L. The Psychophysiology of Nearsightedness. Dissertation presented to the Humanistic Psychology Insistute in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Humanistic Sciences, 1978. 663 ABANDONED 11/1979 Santa Rosa
BUXTON, HAROLD E. BUXTON, HAROLD E. Aids to OphthalrTiology, by N. Bishop Harmon. 9th ed., revised by P. M. Moffatt.
London: BailTlere, Tindall & Cox, 1944.

Binocular Imbalance, by Margaret Dobson. Loridon: H.K. Lewis & Co., 1942.

Binocular Vision and the Modern Treatment of Squint, by Margaret Dobson. Oxford
University Press, London: Humphrey Milford, 1933.

Dynamic Retinoscopy, by L. A. Swann. London: Raphael's Ltd., 1944. Revised ed.

Eyes and Spectacles, by Dr. M. Von Rohr. English transl. by A. Harold Levy.
2nd ed. London: The Hatton Press, 1912.

A Study of the Training Given Student Optometrists in the Field of Diagnosis of
Eye Pathology and Relating General Disease. (Abridgement of material
originally published in the February 1938 issue of American Journal of Optometry.)
Reprinted and distributed by the Journal of the American Optometric Assn.

* The ABC of Fitting Glasses; a Manyal. for the Optician, by Edmund T. Allen.
Chicago: Hazlitt & Walker, 1910.
* Pocket Optical Pictionary and EncyIcopedia. 3rd ed. J.J. Lewis. c1908.
* Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary and Encyclopedia. 6th ed. J.J. Lewis. c1916.

24 issues of the Journal of the American Qptometric Assn., Sept. 1949 - Nov. 1953

M U S E U M I T E M S :
* bound test types card book in different languages, c1927 Universal Cover Mfgrs.
* 1 hand punch, 1 optometer, 1 placido disc, 1 heating cone for frames, screws,
1 hinged box containing trial lens set demonstrating round bifocal segs


340 ABANDONED 06/02/1989 Cape Girardeau
BUXTON, HAROLD E. BUXTON, HAROLD E. trial case with certificate of warranty from the Hardy Optical Co., Chicago, 1890. The left two rows of convex lenses are bifocal with the distance and add focal lengths on the labels. The bifocal is the old cement bifocal. There are no cylinders and no concave lenses.

oval single plus lenses from Merry Optical Co.,

enclosed is a box of crescent shaped wafers or adds with the power of each and focal length on stickers. With Canada balsam the bifocals could be made and the glasses
dispenses in a short time.

Dr. Hoffman's AO rimless samples in a kit

two eye charts, one a near point chart by Gate City Optical , the other is unique, a Snellen chart printed with Old English, or German, or Hebrew
341 ABANDONED 11/28/1995 Cape Girardeau
CAMPBELL, GARY L. CAMPBELL, GARY L. BOOK:
Phoroptors : Early American Instruments of Refraction and Those Who Used Them, by Gary L. Campbell. Wheaton, IL c2008 [99p.]

343 ABANDONED 07/14/2010 Wheaton
CANDEUB, LEON CANDEUB, LEON Poise, Kenneth A. "Oxygen Needs in Contact Lens Wear", 36 slides, clinical
consultation cassette, & monograph. The Competency Enhancement Program For
the Optometric Practice, Volume 1, Module 1. Washington, The Center For
Advancement of Optometric Practice, 1981.
344 ABANDONED 12/1981 Oreland
CANTERMAN, DANIEL D. CANTERMAN, DANIEL D. Pullman Standard Post Script (collection of this periodical) 862 ABANDONED 1976-1977 Butler
PULLMAN-STANDARD CAR MANUFACTURING CO CANTERMAN, DANIEL D. PULLMAN STANDARD POST SCRIPT (Published by and for the employees of the
Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Co., Butler, Pennsylvania.)
Vol. 3, no. 23-26. June 10, 24; July 8, 22, 1949

Vol. 4, no. 1-2, 4-5, 7-16, 18-19, 21-24, 27-28, 30, 35.
Aug. 5, 19; Sept. 16, 30; Oct. 28; Nov. 10, 25; Dec. 9, 23; 1949.
Jan. 6, 20; Feb. 3, 17; Mar. 3, 30; Apr. 14; May 12, 26; June 9, 23;
Aug. 4, 18; Sept. 15; Nov. 24; 1950.
345 ABANDONED 06/07/1977 Butler
CANTRELL, CECIL H. CANTRELL, CECIL H. J O U R N A L S :
The Tennessee Optometrist,
Vol. 3, number 8, July/August 1950
Vol. 4, number 10, March/April 1951
number 11, Sept/Oct. 1951
number 12, Nov./Dec. 1951
Vol. 5, number 1, Jan/Feb. 1952
number 2, March/Apr 1952
number 3, May/June 1952
number 4, July/Aug. 1952
number 5, Sept/Oct. 1952
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1952
Vol. 6, number 1, Jan/Feb. 1953
number 2, March/Apr. 1953
number 3, May/June 1953
number 4, July/Aug. 1953*
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1953*
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1953*
Vol. 7, number 1 Jan/Feb. 1954
number 2, March/Apr. 1954*
number 3, May/June, 1954
number 4, July/Aug. 1954
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1954
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1954
Vol. 8, number 1 Jan/Feb. 1955
number 2, March/April 1955
number 3, May/June 1955
number 4, July/Aug. 1955
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1955
number 6 Nov./Dec. 1955
Vol.9, number 1 Jan./Feb. 1956
number 2, March/Apr. 1956
number 3, May/June, 1956
number 4, July/Aug. 1956
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1956
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1956
Vol. 10, number 1, Jan/Feb. 1957
number 2, March/Apr. 1957
number 3, May/June, 1957
number 4, July/Aug. 1957
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1957
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1957
Vol. 11, number 1, Jan/Feb. 1958
number 2, March/Apr. 1958
number 3, May/June, 1958
number 4, July/Aug. 1958
number 5, Sept./Oct. 1958
number 6, Nov./Dec. 1958
The Southern Optometrist,
Vol. 5, number 11, July 1952
number 12, August 1952
Vol. 6, number 1, September 1952
number 2, October 1952
number 3, November 1952
number 4, December 1952
number 5, January 1953
number 6, February 1953
number 7, March 1953
number 8, April 1953
number 9, May, 1953
number 10, June, 1953
number 11, July, 1953
number 12, August 1953
Vol. 7, number 1, September 1953
number 2, October 1953
number 3, November 1953
number 4, December 1953
number 5, January 1954
number 6, February 1954
number 7, March, 1954
number 8, April 1954
number 9, May 1954
number 10, June 1954
number 11, July 1954
number 12, August 1954
Vol. 8, number 1, September, 1954
number 2, October, 1954
number 3, November, 1954
number 4, December, 1954
number 5, January, 1955
number 6, February, 1955
number 7, March, 1955
number 8, April, 1955
number 9, May, 1955
number 10, June, 1955
number 11, July, 1955
number 12, August, 1955
Vol. 9, number 1, September, 1955
number 2, October, 1955
number 3, Novemeber, 1955
number 4, December, 1955
number 5, January, 1956
number 6, February, 1956
number 7, March, 1956
number 8, April, 1956
number 9, May, 1956
number 10, June, 1956
number 11, July, 1956
number 12, August, 1956


347 ABANDONED 03/27/1973 Winchester
CANTRELL, CECIL H. CANTRELL, CECIL H. J O U R N A L S :
The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry
Volume 90, Number 7, April 1, 1953 to Volume 90, Number 24, December 15, 1953.
Volume 91, 1954, Complete
Volume 92, Number 1, January 1, 1955 to Volume 92, Number 4, March 15, 1955.
Volume 95, Number 5, March 1, 1958 to Volume 95, Number 24, December 15, 1958.
Volume 96, Number 1, January 1, 1959 to Volume 96, Number 7, April 1, 1959, and Volume 96, Number 13, July 1, 1959 to Volume 96, Number 18, September 15, 1959.
346 ABANDONED 04/20/1973 Winchester
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY CAPLAN, LESTER "Optometry and the American Public Health Association" (submitted by Dr. Caplan for his Diplomate in Public Health and Environmenal Optometry, at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry, December, 1998)

"History of the Association of Optpmetric Contact Lens Educators 1974-98" (Written by Dr. Caplan and published in the Fall '97 and Spring '98 issues of the Newsletter of the AOCLE)

2 issues of the AOCLE Newsletter (Assn. of Optometric Contact Lens Educators)
#12 Fall, 1997
#13 Spring, 1998
348 ABANDONED 02/19/1999 Birmingham
CARLSON, H.L CARLSON, H.L OPHTHALMOSCOPE, RETINSCOPE & SEVERAL PAIR OF OLD
GLASSES.
877 ABANDONED 03/17/1980 Galesburg
PRIMARY EYE CARE CATANIA, LOUIS J. Replacement slide & pages from Ant. Seg. 989 ABANDONED 08/1985 Dresher

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
PRIMARY EYE CARE CATANIA, LOUIS J. 3 replacement cassettes - no charge 946 ABANDONED 01/30/1987 Dresher
CHILDRESS, CARL W. CARL W. CHILDRESS JOURNALS
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
31 issues, 1974 9 issues, 1977
30 issues, 1975 9 issues, 1978
12 issues, 1976 9 issues, 1979

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1 issue, 1969 17 issues, 1976
1 issue, 1973 10 issues, 1977
22 issues, 1974 6 issues, 1978
38 issues, 1975

OPTICAL JOURNAL & REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
13 issues, 1958
6 issues, 1968

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
11 issues, 1969
12 issues, 1970
12 issues, 1971
11 issues, 1972
13 issues, 1973
4 issues, 1974
10 issues, 1975
15 issues, 1976
16 issues, 1977

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY
27 issues, 1954
49 issues, 1963
46 issues, 1975
47 issues, 1976


352 ABANDONED 09/08/1981 Longview
CHILDRESS, CARL W. CARL W. CHILDRESS JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRIC VISION THERAPY
JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRIC VISION DEVELOPMENT
8 issues, 1971
4 issues, 1972
12 issues, 1973
11 issues, 1974
6 issues 1975
8 issues, 1976
6 issues, 1977
4 issues, 1978
3 issues, 1979

NEWSLETTER (COVD)
Fall/Winter, 1977
353 ABANDONED 09/15/1981 Longview
CHILDRESS, MARY CHILDRESS, MARY JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Volume 25 No. 8,9 March, April 1954
Volume 26 No. 11 June, 1955
Volume 27 No. 7,9 February, April 1956
Volume 28 No. 4,5 No. 6,8,9 November, December 1956, January, March, April 1957
Volume 29 No. 3,No. 7,8, October 1957, February, March 1958
Volume 30 No. 1,3,4, No. 6,9,12, August, October, November 1958, January, April, July, 1959
Volume 31 No. 2 September, 1959
Volume 33 No. 6-10,12 January-May, July 1962
Volume 34 No. 1, No. 17, August, 1962, December, 1963
Volume 35 No. 1-4,8-9,12 January-April, August-September, December 1964
Volume 36 No. 1-5,8-12 January-May, August-December 1965
Volume 37 No. 1-7,9-11 January-July, September-November 1966
Volume 38 No. 1-7,9,11-12 January-July, September, November-December 1967
Volume 39 No. 1-5,7,10,12 January-May, July, October, December 1968
Volume 40 No. 1,4,7,9,11,12 January, April, July, September, November(2), December, 1969
Volume 41 No. 1-3,5-12 January, February(2), March(2), May(2), June, July-November(2 copies each), December, 1970
Volume 42 No. 1,3-13 January(2), March-December(2 copies each) 1971
Volume 43 No. 1-8, 11-13 January - May(2 copies each), June, July(2), August, October-December, 1972
Volume 44 No. 1-2,5-10,12 January, February, May, June-September(2 copies each)
October, December(2) 1973
351 ABANDONED 06/12/1964 Longview
CHILDRESS, RAYMOND CHILDRESS, RAYMOND AOA Journals 846 ABANDONED 06/12/1974 Longview
CHRIST, JACK JACK CHRIST BOOKS:
Henning, Wm. The fundamentals of chrome-orthoptics. Chicago,
Actino Laboratories, Inc., c1936. 48 pages.

Optometry Field Magazine Year Book, three, four, and five.
(Author, date, and publisher unidentified. Search
being made to identify the source of this publication.)
355 ABANDONED 05/1970 Blackfoot
CHRIST, JACK JACK CHRIST 4 books 55 ABANDONED 06/18/1970 Blackfoot
CHRIST, JACK JACK CHRIST B O O K S :
Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics.
Baltimore, MD: Waverly Press, 1939. 149p.

Jaques, Louis, and George Crow. Applied Refraction, With Special Reference to the
Blur-Out Point Technique. Los Angeles, CA: Harry R. Day, 1934. 123p.

Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists 1963. 25th ed. Chicago:
The Professional Press, 1963. 373p.

Sheard, Charles. Dynamic Ocular Tests. Columbus, Ohio: The Lawrence Press, c1917,

Updegrave, William M. The Seeing Eye. Johnstown, PA: Schubert Press, 1936.
(many pages torn out of book)

Wesley, Newton K. and George N. Contact Lens Practice. Chicago: Professional
Press, c1953. 109p.

Zoethout, W. D. Phys io1og i ca1 Op tics . 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press,
1939. 406p.

F O R T H E M U S E U M :
1 set of 36 Mueller Welt Fluidless Contact Lenses, in case. Excellent condition.
354 ABANDONED 11/06/1987 Blackfoot
CINCO, CLARO M. CINCO, CLARO M. Cinco, Claro M Optometry and Related Jurisprudence Published by Dr. Cinco, C 1987. 907 ABANDONED 11/04/1987 Capitol Site, Cebu City
CLARK, A. BURTON CLARK, A. BURTON 1. Chinese eyeglasses-No lenses-Original quarts lenses lost. White metal but tortise eye wire-About 42 mm round. Excellent condition for age. Folding temples with Swastika in the round end of temple. 500-600 yrs old ..UNIQUE�4750.00

2. Chinese eyeglasses- found by Dr. Clark in China. Unique. Shows European influence-lenses havo a plus reading power unlike the older models (having no power) 500.yrs old -- 1250.00

3. Very fine pewter reading lenses- Early American. Approximately 250 years old $350.00

4. Ben Franklin type bifocals. Thin wire frame--Metal case. History enclosed in case. 150 yrs old ;1300.00

5. Old Hand Retinoacope-Reflecting- Need repair. 100.00

Other items.
357 ABANDONED 12/15/1977 Visalia
CLASSE, JOHN C. CLASSE, JOHN C. 1 book, Legal Aspects of Optometry C1989, 880 ABANDONED  
COHEN, GILBERT BLASS COHEN, GILBERT BLASS Video tape showing a items from his antique spectacle
collection.
364 ABANDONED 04/14/1992 Houston
COHEN, GILBERT BLASS COHEN, GILBERT BLASS 1 pair of "Nuremburg" single wire, round nose spectacles, in flat edged grooved copper wire, C 1650.

1 pair of "Nuremburg" single wire, round rim nose spectacles, in flat edged grooved copper wire, C 1700.

363 ABANDONED 12/07/1993 Houston
COLE, SAMUEL COLE, SAMUEL J. wooden 3-drawer lens box

There are over 600 lenses which range from late 1890s to mid 50s. The most intersting are Wells Worth Tillyer lenses in envelops with printed slogan "The World's Finest" three drawers and dimensions are 18" 4' x 11 3/4" Height is 11 3/4".
937 ABANDONED 12/07/1983 Nokesville
COLE, SAMUEL J. COLE, SAMUEL J. Record is not entirely clear about what was included, but it seems that it was:
Nicaloy Rodeo Frames
White Metal Saddle bridge frames without lenses
White metal saddle bridge frames with lenses
set of measuring glasses (12 pr. glasses)
5 odd pair of measuring glasses
zyl and metal frames
old reading glasses
tortoise shell frames
pinch ons
americal optical lens hand drill
old phoroptor
old lens cabinet
hand retinoscope
dezeng retinoscope (complete in case)
antique temples
old optical envelopes
miscellaneous parts
old spectacles in cases
#220 Tait scope
Old examination chair
Antique coat rack
lense cabinet

(total valued at $945)
1023 ABANDONED 08/30/1966 Manassas
COLE, SAMUEL J. COLE, SAMUEL J. Four drawers of antique lenses. 1022 ABANDONED 02/17/1967 Manassas
CHILDRENS PERCEPTUAL ACHIEVEMENT CENTER COLEMAN, HOWARD M. Coleman, Howard M The West Warwick Visual Perception Study; "Eyes Have
They, But They See Not."Rumford (Rl), Children's Perceptual Achievement
Center, [1970 or 1971].
368 ABANDONED 12/1977 Rumford
COOK, PALMER COOK, PALMER Dolman Peg Test (20 x 10 x 8) 1036 ABANDONED 11/29/2011 Cincinnati
COON, MICHAEL W. MICHAEL W. COON AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 44, 1967 - Jan-Dec.
Vol. 45, 1968 - Jan-Dec.
Vol. 46, 1969 - Jan-Dec.
Vol. 47, 1970 - Jan, Feb, Mar (2), Apr (2), May-Sept, Nov, Dec.
Vol. 48, 1971 - Feb-May, July-Dec.:
Vol. 49, 1972 - Jan-Dec.
Vol. 50, 1973 - Jan-Dec.

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
Vol 51, 1974, Jan-Dec
Vol 52, 1975, Jan-Dec
Vol 53, 1976, Jan-Dec
Vol 54, 1977, Jan-Dec
Vol 55, 1978, Jan-Mar, June-Dec
Vol 56, 1979, Jan-Dec
Vol 57, 1980, Jan-Dec
Vol 58, 1981, Jan-Dec
Vol 59, 1982, Jan-Nov.
374 ABANDONED 01/10/1983 Silver City
CORNS, ROBERT G. CORNS, ROBERT G. National Recovery Administration. Code of Fair Competition for the Optical Retail Trade. As Approved on June 4, 1934. (Approved Code No, 454) Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1934.

(Pages numbered 149-162. In good condition, some underlining on pages
159-162. On front cover in pencil is written "Robinson Optical Co.")
375 ABANDONED 10/17/1983 Lowell
COSTABILE, JOHN D. COSTABILE, JOHN D. North Carolina Optometrist:
Volume 1, number 6, Nov. 1934
Volume 1, number 7, Dec. 1934
Volume 1, number 8, Jan. 1935
Volume 1, number 10, April, 1935
Volume 1, number 12, June, 1935
Volume 2, number 1, July 1935
Volume 2, number 2, Aug. 1935
Volume 2, number 3, Sept. 1935
Volume 2, number 5, Nov. 1935
Volume 2, number 6, Dec. 1935
Volume 2, number 7, Jan. 1936
Volume 2, number 8, Feb. 1936
Volume 2, number 9, Mar. 1936
Volume 2 number 12, June 1936
Volume 3, number 2, Aug. 1936
Volume 3, number 4, Oct. 1936
Volume 3, number 8, Mar. 1937
Volume 3, number 10, May 1937
Volume 3, number 12, July 1937
Volume 4, number 9, Apr. 1938
Volume 6, number 4, Dec. 1939
Volume 6, number 5, Jan. 1940
Volume 6, number 12, Aug. 1940
Volume 7, number 1, Oct. 1940
Volume 7, number 9, July 1941
Volume 7, number 10, Aug. 1941
Volume 7, number 1, Nov. 1941
Volume 7, number 3, Jan. 1942
Volume 7, number 5, Mar. 1942
Volume 7, number 8, July 1942
Volume 7, number 10, Sept. 1942
Volume 7, number 11, Nov. 1942
Volume 7, number 12, Dec. 1942
Volume 9, number 1, Jan. 1944
Volume 10, number 3, Oct. 1944
Volume 10, number 4, Nov. 1944
Volume 10, number 7, Sept. 1946
Volume 11, number 4, Apr. 1947
Volume 12, number 12, Mar. 1949
Volume 13, number 5-6, Aug/Sept. 1949
Volume 14, number 4, Aug/Sept/Oct. 1950, 2 copies
Volume 18, number 7, July/Aug. 1956
Volume 19, number 6, Jan/Feb. 1957
Volume 21, number 2, July/Aug. 1958

The Southern Optometrist:
Volume 4 Number 1, September 1950
Volume 8 Number 12, August 1955

NCOS Newsletter, [1963] , 1 issue.

19 newspaper clippings pertaining to optometry and optometrists in North Carolina.

Personal papers of Henry B. Day, O.D.:3 certificates and personal correspondence consisting of 4 letters

Ritholz versus North Carolina State Board of Examiners in Optometry

U.S.D.C. Middle district of North Carolina, Jan. 25, 1937, decision on motion to dismiss.
Ibid, February 1937, findings of fact and conclusions of law.

Articles authored by Henry B. Day, O.D.:Day, Henry B "Are you color-blind?" Typed manuscript, 4 pages

____. "College dean enters optometry." North Carolina Optometrist, April 1948, page 5.

____. "Office procedure for the optometric assistant." Typed manuscript, 2 pages.

North Carolina State College, Department of Psychology North Carolina State Optometric Society research project in vision for the academic year 1952-53. 2 pages.

North Carolina State Board of Examiners in Optometry Optometry in North Carolina, law and registration revised to May 1, 1935. 24 pages.

North Carolina Optometric Association (formerly North Carolina State
Optical Society):
Congress Programs:
July 19-20, 1911, Asheville, N.C., fourth annual convention
June 20-21, 1912, Charlotte, N.C., fifth annual convention
July 17-18, 1913, Durham, N.C., sixth annual convention
July 5-6, 1915, Salisbury, N.C., eighth annual convention
April 26-30, 1937, Durham, N.C., thirtieth annual convention
May 15-17, 1949, Atlantic Beach, N.C., fourty-second annual convention
May 26-28, 1957, Raleigh, N.C., fiftieth annual convention

Report of Chairman of Speakers Bureau, Henry B. Day, O.D. Chairman,
n.d., 1 typed page.

Optometry law of North Carolina. Issued July, 1913. 35 pages.

Optometry and its growth in North Carolina. Issued April 1, 1954. 23 pages.

Constitution and by-laws of the North Carolina State Optometric Society, Inc. Adopted 1956. 14 pages.

History of optometry in North Carolina. (no author or date) 23 typed pages.

2 pictures of the members of the 1st. Board of Examiners in Optometry for North Carolina.

Woman's Auxiliary to the North Carolina Optometrist, Inc: Constitution and by-laws of the Womans Auxiliary to the North Carolina Optometrists, Inc. n.d., 5 typed pages.
Minutes of meetings:
November 15, 1959, Raleigh N.C., 1 page.
May 23, 1960, Charlotte, N. C., 1 page.
May 30, 1961, Asheville, N.C., 1 page.
May 28, 1962, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1 page.
Minutes of Directors of the Auxiliary:
November 7, 1960, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1 page.
May 29, 1962, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1 page.

Neill, John C The adaptation of ophthalmic corrective lenses tosafety goggles, three clinics. Sponsored by the Philadelphia Chapter, Academy of Optometry of Pennsylvania, July 7-9,14, 1942. 24 pages.

Murrell, Straton C "More about vision without sight " Archives of the American Society of Ophthalmology and Optometry, 1961, 3-231

North Carolina State Optometric Society, Vision in the Schools Committee The North Carolina plan for vision conservation in the schools. n.d., 20 pages. 2 copies.

3 retinoscopes

1 ophthalmoscope

E Y E G L A S S E S :
1 gold filled rodeo frame, p-3 shape by Bausch & Lomb. No lenses.
1 white gold filled cortland frame with round lens shape by Bausch &
Lomb. No lenses.
1 white gold, round rimed, padded bridge frame with plastic pads
rivited on. Bifocal lenses.
1 gold colored eyeglass reel.


377 ABANDONED 10/25/1971 Wilson
COSTABILE, JOHN D. COSTABILE, JOHN D. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
vol. 38, 1961; 3 issues
vol. 39, 1962; 5 issues
vol. 40, 1963, 6 issues
vol. 41, 1964, 3 issues
vol. 42, 1965, 4 issues
vol. 43, 1966, 7 issues
vol. 44, 1967, 5 issues
vol. 45, 1968, 5 issues
vol. 46, 1969, 11 issues
vol. 47, 1970, 11 issues
vol. 48, 1971, 11 issues
vol. 49, 1972, complete
vol. 50, 1973, 9 issues

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
vol. 32: 2,4 Sept. 1970, March 1971
vol. 33:3-4 Dec. 1971, March 1972

CONTACTO
vol. 13:2 June 1969

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
vol. 29, 1957/58, 1 issue
vol. 33, 1961/62, 1 issues
vol. 34, 1962/63, 3 issues
vol. 35, 1964, 1 issue
vol. 36, 1965, 2 issues
vol. 37, 1966, 6 issues
vol. 38, 1967, 9 issues
vol. 39, 1968, 8 issues
vol. 40, 1969, 11 issues
vol. 41, 1970, 15 issues
vol. 42, 1971, 24 issues
vol. 43, 1972, 10 issues
vol. 44, 1973, 5 issues

JOURNAL OF THE CALIFORNIA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
v. 28:6 Dec/Jan. 1960/61
30:4 June/July 1962
31:4 June/July 1963
32:3,4 April/May, June/July 1964
33:2 March 1965
34:3-6 Apr/May - Oct/Nov. 1966
35:1-2,4,7 Feb-Mar., June/July, Dec/Jan. 1967/68
36:1,5-7 Feb/Mar, Aug/Sept. - Dec/Jan. 1968/69
37, 1969, complete
38, 1970, complete
39, 1971, complete
40, 1972, complete
41:1-5 Feb-Aug/Sept. 1973

MEDICAL CARE
Vol. 7:5-6 Sept/Oct - Nov/Dec. 1969
8:1-3,4(Suppl.), 5 Jan/Feb-May/June, July/Aug, Sept/Oct. 1970

MINNESOTA OPTOMETRIST
May 1972

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
v. 19:5-6 May-June 1968
21:8-9 Oct-Nov. 1970
22:1-4,6-9 Jan-Apr., June-Nov. 1971

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
v. 2:6 June 1966
6:6-10 June-Oct. 1970
7:1,7,12 Jan, July, Dec. 1971
8:5-9,12 May-Sept., Dec. 1972
9:1-4,7,11 Jan-Apr., July, Nov. 1973

THE SIGHT-SAVING REVIEW
v. 39:3-4 Fall-Winter 1969-70

American Optometric Association. Manual for Committees, Minneapolis, American
Optometric Association, Inc. (c1948) 1949, 12 pages.

Directory. Health Education Resources of Member Agencies of the North Carolina
Health Council. Raleigh, NC, C1971D 32pages.

Moffie, Dannie and Howard C. Olson. North Carolina State Optometric Society
Research in Vision. Report of Progress.Raleigh, NC,1952.(4 copies)

North Carolina State College Occupational Vision Congress, Second, Raleigh,
1950. Proceedings. (3 copies)

Vision Research Institute. Your Eyes and Your Optometrist, Wilson, NC, Vision
Research Institute, 1959. 32 pages.

Wesley, Newton K., O.D. The Multi-Range Contact Lens and Related Subjects,
Chicago, Contact Lens Publishing Co., 1969. 20 pages.

376 ABANDONED 01/24/1974 Wilson
COVIOUX, WAYNE A. COVIOUX, WAYNE A. Adam C. Opthalmoscopic Diagnosis: Based on Typical Pictures of the Fundus of the Eye with Special Reference to the Needs of General Practitioners and Students. Translated by Matthias Lanckton Foster. New York City: Medical Art Agency, 1913.

Colburn, J. Elliott Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Eye. Chicago: The CliniciaTHeview Publishing Co. 1902, c1901

Greeff, Richard Atlas of External Diseases of the Eye for Physicians and Students New York : Rebman English Company, 1909.

Johnston, J. Milton and Visual Tests Eye Studies, a series of lessons on vision and visual tests. Chicago: J.M. Johnston, 1892.

Noyes, Henry D. A Text-Book on Diseases of the Eye. New York: William Wood & Company, 1890
378 ABANDONED 10/1977 Pembine
CRANE, B.D. CRANE, B.D. Trial lens case and 2 boxes of items 863 ABANDONED 05/17/1977 Mt. Pleasant
CRINIGAN, RICHARD P. CRINIGAN, RICHARD P. 2 copies, American Optical Company #590 Phoroptor and #2390 Trial Frame
Dioptric Scale.

1 copy, Instruction booklet for American Optical Company Additive
Phoroptor, model #590, c1940. 34 pages.

1 copy, Instruction booklet for American Optical Company Trial Frame,
#2390, (c1939). 7 pages.

1 copy, Instruction booklet, American Optical Company Project-0-Chart
projection apparatus and equipment for visual acuity and
subjective testing, c1933, 1935, 1938 & 1940. 32 pages.

1 reprint, Kohn, Harold "Optical Plans." Journal of the American
Optometric Association, Dec. 1953 and Jan. 1954. 19 pages.

408 ABANDONED 04/22/1984 Watervliet
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL 1 1960 Eastern Seaboard & 1961 St. Louis Conf Transcript (spec)
1 1964 San Jose Seminar & Conference Transcript (Spec)
1 1965 San Jose Seminar and Conference Trascript (Spec)
1 1966 San Jose Seminar and Conference Transcript (Spec)
1 1967 San Jose Seminar and Conference Transcript Regular
1 1964 St. Louis & Eastern Seaboard Conf Transcript (Spec)
1 1966 St. Louis & Eastern Seaboard Conf Transcript (Spec)
1 1968 St. Louis & Eastern Seaboard Conf Transcript Regular
1 1966 San Diego Fall Seminar & Santa Clara Forum Regular
1 1967 San Diego Co Vis Screening Seminar Regular
1029 ABANDONED 05/29/1968 Lebanon
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL Transcript, 31st. Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, DC, Jan 18-20, 1986 990 ABANDONED 04/1986 Lebanon
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL 1986 and 1987 OEP Conf. proceeding 950 ABANDONED 08/04/1986 Lebanon
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL Transcript for the 1986 Northeast Vision Conference, 1986 Mid American Vision Conference, and the 1986 Southeastern Visual Training Forum. 1028 ABANDONED 08/29/1986 Lebanon
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL Transcript from 43rd annual San Jose Vision Therapy Conference 1027 ABANDONED 11/21/1986 Lebanon
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL OEP Conf (3 1987 conferences)

44th. Annual San Jose Vision Therapy Conf., 8/87

33rd. Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, 1/23-25/88.
909 ABANDONED 07/08/1987 Camas
CROISANT, CARYL CROISANT, CARYL OEP Conf. Proceeding (1/88,3/88,4/88) 883 ABANDONED 07/18/1988 Lebanon
CRUM, J. DAVID CRUM, J. DAVID "ortho-fuser" & slides. 975 ABANDONED 11/30/1984 Augusta
CRUSE, LYLE M. CRUSE, LYLE M. History of Correspondence Department, Philadelphia Optical College, [pages numbered
9-16]

1915 correspondence course, Philadelphia Optical College, H. H. Rosser, Matriculation
Number 2522, 27 lessons, completed.

Syllabus, Lessons 1-26. Contents of the record, 13 series.

2 handwritten notes by C. H. Brown, President, Philadelphia Optical College.

Optometric Weekly, Volume 23, Number 2, March 3, 1932.

Securio The Human Eye. Tr. R. M. Lockwood. New York, Optical Publishing Company,
[1914J.16 pages.

Federal Board for Vocational Education The Practice of Optometry and the Training
it Requires. Opportunity Monograph, Vocational Rehabilitation Series No. 3U.
Office of the Surgeon General, War Department, and Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery, Navy Department, April 1919. 7 pages.

Sentinels of Vision. 11 pages. [n.d.]

Two eye examination charts.
410 ABANDONED 01/13/1976 York
CRUSE, LYLE M. CRUSE, LYLE M. Two old items from Veterans Administration 409 ABANDONED 11/16/1977 York
CRUSE, LYLE M. CRUSE, LYLE M. 5 badges from the 1918 Penn. Optical Society annual Congress. 1007 ABANDONED 03/23/1984 York
CURRY, SIDNEY SPRINGBORG, W.A., O.D. 2017.FIC.0490--Trial Lens Set. American Optical. Wood case with velvet lining. Incomplete.

Wellsworth-DeZeng Phoroptor c. 1922-25
1249 ABANDONED   Lansing
DALE, WILLIAM R. DALE, WILLIAM R. MUSEUM ITEMS:
1 Eyeglass chain with 14K gold filled chain and 10K solid gold
earloop, manufactured by F. A. Hardy and Company.

1 Hairpin type eyeglass chain, 14K gold filled, manufactured by
F. A. Hardy and Company.
422 ABANDONED 07/1972 Olney
DAVIS, G. B. DAVIS, G. B. ONE LORING'S OPHTHALMOSCOPE and CASE 423 ABANDONED 01/17/1967 Quincy
DAY, ROBERT E. DAY, ROBERT E. 8 1/2 x 11 box of old "papers" and publications. 847 ABANDONED 07/08/1974  
DAY, ROBERT E. DAY, ROBERT E. Over-sized photo. 1076 ABANDONED 01/09/1977 Garland
DAY, ROBERT E. DAY, ROBERT E. Pettey, Weston A. Optometry in Texas, 1900-1984. Austin, Nortex Press, C1985. 992 ABANDONED 05/27/1986 Garland
DESAULNIERS, RENE G. DESAULNIERS, RENE G. International Association of Boards of Examiners in Optometry A manual of optometric jurisprudence and suggested uniform standards, 1st. edition. International Association of Boards of Examiners in Optometry, c1930. 92 pages. 429 ABANDONED 05/26/1970 Putnam
DEMMER, HAROLD F. DEMMER, HAROLD F. Giebink, Gerald A., and White, Nicole H., editors. Ambulatory Medical Care Quality Assurance 1977; Issues, Directions, and Applications. Proceedings of the Conference, March 31 and April 1, 1977, San Francisco, California. La Jolla, Calif., La Jolla Health Science Publications, 1977. 428 ABANDONED 01/26/1978 Houma
DENNIS, DAVID DENNIS, DAVID Copy of his thesis What is the Visual Status of Elderly
Residents of ...
889 ABANDONED 12/1980 Redding
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. THE INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY, ARCHIVES AND MUSEUM OF OPTOMETRY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES
RECEIPT OF THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL DONATED BY DR. JAMES F. DICKSON, Box 909, Lindsay,
California 923^7. Received August 10, 1976
QUESTIONS by the Kansas State Board of Examiners in Optometry at the Semi-Annual
Examination, Topeka, Kansas, September 21, 191^. Group one, two, and three.
3 pages.
QUESTIONS by the Kansas State Board of Examiners in Optometry at the Semi-Annual
Examination, Topeka, Kansas, April 19th & 20th, 1915. Group one, two, and
three. 3 pages.
20 ABANDONED 08/10/1976 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. QUESTIONS by the Kansas State Board of Examiners in Optometry at the Semi-Annual
Examination, Topeka, Kansas, September 21, 191^. Group one, two, and three. 3 pages.

QUESTIONS by the Kansas State Board of Examiners in Optometry at the Semi-Annual
Examination, Topeka, Kansas, April 19th & 20th, 1915. Group one, two, and three. 3 pages.
443 ABANDONED 08/10/1976 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. General Lee glasses - unique 5000

Solid gold, engraved Wing glasses- unique 5000

Korean - unique 2500

Chinese w/ case - unique 3500 (purchased by Dickson from Tibetan Dr. leaving communist rule)

Chinese - unique 2500

Chinese Quizzer (date unknown) unique 1000

Swimming goggles, handmade - unique 250

Eskimo snow goggle - handmade 300

Optical instrument - Mfg'r unknown (EXANCO printed on it - 4 pieces) 250

Refractor - 3 pieces - unique (damaged - see article in FRAMES for source) 2500

LORGNETTES 1850 to 1900
Lorgnette - unique - DO NOT OPEN - BROKEN (Pg. 65 #2 in E.A.S.) 350

Lorgnette - unique - DO NOT OPEN - BROKEN (Pg. 65 #2 in E.A.S.) 350

Lorgnette - unique - DO NOT OPEN - BROKEN (Pg. 65 #2 in E.A.S.) -damaged 100

About 1875 (mounted on board) 900

About 1875 (mounted on board) 600

About 1875 (mounted on board) 250

About 1875 (mounted on board) 200

About 1875 (mounted on board) 200

About 1875 (mounted on board) 200

About 1875 (mounted on board) 200

Solid gold (mounted on board) 1250

Solid gold (mounted on board) 1250

damaged (plate 27 #2 in E.A.S.) 200

unique (mounted on board) 1000

(mounted on board) 250

unique (mounted on board) 900

(mounted on board) 600

(mounted on board) 600

(mounted on board) 600

Gold (mounted on board) 800

Gold (mounted on board) 800

Hand carved (mounted on board) 1000

unique (mounted on board) 1500

unique (mounted on board) 1500

(mounted on board) 800

OXFORDS
w/ chain unique (mounted on board) 800

(mounted on board) 600

(mounted on board) 100

(mounted on board) 100

(mounted on board) 50

(mounted on board) 50

w/ chain (mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 40

(mounted on board) 40

z fold 50

gold 75

OXFORDS - PIMCE NEZ TYPE (Pg. 93 - center in E.A.S. Pg. 155 #129 in E.A.S. Pg. 164 - plate U in E.A.S.)
Rimless - tinted 15

w/ case - damaged 15

solid gold - no lense 275

Gold (mounted on board) 2160

Hard rubber (mounted on board) 275

gold - w/chain (mounted on board) 130

brass - w/chain (mounted on board) 30

rubber - w/chain (mounted on board) 30

rubber - w/case (mounted on board) 30

steel - w/case (mounted on board) 30

steel - w/ unique case (mounted on board) 45

7 hard rubber 175

9 gold (mounted on board) 1080

5 cases 25

4 steel 100

4 gold pince-nez not oxford 200

hard rubber - colored - unique (Mounted on above board) 50

SAFETY
Lt. blue lense, w/case - Smelting glass - Sears, R. 1878 100

2 Clear lense, w/ case Smelting glass - Sears, R. 1878 (mounted on board) 200

Dark blue, w/case Smelting glass - Sears, R. 1878 100

Plastic, w/case Smelting glass - Sears, R. 1878 75

1920 20

1920 w/metal case 30

Lt. blue lense, w/case 200

Lt. green lense 100

Blue lense - minus one lense 50

Folding amber zyl - unique - (pic in FRAMES) 150

PINCE NEZ
Half eye, u/chain - gold - w/case 125

Gold - no lense 65

Half eye 100

Steel, w/chain, w/hairpin 65

Octagon - gold 30

Tortoise on metal 45

Tortoise (Mounted on board) 45

Steel (mounted on board) 20

Gold (mounted on board) 50

Gold (poor condition) (mounted on board) 25

White gold (mounted on board) 35

Gold 55

Rectangular half eye, handmade - unique 90

Gold, w/case 60

Hard rubber, w/case - Oxford 40

Gold 125

Steel (no lense) 30

Tinted lense 30

MISCELLANEOUS
Very rare, dust safe saftey glass, u/case by American Opt. 100

(board) Boxes from companies my Dad worked for - his cases and cleaning cloth 50

My World War II gas mask & gas mask lenses 150

Bausch & Lomb Tapestry - about 1925 75

18th CENTURY. GOLD GLASSES, U/SLIDING TEMPLES (similar to winged glasses)
W/metal case 300

W/sterling case - damaged 175

W/papier mache case 300

Oval 300

Round 300

Octogon 300

Octogon 300

Octogon - a cream puff 500

Round - minus one temple 100

Oval, w/case 300

Rectangular 300

Solid Gold (mounted on board) 300

Octogon - solid gold (mounted on board) 300

Oval - gold (mounted on board) 300

MISCELLANEOUS
Goldwater Specs (cardboard) 2

Eye massager - unique 150

Plastic & wire - damaged - unique 75

Cobalt Blue Safety Glass 45

Linen tester 25

THERAPEUTICS
Steel, green lense (Pg. 170 #2 in E.A.S.) 500

Steel, green lense (Pg. 170 #2 in E.A.S.) 500

Doublet - damaged 250

Brass doublet, blue lense, w/case, & hallmark 500

Doublet, pewter, green lense 500

Green lense - 1780 250

Blue lense 250

Green lense 250

Green lense 250

Lt. Blue lense, bronze 300

Lt. green Lense 250

Doublet, 1 lense gone 200

Blue lense 200

Doublet, 1 lense gone 200

Dark Blue lense - very good condition 300

Dark blue lense - a cream puff 350

Leather inner rim, green lense - very unique 1000

Brass doublet - a cream puff 350

Silver 250

Doublet - blue lense 250

Doublet - newer 200

Green lense, w/chain - unique 400

Green lense 350

Brass, single - very old 300

Poor condition 100

W/case, (Pg. 170 #2 in E.A.S.) 300

w/case (Pg. 170 #6 in E.A.S.) 165

Brass, w/case 150

Brass - one lense gone - a cream puff 400

Brass 200

Brass 125

100

Steel (mounted on board) 75

Brass (mounted on board) 100

Brass (mounted on board) 75

Steel, Franklin bifocal (mounted on board) 150

Brass - a cream puff (mounted on board) 300

Brass (mounted on board) 300

Folding hinge (mounted on board) 300

Good condition (mounted on board) 250

Brass (mounted on board) 225

Steel (mounted on board) 125

Silver - fair condition (mounted on board) 125

Silver (mounted on board) 150

(Pg. 171 #20 in E.A.S.) (mounted on board) 40

Gold (pg. 170 #16 in E.A.S.) (mounted on board) 200

(Pg. 170 #lk in E.A.S.) (mounted on board) 75

Oriental ?? (mounted on board) 175

Oriental ?? (mounted on board) 175

Steel - good condition (mounted on board) 125

Steel trial frame - very old (mounted on board) 65

Very unusual (mounted on board) 105

Steel (mounted on board) 65

w/case (mounted on board) 75

Silver, w/case (mounted on board) 200

Brass, w/case - a cream puff (mounted on board) 500

Brass (mounted on board) 200

Brass, good condition, w/case (mounted on board) 300

Silver, w/case (mounted on board) 200

Silver, w/case (mounted on board) 175

Brass (mounted on board) 175

W/silver case - 1860 (mounted on board) 150

W/case (mounted on board) 250

w/case - poor condition (mounted on board) 150

Very good condition (mounted on board) 350

Poor condition (mounted on board) 250

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

PRE REVOLUTION
Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 400

Steel (mounted on board) 500

Steel (mounted on board) 500

#14-18 (mounted on board) 50

(mounted on board) 50

#14-18 (mounted on board) 50

#14-18 (mounted on board) 35

Silver (mounted on board) 75

Silver (mounted on board) 75

Damaged (mounted on board) 35

(mounted on board) 60

(mounted on board) 60

Silver (mounted on board) 100

Silver (mounted on board) 100

Damaged (mounted on board) 200

Damaged (mounted on board) 100

Good condition (mounted on board) 250

Very good condition (mounted on board) 300

Very good condition (mounted on board) 300

1700's (mounted on board) 300

1700's (mounted on board) 300

1700's (mounted on board) 275

(mounted on board) 300

(mounted on board) 300

Doublet - unique (mounted on board) 750

REVOLUTION
Silver (mounted on board) 75

Silver (mounted on board) 75

Silver (mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 50

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 75

Pre Revolution - a cream puff (mounted on board) 300

Pre Revolution - a cream puff (mounted on board) 300

(mounted on board) 100

Pre Revolution - damaged (mounted on board) 250

Pre Revolution - damaged (mounted on board) 300

Pre Revolution - damaged (mounted on board) 300

Pre Revolution - damaged (mounted on board) 300

Pre Revolution - damaged (mounted on board) 300

MISCELLANEOUS
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Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (Mounted on board) 75

Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (Mounted on board) 75

Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (Mounted on board) 75

2 Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (in box) 150

Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (in box) 75

Sears&Roebuck 1887 Hunting glass (in box) 75

15 Misc. Revolution 525

12 1800-1850 Misc. Revolution 600

24 War 1812 Era 1800

14 About 1869 1050

14 Silver, w/cases 325

7 Civil War Franklin bifocals 335

21 Papier mache cases 420

4 Civil War glasses 140

Therapeutic 150

16 Old cases 1 glasses 160

32 Pre WWI glasses (2 pr. gold) 690

32 Pre WWI 640

32 Pre WWI (18 pr. gold) 1000

28 Pre WWI (7 pr. gold) 700

2 Harold Lloyd

16 Steel - WWI 240

32 (inc. 7 Gold fill & 6 half eye) 545

13 1800-1850 975

9 Gold 315

2 Silver 40

Slip-on rimless bifocal - unique (Mtd. on bd. 246) 100

Pre-Revolution (Mtd. on bd. 246) 250

16 Papier mache cases 320

5 Old cases, w/name 50

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

Case w/clip (mounted on board) 65

Lacquerware case (mounted on board) 40

7 Papiermache cases (mounted on board) 140

Fienbloom contact lense - 1946 25

Geneva Optical Billing (* I paid $5) 10

Dr. Ball's Patent Eye Cup Ad 100

7 Pince nez (2 gold) #35 & 36 E.A.S. 225

4 Pince nez (2 gold) 150

Misc. parts as came to me (gold value) 10

Monocle', w/ribbon 25

Gold pincenez, about 1750 -unique- 300

11 Gold pince nez (some w/chains & loops) 715

4 WWI Pince nez (#38 in E.A.S.) 80

Zyl nose glass 15

Half eye nose glass (1 lense gone) 15

Zyl pince nez - unique case 35

Folding oxford, ui/chain (#35 in E.A.S.) 35

Cobalt blue sampler 5

2 Side piece sunglass (#105 in E.A.S.). 100

5 Silver cases 250

Pince nez, w/spring clip 15

Lorgnette (gold) #84 in E.A.S. 500

Lorgnette (plate #27 #1 in E.A.S.) 225

Lorgnette, Sterling Silver (plate 28 #k in E.A.S.) 450

Lorgnette, Sterling Silver 300

Lorgnette, Sterling Silver 300

Lorgnette, gold, u/chain & case 100

Plastic Lorgnette, Oxford (pg. 79 in E.A.S.) 50

Lorgnette, gold, w/case 75

Lorgnette, gold, w/case 75

Civil war, w/sliding temple (#20 in E.A.S.) 30

4 Civil war (1 damaged) 75

Indian uar - odd temple (#30 in E.A.S.) 30

2 Half eye readers, silver 40

Spanish-American Franklin bifocal-Woolworths-unique 40

Fine wire rimless, w/ear loop 25

Tortoise shell - unique - American engenuity! 200

Spanish-American, unusual temple, w/case 50

Interesting pair of sunglasses about 1900 25

2 Single eye trial frame 90

Triple eye trial frame 35

Kurova give away screw driver 100

Unusual gold filled spring clip 25

Half eye slip-on, gold 50

Steel clip-on u/american engenuity, date unknown 35

Gold, w/lacquer case - Spanish-American 75

Pince Nez, w/case 30

Oxford, gold 200

43 Pre-War, about 1917 645

Half eye 35

28 Round eye & P 3, gold fill 410

Octagon (#46 in E.A.S.) 25

27 Semi-rimless (#54 in E.A.S.) 410

Pince nez 25

71 Gold & gold fill 00 & 000 Spanish Amer. (#35 in E.A.S.) 2840

4 Papier mache cases 10

89 Silver colored wire, Spanish-American 1335

3 Silver colored uire, Spanish-American w/papier mache case 50

4 Silver colored uire, Spanish-American w/case 65

25 00 sunglass type, w/thin wire, Pre WWII, Woolworth (some sunglass & pince nez) 313

6 Misc. safety 150

3 Octogon Drop Sunglass - Kresses - Japanese 60

25 Rubber pince nez (#23 in E.A.S.) 500

11 Harold Loyd Style - varied condition 110

7 Kresses sunglass, Pre War 70

14 Papier mache cases 140

25 Misc. cases 125

16 War of 1812 - varied condition (#9&1D in E.A.S.) 800

Binoculars

Aaron Copeland Testing Device (my Dad bought about 1928) (Fits a BRL Green) 200

Softlite aluminum tray - sovenier (given to my Father) 50

9 Papier mache & lacqueruare cases 300

Engleman Torsion pupillometer 30

Riggs Optical product holder

Impact Resistance Lense Tester 25

American Optical Co. Trial Case, Fair condition - old 100

Natchet & Fils Trial Set (Made in Paris, numbered, very old) 500

Trial frame - poor condition 25

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 150

Unique case (mounted on board) 10

Unique case (mounted on board) 10

Unique case (mounted on board) 10

Unique case (mounted on board) 5

Gold, thin wire, w/silver case (mounted on board) 250

Half eye, expand temple, w/silver case (mounted on board) 200

1775, w/ wooden case (mounted on board) 250

Pre-Revolution, w/ wooden case - very old (mounted on board) 400

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 1500

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 800

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 1500

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 1000

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 900

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 1500

Pre-Revolution silver w/ case (mounted on board) 1500

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 1500

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 2000

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board)1500

Pre-Revolution (mounted on board) 800

Operating glass - magnify (mounted on board) 200

PRE WAR THERUPUTICS
Doublet (mounted on board) 2000

Single (mounted on board) 1500

Doublet (mounted on board) 1500

Doublet (mounted on board) 1500

Damaged (mounted on board) 800

Brass (mounted on board) 1000

(mounted on board) 1200

Doublet (mounted on board) 2000

Single (mounted on board) 1500

Doublet (mounted on board) 2000

POST REVOLUTION
(mounted on board) 150

Damaged (mounted on board) 75

(mounted on board) 65

(mounted on board) 150

(mounted on board) 150

S.R. Shooting glass (mounted on board) 45

S.R. Shooting glass (mounted on board) 45

S.R. Shooting glass (mounted on board) 45

S.R. Shooting glass (mounted on board) 45

Odd shape Post Revolution (mounted on board) 100

(mounted on board) 100

Revolution (mounted on board) 100

Revolution (mounted on board) 100

MISCELLANEOUS
7 Papier mache cases (mounted on bd. 368) 70

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 30

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 45

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 200

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 25

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 50

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 45

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 35

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 25

Glass w/case (mounted on bd. 368) 20

3 Clip-ons

Clip-on, w/case

Dr. Coffee's Book (Only 2 copies - Monroe Hirsh & me) Limited edition 500

Manuel of the Essentials of the Eye & Ear by Buffum 75

WWII Goggle - sunglass 10

Diagnostic of the Fundus Oculi by Oatman (3 books, complete set) 300

Part of a lorgnette 30

Cement biforcal 15

Dr. Dickson, Sr.'s certificates

3 Old ones 30

24 Rimless 360

3 WWII sunglasses 30

37 Misc. 518

5 Older - gold 100

Box of Octogon drop (pre cut spherea in original pack) 50

Older ruler 20

Old tool 10

pr. of adj. temples 20

Oxford pince nez repair kit (aa my Dad had it) 50

Harold Lloyd & case 15

Riggs Optical protracter 20

Lorgnette 75

Gr. Grandmother Dickson's glaaaea 500

IN FRAME CASE
58 Misc. Plastic glasses 290
3 cabinets 60
Loxit machine 10

In separate box:
109 Wooden mailing boxes { I paid $5 to $10 for ea.) 1090

Round Eye 25

NUKOUNT-ULTEX TRIFOCALS 40

3 RIMLESS Etc in cases(LOOSE) 75

MY DADS KANSAS STATE BOARD QUESTIONS UNIQUE 100

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Miss OLD BOOKS,OEP MATERIAL, Articles PAPERS ETC THAT MIGHT BE OF
1065 ABANDONED 09/02/1976 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. One Bausch & Lomb reflecting retinoscope with ebonized wood handle. Previously owned by Dr. J. F. Dickson of Anthony Kansas. Dated by donor as 1917/1918. Trade mark on retinoscope used by Bausch & Lomb from 1908 to 1920.

Copies of correspondence pertaining to the Wing glasses previously donated to ILAMO.-
442 ABANDONED 01/25/1993 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. M U S E U M I T E M S :
1 pr. round gold-rimmed eyeglasses, curved cable temples, in a small, spring hinged metal case

1 pr. oval gold-rimmed pince-nez spectacles (prob. American Optical) with cork on nosepads. Small, spring-hinged metal case, velvet-lined.

1 Wolfe Tonometer in original velvet-lined case. Model 0=632. Wolfe Foundation, Marshalltown, Iowa
441 ABANDONED 10/05/1998 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. For the museum:
1 Loring ophthalmoscope (Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.) in leather case (mirror missing)
440 ABANDONED 07/22/1999 Spring Valley
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. 2017.FIC.0381--Telescope--Lens. Conical black and gold metal scope. 1244 ABANDONED  

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
DICKSON, JAMES F. DICKSON, JAMES F. 2017.FIC.2421--Sign--Dr. Dickson. Wood with black and gold enamel plate. 1265 ABANDONED  
DOWALIBY, MARGARET DOWALIBY, MARGARET Dowaliby, Margaret Dr. Margaret Dowaliby's Guide to the Art of Eyewear Dispensing. Fullerton (CA), Southern California College of Optometry, 1987. 48 pages. 2 copies.

Vision & You video tapes

446 ABANDONED 09/1987 West Hollywood
DOWALIBY, MARGARET DOWALIBY, MARGARET 9 additional Vision and You programs 1030 ABANDONED 08/03/1993 West Hollywood
OPTOMETRIC CENTER OF LOS ANGELES DOWALIBY, MARGARET 12 video tape titles, 2 copies of each, 1/2 VHS & 3/4 UMatic. Vision & You Talk show.

Program: Aging Changes in the Lens
Guests: Richar Hemenger, Ph.D., O.D. and Samuel Hanlon, O.D. February, 1985

Program: Vision Thereapy and Sports Vision
Guests: Kenneth James, O.D. and Vincent White, O.D. March, 1985

Program: Correction of Soft Contact Lens Problems
Guests: Gerald Selvin, O.D. and Martin Prince, O.D. April, 1985

Program: Testing Procedures for a Complete Vision/Eye Examination
Guests: Morris Applebaum, O.D. and Louis Hoffaman, O.D. May, 1985

Program: Eyelid Problems
Guests: David Brigh, O.D. and Richard Aronsohn, M.D. June, 1985

Program: Health Care in the Next Decade
Guests: Richard Hopping, O.D., M.O.S. and Senator Diane Watson July, 1985

Program: Effect of Ultra-violet and Infra-red Radiations on the Eye
Guests: Walter Chase, O.D. and Jeanette Jacobson, Student SCCO August, 1985

Program: Women in Optometry
Guests: Carolynn Gabriel, O.D., Susan Sugimoto, O.D., and Beth Kneib, Student SCCO September, 1985

Program: Vision School Surveys
Guests: William Brisbane, O.D. and Terre Lee, Student SCCO October, 1985

Program: Reading Problems Associated with Vision
Guests: Howard Walton, O.D. and Mary Coropoff, M.A. November, 1985
993 ABANDONED 01/21/1986  
DARELL BOYD HARMON RESOURCE CENTER COLLECTION DRAIN, CHARLES M. SCIENCE
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495 ABANDONED 01/03/1980  
DARELL BOYD HARMON RESOURCE CENTER COLLECTION DRAIN, CHARLES M. CONFERENCES

OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM FOUNDATION CONFERENCES

Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, Washington, DC, April, 1961/// Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, Washington, DC, January, 1962 ///St. Louis Conference in Visual Training, St. Louis, MO, Jan. 1962. Transcript by Caryl Croisant.

1972 Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, Washington, DC, January 22-24, 1972. "

Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, Washington, DC, January 13-15, 1973.

2nd Midwest Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO, June 7-9, 1942. Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant (7 copies)

5th Midwest Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO July 1-2, 1945. Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant.

6th Midwest Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO June 22-23, 1946. (Transcript) 3 copies.

Midwest Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO July 6-7, 1947. 18 copies.

9th Midwest Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO June 18-19, 1949. (Transcript) 20 copies

10th Midwest Conference in Visual Training, St. Louis, MO July 1-2, 1950. (Transcript) 7 copies

Conference on Visual Training, St. Louis, MO January 12-13, 1954 (Transcript).

Lectures of Portland & Northwestern Congresses, 1935-36, Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant. Ft. Worth, TX: The Text Publishing Company, c!937, 95 copies,

Lecture of Northwestern Congress, 1937, Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant. Ft. Worth, TX, The Text Publishing Co., 1938, 59 copies.

Northwest Congress of Qptometry, Portland, OR, December 11-13, 1955. Portland, Oregon, The Reporter Co., 1955.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, December 11-13, 1960. Portland, OR. Portland, Oregon, The Reporter Co., 1960.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, Portland, Oregon, December 7-9, 1969.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, Portland, Oregon, December 12-14, 1970.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, Portland, Oregon, December 2-4, 1973, (Transcript) Portland, OR, The Reporter Company.

Ohio State University - Vision Conference, June, 1943, Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant, 3 copies,

Ohio State University Notes "Compiled Class Notes" (unedited), June, 1944 Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant., 3 copies.

Ohio State University Notes (Unedited) June, 1945, Transcript by Dr. Caryl Croisant, 3 copies.

1956 Annual Conference on Visual Training and Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis, MO, January 9-10, 1956, 3 copies.

1960 St. Louis Conference on Theoretical Optometry and Visual Training, St. Louis, MO, January!0-11, 1960.Transcript by Dr. C. Croisant. (incomplete copy)

1970 St. Louis Conference on Theoretical Optometry & Visual Training. St. Louis, MO, January 11-12, 1970 /// 1970 Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, Washington, DC, May,1970 /// 1970 Southeast Visual Training Forum,
Atlanta, 6A May 18-19, 1970.

1972 St. Louis Conference on Visual Training & Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis,
MO, January 11-12, 1972 /// 1976 Northeast Vision Conference, Northampton, MA, January 21-22, 1976, Transcript by Dr. C. Croisant.

1971 Southeast Visual Training Forum, Atlanta, GA, May, 1971 /// 1971 Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, Washington, DC, May, 1971.

Southeast Visual Training Forum;, Atlanta, GA, May 13-14, 1973. Transcript by Dr. C. Croisant, San Luis Obtspo, California.

Southern California Visual Tratning Forum & 4th Annual San Diego Behavioral Vision Seminar, San Diego, CA, April 20-21, 1969.

San Jose Visual Training Conference '& the 26th Annual San Jose Vision Training Seminar, San Jose, CA, August 22-24, 1969.

5th Annual San Diego Behavioral Vision Seminar, San Diego, CA, November, 1970.

Southwestern Congress of Optometry, Ft. Worth, TX, February 10-12, 1947 Transcript, 13 copies.

Southwestern Congress of Optometry, Ft. Worth, TX, February 16-18, 1948 Transcript, 12 copies,

Southwestern Congress of Optotnetry, Ft. Worth, TX, February 14-16, 1949,Transcript. 10 copies.

Southwestern Congress of Optometry, Ft. Worth, TX, February 12-14, 1951, Transcript,

2nd Western Conference on Visual Training, Los Angeles, CA, August 23-24, 1942. Transcript fay Dr. C. Croisant, 5 copies.

4th Western Conference on Visual Training, Los Angeles, CA August 27-28, 1944. Transcript by Dr. C. Croisant, 11 copies.

Western Conference on Visual Training. Los Angeles, CA August 24-25, 1947. Transcript, 6 copies.

OTHER CONFERENCES & MEETING NOTES

Arena, John I., Editor.Progress in Parent Information, Professional Growth & Public Policy. San Rafael, CA, Academic Therapy Publications, 1969. (Selected Papers in Learning Disabilities - 6th Annual International Conference of the ACLD, March 6-8, 1969)

National Technical Conference of the Illumniating Engineering Society, September 8-12, 1952.

National Technical Conference of the Illumniating Engineering Society, September 14-17, 1953.

Proceedings, School Plant Conferences & Suppliers, Exhibition at the University of Texas, June 26-28, 1946. Theme: Building for the Future. Edited by Hob Gray & A. L. Chapman.

Proceedings, Second School Plant Conference & Suppliers, Exhibition at the University of Texas, June 10-12, 1947. Edited by L.B. Ezell & R.C. Hammock.

B O O K S

Abbott, Edwin A. Flatland; A Romance of Many Dimensions. 6th ed., rev. New York: Dover Publications, c1952. (2 copies)

Abercrombie, M.; Hickman, C.J.; Johnson, M.L. A Dictionary of Biology. 5th ed. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1968.

Abramson, Harold A., ed. Problems of Consciousness. Transactions of the 1st Conference, March 20-21, 1950, New York, NY.New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1951. (2 copies)

____Transactions of the 2nd Conference, March 19-20, 1951, New York, NY. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1951.

____Transactions of the 3rd Conference, March 10-11, 1952, New York, NY. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1952.

____Transactions of the 4th Conference, March 29-31, 1953, Princeton, NJ. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1954.

Acoustics Handbook. Palo Alto, Calif.: Hewlett-Packard, 1968.

Adler, Francis Heed. Physiology oftheEye; Clinical Application. St. Louis: CV Mosby, 1950.

Adler, Irving. How Life Began. New York: The New American Library, 1959, c1957.

____Thinking Machines: A Layman's Introduction to Logic, Boolean Alggeetbra and
Computers. New York: New American T_ibrary of World Literature, c1961.

Adrian, E.D. The Basis of Sensation; The Action of the Sense Organs. London: Christophers, 1934.

____The Mechanism of Nervous Action; Electrical Studies of the Neurone. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1935, c1932.

____The Physical Background of Perception. Oxford: The Clarendon Press,
1947.(3 copies)

Aiken, Henry D. TheAgeof^ Ideology: The 19th Century Philosophers. New York: The New American Lifcirary"of World Literature, c1956.

Alexander, Christopher. Notes on the Synthesis of Form. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1964.

Alexander, Harry L. Synopsis of Allergy. St. Louis: CV Mosby, 1941.

Allen, James H., ed. Strabismus Ophthalmic Symposium. St. Louis: CV Mosby, 1950.

Allport, Floyd H. Theories of Perception and the Concept of Structure. New York:
John Wiley & Sons, 1955.

Alvarez, Walter C. How to Live With Your Nerves. Chicago: Wilcox & Follett Co.,1950.

American Academy of Optometry. Report of the Transactions of the 4th Annual Meeting. Buffalo, NY, December 13-14, 1925.//and// Report of the Transactions of the 5th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC, December 6-7, 1926.(bound together) [with 410.10 AAO - KH 5/3/2018]

____Report of the Transactions of the 8th Annual Meeting. Boston, Mass., December 15-17,1929.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1930.

____Report of the Transactions of the 9th Annual Meeting. Omaha, Nebraska, December 1930.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1931. (2 copies)

____Report of the Transactions of the 10th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, Pa., December 1931.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1932.

____Report of the Transactions of the llth Annual Meeting. Chicago, 111., December 1932.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1933.

____Report of the Transactions of the 12th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, Md., December 1933.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1934.

____Report of the Transactions of the 13th Annual Meeting. Cleveland, Ohio, December 1934.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1936. (2 copies)

____Report of the Transactions of the 15th Annual Meeting. Chicago, 111., August 23-25, 1936.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1936. (2 copies)

____Report of the Transactions of the 16th Annual Meeting. Rochester, NY, June 24-26, 1937.Minneapolis: American Journal of Optometry, 1937. (3 copies)

American Association for Health, Physical Education, & Recreation. Perceptual-Motor
Foundations: A Multidisciplinary Concern. Washington, DC: The Association, 1969.

American Association of School Administrators. American School Buildings. 27th yearbook. Washington, DC: the Association, 1949.

____American School Curriculum. 31st yearbook. Washington, DC: the Association, 1953.

____Christopher Jencks in Perspective. Arlington, Va.: the Association, 1973.

____Conservation - In The People's Hands. Washington, DC: the Association, 1964.

____Curriculum Handbook for School Executives. Arlington, Va.: the Association, 1973

____Education for National Security. Official report of the 79th annual convention.Washington, DC: the Association, 1953.

____Educational Administration in a Changing Community. 37th yearbook.
Washington, DC: the Association, 1959.

____The High School in a Changing World. 36th yearbook. Washington, DC: the
Association, 1958.

____Professional Administrators for America's Schools. 38th yearbook. Washington, DC: the Association, 1960.

____Profile of the School Superintendent. Washington, DC: the Association, 1960.

____Profiles of the Administrative Team. Washington, DC: the Association, 1971.

____School Board - Superintendent Relationships. Washington, DC: the Association, 1956.

____The School Executive's Guide to Performance Contracting. Washington, DC: the Association, 1972.*

____The Superintendent as Instructional Leader. Washington, DC: the Association, 1957.

Amiss, John M.; Jones, Franklin D. The Use of Handbook Tables and Formulas.
New York: The Industrial Press, 1939

Analysis of Bifocal Prescriptions. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Bomb Optical Co., 1936.

Anastasi, Anne. Psychological Testing. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1954.

Anderson, John E. Happy Childhood; the Development and Guidance of Children and
Youth. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co.,1933.

Anderson, V.V. Psychiatry inIndustry. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929.

Anderson, Virgil A. Improving the Child's Speech. New York: Oxford University
Press, 1953.

Angell, James R. An Introduction to Psychology. New York: Henry Holt & Co., c1918.

Angyal, Andras. Foundations for a Science of Personality. New York: The Commonwealth
Fund, 1941.(3 copies)

Apell, R.J.; Lowry, R.W., Jr. Preschool Vision: Tests, Diagnosis Guidance. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1959.(3copies. 1 autographed
by author)

Arber, Agnes. The Mind and the Eye; A Study of the Biologist's Standpoint. Cambridge: The University Press,1954, (2 copies)

Arlitt, Ada H. Adolescent Psychology. New York: American Book Co., 1933.

Armstrong, W. Earl; Hollis, Ernest V.; Davis, Helen E. The College and Teacher Education. Washington, DC: American Council on Education, 1944".

Arrington, George E. A History of Ophthalmology. New York: MD Publications, 1959. (2 copies)

Arthur, Grace. A Point Scale of Performance Tests. Vol. 1: Clinical Manual. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1930.

____Vol. 2: The Process of Standardization. New York: The Commonwealth Fund 1933 .

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BETA SIGMA KAPPA DUGAN, RICHARD E. DOCUMENTS:
The following items are assembled together:
A) Copy of proposal to incorporate Beta Sigma Kappa, State of Illinois, Cook County. 1 pg.
B) Notarized statement dated November ih, 1925 pertaining to the validity of the proposal to incorporate Beta Sigma Kappa. 1 page.
C) Minutes of the first meeting of the members of Beta Sigma Kappa, November 11, 1925. 6 pages.
D) Constitution & By-Laws of Beta Sigma Kappa [no date]. 10 pages.
E) Minutes of the first annual meeting of Beta Sigma Kappa, December 2, 1925. 5 pages.
F) Memorandum of agreement and contract between Beta Sigma Kappa and Dr. Robert
Jean Vallier, December h, 1925. 2 pages

Roster of officers, April 1952. Includes 1952 officers, chapters, Gold Medalists, and members.

Two copies of Constitution & By-Laws containing all amendments including those adopted at the annual convention June 27, I960, Atlanta, Georgia.

One copy of Constitution & By-Laws containing all amendments to July 11, 1969.

One "proof sheet" of six photos, not identified. No date.

Report of Office of Secretary/Treasurer for annual meeting, San Francisco, CA,
June 30, 1973.

Exemption Application, form 102U. Typed copy dated January 9, 1973.

Department of Public Welfare application for chapter - questionnaire.

Typed copy of a letter to Honorable Roy James Battirs, Director, Dept. of Public Welfare, State of Illinois, Springfield, IL., dated April 3, 1926, from Robert Jean Vallier, Acting Secretary, Associated Charity Eye Clinics.

Two blank copies, Beta Sigma Kappa certification of membership.

Two blank copies, Doctor of Ocular Science Award, conferred by Beta Sigma Kappa.

Proposed agenda, Central World Congress, Beta Sigma Kappa, June 28-29, 1973, San Francisco, CA. 5 pages.

Letter from Thomas DeLuca, Beta Sigma Kappa chapter president, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Dr. Miller regarding grants. Dated June 6, 1973. 1 page.

Letter from R. C. Phillips, O.D., New Brighton, PA, Secretary E. T. A. chapter, to Dr. Clyndon D. Rowe, Dearborn, Michigan, on financial matters. Dated May l6, 1956. 1 page.

Three pages of inventory of materials donated to ILAMO for permanent records, dated August 2k, 1975.

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DUGAN, RICHARD E. DUGAN, RICHARD E. 1 Renshaw Stero-Disparator manufactured by the American Optical Company. U.S. Patent number 2,362,857.

1 7 page booklet telling about the Renshaw Stereo Disparator. Copyright 1947.
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DUNBAR, MELVIN B. DUNBAR, MELVIN B. J O U R N A L S :
Visual Digest, Vol. 8, No. 4, Spring 1945 issue.
Visual Digest, Vol. 11, No. 3, Winter 1946 issue.
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DUNBAR, MELVIN B. DUNBAR, MELVIN B. 1 Hand carved wooden QUAICH (2 handled drinking cup) presented to AOA President Melvin B. Dunbar by the Scottish National Committee, May 1967.

Packet of information pertaining to the 1967 Scottish National Committee Conference where Dr. Dunbar received the Quaich.
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DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Cross, Andrew Jay, A System of Ocular Skiametry; Including Such Portions of Optometry as are Pertinent to the Use of the "Shadow Test" with the Plane Mirror." New York, Frederick Boger Publishing Co., 1903.

Duane, Alexander, A New Classification of the Motor Anomalies of the Eye; Based Upon Physiological Principles, Together With Their Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment. New York, J. H. Vail & Co., 1897.

Dvorine, Israel, Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. 3d, rev. ed. Baltimore, Maryland, Cprinted by French- Bray Printing Co.3 1948. (2 copies)

Jennings, J. Ellis, Color-Vision and Color-Blindness; a Practical Manual for Railroad Surgeons. 2d, rev. ed. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Company, 1905.

Sheard, Charles, Dynamic Ocular Tests. Columbus, Ohio, Lawrence Press, 1917.
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DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Sculptures made by Dr. Israel Dvorine of the following leaders of optometric
thought:
Ernest B. Alexander
Ernest H. Kiekenapp
Reginald C. Augustine
Carel C. Koch
Joseph M. Babcock
Charles F. Prentice
Andrew J. Cross E.
LeRoy Ryer
John C. Eberhardt
Charles Sheard
Charles M. Jenkins
A. M. Skeffington
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DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL 1 copy of Generations, Vol. 4, #1, June 1983, published by the Jewish Historical
of Maryland, which contains an article "Optometry" authored by Dr. Dvorine.
456 ABANDONED 10/24/1983 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL 1 copy of Generations, Vol. 4, #1, June 1983, published by the Jewish Historical of Maryland, which contains an article "Optometry" authored by Dr. Dvorine. 525 ABANDONED 10/24/1983 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Copy of his autobiography, Israel, A Foreign-Born Optometrist Looks Back on his Amer. Dream. 952 ABANDONED 11/06/1986 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL B O O K S :
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Dobson, Margaret. Anaglyphs (Their Use in Orthoptic Training). London: C. Tinling & Co., Ltd., 1937; (red/green viewing mask, bi-chromate screen missing from pockets)

Dvorine, Israel. Israel: A Foreign-Born Optometrist Looks Back on His American Dream . Baltimore, MD: Scientific Publishing Co., 1986. (new. 8 copies)

Giles, G.H. The Practice of Orthoptics. London: Hammond, Hammond & Co., 1945,
c1943. (366p)

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye: A Manual for Students. 15th ed.
Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1911. (275p)

Hartridge, H. Colours and How We See Them. London: G. Bell & Sons, 1949. (158p.)

Ishihara, Shinobu: Tests for Colour-Blindness. 5th ed. Tokyo: Kanehara, 1925.
(6p., 15 color plates)

Jeffries, B. Joy. Color-Blindness: Its Dangers and Its Detection. Boston: Houghton, Osgood & Co., 1879. (312p.)

Ladd-Franklin, Christine. Colour and Colour Theories. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1932. (287p.)

Laurance, Lionel. Visual Optics and Sight Testing. London: published by the author, 1912. (396p)

Mendelsohn, William Arthur. Practical Guide for Charting and Interpreting the Visual Color Fields. Chicago: Professional Recording Company, c1928. (81p).

Munsell, A. H. A Color Notation. An Illustrated System Defining All Colors and
Their Relations by Measured Scales of Hue, Value, and Chroma. 10th ed. Baltimore, MD: Munsell Color Co., 1954, c1946. (67p.)

Pascal, Joseph I. Studies in Visual Optics. St. Louis: C.V. MosbyCo., 1952. (800p.)

Peckham, Ray Morse. Squints and Heterophorias. Volume 1. Rochester, NY: printed
by Charles G. Lyman. 1931, (368p.)

Peter, Luther C. The Extra-Ocular Muscles; a Clinical Study of Normal and Abnormal Ocular Motility. 2nd ed.Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1936.

Pheiffer, Chester H. Analytical Analysis of A.M. Skeffington. P.P. and Associates. Duncan, Okla.: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, c1981.(50p.)

Pickford, R. W. Individual Differences in Colour Vision. London: Routledge and
Kegan Paul, Ltd., 1951. (386p.)

Sheard, Charles. The Sheard Volume: Selected Writings in Visual and Ophthalmic Optics. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957.(467p.)

Southall, James P.C. Introduction to Physiological Optics. New York: Dover Publications, 1941, c1937.(paperback, 426p.)

Wiseman, Eugene. Ocular Symptomatology. Chicago: Professional Press, 1924. (93p.)

Worth, Claud. Squint, Its Causes. Pathology, and Treatment. 5th ed. Philadelphia:
P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1921.(242p.)

Dvorine, Israel. Scientific Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD. (test plates for testing of color vision, 7 hand-painted, 8 printed)

Report of the Transactions of the American Academy of Qptometry. (annual meeting)
Volumes 1, 5-13 (1925-1939) [See 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]

Ocular Pathology and Therapeutics. Optometric Study" Course. Pennsylvania State
College of Optometry.(in 42 parts, bound)

Visual Color Fields, in the Form of Clinical Lectures, by T.A. Brombach, c1932. (Presented at Univ. of California, Dept. of Physics-Optometry, 1931.)

Reprints on Orthoptics (collection of writings by Crow, Peter, Griffith, Worth,
Feinbloom, Peckham, and others, 1920s-30s. Bound.)

454 ABANDONED 07/01/1987 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Journal of the American Optometric Association Dec. 1986 (57:12)

Archives of Optometry Oct. 1922 (1:4)

Analytical Optometry by A. M. Skeffington(bound) 1947-1953

Analytical Refraction by A. M. Skeffington (bound) OEP papers, 1936-1941

Clippings (bound) from Optometric Meekly and The Optical Journal & Review

Diagnosis by A. M. Skeffington (bound) autographed copy; extension material from the Graduate Clinic Founcation, OEP, undated material through 1935

Near Point Refraction OEP (bound) 1941-1951

Psychology of Vision by Samuel Renshaw (bound) 1939-1953

Clinical Optometry OEP
"The Best of Skeffington" by A. M. Skeffington; a series of papers released by the OEP to its membership 1975-1976; compiled and published by OEP, Duncan, OK, 1976

Analytical Optometry by A. M. Skeffington (bound) 1942-1946

Orthoptics by George Crow and H. L. Fuog, OEP (bound) 1917-1953

American Journal of Physiological Optics (bound) Oct. 1922 (3:4) to Oct. 1924 (5:4)

Optometric Case Analysis by Leonard C. Emery, O.D. a series of "papers released by the Optometric Extension Program to its membership 1970-1971, compiled and published by OEP, uuncan, OK, 1971

Three-Ring Binder A. M. Skeffington papers labelled 1962-1965 includes papers from Nov. 1962- Nov. 1966 OEP Postgraduate courses, Duncan, OK

Three-Ring Binder Skeffington papers Aug. 1957 - Oct. 1962 Practical Applied Optometry; Clinical Optometry

455 ABANDONED 07/01/1987 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Journal of the American Optometric Association Dec. 1986 (57:12)

Archives of Optometry Oct. 1922 (1:4)

Analytical Optometry by A. M. Skeffington(bound) 1947-1953

Analytical Refraction by A. M. Skeffington (bound) OEP papers, 1936-1941

Clippings (bound) from Optometric Meekly and The Optical Journal & Review Diagnosis by A. M. Skeffington (bound)

autographed copy; extension material from the Graduate Clinic Founcation, OEP, undated material through 1935

Near Point Refraction OEP (bound) 1941-1951
Psychology of Vision by Samuel Renshaw (bound) 1939-1953

Clinical Optometry OEP "The Best of Skeffington" by A. M. Skeffington; a series of papers
released by the OEP to its membership 1975-1976; compiled and published by OEP, Duncan, OK, 1976

Analytical Optometry by A. M. Skeffington (bound) 1942-1946

Orthoptics by George Crow and H. L. Fuog, OEP (bound) 1917-1953

American Journal of Physiological Optics (bound) Oct. 1922 (3:4) to Oct. 1924 (5:4)

Optometric Case Analysis by Leonard C. Emery, O.D. a series of "papers released by the Optometric Extension Program to its membership 1970-1971, compiled and published by OEP, uuncan, OK, 1971

Three-Ring Binder A. M. Skeffington papers labelled 1962-1965 includes papers from Nov. 1962- Nov. 1966 OEP Postgraduate courses, Duncan, OK

Three-Ring Binder Skeffington papers Aug. 1957 - Oct. 1962 Practical Applied Optometry; Clinical Optometry
524 ABANDONED 07/01/1987 Baltimore
DVORINE, ISRAEL DVORINE, ISRAEL Typed letter from Charles Sheard, Ph.D., Mayo Chinic, Rochester, Minnesota, dated November 24, 1950, addressed to Dr. Israel Dvorine, Baltimore, Maryland. 1 page, signed in blue ink.

Handwritten letter from Charles Sheard, Ph.D., Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology, New Orleans, Louisiana, dated January 15, 1954, addressed to "My dear Dr. Dvorine." 1 page, blue ink.
453 ABANDONED 08/11/1987 Baltimore
EADE, JOSEPH T. EADE, JOSEPH T. 2 boxes of instruments 501 ABANDONED 12/05/1985 New Castle
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY EBBERS, ROBERT W. One 41" x 15" black & white group photograph taken at the Twenty-Fifth
Annual Congress, American Optometric Association, Indianapolis, Indiana,
June 25-30, 1922.
502 ABANDONED 12/10/1984 Memphis
EFRON, MARVIN EFRON, MARVIN Efron, Marvin "A study of the relationship of certain oculomotor skills to reading readiness" Thesis, University of South Carolina, Department of Education, 1965. 503 ABANDONED 01/29/1968 West Columbia
EGER, MILTON EGER, MILTON pair of glasses that were worn under a gas mask. 848 ABANDONED 06/11/1974  
EGER, MILTON EGER, MILTON Correspondence over the years with Louis Jacques.
Also contains photographs & copies of articles written
by Dr. Jacques.
938 ABANDONED 11/07/1983 Deerfield Beach
EGER, MILTON EGER, MILTON Scrapbook "38 years ago. An event in the Professionalization of Optometry."
Edgar B. Vermilya, O.D.
219 Main St.
Oneonta, NY 13820

filed 505.3 Optometry on Trial
994 ABANDONED 09/03/1985 Dearfield Beach
EICHHORN, EMMONS EICHHORN, EMMONS THE MICHIGAN OPTOMETRIST
1936 volume 14, #6-12
1937 volume 15, #1-7, 10-12
1938 volume 16, #1-4, 6-10, 12
1939 volume 17, #1, 9, 12
1941 volume 18, #1-5
volume 19, #6-12
1942 volume 20, #1-8, 10-12
1943 volume 21, #2
volume 22, #3-5, 7-11
1944 volume 23, #1-2, 4-12
1945 volume 24, #1-9, 11-12
1946 volume 25, #1, 7-8
1948 volume 27, #1-12 (some duplicate copies)

Total: 103 issues.
515 ABANDONED 10/03/1977 Frankenmuth
EICHHORST, THOMAS EICHHORST, THOMAS Kohn Papers 826 ABANDONED 1970 St. Louis, MO 63123-1706
EICHHORST, THOMAS EICHHORST, THOMAS 2 long pictures, House of Delegates, and
Banquet, taken at the 1974 AOA Congress.
849 ABANDONED 08/05/1974 St. Louis, MO 63123-1706
EICHHORST, THOMAS EICHHORST, THOMAS Eye Tricks : Visual Deceptions and Brain Teasers, by Gianni A. Sarcone and Marie-Jo Waeber. Seven Oaks, c2007 (160p. ISBN 978-1-86200-490-0) 507 ABANDONED 09/09/2010 St. Louis, MO 63123-1706
EICHHORST, THOMAS EICHHORST, THOMAS The Vision Revolution, by Mark Changizi. Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, 2009 [ 215p. ISBN 978-1-933771-66-3] 506 ABANDONED 10/05/2011 St. Louis, MO 63123-1706
EICHHORST, THOMAS EICHHORST, THOMAS Lucto et Emergo [Struggle and Emerge]: The Story of the Canadian Association of Optometrists and Optometry in Canada, by Susan Swedberg-Kohli. The Canadian Association of Optometrists, 2011 [ 184p.] 505 ABANDONED 12/20/2011 St. Louis, MO 63123-1706
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. Issues of the Supreme Court Reporter (Published by West Publ. Co., St. Paul Minnesota):

Vol. 88 No. 1 Nov.1 1967
Vol. 88 No. 2 Nov. 15 1967
Vol. 88 No. 3 Dec. 1 1967
Vol. 88 No. 4 Dec. 15 1967
Vol. 88 No. 5 Jan. 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 6 Jan. 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 7 Feb. 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 8 Feb. 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 9 Mar. 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 10 Mar. 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 11 Apr. 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 12 Apr. 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 13 May 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 14 May 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 15 June 1 1968
Vol. 88 No. 16 June 15 1968
Vol. 88 No. 17 July 1 1968
Vol. 89 No. 18 July 15 1968

Volumes of the Supreme Court Reporter. Cases argues and determined in the Supreme Court of the United States:
Vol. 86, October term, 1965.
Vol. 86A, October term, 1965.
Vol. 87, October term, 1966.
Vol. 87A, October term, 1966.
509 ABANDONED 08/13/1968 St Louis
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. 1. U.S. CODE CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE NEWS, 90th CONGRESS
� FIRST SESSION, 1967. St. Paul (Minn.), West Publishing Co., 1967. Vol. I and Vol. II.
Vol. I: LAWS, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, LEGISLATIVE HISTORY.
Vol. II: LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, PROCLAMATIONS, EXECUTIVE ORDERS, REORGANIZATION PLANS, TABLES AND INDEX.
508 ABANDONED 09/27/1968 St Louis
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. Lucto et Emergo [Struggle and Emerge] : The Story of the Canadian Association of Optometrists and Optometry in Canada, by Susan Swedberg-Kohli. The Canadian Association of Optometrists, 2011 [ 184p.] 818 ABANDONED 12/20/2011 St Louis
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. Official minutes of the 117th Annual Congress of the American Optometric Association House of Delegates, June 26-28, 2014, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel, Philadelphia, PA. Prepared by Thomas E. Eichhorst, Parliamentarian. Includes Minutes, Proceedings, Summary of Actions, Votes/Notes, Resolutions, Financial Reports, Bylaws and Amendments, Reports and other attachments. 2 ABANDONED 10/27/2014 St Louis
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. Official minutes of the 117th Annual Congress of the American Optometric Association House of Delegates, June 26-28, 2014, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel, Philadelphia, PA. Prepared by Thomas E. Eichhorst, Parliamentarian. Includes Minutes, Proceedings, Summary of Actions, Votes/Notes, Resolutions, Financial Reports, Bylaws and Amendments, Reports and other attachments. 828 ABANDONED 10/27/2014 St Louis
EICHHORST, THOMAS E. THOMAS E. EICHHORST TEE series--15 boxes (box labels indicate many boxes in series missing)--GC records

See also receipts for:

SLC series--37 boxes (box lables indcate many boxes in series missing) --State Legislative Center FTC I-II legal records
GC-HK series--23 boxes--Harold Kohn's GC records
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EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. GC-HK series--23 boxes--Harold Kohn's GC records

See also:

SLC series--37 boxes (box lables indcate many boxes in series missing) --State Legislative Center FTC I-II legal records
TEE series--15 boxes (box labels indicate many boxes in series missing)--GC records

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EICHHORST, THOMAS E. EICHHORST, THOMAS E. SLC series--37 boxes (box lables indcate many boxes in series missing) --State Legislative Center FTC I-II legal records Thomas Eichhorst. One deposit label from Fry-Wagner indicates initial deposit in 1997. Brief survey of accessible boxes places contents circa 1980.

See also:

TEE series--15 boxes (box labels indicate many boxes in series missing)--GC records
GC-HK series--23 boxes--Harold Kohn's GC records
12 ABANDONED 05/11/2017 St. Louis
ELLIOTT, EARL B. ELLIOTT, EARL B. 1 5 x 7 sepia tone picture of John C. Eberhardt. 513 ABANDONED 12/19/1980 Dayton
ELLIOTT, THEODORE F. ELLIOTT, THEODORE F. 1. American Optical Company "American Optical Company Optical
Machinery" (n.p.), American Optical Co., c1939.

2. Bausch & Lomb Optical Company "Seeing It Through" Rochester,
N. Y., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., (n.d,).

3. Clinton Optical Company "Price List; Clinton Optical
Company" Rochester, N. Y., Clinton Optical Co.,
(n.d.).

4. Halgren, Marvin R. Analytical Optometry An Outline and Ash, Robert Foster. Suggestions for a More Lucrative practice. Duncan, "Okla. , 0. E. P.(n.d. 77

5. McFadden, Hugh B. Visual Acuity. Duncan, Okla., O.E.P.,

6. Optometric Extension Program Manual, Review - 1935-1936 .
Duncan, Oklah., 0. E. P.,

7. Optometric Extension Program Practice Development for
Optometrists Duncan, Oklah., 0. E. P. , c1941.

8. Pearce, Earl Ward "Conscious Coordination; New Vision for Old" (n.p.), Universal Life -Way Fellowship, C1935.

YEARBOOKS

New York State Optometric Association yearbooks
1932 Year Book, 37th Annual Convention, May 15-17, 1932, Mark Twain Hotel, Elmira, N. Y.
1933 Year Book, 38th Annual Convention, May 14-16, 1933, Cataract House, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
1934 Year Book, 39th Annual Convention, May 37-30, 1934, Hotel Saranac, Saranac Lake, N.Y.
1935 Year Book of Optometry,
1944-1945 Year Book of Optometry.all published by N.Y.S.O.A. . K. Uttall, Editor, New York City

Journals

Alumni Bulletin (Pennsylvania State College of Optometry) 39 issues covering the period from June 1947 through July-August 1951.
Journal of the American Optometric Association
1 issue Vol. 17, No. 10, May 1946.
Optical Journal
1 bound volume--Vol. 20, No. 1, July 4, 1907 through Vol. 20, No. 24, Dec. 12, 1907.
Optometric World
1 issue Vol. 50, No. 11, Nov. 1962.
Southern Journal of Optometry
1 issue Vol. 2, No. 3, May-June 1960.
Miscellaneous:
mailings from Earl Ward Pearce, Life-Way Fellowship, Los Angeles,California. CIRCA: 1935.
two loose-leaf notebooks containing O.E.P. papers.
516 ABANDONED 01/1968 Sidney
EMMERICH, MARK A. EMMERICH, MARK A. 1 P.D. gauge with black handle.
1 Welsh Allyn ophthalmoscope, pat. 165177, with coiled cord and plug for
instrument stand; complete with receptical for stand.
1 Bausch & Lomb retinoscope with coiled cord and plug for instrument stand;
complete with receptical for stand.
514 ABANDONED 01/13/1982 Dickinson
EMMES, ARTHUR B. EMMES, ARTHUR B. 3 boxes of archival material related to the AOA Optometric Civil Defense Project. These unprocessed files were placed In three archival "boxes
and filed 517.06, Optometry in Civil Defense, in the archival
files located in the'AOA sub-basement,
539 ABANDONED 04/01/1976 Castro Valley
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD PERSONAL PAPERS
1 box (received 6/4/84)
3 boxes (received 8/29/84)
1 box (received 10/9/84)
546 ABANDONED 1984 Pittsburg
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD private correspondence & documentation
on Optometry Corps Bill & optometric
education & practice
81 ABANDONED 09/11/1968 Pittsburg
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD Private correspondence and documentation on:
Optometry Corps Bill
Optometric education and practice
579 ABANDONED 09/11/1968 Pittsburg
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD 17 books, catalogues, manuals & monographs, 14
Journals, & personal papers.

BOOKS, CATALOGUES, MANUALS AND MONOGRAPHS:
Adams, Ewing The development of a new profession in America. (Address delivered August 7, 1940) 12 pages.

American Optometric Association, Public Health Bureau. The eyes of the nation. New York, (n.d.)

American Optometric Association, Council on Education and Professional Guidance Facts regarding opto-aetric education and professional advancement. 11 pages. 3 copies, (n.d.)

American Optometric Association, Public Health Bureau National income survey, 1945. 11 pages. Pittsburgh, (n.d.)

American Optometric Association, Optometry, the profession. 47 pages. (c1942-1943)

American Optometric Assocaition, Planning your professional career; optometry. (c1943)

American Optometric Association, Public Health Bureau Protect your eyes. (n.d.)

American Psychological Association A symposium on color tolerance. New York, February 23, 1939.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company The technique of the astigmatic and "Red-Green" tests with the Clason Acuity Meter. Rochester, N.Y., (n.d.)

Cameron, W. T., et al Vision in our national war effort. Collection of addresses given at the One-Day Institute, Philadelphia, January 22, 1942.

Ewalt, H. W., Jr. Recent advances in the control of reading disability. (Address prepared for the Congress of Vision World's Fair, New York, September 24, 1939)

Maassen, J. H. and Holland, Allen How to conquer cataract. Los Angeles, Health Publications, (c1945). 47 pages.

Monroe College of Optometry General announcement of courses, 1940- 1941. Chicago. 31 pages.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Opinion of the Court, #4292. December 1935.

Soft-Lite Lens Company The advantages of Soft-Lite lenses in Practice. New York, Soft-Lite Lens Co., (c1942). 34 pages.

United States Senate Report on Hearings on H.R. 3755. Optometry Corps. January 24, 1946.

United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education Guidance leaflets; Optometry. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Fringing Office, c!954. Leaflet #22. 11 pages.

JOURNALS:
The Bulletin 1946 1 issue

The Ocularum 1946 1 issue

Optical Developments 1946 4 is sues

The Pennsylvania Optometrist 1940 1 issue
1941 3 issues
1942 1 issue
1943 3 issues

ARCHIVAL MATERIAL:
See box labeled H. Ward Ewalt, Jr., O.D. (G.F. 501.4) for records groups orginated at many offices held by Dr. Ewalt within AOA, that were surrendered to the Archives, June 17, 1970.
193 ABANDONED 06/1970 Pittsburg

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD BOOKS, CATALOGUES, MANUALS AND MONOGRAPHS:
Adams, Ewing The development of a new profession in America. (Address delivered August 7, 1940) 12 pages.

American Optometric Association, Public Health Bureau. The eyes of the nation. New York, (n.d.)

____, Council on Education and Professional Guidance Facts regarding optometric education and professional advancement.11 pages.3 copies.(n.d.)

____, Public Health Bureau National income survey, 1945. 11 pages. Pittsburgh, (n.d.)

____, Optometry, the profession. 47 pages. (c1942-1943)

____,Planning your professional career: optometry. (c1943)

____, Public Health Bureau Protect your eyes. (n.d.)

American Psychological Association A symposium on color tolerance. New York, February 23, 1939.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company The technique of the astigmatic and "Red-Green" tests with the Clason Acuity Meter. Rochester, N.Y., (n.d.)

Cameron, W. T., et al Vision in our national war effort. Collection of addresses given at the One-Day Institute, Philadelphia, January 22, 1942.

Ewalt, H. W., Jr. Recent advances in the control of reading disability. (Address prepared for the Congress of Vision World's Fair, New York, September 24, 1939)

Maassen, J. H. and Holland, Allen How to conquer cataract. Los Angeles, Health Publications, (c1945). 47 pages.

Monroe College of Optometry General announcement of courses, 1940- 1941. Chicago. 31 pages.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Opinion of the Court, #4292. December 1935.

Soft-Lite Lens Company The advantages of Soft-Lite lenses in Practice. New York, Soft-Lite Lens Co., (c1942). 34 pages.

United States Senate Report on Hearings on HQR0 3755, Optometry Corps. January 24, 1946.

United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education Guidance leaflets: Optometry. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, c1954. Leaflet #22. 11
page.

JOURNALS:
The Bulletin 1946 1 issue

The Ocularum 1946 1 issue

Optical Developments 1946 4 issues

The Pennsylvania Optometrist
1940 1 issue
1941 3 issues
1942 1 issue
1943 3 issues

See box labeled H. Ward Ewalt, Jr., 00D0 (G.F0 501.4) for records groups orginated at many offices held by Dr. Ewalt within AOA, that were surrendered to the Archives, June 17, 1970.
578 ABANDONED 06/1970 Pittsburg
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD 13 boxes of books, journals memorabilia (awards, etc.), official reports of the American Optometric Association, documents of the office of Dr. Ewalt's term of office as President of the American Optometric Association, 1962-63, and private papers.

Schmidt-Rimpler, Hermann. Ed. by D.B. St. John Roose. Ophthalmology and Ophthalmoscopy for Practitioners and Students of Medicine. New York: William Wood & Co., 1889. (Front cover and all pages up to title page are missing, also part of
spine. Loose binding.)

Award
Distinguished Service Award. Bestowed by the American Optometric Association in 1965. In heavy wood shield shape with bronze plate and laurel decor, 13" x 11".

Picture
Set of six early paintings depicting the history of optics/optometry. Three are framed. Over the gold-leaf frame, title, and origin of the paintings are imprinted. Excellent condition and rare, original set.

Award
Bestowed by the American Public Health Association. Wood plaque, 7" x 9", with APHA logo and inscript on a bronze plaque - 1963.

Award
APHA - membership certificate - June 1963, 14" x 6-1/2", wood under white field.

Award
Bestowed by American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), framed in black wood, 16" x 13-1/2".

Award
Bestowed by ASAE, 17-1/2" x 14-1/2", elaborate walnut frame.

Award
American Advertising Federation, National Addy Award - Citation of Excellence, 11-3/4" x 9-1/2", black wood frame.

Award
The White House - Commendation and greetings on the occasion of the 1972 Optical Fair, signed by President Richard Nixon, 10-3/4" x 8-3/4", framed in black wood.

Award
U.S. Department of Defense - Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve. 14" x 10-1/2", walnut frame, December 1, 1978.

Award
Bestowed by the National 4-H Council from the 4-H Eye Care Education program, 15-1/2" x 14-1/2", walnut frame.

Monograph
"Manual of Standards for Vision Care in Clinics, Health Centers and Hospitals." 4th draft, September 15, 1959. 14 pages and appendix containing case record forms and charts. American Optometric Association Conference on Future of Optometric Practice, January 9-12, 1975.

Proceedings
ADA Committee on Social and Health Care Trends desk book. Large 3-ring binder, divided by subject, and supplemented by collected pamphlets. Table of contents. Pagination by section. Compiled by Felix A. Koetting, O.D.

Monograph
Gesell Institute of Child Development, "Pre-School Vision: Tests, Diagnoses, Guidance" by R. W. Lowry, Jr., and R. S. Apell. 1959, New Haven, Connecticut.

Monograph
Euclid Public Schools, "Blue Print for Visual Screening" by Louis Bing, et al. 1957, 1958, 1959, Euclid, Ohio.

Monograph
American Optometric Association, Commission on Optometric
Education and Research, Report to the Board of Trustees, June
25, 1964.

Microfilm
Three rolls: Roll #1 - Charles Admas, October 3, 1944 to Guy Mizer, December 6, 1944.
Roll #2 - H. A. Monti 11 on, October 2, 1944 to Hazel Zink, December 7, 1944. Roll #3 - Charles Adams, May 8, 1945 to Hazel Zink, May 9, 1945.

Box
Box Containing "Manual of Ocular Tests" compiled by the American Optometric Association Council on Education and Professional Guidance (1943) and a letter by Chairman R. M. Hall to Dr. Ewalt, entrusting the Manual and other records to his care, due to the historical value of the records.

Monograph
"Miscellaneous Information Concerning the Practice of Optometry," prepared by a spcial committee appointed by the Vice President in chage of National Affairs of the American
Optometric Association, March 1945.

Axenfeld, Theodor. The Bacteriology of the Eye. Transl. by Angus Macnab. New York: William Wood & Co., 1908. 402p.

United States Air Force. German Aviation Medicine, World War II. Volumes I and II. Prepared under the auspices of the Surgeon General, U.S. Air Force. Department of the Air Force, [1950?]

Gaddis, James H. The Importance of Visual Care. Pontiac, IL: Early America Co., 1966. 52p.

Weiss, Paul. Principles of Development, a Text in Experimental Embryology. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1939.

Dorsey, George A. Why We Behave Like Human Beings. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1925. 512p.

Kitchell, Frank M. Opportunities in an Optometry Career. New York: Vocational Guidance Manuals, 1967. 93p.

Southall, James R.C. Mirrors, Prisms and Lenses; A Text-Book of Geometrical Optics. 3rd ed. New York: Macmillan Co., 1936, c1933. 806p.

Ramsay, A. Maitland. Diathesis and Ocular Diseases. New York: William Wood & Co., 1909. 184p.

Pirenne, M.H. Vision and the Eye. London: Chapman & Hall, 1948. 187p. (Chapman & Hall label pasted over imprint of The Pilot Press)

Browne, Edgar A. How to Use the Ophthalmoscope. Philadelphia: Henry C Lea, 1877. 120p.

Cozzens, Charles 0. True Vision Through Professional Services. American Optical Company, c1940. [1945?]

Roy, Robert H., and James H. MacNeill. Horizons for a Profession. New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 1967. 354p.

Hull, Clark L. Hypnosis and Suggestibility, An Experimental Approach. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1933. 416p.

Knox, G.W., and V.J. Ellerbrock. Light, Vision and Lenses; An Introductory Text-Book of Geometrical, Physiological and Ophthalmic Optics. Columbus, OH: publ. by the authors, 1950. 350p. (in perfect condition)

Yoakam, Gerald A., ed. A Report of the Fourth Annual Conference on Reading; The
Materials of Reading^ University of Pittsburgh, June 28- July 9, 1948. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1948. 118p.

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo Refractive Procedure-Analysis-Treatment. Chicago: Professional Press, 1937. 160p.

American Optometric Association. Manual of Ocular Tests. 2nd ed. Minneapolis: AOA, 1948. 84p. (2 copies)

Duke-Elder, W. Stewart. Recent Advances in Ophthalmology. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1929. 405p. (some ink marks)

Atkinson, Thomas G. Essentials of Visual Psychology. Chicago: Professional Press, 1936. 48p. (in very good condition)

Nance, Willis 0., and Wesley Hamilton Peck, ed. Glaucoma. A Symposium presented at a meeting of the Chicago Ophthalmological Society, November 17, 1913. Chicago: Chicago Medical Book Co., 1914. 151p.

Salvatori, Philip L. A Scientific Method of Fitting Contact Lenses. Publ. by the author, 1947. 170p (author's autograph)

Yoakam, Gerald A., ed. and comp. A Report of the 6th Annual Conference on Reading; Reading and the Language Arts in the School Program. University of Pittsburgh, July 24- August 4, 1950. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1950. 156p.

Yoakam, Gerald A., ed. and comp. A Report of the 7th Annual Conference on Reading; Current Problems of Reading Instruction. University of Pittsburgh, July 16-27, 1951. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1951. 125p.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General Practitioners, 12th ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1927. 445p. (in good condition)

Ladd, George T. Elements of Physiological Psychology; A Treatise of the Activities and Nature of the Mind. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900, c1887. 696p.

Brower, Daniel, and Lawrence E. Abt, ed. Progress in Clinical Psychology. Volume 1, Section 2. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1952. 564p.

Ryer, E. Leroy, and Elmer E. Hotaling. One Man's Vision. American Optical Co. 14p. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Creative and Mental Growth: A Textbook on Art Education. New York: Macniillan Co., c1947. 304p.

Sloan, E.P. The Thyroid: Surgery, Syndromes, Treatment. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1936. 475p.

Obrig, Theo. E. Contact Lenses. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1942. 470p. (author's autograph)

Sheard, Charles. The Ophthalmic Use of Wellsworth Crookes Lenses. Southbridge, MA: American Optical Co., 1918. 47p. (paperback, perfect condition)

Dunbar, Flanders. Mind and Body; Psychosomatic Medicine. New York: Random House, 1947. 263p.

American Optometric Association. Manual of Ocular Tests and Requirements. 3rd ed. Minneapolis: American Optometric Association, 1953. 79p. (4 copies)

Ross, Edward E. A Guide to Successful Practice in the Ophthalmic Profession. Dayton, OH: E.E. Ross Laboratories, 1960. 32p.

Kagerer, Rudolph L. The Relationship of Visual Perception Performance in Early Grades to Reading Level in Grade Four. Winter Haven, FL: Lions Club, 1960. 36p.

Wulfeck, Joseph, Alexander Weisz, Margaret W. Raben, in cooperation with Jackson & Moreland, Inc. Vision in Military Aviation. (WADC Technical Report 58-399)

Wright Air Development Center, U.S. Air Force, November 1958. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH. 378p.

General Optical Company. The Successful Optometrist. Mt. Vernon, NY: General Optical Co., 1923. 30p. (Inscription to Dr. Ewalt on fly leaf from General Optical Co.)

[Levoy, Barton M.] PGA; Prosopic Chromatic Analysis. New York: Tura, Inc., 1951. 82p. Ellerbrock, V.J. Manual for Optometry Clinics. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University, 1954. 175p.

Salvatori, Philip L. The Story of Contact Lenses. New York: Obrig Laboratories, 1960. 57p.

Martin, H. Newell. The Human Body; Its Structure and Activities and the Conditions of Its Healthy Working, llth ed.New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1926.688p. (2 copies)

Hannum, Joshua E., comp. Eyesight Conservation Survey. (Eye Sight Conservation Bulletin No. 7) New York: Eye Sight Conservation Council, c1925. 219p.

Butsch, R.L.C. How to Read Statistics. Milwaukee: Bruce Publishing Co., c1946, 1949 printing. 184p.

Koby, F. Edward. Slit-Lamp Microscopy of the Living Eye. Transl. by Charles Goulden and Clara Lomas Harris. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1930. 360p.

Laurance, Lionel. Visual Optics and Sight Testing. 3rd ed. London: School of Optics, 1926. 502p. (notes and underlining in ink)

Duke-Elder, Sir Stewart. The Practice of Refraction. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1935. 383p.

Snell, Albert C. A Treatise on Medicolegal Ophthalmology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1940. 312p.

Wolff, Eugene. The Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1933. 31 pg.

Henry, Nelson B., ed. Education for the Professions. The 61st Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Part II. Chicago: National Society for the Study of Education, 1962.

Obrig, Theo. E., and Philip L. Salvatori. Contact Lenses. 3rd ed. New York: Obrig Laboratories, 1957. 780p. (perfect condition)

American Optometric Association. Manual of Ocular Tests^ Minneapolis: ADA, 1942.

Yoakam, Gerald A., ed. and comp. A Report of the 2nd Annual Conference on Reading,
University of Pittsburgh, July 8-19, 1946. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1946.

____. A Report of the 3rd Annual Conference on Reading, University of Pittsburgh, July 7-18, 1947. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1947. 148p.

____. A Report of the 5th Annual Conference on Reading: Basal Instruction in
Reading. University of Pittsburgh, July 11-22, 1949. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh, 1949. 138p.
____. A Report of the 8th Annual Conference on Reading; The Content, Selection, and Use of Children's Literature. University of Pittsburgh, July 14- 25, 1952. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1952. 189p.

____. A Report of the 9th Annual Conference on Reading: Providing For the Individual
Reading Needs of Children. University of Pittsburgh, July 13-24, 1953. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1953. 175p.

____. A Report of the 10th Annual Conference on Reading; Readability; Finding Readable Material for Children. University of Pittsburgh, July 12-23, 1954. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1954. 172p.

Cleland, Donald L., ed. and comp. A Report of the 13th Annual Conference and Course on Reading. Some Oral Aspects of the Language Arts Program. University of Pittsburgh, June 17-28, 1957. 162p.

____. A Report of the 14th Annual Conference and Course on Reading. Reading in Relation to Mass Media. University of Pittsburgh, July 14-25, 1958. 184p.

____. A Report of the 15th Annual Conference and Course on Reading. Reading- in the Content Areas. University of Pittsburgh, June 29- July 10, 1959.179p.

____. A Report of the 19th Annual Conference and Course on Reading. New Dimensions
in Reading. University of Pittsburgh, July 8-19, 1963. 176p.

____. A Report of the 21st Annual Conference and Course on Reading. Reading and
the Related Arts. University of Pittsburgh, July 6-16, 1965.

____. A Report of the 22nd Annual Conference and Course on Reading. Progress and Promise in Reading Instruction. University of Pittsburgh, July 5-15, 1966. 167p.

Marks, Roy. Factors for Consideration in the Design and Construction of Single Vision and Multifocal Lenses. Shuron Optical Co., 1956. 15p.

Eakin, William M., and Thomas L. McFarland. Type, Printing, and the Partially Seeing Child. Pittsburgh: Stanwix House, 1960. 16p.

Services for Children with Vision and Eye Problems. Prepared jointly by the Committee on Child Health of the American Public Health Association and the National Society
for the Prevention of Blindness. New York: The American Public Health Association, 1956. 112p. (2 copies)

Testimony of the American Optometric Association Before the Subcommittee on Public
Health and Safety of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee on H.R. 8546, May 25, 1964. Testimonies of W. Judd Chapman, H. Ward Ewalt, Gordon G.
Heath, Nelson F. Waldman, Donald A. Springer, and Frank M. Kitchell, O.D.s, with accompanying material.

Woodruff, M. Emerson. A Statement Relating to the Effective Utilization of Optometry
and Optometric Services in fulfillment of the Aims and Objectives of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Prepared for the American Optometric Association, April 1964.

Ash, Robert Foster. ...But Collections Are Awful. Binghamton, NY, c1942. 104p. (Author's signed inscription to Dr. Ewalt on fly leaf)

Proceedings of the 7th Congress, International Society of Contact Lens Specialists, Philadelphia, April 1962. Chicago: National Eye Research Foundation, 1962.

Dickinson, Frank, and K.G. Clifford Hall. An Introduction to the Prescribing and Fitting of Contact Lenses. London: Hammond, Hammond & Co., 1946. 168p.

Lloyd, Ralph I. Visual Field Studies. New York: The Technical Press, 1926. 200p.

Laurance, Lionel. General and Practical Optics. 3rd, rev. ed. London: School of j Optics, 1920. 350p. (some underlining and notes in ink. loose binding)

Newsletter 1952. The Ohio State University School of Optometry, Columbus, OH. 103p.

Trelease, Sam F. The Scientific Paper; How to Prepare It, How to Write It. 2nd ed.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1951. 163p.

Gill, Robert S. The Author Publisher Printer Complex. 2nd ed. Baltimore: Williams
& Wilkins, 1949. 144p.

Anderson, Albert L. Technique of Fitting Contact Lenses. Publ. by author, 1944. 71p.

Hutchison, Robert, and G.M. Wauchope. For and Against Doctors. Baltimore : William
i Wood & Co., 1935. 168p.

Bier, Norman. Contact Lens Routine and Practice. London: Butterworths Scientific
Publications, 1953. 188p.

Brucker, Wilber M. The Story of Optometry. Minneapolis: The Journal of the American
Optometric Association, c1939. (pencilled revisions throughout text)

Gifford, Sanford R., rev. by Derrick Vail. A Handbook of Ocular Therapeutics. 4th ed,
Lea & Febiger, c!947. 336p. (very good)

Research Relating to Children. Bulletin 14. February - September 1961. U.S. Department
of.Health, Education, and Welfare, Children's Bureau. 132p.

Salter, Andrew. What is Hypnosis; Studieszin Auto and Hetero Conditioning. New York:
Richard R. Smith, 1944. 88p.

Crane, Marian M.; Franklin M. Foote, Richard G. Scobee, and Earl L. Green. Screening
School Children for Visual Defects. Report of a Study Conducted in St. Louis, Missouri, 1948-49. Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1954. 92p.

Colcord, Joanna C. Your Community; Its Provision for Health, Education, Safety, and Welfare. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1939. 249p.

Hiscock, Ira V. Ways to Community Health Education. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1939. 306p.

Contributions to Ophthalmic Science. Dedicated to Dr. Edward Jackson in Honor of His Seventieth Birthday, March 30, 1926, by His Pupils and Colleagues in the United States. Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing Co.s 1926. 319p.

Childs, Harwood L. A Reference Guide to the Study of Public Opinion. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1934. 105p.

Stoddard, Kenneth B. A Laboratory Manual in Physiological Optics. San Francisco: A. Carlisle & Co., c1946.

Conference on Training in Physiological Optics. Sponsored by the Division of Optometry, Indiana University, August 8-18, 1959. Transactions and Reports. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. 63p.

Coggeshall, Lowell T. Planning for Medical Progress Through Education. A Report Submitted to the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges. Evanston, IL: the Association, 1965. 107p.

Garrett, Henry E. Statistics in Psychology and Education. 3rd ed. New York;
Longmans, Green & Co., 1947. 487p.

Hegner, Robert W. College Zoology. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1924, c.1912 733p.

Herrick, C. Judson. An Introduction to Neurology. 5th ed. Philadelphia: W.B.,Saunders Co., 1938, c1931. 417p.

Better Vision Institute. Why We See Like Human Beings. New York: Better Vision
Institute, 1936. 128p.

Page, Melvin E. Degeneration - Regeneration. St. Petersburg, FL: Biochemical Research Foundation, 1949. 266p.

Guilford, J.P. Fundamental Statistics in Psychology and Education. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1942. 333p.

Clapesattle, Helen. The Doctors Mayo. Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press, 1941. 822p.

Ratner, Joseph, ed. Intelligence in the Modern World; John Dewey's Philosophy. New York: The Modern Library, 1939. 1077p.

Cameron, W.J. Diagnosis by Transillumination. Chicago: Cameron's Publishing Co., 1924. 64P.

Kitchell, Frank M. Opportunities in Optometry. Rev. ed. Louisville, KY: Vocational Guidance Manuals, 1974. 94p.

Obrig, Theo. E. Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. New York, 1935. 323p. (Printed in Philadelphia by Chilton Co.)

Hathaway, Winifred. Easy on the Eyes. Illus. by Anne Fleur. Chicago: The John C.
Winston Co., 1947. 88p.

DeSchweinitz, G. E. Diseases of the Eye; A Handbook of Ophthalmic Practice for"
Students and Practitioners. 7th ed., rev. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1913. .979p.

Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. Volume 88, no. 4, October 18, 1944. Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, 1944.

Ten Years of Optical Developments, April 1931-April 1941. Philadelphia: Mclntire, Magee & Brown.

Addison, William H.F. Piersol's Normal Histology. 13th ed. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1927. 477p.

Sinnott, Edmund W., and L.C. Dunn. Principles of Genetics. An Elementary Text, with Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1925. 431p.

American Optometric Association. Manual of Accrediting of the Council on Education and Professional Guidance, The American Optometric Association, Inc. 4th ed. Minneapolis: AOA, c1953. 43p.

Encyclopedia of Educational Research. Walter S. Monroe, Editor. The Macmillan Co.,
c1941. 1344p.

Rasmussen, Andrew Theodore. The Principal Nervous Pathways. Neurological Charts ..
and Schemas with Explanatory Notes. 2nd ed. New York: Macmillan Co., 1942. 73p.

Tortolero, Jose, Newton K. Wesley, Leonard Bronstein. Fluorescein Staining; Characteristics of Cornea! Insult. Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Co., 1959.
55p.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Ophthalmic Lenses; Their History, Theory and Application.
Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb, c1935. 88p. (2 copies)

Flesch, Rudolf. The Art of Clear Thinking. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1951. 212p.

Cleland, Donald Lynn. An Experimental Study of Tachistoscopic Training As It
Relates to Speed and Comprehension in Reading. Ph.D. thesis submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Pittsburgh, 1950. 190p.

Sneller, Robert C. Vision and Driving. St. Louis: The American Optometric Association,
c1962. 42p. (pencilled revisions, author's signed inscription)

Imagine Me...an Ignorant Ph.D. American Optical Company, c1943. 12p.

Perera, Charles A. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 19th ed., rev.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1947. 521p.

Fulton, John Farquhar. Physiology of the Nervous System. 2nd ed. London:
Oxford University Press, 1943.

Newman, H. H., ed. The Nature of the World and of Man. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, c1926. 566p.

Schlaifer, Arthur. Synopsis of Glaucoma for Optometrists. American Academy of
Optometry series, volume 1. Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing Co., 1959. 88p.

Detwiler, Samuel R. Vertebrate Photoreceptors. New York: The Macmillan Company,
1943. 184p. (Fine condition)

Doggart, James Hamilton. Diseases of Children's Eyes. 2nd ed., rev. St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby Company, 1950 304p.(Fine condition)

Two archival boxes, 16-1/2" x 10-1/2" each, containing transaction of business of the American Optometric Association during the term of office of Dr. H. W. Ewalt. (For his positions within AOA, see attached letter of June 5, 1979. See also "Profile1' JAOA, Vol. 36, number 8, pp. 735-37, August 1965.)

Box #1

6 monographs
58 file folders (AOA records)

Box #2

24 file folders (AOA records)

Box #3

Correspondence, Conference proceedings of Several Optometric
Organizations in 14 file folders, packed compactly

Box #4
16-1/2" x 10-1/2" containing personal papers

Correspondence
National Commission on Accrediting
The Ohio State University
The Ford Foundation
Ohio State Optometric Association
Automotive Safety Foundation
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory
Canadian Association of Optometrists
U.S. Navy
U.S. Armed Forces
Herald Kohn, Esq.
U.S. Dept. of Health Education and Welfare

Journals
Optometric Weekly, 1942-1962, 636 issues
OJRO, 1940-1963, 344 issues
JAOA, 1947-1957, 89 issues
(not all complete)
miscellaneous Optometric Journals, 58 issues
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JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOC., April, 1970 (41:4)

TODAY, June, 1969 (13:1 )-2copies, November, 1969 (13:2)

READING TEACHER, February, 1970 (23:5)

CONTACTO, June, September & December, 1970 Vol. 14 #2, 3, 4,

PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE, September, 1975 (V. 52)

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT, January, April, June, 1969 Vol. 5 #1, 4, 6, August, 1970 (6:8)

OPTOMETRISTS' EXCHANGE, May, 1978

BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, 4th Qt., 1976 (31:4)

SCIENCE, Dec. 19, 1969 (166:3912)

GEMS OF KNOWLEDGE, September, 1969

ANISEIKONIA FORUM, May 15, 1969 (#32)

CONTACT LENS REPORT, July & November, 1969

AOA NEWS, June/July, 1969 (8:6/7)

PENNSYLVANIA OPTOMETRIST, July/Aug, 1970 (30:4)

JOURNAL OF THE NEW JERSEY OPTOMETRIC ASSOC., December, 1963 (17:12)
February & March, 1964 (18:2 & 3)

JOURNAL OF THE MARYLAND OPTOMETRIC ASSOC., Jan. - March, July - Sept., 1969 (2:1 & 3)

OPTOMETRIC WORLD, July, Oct. & Nov. 1969 (56:7, 10, 11)
Feb. 1971 (58:2) water damaged

KIWANIS MAGAZINE, June & September, 1969 (54:6 & 8)
January, 1970 (55:1)

OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM, Silent Partner, April & Oct, 1969 (17:7 & 18:1)
Letters, April 1 & October 1, 1969
Woman's Part in Optometry, Dec. 1962 (12:3)

OPTICAL JOURNAL AND REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY,
1968: Feb. 1 (105:3)
1969: Feb. 15, Mar. 1, Sept. 1, Oct. 15, (106:4, 5, 17, 20)
1970: Jan. 1, Oct. 15, Nov. 1, Nov. 15, Dec. 1, Dec. 15, (107:1,20,21,22,23,24)
1971: Jan. 1 & 15, Feb. 1 & 15, Mar. 1 & 15, July 15, Oct. 1 (108:1-6, 14,19)

PRECISION-COSMET DIGEST,
1965: Sept. & Oct. (6:2 & 3) photocopies
1967: Nov. & Dec. (8:4 & 5)
1968: Jan.-Oct. (8:6-12 & 9:1-3)
1969: Feb.-Sept. (9:6-12 & 10:1)

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY,
1962: Nov. 29 (53:48)
1963: Oct. 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 19, 26 (54:41-49, 51, 52)
1964: Jan 2, 9, June 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24,
Oct. 1, 15, 29, Nov. 5, 12, (55:1, 2, 26-39, 41, 43-45)
1965: Jan. 28, Feb. 4,11,18,25,Mar. 4, 11, Apr. 1, 8, May 6, July 1, 22, Aug. 26
(56:4-10, 13, 14, 18, 26, 29, 34)
1966: Aug. 25, Sept. 8, 22, 29, Oct. 20, Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (57:34, 36, 38,
39, 42, 47-52)
1967: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13,
Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, Nov. 2 (58:1-15, 36-44)
1968: Oct. 17 (59:42)
1969: Jan. 23, Feb. 13, May 8, 22(2 copies), July 3, 17, 24, Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9,
16, 23, Nov. 13, Dec. 11 (60:4, 7, 19, 21, 27, 29, 30, 38-43, 46, 50)
1970: Jan. 1, 29, May, 7, June 11, Oct. 1, 29, Nov. 26, Dec. 17 (61:1, 5, 19, 24,
40, 44, 48, 51)
1971: Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 18, May, 20, 27, June 10, 24, July 1, 8, 29, Aug. 26, Sept. 2,
16, 23, Oct. 14, 21, Nov. 25 (62:4, 5, 7, 20, 21, 23, 25-27, 30, 34, 35, 37, 38,
41, 42, 47)
1972: June 22, Aug. 24 (63:25,34)
1973: May 10, June 14, (64:19, 24)
1975: Sept. 4, 11, 18, Nov. 13 (66:30, 31, 32, 40)
1976: Sept. 30, Nov. 11 (67:40, 46)
1977: Apr. 7 (68:13)

OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY, Feb. & June, 1978 (69:5 & 9)

OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN,
1963: Sept. 21, Oct. 5 (3:18, 19)
1968: Dec. 28 (8:25)
1969: Jan. 11, Mar. 8, Sept. 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 15 (9:1, 5, 17, 19, 22)
1970: May 16, Sept. 19, Oct. 3, Nov. 28,(10:10, 18, 19, 23)
1971: Feb. 6, Apr. 17, May 1, 15, Aug, 7, Nov. 13 (11:3, 8, 9, 10, 16, 22)
1974: Sept. 21, Oct. 5, 19, Nov. 2, 16 (14:17-21)
1975: July 16, Oct. 4 (15:15, 19)
1977: Jan. 22, Feb. 19, Mar. 5, Apr. 2, 16, 30, May 14, 28, June 25, July 9, 23,
Aug. 6, Sept. 3, 17, Oct. 15, 29, Nov. 26, Dec. 10, 24 (17:2, 4, 5, 7-11, 13-18,
20, 21, 23-25)
1978: Jan. 7, Feb. 4, 18, Mar. 4, 18, Apr. 1, 15, 29, May, 13, 27, July 8, 22, Sept. 2, 30
Oct. 14, 28, Nov. 11, 25, Dec. 9 (18:1, 3-11, 14, 15, 17, 19-24)
1979: Jan. 6, 20, Feb. 3, 17 (19:1-4)

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MONOGRAPHS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
#144, 213, 256 (2 copies), 324

REPRINTS FROM SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
#11, 30, 46, 65, 401, 405, 408, 409, 410, 415, 419, 420, 422, 423, 428,

SERIALS

WORLDWIDE ABSTRACTS-CONTACT LENSES
Vol. 1, Jan-Dec. 1963
Vol. 2, Jan-Sept. 1964
misc. sheets: 1963, p. 410-31, A-292, Author Index

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
Aug. 1960 (37:8) Nov. 1970 (47:11)
May, 1964 (41:5) Dec. 1970 (47:12)
Oct. 1964 (41:10) Feb. 1971 (48:2)

AMERICAN JOURNALOF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
June, 1974 (51:6)
Feb. 1975 (52:2)

BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
2nd issue, 1971 (26:2)
1st issue, 1972 (27:1)

CONTACT LENS SOCIETY ABSTRACTS
Oct. 1952 April, 1957
Oct. 1953 Winter, 1957-8
April & Oct. 1954 Winter, 1958
April & Oct. 1955 January, 1960
April & Oct. 1956

CONTACTO
June, 1970 (14:2) (2 copies) March & June, 1972 (16:1 & 2)
June, 1971 (15:2)

CONTACT LENS, Spring, 1971 (3:2)

OPTICAL JOURNAL & REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
Nov. 1, 1962 (99:21) July 1, 1968 (105:13)
July 1, 1965 (102:13) April 15, 1971 (108:8)

NEWSLETTER (COVD), Spring, 1974

JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRIC VISION THERAPY
March, 1970 (1:1) March, 1971 (2:1)
June, 1970 (1:2) March, 1974 (5:1)
Dec. 1970 (1:4)

CONTIQUE, Feb. 1970 (5:1)

OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN
June 13, July 11, 1970 (10:12, 14)
Jan 23, Feb 20/Mar. 6, Sept. 4 (11:2, 4&5, 17)
Feb. 19, 1972 (12:4)

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY
June 13, 1963 (54:24)
Aug. 22, 29, Oct. 24, 1968 (59:34, 35, 43)
May 28, July 30, Oct. 22, 1970 (61:22, 31, 43)
April 15, May, 6, 1971 (62:15, 18)
Apr. 6, 13, Aug. 17, 1972 (63:14, 15, 33)
Jan. 31, May 16, 1974 (65:5, 19)

0-EYE-O
Winter, 1948 (15:1) Spring, 1970 (35:3)
Winter, 1951 (17:1) Autumn, 1971 (36:1)
Autumn, 1967 (33:3) Winter, 1974 (39:1)

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
June, 1971 (224:6)
July, 1972 (227:1)

SCIENCE
May 19, 1967 (156:3777)
June 14, 1968 (160:3833)

VISUAL DIGEST
Summer, 1949 (14:1)
Spring & Fall, 1950 (14:4 & 15:2)

CHROME-ORTHOPTIST, Jan/Feb. 1940 (1:7)

KEYSTONE COMMUNIQUE, #1, no date

VITAL & HEALTH STATISTICS, Series 11, #115, (2 copies)

THE STEREOGRAM, Feb/March, 1933 (2:2)

KEYSTONE STEREOGRAM, May & Oct. 1933 (2:3 & 4)

OPTICAL DEVELOPMENTS, May & July, 1945 (15:5 & 7)

ARNESON CLINICAL BULLETIN, Vol. 1 #3-8, 11, 12, no date

JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
Jan, Mar, April, May, August, Dec. 1968 (1:1,3,4,5,8,12)

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOC.
Dec. 1970 (41:12)
September & Oct. 1972 (43:10 & 11)

OPTOMETRIC PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
October, 1964 (1:1)

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
Jan-Dec. 1965 (1:1-12)
Jan-Dec. 1966 (2:1-12)
Feb, May, July, Sept, Oct & Dec. 1967 (3:2-5, 7, 9, 10, 12)
Jan, Feb, May, June, Aug-Oct, Dec. 1968 (4:1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12)
May, 1969 (5:5)
November, 1971 (7:11)
September, 1972 (8:9)

SCOPE (Mass. Sch. of Optometry)
Jan-Feb. 1949 (20:1)
May, 1950 (21:4)

JENA REVIEW
#5-6, 1971

JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS, Winter, 1969 (2:4)

READING TEACHER, May, 1970 (23:8)

SAFETY ENGINEERING, Feb. 1943 (85:2)

TODAY (B & L), Nov. 1969 (13:2)

MEDICAL ECONOMICS, Nov. 23, 1970 (47:25)

WASHINGTON SCOPE (AOA), April 8-12, 1974 (8:14)

NEWSLETTER, AMER. ACAD. OF PODIATRY ADMIN., V. 2 #22, Sept. 1971

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY & OTOLARYNGOLOGY
July/August, 1944

OPTOMETRIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE BULLETINS, #2, 1937

PRECISION-COSMET DIGEST, Nov & Dec. 1968 (9:3 & 4)

GENOTHALMIC FORUM, Vol. 3, Jan-Nov. 1931 (2 copies)

JOURNAL OF THE MARYLAND OPTOMETRIC ASSOC.
Jan. 1961 (1:2)
Jan-March, 1968 (1:1)

WISCONSIN OPTOMETRIST, Sept/Oct. 1967 (11:5)

PENNSYLVANIA OPTOMETRIST
July/Aug. 1954 (9:4) Dec. 1971 (31:6)
Sept/Oct. 1964 (14:5) Nov/Dec. 1977 (37:6)
Nov/Dec. 1966 (26:6)

NEW JERSEY JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
Mar/April, 1966 (20:2)

OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM
Basic Science for Optometrists, L. Folsom, Oct. 1935-April, 1937,. June, 1937 (1:1-10, 12
Proper Glasses, L. Jaques, Dec. 1933
Corrective Optometry, L. Jaques, Jan. 1934-June, 1937 (4:9)
Practical Orthoptics, July, 1937 (4:10) - Sept. 1937 (4:12)

Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists, June 1, 1962 (31:18)

Analytical Optometry, Skeffington,
Dec. 1943 (15:12)
Feb. 1944 (16:2)
Jan. 1946 (18:1)
April, 1947 (19:4) - July, 1947 (19:7)
Sept. 1947 (19:9)
Nov. 1947 (19:11) - March, 1948 (20:3)
June, 1946 (20:6) - Sept. 1948 (20:9)
Jan. 1949 (21:1) - April, 1949 (21:4)
August, 1949 (21:8) - Oct. 1949 (21:10)
Dec. 1949 (21:12) - March, 1950 (22:2)

Psychological Optics, S. Renshaw
Dec. 1943 (4:3)
Feb. 1944 (4:5)
Jan. 1946 (6:3)
Apr. 1947 (7:6)-July, 1947 (7:9)
Sept. 1947 (7:11)
Dec. 1947 (8:2) - March, 1948 (8:5)
May, 1948 (8:7) - Aug/Sept, 1948 (8:10/11)
Jan. 1949 (9:3) - March, 1949 (9:6)
Aug. 1949 (9:10) - Oct. 1949 (9:12)
Jan. 1950 (10:3) - March, 1950 (10:5)

Visual Training at Work, G. Crow, Oct. 1958 (8:1) photocopy

Psychology of Vision, S. Renshaw, Feb. 1940 (1:5)

Biological Foundations for Human Seeing, T. Murroughs
April, 1947 (1:7) - July, 1947 (1:10)
Sept. 1947 (1:12)
Nov. 1947 (2:2 - March, 1948 (2:6)
May, 1948 (2:8) - Sept. 1948 (2:12)

Neuro-physiology of Vision, C. Carpenter, Feb. 1944 (1:3)

Visual Training, June, 1948 (6:9)

Differential Analysis of Ocular Diseases, 0. & H. Wolfe
July, 1948 (7:10), Sept. 1948 (7:12), April, 1949 (8:7)

Practice Development for Optometrists
Dec. 1943 (11:2), Feb. 1944 (11:4), Jan. 1946 (13:3)
April, 1947 (14:6) - July, 1947 (14:9), Sept. 1947 (14:11)
Nov. 1947 (15:1) - March, 1948 (15:5), May, 1948 (15:7) - Sept. 1948 (15:11)
Jan. 1949 (16:3) - April, 1949 (16:6), Aug. 1949 (16:10) - Oct. 1949 (17:1)
Dec. 1949 (17:3) - March, 1950 (17:6)

Visual Problems in Motor Vehicle Operation, E. Fletcher
April, 1947 (1:7) - July, 1947 (1:10), Sept. 1947 (1:12),
Nov. 1947 (2:2) -Aug/Sept. 1948 (2:11 & 12), Nov. 1948 (3:2),
Jan. 1949 (3:4), Feb/Mar., 1949 (3:5 & 6), Aug/Sept. 1949 (3:11 & 12)
Oct. 1949 (4:1)

Vision, Growth & Development, D. B. Harmon
Nov. 1948 (1:2), Jan. 1949 (1:4), Feb. 1949 (1:5), Aug. 1949 (1:11),
Sept. 1949 (1:12), March, 1950 (2:1)

Barstow's Beacon for Office Assistants
V. 7 #11, 12, 1943 V. 11 #1,2,5,6,9-18,21-24, 1947/48
V. 7 #15, 16, 1944 V. 12 #1-3, 5, 7-9, 12, 1948/49
V. 9 #13, 14, 1946 V. 13 #2-4, 6-10, 1949/50
V. 10 #19-24, 1947

Professional Standards
July, 1948 (1:6), Aug. 1948 (1:7), Jan. 1949 (1:12), June, 1949 (2:5)

Special Course for Optometric Technicians & Assistants, C. Croisant
Dec. 1943 (2:3), Feb. 1944 (2:5), May, 1947 (5:8), June, 1947 (5:9)
July, 1947 (5:10), Sept. 1947 (5:12), April, 1947 (5:7)

Introduction to the Taking of Visual Skills, June, 1948 (6:9)

Woman's Part in Optometry
Jan. 1949 (1:1), April, 1949 (1:4), Oct. 1949 (2:1), Dec. 1949 (2:3)
Jan. 1950 (2:4), March, 1950 (2:6)




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EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD Halstead, Ward C. Brain and Intelligence; A Quantitative Study of the Frontal Lobes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947.

Fonda, Gerald. Management of the Patient with Subnormal Vision. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co", 1965.

Myklebust, Helmer R., ed. Progress in Learning Disabilities. Volume 1. New York:
Grune & Stratton, Lesley, Sidney J., and Myrtle F. Mudd. The New Applied Mathematics. 4th ed. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1952.

Hollinshead, Byron S. The Survey of Dentistry. The Final Report, Commission on the Survey of Dentistry in the United States. Washington, DC: American Council on Education, 1961.

Dubos, Rene. So Human an Animal. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1968.

Kelley, Earl C. Education for What is Real. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1947.

Gesell, Arnold, and Catherine S. Amatruda. Developmental Diagnosis/ Normal and Abnormal Child Development. 2nd ed. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, 1947.

Hamilton, George E. Oliver Wendell Holmes � His Pioneer Stereoscope and the Later Industry" New York: The Newcomen Society in North America, 1949.

Study of Accreditation of Selected Health Educational Programs. Part I: Staff Working Papers. Washington, DC: National Commission on Accrediting, 1971.

Study of Accreditation of Selected Health Educational Programs. Commission Report. Washington, DC: National Commission on Accrediting, 1972.

Pitkin, Walter B. The Art of Rapid Reading. New York: Whittlesey House, 1929.

Guthrie, E.R. The Psychology of Learning. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1935.

Appel, Kenneth E., and Edward A. Strecker. Practical Examination of Personality and Behavior Disorders, Adults and Children. New York: Macnullan Co., 1936.

Carr, Harvey A. An Introduction to Space Perception. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1935.

Toffler, Alvin. Learning for Tomorrow; the Role of the Future in Education. New York: Vintage Books, 1974.

Edwards, Allen L. Experimental Design in Psychological Research. Rev. ed. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960.

Jackson, Henry, and Frederic Parker. Hodgkin's Disease and Allied Disorders. New York: Oxford University Press, 1947.

Vodnoy, Bernard E. The Practice of Vision Care, Qrthoptics and Corneal Contact Lens Fitting. 3rd ed.South Bend, Ind.: Bernell Corp., 1967.

Bennett, Philip M. Scan and Pursuit Movements of the Human Eye. College of
Optometric Vision Development. Sloan, Louise L. Recommended Aids for the Partially Sighted. 2nd, rev. ed.

including A Nontechnical Explanation of Basic Optical Principles, by Louise L. Sloan and Stephen J. Ryan, Jr. New York: National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1971.

Gibson, Glen G., and Robison D. Harley. Sensorimotor Anomalies of the Extrinsic Ocular Muscles. Rochester, Minn.: American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 1961.

Optometry, The Profession; Its Antecedents, Birth and Development. Chilton Company, 1947.(series of editorial articles that appeared in The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry, Oct. 1, 1945 to Jan. 1947.) (2 copies)

Sobotta, Johannes. Atlas of Human Anatomy. Volume 1: The Bones, Ligaments, Joints, Regions and Muscles of the Human Body. New York: G.E. Stechert & Co., 1927.

____. Volume 2: The Viscera Including the Heart. New York: G.E. Stechert & Co., 1928.

Lewison, Lawrence. You and Your Eyes. New York: Trinity Publishing Corp., 1960.

Report on Licensure and Related Health Personnel Credentialing, June 1971. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1972.

McCormick, Ernest J. Human Engineering. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1957.

Cleland, Donald L., and Josephine T. Benson, eds. Corrective and Remedial Reading. A Report of the Sixteenth Annual Conference and Course on Reading, June 13-24,
1960, University of Pittsburgh. Hall, Calvin S., and Gardner Lindzey. Theories of Personality. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1957.

Ebersole, Marylou, Newell C� Kephart, and James B. Ebersole. Steps to Achievement for the Slow Learner. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1968.

Davitz, Joel R. The Communication of Emotional Meaning. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964.

Freeman, Graydon LaVerne. Introduction to Physiological Psychology. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1934.

Baker, Harry J., and Virginia Traphagen. � Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavior-Problem Children. New York: Macmi 1 Ian Co., 1937.

Tanner, J.M., and Barbel Inhelder, eds. Discussions on Child Development. Vol.2. N.Y.: International Universities Press, 1954?

Wilson, Robert M. Diagnostic and Remedial Reading for Classroom and Clinic. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill Books, 1967.

Thruelsen, Richard, and John Kobler, eds. Adventures of the Mind, from the Saturday Evening Post. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960.

Haffner, Alden N. A National Study of Assisting Manpower in Optometry. New York: Optometric Center of New York, 1971.

1937 Year Book of Qptometry. New York State Optometric Association, 1937.

Nover, Arno. The Ocular Fundus; Methods of Examination and Typical Findings. 2nd ed.Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1971.

Boring, Edwin G. Sensation and Perception in the History of Experimental Psychology.
New York: D . Appleton-Century Co., 1942.

Hebb, Donald Olding. A Textbook of Psychology. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders, 1958.

Pitkin, Walter B. The Psychology of Achievement. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1930.

Zigmond, Naomi K., and Regina Cicci. Auditory Learning. San Rafael, CA: Dimensions
Publishing Co., 1968.

Larrick, Nancy. A Parent's Guide to Children's Reading. New York: Doubleday &
Company, 1958.

Tanner, J.M., and Barbel Inhelder. Discussions on Child Development. Vol. 1. New York: International Universities Press, 1953.

Goldberg, Joe B. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice. Chicago: Professional Press, 1970.

Berelson, Bernard, and Gary A. Steiner. Human Behavior; An Inventory of Scientific Findings. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1964.

Moustakas, Clark E, The Self; Explorations in Personal Growth. New York: Harper & Row, 1956. (pencil markings)

Bernays, Edward L. Biography of An Idea: Memoirs of Public Relations Counsel Edward L. Ber'nays. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1965.

Whiteside, Thomas C.D. The Problems of Vision in Flight at High Altitude. London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1957.

Spache, George D. Reading in the Elementary School. (Excerpts from Reading in the Elementary School, c1964, by Allyn and Bacon, Inc., Boston.)

Brower, Daniel, and Lawrence E. Abt, ed. Progress in Clinical Psychology. Volume 1. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1952.

Mettler, Fred A. Neuroanatomy. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1942.

Mueller, Conrad G., and Mae Rudolph. Light and Vision. New York: Time, Inc., 1966.
(LIFE Science Library series)

Tanner, James M., and Gordon Rattray Taylor. Growth. New York: Time-Life Books, 1965.
(LIFE Science Library series)

Wilson, John Rowan. The Mind. New York: Time-Life Books, 1964. (LIFE Science Library)

Maltz, Maxwell. Creative Living for Today. New York: Pocket Books, 1970.

Larrick, Nancy. A Parent's Guide to Children's Reading. New York: Pocket Books, 1964. (paperback)

McGuigan, F.J., and Allen D. Calvin. Current Studies inPsychology. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1958.

Holmes, Clark, Harry Jolliffe, and James Gregg. Guide to Occupational and Other Visual Needs. Volume One. Los Angeles, 1958.

Ellingson, Careth. The Shadow Children; A Book About Children's Learning Disorders. Chicago: Topaz Books, 1967.

Eissler, Ruth S., Anna Freud, et al. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child. Volume XXV. New York: International Universitites Press, 1970.

Sloane, Eric. A Museum of Early American Tools. New York: Ballantine Books, 1964.

Smith, Marvin B. Handbook of Ocular Pharmacology. Acton, Mass.: Publishing Sciences Group, 1974.

Wright, Samson. Applied Physiology. 7th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1941.

Shepard, Carl F., and Wm. Arthur Mendelsohn. Ocular Psychometry. Chicago: the authors, 1928. (2 copies)

Martin, William E., and Celia B. Stendler. Readings in Child Development. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1954.

Murphy, Gardner. Personality; a Biosocial Approach to Origins and Structure. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1947.

Swartz, Harry. The Allergic Child. New York: Coward-McCann, 1954.

Bausch & Lomb Ophthalmic Equipment. Rochester, NY: B&L, 1939. (some pages cut out.)

Ocular Pathology Reference. Dept. of Ocular Pathology, Pennsylvania State College of Optometry.

Gregg, James R. Your Future in Optometry. New York: Richards Rosen Press, 1960.

Lewison, Lawrence. You and Your Eyes. New York: Trinity Publishing Corp., 1960.

Cohen, Neville S., and Joseph L. Shapiro. Out of Sight Into Vision. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1977.

Gregg, James R., and Gordon G. Heath. The Eye and Sight. Boston: D-.C. Heath and Co., 1964.

Boeder, Paul. An Introduction to the Mathematics of Ophthalmic Optics. Fall River, Mass. : Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, 1937.

Wulff, Henrik R. Rational Diagnosis and Treatment. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1976.

Gregory, R.L. Eye and Brain, the Psychology of Seeing. New York: World University Library, 1966.

Milkie, George M., and Stephen C. Miller, eds. Current Qptometric Information and Terminology. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1974.

Brill, A.A. The Basic Writings of Sigmund Freud. New York: The Modern Library, 1938.

Parkins, George A. The Diagnosis and Elimination of Visual Handicaps Preventing Efficient Reading.Fall River, Mass.: The Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, 1941.

Fitch, Albert. My Fifty Years in Optometry. Volume 1. Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 1955.

Myklebust, Helmer R., ed. Progress in Learning Disabilities. Volume II. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1971

Best, Charles Herbert, and Normal B. Taylor. The Physiological Basis of Medical Practice. Baltimore: William Wood & Co., 1937.

Holt, John. How Children Learn. New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1970.

Bull, Richard E. Summerhill USA. Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1970.

Ilg, Frances L., and Louise Bates Ames. Parents Ask. New York: Dell Publishing, 1962.

London, Perry. Behavior Control. New York: Harper & Row, 1969.

Piaget, Jean. The Contraction of Reality in the Child. New York: Ballantine Books, C1954, 1971.printing.

Ilg, Frances L., and Louise Bates Ames. Child Behavior. New York: Dell Publishing, c1955m 1963 printing.

Hazen, E.H. Ocular Orientation, A Super-Faculty of the Eyes. Oakland, CA: the author, c 1923.

Southwestern Congress of Optometry, Fort Worth, Texas, February 10-12, 1947. (Optometric Extension Program)

Nichols, A. Sutton. Primary Procedures in Vision Training, and The Pointer Method of Vision Training with the "AN" Series.Meadville, PA: Keystone View Co., 1946.

Hints and Helps to Clinicians Prescribing Iseikonic Lenses. American Optical Co., 1940.

Bannon, Robert E. Clinical Manual on Aniseikonia. Buffalo, NY: American Optical, 1954.

Murroughs, T.R. Keystone Aniseikonia Manual. (4 sections) Meadville, PA: Keystone
View Company, 1961.

Madigan, Leo F. The Measurement and Correction of Aniseikonia. Southbridge, MA:
American Optical Co., 1942.

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. The Montessori Manual. 2nd ed. Chicago: W.E. Richardson
Co., 1913. (Reprinted by Circle Press, St. Louis, MO, 1965)

Cox, Maurice E. Qptometry, The Profession, Its Antecedents, Birth, and Development.
Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1947.

Efron, Marvin. A Study of the Relationship of Certain Oculomotor Skills to Reading
Readiness. (M.A. thesis, School of Education, University of South
Carolina, 1965)


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EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
Bound:
V.7 - 15, 1930-38
V. 17 - 21, 1940-44
1 cumulative index: 1924-67
Loose issues:
1929: Oct-Dec. (6:10-12)
1937: May (14:5)
1939: June-Sept. (16:6-9)
1947: Dec. (24:12)
1948: Jan-March (25:1-3)
1949: Jan-Nov. (26:1-11)
1950: Jan-Dec. (27:1-12)
1953: Jan-.Apr-Sept. (30:1,4-9)
1954: July-Dec.(31:7-12)
1955: Jan-Dec. (32:1-12)
1956: Jan-Dec. (33:1-12)
1957: Jan-Dec. (34:1-12)
1958: Feb, Apr-Dec., (35:2,4-12)
1959: Jan-Dec. (36:1-12)
1960: Jan-July, Sept-Dec. (37:1-7,9-12)
1961: Jan-Aug, Oct-Dec. (38:1-8,10-12)
1962: Jan-Dec (plus an extra March) (39:1-12)
1965: Jan, Aug. & Sept. (42:1,8,9)
1966: Jan, Aug, Sept, Dec. (43:1,8,9,12)
1967: Jan & Feb., (44:1, 2.)
1968: Aug & Sept. (45:8, 9)
1972: March (49:3)
1973: Oct-Dec. (50:10-12)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPT0METRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
1974: Apr, May, J u l y , Sept-Dec. (51:4,5,7,9-12)
1975: Jan, March-Dec., (52:1,3-12)
1976: Jan, March-Oct, Dec. (plus Sept. supp.) (53:1,3-10,12)
1977: Jan-Sept, Dec. (54:1-9,12)
1978: Jan-June, Aug-Dec. (55:1-6,8-12)
1979: Feb, May-July, Sept, Nov. Dec. (56:2,5-7,9,11,12)
1980: March, April (57:3,4)
1981: Jan-Dec, (plus Aug. supp) (58:1-12)
1982: Jan, Feb, July, Aug, Oct. (59:1,2,7,8,10)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
1939: Nov. (22:11)
1940: Jan, March (23:1,3)

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Dec. 1979 (86:12)

OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN
1983: Apr. 23, May 7, Sept. 24, Oct. 8, 22, Nov. 5, 19, Dec. 3, 17 (23:9,10,19-25)
1984: Jan. 7, 21, Feb. 4, March 17 (24:1-3, 6)

OEP NEWS
Oct. 1963
Jan-May, 1964
July-Oct. 1967
Jan, March-Aug, 1968

Bartley, S.Howard, and Eloise Chute. Fatigue and Impairment in Man. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1947.

Sorsby, Arnold. Genetics in Ophthalmology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1951.

Duke-Elder, S., editor. Glaucoma: A Symposium organized by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1955.

Getman, G.N. How to Develop Your Child's Intelligence. Luverne, Minn.: the author, c1958. (6th edition)

Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Baltimore, MD: the author, 1939.(Author's signed inscription to Dr. Ewalt on front space.)

Bellows, John G. Cataract and Anomalies of the Lens. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1944.

Resnick, Louis. Eye Hazards in Industry; Extent, Cause, and Means of Prevention. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941,

Tiffin, Joseph. Industrial Psychology. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1942.

Ausubel, David P. Theory and Problems of Child Development. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1958.

Ryer, E. LeRoy, and Elmer E. Hotaling. Ophthalmometry. the authors, 1945.

Ryer, E. LeRoy, and Elmer E. Hotaling. Qptometric Procedure, Basic and Supplementary. the authors, 1941.

Salisbury, Frank S. Human Development and Learning; An Interpretive Introduction to Psychology"^ New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1939.

Hering, Ewald. Spatial Sense and Movements of the Eye. Baltimore: The American Academy of Optometry, 1942.

The Forty-First Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Part II: The Psychology of Learning. Edited by Nelson B. Henry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942.

Sheard, Charles. Dynamic Skiametry and Methods of Testing the Accommodation and
Convergence of the Eyes. Chicago: Cleveland Press, 1920.(Author's signed inscription to Dr. Ewalt, 2/23/39, on flyleaf.)

Sheard, Charles. Selected Writings in Visual and Ophthalmic Optics. "The Sheard Volume." Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957.

Brower, Daniel, and Lawrence E. Abt, editors. Progress in Clinical Psychology. Volume II. New York: Grune & Strattonm 1956.

Egerter, B.C. Security in Chiropody. Chicago: Chiropody Record Publishing Co., 1950.

Schonell, Fred J. The Psychology and Teaching of Reading. New York: Philosophical
Library, Ash, Robert Foster. Many Happy Returns; A Frank Discussion of the Economics of Optometry. Binghamton, NY: the author, 1937.

Donders, F.C. On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye. (reproduction of 1864 New Sydenham Society edition) London: Hat ton Press,1952.

Tassman, I.S. The Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases (Medical Ophthalmology). 3rd ed St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1951.

Ireland, Leonard T. The Principles of Psychophysiology. Volume I: The Problems of Psychology; and Perception. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1929.

_ . _ . Volume II: Sensation. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1930.

_ . _ . Volume III: Cerebration and Action. D. Van Nostrand Co., 1932.

Zoethout, W.D. Physiological Optics. 2nd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1935.

Fitch, Albert. My Fifty Years in Qptometry. Volume 1. Philadelphia,-PA: Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, 1955.

Root, F.M. Here's Howl to Build and Control a Professional Optometric Practice. the author, 1947.

The Optometrist's Assistant. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1957.

Kohler, Wolfgang. Gestalt Psychology. New York: Liveright Publishing Corp., 1935, c1929, Morrison, G. Archanna. In the Dentist's Office; A Guide for Auxiliary Dental Personnel. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1948.

Bryan, James E. Public Relations in Medical Practice. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1954.

Koffka, K. Principles of Gestalt Psychology. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1935.

Commins, W.D. Principles of Educational Psychology. New York: Ronald Press Co.,
1937.

Elmstrom, George P. Optometric Practice Management. Philadelphia: Chilton Books,
1963. ( author'ssigned inscription to Dr. Ewalt, 5/12/63, on flyleaf.)

Gregg, James R., and Gordon G. Heath. The Eye and Sight. Boston: D.C. Heath and
Company, 1964. (2 copies)

Egerter, B.C. Professional Practice Management. New York: Pageant Press, 1957.

Sheard, Charles. Ophthalmic Optics with Applications to Physiological Optics. Chicago: Year Book Publishers, 1950.

Ott, John. My Ivory Cellar. Chicago: Twentieth Century Press, 1958.

Woodworth, Robert S. Experimental Psychology. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1938.

Krieg, Wendell J.S. Functional Neuroanatomy. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co., 1942.

Southall, James P.C., editor. Helmholtz's Treatise on Physiological Optics. (3 volumes) The Optical Society of America, 1924-1925.

Volume 2: The Sensations of Vision. Volume 3: The Perceptions of Vision.

Report of the Transactions of the American Academy of Optometry [410.01 AAO-- Could also be TC 160, 454, 484 or 539 for all Transactions]

Volume 8:12th annual meeting, 1933, Baltimore, Md.

Volume 9: 13th annual meeting, 1934, Cleveland, Ohio; 14th annual meeting, 1935, New York City

Volume 10: 15th annual meeting, 1936, Chicago, 111.

Volume 11: 16th annual meeting, 1937, Rochester, N.Y.

Volume 12: 17th annual meeting, 1938, Richmond, Va.

Volume 13: 18th annual meeting, 1939, Los Angeles, Calif.

Transactions of the International Ophthalmic Optical Congress, 1961. Published for the British Optical Association.London: Crosby Lockwood & Son, 1962.

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: Professional Press, 1949.

Woodworth, Robert S. Psychology, A Study of Mental Life. New York: Henry Holt, 1921.

Peppard, Harold M. Sight Without Glasses. Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1940.

Morgan, Clifford T. Physiological Psychology. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1943.

Bartley, S. Howard. Vision, a Study of Its Basis. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1941,

Gruman, Harris. New Ways to Better Sight. Harrisburg, PA: Telegraph Press, 1950.

Hofstetter, H.W. Optometry, Professional, Economic, and Legal Aspects. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1948.

Luneburg, Rudolf K. Mathematical Analysis of Binocular Vision. Published for the Dartmouth Eye Institute.Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1947. (2nd copy, 1948 printing)

Michal-Smith, H. Pediatric Problems in Clinical Practice. New York: Grune &
Stratton, Rhine, J.B. New Frontiers of the Mind, The Story of the Duke Experiments. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1937.

Fraunf elder, F.T. Drug-Induced Ocular Side Effects and Drug Interactions.
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1976.

Gregg, James R. The Story of Qptometry. New York: The Ronald Press, 1965.

Hartmann, George W. Educational Psychology. New York: American Book Co., 1941.

Duke-Elder, Stewart, and Allen J.B. Goldsmith. Recent Advances in Ophthalmology. 4th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1951.

Occupational Analysis. 2nd ed. New York: Better Vision Institute, 1930.

Tiffin, Joseph. Industrial Psychology. 2nd ed. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1947.

Lyle, Keith, and Sylvia Jackson. Practical Orthpptics in the Treatment of Squint. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co., 1941.

MacElree, George A., Jr. Manual of Ocular Pathology for Optometrists. 4th ed. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, 1941.

Lawshe, C.H., Jr. Principles of Personnel Testing. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
1948.

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EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD Miscellaneous letters, reprints, programs, agenda books, mementos and photographs (2 large boxes)

cartoon scrapbook

"Book of Memories" given to Dr. Ewalt by Western Pennsylvania Optometric Society, January 13, 1963

46 books, textbooks and booklets

1 33 1/3 rpm recording. Lead the Field program by Earl Nightingale. "Greener Pastures"
and "The Magic Word" c1961

2 short TV "spots" (motion pictures) by the American Optometric Association: "I Didn't See" and "Driving Takes Seeing"

2 filmstrips: "Helping People to See" and "Seeing Habits for Expert Driving" (Ford Motor Company)

2"x2" slides (11 boxes) - miscellaneous: Optometric Extension Program; optometric offices; Dr. Ewalt; AOA programs: Ocular Series, Children's Series, Preschool Series
"Dusty's Daydreams" (stereo photographs and script)

1 color print, Norman Rockwell's "The Optometrist"

1 banquet photo (B&W) from 5th Annual Eastern States Optometric Congress, New York, 1954

1 official group photograph (B&W), American Optometric Association Congress, Rochester, N.Y., 1919. (in excellent condition, unframed)

117 journals - optometric state, school and national presses

Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists - issues from 1936-1962

Optometric Extension Program courses, 1930s-1940s

92 volumes Optometric Extension Program regional conference proceedings (papers from the meetings)

Panoptik Bifocal set

3 small boxes containing eyeglasses (some with lenses, some without), some very old with metal frames, others plastic, fair to good condition. A few cases.

62 Optometric Extension Program "cassettes-of-the-month"

18 cassettes from the 57th Mountain States Congress of Optometry

3 Optometric Extension Program "records-of-the-month"

73 American Optometric Association annual congress cassettes (mtgs from 1975-1983)

17 miscellaneous cassettes from other meetings, programs

13 open reel tape recordings (some not identified)

5 7" open reels: "Class in Dental Practice Administration" Treadway Inn, St. Davids,
Pennsylvania, May 1962

A Student's Guide to Optometry. by Joseph B. Gutstein. Chicago: Monroe College of Optometry, 1947. 184 pg., paper.

Optometry: Education for the Profession. Robert J. Havighurst. Washington, D.C. National Commission. m. Accrediting. c. 1973 128 pg., paper.

Visual Readiness for Reading. (Chapter reprinted from E.A. Betts' Foundation of Reading Instruction, American Book Co., 1946). Pittsburgh: AOA.

Blueprint for Vision Screening. Euclid, Ohio. Euclid Public Schools, 1961. (32 pgs., paper)

Easy on Your Eyes, A Listing of Books Printed in Large Clear Type. Compiled by Adult Education Committee. Mass. Library Association. Boston, New England Council of Optometrists, 1961. (52 pg.)

The Model Office. Committee on Scientific Exhibit of the Pennsylvania State Medical Society. (19??) 12 pg., paper.

Visual Readiness for Reading. by Emmet A. Betts. (reprinted from 1942-43 issues of Visual Digest) 38 pg., paper.

How to Help Your Child Learn, by Beatrice A. Gudridge, National Education Association. 1960. (40 pgs., paper)

Rhythm Reading with the Opthalmograph and the Metronoscope. American Optical Co., 1935. (12 pg. paper)

Professional Partnership Purchase Plan, by Alden Guild. Montpelier, VT. National Life Insurance Co., 1961. (94 pgs.)

Annual Summary of Investigation Relating to Reading. July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979. S. Weintreub. H.K. Smith, N.L. Rosen. M. Rowls. and W.R. Hill. Newark, Delaware. Int. Reading Association, 1980. (328 pgs. paper)

Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry. S.K. Lesser. Optometric Extension Program. 1974. (94 pgs., paper, 4" x 6 1/2")

Optometrists Should Play a Major Role in the Delivery of Eye Care. Henry B. Peters. (Reprinted from Controversy in Opthlamology, 19??, 11 pgs. paper)

Visual Problems of School Children. Emmet A. Betts and Agnes S. Austin. Chicago Professional Press. (80 pg. paper, reprinted from Optometric Weekly 1940-1941).

Vision/Visual Profession, an annotated bibliography. Sam Weinstraub and Robert J. Cowen. Newark, Deleware, International Reading Association. 1982 (87 pgs., paper)

Modern Clinical Optometry, A Guide and Review, by George C. Slade. Duncan, Oklahoma. Optometric Extension Program, 1961 (85 pgs., paper)

White House Conference Report on the Senior Citizen and Optometry. AOA Committee on Vision Care of the Aging. 1960 (17 pg., paper)

A Preventative and Remedy for School Myopia. Jacob Raphaelson. Cincinnati, Ohio. Research Foundation for Prevention of Myopia. 1958 (16 pgs., paper)

Dear Judi: Letters to an Optometric Assistant. by Betty Lee Kuhn. N.Y. Advisory Enterprises. 1974 (190 pgs., paper)

Learning to See and Seeing to Learn. by R.C. Orem. Johnstown, PA. Mafex Associates 1971 (291 pgs.)

Vision of Children, an Optometric Symposium., ed. by Monroe J. Hirsch and Ralph C. Wick. Philadelphia: Chilton Books, 1963 (434 pgs)

Preschool Vision: Tests, Diagnostics, Guidance. R.J. Apell, R.W. Lowry, Jr. St. Louis: American Optometric Association. 1959 (189 pgs).

Optometric Education: A Summary Report. National Study of Optometric Education. National Commission on Accrediting. 1973 (70 pgs., paper)

New Ways to Better Sight. by Harris Gruman. N.Y. Hermitage House, 1950, 1955 (208 pgs)

Ophthalmic Dispensing. by Russell L. Stimson. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co. 1951 (427 pgs)

the Fine Arts of Prescribing Glasses, without making a Spectacle of Yourself. Benjamin Milder and Melvin L. Rubin. Gainsville, FL. Trich Scientific Publishers 1978 (436 pgs)

Adventures in Practice Management. Murray Kleff and Daniel Kleff. Houston, TX. MK Enterprises.

Guidelines for Improving Relations Between Optometry and Opthalmology. St. Louis: American Optometric Associations. 1972 (59 pgs).

What Optometry and its Related Profession has to Offer the Reading Teacher. by Joanne Lambeth. Duncan: Oklahoma. Optometric Extension Program, 1966 (61 pgs.)

Orthoptics: A Discussion of Binocular Anomolies. J. Calder Gillie and J. Lindsey. London: the Hutton Press, 1969 (90 pgs)

the $100,000 Practice and How to Build OT. by Robert P. Levoy. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, N.J. 1966 (190 pgs.)

The Orthomolecular Approach to Learning Disabilities. by Allen Cott. Novato, CA. Academic Therapy Publications, 1977 (76 pgs).

The Auditory Analysis Test: An Initial Report. Jermone Rosner and Dorthea P. Simmons. University of Pittsburgh, PA 1977 (22 pgs.)

Vision Screen for Elementary Schools, the Orinda Study. Henrik Blum, Henry B. Peters, Jerome N. Bettman. University of California, 1959 (146 pgs.)

Dictionary of Interprofessional Learning Disability Terminology. compiled by Robert M. Wold. College of Optometric Vision Development. (34 pgs., paper)

Medical Progress Through Innovation (Vol. 5 of New Dynamics of Preventive Medicine) by Leon R. Promeroy. Houston: International of Preventive Medicine, 1977. 170 pgs.

Learning Disabilities: the Link to Deliquency Should be Determined, but Schools Should do more Now. Report to the Congress from the Comptroller General of the United States. (photocopy 70 pgs)

Children's Vision and School Success. George D. Spache. and Lois B. Bing. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 195? (55 pgs., papers)

Vision Screening and Child Development. The North Carolina Study. Charles L. Kelley. Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina State College, 1957 (paper).
547 ABANDONED 07/1985 Pittsburg
EWALT, H. WARD EWALT, H. WARD 1 box of misc. paper archival items 1085 ABANDONED 12/11/1990 Pittsburg
FARKAS, PAUL FARKAS, PAUL 1 cassette tape bearing the following label: WOR Radio, 3/23/76, Dr. P. Farkas & Dr. J. Garber, Guest, "MCcanns Prog, on 'Ortho-k". 580 ABANDONED 09/1977 New York
FELLER, STANLEY W. FELLER, STANLEY W. Bronson, L.D. Early American Specs; An Exciting Collectible. Glendale, Calif., The Occidental Publishing Co., 1974.

Dvorine, Israel. Dvorine Color Perception Testing Charts. Volume I. Baltimore, Md., Waverly Press, 1944.

Dvorine, Israel. Dvorine Color Perception Training Charts. Volume 2. Baltimore, Md., Waverly Press, 1944.

Dvorine, Israel. Instructions for Using Dvorine Color Perception Testing andTraining Charts. Baltimore, Md., Waverly Press, 1944.

Levoy, Robert P. The $100,000 Practice and How to Build It. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1966.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General Practitioners. 17th ed., revised. Baltimore, William Wood & Co., 1941.

Ryan, Robert E. Headache; Diagnosis and Treatment. 2d ed. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Company, 1957.

Southall, James P.C. Mirrors, Prisms, and Lenses; a Text-Book of Geometrical Optics. 3d ed. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1933.

Western New York Society of Optometrists. Pharmacology for Optometrists. Seminar presented by the Western New York Society of Optometrists, April, 1969.
581 ABANDONED 06/11/1980 Williamsville
FISCHER, FRANK H. FISCHER, FRANK H. JOURNALS:
Miller, Leo G,, et. al., ed. - "The Associated Journal of Optometry" - February 1941 Vol. 6, No. 3 and July 1940, Vol. 5, No. 8.
585 ABANDONED N/A Martinsburg
FISHER, HAROLD M. FISHER, HAROLD M. 2 cartons of old "general" files. 859 ABANDONED 06/19/1975 Grafton
FLORA, MARK R FLORA, MARK R Flora, Mark R. A Glossary of Ocular and General Abbreviations For Clinical Use. 2d ed. Memphis, Tenn., the author, 1979.

587 ABANDONED 12/1979 Memphis
FOGARTY, T. FRANK FOGARTY, T. FRANK Hamilton, Frederick Seeing dramatized. Publisher, place and date unknown. Title page missing. Bausch & Lomb's financial support for publication indicated in preface. Upper half of page 17-18 missing, otherwise the book is in perfect condition. 54 pages. 588 ABANDONED 05/15/1972 Providence
FORKIOTIS, C. J. FORKIOTIS, C. J. The Suddenly Successful Student, 3rd. ed. 1032 ABANDONED 02/14/1995 Fairfield
FOX, MELVIN B. FOX, MELVIN B. one trial frame for the museum 596 ABANDONED 02/28/1968 Van Nuys
FRANCKE, AMIEL W. FRANCKE, AMIEL W. Harmon, Darell Boyd. "Commencement Address" Illinois College of Optometry, June 3, 1960 (11 typewritten pages)

The Co-ordinated Classroom, as developed by Darell Boyd Harmon. [A.I.A. file no. 35-B] Grand Rapids, Michigan: American Seating Company, c1951

Harmon, Darell Boyd. "Designing School Buildings and Facilities to Support Media Usage
Programs" (21 typewritten pages)

Harmon, Darell Boyd. Notes on a "Dynamic Theory of Vision" : a study and discussion outline. 2nd revision. Austin, TX: published by the author, 1957

Harmon, Darell Boyd. Notes on a "Dynamic Theory of Vision": a study and discussion outline. 3rd revision. Austin, TX: published by the author, 1958

Harmon, Darell Boyd. "A Preliminary Report on a Study of Eye Preference, Certain Body Mechanics and Visual Problems" (spiral-bound) reprint from Learning Disorders. Vol. 2, ed. by Jerome Hellmuth. Special Child Publications, 1966

Harmon, Darell Boyd. Revised Notes on a "Dynamic Theory of Vision." Part 1. The author, c1955

Harmon, Darell Boyd, and T.D. Wakefield. Supplementary Lighting for the Co-ordinated Classroom. [A.I.A. file no. 31-F-23] Vermilion, OH: F.W. Wakefield Brass Company
598 ABANDONED 01/03/2000 Washington
FRANCKE, AMIEL W. FRANCKE, AMIEL W. Brain and Perception : Holonomy and Structure in Figural Processing. Karl H. Pribram. Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, c1991 [ISBN 0-89859-995-4]

Developmental Movement. Muska Mosston. Columbus, OH: Charles Merrill, c1965
Experiences in Visual Thinking. 2nd ed. Robert H. McKim. Boston: PWS Engineering, c1980 [ISBN 0-8185-0411-0]

How to Help Your Child in School. Mary Frank and Lawrence K. Frank. New York: New
American Library of World Literature / Signet Key Books, c1950 (paperback, fragile binding)

Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry. Revised ed. S.K. Lesser. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, c1969. (paperback)

Measurement of Intelligence By Drawings. Florence L. Goodenough. [Measurement and Adjustment series] Yonkers, NY: World Book Company, c1926

Occupational Therapy Practice, Vol. 3, no. 1, December, 1991. "Vision and Performance" issue edited by Mary Jane Bouska. Frederick, MD: Aspen Publishers, 1991

A Proposed Model for Visual Information Processing in the Human Brain. Matthew Kabrisky. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, c1966

597 ABANDONED 06/04/2001 Washington
FRANTZ, DON A. FRANTZ, DON A. Personal Papers #501.4

Series within the Group:

Series 1) Official documents; transactions of the office of the
President emanating from the AOA.

Series 2) Private records; documents not emanating from AOA as
an agency. Some records pertinent to positions held by
Dr. Frantz excluding official transactions of the Presidency
.
A) Biography - Curriculum vita
B) Private correspondence
C) Speeches
D) Reprints

Series 3) Awards, photos, memorabilia
599 ABANDONED 08/23/1972 DeKalb
FRIEDENBERG, HAROLD L. FRIEDENBERG, HAROLD L. P H O T O G R A P H S :
one 11 3/4" x 8 1/4" photograph "Clinical Instructors and Post Graduate Class, Philadelphia.Optical College" (description: individual headshots of 19 men, three horizontal rows in sequence � 6 at top row, 7 at middle row, and 6 at bottom row)

one 8 7/8" x 7" photograph "Virginia State Board of Examiners in Optometry" (description: group photograph of Dr. F. D. Jackson, Sec-Treas.; Dr. Archie Smither, Pres.; Dr. L. E.
Rayhorn, Vice-Pres.; Dr. A. Swain Mitchell; Dr. I. John Mercier)
600 ABANDONED 09/24/1968 Richmond
FUERMAN, LARRY FUERMAN, LARRY OPTICAL INDEX,
September, 1984 (59:9)
October, 1984 (59:10)

OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY,
October, 1984 (75:10)
624 ABANDONED 06/06/1985 Atlantic City
GAZAWAY, JOHN A. GAZAWAY, JOHN A. 1 booklet, Washington Optometric Association 1899-1985 978 ABANDONED 05/30/1985 Eagle Grove
GILBERT, RONALD GILBERT, RONALD 1 copy : Blue Book of Optometrists and Opticians. First Edition. Chicago: the Optometrist and Optician, 1912. (Excellent condition) 650 ABANDONED 03/11/1986 Dayton
GLATT, LOWELL D. GLATT, LOWELL D. Allen, Edmund Turney. The Science of Higher Prisms. Chicago: George K. Hazlitt & Co., 1900.

Alt, Adolf. A Treatise on Ophthalmology for the General Practitioner. 2d ed. , rev. St. Louis: J.H. Chambers & Co., 1893.

Altick, Richard D. Preface to Critical Reading. 3d ed. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1956.

Anderson, J. Ringland. Detachment of the Retina. Cambridge: The University Press, 1931.

Arms, George, and Louis Locke. Symposium. New York: Rinehart & Co., 1954.

Ash, Robert Poster. Many Happy Returns: A Frank Discussion of the Economics of Optometry. Binghamton, N.Y.: the author, Vail-Ballou Press, 1937.

Baker, W. Morrant, and Vincent Dormer Harris. Hand-Book of Physiology. 12th ed. (Kirkes1 Hand-Book of Physiology) Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1891.

Bannon, Robert E. Clinical Manual on Aniseikonia; a Lecture Series. Buffalo, N.Y.: American Optical Co., 1954.

Beacher, L. Lester. Your Precious Eyesight. New York: Psychological Library, 1952.

Blue Book of Optometrists . 24th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1958.

____. 26th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1962.

____. 33rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1976.

Boeder, Paul. Analysis of Prismatic Effects in Bifocal Lenses. American Optical Co., 1939.

Brock, Frederick W. Visual Training. Pt.l: Preliminary Considerations. Chicago: Professional Press, 1948?

Calkins, T.H. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Indianapolis: Continental
Optical Co., 1941.

Carter, Richard. The Doctor Business. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1958.

Clark, John R., and Rolland R. Smith. Modern-School Geometry. New York: World Book
Co., 1948.

Cogan, David G. Ophthalmic Manifestations of Systemic Vascular Disease. Philadelphia:
W.B. Saunders Co., 1974.

Cross, Andrew Jay. A System of Ocular Skiametry. New York: Frederick Boger
Publishing Co., 1903.

Dana, Charles L. Text-Book of Nervous Diseases, Being a Compendium for the Use of
Students and Practitioners of Medicine. 4th ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1900, c1897.

Davson, Hugh. The Physiology of the Eye. 3d ed. New York: Academic Press, 1972.

Dowaliby, Margaret. Styling in Eyewear. / Barstow, Ralph. Practice Development. Duncan, Okla., Optometric Extension Program, 1951.

Dull, Charles E., H. Clark Metcalfe, and John E. Williams. Modern Chemistry. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1958.

Edser, Edwin. Light, for Students. London: Macmillan & Co., 1919.

Ellis, Philip P., and Donn L. Smith. Handbook of Ocular Therapeutics and Pharmacology. 2d ed. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby, 1966.

Fuchs, Ernest. Text-Book of Ophthalmology. Translated by A. Duane. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1893, c1892.

Gerling, C.J. The Sight Saver. New York: Harvest House, 1943.

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, a Manual for Students. 12th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1903.

I.H.B. Optical Aids Service Survey. First 500 Cases, March 1953 to December 1955.
Brooklyn, N.Y.: Industrial Home for the Blind, 1957.

Juler, Henry E. A Handbook of Ophthalmic Science S Practice. Philadelphia: Henry C.
Lea's Son & Co., 1884.

Kehl, B.E. Visual Training s Laboratory Manual. 3d ed. Memphis: Southern College
Of Optometry, 1963.

Knies, Max. Relations of Diseases of the Eye to General Diseases. Edited by Henry
D. Noyes. New York: William Wood & Co., 1895.

Lambert, Avery E. Introduction and Guide to the Study of Histology, for Students in Medical Schools and Colleges. Philadelphia: The Blakiston Co., 1946, c1938.

Leopold, Irving H. Ocular Therapeutics. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1961. (Int. Ophth. Clin. v.l #1)

Lewis, James J. State Board Examinations: Questions S Answers. Chicago:
James J. Lewis, 1919.

Linksz, Arthur, ed.: Pleoptics. Guerry, DuPont: Light Coagulation. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1961. (Int. Ophth. Clin. v.1 #4)

Long, Eli H. Dental Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Prescription Writing. 2d ed.
Philadelphia: Lea Brothers & Co., 1905.

Love, James Kerr. Deaf Mutism; a Clinical and Pathological Study. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1896.

Martin, Edward. Essentials of Surgery. 6th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1898.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and Practitioners. 9th ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1917.

McLaren, Donald Stewart. Malnutrition and the Eye. New York: Academic Press, 1963.

Near Point Optometry; The Taking of Visual Skills; Visual Training. A series of papers released by the Optometric Extension Program to its membership 1950-1951. Duncan, Okla., Optometric Extension Program, 1951.

Newell, Frank W., ed. Glaucoma. Transactions of the 1st Conference, December 5-7, 1955, Princeton, New Jersey. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1956.

____. Glaucoma. Transactions of the 2nd Conference, December 3-5, 1956, Princeton, New Jersey. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1957.

____. Glaucoma. Transactions of the 3rd Conference, January 8-10, 1958, Princeton, New Jersey. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1959.

____. Glaucoma. Transactions of the 4th Conference, March 8-10, 1959, Princeton, New Jersey. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1960.

____.Glaucoma. Transactions of the 5th Conference, March 6-9, 1960, Princeton, New Jersey. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1961.

Page, R.C.M. A Handbook of Physical Diagnosis of Diseases of the Organs of Respiration and heart, and of aortic aneurism. 9th ed. New York: J.H. Vail & Co., 1895, c1889.

Peppard, Harold M. Sight Without Glasses. Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1940, c1936.

A Physician Talks About Cataracts. American Optical Co., 1959.

Pool, Eugene H., and Frank J. McGowan. Surgery at the New York Hospital One Hundred Years Ago. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, 1929.

Prentice, Charles F. Ophthalmic Lenses, Dioptric Formulae for Combined Cylindrical Lenses. The Prism Dioptry, and Other Optical Papers. 2d ed. Philadelphia: The Keystone Publishing Co., 1907, c1900.

Prescription Lenses. Southbridge, Mass.: American Optical Co., 1950.

Prosopic Chromatic Analysis. New York: Tura, Inc., 1952.

Raiford, Morgan B. Contact Lens Management. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1961. (Int. Ophth. Clin. v.1 #2)

Remsen, Ira. An Introduction to the Study of Chemistry. 7th ed. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1907.

Rogers, George A. The Shadow Test in Ocular Diagnosis; Without Prejudice as to Method, Mirror, Distance or Instrument. Chicago: The Optic Press, 1905.

Salvatori, Philip L. A Scientific Method of Fitting Contact Lenses. Published by the author, 1947.

Scagliotta, Edward G. Initial Learning Assessment. San Rafael, Calif., Academic Therapy Publications, 1970.

Schur Mark Vision Training Supplies. Meadville, Pa., Keystone View Co., 1963?

Smith, Nila Banton. Be a Better Reader. Book 5. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice- Hall, 1960.

Souter, William Norwood. The Refractive and Motor Mechanism of the Eye. Philadelphia: The Keystone Publishing Co., 1910.

Stevenson, Mark D. Photoscopy (Skiascopy or Retinoscopy) Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1906.

Stimson, Russell L. Optical Aids for Low Acuity. Los Angeles: Braille Institute of America, 1957.

Thorington, James. Prisms, Their Use and Equivalents. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's
Son & Co., 1913.

Thorington, James. Refraction and How to Refract. 2d ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakistorfs Son & Co., 1902, c1900.

Transcript of the Post Graduate Lectures and Resume of the Skeffington Clinic. Conducted under the auspices of the Optometrical Society of the City of New York and the Brooklyn Optometrical Society, March 7 - April 18, 1930.

Vail, Derrick T. Cataract Surgery and Neuro-Ophthalmology. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co., 1961. (Int. Ophth. Clin. v.1 #3)

Wesley, Newton K., and George N. Jessen. Basic Sphercon Contact Lens Fitting Manual. 8th revision. Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Co., 1959.

Wesley, Newton K., and George N. Jessen. First Draft of Wesley Jessen Cycon Contact Lens Instruction Manual. Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Co., 1961.

Wiener, Meyer; A. Edward Maumenee, et al: Progress in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. Volume 1. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1952.

Witthaus, R. A. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry. 3d ed. New York: William Wood & Co., 1890.

The Wonderful Human Machine. American Medical Association, 1961.

Year Book of Optometry. 1927-1931. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1934. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1935. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1936. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1937. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1938. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1939. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1940. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1941. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1942. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1943. New York State Optometric Association.

____. 1944-1945. New York State Optometric Association.

CONTACT LENS WORLD May 25, 1962-pages 5 & 6.

EYE CARE (New York State Optometric Assoc.), May, 1970 (5:2).

FIELD OF VISION Fall, 1961 (16:3).

GEMS OF KNOWLEDGE 1959, Vol. 59 #25-#141 (113 issues).
1960, Vol. 60 #1-#161 (160 issues).
1961, Vol. 61 #l-#62 (55 issues).
1968, June/July (1 issue).
1969, February (1 issue).

OPTICAL DEVELOPMENTS (B & L) May, 1941-April, 1946, 5 years - Bound.
May, 1946-April, 1951, 5 years - Bound.

OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM PAPERS - Post-Graduate
December, 1957 (30:3).
January, 1958 (30:4).
February, 1958 (30:5).
April, 1958 (30:7).
May, 1958 (30:8).

UNIVIS BULLETIN Fall, 1950 (19:3).
652 ABANDONED 07/14/1980 Hicksville
GLATT, LOWELL D. GLATT, LOWELL D. Treatise on the Eye and the Ideal Sight-Restorer. New York, The Ideal Company, C1897. 68 pages. 651 ABANDONED 12/1985 Hicksville
GLATT, LOWELL D. GLATT, LOWELL D. Ideal Sight-Restorer with automatic myopic attachments in the eye cups 1042 ABANDONED 02/10/1986 Hicksville
GMELIN, ROBERT T. GMELIN, ROBERT T. Copies of articles he had authored, (filed 590) 885 ABANDONED 12/1988 Mare Island
GOINS, MICHAEL GOINS, MICHAEL Donated 14 books to the library.

Physicians' Desk Reference. 35th ed./Medical Economics Co., c1981. (2047p.)

Kaufman, Lloyd: Sight and Mind, An Intro to Visual Perception. NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 1974. (580p.)

Davson, Hugh, (ed.) The Eye. 2nd ed. Vol. 1: Vegetative Physiology and Biochemistry. NY: Academic Press, 1969 (679p.)

Epting, John B. and Frank Morgret, Jr.: Ophthalmic Mechanics and Dispenshing. Radnor, PA: Chilton Book Co., 1964. (338p.) [marked with yellow highlighter]

Drew, Ralph: Professional Ophthalmic Dispensing. Chicago: Professional Press, c1970. (549p) [yellow highlighting]

Current Optom. Procedural Terminology. 1st ed. AOA, 1977.

Fincham, W.H.A. and M.H. Freeman: Optics 5th ed. Butterworths, 1974. (482p.) [yellow h. in 1 chapter]

Gerstman, Daniel R. (ed.): Optometry Examination Review Book. Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Garden City, NY: Med. Exam Publ. Co., 1978 [some answers marked in ink]

Koch, Douglas D., David W. Parke II, David Paton: Current Management in Ophthalmology. NY: Churchill Livingstone, 1983 (338p.) [ink and highlighter markings]

Rubin, Melvin L. and Gordon L. Walls: Fundamentals of Visual Science. Springfield: CC Thomas, 1969. (435p.) [marked with yellow highlighter and margin notes]

Gregg, James R. The Business of Optometric Practice. White Plains, NY: Advisory Enterprises, c. 1975 (226p.) [some yellow markings]

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 3rd ed. AOA, 1980 (127p.)

Leitman, Mark W., Samuel Gartner, Paul Henkind. Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis, Oradell, NJ: Med Economics Co., 1978, c. 1975.

Gerstman, Daniel R. and John R. Levene: Optometry Examination Review Book. Volume 2. Flushing, NY: Med. Exam. Publ. Co., 1975. (222p.) [perfect]
657 ABANDONED 01/28/1986 Wilmington
COHEN, KIM G. COHEN, KIM G. 1 audiocassette tape, "An Ophthalmologist's Guide to Practice-Building." Allergan Pharmaceuticals, C 1988, 908 ABANDONED 04/14/1988 Dunwoody
COHEN, KIM G. COHEN, KIM G. Hofstetter, Optometry, Professional, Economic, etc. C1948. 882 ABANDONED 07/14/1988 Dunwoody
COHEN, KIM G. COHEN, KIM G. 1 copy, X-240.
1 copy, "The fluoroPerm RPG Lens System", Prescribers Panel II, Paragon Optical, 1988.
881 ABANDONED 01/20/1989 Dunwoody
COHEN, KIM G. COHEN, KIM G. Kraytman, Maurice. The Complete Patient History. McGraw-Hill, 1979. (594p., paperbk)

Smith, J. Lawton. The Optic Nerve. Miami, Fl: Neuro-Ophthalmology Tapes, 19??.
(167p., paperbk)

Barrage, Natalie C. Visual Handicaps and Learning, a Developmental Approach.
Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1976. (113p., paperbk)

Texas Optometric Association. What Did You Say, Doctor? Austin, TX: TOA, 1978.
(35p., paperbk)

Cordes, Frederick C. Cataract Types. A Manual Prepared for the Use of Graduates in
Medicine. Rochester, MN: American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology,
1961. (lllp., paperbk)

Smith, J. Lawton. The Pupil. Miami, FL: the author, 19?? (81p., paperbk)

Getman, G. N. How to Develop Your Child's Intelligence. Irvine, CA: Research
Publications, 1962. (lllp., paperbk)

Fincham, W.H.A. and M.H. Freeman. Optics. 8th ed. London: Butterworths, 1974.
(482p. writing on many pages)

Roy, Frederick Hampton. Ocular Differential Diagnosis. 2nd ed. Lea & Febiger,
1975. (612p.)

Meyers, Frederick H., Ernest Jawetz, Alan Goldfien. Review of Medical Pharmacology.
6th ed. Los Altos, CA: Lange Medical Publications, 1978. (762p., paperbk)

Schapero, Max, David Cline, Henry Hofstetter, eds. Dictionary of Visual Science.
2nd ed. Radnor, PA: Chilton Book Co., 1968. (804p.)

Mandell, Robert B. Contact Lens Practice, Hard & Flexible Lenses. 2nd ed. Charles
C Thomas, c1974. (819p.)

Hirsch, Monroe J, and Ralph E. Wick. The Optometric Profession. Philadelphia:
Chilton Book Co., 1968. (359p.)

Vaughan, Daniel, and Taylor Asbury. General Ophthalmology. 8th ed. Lange Medical
Publications, 1977. (379p., paperbk)

Moses, Robert A., ed. Adler's Physiology of the Eye, Clinical Application. 6th ed.
St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1975. (702p., pencil markings)

Gregg, James R. The Business of Optometric Practice. White Plains, NY: Advisory
Enterprises, 1980. (229p.)

Schoessow, Donna K. To See or Not to See? A Patient's Guide to Diabetic Retinopathy.
Ed. by John M. Maggiano. Anaheim, CA: privately published, c1983. (62p., paperbk)

American Optometric Association. Communications Division, Consumer Advice on
Vision Care News Backgrounder. St. Louis: AOA, 1980. (17p., paperbk)

Dowaliby, Margaret and Pauline Dowaliby. Healthy Eyes For Your Child. Chicago:
Professional Press, c1981. (66p., paperbk)

Newcomb, Robert and Jerry L. Jblley, eds. Public Health and Community Optometry.
Charles C Thomas, 1980. (513p.)

Havener, William H. Ocular Pharmacology. 4th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1978. (762p.)

Faye, Eleanor E. Clinical Low Vision. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1976. (396p., paperbt

Kavner, Richard S. and Lorraine Dusky. Total Vision. New York: A & W Visual Library,
1978. (264p., paperbk)

Davson, Hugh, ed. The Eye, 2nd ed. Vol. 3: Muscular Mechanisms. New York: Academic
Press, 1969. (398p.)

Birnbaum, Philip. The Passover Haggadah. New York: Jewish Braille Institute of
America, 1973. (77p., paperbk, in large type)

Harrington, David 0. The Visual Fields; A Textbook and Atlas of Clinical Perimetry.
4th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1976. (413p.)

Abrahamson, Ira A., Jr. Color Atlas of Anterior Segment Eye Diseases. Oradell, N.J.:
Medical Economics Co., 1974. (154p.)

Keeney, Arthur H. Ocular Examination, Basis and Technique. 2nd ed. St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby, 1976. (322p.)

Griffin, John R. Binocular Anomalies, Procedures for Vision Therapy. Chicago:
Professional Press, 1976. (384p.)

Richman, Jack E. and Eric Cohen. Rehabilitation Techniques for Binocular Dysfunction.
2nd ed. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 1976. (paperbk)

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical.Refraction. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, c1970,
1975 printing. (2 volumes, 1381p.)

Duke-Elder, Stewart, ed. System of Ophthalmology. Volume 2: The Anatomy of the
Visual System. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., c1961, 1976 printing. (901p.)

Gordon, Dan M. The Fundamentals of Ophthalmology. Kalamazoo, MI: The Upjohn Co.,
1971. (72p.)

Paton, David, Barry N. Hyman, Johnny Justice, Jr. Introduction to Ophthalmoscopy.
Kalamazoo, MI: The Upjohn Company, 1976. (92p.)

Sautter, Hans, Wolfgand Straub, Hermann Rassmann. Atlas of the Ocular Fundus. 2nd ed. Photographs of Typical Changes in Ocular and Systemic Disease. Philadelphia:
J.B. Lippincott, 1977. (160p.)

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COHEN, MAX COHEN, MAX J O U R N A L S :
A.O.A Organizer (Published by Amer. Optom. Ass'n.), Vol. 1, No. 12,
July 1930.

T h-e Bulletin of the Optometrical Society of the City of New York,
Vol. 4, No. 8, Apr. 1939.
Vol. 6, No. 6, Feb. 1941.
Vol. 3, No. 7, Oct. 1948.
(no vol. #, no. issue #), circa 1950.

The Bulletin of the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Optometric
Association, Vol. 4, No. 2, Dec. 1940.

The Eye Glass (Published monthly by Dr. L. C. Coles, Optometrist,
132 East University Ave., Gainesville, Fla.), Feb. 1928.

The Journ. Amer. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 2, No. 2, Sept. 1930.
Vol. 2, No. 6, Jan. 1931. No. 7, Feb. 1931.

The Journ. New York State Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 8, No. 1, Sept. 1940.
Vol. 8, No. 4, Dec. 1940. No. 5, Jan. 1941.
Vol 15 15, No. 1, Nov. 1947.

Keystone Stereogram, (Bulletin of Research Ophthalmic Division, Keystone
View Co.) Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan. 1933.

Ophthalmic Dispenser (Published by the Society of Dispensing Opticians),
n.d. Circa 1946.

Optical Journ. & Review of Optom., Vol. 64, No. 23, Dec. 6, 1929. No. 24, Dec. 13, 1929.
Vol. 65, No. 24, June 13, 1930.
Vol. 66, No. 1, July 4, 1930. No. 3, July 18, 1930, No. 7, Aug. 15, 1930. No. 14, Oct. 3, 1930.
Vol. 76, No. 18, Sept. 15, 1939.
Vol. 78, No. 1, Jan. 1, 1941. No. 2, Jan. 15, 1941.

Optometric Digest (Published by the Bronx Coun/ty Optometrical Society) ,
Vol. 1, No. , Sept. 1928.
Vol. 2, No. 4, Dec. 1929.

Optom. Wkly., Vol. 27, No. 11, Apr. 30, 1936.

University of the State of New York. Bulletin. No. 1471, May 1961. No. 1478, July 1962.
No. 1495, May 1965.

Wisconsin Optom., Vol. 5, No. 2, Mar. 1933.

Your Eyes, Dec. 1932.

Beacon of the Brooklyn Optometric Society, Vol. 10, No. 3, Mar. 1941.

Museum Items:
one Bausch eyeglass (intact) , Circa 1895
one adjustable Oxford eyeglass (Left noseguard missing; right lens
missing; left lens chipped) , Circa 1915
three plastic rimmed lenses (2 clear plastic rimmed; 1 cardova colored
rim), Circa 1915
two Opifex cemented bifocal lenses, Circa 1890
eight pair of hoopring eyeglasses, Circa 1898

Other Materials:
reprints, clippings, booklets (several)
Records of the New York State Optometric Association (NYSOA), Optical society of the State of New York, and the Bronx County Optometric Society. (Three manilla folders of materials). including:
State of New York in Senate, February 6, 1939. An act to amend the
education law, in relation to the practice of optqmetry and
optical dispensing. 3d Rdg. 1062, Nos 617, 2510, 2551,2605,
2655, Int. 589. 28p.

Reinhardt, Florence Mayer Biographical paper on Dr. Leo Morris
Mayer (AOA President, elected 1927). 5 pages handwritten
biography.

Report of the public hearing held in Albany before the Committee
on Public Health, March 13th, 1906, on Optometry Bill No.
741, introduced by Mr. West of Yates County. (11 p.,
legal size paper.)
366 ABANDONED 02/11/1969 New York
RONALD L. GOLDSTEIN RONALD L. GOLDSTEIN Vision, Your Gateway to Knowledge. Sheets of perforated stamps/seals issued by the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Association (1962-63). This multi-color seal was the fourth design since the Auxiliary launched its seal program in 1951, and was issued to promote the importance of vision. 658 ABANDONED 08/25/2010 Thousand Oaks
GOODLAW, EDWARD I. EDWARD I. GOODLAW 1 composite photograph of the 1st. three William Feinbloom Award Winners:
Edward Goodlaw, O.D.
Morton Sarver, O.D.
Irvin Borish
996 ABANDONED 06/04/1986 Los Angeles
GOODLAW, EDWARD I. EDWARD I. GOODLAW 1 pair of executive bifocal half-glass spectacles designed by Dr. Goodlaw.

Reprint of the following article: Goodlaw, Edward I. "Spectacles for the Emmetropic Presbyopic Optometrist." Amer. J. of Optometry & Physiological Optics. Vol. 58, #3, March 1981, pp 232-234.

1 pair of scleral contact lenses in case. Lenses were originally prescribed by Dr. Goodlaw for a patient.
660 ABANDONED 05;08/1987 Los Angeles
GOODMAN, ROBERT A. GOODMAN, ROBERT A. C.H. Brown. The Optician's Manual; a Treatise on the Science and Practice of Optometry. Volume I. Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1908. (binding loose)

Joshua Zuckerman. Perimetry. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1954.
661 ABANDONED 09/26/1994 Vestal
EYE CARE EYE WEAR ASSOCIATES GOREN, HAROLD Copy of a paper "Professional Liability: Optometric Practice," 35 pages, dated 4/21/88, submitted by his son (Tom Goren) to Professor Elian, Health Law class. 910 ABANDONED 05/31/1988 Taunton
GOSS, DAVID A. GOSS, DAVID A. 2 books and reprints of 12 articles 1043 ABANDONED 11/19/1990 Bloomington
GOTTEHRER, DONALD IAN GOTTEHRER, DONALD IAN Newspaper article from Loveland, Colorado newspaper dated 1928 about the AOA's" campaign to wipe out the many fake eye specialists operating thruout the middle west." 954 ABANDONED 08/21/1986 Scottsdale
GOULDING, ROBERT C. GOULDING, ROBERT C. 1 Hamilton Ophthalmic Cabinet with Sterilizer, restored to original valued at $850.00

1 Antique one set Ophthalmic Text "Oates" with stereoscopic views of the ocular fundus in diseases (3 volumes) circa 1900 $125.00

1 set of Bausch & Lomb Lithographs (commemorating various figures in optical history) $200.00

1 set American Optical Lithographs (historical spectacles) $200.00

1 set Trial Presbyopic Bifocals, Univis $200.00

1 set Trial Presbyopic Trifocals, Utiivis $300.00

2 AO Projectochart slides, one Cohen and one Paraboline $150.00 Miscellaneous ophthalmic items 75.00

1 Ophthalometer, vintage 1930 $50.00

Current controller and blue resistance lamp bulb

Boxed Perfect Mate dispensing set with frame (E3915) and snap-on "colorettes" trim pieces (American Optical Company, 1950s)

Boxed eyeglass screw and spring assortment in 18 glass vials. Shur-On Optical Products 4 1/2" x 6 1/2"

1 wooden case with auxiliary lenses for use with additive phoroptor [AO cat.#589, 1935] Set includes 9 spherical lenses in quarter diopter steps for presbyopic additions, 4 spherical lenses in half diopters, 1 each: 12 D cylinders, 50/50 cross cylinder, -2 cylinder, cruxite AX, B & C, Calobar B & C, 1/z pair each Vz prism, cobalt blue, monochrom blue and stenop. Slit. (American Optical Company)

4 visual acuity charts on heavy paper, 11"xl7" by Nabco, Arvada Colorado, c1978. One each: Hebrew, Russian, Arabic, Chinese

BOOKS:
AO One Position Ophthalmometer. American Optical Company, c1928 [pencil markings & notes] paper booklet - cover torn off.

Manas, Leo. Visual Analysis Handbook. Chicago: The Professional Press, 1952 (paperback)

Oatman, Edward L. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. [1 volume of text and 2 portfolios of stereograms and diagnostic cards] Troy, NY: The Southworth Company, 1913

Pine, Harry E. State Board Questions and Answers. Chicago: The Professional Press, c1950
659 ABANDONED 04/2008 Toledo
GRANT, RODERICK P. GRANT, RODERICK P. Department of Civil Service and Registration; Board of Registration in Optometry "Optometry law and list of registered optometrists, corrected to September 16, 1940." 32p.

New England Retail Optical Association "Minimum price list suggested by the New England Retail Optical Association" (1915). (12)p.

Holibaugh, H. A., Doctor of Optometry (3x5 call card: "Scientific eye examination without drugs or drops")

Zineman's "Diamanta" Spectacles & Eye-Glasses for sale by Prof. Simon Newman, Practical Oculist; 90 Spencer Avenue; Owego, New York. Agent for the Diamanta. (1 p. 6 x 9 1/2)
664 ABANDONED 06/1968 Cuyahoga Falls
GRAY, CLARENCE E. GRAY, CLARENCE E. One E. B. Meyrowitz (New York, London, Paris) ophthalmometer. Circa 1900. 665 ABANDONED 10/22/1975 Camdenton
GREENSPOON, MORTON K. GREENSPOON, MORTON K. Videotape copy of "How to Fit Scleral Contact Lenses" by Reuben Greenspoon, O.D. one Universal Ophthalmometer

Donated in memory of father, Reuben Greenspoon, O.D.
666 ABANDONED 05/28/1987 Sherman Oaks
GREENSPOON, MORTON K. GREENSPOON, MORTON K. 2 copies of videotape "Lights, Camera, Contact Lenses" 1044 ABANDONED 06/18/1990 Sherman Oaks
GREENSPOON, REUBEN GREENSPOON, REUBEN ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

1 contact lens blueprint designed by Reuben Greenspoon, O.D. datedJune 21, 1937 and 8 pieces of correspondence dating from June 27 to September 22, 1937 regarding the availability of plastic materials to meet the design's specifications,

1 9x12 tan mailing envelope containing the application for a patent for the inventor Or. Reuben Greens poon by his attorneys Harry H. Styll complete with supporting papers and drawings. He was granted a patent (No. 2213467) September 3, 1940 "for an alleged new and useful improvement in means and methods for orthoptic training".

1 legal size tan. folder containing the application, correspondence, drawings and prior patents granted 'bo other individuals related to the patent requested by "Or. Reuben Greens poon on his invention: "Method for Producing Contact Lenses". Included 63 items

1 plan (including photos) for his invention of a. solution bottle warmer.

Greenspoon, Reuben Contact lens fitting simplification. 43 page unpublished manuscript in black three ring binder. Included within the binder are two short unpublished papers: "Condensation of Greenspoon Method of Fitting Contact Lenses" and "Brief Description of the Greenspoon contact and trial Lenses".

Greenspoon, Reuben "Simple Method of Fitting Contact Lenses". A sixteen page unpublished manuscript.

Schafer, E.A. and Symington, J. Quain's Elemets of Anatomy Part II: containing the descriptive anatomy of the peripheral nerves and of the organs of special sense. New York, Longman's, Green and Co., 1909, The inside front cover contains the following hand-written inscription: "Year 1920 - R. Greenspoon, Rochester School of Optometry, Mechanics
Institute, Rochester, H.Y.

Seletz, Emil. Surgery of peripheral nerves. Springfield (111.), Charles C. Thomas, 1951. The front page contains the following handwritten inscription: "To my Dear Friend Doctor Reuben Greenspoon, with kindest personal regards - Emil Seletz (signed) 2,6 March 1952".

Society for the Advancement of Contact Lens Research. Proceedings Contact Lens meeting October 13, 1944 at the Palmer House Chicago, Illinois. N.p., Society for the Advancement of Contact Lens Research, 1945. The inside front cover contains the following handwritten inscription: "To Dr. Charles Caghlan, with sincere good wishes.
Reuben Greenspoon, 12-30-45, Beverly Hills".

Univis Lens Company, Summary report contact .Lens Project. N.p., [Univis, n.d. The foreword of this book states that "this report" is a summary of the manufacturing steps and equipment involved in producing contact lenses which can be fitted from a trial set and stock technique as developed by R. Greenspoon of Beverly Hills, California".

1 16mm film entitled Popular Science. (made in 1935) of Dr. Greenspoon fitting contact lenses. The film is accompanied, by a script.

INSTRUMENTS

1 fabrication unit for making scleral contact lenses. Developed by Dr. Reuben Greenspoon.

9 prescription scleral lenses contained within American Optical packages

1 lens model for use with Dr. Greenspoon"s invention for making scleral contact -lenses. One shell is also found within the same American Optical package.

5 one and one half inch diameter cases -with Zeiss scleral lenses, both stone model and torics.

1 pair- of corneal lenses (trial lenses) made by Dr. Reuben Greenspoon in 1949.

1 pair of corneal contact lenses made by Dr. Greenspoon in 1949 for an actor.

1 Zeiss scleral trial lens before 'transition zone was blended.

1 scleral lens mounted on tool with transition zone blended. Made by Dr. Greenspoon in 1933.

1 one and one half by three and one fourth inches, leather case with one pair of scleral contact lenses and one pair of corneal contact lenses enclosed. Both sets of lenses are of the same prescription and illustrate the difference in sizes between the two.

10 two and one half by four inches, black and white photos of a buff heating solution holder. .Also included in the envelope are 5 negatives of this machine.

21 various sizes, black and white photographs of the insertion and removal of scleral contacts. The pictures attempt to indicate what a good fit looks like. Fluorscein photographs.

6 negatives of the photographs of the insertion and removal of scleral contact lenses.

7 miscellaneous negatives, subject matter is unidentifiable.

3 various sizes, black and white photographs of the fabrication unit which is also included in this donation.

3 trial lens cases with Stimson faceted corneal contact lenses.

1 four and one half by six and one half inches, black leather trial lens case made by Kollmorgen Optical Company. Dr. Greenspoon has indicated the word "cylinder" on the outside. The case contains 15 glass scleral lenses.

1 four and one half by six and one half, black leather trial lens case made by Kollmorgen Optical Company. Dr. Greenspoon has indicated the word "sphere" on the outside. There are 8 plastic scleral lenses in the case while there are 15 slots.

1 four and one half by six inches, brown wooden trial lens case, made by Zeiss. Contains 12 Zeiss scleral lenses with no modifications. Dated 1933 by Dr. R. Greenspoon.

1 four and one half by ten and one half inches, wooden trial lens case. Contains 21 Zeiss plastic scleral contact lenses (3 slots vacant) with Dr. Greenspoon's modifications.

1 six and one half by nine arid one half inches, brown, fuzzy trial lens case containing 25 plastic trial lenses. This is Greenspoon's personal, original, scleral lens trial set. Included in the box is a reprint from the Optometric Weekly Vol. XXXIV, pp. 818-189 (Aug. 28, 1943) of "Simple Method of Fitting Contact Lenses" by Reuben. Greenspoon, O.D.
On the clasp of this case Dr. Greenspoon has written ''Developing trial case".

1 two by five and one half inches, black trial case containing 10 parabolic corneal lenses.

2 Zeiss truncated and channeled scleral lenses dated 1934 Each is in its
own separate case.

1 six and three fourths by ten inches, brown leather trial case with the word "original" marked on the clasp. Contains 16 scleral lenses with applicator. This is Greenspoon's Eye Impression Trial Lens set which marketed. The casa also contains an additional copy of "Simple Method of Fitting Contact Lenses" "by Reuben Greenspoon, Q.D. (Optomeirie Weekly Vol. XXIV PP. 818-819, (A.ug. 19, 1943), and 4 extra lenses in American Optical packages.

1 twelve and one half by twelve and one half inches, black leather trial case. This is Feinbloom's scleral lens trial set which contains 29 glass lenses with plastic carriers (35 empty slots). Included in this case is Feinbloom's patent 2, 178, 873 for "Method of and Means for Making Contact Lenses", Feinbloom's patent 2,196,066 for "Contact Lens" and a book Feinbloom, William Practice of fitting contact Lenses. Minneapolis, Journal of the American Optoinetric Association, 1942. Inside the front cover of this book is a copy of the article "Absence of Drugs in Fitting Contact Lenses." by Dr. William Feinbloom. (Optometric Weekly, February 6, 1941).


Inside the front cover of this book is a copy of the article "Absence
of Drugs in Fitting Contact
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GREENSPOON, REUBEN GREENSPOON, REUBEN American Academy of Optometry. Report of the transactions of the twelfth annual, Meeting of the American Academy of Optometry held at Baltimore, Maryland, December, 1933. Minneapolis, American Journal of Optometry, 1934. The front page of this book: contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of American Optometric Association by Reuben' Greenspoon O.D. April 1971".

Bier, Herman Contact Lens Routine and Practice. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Company, 1953. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971". Included within the book are two letters from the author Norman Bier to Reuben Greenspoon, O.D. These letters are dated December 18, 1946 and December 24, 1948.

Bier, Norman Contact lens routine- and practice. Second edition. London, Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1957. The front page of this book contains two handwritten inscriptions. The first is "To Dr. Reuben Greenspoon - 'Whose pioneering work in the contact lens field are well known, even outside his native America! - Sincerely, Norman Bier 16-12-1957. The second inscription is "Presented to the Library of the American
Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971."

Brown, C. H. Qptlcmn "a manual, Vol II; Chapters 11-14 inclusive, a treatise on the science and practice of optics. Philadelphia, The Keys-cone, The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971"

Dickinson, Frank and Hall, X. G. Clifford Introduction to the prescribing and fitting of contact lenses. London, Hammond, Hammond and Company Ltd., 1946. The front page of' this book contains two handwritten inscriptions. The first is ''To my friend and colleague Reuben Greenspoon - with my best wishes & admiration for his work in the contact lens field, also, with bitter regrets that this was written before we had met, & in consequence
one mention of his achievements has not been included in the text. Clifford. January 1947". The second message is "Presented, to the Library of the American Optometric association by Reuben Greenspoon. O.D. April 1971". Included within, the book are three letters ffcom the author K. Clifford Hall to Reuben Greenspoon, O.D. These letters are dated September 26, 1947, October 17, 1947 and February 23, 1954. Also included, was a carbon of a letter from Reuben Greenspoon to Clifford Hall dated August 19, 1948.

Gould, George M. and Pyle, Walter L. Compend of the Diseases of the eye and
refraction including treatment and surgery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Blakinson and
Son and Co, 1897. The page before the title page has two handwritten inscriptions. The first is S. Wilson Slocum Refracting Optician, 72 w 3th Street, Bayonne, N.J. 1897. The second is "Presented to the Library of the taierican Optometric Association by
Dr. Reuben Greenspoon April 1971."

Henker, Otto Introduction to the theory of spectacles. N. p. , Jena School of Optics, 1924. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971".

Obris;, Theodore B. Contact: Lenses. Philadelphia, Chilton Company, 1942. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971".

Obrig, Theodore E� Kpder n^jojphthalmi c lenses and_optical glass. New York, n.p. , 1935. The front pas;e of this book contains the following message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971.

Stead, Harold J. Ophthalmic lenses and the Rx shop. Geneva (H.Y. ), Shuron Optical Company, 1943. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971".

Treissman, H. and Plaice, E.A. Principles of the Contact Lens. London, Henry Kimpton, 1945 , The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971". On the back of the front cover is the calling card of Norman Bier. A. handwritten note above this card indicates that this book was received from Norman Bier in 1946.

Tschering, M. and Weiland, Carl. Physiological Optics: Dioptrics of the eye, functions of the retina, ocular movements and binocular vision. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greens ooon O.D. April 1971".

Journal of the Optical Society of America. Volume, 36, Number 12 December 1946.
The page of the table of contents contains the following handwritten message, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon O.D. April 1971".

REPRINTS
Bier, Norman ''Contact Lens Experiences in America". In the Optometric Weekly, June 19, 1947, pp. 935-938.

Bier, Norman "Contour Lens". in the Journal of the American Optometric
Association, February 1957, Volume 38, No. 8. Pp. 394-396.

Bier, Norman "Cornea! Lenses - Another Viewpoint". In the Optician, November 10, 1950, pp. 435-436.

Bier, Norman "Practice of Ventilated Contact Lenses". Reprinted from the Optician, December 3, 1948.

Hall, K. Clifford. "Some American Contact Lens Personalities." In the Optometric Weekly. October 17, 1946, pp. 1453-1456.

1 blueprint of a solera! lens [signed R. Greenspoon, 6-21-37]

1 drawing of Greenspoon 's original corneal contact lens submitted to Norman Bier 10-27-48. [.Similar to Tuohy's lens, but, differs in the larger size of the radius and different transitional zones.]
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GREENSPOON, REUBEN GREENSPOON, REUBEN Glasser, Otto, editor-in-chief Medical physics. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, Inc., (c1944). 1744 pages. (The front inside cover contains the following, "Presented to the
Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon, O.D., September 1971", Handwritten.)

Goodman, Louis and Gilman, Alfred The pharmacological basis of therapeutics. New York, The MacMillan Company, (c1941). 1387 pages. (The front inside cover contains the following, "Reuben Greenspoon, Beverly Hills, May 1943. Presented to The Library of American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon, O.D., September 1971", handwritten.)

Huxley, Aldous The art of seeing. New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, c1942. 273 pages. (The front inside cover contains the following, "Presented to the Library of the American Optometric Association by Reuben Greenspoon, O.D., September 1971", Handwritten. The fly sheet contains the following, " 3/27/43 To my friend Dr. R. Greenspoon with regards and thanks, Orson Welles." The half title page contains
the following, " 3/27/43 The inscription is by Orson Welles and reads - To my friend Dr. R. Greenspoon with regards & thanks. This book was given to Orson Welles by
Aldous Huxley who adapted Jane Eyre for the screen. Orson Welles presented it to me during the filming at 20th Century Fox. I made the contact lenses that created the blind
effect caused when Mr. Rochester (Orson Welles) was burnt. Reuben Greenspoon, O.D., 9/8/71.")

FILMS:
A 16mm silent, color film "Fitting of Eye Impression Contact lenses"by Reuben Greenspoon. Pictures by MGM cameraman, George Dalwig. c1947.

MUSEUM ITEMS:
A schematic eye demostrating image focus constructed by Dr. Greenspoon. 1935.

1 Motility Stereoscope. Dr. Greenspoon was the inventor of this instrument. (See Patent #2213467,filed in the AOA Museum, dated September 3, 1940.)

MISCELLANEOUS:
2 printed items concerning Aldous Huxley's The art of seeing, and one concerning the fitting of contact lenses in the film "Jane Eyre" laid in the above mentioned book.
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GREENSTEIN, TOLE N. GREENSTEIN, TOLE N. Advanced Developmental Vision Seminar by Tole N. Greenstein, O.D., Oregon City, Oregon, June 9-11, 1974, Grand Island, NY. (not complete) 890 ABANDONED 1980-1981 Oregon City
GREGG, JAMES GREGG, JAMES Gregg, James R. The life and times of James R. Gregg. Anaheim, CA: the author, 1997. 265p. autographed 1047 ABANDONED 12/12/1997 Anaheim
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. 1 three-ring binder containing approximately 300 pages of mimeographed lecture notes authored by Gordon Walls. Copies of these lecture notes were distributed by Dr. Walls to his class at Los College of Optometry. (1948,1949)

Walls, Gordon L. "A theory of ocular dominance." A.M.A. Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 45, April 1951, pp. 387-412. reprint.
676 ABANDONED 05/21/1973 Fullerton

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. 3 copies: Gregg, James R. The Sportsman's Eye; How to Make Better Use of Your Eyes in the Outdoors. New York: Winchester Press, 1971. 675 ABANDONED 12/30/1980 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. 2 copies The Eye And Sight, by James R. Gregg and Gordon G. Heath. Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1964. (out of print) 674 ABANDONED 11/23/1983 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. 1 copy of the 32-page program from the American Optometric Association 41st. Congress, Richmond, Virginia, week of June 26th, 1938, plus enclosure, "Your Program at a Glance" with map of Richmond, Virginia printed on the reverse side. 673 ABANDONED 01/09/1984 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. audiocassette tapes: 12 tapes Sports Vision '85 West, Nat. Acad. Sports Vision 2 copied tapes, 1980 AOA Cong 6 copied tapes, 1981 AOA Cong 956 ABANDONED 03/10/1987 Anaheim
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. Gregg, James R. Vision and Sports, An Introduction. Boston, Butterworths, C 1987. The book is graciously inscribed to the library staff by the author. 672 ABANDONED 09/01/1987 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY GREGG, JAMES R. 1 box containing articles he has written as well as photocopies he obtained pertaining to the Amer. Academy of Optometry, to help him write the book. 884 ABANDONED 07/14/1988 Anaheim
GUENVEUR, R. L. GUENVEUR, R. L. The Fellows Medical Mfg. Co., Ltd. A few important ophthalmic reminders for the busy practitioner. New York, The Fellows Medical Mfg. Co., Ltd., (c1916). 687 ABANDONED 08/1970 Mount Horeb
GULLOTTI, THOMAS S. GULLOTTI, THOMAS S. 2 textbooks:

Fuchs, Hofrat Ernst. Text-book of Ophthalmology. 7th revised ed,, translated by Alexander Duane. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1923. (997p.)

Reese, H, M. Light: A Textbook for Students Who Have Had One Year of Physics. Revised edition. Columbia, MO: Lucas Brothers, 1924. (297p.)
688 ABANDONED 04/20/1990 Jamestown
GUNNING, JOHN GUNNING, JOHN Audiocassette tapes from Professional Educational Programs

Assistants: Selection, Training, Retraining, and Utilization. (George Elmstrom)

Bitoric Lenses. (William D. Platt)

Cataracts. (Sherman Madere)

Contact Lens Pathology. (George Alan Scott)

Design of an Office Procedure Manual. (Paul Farkas)

Developmental Vision. (J. Baxter Swartwout) 2 tapes.

Diabetes. (Boris R. Boshell) 2 tapes.

Diagnostic Drugs. (Gerald Troy)

Diagnostic Tests for Strabismus and Amblyopia. (Donald J. Getz)

Establishment of a Specialty Practice. (Paul Farkas)

Fitting Flexible Contact Lenses. (Cedric Passmore)

General Pathology Causing Minor Loss of Vision. (Don C. Turnbull)

Glaucoma Detection and Referral. (Ralph Z. Levene)

Griffin Natural ens. (round table discussion)

Headaches. (Jess B. Eskridge)

Hypnosis. (Michael G. Harris)

Little Ideas That Pay Big Dividends. (Irving Bennett)

Ocular Side Effects of Systemic Medications. (Ross Leedy) 2 tapes.

Professional Educational Programs audiocassettes (Cont'd)
Optimum Care of the Contact Lens Patient You Fit. (Thomas F. Brungardt)

Optimum Use of Professional Time // Office Design. (Paul Farkas)

Optometry in the Federal Government. (McCrary, Averill, Lavanty, Christison)

Paraprofessional Personnel. (Robert Koetting)

Pediatric Optometry: Strabismus and Amblyopia. (Marshall V. Mark)

Personality Matching in Group Practice // Advantages of Multi Office Practices. (Robert Koetting)

Progressive Addition Lenses (Irving Bennett) // Dental Lenses (Robert Koetting)

Refractive Changes Having Medical or Pathological Significance. (Donald L. Lewis)

Soft Lenses. (Neal Bailey)

Visual Problems in Dyslexia. (Louis Anapolle)

Also 25 audiocassettes recorded from presentations at the Prevention of Blindness Seminar, School of Optometry, University of Alabama at Birmingham, January 8-12, 1973.

1 audiocassette, Audio Digest series, v.2 #12: Fundus Examination Utilizing the Ophthalmoscope (Jess B. Eskridge, O.D.) taken from the Prevention of Blindness seminar.
689 ABANDONED 02/17/1981 Chillicothe
GUYAN, RICHARD N. GUYAN, RICHARD N. American Optical Company. AO Ophithg.lmic:__!nst rumen ts. Buffalo, NY: American Optical Company, 1967? (spiral bound)

American Optical Company. The AO Space Eikonometer and the measurement and Correction of Aniseikonig. Southbridge, MA: Bureau of Visual Science, American Optical Co., 1961. (54p., spiral bound)

American Optical Company. Elements of Optics. Southbridge, MA: American Optical Co., 1948. 54p.

American Optical Company. Orthoptic Training with the Stereo Orthoptor. Southbridge, MA: American Optical Co., 1933. 74p.

Bausch & Lotnb Optical Company. Ophthalmic Lenses: Their History, Theory, and Application. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb, c.1935, 1952 reprinting. 88p. (also a 2nd copy, 1948 reprinting, both paperbound)

Book of Stereoscopic Technic. 2nd ed. Meadville, PA: Keystone View Company, 1932.

Dvorine, Israel. Dvorine Color Perception Testing Charts. Volume 1. Baltimore, MD: Waverly Press, c1944.

Dvorine, Israel. Dvorine Color Perception Testing Charts. Volume 2. Baltimore, MD : Waverly Press, c1944.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General Practitioners. llth ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1924. 445p. (fair condition)

Maxwell, J. T. Outline of Ocular Refraction. Omaha: Medical Publishing Co., 1937. 395p.

Oatman, Edward L. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. Troy, NY: The Southworth Company, 1913. (1 vol. Text, 303p.,and 2 portfolios of stereograms and diagnostic cards.)

Obrig, Theo. E. Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. New York, 1935. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., Printing Division. 323p.

Ryer, E. LeRoy and Elmer E. Hotaling. Ophthalmometry. publ. by the authors, 1945. 141p.

1 copy Luckiesh, Matthew. This World of Seeing, distributed by American Optometric Association. (6-page reprint from L-ight, Vision and Seeing, published by D. Van Nostrand Co., New York)

The Keystone Stereogram. Bulletin of Research Ophthalmic Division, Keystone View Co.,Meadvilie, PA. 3 issues: v.2 #3-5 (May, Oct, Dec. 1933)

Optometric Extension Program course papers:

Clinical Procedure in Analytical Optometry. 1939-40. Lessons #1-18.
Practice Development for Optometrists. Sept. 1939- Sept. 1941 (6:11-8:11)

Museum:
1 DeZeng-Standard Co. Schematic Eye on 6" stand. Camden, N.J,
690 ABANDONED 06/29/1989 Litchfield
HACKMAN, EDMUND T. JR HACKMAN, EDMUND T. JR Letter dated April 21, 1972, sent from Morton W. Silverman, O.D., to Edmund T. Hackman, M.D., President-elect of the Rhode Island Medical Society. The letter relates to recent litigation and the modification of the Rhode Island Optometry law allowing optometrists to use diagnostic drugs. The writer addresses concerns and encourages good relationships between optometrists and the medical profession. 691 ABANDONED 06/21/2011 Warwick
HALE, JACK R. HALE, JACK R. 4 pair eyeglasses and their cases. 698 ABANDONED 01/17/1967 Sunnyside
HALE, JACK R. HALE, JACK R. BOOKS:

Allen, Edmund T. The a b c of fitting glasses, a manual for the
optician. Chicago, Geo. K. Hazlitt & Co., (c1897) 100 pages.

Cross, Andrew Jay Dynamic skiametry in theory and practice.
New York, A. Jay Cross Optical Company, c1911. 218 pages.

Fuchs, Ernest Text-book of ophthalmology. Tr. A. Duane. New
York, D. Appleton and Company, c1896. 788 pages. 2nd. edition.

Hartridge, Gustavus The refraction of the eye, a manual for students. 14th. edition. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son
& Co., c1907. 273 pages.
697 ABANDONED 12/1969 Sunnyside
HALE, JACK R. HALE, JACK R. PLAQUES AND CERTIFICATES

1 diploma awarded by the Washington School of Qptometry to Clarence W. Young, dated April 18, 1921

1 license granted by the state of Washington to practice optometry to Dr. Clarence W. Young. Dated August 10, 1921. [The number on the license is
3L.]

4 license renewal certificates made out to Dr. Clarence W. Young

1 registration certificate indicating that the holder is allowed to transact business at a specified location. Made out to Dr. Clarence W. Young.
696 ABANDONED 01/29/1971 Sunnyside
HALE, JACK R. HALE, JACK R. 20 color slides taken during the AOA Planning Conference, St. Louis, MO., April 29 - May 5, 1977, and during the tour of AOA headquarters, May 2, 1977. 695 ABANDONED 06/03/1977 Sunnyside
HALE, JACK R. HALE, JACK R. 1 24-page, 6 �" x 8 3/4" booklet, Retinoscopy and Ophthalmoscopy. By G. W. McFatrich, M.D., Masonic Temple, Chicago (Illinois), n.d. 694 ABANDONED 01/03/1984 Sunnyside
HARRELL EYE CLINIC HARRELL, HARRY J. History of the Arkansas Optometric Association, 190? - 1965, written by C.H. Brown. 701 ABANDONED 06/06/1991 Jonesboro
HART, JAMES C. HART, JAMES C. Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: Professional Press, C1949. (431p.)

Cozzens, Charles 0. Today and Tomorow. As Seen Through Spectacles. American Optical Company, 1942. (10p., paperback)

Fridenberg, Percy. The Ophthalmic Patient: A Manual of Therapeutics and Nursing in Eve Disease. New York: Macmillan, c1900. (312p.)

General Motors Corporation. Technical Data Department, Research Laboratories Division. Optics and Wheels: A Story of Lighting from the Primitive Torch to the Sealed Beam Headlamp. Detroit: General Motors Corporation, c1940. (32p., paperback)

Gesell, Arnold, Frances L. Ilg, Glenna E. Bullis. Vision: Its Development in Infant and Child. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, c1949.(329p., in original dust jacket)

Hirsch, Monroe J. and Ralph E. Wick, editors. Vision of the Aging Patient: An Optometric Symposium. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., c1960. (328p., in original dust jacket)

Ilg, Frances L. and Louise Bates Ames. Parents Ask. New York: Harper & Brothers, c1962. (425p.)

Knox, G.W. and V.J. Ellerbrock. Light. Vision and Lenses: An Introductory Text-book of Geometrical. Physiological and Ophthalmic Optics. Columbus, OH: The Scioto Printing Co., 1950. (350p.)

Laurance, Lionel. Visual Optics and Sight Testing. 3rd edition. London: The School of Optics, Ltd., 1926. (502p. fair condition - loose pages, binding broken.)

Levoy, Robert P. The Successful Professional Practice. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, c1970. (193p.)

Macfadden, Bernarr. Strengthening the Eyes: A System of Scientific Eye Training. New York: Macfadden Publications, 1924. (201p.)

Marr, David. Vision : A Computational Investigation into the Human Representation and Processing of Visual Information. San Francisco: H.H. Freeman & Co., c1982. (397p.)

Parkins, George A. The Diagnosis and Elimination of Visual Handicaps Preventing Efficient Reading. Fall River, Mass.: Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, c1941. (142p.)

Tait, Edwin Forbes. Textbook of Refraction. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, c1951. (418p.)
702 ABANDONED 07/15/1994 Ivoryton
HAYS, NORMAN B. HAYS, NORMAN B. Fifth Avenue Stenographic Service Convention of the New York
State Optometric Society, Inc., June 27, 1921, Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel, New York, New York. Verbatim Report.
705 ABANDONED 06/1970 Niagra Falls
HEATHER, JERE HEATHER, W. JEROME Burnett, Harry L. Thesis--Economics in Visual Care. Oberlin, OH, Oberlin College, Department of Economics, 1952. 710 ABANDONED 01/1967 Keaau
HEATHER, W. JEROME HEATHER, W. JEROME 1 thesis 100 ABANDONED 01/1967 Green Valley
HEATHER, W. JEROME HEATHER, W. JEROME Museum Articles
1 wooden box with 95 3^ x 4 glass slides with script; to be used in the presentation of "A Self-Evaluation of Your Own Personality"
711 ABANDONED 03/1969 Green Valley
HEATHER, W. JEROME HEATHER, W. JEROME I set of AO blocks with explanatory book 195 ABANDONED 06/1971 Green Valley
HEATHER, W. JEROME HEATHER, W. JEROME MUSEUM ARTICLES
American Optical Company. Economics in visual eye care. N.p.,
American Optical Company, 1943. This book is encased in a green folder which has the following information hand-printed on the front. "Created by American Optical Company and presented to the ophthalmic profession in 1943, including optometry, ophthalmology and opticianry. From 1942 thru 1959, annually in pre-graduation lectures, sThe Block Story1 - economics - was expounded by Dr. 'Jere' Heather before each of the 14 schools of optometry in U.S.A. & Canada. Please do not remove book pages - irreplaceab1e. See, also, set of blocks - illustrative."

1 set of colored blocks to accompany the above mentioned book.
With its own black leather case. On the top of the box there is the following hand-printed message: " 'Economics in Visual
Eye Care. Created by American Optical - copyright 1943 - 'The Block Story' - See, also, explanatory book."
708 ABANDONED 06/1971 Green Valley
HEINSEN, ARTHUR C. JR HEINSEN, ARTHUR C. JR Visual Training Syllabus for the Course:
Visual Science As Applied to Law Enforcement. (The California State Program for Peace Officers' Training. Sacramento: California State Department of Education) Ralph E. Schrock, Arthur C. Heinsen, Jr., Homer H. Hendrickson, James Gregg. Meadville, PA: Keystone View Company, 1967. (257p.)
715 ABANDONED 09/11/1984 San Jose
HENDRICKSON, HOMER HENDRICKSON, HOMER One 19 1/2 x. 10 l/4 black and white photograph taken at the American Optometric Association Conference of State Presidents, Detroit, Michigan, October 25, 1942. 719 ABANDONED 07/15/1976 Temple City
HENDRICKSON, HOMER HENDRICKSON, HOMER 1 book: Manas, Leo. El Analisis Visual. Brussels, Societe D'Optometrie D'Europe. (Spanish edition of Visual Analysis, 3d ed., 1965, by Leo Manas. Translated by Francicso Lopez Taboada.) 718 ABANDONED 06/1979 Temple City
HENDRICKSON, HOMER HENDRICKSON, HOMER 1 book: Margach, Charles B. Vad a'r Skeffington - PEP Optometrist Duncan, Oklahoma, Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1979 Cin Swedish, Gustav Carlsson, translator3 717 ABANDONED 08/14/1979 Temple City
NATIONAL OPTOMETRY HALL OF FAME HILL, RICHARD M. the medal of one of our National Optometry Hall of Fame Honorees for the year 2001 : Dr. A.J. Cross. 623 ABANDONED 11/30/2001 Worthington
HINKLE, NORMAN HINKLE, NORMAN one case containing a "childrens" trial lens set", circa 1922-23. 957 ABANDONED 12/08/1986 Owasso
HINSON, REX W. HINSON, REX W. Gessel, Arnold, Frances, L. Ilg., Louise B. Ames. Youth the Years: From Ten to Sixteen. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1956.

Schubert, Delwyn G. The Doctor Eyes the Poor Reader. Springfield, IL. Charles C. Thomas, 1957.

Zoethout, W.D. Laboratory Experiments in Physiology. 2nd ed. St. Louis, MO: C.V. Mosby, 1934

Zoethout, W.D. Physiological Optics. 2nd ed. Chicago, IL; Professional Press, 1935.
724 ABANDONED 07/1997 Marshalltown
HOEFERT, KARL O. HOEFERT, KARL O. Lewis, James J. Pocket ophthalmic dictionary including pronunciation, derivation and definition of the words used .in optometry And ophthalmology; together with a complete description of the light wave theory, anatomy of the eye, functions, blood and nerve supply of the different parts, retinoscope, ophthalmosc ope , trial case and how to use them. Rules, transposition, toric and other lenses. State board questions, oth edition. N.p. , J. J. Lewis, 1916. The front page of this book contains two handwritten signatures which read "Edwin 8. Banister 192-5" and "Karl 0. Hoefert 0. D. 1949

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the eye for students and
general practitioners. New York. William Wood and Company, 1914. The inside front cover has the handwritten signature "K. Davis 1917".The front page signature is "Karl Hoefert, O.D. L.A.C.O. 1947."
733 ABANDONED 09/22/1970 Casa Grande
HOEFERT, KARL O. HOEFERT, KARL O. Croskey, John Welsh. Dictionary of Ophthalmic Terms. 2nd ed. New York: Frederick Boger Pub. Co., 1907(76p., fair condition)

DeSchweinitz, G. E. Diseases of the Eye. A Handbook of Ophthalmic Practice, for Students and Practitioners. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders, 1899. (696p.)

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, a Manual for Students. 13th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakinston's Son&Co., 1905. (271p.)

1 Genothalmic Refractor. General Optical Company, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Cat. no. 3824, Ser. no. 4386
731 ABANDONED 09/19/1989 Casa Grande
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 1 book 102 ABANDONED 06/1968 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Carl Zeiss Oberkochen/Wuertt. Ocular sketches; excerpts from world classics with illustrations by Johannes Boehland. 1962
Special Booklovers' Edition by Carl Zeiss Oberkochen/Wuertt.
739 ABANDONED 06/1968 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W The Medical Record, Vol. hh9 1893 bound volume 866 ABANDONED 05/09/1978 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 2+ framed pictures & other boxed items 923 ABANDONED 09/30/1982 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 3 oral histories preformed by students in a history course

Ava?
Herb Mote
Oscar Bears
1010 ABANDONED 03/01/1983 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 2 packages, 1 containing collected monographs, and the other containing personal papers of Ingerborg Schmidt, M.D.

Box of miscellaneous stuff.
980 ABANDONED 08/02/1984 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Apollo Award, presented to Dr. Hofstetter by American Optometric Association "In recognition of distinguished service to the visual welfare of mankind" 1973

Cast iron plaque : I.O.O.L., 1989 Luxembourg. Federation Des Patrons -Opticans

Hinged plaque with photograph of Dr. Hofstetter - Indiana Public Health Foundation, October 10, 1996

Distinguished Service Award, presented to Dr. Hofstetter "for unusually significant contributions to the profession of optometry, by the American Optometric Association" 1991 [9 1/2"xl2"x3 1/4" wooden encasement]

Wood plaque with two engraved medallions. "Centennial Achievement Award" presented to Dr. Hofstetter by Ohio State University, Dec. 18, 1970

Unframed certificate from Optometric Extension Program Foundation, in appreciation for the article "As I Remember Skeff" published in the Journal of Behavioral Optometry, vol. 8, 1997

"Hank Hofstetter" ornately carved wood name block [approx. 14"] Photo album. Photos taken during 1995-97 in connection with the construction and dedication of the optometry building, University of Medical Sciences campus in Poznan, Poland. Presented to Dr. Hofstetter by Prof. Boleslaw Kedzia.

Honorary membership plaque [brass on wood] presented to Dr. Hofstetter March 20, 1989 by Japan Optometric Association

Plaque: American Public Health Association. Vision Care Section. Distinguished Service Award, presented to Dr. Hofstetter Oct. 1, 1986

Plaque: International Federation of Asian and Pacific Associations of Optometrists. Presented to Dr. Hofstetter, Inaugural lecturer, on the occasion of the K.B. Woo Memorial Lecture... 9th Asian-Pacific Optometric Congress, Hong Kong, 1993

Plaque: Optometrist of the Year - International Optometric & Optical League, Washington DC, June 1990 "In recognition for exceptional dedication and service to optometry around the world"

Plaque: Meritorious Service Award - Indiana Optometric Association. Presented to Dr. Hofstetter April, 1989

Plaque presented to Dr. Hofstetter April 1, 1991, Bali Indonesia, by the International Federation of Asian & Pacific Associations of Optometrists, "in tribute to his meritorious service as an international leader in optometry..."

Plaque: Armed Forces Optometric Society - presented to Henry W Hofstetter "for distinguished service and outstanding contributions to the visual welfare of uniform service personnel" [undated]

Plaque: Lifetime Achievement Award - presented by the Indiana Optometric Association, David M. Wilson, O.D., President, May 1996

Plaque: Award for Distinguished Service to Optometry, presented to Dr. Hofstetter in appreciation for many services rendered to the profession of optometry. Indiana Optometric Association, April 1983, Steven L.
Seward, President

Miscellaneous medallions, pins, charms, bracelets, badges, key rings, tie bars, etc., with logos of AOA, Ohio State Univ., various optometric schools and organizations.
Carved wood sculpture of optometrist and patient in office, with examination instruments. [Has movable parts.] By Dr. Jose Diaz, Puerto Rico optometrist.

Carved wood sculpture of standing optometrist with eye chart. On bottom of base is the inscription: "Hank and Jane Hofstetter... with respect... Bill - Lorena - Stan - Gladys. Waterloo, November '80" Carved by Stan Riome, Clinic Director, given by Dr. Bill Lyle and Dr. Riome.

Miscellaneous membership cards from optometric, educational, fraternal, and service organizations with which Dr. Hofstetter was affiliated.

Many unframed certificates, awards, diplomas, etc. from various organizations, meetings, schools, etc. related to Dr. Hofstetter's professional career.
736 ABANDONED 01/20/1998 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Correspondence from Darrell Carter, O.D., VP, NBEO to Henry Hofstetter, IU, March 30, 1961 original correspondence regarding student participation in the NBO exams.

Correspondence. Letter to Henry Hofstetter at IU January 3, 1975 from Ashley King, ED NBEO introducing the quarterly newsletter and asking for the year in which each of the 39 states on the attachment recognized the National Boards. Also attached is the 1975 Filing Instructions and Forms (blank). January 9, 1975 response from Hofstetter.
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DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W
Framed picture of the 1958 AOA Congress
1196 ABANDONED   Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Offprint of an article by Arthur B. Evans "Optograms
and Fiction: Photo in a Dead Man's Eye." Filed
519.3 Evans, Arthur B
737 ABANDONED 08;10/1993 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Personal Papers 892 ABANDONED 1980-1981 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W Packet containing archival records of the Indiana State Optometry Board.
Archival materials : ICO, Needles Institute, Monroe College.
941 ABANDONED 20/06/1984 Bloomington
DIVISION OF OPTOMETRY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY HOFSTETTER, HENRY W OUR EYES IN HEALTH AND DISEASE - SPECTACLES, THEIR USE AND ABUSE is the title of a yellowed and brittle booklet, 17 X 10.7 mm, 20 pages plus paper cover, copyrighted January 21, 1889, and sent to me by D.G. Hummel, O.D., 7029 Royalton Road, Royalton,.Ohio, 44133, 738 ABANDONED N/A Bloomington
HOFSTETTER, HENRY W HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 1 box of archival material.
Goldschmidt, Ernst On the Etiology of Myopia, an epidemiological study. C1968.
1 box of archival material
997 ABANDONED 09/13/1985 Bloomington
HOFSTETTER, HENRY W HOFSTETTER, HENRY W History of Eye-glasses in Korea: An Overview.
Archival Material
958 ABANDONED 06/23/1986 Bloomington
HOFSTETTER, HENRY W HOFSTETTER, HENRY W 1 box of "keep or pitch."
Personal papers - given to Maria
913 ABANDONED 03/29/1988 Bloomington
HOFSTETTER, HENRY W HOFSTETTER, HENRY W American Academy of Optometry Records:

General Program, AAO Annual Meeting, 1987, Denver, CO (1 of 2 copies see 1158)


[410.01 AAO--KH 5/3/2018]
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HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. 13 Alumni Bulletin. Pennsylvania State College of Optometry
3 The Alumnus (Northern Illinois College of Optometry)
2 American Journal of Ophthalmology
12 America Journal of Optometry
198 American Journal of Optometry & Archives of American Academy of Optometry
1 Annals of the Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry
1 AOA Messenger
4 AOA News
2 Archives of Ophthalmology
7 Arquivos Brasileiros De Ofthalmologia
3 British Journal of Ophthalmology
1 British Orthoptic Journal
1 Bulletin. Woman's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Association
2 Dioptric Review & The British Journal of Physiological Optics
2 ICO Alumni Newsletter
231 Journal of the American Optometric Association
1 The Ocularum
4 O.E.P. News
9 Optical Journal and Review of Optometry
52 Optometric Extension Program Papers
420 Optometric Weekly
5 Optometric World
2 The Refractionist
1 Talking Books Topics

STATE & REGIONAL OPTOMETRIC JOURNALS

1 California Optometric Association. Journal
4 Idaho Optometrist
12 Illinois Optometric Association. Journal
2 Iowa Optometrist
2 Kentucky Optometrist
32 Michigan Optometrist
5 Nebraska Optometric Association. Journal
1 New Jersey Journal of Optome try
2 North Carolina Optometrist
7 Pennsylvania Optometrist
38 Southern Journal of Optometry
1 Texas Optometrist
22 Wisconsin Optometrist

ARCHIVAL MATERIALS
38 Pieces miscellaneous pamphlets, bulletins, papers
60 Monographs, reports, articles & reprints
746 ABANDONED 10/08/1973 Minneapolis

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. Visual Digest, spring 1948.

ADDENDA: (Received Nov. 13, 1973)
North Central Optometric Educational Congress. Minneapolis,
Minnesota, September 29-October 1, 1946. 138 pages.

ADDENDA: (Received Dec. 11, 1973)
Duplicate copy of North Central Optometric Educational Congress
Minniapolis, Minnesota, September 29-October 1, 1946.
138 pages.

ADDENDA: (Received February 1, 1974)
Additional copy of North Central Optometric Educational Congress. Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 29-October 1, 1946.
138 pages.

ADDENDA: (Received April 13, 1976)
Three copies of North Central Optometric Educational Congress.
Minneapolis Minnesota September 29 - October 1, 1946. 138 pages,
745 ABANDONED 10/18/1973 Minneapolis
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. BARSTOW'S BULLETIN FOR OPTOMETRISTS
Volume 24, No. 3, 7-9, 11, 13-14, 16, 22-23 1954/55
Volume 25, No. 1-9, 11-14, 20-24 1955/56
Volume 26, No. 3-4, 6, 8-11, 16, 18 1956/57
Volume 27, No. 3-5, 7, 11, 14-16, 18-24 1957/58
Volume 28, No. 1-4, 6-8, 11-16, 19-22, 24 1958/59
Volume 29, No. 2, 4-6, 8, 10, 12, 14-15, 17-18, 21-24 1959/60
Volume 30, No. 2, 4-9, 12, 16, 19-21, 24 1960/61
Volume 31, No. 1, 3-4, 7-8, 10-11, 22 1961/62
Volume 32, No. 3, 15 1962

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Volume 27 no.6
Volume 28 no.2, 12
January, 1956
September 1956, July 1957

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY
Volume 46 no. 11 March 17, 1955
Volume 47 no. 34, 44, 52 August 23, November 1, December 27, 1956
Volume 48 no. 5, 6 January 31, February 7, 1957
744 ABANDONED 02/28/1975 Minneapolis
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. THE BULLETIN. WOMAN'S AUXILIARY TO THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Vol. 9, no. 3,4 March, June 1946
Vol. 10, no. 5 December, 1947

VISUAL DIGEST
Vol. 12, no.2 Fall, 1947
Vol. 12, no.4 Spring, 1948
Vol. 13, no.3 Winter, 1948

MID-WEST OPTOMETRIC JOURNAL
Vol. 14 no.2 December, 1946

BARSTOW'S BULLETIN FOR OPTOMETRISTS
v. 28: 17, 23, 1959
v. 27: 13, 1958
v. 26: 1, 17, 1956, 1957
v. 25: 16, 17, 18, 19, 1956
v. 24: 2, 18, 1954, 1955
v. 23: 1-9, 11-13, 18, 21-22, 1953-1954
v. 22: 1-4, 6, 8-9, 11, 13, 15-17, 19, 21-22, 24, 1952-1953
v. 21: 1, 5-14, 16, 18-24, 1951-1952
v. 20: 2, 4, 6-10, 15, 22-23, 1950-1951
v. 19: 2, 13-15, 22, 1949-1950
v. 18: 24, 1949
v. 17: 5, 8, 1947, 1948
v. 16: 23, 1947
743 ABANDONED 03/18/1975 Minneapolis
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists, Vol. 131, no.9, January 15, 1952.

Bass, Cyrus, Report to the Optometric Profession by Cyrus Bass, O.D., Principal Plaintiff in Relation to Dr. Cyrus Bass, et al., vs. The American Medical Association, et al. Civil Action No. 64 C 1279 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division. (Detailed report of the above titled litigation.)

Fink, Walter H., Squints in Children. Reprinted from GP, 4:3, September 1951, Fink, Walter H., The Vertical Component in Strabismus. Reprinted from A.M.A. Archives of Ophthalmology, 47:292-304, March 1952.

Keystone Eye Comfort Training. Meadville, Pennsylvania, Keystone View Co.,
1937.

Mid-West Optometric Journal, Vol. 19, no.12, October 1952.

Nichols, A. Sutton, Lecture Course in Vision Training Procedures. 1945.

Nichols, A. Sutton, Primary Procedures in Vision Training and The Pointer Method of Vision Training with the "AN" Series. Meadville, Pennsylvania, Keystone View Company, 1946.

Recognition of Glaucoma. Saint Paul, Minnesota, Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Blindness.

Renshaw, Samuel, The Operation and Use of the Stereo-Disparator. Columbus, Ohio, published by the author.

Wolfe, Otis R., The Glaucoma Problem. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Optometric Association, Vol. 22, no.4, November 1950.

Brown, C. Henry, State Board Examinations; Questions and Answers. Philadelphia: The Keystone Publishing Co., 1919.

Serve and Succeed in the Practice of Optometry. Minneapolis: The American Optometric Association, 1945.

Speaking Up for Optometry. Pittsburgh: The American Optometric Association, 1952
742 ABANDONED 05/28/1975 Minneapolis
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. Root, F. M. Here's Hov! to build and control a professional optometric practice. Cedar Falls, Iowa, Woolverton Printing Company, January 1947. 59 pages. The front page of this book contains the following handwritten message, "To Lome E. Holmes. May you find a real satisfaction in following the ideas and principles set forth in this little volume. Sincerely, F. M.
Root."
741 ABANDONED 09/10/1975 Minneapolis
HOLMES, LORNE E. HOLMES, LORNE E. BARSTOW'S BULLETIN FOR OPTOMETRISTS
volume 18, no. 17 May 15, 1949
19 no. 8, Jan, 1, 1950
30 no. 3, Oct, 15, 1960
31 no. 23, Aug, 15, 1962
32 no. 2, Oct, 1, 1962

Woodruff, M. Emerson. A Statement Relating to the Effective Utilization of Optometry and Optometric Services in Fulfillment of the Aims and Objectives of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. St. Louis, American Optometric Association, 1964.
740 ABANDONED 11/08/1976 Minneapolis
HOPPING, RICHARD L. HOPPING, RICHARD L. Card reads "Donated by Dr. Hopping 6/9/1973" Note found with record of the Leland Refractor indicates that this card corresponds to the donation of a Leland Refractor. 1095 ABANDONED 06/09/1973 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. American Optical Company The improved Wellsworth DeZeng Phoroptor and its use in ocular refraction. Southbridge, Massachusetts, American Optical Company, (c1928). (This book contains the handwritten signature of "Geo.
H. Leland".)

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-refractive cyclopedia and dictionary.
Chicago, The Professional Press, Inc., (c1934). 2nd. edition, revised and enlarged. 384 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature of "Geo H. Leland".)

Brown, C. H. Clinics in optometry. Philadelphia, The Keystone
Publishing Co., c1907. 262 pages.

Duke-Elder, Sir Stewart The practice of refraction. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., Inc., c1935. 383 pages.

Henderson, Olive Grace and Rowell, Hugh Grant Good eyes for life. New York, D. Appleton-Century Co., c1933. 202 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature " Geo. H. Leland".)

Laurance, Lionel Visual optics and sight testing. London, The School of Optics, Limited, c1926. 502 pages.

MacFadden, Bernarr Strengthening the eyes. New York, MacFadden Book Company, Inc., c1930. 201 pages. (The book contains
the handwritten signature "Geo H. Leland".)

Price, C. S. The improvement of sight by natural methods. Cleveland, Ohio, The Sherwood Press, c1936. 232 pages.

Thorington, James Refraction of the human eye and methods of estimating the refraction. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's
Son & Co., Inc., (c1930). 406 pages.
751 ABANDONED 07/22/1970 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. Baker, W. Morrant and Harris, Vincent Dormer Kirkes' handbook of physiology. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston, Son & Co., c1894. 884 pages. (The front page of this book contains the following, "John C. Eberhardt, New York City, N.Y., Jan. 16th, 1902", handwritten.

Ball, James Moores Modern ophthalmology. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Company, c1904. 820 pages. (The title page of this book contains the stamped signiture of John C. Eberhardt, and the hand written date Sept. 10, 1904)

Browne, Edgar A. How to use the ophthalmoscope. Philadelphia, Henry C. Lea., c1877. 120 pages.

Burnett, Swan M. The principles of refraction in the human eye based on the laws of conjugate foci. Philadelphia, The Keystone, c1904. 67 pages.

Erbes, Philip Cranio-muscular origins of brain and mind. Chicago, Promethean Publisher, (c1904). 240 pages.

Fox, L. Webster Diseases of the eye. New York, D. Appleton and Company, c!904. 584 pages.

Hazen, E. H. New findings in ophthalmology and otology. Des
Moines, Iowa, Geo. A. Miller Printing Co., (c1903). 89 pages.

Hirt, Ludwig The diseases of the nervous system. New York, D. Appleton and Company, c1893. 683 pages. (The title page of this book contains the following handwritten message "John C. Eberhardt, Dayton, Ohio, N.Y., Jan. 3rd. 1902".)

Jackson, Edward Skiascopy and its practical application to the study of refraction. 2nd edition. Philadelphia, The Edwards & Docker Co., c1896. 108 pages. (The title page of this book contains the following handwritten message "John C. Eberhardt, Aug. 10th, 1898".)

Landolt, E. Examination of the eye. (no publisher or date) (This book contains the following handwritten message "John C. Eberhardt, Nov. 16th 1889".)

Lewis, James J. Pocket ophthalmic dictionary. 4th edition. C1908, 1910, 1913. (The cover of this book has the name John C. Eberhardt stamped in gold.)

Lockwood, R. M. The principles of Optometry. New York, Frederick Boger Pub. Co., (c1903). 144 pages.

Loring, Edward G. Text-book of ophthalmoscopy. New York, D. Appleton and Company, c1886. 274 pages.

Nettleship, Edward Diseases of the eye. 4th American from the 5th English edition. Philadelphia, Lea Brothers & Co.,
C1890. 508 pages.

Norris, William F. and Oliver, Charles A. Text-book of ophthalmology. Philadelphia, Lea Brothers & Co., c1893. 641 pages. (This book contains the following hand written information "John C. Eberhardt, 7/22/1899, Chicago, 111. With my best regards,1 Signature unknown,"7/22/99" .)

Ohlemann, F. W. Ocular therapeutics for physicians and students.
Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., c1899. 274 pages.

Piersol, George A. Text-book of normal histology. 4th edition.
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, c1896. 439 pages.

Posey, Wm. Campbell and Spiller, William G. The eye and nervous system. Philadelphia, J. B. Leppincott Company, (c1906).

(This book contains the following hand written information on the title page "John C. Eberhardt, June 26th 1906".)

Prentice, Charles F. Ophthalmic lenses. Philadelphia, The
Keystone, c1900. 192 pages. (This book contains the following hand written information on the title page "John C. Eberhardt, Jan. 16th 1902".)

Rogers, George A. Skiascopy. 2nd edition. Philadelphia, The
Keystone, c1903. 219 pages.

Savage, G. C. New truths in ophthalmology. Published by the author. Printed at the Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South, Nashville, Tenn., c1893. 152 pages.

Swanzy, Henry R. A handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment. 6th edition. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston,
Son & Co., c1897. 629 pages.

Thorington, James Retinoscopy. 3rd. edition, revised and enlarged. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., c1899. 86 pages. (This book contains the following hand written information on the second page "John C. Eberhardt,
Sep. 10th 1900".)

Woll, Frederic A. Technique of eye dissections. New York,
Frederic A. Woll, c1914. 131 pages. (This book contains the following hand written information: A sentence in German, signed "The author to John C. Eberhardt".)

Wright, John W. A text book of ophthalmology. 2nd edition, revised. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., C1900. 378 pages.
752 ABANDONED 07/22/1970 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. 3 pairs of antique eyeglasses 196 ABANDONED 06/1971 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. EYEGLASSES
1 pair round with tortoise shell frames in a soft case
1 pair octagonal shape with geld wire frames in its own ease
1 pair round with a bronzed color metal around the lenses and nosepiece, but having geld wire temples. In its own case.
750 ABANDONED 06/1971 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. Looking Backward -- Looking Forward 1904-1979. Southern California College of Optometry. Fullerton, California, 1979. 749 ABANDONED 01/18/1980 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. 1 box of personal papers 893 ABANDONED 08/06/1980 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. 1 copy of Generations, Vol. 4, #1, June 1983, published by the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, which contains an article "Optometry" written by Dr. Israel Dvorine.

1 letter dated August 30, 1983, from Dr. Dvorine to Dr. Hopping.
748 ABANDONED 10/31/1983 Fullerton
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY HOPPING, RICHARD L. Gregg, James R. Origin aid Development of the Southern California College of optometry, 1904--1984. Fullerton, CA: Southern California College of Optometry, 1984. 747 ABANDONED 12/05/1984 Fullerton
HORLEY, DONALD W. HORLEY, DONALD W. Shur-On Standard Optical Company. Genothalmic visual test apparaatus. Geneva (N.Y.), Shur-On Standard Optical Company, 1926.The front cover contains some illegible writing. 754 ABANDONED 11/1970 Arlington
HUBER, JACK A. HUBER, JACK A. A Paper Concerning and Proposing a College of Optometry at The University of Saskatchewan, Part I & II. [C 1944]. 62 pages, softbound. 755 ABANDONED 08/16/1977 Regina, Saskatchewan
HUBLER, RICHARD S. HUBLER, RICHARD S. 2 issues of the SCCO yearbook "Reflex." (1973, 1977) 756 ABANDONED 12/01/1992 Porterville
HUDDLESTON, JAY HUDDLESTON, JAY 5 pair of antique eyeglasses.
2 pair of antique eyeglasses & cardboard box with plastic cover containing "Ortho-Fusor...Modern visual training."B&L, c1941 spiral bound booklet glasses.
914 ABANDONED 11/23/1987 Anacortes
HUMMEL, DAN G. HUMMEL, DAN G. 2 pair of double lens frames, similar to those worn by President Jackson as described in the January (1985?) issue of NOHS. 760 ABANDONED 02/20/1985 North Royalton
HUMMEL, DAN G. HUMMEL, DAN G. Framed print, 20"x24V THE SPECTACLE PEDDLER: BEFORE EYECARE BECAME A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE.

One of the American Optical Company series, ca 1940s. Excellent condition.

1 book, The Patient. Bausch & Lomb Press, 1950? (collection of humorous baby photos with "optical" captions)
758 ABANDONED 04/17/1985 North Royalton
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Bannon, Robert E. Clinical Manual on Aniseikonia. Buffalo, NY: American Optical Instrument Division, 1954.

Brumberg, J. Benjamin. The Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope for Optometrists, South Bend, IN: Berne! 1 Corporation, February 1976

Fair, Ron G., ed. Selected Proceedures from the Symposium on Ocular and Systemic
Disorders. St. Louis, MO AOA, 1978.

Getman, G.N. Techniques and Diagnostic Criteria for the 'Optometric Care of Children's Vision. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program, 1959.

Mazow, Bernard. Synopsis of Cornea! Contact Lens Fitting for Optometrists. Minneapolis, MM: Burgess Publishing Co. 1962

McQuarrie, Charles William and Charles Warren McQuarrie. Optometric Care Forms and Optometric Care Template. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, December 1974.

McQuarrie, Charles William and Charles Warren McQuarrie. A Parent's Manual Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, ' Inc . 1975.

Schaffel , Adrienne. Vision Training-A New Development Concept in Child Vision. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1968.

Shlaifer, Arthur. Synopsis of Glaucoma for Optometrists. Minneapolis, MN: Burgess Publishing Co. 1959.

Visual Fields, a series of papers released by OEP to its membership 1940-1943. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program, I948.

Ryan, Patrick J. The Cambrian Report. California State Department of Education, 1973.

Mauck, Jay et al. A Computer Analysis of the Patients Seen at the Forest Grove Optometric Clinic in 1973. A Thesis presented to the faculty of the College of Optometry, Pacific University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Optometry, May 1974.

American Optometric Association Council on Clinical Optometric Care. Training Institute Proceedings. New York, New York , April 1972. St. Louis, MO: AOA, 1973.

State Board of Examiners in Optometry. The Law Relating to the Practice of Optometry and List of Registered [Optometrists in the State of Oregon; Rules of State Board of Examiners in Optometry], 1956.

Journal reprint:

Peters, Henry B., et al. The Orinda Vision Study. American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, September 1959.

American Optometric Association. 75th Anniversary - Open House. St. Louis, MO: AOA, June 1972.

Souvenir Program from AOA-CAO International Congress, July 3-9, 1977.

AOA Congress Programs (four), 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1975

AOA 74th Annual Report, June 1971

AOA Annual Report, 1971-1972

Fifteen programs from the Northwest Congress of Optometry, Portland, OR, 1960-1974.

1970 Group Health Insurance Program, Honolulu, HI, May 24-28, 1970.

TOTAL; 39 items
772 ABANDONED 12/29/1986 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Arneson, T. J. The New Optometry, A New Technique for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscular Imbalances. Minneapolis: The Arneson Clinic, c1932. (189p.)

Atkinson, Thomas G. Gculo-Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1944. (388p.)

The Blue Book of Optometrists 1984. A Directory of Optometrists of the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. 37th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, c1983. (698p.)

Brown, Earl J. The Embryology, Anatomy and Histology of the Eye Zoethout, William D. The Physiology of Vision. Chicago: Hazlitt & Walker, 1906, c1905. 240p.

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 2nd ed., edited by George. Milkie and Stephen Miller. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1975. (115p., paper)

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 3rd ed., edited by Robert E. Day, Stephen Miller, Roger Wilson. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1980. (127p., paperback)

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. 1st edition. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1977. (33p., paperback)

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. 2nd edition. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1981. (28p., paperback)

Dubois, Paul. The Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders. (The Psychoneuroses and Their Moral Treatment) Translated and edited by Smith Ely Jelliffe and William A. White. 6th rev. ed. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1909. (466p.)

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, A Manual for Students. 14th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son &Co., 1907. (273p.)

Hazen, E. H. New Findings in Ophthalmology & Otology. A Monograph, with a Description of Two New Instruments. 2nd ed. Des Moines: the author, 1911. (238p.)

Hirschfeld, Ludovic. A Concise Description of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye and its Appendages. Accompanying the Plates of That Organ, drawn and colored from nature by J.B. Leveille of Paris. Chicago: F.A. Hardy & Co., 1891. (16p. +
6 plates, paperback. Back cover missing, fragile front cover torn)

Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary, Including Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition of the Words Used in Optometry and Ophthalmology. 4th ed. J. J. Lewis, c1913. (286p. Stamped in gold on front cover: The Washington School of Optometry, Inc., Talbot System, Spokane, Wash.)

Lockwood, R. M. Transpositions, A Practical Treatise for Optometrists and Opticians, New York: Optical Publishing Co., c191? (32p., paperback

Norris, William F. and Charles A. Oliver, editors. System of Diseases of the Eye. By American, British, Dutch, French, German and Spanish Authors. Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1900, c1899. (4 volumes)

Physicians' Desk Reference for Ophthalmology 1975/6. Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics Co., c1975. (274p.)

Talbot, C.W. Diseases of the Eye and How Recognized. New York: Frederick Boger Publishing Co., c1910. (Imprint covered throughout book by labels that read The Optical Publishing Co., New York) (68p.)

Thorington, James. Refraction and How to Refract. 5th rev. ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1913, c1910. (324p.)
771 ABANDONED 11/03/1989 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Arneson, T. J. The New Optometry, A New Technique for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscular Imbalances. Minneapolis: The Arneson Clinic, c1932. (189p.)

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1944. (388p.)

The Blue Book of Optometrists 1984. A Directory of Optometrists of the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. 37th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, c1983. (698p.)

Brown, Earl J. The Embryology, Anatomy and Histology of the Eye Zoethout, William D. The Physiology of Vision. Chicago: Hazlitt & Walker, 1906, c1905. 240p.

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 2nd ed., edited by George Milkie and Stephen Miller. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1975. (115p., paper)

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 3rd ed., edited by Robert E. Day, Stephen Miller, Roger Wilson. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1980.(127p., paperback)

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. 1st edition. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1977. (33p., paperback)

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. 2nd edition. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1981. (28p., paperback)

Dubois, Paul. The Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders. (The Psychoneuroses and Their Moral Treatment) Translated and edited by Smith Ely Jelliffe and William A. White. 6th rev. ed. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1909. (466p.)

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, A Manual for Students. 14th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son &Co., 1907. (273p.)

Hazen, E. H. New Findings in Ophthalmology & Otology. A Monograph, with a Description of Two New Instruments. 2nd ed. Des Moines: the author, 1911. (238p.)

Hirschfeld, Ludovic. A Concise Description of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye and its Appendages. Accompanying the Plates of That Organ, drawn and colored from nature by J.B. Leveille of Paris. Chicago: F.A. Hardy &Co., 1891. (16p. 6 plates, paperback. Back cover missing, fragile front cover torn)
Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary, Including Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition of the Words Used in Optometry and Ophthalmology. 4th ed. J. J. Lewis, c1913. (286p. Stamped in gold on front cover: The Washington School of Optometry, Inc., Talbot System, Spokane, Wash.)

Lockwood, R. M. Transpositions, A Practical Treatise for Optometrists and Opticians, New York: Optical Publishing Co., c191? (32p., paperback)

Norris, William F. and Charles A. Oliver, editors. System of Diseases of the Eye. By American, British, Dutch, French, German and Spanish Authors. Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1900, c1899. (4 volumes)

Physicians' Desk Reference for Ophthalmology 1975/6. Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics Co., c1975. (274p.)

Talbot, C.W. Diseases of the Eye and How Recognized. New York: Frederick Boger Publishing Co., c1910. (Imprint covered throughout book by labels that read The Optical Publishing Co., New York) (68p.)

Thorington, James. Refraction and How to Refract. 5th rev. ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son &Co., 1913, c1910. (324p.)
778 ABANDONED 11/03/1989 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Five Years of Optical Developments. (Third Compilation) May 1946 to April 1951 Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1951.

Bronson, L.D. Early American Specs : An Exciting Collectible. Glendale, CA: The Occidental Publishing Co., 1974. 189 p.

Waters, E.H. Ophthalmic Mechanics. (Volumes I and II) Corpus Christi, TX: the author, 1955. [323p., 111p.]

Holmes, Clark, Harry Jolliffe, James Gregg, Ian S. Cameron, Robert Blyth. Guide to Occupational and Other Visual Needs. (Volume I) Los Angeles, CA: Silverlake Lithographers, for Clark Holmes, c1958. [482p.]
769 ABANDONED 03/17/1994 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Folder containing approx. 45 test cards and instructions for using them. 768 ABANDONED 07/28/1995 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. Students and General Practitioners. 24th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1968.

Apell, R.J., R.W. Lowry, Jr. Preschool Vision. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1959.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Ophthalmic Reference Book. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb, 1953 revision.

Bier, Norman. Contact Lens Routine and Practice. London; St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1953.

Calkins, T.H. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Indianapolis: Continental Optical Company, 1950. (paperback)

Coblens, Seymour L. Optometry and the Law. St. Louis: American
Optometric Association, 1976.

Cooke, Charles Edward, and A.E. Van Vogt. The Hypnotism Handbook. Los
Angeles: Griffin Publishing Co., 1956.

Cox, Maurice E. Optometry. The Profession: Its Antecedents. Birth, and Development. Philadelphia: Chilton Book Company, 1957. (paperback)

Delacato, Carl H. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Speech and Reading Problems. Springfield, 111: Charles C Thomas, 1963.

Ellis, Philip P., and Donn L. Smith. Handbook of Ocular Therapeutics and Pharmacology. 3rd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1969.

Fabricant, Noah D. Headaches: What Causes Them, How to Get Relief. London; New York: Staples Press, 1949.

Gasset, Antonio R. Contact Lenses and Corneal Disease: A Programmed Course. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1976. (paperback)

Goldberg, Joe B. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice. Chicago: Professional Press, 1970. (autographed by author)

Greenstein, Tole N. Vision and Learning Disability. Proceedings of a conference on vision and learning disabilities sponsored by the ADA Professional Development Division, Committee on Vision Development and Training. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1976.

Gregg, James R. How to Communicate in Optometric Practice. Philadelphia: Chilton Book Company, 1969.

Gregg, James R. The Business of Optometric Practice. White Plains, NY: Advisory Enterprises, 1975.

Harrington, David 0. The Visual Fields: A Textbook and Atlas of Clinical Perimetry. 3rd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1971.

Havener, William H. Ocular Pharmacology. 3rd edition. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1974.

Leitman, Mark W., Samuel Gartner, Paul Henkind. Manual for Eye Examination and Diagnosis. Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics Co., 1975. (paperback)

Manas, Leo. Visual Analysis Handbook II. 2nd edition. Chicago: Professional Press, 1958. (paperback)

Martin, William E., Celia Burns Stendler. Child Development: The Process of Growing Up in Society. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1953.

New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology. Symposium on Glaucoma. Transactions of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1967.

Rudov, Melvin H., Dianne C. Zettler. A Task Analysis of the Dispensing Optician. Washington, DC: Opticians Association of America, 1975. (paperback)

Scobee, Richard G. The Oculorotary Muscles. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1947.

Smith, William. Clinical Orthoptic Procedure. 2nd edition. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1954.

Texas Optometric Association. What Did You Say, Doctor? Austin, TX: the Association, 1978. (paperback)

Tortolero, Jose, Newton K. Wesley, Leonard Bronstein. Fluorescein Staining : Characteristics of Corneal Insult. Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Company, 1959.

Von Noorden, Gunter K. Von Noorden-Maumenee's Atlas of Strabismus. 3rd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1977.

Wolff, Harold G. Headache and Other Head Pain. New York: Oxford University Press, 1950.
767 ABANDONED 10/24/1995 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. 1 American Optical Company "Additive Phoroptor" model 590MML4797 manufactured by
Spencer Lens Company, [complete, in original wooden shipping case]
766 ABANDONED 04/12/2001 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. The Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. 4th ed. Eugene Wolff. The Blakiston Company, 1954

An Atlas of Diseases of the Eye. E. S. Perkins and Peter Hansell. J. and A. Churchill, 1957

Caring for the Eyes of America : a Profile of the Optometric Profession. American Optometric
Association, 1991

Clinical Refraction. 2nd ed. Irvin M. Borish. Professional Press, 1954

Clinical Refraction. 3rd ed. Irvin M. Borish. Professional Press, 1970

Contact Lens Spectrum. Centennial edition, July 1987

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 1st ed. George Milkie, Stephen C. Miller.
American Optometric Association, 1974 [autographed by sitting AOA officers & trustees]

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. 1st ed. Robert Day, Jess Eskridge, Homer Hendrickson, Earle Hunter, Stephen Miller, Clifford Shroyer, Roger Wilson. American Optometric Association, 1977 [signed inscriptions from Drs. Miller and Eskridge]

History of the American Academy of Optornetry, 1922-1986. James R. Gregg. American Academy of Optornetry, 1987

Ocular Syndromes. 2nd ed. Walter J. Geeraets. Lea & Febiger, 1969

Optometrist's Desk Reference 1998. Canadian Association of Optometrists

Optornetry Handbook. Leroy Rubin. Butterworth Group, 1975

MUSEUM ITEMS:
commemorative brass plate, AOA Board of Trustees 1973-1974

small marble paperweight, AOJP silver anniversary, St. Louis, MO June 1972

1 pair amber colored "ear-less" spectacles (without temples) in cloth case
765 ABANDONED 08/04/2004 Webster Grove
HUNTER, EARLE L. HUNTER, EARLE L. 1 rectangular plaque approx. 6"x8"x1/2" of cast iron, with raised insignia of the Federation des Patrons Opticians Luxembourg and the words "I.O.O.L. 1989 Luxembourg" This heavy plaque was given to each delegate attending the 1989 annual meeting of the International Optometric and Optical League (I.O.O.L.) in Luxembourg. Dr. Hunter attended, as Executive Director of the American Optometric Association. 762 ABANDONED 01/03/2007 Webster Grove
HUNZIKER, ROBERT HUNZIKER, ROBERT May/June 1970 issue of the Idaho Optometrist 779 ABANDONED 01/28/1974  
ILG, FRANK A. ILG, FRANK A. O.E.P. Papers (Assistants1 Section) for the following months:
Jan. 1963
Apr. 1963
May 1963
June 1963
July 1963
Aug. 1963
Sept. 1963
Oct. 1963
Nov. 1963
Dec. 1963
Jan. 1964
Feb. 1964
Mar. 1964
Apr. 1964
May 1964
June 1964
July 1964
Aug. 1964
Sept. 1964
Oct. 1964
Nov. 1964
Dec. 1964
Jan. 1965
Feb. 1965
Mar. 1965
Apr. 1965
May 1965
June 1965
July 1965
Aug. 1965
Sept. 1965
Oct. 1965
Nov. 1965
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June 1966
July 1966
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Sept. 1966
Oct. 1966
Nov. 1966
Dec. 1966
Feb. 1967
Mar. 1967
Apr. 1967
May 1967
June 1967
July 1967
Aug. 1967
Sept. 1967

TOTAL: 52 monthly sets
781 ABANDONED 09/25/1968 St Louis
ILG, FRANK A. ILG, FRANK A. Old framed reproduction fundus pictures.
1 instrument - Myoculator
5 eyeglasse cases

Old eyeglasses: 6 pinz nez
9 pair of old eyeglasses (one without
complete temple
pieces.)
981 ABANDONED 08/31/1984 St Louis
IVY, EDWARD FERN IVY, EDWARD FERN American Optical Company Common pathological conditions revealed by studies of the fundus oculi. Rochester, American Optical Company, c1944. 25 pages.

____, Elements of optics. Rochester, American Optical Company, c1947. 54 pages.

____, Department of Visual Science Stereo-orthoptor; condensed technique. Rochester, American Optical Company, c1936.

Gruman, Harris, et al What optometry is doing for mankind. New York, The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry, (n.d.) (Selected treatises concerning the eyes and the functions of vision....)

Idzal, Milton M New Optometry; making it easy for yourself. Chilton Company, c1938.

Lesser, S. K0 An introduction to modern analytical optometry. Revised. Duncan, Okla., Optometric Extension Program, (c1937). 21 pages.

McFadden, Hugh B Three studies in psychological optics. Duncan, Optometric Extension Program, c1941. 37 pages.

Optometric Extension Program Reference directory. Duncan, OEP, c1965. 56 pages.

____, Clinical procedure in analytical optometry. Duncan, 00E0P0, c1941.

____, Near point optometry, The taking of visual skills, visual training. Duncan, 0.E.P., c1951.

____, Orthoptics. Duncan, 0EP, c1941.

____, Practice development for optometrists. Duncan, O.E.P., c1941.

____, The taking of visual skills. Visual Training. Duncan, OEP c1948.

Renshaw, Samuel Psychological optics. Duncan, Optometric Extension Program, (n.d.)

Riggs Optical Company Five years of Optical Developments. Chicago, Riggs Optical Company, May 1941-April 1946.

Root, F. M Here's how; to build and control a professional optometric practice. (c1947). 59 pages.

INSTRUMENTS:

1 American Optical Company phoropter with floor stand,

Barstow's Beacon for Office Assistants. June 1, 1946 to Dec. 15, 1947.

Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists Sept. 15, 1949 to Sept. 15, 1956.

Contacto
1958 2 issues
1959 4 issues
1965 6 issues
1966 1 issue
Contacts,
1961 1 issue
1962 2 issues
1965 1 issue
1966 1 issue
Journal of the American Optometric Association
1957 5 issues
1958 12 issues
1959 12 issues
1960 12 issues
1961 12 issues
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1963 10 issues
1964 2 issues
1965 17 issues
1966 6 issues
The Kentucky Optometrist,
1957 5 issues
1958 10 issues
1959 12 issues
1960 7 issues
1961 6 issues
1962 6 issues
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1964 1 issue
The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry,
1957 10 issues
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Optometric Extension Program Courses & OEP. News
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Optometric Management
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The Optometric Weekly
1957 19 issues
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1961 50 issues
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1963 53 issues
1964 9 issues
1965 52 issues
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Southern Journal of Optometry.
1959 6 issues
1960 5 issues
1961 7 issues
1962 8 issues
1963 6 issues
1964 3 issues
1965 16 issues
1966 6 issues
Today Volume 9, 3 issues
785 ABANDONED 05/23/1968 Madisonville
JACOBSON, A. LOUIS JACOBSON, A. LOUIS Box of early eyeglasses, eyeglass cases & a mailing
box.
798 ABANDONED 01/1995 Toledo
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORP., SOFT LENS DIVISION JANOFF, LESTER E. Agnew, L. R. C., et al, ed. Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary, 24th edition. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1965.

Physician's Desk Reference, 29th edition. Oradell, MJ, Medical Economics Co., 1975

ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
June, 1978 (56:3)
August, 1978 (56:4)
October, 1978 (56:5)
December, 1978 (56:6)
April, 1979 (57:2)
August, 1979 (57:4)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
January, 1978 (85:1)
June, 1978 (85:6)
August, 1978 (86:2)
September, 1978 (86:3)
November, 1978 (86:5)
December, 1978 (86:6)
February, 1979 (87:2)
March, 1979 (87:3)
April, 1979 (87:4)
May, 1979 (87:5)
June, 1979 (87:6)
July, 1979 (87:1)
August, 1979 (88:2)
September, 1979 (88:3)
pt. 1 & 2
October, 1979 (88:4)
November, 1979 (88:5)
December, 1979 (88:6)
January, 1980 (89:1) 2 copies
February, 1980 (89:2) 2 copies
March, 1980 (89:3) 2 copies
April, 1980 (89:4) 2 copies
May, 1980 (89:5) 2 copies
June, 1980 (89:6) 2 copies
July, 1980 (90:1)
August, 1980 (90:2)
September, 1980 (90:3)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
September, 1977 (54:9)
October, 1977 (54:10)
November, 1977 (54:11)
December, 1977 (54:12)
January, 1980 (57:1) 2 copies
February, 1980 (57:2) 2 copies
March, 1980 (57:3) 2 copies
April, 1980 (57:4) 2 copies
May, 1980 (57:5) 2 copies
June, 1980 (57:6)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
February, 1980 (70:2) August, 1980 (70:8)
June, 1980 (70:6) September, 1980 (70:9)

ANNALS OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
September, 1979 (11:9)
December, 1979 (11 :12) (2 copies)
February, 1980 (12:2)

ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
December, 1976 (94:12)
January, 1978 (96:1)
February, 1978 (96:2)
March, 1978 (96:3)
April, 1978 (96:4)
November, 1978 (96:11)
December, 1979 (97:12)
January, 1980 (98:1) 3 copies
February, 1980 (98:2)
March, 1980 (98:3) 3 copies
April, 1980 (98:4) 3 copies
May, 1980 (98:5) 3 copies
June, 1980 (89:6) 4 copies
July, 1980 (89:7) 22 copies
August, 1980 (89:8)
September, 1980 (89:8) 10 copies
October, 1980 (89:10) 75 copies

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
July, 1979 (14:3)
January, 1980 (15:1) 2 copies
April, 1980 (15:2)

CLINICAL THERAPY
Vol. 2 #4, 1979
Vol. 2 #5, 1979
Vol. 3, Special Issue, 1980

COMPUTING SURVEYS
December, 1979 (11:4)
June, 1980 (12:2)

CONTACT & INTRA OCULAR LENS MEDICAL JOURNAL
Jan/June, 1975 (1:1&2)
Jan/March, 1976 (2:1)
Apr/June, 1976 (2:2)
July/Sept. 1976 (2:3)
Oct/Dec. 1976 (2:4)
Jan.March, 1977 (3:1)
Apr/June, 1977 (3:2)
July/Sept. 1977 (3:3)
Apr/June, 1978 (4:2)
July/Sept. 1978 (4:3)
July/Sept. 1979 (5:3)
Oct/Dec, 1979 (5:4) 2 copies
Jan/March, 1980 (6:1)
April/June, 1980 (6:2) 2 copies
July/Sept. 1980 (6:3)

CONTACT LENS FORUM
May, 1978 (3:5)
Dec. 1978 (3:12)
June, 1979 (4:6)
July, 1979 (4:7)
Nov. 1979 (4:11) 2 copies
Dec. 1979 (4:12) 2 copies
Jan. 1980 (5:1)
Feb. 1980 (5:2) 2 copies
March, 1980 (5:3) 2 copies
April, 1980 (5:4) 2 copies
May, 1980 (5:5) 7 copies
June, 1980 (5:6) 2 copies
July, 1980 (5:7) 2 copies
August, 1980 (5:8)

CONTACTO
Jan. 1978 (22:1)
July, 1978 (22:4)
Sept. 1978 (22:5)
Nov. 1978 (22:6)
July, 1979 (23:4)
Sept. 1979 (23:5)
Nov. 1979 (23:6) 2 copies
Jan. 1980 (24:1)
March, 1980 (24:2)
May, 1980 (23:3) 2 copies

DISPENSING OPTICIAN - USA
Feb. 1980 (31:2)
April, 1980 (31:4)
June, 1980 (31:6)
July, 1980 (31:7)

FORBES
June 23, 1980

GLAUCOMA
May-June, 1980 (2:3) 2 copies

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
May/June, 1980 (58:

INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Jan. 1980 (29:1)
Feb. 1980 (29:2)
July, 1980 (29:7)
August, 1980 (29:8)
Oct. 1980 (29:10)

INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS CLINIC
Jan/Feb. 1977 (4:1)
Sept/Oct, 1977 (4:5)
Nov/Dec. 1977 (4:6)
Jan/Feb. 1978 (5:1)
Sept/Oct. 1978 (5:5) 2 copies
Nov/Dec. 1978 (5:6)
Jan/Feb. 1979 (6:1)
Mar/Apr, 1979 (6:1)
May/June, 1979 (6:2) 2 copies
July/Aug. 1979 (6:4) 2 copies
Sept/Oct, 1979 (6:5) 2 copies
Nov/Dec. 1979 (6:6) 2 copies
Jan/Feb. 1980 (7:1) 2 copies

INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
Apr. 1977 (16:4)
June, 1977 (16:6)
July, 1977 (16:7)
Aug. 1977 (16:8)
Oct. 1977 (16:10)
Nov. 1977 (16:11)
Dec. 1977 (16:12)
Cumul. Index-1952-1977
Jan. 1978 (17:1)
March, 1978 (17:3)
April, 1978 (17:4)
May, 1978 (17:5)
June, 1978 (17:6)
July, 1978 (17:7)
Aug. 1978 (17:8)
Sept. 1978 (17:9)
Nov. 1978 (17:11)
Jan. 1979 (18:1)
Feb. 1979 (18:2)
Apr. 1979 (18:4)
May, 1979 (18:5)
Oct. 1979 (18:10)
Nov. 1979 (18:11)
Dec. 1979 (18:12) 2 copies
Jan. 1980 (19:1) 3 copies
Feb. 1980 (19:2) 4 copies
March, 1980 (19:3) 4 copies
April, 1980 (19:4) 4 copies
ARVO suppliment-1980
May, 1980 (19:5) 3 copies
June, 1980 (19:6) 3 copies
July, 1980 (19:7) 3 copies
Aug. 1980 (19:8)
Sept. 1980 (19:9) 3 copies

JOURNAL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
June, 1979 (41:6)

JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRIC EDUCATION
Winter, 1980 (5:3)

JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & STRABISMUS
Jan/Feb. 1980 (17:1)

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
June, 1977 (48:6)
Jan. 1979 (50:1)
Feb. 1979 (58:2)
April, 1979 (50:4)
May, 1979 (50:5)
July, 1979 (50:7)
Sept. 1979 (50:9)
Oct. 1979 (50:10)
Nov. 1979 (50:11)
Dec. 1979 (50:12)
Jan. 1980 (51:1) 2 copies
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March, 1980 (51 :3) 3 copies
April, 1980 (51 :4) 2 copies
May, 1980 (51:5) 4 copies
June, 1980 (51 :6) 2 copies
July, 1980 (51 :7) 3 copies
August, 1980 (51:8) 3 copies

JOURNAL OF THE B. C. L. A. (Brit. Contact Lens Assoc.)
Jan. 1980 (3:1)

MEDICAL ECONOMICS
Feb. 18, 1980 (front pages missing)

MEDICAL WORLD NEWS
Nov. 26, 1979 (20:24)
Jan. 7, 1980 (21 :1)
Jan. 21, 1980 (21:2)
Feb. 4, 1980 (21:3)
Mar. 3, 1980 (21:5)
Mar. 31, 1980 (21: 7)
Apr. 14, 1980 (21:8)
Apr. 28, 1980 (21 :9)
May 12, 1980 (21 :10)
May 26, 1980 (21:11)
Sept. 15, 1980 (21:9)

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
Aug. 3, 1978 (299:5)
Aug. 10, 1978 (299:6)
Aug. 24, 1978 (299:8)
Aug. 31, 1978 (299:9)
Sept. 28, 1978 (299:9)
Oct. 5, 1978 (299:13)
Nov. 2, 1978 (299:18)
Nov. 9, 1978 (299:19)
Nov. 16, 1978 (299:20)
Dec. 17, 1978 (299:23)
Jan. 18, 1979 (300:3)
Feb. 15, 1979 (300:7)
Mar 8, 1979 (300:10)
Mar 15, 1979 (300:11)
Mar 29, 1979 (300:13)
Apr 12, 1979 (300:15)
May 3, 1979 (300:18)
May 17, 1979 (300:20)
June 14, 1979 (300:24)
June 28, 1979 (300:26)
July 12, 1979 (301:2)
July 26, 1979 (301:4)
Sept. 6, 1979 (301:10)
Sept. 13, 1979 (301:11)
Sept. 30, 1979 (301:12)
Oct. 11, 1979 (301:15)
Oct. 25, 1979 (301:17)
Nov. 22, 1979 (301:21)
Nov. 29, 1979 (301:22)
Dec. 6, 1979 (301:23)
Dec. 13, 1979 (301:24)
Dec. 20, 1979 (301:25)
Dec. 27, 1979 (301:26)
Jan. 3, 1980 (302:1)
Jan. 10, 1980 (302:2)
Jan. 17, 1980 (302:3)
Feb. 7, 1980 (302:6)
Feb. 14, 1980 (302:7)
Feb. 21, 1980 (302:8)
Feb. 28, 1980 (302:9)
Mar. 5, 1980 (302:10)
Mar. 20, 1980 (302:12)
Apr. 3, 1980 (302:14)
Apr. 17, 1980 (302:16)
Apr. 24, 1980 (302:17)
May 1, 1980 (302:18)
May 8, 1980 (302:19)
May 22, 1980 (302:12)
May 29, 1980 (302:22)
Aug. 14, 1980 (303:7)
Aug. 21, 1980 (303:8)
Sept. 4, 1980 (303:10)
Sept. 18, 1980 (303:12)
Oct. 2, 1980 (303:14)

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
February, 1980 (31:2)

NEW SCIENTIST
Mar. 6, 1980 (85:1197)
Mar. 20, 1980 (85:1199)
Apr. 10, 1980 (86:1202)
June 19. 1980 (86:1206)
July 10, 1980 (87:1209)
July 17, 1980 (87:1210)
July 24, 1980 (87:1211)
Aug. 7, 1980 (87:1213)
Aug. 21, 1980 (87:1215)
Aug. 28, 1980 (87:1216)
Sept. 18, 1980 (87:1219)
Oct. 2, 1980 (87:1221)

OPHTHALMIC SURGERY
June, 1980 (11:6)
July, 1980 (11:7)

OPHTHALMOLOGY
April, 1980 (87:4)
June, 1980 (87:6) 2 copies

OPTICAL INDEX
Jan. 1980 (55:1)
Mar. 1980 (55:3) 2 copies
Apr. 1980 (55:4)
May, 1980 (55:5)
June, 1980 (55:6) 4 copies
July, 1980 (55:7)

OPTICAL MANAGEMENT
Feb. 1980 (9:2)
March, 1980 (9:3)
April, 1980 (9:4)
May, 1980 (9:5)
June, 1980 (9:6)
July, 1980 (9:7)

OPTICAL SPECTRA
Dec. 1979 (13:12)
Feb. 1980 (14:2)
March, 1980 (14:3)
Apr. 1980 (14:4)
May, 1980 (14:5)
June, 1980 (14:6)
July, 1980 (14:7)
Aug. 1980 (14:8)

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
Jan. 1980 (16:1)
Feb. 1980 (16:2)
Mar. 1980 (16:3)
Apr. 1980 (16:4)
May, 1980 (16:5)
June, 1980 (16:6)
July, 1980 (16:7)
Aug. 1980 (16:8)
Sept. 1980 (16:9)

OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY
Jan. 1980 (71:1)
Feb. 1980 (71:2)
Mar. 1980 (71 :3) 2 copies
April, 1980 (71:4)
May, 1980 (71:5) 2 copies
June, 1980 (71 :6) 2 copies
July, 1980 (71:7)
August, 1980 (71:8)

OPTOMETRIC WORLD
Dec. 1979 (66:12)
Jan. 1980 (67:1)
Feb. 1980 (67:2)
Mar. 1980 (67:3)
June, 1980 (67:6)
July, 1980 (67:7)
August, 1980 (67:8)

POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
June, 1980 (86:6)
July, 1980 (87:1)
Aug. 1980 (87:2)

REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
Dec. 1979 (116:12)
Jan. 1980 (117:1)
Feb. 1980 (117:2)
Mar. 1980 (117:3) 2 copies
Apr. 1980 (117:4) 2 copies
May, 1980 (117:5)
June,1980 (117:6) 3 copies
July, 1980 (117:7)

SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
July, 1980 (22:7)

SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOURNAL
Feb. 1980 (73:2)

SOUTHWEST OPTICIAN
Nov. 1979 (1:10)

STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY
Feb. 1980 (16:2)
803 ABANDONED 11/06/1980 Southbridge
KAHN, HOWARD D KAHN, HOWARD D Adventures in Practice Management, by Murray Klaff and Daniel Klaff. Houston, TX: PMK Enterprises.(looseleaf)

Occupational Vision. Titmus Optical Company, Inc., 1958. (loaseleaf collection of booklets, manuals, articles, descriptive brochures, and reports related to occupational vision, eye safety)

Office Policy/Procedure Manual for Paraoptometric Personnel, edited by George M. Milkie, O.D.St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1974. (looseleaf)

Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American Optical Company, 1940-1944.
(Looseleaf collection of small monographs)
VS-1 "Optical Principles of Retinoscopy"
VS-2 "Optical Principles of Ophthalmometry"
VS-3 "Diagnosis and Procedure in cases of Amblyopia"
VS-4 "The Correct Use of the Phoroptor"
VS-5 "Abstract of a Clinical Procedures as Applied to the Refractive Technique"
VS-6 "Some Important Optical Facts in the Correction of Aphakia"
VS-7 "The Use of Minus Cylinders in Routine Refraction"
VS-8 "Principles of Single Iseikonic Lenses"
VS-9 "Interpretation of Ophthalmometric Readings and their Application to the
Retinoscopic Test for Astigmatism"
VS-10 "Subjective Test with Project-0-Chart and Cohen Slide"
VS-11 "Principles of Crossed Cylinder Tests"
VS-12 "Transposition of Obliquely Crossed Cylinders"
VS-13 "Correction of Astigmatism"
VS-14 "The Analysis of the Reading Graph"
VS-15 "The Effect of the Ametropic Distance Correction Upon the Accommodation
and Reading Addition"
VS-16 "Phoria Norms"
VS-17 "Duction Measurements and their Significance"
VS-18 "Units of Measurement in Ophthalmic Optics and Ocular Refraction"
VS-19 "History of Near-Point Reading Cards
792 ABANDONED 06/15/1987 Virginia Beach
KAHN, HOWARD D KAHN, HOWARD D 13 bifocal samples 794 ABANDONED 02/22/1995 Virginia Beach
KAHN, HOWARD D KAHN, HOWARD D 5 "MAKK XV" Pupillometers 795 ABANDONED 06/25/1996 Virginia Beach
KAHN, HOWARD D KAHN, HOWARD D Clinical Allergy. Louis Tuft. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 1938

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 2nd ed. Edited by George M. Milkie and Stephen C. Miller. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1975 [paperback]

Current Optometric Information and Terminology. 3rd ed. Edited by Robert E. Day, Stephen C. Miller, and Roger E. Wilson. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1980 [paperback]

Current Optometric Procedural Terminology. Robert E. Day, Jess Eskridge, Homer Hendrickson, et al. St. Louis: American Optometric Association, 1977 [paperback]

De Re Medicina. Indianapolis, IN: Eli Lilly & Company, 1938

Diagnostic Examination of the Eve : Step-by-Step Procedure. Conrad Berens and Joshua Zuckerman. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1946

Diseases of the Eve. Hofrat Ernst Fuchs, revised by Maximilian Salzmann, transl. by E.V.L. Brown. 10th English edition. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1933

Diseases of the Skin for Practitioners and Students. 2nd ed. George Clinton Andrews. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 1939

The Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases. I. S. Tassman. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby Company, 1942

Eyestrain and Convergence. N.A. Stutterheim. London: H.K. Lewis &Co., 1937

The Glaucomas. H. Saul Sugar. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1951

ICD 9 CM. The International Classification of Diseases. 9th revision, clinical modification. Vol. 1-3. Second printing, March 1980

Macleod's Physiology in Modern Medicine. 9th ed., edited by Philip Bard. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1941

Milestones in Optical History. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, c1936, reprinted 1954 [paperback]

The Modern Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus : Including Practical Procedures and Precautionary Measures. William S. Collens and Louis C. Boas. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1946

Optics. 5th ed. W.H.A. Fincham. London: Hatton Press, 1947

Optometry, The Profession: Its Antecedents, Birth and Development. Chilton Company, 1947 (series of editorial articles that appeared in the "Optical Journal and Review of Optometry" Oct.l, 1945 - Jan. 1, 1947) [paperback]

The Pathology of the Eve. Jonas S. Friedenwald, illus. by Helenor Campbell. New York: Macmillan Co., 1929

The Practice of Medicine. 3rd ed. Jonathan Campbell Meakins. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Company, 1940

The Practice of Orthoptics. G.H. Giles. London: Hammond, Hammond &Co., 1947 Problems in Reading. Edward William Dolch. Champaign, IL: The Garrard Press, 1948
Since Pythagoras... : A Selected Chronology of Optometry. Pittsburgh: Public Health Bureau, American Optometric Association, 194? [paperback]

Text-Book of Ophthalmology. Sir W. Stewart Duke-Elder. Volume 1: The Development, Form and Function of the Visual Apparatus. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Company, 1939

Visual Field Studies. Ralph I. Lloyd. New York: The Technical Press, 1926
796 ABANDONED 06/1999 Virginia Beach
KAHN, JACK KAHN, JACK 1 newspaper, The Victoria Advocate, Victoria, Texas, March 25, 1984.
13 personal letters
3 personal papers
791 ABANDONED 07/05/1984 Victoria
KALLMANN, CARL KALLMANN, CARL 1. Chinese Frame-No lenses, Brass, Folded hinged temples. Excellent condition, Swastika intample end. 500-600 yrs old as in reference to Catalog,British Optical Museitn- UNIQUE $4500.00

2. Chinese frame-Quartz-round lenses- 43mm rd. Smoky Quartz. 'Vhite metal�mounted to glass with tiny rivets thru quartz, 'linked temple, with round -tortous shell tips. This is the only pair of this type of glasses with smoky quartz lenses-Very unique to my knowledge. 600 yrs old $6000.00

3 Brass-Sliding hinge- Excellent condition. Marks on the screws iddicate either lenses have been changed-or replaced or the threads have not held. They have had excellent care
and undoubedly were owned by someone of wealth. Hand wrough work. Orgin Northern Europe,most likely Dutch or Germany. 300 yrs old. $650.00
790 ABANDONED 12/15/1977 Fresno
KAPLAN, WALTER J. KAPLAN, WALTER J. One Lenscertor, serial #1040, manufactured by the Nylacore Corporation, Glen Cove, New York. Patents and Patents Pending: U.S. 2815253; Canada 544459; U.K. 764135; Germany S-42319. A hand held device with rubber coated rollers that open and hold eye lids while contact lens is inserted by means of a spring mounted lever. Hollow handle holds an aluminum contact lens case and a sample size bottle of wetting solution. Complete with plastic case, instruction sheet, and guarantee, n.d. 788 ABANDONED 08/31/1983 Gaithersburg
KAPLAN, WALTER J. KAPLAN, WALTER J. 1 "unsuccessful attempt to apply, binocularly, the fitting principle of the monocle, circa 1950-1960's" 916 ABANDONED 10/26/1987 Gaithersburg
KAPLAN, WALTER J. KAPLAN, WALTER J. Framed illustration from Encyclopaedia; or, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, first American edition, edited by Thomas Dobson. Philadelphia, Stone House, 1798. (14 1/4" x 20") The illustration is of plates CCCLVII and CCCLVIII, showing aspects of the optics of vision known at that time.
Accompanying pages 291-306, the "Optics" section from the above book.
789 ABANDONED 01/28/2005 Gaithersburg
KATZ, SIDNEY B. KATZ, SIDNEY B. THE BEACON. (Brooklyn Optometric Society)
1959 Vol. 19 #3, March
1960 Vol. 19 #3, March
1962 Vol. 21 #6,9 June, Sept.
1966 Vol. 25*1,3,4,9,10,12 Jan., Mar., Apr., Sept., Oct., Dec.
1967 Vol. 26 #1,3,11,12 Jan., Mar., Nov., Dec.
1971 May, Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.
1972 Jan., Feb., Apr., June, Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.
1973 Jan., Feb., Apr., May, June, Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.
1974 Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., May, June, Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.
1975 Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., May, June, Sept., Oct
786 ABANDONED 01/17/1983 Brooklyn
KATZIN, MORDICI KATZIN, MORDICI CONTACTO
Vol. 4, 1960 No. 9 September
13, 1969 No. 2 June

CONTACTS
Vol. 15, 1960 No. 5 Nov./Dec.
23, 1968 No. 1, 7, 9 Jan., July, Sept.

IDAHO OPTOMETRIST
Vol. 4 1963 No. 4/5 Sept/Oct.

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Vol. 20 1948-49 1 issue
22 1950-51 1 issue
233 1951-52 3 issues
24 1952-53 complete
25 1953-54 complete
26 1954-55 11 issues
27 1955-56 11 issues
28 1956-57 11 issues
29 1957-58 complete
30 1958-59 1 issue
32 1960-61 1 issue
33 1961-62 4 issues
34 1962-63 8 issues
35 1964 6 issues
38 1967 complete
39 1968 complete
40 1969 11 issues
41 1970 11 issues
42 1971 complete

OPTICAL JOURNAL & REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 87 1950 complete
88 1951 complete
89 1952 complete
90 1953 complete
91 1954 19 issues
92 1955 23 issues
93 1956 20 issues
94 1957 complete
95 1958 21 issues
96 1959 17 issues
97 1960 9 issues
98 1961 9 issues
99 1962 9 issues
100 1963 16 issues
101 1964 11 issues
103 1966 1 issue
104 1967 22 issues
105 1968 complete
106 1969 complete
107 1970 22 issues
108 1971 21 issues
109 1972 2 issues
110 1973 3 issues

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
Vol. 3 1967 No. 2, 8 Feb., Aug.
4 1968 No. 4, 5, 12 Apr., May, Dec.
5 1969 No. 1-5, 7-8, 10-12 Jan.-May, July-Aug., Oct.-Dec.

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY
Vol. 42 1951 51 issues
43 1952 37 issues
44 1953 complete
45 1954 23 issues
46 1955 13 issues
47 1956 35 issues
48 1957 50 issues
49 1958 50 issues
50 1959 39 issues
51 1960 15 issues
52 1961 20 issues
53 1962 25 issues
54 1963 24 issues
55 1964 24 issues
57 1966 1 issue
58 1967 48 issues
59 1968 complete
60 1969 complete
61 1970 51 issues
62 1971 51 issues
63 1972 3 issues

SCIENTIFIC MONTHLY
Vol. 85 1957 No. 1, July

SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 1 1959 No. 1, Jan./Feb.
2 1960 No. 5 Sept./Oct.
3 1961 No. 6 Nov./Dec.
4 1962 No. 3-7 May-Dec.
5 1963 No. 1, 4, 7-10 Jan., Apr., Aug.-Dec.
6 1964 No. 1-5 Jan.-May
8 1966 No. 10 Oct.
9 1967 No. 1-9, 11-12 Jan.-Sept., Nov.-Dec.
10 1968 No. 1-5, 7-12 Jan.-May, July-Dec.
11 1969 No. 1-2, 4-6, 8-11, Jan.-Feb., Apr.-June, Aug.-Nov.
12 1970 No. 1, 3, 5-7, 9-10 Jan., Mar., May-July, Sept.-Oct.
13 1971 No. 1-10 Jan.-Oct.

UNIVERSAL ABSTRACTS
Vol. 1 1972 No. 3 Aug.

WISCONSIN OPTOMETRIST
Vol. 7 1963 No. 10-11 Oct-Nov.
8 1964 No. 2, Feb.
778 ABANDONED 12/07/1973 Jacksonville
KEHOE, JOHN C. KEHOE, JOHN C. One 14 x 18 parchment diploma which states, "Kentucky State College of Optometry
To all to whom this writing may come, greeting: Be it known that John Claire
Kehoe having successfully completed the prescribed course of study and having rendered meritorious service to the Profession of Optometry has been, by authority of the State of Kentucky, declared a Doctor of Ocular Science and is entitled to all rights and privileges appertaining to that degree. In testimony thereof, this Diploma has been executed by the authorized officers of the College. Given at Mt. Sterling Kentucky, this 4th day of Sept. A.D. 1941". The diploma is signed by three officers of the school and has the gold seal of the Kentucky State College of Optometry.
777 ABANDONED 08/18/1983 Flint
KEISLER, M. BERNARD KEISLER, M. BERNARD 2 Mullen plastic scleral contact lenses (Pat. No. 2,237,714) in metal can

2 plastic scleral fitting contact lenses with markings, in velvet-lined spring-top case

Mueller Welt Micro Lenses (Chicago) in hinged plastic case, set of 10 corneal lenses [7.50/45.00 D - 8.75/38.50 D] 4 missing
776 ABANDONED 12/29/2010 Irwin
KEITH, JACK KEITH, JACK Draft copy of Dr. Nelson Abrahamsen's history of the Ohio Optom. Ass'n., sent to.lLAMO by the Ohio Ass'n. at the request of Dr. Keith. 959 ABANDONED 07/29/1986 Akron
KELLOGG KELLOGG, FRED W. rolled photo, 36th annual convention of the Michican Society of Optometrists, Book Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, MI, 10/4/32. 775 ABANDONED 05/09/1994 Grand Rapids

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
KELSEY, JAMES W. KELSEY, JAMES W. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONTACT LENS PRACTICE. Phillip R. Haynes, Editor. International Optics Publishing Corporation, South Bend, Indiana.
Supplements #1 - #24, 1959-1963
774 ABANDONED 11/29/1978 Hawthorne
KENNEDY, JOHN R. KENNEDY, JOHN R. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY AND ARCHIVES OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY/ AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS (58 issues)
1965 - May
1973 - Oct. Nov.
1974 - June, Oct, Dec.
1975 - Jan, Apr, July, Sept, Nov, Dec.
1976 - Jan, Feb, Mar.
1977 - Jan, Feb.
1978 - July, Nov.
1979 - Feb-June, Nov, Dec.
1980 - Jan-May, July-Nov.
1981 - Feb, Mar, Aug, Nov.
1982 - Jan, Mar-June, Aug-Dec.
1983 - Jan, Mar, Apr, June, Aug.
1984 - Jan, Feb, Mar

ARCHIVOS SOCIEDAD AMERICANA DE OFTALMOLOGIA Y OPTOMETRIA (14 issues)
1958 - V. 1 #3, 4
1972 - V. 8 #4
1972/73 - V. 9 #1, 2, 3, 4
1974 - V. 10 #1, 2
1977/78 - V. 12 #1, 3, 4
1978/79 - V. 13 #1, 2

CONTACT LENS FORUM (56 issues)
1977 - Feb, Apr, Sept,
1978 - Jan-Dec.
1979 - Jan-June, Aug-Dec. (2-Sept)
1980 - Jan-July, Sept, Nov,
1981 - Jan, May, Oct, Dec.
1982 - Jan, Apr-July, Sept.
1983 - May, June, Aug-Oct, Dec.
1984 - Jan, Mar-June

CONTACTO (38 issues)
1963 - Nov/Dec.
1964 - Mar, June
1974 - May, Sept, Nov.
1975 - Jan, Mar, July, Sept.
1976 - Jan, May, July, Sept.
1977 - May, July, Nov.
1978 - Jan, May, July, Sept.
1979 - Mar, May, July, Sept, Nov.
1980 - May, July, Nov.
1981 - Jan, Mar, Nov.
1982 - May, July, Sept, Nov,
1983 - Jan, Mar.

INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS CLINIC (14 issues)
1978 - V. 5 #4
1979 - V. 6 #1-6
1980 - V. 7 #1-3, 6 (2-Jan/Feb.)
1981 - V. 8 #5
1982 - V. 9 #3

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION (71 issues)
1971 - Oct.
1974 - Jan, May, Aug, Oct.
1975 - Apr, June, Sept, Nov.
1976 - Feb, Mar, Apr.
1978 - Jan-Dec. (2-Aug)
1979 - Feb, Mar, June-Nov. (2-Nov)
1980 - Jan, Feb, Apr-Oct, Dec. (2-Feb & Sept)
1981 - Jan-May, Oct. (2-Feb & May)
1982 - Jan, Feb, May, June, Aug, Sept, Nov.
1983 - Mar, May, July-Oct, Dec.
1984 - Jan, Feb, Mar.

OPTICAL JOURNAL & REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY/REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY (40 issues)
1975 - Sept, Dec.
1976 - Mar, Apr.
1977 - Apr.
1978 - Jan, Mar, May-Dec. (2-July)
1979 - Jan, Feb, Apr-July, Oct, Nov.
1980 - Jan, Mar-June, Sept-Dec.
1981 - Mar, Apr, Aug-Oct.
1982 - Jan, Mar, May

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT (67 issues)
1972 - Mar.
1973 - Mar, Dec.
1974 - June
1975 - Feb, Apr, May, July, Sept-Dec.
1976 - Jan, Mar, Sept, Nov.
1977 - Jan, Mar, May, June, Nov. (2-June)
1978 - Jan-Dec. (2-Oct)
1979 - Jan-Apr, June-Sept, Dec. (2-Jan)
1980 - Jan, Feb, Apr, June, July-Dec.
1981 - May, Nov.
1982 - May, Sept, Nov, Dec.
1983 - Mar-May, July, Aug. (2-May)
1984 - Feb.

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY/OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY (48 issues)
1975 - V. 66 #3,9,17,18,22,23,24,30,31,32,33,34,35,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,
1976 - V. 67 #1, 7, 16,
1978 - V. 69 - Feb, Mar.
1979 - V. 70 - Mar-Aug, Oct.
1980 - V. 71 - Jan, Feb, Apr, May-Nov. (2-May)
1981 - V. 72 - Jan, Feb, Mar.
1983 - V. 73 - Jan, Feb.
772 ABANDONED 11/07/1984 St Paul
KENNEDY, HARRY C. KENNEDY, HARRY C. 1 Night Sight Meter, Model no. 3538 (includes instruction sheet)
This instrument (blue, plastic housing, table-top device) was purchased through the American Automobile Association Traffic Engineering and Safety Department in 1986, and was used to test night vision/ glare recovery for motor vehicle operators.
773 ABANDONED 01/14/1987 Titusville
KILLINGBECK, JAMES E. KILLINGBECK, JAMES E. Box containing trial lens set, 2 trial frames, retinoscope, pen light, & 5 "projection slides". 942 ABANDONED 01/16/1984 Leitchfield
AUXILIARY TO THE MINNESOTA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION KINDY, RICHARD, MRS. Framed poem written by Dr. Kiekenapp. 857 ABANDONED 06/1975 Minneapolis
KLINGER, BRIAN S. KLINGER, BRIAN S. Barstow, Ralph. How to Succeed in Optometry. Chicago: Illinois College of Optometry Press, 1959.

Bartley, S. Howard. Principles of Perception. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958.

Forrest, Elliott B. Visual Imagery: An Qptometric Approach. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1981.

Horsfall, Frank L., Jr., and Igor Tamm (eds): Viral and Rickettsial Infections of Man. 4th ed. Philadlephia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1965.

Levedahl, Blaine H, and Albert A. Barber. Zoethout's Laboratory Experiments in Physiology. 6th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1963.

Ophthalmic Reference Book. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1948.

The Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists. 26th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1965
764 ABANDONED 01/17/1986 Portsmouth
KNOX, RONALD KNOX, RONALD One slide series: LOW VISION AIDS, 39 slides & script. 763 ABANDONED 05/26/1977 St Louis
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE FOUNDATION OF OPTOMETRY KNUTSON, M. LEROY BOOK MATERIALS:
Brombach, T. A. Visual fields. Fall River (Massachusetts), Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, (C 1936). 3 copies.

Parkins, George A. The diagnosis and elimination of visual handicaps preventing efficient reading. Fall River, Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, (C 1941). 7 copies.

2 Booklets.

PERIODICALS:

The Annals of the Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry
Volume 1, Number 1, 1932, 1 copy
Volume 1, Number 2, 1935, 3 copies
Volume 1, Number 3, 1937, 6 copies

DOCUMENTS:
8 primary source records of the Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry bound in 3-hole report folders.

2 3-hole report folders containing reprints of papers between page dividers indicating the application for D.S.F. Fellowship, granted or denied.

4 3-hole report folders containing reprints of technical papers.

1 scrapbook containing Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry news items. 12 pages.

1 3-hole report folder containing 1 typed case history, 1 reprint from the National Eye Research Foundation, and 5 pieces of miscellaneous material.
445 ABANDONED 06/22/1972  
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON KOETTING, JAMES A. 1 book, "The truth about eye exercises." 896 ABANDONED 08/18/1980 Houston
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. plaques, personal papers, etc, 894 ABANDONED 1981 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Wood, Casey A., and Woodruff, Thomas A. "Commoner Diseases of the Eye" c. 1904

Adams, George. "Essay on Vision" (1792) London, England

Dvorine, Israel. "Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics" c. 1943

Lesser, S. K. "Fundamentals of Procedure and Analysis in Optometric Examination" c. 1933-34

Fulton, John F. et.al. "A Bibliography of Visual Literature" c. 1945 1939-44

American Optometric Assn. "Manual of Ocular Tests" 1942

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. "Five Years of Optical Development" 1946-51

International Board of Boards. "A Manual of Optometric Jurisprudence - and - Suggested Uniform Standards" c. 1930.
732 ABANDONED 03/31/1966 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. 1 universal pupiloraeter measure made by the Globe Optical Company in Boston. 733 ABANDONED 02/1971 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Vol. 58 no. 3-6 Sept.-Dec. 1964
59 complete Jan.-June 1965
60 complete July-Dec. 1965
61 complete Jan.-June 1966
62 complete July-Dec. 1966
63 complete Jan.-June 1967
64 complete July-Dec. 1967
65 no. 1-4,6 Jan-June 1968
66 no. 2-4,6 Aug.-Dec. 1968
67 complete Jan-June 1969
68 complete July-Dec. 1969
69 complete Jan.-June 1970
70 no. 1-4,6 July-Dec. 1970
71 no. 1-5 Jan.-May 1971
72 no. 1 July 1971
74 no. 1,4 Apr., July 1972

ANNALS OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Vol. 1 no. 1-4 June 1969-Jan. 1970
2 no. 1-9 Apr.-Dec. 1970
3 no. 1-4, 12 Jan.-Apr., Dec. 1971
4 no. 1-12 Jan.-Dec. 1972
5 no. 1-12 Jan.-Dec. 1973
6 no. 1-9 Jan.-Sept. 1974
7 no. 1-12 Jan.-Dec. 1975

ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Vol. 61 no. 2-4 Feb.-Apr. 1959
62 no. 2, 6 Aug., Dec. 1959
64 no. 6 Dec. 1960
66 no. 1 July 1961
67 no. 6 June 1962
68 no. 1-2 July-Aug. 1962
69 no. 5 May 1963
70 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1963
71 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1964
72 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1964
73 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1965
74 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1965
75 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1966
76 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1966
77 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1967
78 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1967
79 no. 1-3, 5 Jan.-Mar., May 1968
81 no. 5 May 1969
82 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1969
83 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1970
84 no. 1-2, 4-6 July-Dec. 1970
85 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1971
86 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1971
87 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1972
88 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1972
89 no. 1-6 Jan.-June 1973
90 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1973
91 no. 1-3, 5-6 Jan.-June 1974
92 no. 1-6 July-Dec. 1974
93 no. 1-3, 5-12 Jan.-Dec. 1975
94 no. 1 Jan. 1976
734 ABANDONED 02/09/1976 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. 2 Boxes of Duplicate Journals 840 ABANDONED 03/1979 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A.
Advertising of Ophthalmic Goods and Services. Staff report to the Federal Trade Commission and Proposed Trade Regulation Rule. Division of Special Projects, Bureau of Consumer Protection. January 15, 1976.

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3d ed. Chicago, Professional Press, 1944.

Barstow, Ralph. How to Succeed in Optometry. Chicago, The Illinois College of Optometry Press, 1959.

Betts, Emmett Albert. The Prevention and Correction of Reading Difficulties. Evanston, Ill., Row, Peterson & Co., 1936.

Blue Book of Optometrists. 30th ed. Chicago, Professional Press, 1970.

Directory of Agencies Serving the Visually Handicapped in the United States. 16th ed. New York, American Foundation for the Blind, 1969.

Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Rev. ed. Baltimore, printed by French-Bray Printing Co., 1948.

Eye Instrument Catalog. 8th ed. St. Louis, Storz Instrument Comapny, 1965.

Gibson, James J. The Perception of the Visual World. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1950.

Griffenhagen, George B., and Linda L. Hawkins, editors. Handbook of Non-Prescription Drugs. Washington, American Pharmaceutical Association, 1973.

Harmon, Francis L. Principles of Psychology. Milwaukee, Bruce Publishing Co., 1938.

Koetting, James F. The Use of Contact Lenses As An Aid in the Successful Conclusion of a Visual Training Patient. College of Optometry, University of Houston, 1967. (reprinted)

Laird, Dugan. A User's Look at the Audio-Visual World. Fairfax, Va., National Audio-Visual Association, 1973

McQuarrie, Charles William, and Charles Warren McQuarrie. Optometric Care Forms and Optometric Care Template. A manual designed to assist the optometrist in the examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients with visual-motor dysfunction. Duncan, Okla., Optometric Extension Program, 1974.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General Practitioners. 18th ed., rev. Baltimore, William Wood & Co., 1943.

Milkie, George M., compiler. Vision Standards Bibliography. St. Louis, American Optometric Association, 1974.

New Horizons in Health Care. Proceedings, First International Congress on Group Medicine, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, April 26-30, 1970. Printed by Wallingford Press Ltd., Winnipeg.

1978-79 Directory of Adult and Continuing Education Resources in Metropolitan St. Louis. St. Louis, Adult Education Council of Greater St. Louis, 1978.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, December 3-5, 1967, Portland, Oregon. Transcript of lectures. Portland, The Reporter Company.

Oatman, Edward L. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. 3 vols. Troy, NY, The Southworth Company, 1913.

Papers Presented at Second AOA Contact Lens Symposium, April 10,11,12, 1965, Berkeley, California, University of California. St. Louis, American Optometric Association, 1965.

Papers Presented at Third AOA Contact Lens Symposium, October 2,3, 1966, Indiana University, Bloomington. St. Louis, American Optometric Association, 1966. Paulu, Emanuel Marion. Diagnostic Testing and Remedial Teaching. Boston, DC Heath & Co. , 1924.

Planning for the Later Years. Social Security Administration, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, 1967?

Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists. 23d ed. Chicago, Professional Press, 1959.

Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists. 26th ed., 1965

Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists. 28th ed., 1969

Red Book of Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists. 29th ed., 1971

Refractive Anomalies of the Eye. A workshop... Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington, D.C., October 3-5, 1966. National Insitute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, U.S. Dept. Health, Education and Welfare, 1967. (NINDB monogr. 5)

Simmons, Robert C., and James R. Butler. Forms and Procedures for the Optometric Center. Clinton, Iowa., the authors, 1965.

Skeffington, A.M. Differential Diagnosis in Ocular Examination. Published by the author, 1931. (Created and bound by A.J. Cox & Co., Chicago)

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. 3d ed. Philadelphia, The Blakiston Co., 1944.

Visual Science Information Center. Thesaurus. Berkeley, Calif., Visual Science Information Center, School of Optometry, University of California, 1971.

Zoethout, William D. Physiological Optics. 3d ed. Chicago, Professional Press, 1939.

Zoethout, William D., and W.W. Tuttle. Textbook of Physiology. 8th ed. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Co., 1943.

Miscellaneous papers, pamphlets, office aids from Professional Practice Consultants, New York.

ADVANCES IN CONTACT LENSES (5 issues)
Feb. 1970
May, 1970
May, 1971
Aug. 1971
Nov. 1971

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY S PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS (32 issues)
August, 1965
Jan-Dec. 1977 (12 issues)
Jan., March, May-Dec. 1978 (10 issues)
Jan.-Apr., July-Nov. 1979 (9 issues)
A reprint: Sept. 1976 (53:9-pt. 2) pp. 527-75

CONTACT LENS MEDICAL BULLETIN
Jan/March, 1969

CONTACT & INTRAOCULAR LENS MEDICAL JOURNAL (19 issues)
Jan/June, 1975
July/Sept. 1975
Oct/Dec. 1975
Jan/March, 1976
April/June, 1976
July/Sept. 1976
Oct/Dec. 1976
Jan/March, 1977
April/June, 1977
July/Sept. 1977
Oct/Dec. 1977
Jan/March, 1978
April/June, 1978
July/Sept. 1978
Oct/Dec. 1978
Jan/March, 1979
April/June, 1979
July/Sept. 1979
Jan/March, 1980

CONTACT LENS FORUM (44 issues)
May, 1976 (2 issues)
June, 1976
July, 1976
Sept. - Nov. 1976
December, 1976 (2 issues)
Jan.-June, 1977
July, 1977 (2 issues)
August, 1977
September, 1977 (2 issues)
October, 1977
Jan.-June, 1978
July, 1978 (2 issues)
Aug.-Dec. 1978
Jan.-June, 1979
August, 1979 (2 issues)
Sept.-Nov. 1979

CONTACT LENS JOURNAL (England) (32 issues)
Oct. 1969
Jan. 1970
Apr. 1970
Winter 1970/71
Spring, 1971
Summer, 1971
Autumn, 1971
Winter, 1971/72
Jan. 1972
April, 1972
July, 1972
Oct. 1972
Jan. 1973
April, 1973
July, 1973
5:8, 1977
May, 1977
July, 1977
Sept. 1977
Nov. 1977
Jan. 1978
March, 1978
May, 1978
June, 1978
July, 1978
Sept. 1978
Nov. 1978
Jan. 1979
May, 1979
July, 1979
Sept. 1979
Nov. 1979

CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL (11 issues)
1969
March, 1970
July, 1970
April, 1972
A reprint: Oct. 1972
July, 1972
Oct. 1972
Jan. 1973
May, 1973
(6:3) pp. 40-46
Aug. 1973
Dec. 1973
March, 1974

CONTACT LENS JOURNAL (USA) (7 issues)
June, 1974 March, 1975
Sept. 1974 June, 1975
Dec. 1974 Sept. 1975
Dec. 1975

CONTACTO (13 issues)
Nov. 1976
Jan. 1978
March, 1978
May, 1978
A reprint: June, 1959 (3:6)
July, 1978
Sept. 1978
Nov. 1978
March, 1979
May, 1979 (2 issues)
Sept. 1979
Nov. 1979
Jan. 1980

CURRENT ABSTRACTS ON CONTACT LENSES (23 issues)
Nov. 1971
Jan.-Dec. 1973 (12 issues)
Jan.-Nov. 1974 (10 issues)

INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS CLINIC (36 issues)
Sept/Oct. 1976
Nov/Dec. 1976
Jan/Feb. 1977
May/June, 1977
July/Aug. 1977
Sept/Oct. 1977
Nov/Dec. 1977 (6 issues)
Jan/Feb. 1978
Mar/Apr. 1978
May/June, 1978
July/Aug. 1978
Nov/Dec. 1978 (4 issues)
Jan/Feb. 1979
March/April, 1979
May/June, 1979 (4 issues)
July/Aug. 1979
Sept/Oct. 1979
Jan/Feb. 1980 (5 issues)

OPHTHALMIC LITERATURE (53 issues)
1967 V. 21 #6 & Index
1968 V. 22 #2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & Index
1969 V. 23 #1 - 6, & Index
1970 V. 24 SI - 6, & Index
1971 V. 25 #1, 3, 4, 5, 6, & Index
1972 V. 26 tl, 2, 4, 5, 6, & Index
1973 V. 27 #1 - 6, & Index
1974 V. 28 #1 - 6, & Index
1975 V. 29 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
1976 V. 30 #1

OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN
October, 1968

OPHTHALMOLOGY DIGEST
June, 1974

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT (22 issues)
March, 1975
Jan.-May, 1976
June, 1976 (2 issues)
July, 1976
Oct. 1976 (2 issues)
Nov. 1976
Dec. 1976
Jan. 1977
Feb. 1977
April - Aug. 1977
Oct. - Dec. 1977

OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY
October, 1979 (2 issues)

REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY (2 issues)
April 15, 1978
November 15, 1979

REVISTA DE LA SOCIEDAD MEXICANA DE OPTOMETRIA
November/December, 1972

UNIVERSAL ABSTRACTED (4 issues)
February, 1972
May, 1972
August, 1972
November, 1972

VISION INDEX (16 issues)
Cumulative issues: 1971, 1972, 1973 & 1974 (V. 1-4)
Sample Issue
March, 1971
June, 1971
Sept., 1971
March, 1972
June, 1972
Sept., 1972
March, 1973
June, 1973
Sept., 1973
March, 1974
Sept., 1974

WORLDWIDE ABSTRACTS: .CONTACT LENSES (20 issues)
V. 1, Jan-Dec. 1963 V. 4, Jan-Dec. 1966
V. 2, Jan-Dec. 1964 V. 5, Jan-Dec. 1967
V. 3, Jan-Dec. 1965 V. 6, Jan-June, 1968

Miscellaneous Bibliographies: 7
742 ABANDONED 03/10/1980 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. AUDIOCASSETTES
From American Optometric Association's National Optornetric Conference Week, 1972: "Low Vision" [4 tapes]

From Allergan Pharmaceuticals, 1978: "Hard Contact Lenses - Problems and Solutions" panel discussion (RA Koetting, NJ Bailey, CA Bayshore, TF Brungardt, B. Farkas) [1 tape, 2 copies]

From American Optometric Association's National Optometric Conference Week, 1973:
"What You Should Know About Flexible Lenses: 1973 Update"

From Professional Educational Programs, Inc., 23 tapes:
"Bitoric Lenses" by William D. Platt
"Cataracts" by Sherman Madere
"Contact Lens Pathology" by George Scott
"Design of an Office Procedure" by Paul Farkas
"Developmental Vision" by J. Baxter Swartwout [2 tapes]
"Diabetes" by Boris R. Boshell [2 tapes]
"Diagnostic Drugs" by Gerald Troy
"Diagnostic Tests for Strabismus and Amblyopia" by Donald J. Getz
"Fitting Flexible Contact Lens" by Cedric Passmore
"General Pathology Causing Minor Loss of Vision" by Don C. Turnbull
"Glaucoma Detection and Referral" by Ralph Z. Levene
"Griffin Naturalens" round table discussion
"Headaches" by Jess B. Eskridge
"Hypnosis" by Michael G. Harris
"Little Ideas that Pay Big Dividends" by Irving Bennett
"Optimum Optometric Care of the Contact Lens Patient" by Thomas F. Brungardt
"Paraprofessional Personnel" by Robert Koetting
"Pediatric Optometry: Strabismus and Amblyopia" by Marshall V. Mark
"Progressive Addition Lenses" by Irving Bennett, and "Dental Lenses" by RA Koetting
"Soft Lens Procedures" by Neal Bailey
"Visual Problems in Dyslexia" by Louis Anapolle

From Teach 'Em, Inc., 20 tapes:
"Answers to Your Questions About Contact Lenses"
"Background and Development of Enzyme Cleaners" Stuart Eriksen
"The Future of Hydrogel Lenses in Optometric Practice" Neil J. Bailey
"Hydrogel Lenses in Optometric Practice" Tom F. Brungardt
"Practice Management: Answering Questions About Contact Lenses" Robert A. Koetting
"Refractive Options in Hydrogel Lenses" Irvin Borish
"Small Contact Lens Technique" Charles Bayshore [2 tapes]
"Soft Lens Practice After Two Years" Robert A. Koetting
"Soft Lens Practice Management: How-to Build a Practice" Robert A. Koetting
"Soft Lens Practice Management: How to Fit Presbyopes" Robert A. Koetting
"Soft Lenses 1975: A State of the Art" Robert A. Koetting
"Visual Examination and Evaluation of Young Patients" W. Keith Wilson, Robert M. Wold [3 tapes]
"What Optometrists Should Know About Pharmacology" James F. Koetting [4 tapes]
"Why An Administrative Assistant May Be Better Than Another Doctor" Robert A. Koetting

"Fundus Examination Utilizing the Ophthalmoscope" Jess B. Eskridge

Audio Digest Foundation. "Ophthalmology" vol. 7s, #23

OOA Tape program, v.l #1: "Refractive Changes Having Medical Significance" Don L. Lewis, M.D. (1970)

"B&L Soflens demonstration, Portland, Ore., June 1971"

"Sarver - S.L., 1971"

"Soft Lens (LACO seminar)" [3 tapes]
740 ABANDONED 03/11/1980 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. 1 Technicolor Super 8 Optical Sound Projector, model 1000A, complete with instructions for use & maintenance.

1 Retention Communication Systems Super 8 Cassette AV Unit, model MS-10, complete with operating instructions. Softcon (TM) on front of unit.

1 Universal Contact Lens Analytical Graphic Computer, Contact Lens Research, Lexington, KY, Copyright 1961. 8^ x 11, printed in green ink on one side, and red ink on the other.

CLAO Papers Contact Lens Association for Optometry, Chicago, Illinois,
v.l #3-8 July-December 1959
v.2 January-December 1960 (2 copies #6, June)
v.3 #1-3 January-March 1961
752 ABANDONED 04/23/1980 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. American Association of Workers For the Blind Blindness 1970. Washington, DC, A.A.W.B., 1970. 245 pages.

American Association of Workers for the Blind Blindness 1971. Washington, DC, A.A.W.B., 1971. 242 pages.

American Association of Workers for the Blind Blindness 1972. Washington, DC, A.A.W.B., 1972. 223 pages.

Physician's Desk Reference. 29th Edition, 1975. Oradell, NJ, Medical Economics Company, 1975. 2040 pages + Supplement A & B.

National Audio-Visual Association, Inc. The Audio-Visual Equipment Directory. 18th Edition, 1972-1973. Fairfax, Virginia, National Audio-Visual Ass'n., Inc., 1972.

Modern Plastics Encyclopedia, 1972-1973. Vol. 49, #10A, October 1972. Highstown, NJ, Modern Plastics.

Modern Plastics Encyclopedia, 1974-1975, Vol. 51, #10A, October 1974. Highstown, N.J., Modern Plastics.

"Cataracts to Contacts" Technicolor Super 8 movie cartridge.

"Sof-Lens" Technicolor sound movie cartridge.

"Applying Eye Drops" A-V Scientific film cartridge for use in La Belle projectors. 2 copies.
753 ABANDONED 05/30/1980 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Books and personal papers 908 ABANDONED 07/02/1981 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. The Modern Treatment of Ocular Imbalances with the Genothalmic Kratometer. Geneva, NY:Shur-On Standard Optical Company, 1926.

Optometric Procedure, Basic and Supplementary, by E. LeRoy Ryer, and Elmer E. Hotaling.American Optical Company, 1941.

Procedure in Ocular Examination, by A. M. Skeffington. Chicago: A.J. Cox & Co., 1928.

Refraction and How to Refract; Including Sections on Optics, Retinoscopy, the fitting of Spectacles and Eye-Glasses, etc.5th, rev. ed.Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1911, c1910.

The Shadow Test in Ocular Diagnosis, by George A. Rogers. Chicago: The Optic Press, 1905.
754 ABANDONED 09/03/1981 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. "Breaking Out of Traditional Practice Patterns," by Robert A. Koetting, O.D. 3 audiocassettes by Teach 'Em, Inc., 1981. 757 ABANDONED 10/01/1981 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. "Opportunities for the 80's: Cosmetic Extended-Wear Contact Lenses, An Audiovisual Seminar" by Paul Farkas, O.D., Robert Koetting, O.D., and Melvin Remba, O.D., 98 slides & cassette, produced by Barnes Hind Hyprocurve. 758 ABANDONED 03/10/1983 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Fiddler On The Floor. A collection of stories from different ports of the World of mislaid contact lenses that have been recovered. Cartoons by Owen Akers. London: Chester House, 1983. (49p. Published in aid of the Fight for Sight Campaign and the London Refraction Hospital.) 759 ABANDONED 06/20/1983 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. 27 colored slides depicting various eye conditions such as injury scar, corneal transplant, keratoconus, etc., and soft contact lens problems such as scratches, deposits, etc. 760 ABANDONED 04/04/1984 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Briddell, Connie. The Koetting Touch: Optimum Management of The Progressive Practice. St. Louis: Vision Publications, 1985. 761 ABANDONED 01/15/1985 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Cassette tapes: 3 program, AOA Cong., 1980 (3 tapes)
1 program, Ind. Optometrie Ass'n, 1985 (3 tapes)
5 program, Southwest Congress, 3/83, (5 tapes)
1 program, AOA Conge, 1982 (2 tapes)
8 additional programs (total of 13 tapes)
960 ABANDONED 07/29/1986 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry vol. 60, no. 20, Nov. 18, 1927 762 ABANDONED 02/02/1987 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. Borish Cylinder Machine 811 ABANDONED 8/19/1996 St Louis
KOETTING, ROBERT A. KOETTING, ROBERT A. 2017.FIC.0311 ~ Lamp, Slit - R.A. Koetting CMG Contact BioMicroscope Roberts Ophthalmic Instruments. 1234 ABANDONED  
KORB, DONALD R. KORB, DONALD R. Copy of: Publications listing
Curriculum vitae
photograph
1001 ABANDONED 06/06/1986 Boston
LADERMAN, MARTIN LADERMAN, MARTIN LeConte, Joseph, Sight; An Exposition of the Principles of Monocular and Binocular Vision. (The International Scientific Series) New York, D. Appleton & Company, 1881. 726 ABANDONED 05/02/1979 Pheonix
LADERMAN, MARTIN LADERMAN, MARTIN Baillart, P. The Retinal Circulation, in the Normal and Pathological State. Chicago : The Professional Press, 1928.

Ryan, Robert E. Headache : Diagnosis and Treatment. 2nd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1957.

Hering, Ewald. Spatial Sense and Movements of the Eye. Baltimore: The American Academy of Optometry, 1942.

Strauss, Alfred A. and Laura E. Lehtinen. Psychopathology and Education of the Brain-Injured Child. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1947.

Kestenbaum, Alfred. Clinical Methods of Neuro-Ophthalmologic Examination. New York : Grune & Stratton, 1947.

Dvorine, Israel. Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Baltimore : Waverly Press, 1939.

Northwest Congress of Optometry, Dec. 13-15, 1953, Portland, Oregon. (Transcript of papers from the meeting. Paper cover.)

Chalfant, James C. and Margaret A. Scheffelin. Central Processing Dysfunctions in Children : A Review of Research. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969. (paper cover)

Bronson, L. D. Early American Specs. Glendale, CA: Occidental Publishing Co., 1974. Obrig, Theo E. Contact Lenses. Philadelphia : The Chilton Co., 1942.

Parsons, John Herbert. Diseases of the Eye. 8th ed. New York : Macmillan, 1936.

DeSchweinitz, George E. Diseases of the Eye: A Handbook of Ophthalmic Practice for Students and Practitioners. 10th ed. Philadelphia : W.B. Sounders, 1924.

Anderson, W.A.D. Synopsis of Pathology. 2nd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1946.

Traquair, H. M. An Introduction to. Clinical Perimetry. 6th ed., revised. St. Louis : C.V. Mosby Co., 1949

Salvatori, Philip L. The Story of Contact Lenses. New York : Obrig Laboratories, 1960.

Tassman, I. S. The Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1942.

Adler, Francis Heed. Physiology of the Eye : Clinical Application. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1950.
727 ABANDONED 10/09/1991 Pheonix
LANE, BEN C. LANE, BEN C. Bulletin of the New Jersey Academy of Science
Fall 1972 - Optometric Section Program on p. 46
1973, (complete)
1974, (complete)
1975, (complete)
1976 - Fall
1977 - Spring, volume 22 (2)
1978, volume 23, (1,2)

Optometric Journal & Review of Optometry
1927, volume 64, excerpts
1958, volume 95, (12-16)
1960, volume 97, (18, 21-24)

American Journal of Optometry
1930, volume 7, (l-ll)
1935, volume 12, (1-3, 5-12)
1937, volume 14, (l-9, 11)
1938, volume 15, (1-7, ll, lz]
1940, volume 17, (1, 3, 4, 6-8, 10-12)

American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry
1941, volume 18, (4-12)
1942, volume 19, (1, 6)
1943, volume 20, (8, 12)
1944, volume 21, (4-8, 10-12)

29 assorted monographs including Ocular Psychometry; PSCO Special Edition, June 1940; The Chrome-Orthoptist, volume 1 (1,5), 1939 & others

Journal of the American Optometric Association
1934, volume 5, excerpts
volume 6 & 7, excerpts
volume 7 (3) excerpt, pp. 15-26
voume 14 (2 coipes of #12)
volume 15 (5, 9, 10, 12)
1947, volume 19 (1, 2, 3)
1958, volume 30 (2)
1959, volume 30 (6-12)

Optometric Weekly and The Optometrist & Optician
1926, 4/15, 5/6 Skeffington excerpts

The Optometric Weekly
1935, Dec. 12, cover only
1947, volume 38, complete except for 7, 11, 16, 20, 21, 23, 34
1948, volume 39, (1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17, 20, 24, 26-30, 32, 37-40, 42-44, 46-51)
1949, volume 40, (Jan. 6, Jan. 13, Jan. 27, Feb. 24-April 28, May 19-June 30, July 14-Dec. 29)
1950, volume 41, except for 22 and 6
1951, volume 42, except for 1, 7, 11, 18, 19, 33, 41, 47, 49
1952, volume 43, (1-7, 9, 11-15)
1954, volume 45, (4, 10, 34, 40, 43, 50)
1955, volume 46, (10, 19, 20, 25, 39, 50)
1956, volume 47, (1, 4, 5, 11, 17, 23, 24, 31, 32, 37, 38, 42, 43, 45, 47, 48, 52)
1957, volume 48
1958, volgme 49, (7, 9, 19, 23-25, 27-29, 31-52)

20 pounds of excerpts from Optical Journal & Review of Optometry and Optometric Weekly 1927-1937

Optometric Management
1968, volume 4 (March)
1969, volume 5, (7-12), plus extra copies
1970, volume 6, (1-12), plus extra copies
1971, volume 7, (1-12), plus extra copies
1972, volume 8, (1-12), plus extra copies
1973, volume 9, (1-12), plus extra copies
1974, volume 10, (1-5, 7-12)
1975, volume 11, (1-12)
1976, volume 12, (1-4, 6-12)
1977, volume 13, (1,3, April, May, June, July, 8)
1980, volume 16 (2)
1982, volume 18, (12)
1983, volume 19, (1,3,4, 6-12)
1984, volume 20, (1-8, 11, 12)
1985, volume 21, (1)

Contacto
1977, volume 21, (5, 6)
1978, volume 22, (1-6, complete)
1979, volume 23, (complete)
1980, volume 24, (1, 4-6)
1981, volume 25, (1-4, 6)
1983, volume 27, (1-3, 5)

Journal of Learning Disabilities
1971, volume 4, (complete)
1972, volume b, (complete except for 1, 5, 6, 10)
1973, volume 6, (complete except for 2)
1974, volume 7, (complete)
1975, volume 8, (complete)

Contact Lens Forum
1976, volume 1, (1,2)
1980, volume 5, (2, 2, 9)
1981, volume 6 (2)
1983, volume 8, (2, 2)
1984, volume 9, (3, 5-12)

Investigative Ophthalmology
1967, volume 6, (6, 8, 10, 12)
1974, volume 13, (1-12)
197b, volume 14
1976, volume 15
1977, volume 16, (1-12)

Vision Research
1967, volume 7, (1/2, January)
19/2, volume 12, (1-12 plus index)
1973, volume 13, (1-12 plus index)
1974, volume 14, (1-12 plus index)
1975, volume 15, (1-12, except 10)
1976, volume 16, (1-6, complete)
1977, volume 17, (1-9)

Teaching Exceptional Children
1973, Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
1974, Winter, Spring

Division for Children with Learning Disabilities Newsletter
volume2/Spring-Summer 1972
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LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. 1 book: Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, A Manual for Students. 6th edition. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1893. 251 pages, illustrated, (loose binding, test types missing) 699 ABANDONED 04/24/1984 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Margaret Darst Corbett. How to Improve Your Eyes; Simple Daily Drills in Relaxation. Los Angeles, CA: Willing Publishing Co., 1945, c1938. 95p. 700 ABANDONED 05/21/1987 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Parsons, John Herbert, Diseases of the Eye. 5th Edition. New York, Macmillan Company, 1927. 701 ABANDONED 09/02/1988 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Stimson, Russell L Optical Aids for Low Acuity. Los Angeles, Braille Institute of America, 1957. signed copy.

Salzmann, Maximilian, translation by Brown, E. V. L. The Anatomy and Histology of the Human Eyeball in the Normal State. Chicago, Photopress, Inc..August 1912. 4th impression, January 1947.
702 ABANDONED 07/24/1989 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Bausch & Lomb Ophthalmic Reference Book. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1948 reprint. 372p.

The Eye and Its Diseases, by 92 International Authorities. 2nd ed. Conrad Berens. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, c1949. (1092p.)

Light. Vision and Seeing. A Simplified Presentation of their Relationships and their Importance in Human Efficiency and Welfare. Matthew Luckiesh. 4th printing. New York: D. Van Nostrand, c1944, 1946 reprinting. (323p.)

May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. For Students and General Practitioners. 20th ed., ed. by Charles A. Perera. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1949. (512p.)

Physiological Optics. 3rd ed. W.D. Zoethout. Chicago: Professional Press, 1939. (406p.)

Researches in Binocular Vision. Kenneth N. Ogle. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1950. (345p.)

Vision. Its Development in Infant and Child. Arnold Gesell, Frances L. Ilg, Glenn E. Bullis. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, c!949, 1950 printing. (331p.)

Visual Thinking. Rudolf Arnheim. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, c!969, 1972 printing, (paperback, 345p. Ink underlinings)

Collected Letters of the International Correspondence Society of Optometrists. Sept. 1976 - Nov/Dec. 1982, as follows:
Vol. 1 no. 1-8, 10-12
Vol. 2 no. 1-12
Vol. 3 no. 1,3-7
Vol. 4 no. 1-3, 5
Vol. 5 no. 1-2
Vol. 6 no. 2-6
703 ABANDONED 10/09/1997 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Northwest Congress of Optometry, December 3,4,5, 1961, Portland, Oregon. The Reporter
Company, Portland, 1961 (Lectures of Skeffington, Murroughs, Shulman, and West. Workshops, appendix) 148 pages, paperbound
704 ABANDONED 06/20/2002 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. The Right Mind : Making Sense of the Hemispheres, by Robert Ornstein. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1997 705 ABANDONED 03/12/2003 Los Angeles
LE VINE, MYRON E. LE VINE, MYRON E. Why We See What We Do : An Empirical Theory of Vision, by Dale Purves and R. Beau Lotto. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, 2003 (ISBN 0-87893-752-8) 706 ABANDONED 03/2005 Los Angeles
LEEDS, JAMES P. LEEDS, JAMES P. The scrapbook of C. H. Brown, M. D. (see 542 Philadelphia Optical College) 1050 ABANDONED 04/21/1976 Carmel
LEEDS, JAMES P. LEEDS, JAMES P. Medicolegal Cases; Abstracts of Court Decisions of Medicolegal Interest 1936-1940. Compiled by the Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation, American Medical Association, Chicago, 1942. 721 ABANDONED 10/03/1977 Carmel
LEMOINE, ANTHONY LEMOINE, ANTHONY 1 pair of antique eye glasses 984 ABANDONED 05/03/1985 Bunkie
LESTER, PAUL J. LESTER, PAUL J. American Academy of Optometry. The Objects of the Academy and Manual of Instructions for Applicants. Minneapolis, American Academy of Optometry. [410.01 AAO KH 5/3/2018]

American Optometric Association. Guide for Speakers at Meetings Sponsored by the AOA. St. Louis, American Optometric Association, 1962.

American Optometric Association. Committee on Occupational Vision. Optometrist's Manual on Industrial Vision. St. Louis, American Optometric Association.

American Optometric Association. Committee on Civil Defense. The Role of the Optometrist in National Disaster (Oriented to the Optometric Mobilization Plan). Washington, B.C., U.S. Dept. Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Health Mobilization, 1966.

Atkinson, Thomas G., Oculo-Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3d ed. rev. and enl. Chicago, Professional Press, 1944.

Blue Book of Optometrists 1952. 21st ed. Chicago, Professional Press, 1952.

Clinical Procedure in Analytic Optometry. Duncan, Oklahoma, Optometric Extension Program, 1941.

De Re Medicina. 2d ed. Indianapolis, Indiana, Eli Lilly & Co., 1941.

Fairbairn, Thomas. A History of Twenty Seven Years of Streator Kiwanis Club Compiled by Thomas Fairbairn from Memory... Read to Streator Kiwanis Club...July 1, 1947.

Howe 11, William. A Text-book of Physiology for Medical Students and Physicians. 10th ed., thoroughly revised. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1927.

Lesser, S. K. Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry. Rev. ed. Duncan, Oklahoma, Optometric Extention Program, 1958.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Optical Dictionary, Including Pronunciation and Definition of the Words Used in Optometry and Ophthalmology. 3d ed., rev. and enl. Published by the author, 1908.

Manas, Leo. Visual Analysis Handbook. Chicago, Professional Press, 1952.

Noyes, H. G. Ocular Pathology as Seen by Optometrists. (Reprinted from Optical Journal & Review of Optometry.) Chilton Co., 1940.

Thorington, James. Refraction and How to Refract, Including Sections on Optics, Retinoscopy, the Fitting of Spectacles and Eye-Glasses, etc. 2d ed. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1902, c1900.

Journal of the American Optometric Association
v. 29 #5 December 1957

Optical Developments
v. 18 #5 May 1948

Optometric Extension Program Postgraduate Courses
Near Point Optometry v.6 1950-51
Introduction to the Taking of Visual Skills v.9 1950-51
Visual Training v.9 1950-51

Optometric Weekly
v.50 #42 Oct 15, 1959 Special Issue Mar. 3, 1960
56 #27 July 8, 1965 v. 60 #23 June 5, 1969

Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology
v. 59 #3 May/June 1955

O.E.P. Record of the Month
#322-323, 325-326, 328, 332 (1964-65)
718 ABANDONED 04/06/1977 Streator
LEVENE, JOHN R LEVENE, JOHN R Levene, John R. "Bibliography of Visual Science Dissertations and Theses." Reprinted from the American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry Vol. 45, No. 9, September 1968.

Levene, John R. 'De La Hire1 17th Century Contact Lens." Reprinted from Contacts, Vol. 25, No. 2, March-April 1969.

Levene, John R. "Early Microscope Applied to Visual Optics." Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, Vol. 1, Part 2, 1966.

Levene, John R. "Early Studies in Visual Optics, with particular reference to the Mechanism of Accomodation." Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, Vol. 2, pp. 139-150, 1967.

Levene, John R. "Go Bo Airy's Model Eye." Reprinted from Medical History, Vol. 10, No. 2, April 1966.

Levene, John R. "Nevil Maskelyne, F.R.S., and the Discovery of Night Myopia." Reprinted from Notes and records of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 20, No. 1, June 1965.

Levene, John R. "Sir David Brewster and the Measurement of Refractive 'Power'." Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, Vol. 1, Part 2, 1966.

Levene, John R. "Sources of Confusion in Descartes's Illustrations, with Reference to the History of Contact Lenses." Reprinted from History of Science, Vol. 6, 1967.

Levene, John R. "Thomas Young, 1773-1829." From Olby, R. C., ed. Early nineteenth century European scientists. Oxford (Eng.), Pergamon Press, 1967.

Levene, John R. "Thomas Young's Contribution to Curved Image Surface Theory." Reprinted from the Optician, February 4, 1966.

Levene, John R. "True Inventors of the Keratoscope and Photo-Keratoscope." Reprinted from the British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 2, Part 4, No. 8, December 1965.
713 ABANDONED   Bloomington
LEVENE, SUSAN LEVENE, SUSAN 5 boxes of the late Dre Levene's correspondence & papers (only 1 of the boxes has been opened)

1 box of correspondence & papers.
870 ABANDONED 02/24/1990 Memphis
ARIZONA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION LEVIN, ALVIN Optoper L'Opto. Mario Bortolato, cartoonist. Published by Societa Italiana Optometria, 1979. [captions translated into English] 709 ABANDONED 11/27/1979 Calisle
ARIZONA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION LEVIN, ALVIN 48, 2"x2" color slides of office staff and building, American Optometric Association
headquarters, 4030 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, Missouri.
708 ABANDONED 01/14/1985 Calisle
ARIZONA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION LEVIN, ALVIN Perera, Charles A., ed. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 20th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1949. 512p.

Grant, J.C. Boileau. A Method of Anatomy, Descriptive and Deductive. 4th ed. Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkins, 1948. 852p.

Ranson, Stephen W. The Anatomy of the Nervous System, Its Development and Function.
8th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Co., 1947. 532p.

Duke-Elder, W. Stewart. Text-Book of Ophthalmology. Volume 1: The Development, Form,
and Function of the Visual Apparatus. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1938. 1136p.

Wolff, Eugene. The Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: The Blakiston
Company, 1948. 440p.

Ophthalmology Prescription Handbook, a Guide to Topical Ophthalmic Specialties. Pasadena, CA: E.J. Browning Medical Publications, 1964. 149p.

Littlefield, J.E. Optometry. The Littlefield System of Eye and Nerve Measurements. Published by the author, c1905. 240p.

Stedman's Practical Medical Dictionary. 16th ed., ed. by Norman B. Taylor, Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkins, 1946. 1291p.

Jordan, Edwin 0. and William Burrows. Textbook of Bacteriology. 14th ed. Philadelphia:
W.B. Sounders Co., c1945. 909p.

Duke-Elder, S. Stewart. Text-Book of Ophthalmology. Volume 2: Clinical Methods of
Examination, Congenital and Developmental Anomalies.... St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co.,
1944.

Physicians' Desk Reference for Ophthalmology, 1972. Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics Co., c1972.

Physicians' Desk Reference for Ophthalmology, 1974/75. Oradell, NJ: Medical Economics
Co., c1974.

Apell, R.J. and R.W. Lowry, Jr. Preschool Vision: Tests, Diagnosis, Guidance. St. Louis:
American Optometric Association, 1959. 189p.

Grant, J.C. Boileau and H.A. Gates. A Handbook for Dissectors. 3rd ed. Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkins, 1948. 415p.

Duke-Elder, W. Stewart. Text-Book of Ophthalmology. Volume 4: Neurology of Vision,
Motor and Optical Anomalies. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1949.

Gruman, Harris. New Ways to Better Sight. Harrisburg, PA: The Telegraph Press, 1950.
207p.

Perera, Charles A., ed. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 22nd ed. Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkins Co., 1957. 518p.

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3rd ed. Chicago:
Professional Press, 1944. 388p.

Gregg, James R. Your Future in Optometry. New York: Richards Rosen Press, 1960. 160p.

The Home Seminar Course in Retirement Life-Planning. NHO Consultants, 1979.

Ophthalmology Prescription Handbook; A Guide to Ophthalmic Specialties. 2nd ed. Tustin, CA: E.J. Browning Medical Publications, 1968. 139p.

Brown, C.H. The Optician's Manual, A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Optometry.
Volume 2: Myopia, Hypermetropia, Astigmatism and Muscular Anomalies. Philadelphia:
Keystone Publishing Co., 1918. 405p.

Hirsch, Monroe J. and Ralph E. Wick, eds. Vision of Children, An Optometric Symposium. Chilton Books, 1963. 434p.

Tiffin, Joseph. Industrial Psychology. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1944, c1942. 386p.

Hofstetter, Henry W. Optometry: Professional, Economic, and Legal Aspects. St. Louis:
C.V. Mosby, 1948. 412p.

Briscoe, Herman T. General Chemistry for Colleges. 3rd ed. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin
Co., 1943. 936p.

MacElree, George A. Manual of Ocular Pathology for Optometrists. 5th ed. Philadelphia:
Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, 1947. 494p.

Smith, Philip and Wilfred M. Copenhaver. Bailey's Text-Book of Histology, llth ed.
Baltimore: Williams & V/ilkins Co., 1944. 786p.

Bronson, L.D. Early American Specs. Glendale, CA: Occidental Publishing Co., 1974. 188p.

Smith, Lawrence W. and Edwin S. Gault. Essentials of Pathology. 3rd ed. Philadelphia:
Blakiston Co., 1948. 764p.
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LEVY, IRVING E. LEVY, IRVING E. Von Noorden & Mauncull: Atlas of Strabismus
Kronfeld-McHugh-Polyak: The Human Eye in Anatomical Transparencies
Mary Och: Developmental Skills & School Achievement
Vincett: Perceptual Training Manual (2 copies)
Morgan: Optometric Optics
Simmons: Synopsis of Jurispredence of Optometrists
Shaiffer: Synopsis of Glaucoma for Optometrists
Fry: Optometry Notes (1939-1940)
Fry: Optometry Notes (1940-1941)
AO Co.: Analysis of Prismatic Effects in Bifocal Lenses
Gardner: Fundamentals of Newology
May: Dialysis of the Eye (copy of 8th ed. And copy of 17th ed.)
Peter: Extra-Ocular Muscles (copy of 1st ed. And copy of 3rd ed.)
Hering: Spatial Sense
Jackson: Skiascopy
Atkinson: Technic of Refraction, Trial Case and Refraction Instruments
Atkinson: Oculs. Refractive Procedure Analysis Treatment
Baldwin & Shick: Corneal Contact Lenses
Clapers: Amblyopia
Needles Institute of Optometry: Correspondence Course
Ryer and Hoting: Optometric Procedure
Stimson: Optical Aids for low acuity
Contmental Optical Co: Essentials of Modern Lens Theory & Practice
Katzen & Wilson: Rehabilitation of a Child's Eyes
Begbie: Seeing & The Eye
Luckish: Seeing & Human Welfare
Guirsd, Soper & Sampoon: Corneal Contact Lenses
Tackerning: Physicalogical Optics
Harrington: The Visual Fields
Tassman: Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases
Smith: Clinical Orthoptic Procedure
Pascal & Noys: The Optometrists Handbook of Eye Diseases
Wolff: The Anatomy of the Eye and Optics
Wolff: The Pathology of the Eye
Perkins & Hansell: An {?} of Diseases of the Eye
Duorvie: Analytical Refraction and Optometry
Ryan: Headache-diagnosis and treatment
Appell & Lowry: Preschool Vision
Goldberg: Biochemistry for Contact Lens Practice
Army: Study in Visual Acuity
Pascal: Sketches Studies in Visual Optics
Hofstetter: Optometry Professional Economics and Legal Aspects
Hubon: Eyes and Intellects
Dusk-Elects: Textbook of Ophthalmogy
Brondich: Visual Fields
Rames: Helping Children Overcome Learning Deficiencies
Puleg: An Optical Primer
Athisser: Refracture Encyclopedia & Dictionary
Lischer: The Lischer Color Test
Lewis: Pocket Ophthalmalgia Dictionary & Encyclopedia
Peachham: Child Research Report No. 02-Ophthalmalgia.
New York State Optometric Association (D.K. Uttal, Editor) Year Book 1933, 1940, 1941, 1942
Needles Institute: Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye
Scobee: A Child's Eyes
Hazon: Ocular Orientation
Doggart: Ocular Sigmism Slit Lamp Microscopy
Borish: Clinical Refraction
Zoethout: Physiological Optics
Lesser: Fundamentals of Procedure & Analysis in Optometrist Examination
BVI: Why we See Like Human Beings
Atrum: How to Develop your Child's Intelligence
AOA: Current Optometric Information & Terminology
B&L: Bifocal Prescription Analysis Chart
ARC: First Aid Textbook
Buchinson: Bacteriology
OEP: Taking of Visual Skills; Visual Training
OEP: Visual Achievement Tests
Mazon: Synopsis of Corneal Contact Lens Fitting
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LOPRESTI, WARREN LOPRESTI, WARREN C. H. Brown. Clinics in Optometry... a Text-Book of the Practice of Optometry. Philadelphia, PA: The Keystone Publishing Co., 1907 681 ABANDONED 03/2000 San Francisco
LORING, JONAS H. LORING, JONAS H. Woll, Frederic A. FIRST REVISION OF OPTOMETRICAL SYLLABUSES AND STANDARDS May 1935. 680 ABANDONED 05/22/1967 Blasdell
LUDEMAN, PAUL A. LUDEMAN, PAUL A. 1 Convention badge from the 28th Annual Convention, Illinois State Society of Optometrists, Chicago, April 19-20, 1936, which was formerly the property of Dr. E. L. Colley, Chicago. 679 ABANDONED 12/18/1974 Chicago
VOLPE, BOSKEY, & LYONS LYONS, ELLIS 1 book: Hoopes, Ann, and Townsend Hoopes. Eye Power; Improved Self- Awareness, Vitality, and Mental Efficiency Through Visual Training. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979 677 ABANDONED 03/24/1980 Washington DC
MACK, ROBERT K. MACK, ROBERT K. CORNEAL CONTACT LENSES . Louis J. Girard, Editor. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1964.

EFFECTIVED STRABISMUS THERAPY . Israel Greenwald, O.D. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1979. (paper)

THE EYE AND SYSTEMIC DISEASE. Frederick A. Mausolf, Editor. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1975.

KIDS, BRAINS, & LEARING. Ray C. Wunderlich. St. Petersburg, FL: Johnny Reads, 1970.

OCULAR EXAMINATION, BASIS AND TECHNIQUE. Arthur H. Keeney. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1970.

OPHTHALMOLOGY; PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS. Frank W. Newell. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1965.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON CONTACT LENS PRACTICE. Jack Hartstein. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1968.

SOFT CONTACT LENS : SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE. Edited by Antonio R. Gasset and Herbert E. Kaufman. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1972.

SYMPOSIUM ON THE FLEXIBLE LENS : THE FUTURE OF FLEXIBLE LENSES VS. RIGID LENSES. Edited by Joseph L. Bitonte, Richard H. Keates . St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1972.

VISUAL AND PERCEPTUAL ASPECTS FOR THE ACHIEVING AND UNDERACHIEVING CHILD. Edited by Robert M. Wold, O.D. Seattle : Special Child Publications, 1969. (paper)

VISUAL IMAGERY: AN OPTOMETRIC APPROACH. Elliott B. Forrest, O.D. Duncan, OK:
Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1981. (paper)
660 ABANDONED 05/27/1993 Ferguson
MAER, STANLEY F. MAER, STANLEY F. 2017.FIC.2556--Trial Lens Set, Contact. Square case with 19 scleral contact lenses. Feinbloom Contact Lenses, Inc. New York, NY. USE Patents 2,129,304-2,178,873-2,196,066 Canadian Pats 385,633-377,675, 675 British Pats, 495,491-487,186. 1275 ABANDONED 11/26/1986 Creve Coeur
MAER, STANLEY F. MAER, STANLEY F. one hand Wolfe tonometer, Model #C831 , in a velvet-lined case

Feinbloom early scleral contact lens trial set U.S. Patents 2,129,304 - 2,129,305 - 2,178,873 - 2,196,066 also patented in Canada and the U.K.

one AO TilIyer lens set

one ophthalmometer

659 ABANDONED 11/26/1986 Creve Coeur
MAER, STANLEY F. MAER, STANLEY F. One Cameron-Spitler Amblyo-Syntonizer 659.1 ABANDONED 11/26/1986 Creve Coeur
MAGNAN, HEROLD E MAGNAN, HEROLD E Wilkinson, Oscar Strabismus; its etiology and treatment. Boston, Meader Publishing Company, 1943.

Taylor, Earl A. Controlled reading; a correlation of diagnostic teaching and corrective techniques. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1937.

Uttal, Do K., ed. The 1938 year book of optometry. New York, New York State Optometric Association, 1938.

Uttal, Do Ko, ed. The 1936 year book of optometry. New York, New York State Optometric Association, 1936.

six eyeglass chains
656 ABANDONED 09/08/1969 Watertown
MAGNAN, HEROLD E MAGNAN, HEROLD E Atkinson, Thomas G. Ocular muscles and fusion. Chicago, The Professional Press, Inc., (C 1933). 192 pages.

Boeder, Paul Analysis of prismatic effects in bifocal lenses. n.p., American Optical Company, (C 1939). 29 pages.

Bothman, Louis, and Crowe, Samuel J. The 1940 year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1940). 658 pages.

Bothman, Louis, and Crowe, Samuel J. The 1941 year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1941). 648 pages.

Bothman, Louis, and Crowe, Samuel J. The 1943 year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1943) . 580 pages.

Bothman, Louis, and Crowe, Samuel J. The 1945 year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat.Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1945). 544 pages.

Bothman, Louis, and Crowe, Samuel J. The 1946 year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1946).543 pages.

Fry, Glenn A, Blur of the retinal image. Columbus, The Ohio State University Press, 1955. 120 pages.

Moench, Louis G. Headache. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, (C 1947) . 207 pages.

Ryer, E. LeRoy Ophthalmometry. New York, The Optical Publishing Co., (C 1925). 220 pages.

Transactions of the thirty-seventh annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology, Montreal, Canada, September 19-23, 1932.

The 1937 year book of optometry. D. K. Utall, editor. New York State Optometric Association.

Zoethout, William D. A textbook of physiology. 2nd. edition. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby Company, 1925. 616 pages.
657 ABANDONED 08/27/1973 Watertown
MAGNAN, HEROLD E MAGNAN, HEROLD E 1 copy, directions for use of B & L electric assembling
machine for assembling Loxit mountings.
927 ABANDONED 11/12/1982 Watertown
MALICKY, LARRY E. MALICKY, LARRY E. 2 copies Major Medical & Medicare for Optometry 887 ABANDONED 03/1989 Columbus
MALONE, WILLIE J. MALONE, WILLIE J. 2 copies of his book The Third Eye; The Eye of Faith 897 ABANDONED 12/08/1980 Elizabethton
MARBOURG, JAMES MARBOURG, JAMES a copy of his senior research paper "Evaluation of Non-Flash Slit-Lamp Photography Using 35mm Microscope Adapter." 648 ABANDONED 08/12/1981 Bessemer
MARCH, ARTHUR F. MARCH, ARTHUR F. Bulletin Massachusetts Society of Optometrists volume xxviii, No. 1 - 10 September 1947 to June1948

Bulletin Massachusetts Society of optometrists Volume xxix. No. 1 - 10 September 1948 to June 1949

Interim Journal of the New England Council of Optometrists Volume 1, No. 1-4 September 1949 to December 1949

New England Journal of Optometry Volume I, No, I - 10, January to December 1950

New England Journal of Optometry Volume II, No. 1 - 10, January to December 1951
647 ABANDONED 03/20/1971 Concord
MARSH, J. JOE MARSH, J. JOE Lists of the names and addresses of Tennessee optometrists issued by the Tennessee State Board of Optometry. Cover title varies slightly. Total of 29 copies for the following years:
1907
1910
1913
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920, 2 copies
1921
1922
1923
1924
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931, 2 copies
1932
1933
1934
1936
1938
1939
1941
1946, 2 copies

Grady, Irby L A plain talk on the eye and some of its defects. Jackson, Tennessee, Irby L. Grady, (written about 1918 according to Dr. Grady). 12 pages. The last two pages are cut from the book.
646 ABANDONED 03/05/1973 Memphis
MCCOY, DORTHEA MCCOY, DORTHEA American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics
vol. year issues
51 1974 8
52 1975 5

Journal of the American Optometric Association
vol. year issues
16 1945 2
17 1945-46 12
18 1946-47 12
19 1947-48 12
20 1948-49 12
21 1949-50 12
22 1950-51 12
23 1951-52 12
24 1952-53 12
25 1953-54 12
26 1954-55 12
27 1955-56 12
28 1956-57 12
29 1957-58 12
30 1958-59 12
31 1959-60 12
32 1960-61 8
33 1961-62 12
34 1962-63 17
35 1964 12
36 1965 12
37 1966 11
38 1967 9
39 1968 11
40 1969 11
41 1970 12
42 1971 12
43 1972 9
44 1973 12
45 1974 10
46 1975 11
47 1976 10
48 1977 4

Optical Journal and Review of Optometry
vol. year issues
82 1945 14
83 1946 24
84 1947 24
85 1948 24
86 1949 24
87 1950 22
88 1951 24
89 1952 24
90 1953 24
91 1954 24
92 1955 24
93 1956 22
94 1957 24
95 1958 24
96 1959 24
97 1960 24
98 1961 24
99 1962 24
100 1963 24
101 1964 24
102 1965 24
103 1966 24
104 1967 24
105 1968 24
106 1969 20

Optometric Management
vol. year issues
1 1965 7
2 1966 6
3 1967 6
4 1968 8
5 1969 8
6 1970 9
7 1971 8
8 1972 3
9 1973 8
10 1974 10
11 1975 11
12 1976 10
13 1977 7

Optometric Weekly
vol. year issues
36 1945 31
37 1946 52
38 1947 52
39 1948 51
40 1949 50
41 1950 47
42 1951 52
43 1952 51
44 1953 53
45 1954 52
46 1955 52
47 1956 51
48 1957 51
49 1958 52
50 1959 53
51 1960 52
52 1961 52
53 1962 52
54 1963 52
55 1964 52
56 1965 51
57 1966 52
58 1967 52
59 1968 52
60 1969 52
61 1970 52
62 1971 51
63 1972 52
64 1973 52
65 1974 39
66 1975 46
67 1976 8
671 ABANDONED 10&11/1978 Witchita
MCMURDO, RAYMOND M. MCMURDO, RAYMOND M. "antique frames, lenses & parts. Also some
books."
851 ABANDONED 01/22/1975 Largo
GREGOR AND MCANDREW GREGOR AND MCANDREW 1980 photograph of an Optometric Office. 1001 ABANDONED 06/12/1980 Fargo
MCELFRESH, D. D. MCELFRESH, D. D. one 12 1/2 x 8 sepia tone group picture taken at the 1905 convention of the American Association of Opticians, Minneapolis, Minn. Several early leaders are identified in the picture.

one 5 x 7 portrait of the late Dr. J. William Brown of San Diego, California.
668 ABANDONED 07/22/1975 San Diego
MCLEOD, KENNETH A. MCLEOD, KENNETH A. Alger, Ellice M. Refraction and Motility of the Eye, With Chapters on Color Blindness and the Field of Vision, Designed for Students and Practitioners. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co., 1916.

Ball, James Moores. Modern Ophthalmology, a Practical Treatise on the Anatomy Physiology, and Diseases of the Eye. 4th ed. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co., 1916.

Ballenger, William Lincoln. Diseases of the Nose, Throat, and Ear, Medical and Surgical. 5th ed. Revised by Howard Charles Ballenger. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1925.

Beacher, L. Lester. Contact Lens Technique, A Concise and Comprehensive Textbook for Practitioners. 4th ed. Newark, N.J.; L. Beacher, 1946.

Beard, Charles H. Ophthalmic Semiology and Diagnosis. (An International System of Ophthalmic Practice, edited by Walter L. Pyle). Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1913.

Blue Book of Optometrists. 18th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1946.

Blue Book of Optometrists. 19th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1948.

Blue Book of Optometrists. 20th ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1950.

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. 2d ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1954.

Bugbee, L. W., and Bugbee, L. W., Jr. Bifocals. 3d ed. Indianapolis: Onepiece Bifocal Lens Co., 1923.

Copeland, J. C., and Lueck, Irving B., ed. A Compilation of Literature Pertaining to Studies in Duo-Chrome Refraction. Chicago: Riggs Optical Co., 1933.

Darier, A. Therapeutics. Translated by Sydney Stephenson. (An International System of Ophthalmic Practice, edited by Walter L. Pyle). Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1912.

Davis, A. Edward. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Nursing. 2d ed. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co., 1920.

Filderman, Irving P., and White, Paul F. Contact Lens Practice and Patient Management. Philadelphia: Chilton Book Co., 1969.

Franke, Ernst. Ocular Therapeutics, a Manual for the Student and Practitioner. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby, 1925.

Lewis, James J. State Board Examinations, Questions and Answers. Chicago: J. J. Lewis, 1919.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General Practitioners. 12th ed. New York: William Wood & Co., 1927.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Optometric Mathematics. Chicago: Northern Illinois College of Optometry, 1935. (textbook)

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Reference Text for Theoretical and Geometrical Optics. Chicago: Northern Illinois College of Optometry, 1937. (textbook)

Pascal, Joseph I. Studies in Visual Optics. St. Louis: C. V. Mosby, 1952.

Reik, H. 0. Safeguarding the Special Senses. Ctitle page missing, publisher and date unknown, 19[?]

Rogers, George A. The Muscles of the Eye, a Treatise on the Optical Functions of the Muscles in Normal and Abnormal States. Chicago: Professional Press, 1922.

Ryer, E. LeRoy. OphthaImometry. New York: Optical Publishing Co., 1925.

Sevringhaus, Elmer L. Endocrine Therapy in General Practice. 6th ed. Chicago: Year Book Publishers, 1948.

Sluder, Greenfield. Concerning Some Headaches and Eye Disorders of Nasal Origin. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, 1918.

Tassman, I. S. The Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases. (Medical Ophthalmology). 3d ed. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, 1951.

Tavs, Eric G. Questions and Answers in Optometry; A Preparatory Compend for State Board Examinations. Chicago: Professional Press, 1923.

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1916.

Wiener, Meyer. Ophthalmology in the War Years. Volume 1. Chicago: Year Book Publishers, 1946.

Zoethout, W. D. Physiological Optics. Chicago: Professional Press, 1927.

Zoethout, W. D. Textbook of Physiology. 4th ed. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, [19--] [title page missing, date unknown]

Marks, Roy. Trifocals, Their Theory and Application. Dayton, Ohio: Univis Lens Co., 19??

The Trifocal Handbook. Dyton, Ohio: Univis Lens Co., 19??

Univis General Purpose Trifocals. Dayton, Ohio: Univis Lens Co., 19??

Why You May Need Trifocals. Dayton, Ohio: Univis Lens Co., 19??

Woman's Work is Never Done. Southbridge, Mass.: American Optical Co., 19??

Hutchinson Presbyopic Chart. ("Trifocal demonstration for bifocal wearers") American Optical Company. [3 copies]

Instruction Manual for Lutes Nearpoint Chart. H. L. Instrument Company, San Gabriel, California.

Rotary Card no. 5, copyrighted 1935 by Dr. W. S. Farmer, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
666 ABANDONED 02/07/1979 Harrisburg
MCNABB, VERRELL O. MCNABB, VERRELL O. accumulation of optometric books, tapes and other materials, the tapes include include his friend who gave him the tapes trips to the Southwest Congress of Optometry in Fort Worth, his participation in seminars conducted by Dr. Renshaw at Ohio State, and others

73 7 inch reels were removed from donation to send to OEP.
664 ABANDONED 01/23/1989 Morrilton
MCQUARRIE, CHARLES W. MCQUARRIE, CHARLES W. 1 book 867 ABANDONED 12/30/1977 Lancaster
METZGAR, FERD J. METZGAR, FERD J. pair of McAllister eyeglasses 645 ABANDONED 09/1994 Florence
MICHAUD, NORMAN G. MICHAUD, NORMAN G. The New Hampshire Optometric Association 1901-2000: Our Centennial Year. NHOA. Centennial Celebration Annual Meeting, Mount Washington Hotel and Resort, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, October 12-14, 2001 (souvenir program) 644 ABANDONED 11/13/2001 Goffstown
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION MILKIE, GEORGE M. 257 issues of optometric journals 144 ABANDONED 1968 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION MILKIE, GEORGE M. Amer. Journ. Optom. & Arch. A.A.O.
1968 4 issues
1967 10 issues
1966 12 issues
1965 12 issues
1964 12 issues
1963 1 issue
1962 4 issues
1961 12 issues
1960 12 issues
1959 12 issues
1950 2 issues

Journ. Amer. Optom. Ass'n
1968 9 issues
1967 12 issues
1966 13 issues
1965 11 issues
1964 12 issues
1963 12 issues
1962 12 issues
1961 2 issues

Journ. Calif. Optom. Ass'n
1967 4 issues
1966 2 issues
1965 5 issues
1964 9 issues
1963 11 issues
1962 13 issues
1961 11 issues
1960 5 issues
1959 3 issues
1958 5 issues
1957 3 issues
639 ABANDONED 1968 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION MILKIE, GEORGE M. One trial lens case, circa 1900, 640 ABANDONED 03/1974 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION MILKIE, GEORGE M. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY S ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
January, 1969 - December, 1969 (12 issues)
January, 1970 - August, 1970, November, 1970 & December, 1970 (10 issues)
January, 1971 - December, 1971 (12 issues)
January, 1972 - December, 1972 (12 issues)
January, 1973 - December, 1973 (13 issues, duplicate of Feb. 1973)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY S PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
January, 1974 - December, 1974 (13 issues, duplicate of Feb. 1974)
January, B75 - December, 1975 (14 issues, duplicates of Sept. & Dec. 1975)
January, 1976 - December, 1976 (13 issues, Sept. 1976 has 2 parts)
January, 1977, March, 1977 - Decmeber, 1977 (11 issues)
January, 1978 - December, 1978 (12 issues)
January, 1979 - June, 1979 (6 issues)
638 ABANDONED 01/23/1980 St Louis
MILKIE, GEORGE MILKIE, GEORGE American Academy of Optometry Records:

Directory of Members, AAO, Geographic, 1967


[410.01 AAO--KH 5/3/2018]
1160 ABANDONED  
EYECARE CONCEPTS, INC. MILLER, STEPHEN Copy of his book The Eye Care Book for Computer Users. 961 ABANDONED 09/1986 St. Louis
MOBLEY, EUGENE J. MOBLEY, EUGENE J. With his brother, Robert, he donated a 1921 Missouri license of his father "Limited Examination". 872 ABANDONED 09/06/1990 Overland
MOLENAAR, G. WESLEY MOLENAAR, G. WESLEY Deviation: "contribution of one antique
American Optical Company trial frame to ..
35 ABANDONED 09/11/1968 Lansing
MOLENAAR, G. WESLEY MOLENAAR, G. WESLEY Copy of The Practical Optician & other very old items, 864 ABANDONED 07/16/1976 Lansing
MOLENAAR, JAMES MOLENAAR, JAMES 1 antique trial frame 112 ABANDONED 06/1968 Lansing
MOORE, W. LIN MOORE, W. LIN "Notes, Abstracts, and Lectures on Caecanometry" 636 ABANDONED 04/22/1980 Muskogee
MOREWITZ, BERNARD A. MOREWITZ, BERNARD A. Clinical Lecture on Diseases of the Eye ("Diseases of the Eye") 1st edition, by A. Swain Mitchell, O.D.Richmond, Virginia, 1921. 635 ABANDONED 06/04/1990 Newport News
MORGAN, MEREDITH W. MORGAN, MEREDITH W. package of twelve photographs 634 ABANDONED 01/14/1986 Walnut Creek
MORRISON, ROBERT J. MORRISON, ROBERT J. Man of Vision: the Story of Dr. Robert Morrison. Based on interviews and research by Rosanne Knorr and Kevin Kremer. Osprey, FL: U.S. Publishing, 2006 (ISBN:0-9663335-5-1) 633 ABANDONED 10/2007 Harrisburg
MURRELL, STRATTON C. MURRELL, STRATTON C. Copy of an article "20/20 Vision: How You can See Your Way to it With Orthokeratology" from March 1982 issue of Let's Live. 911 ABANDONED 04/1982 Jacksonville
MYERS, RAYMOND MYERS, RAYMOND [Indiana University. Division of Optometry.] Graphical analysis of clinical optometric findings Bloomington (Ind.), Indiana Univ. Division of Optometry, [n.d.]. 199p Mimeographed copy. 624 ABANDONED 06/1969 Bloomington
MYERS, RAYMOND MYERS, RAYMOND 1.0 cubic foot box of AOSA records. See 420.01 AOSA for inventory and folder list. 16 ABANDONED 08/18/2017  
MYERS, RAYMOND MYERS, RAYMOND Items for C.L. museum 963 ABANDONED   Bloomington
NELSON, J. DENNIS NELSON, J. DENNIS Barstow, Ralph. How to Succeed in Optometry. Chicago: Illinois College of Optometry Press, 1948.

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. Chicago: Professional Press, 1949.

Brombach, T.A. Visual Fields. Fall River, Mass.: The Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, 1936.

Cantonnet, A., Filliozat, J. Strabismus, Its Re-Education: The Physiology and Pathology of Binocular Vision. First Edition. Translated by Dr. Max Coque. London: M. Wiseman & Co., 1934.

Copeland, J. C. A Simplified Method of Streak Retinoscopy. Chicago: Copeland Refractascope Company, 1936.

Gifford, Sanford R. A Textbook of Ophthalmology. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1939.

Grosvenor, Theodore P. Contact Lens Theory and Practice. Chicago: Professional Press, 1963. 425p.

Henning, William. The Practice of Modern Optometry. The American College of Optometrists, 1939.

Hofstetter, Henry W. Industrial Vision. Philadelphia: Chilton Company, 1956.

Kurtz, Jack I. The Prinicples and Practice of Ocular Physical Therapy for Optometrists. Written for Practitioners and Students. Minneapolis, Minn: The American Journal of Optometry, 1930.

Loeb, Carl. Handbook of Specific Light Therapy. 5th ed. Chicago: Actino Laboratories, 1930.

Peckham, R. M. The Modern Treatment of Binocular Imbalances with the Genothalmic Kratometer. 2nd ed. Geneva, N.Y.: Shur-On Standard Optical Company, 1928.

Sheard, Charles. The Sheard Volume: Selecteed Writings in Visual and Ophthalmic Optics. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., 1957.

Sheppard, L. Benjamin. Current Concepts of Diabetes Mellitus, With Speical Refference to Ocular Changes. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C Thomas, 1955.

Skeffington, A. M. Differential Diagnosis in Ocular Examination. Chicago: the author, 1931.

Wesley, Newton K. The Multi-Range Contact Lens and Related Subjects. Chicago: The Contact Lens Publishing Co., 1969.

All books in very good condition, with the exception of the first, which has red ink underlinings scattered through book.

1 issue of Gems of Knowledge, newsletter of Wesley Jessen, The Plastic Contact Lens Company, dated April 1970.

1 simple hand optometer, incomplete (sliding target missing) undated manufacturer unknown. Eye piece with lens and rod with concave and convex markings.
1051 ABANDONED 03/29/1984 N. Valley City
NELSON, J. DENNIS NELSON, J. DENNIS 38 books and 2 diagnostic tests mostly from the collections of:
J. Don Nelson, O.D., Fargo, ND
M. A. Bursack, O.D., Fargo, ND 58102
964 ABANDONED 08/07/1986 Valley City
NELSON, J. DENNIS NELSON, J. DENNIS box of 6 books and pamphlets. Told him on the phone that they arrived 10/5/88. 889 ABANDONED 10/04/1988 Valley City
NELSON, L.D. NELSON, L.D. 28 pair of eyeglasses (including shooting glasses &
others with colored lenses, pince-nez type, bifocals,
& standard spectacles.) 11 cases leather and metal
947 ABANDONED 06/15/1984 Vernon
NELSON, MELVIN R. NELSON, MELVIN R. Minnesota Optometrist, Volume 1, Number 2, May 1958 613 ABANDONED 10/15/1973 Blue Earth
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY NEWCOMB, ROBERT D., OD, MPH, FAAO Book. Hardback. Optometry Schools.

Newcomb, Robert D. (2014). Our History in Focus: The First 100 Years of the Ohio State University College of Optometry. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.
4 ABANDONED 12/08/2014 Columbus
NEWMAN, BYRON Y. NEWMAN, BYRON Y. Newman, Byron Y. A Romp Through an Eye Examination." 1038 ABANDONED 03/27/1993 Westminster

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
NOLAN, CHARLES A. NOLAN, CHARLES A. 1 copy, audiocassette, "Diag. & Treating CL (Giant Pap.) Conjunctivitis." 2nd copy, x-245 890 ABANDONED 10/31/1988 Baton Rouge
NOLAN, CHARLES A. NOLAN, CHARLES A. Preservers' Panel 3: FluoroPerm 30 RGP Contact Lenses. Paragon Optical, 1989. 1 audiocassette tape.

Prescribers1 Panel 4: FluoroPerm 30 RGP Contact Lenses. Paragon Optical, 1989. 1 audiocassette tape.

Prescribers' Panel 5: FluoroPerm 60 RGP Contact Lenses. Paragon Optical, 1989. 1 audiocassette tape.
605 ABANDONED 06/08/1990 Baton Rouge
NOLAN, CHARLES A. NOLAN, CHARLES A. 1 videocassette (1/2" VHS) from the "EyeSat" series by CMESat, Sarasota FL, (Continuing Professional Education in Ophthalmology, v.3 nos. 12,13,14,15,16) 606 ABANDONED 11/03/1999 Baton Rouge
NOLAN, CHARLES A. NOLAN, CHARLES A. 6 video cassettes, 1/2 HS, from the 2nd Annual Contact Lens Symposium, 9/7-8/84.
1 video cassette, 1/2 VHS, Fl ujjroJPjrm, Paragon Optical.
1 audiocassette, "Fluoropolymer RGP Contact Lenses: Prescribers1 Panel", Paragon Optical.
1 audiocassette, "Prescribers1 Panel II: The FluroPerm RGP Lens System, 1/13/88."
891 ABANDONED 1988-1989 Baton Rouge
NYQUIST, WADE W. NYQUIST, WADE W. Mid-West Optometric Journal
v.21, #12 October, 1954
604 ABANDONED 11/15/1982 West Point
NYRE, ROBERT P. NYRE, ROBERT P. Atlas of Ophthalmology [CD-ROM] Richard K. Parrish. Univ. of Miami, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. Current Medicine, Inc. (n.d.) [2 CD set]

Duane's Clinical Ophthalmology on CD-ROM. 1999 ed. William Tasman and Edward Jaeger. Lippincott Williams &Wilkins [1 CD]

Duane's Clinical Ophthalmology on CD-ROM. 2000 ed. William Tasman and Edward Jaeger. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins [1 CD]

Duane's Clinical Ophthalmology on CD-ROM. 2001 ed. William Tasman and Edward Jaeger. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins [1 CD]

Tri-Service Vision Conservation and Readiness Program. U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, c2001 [1 CD-ROM]
602 ABANDONED 2003 Minot
NYRE, ROBERT P. NYRE, ROBERT P. Duane's Clinical Ophthalmology oh CD-ROM. 2004 edition. William Tasman and Edward A. Jaeger, editors. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004 [1 Computer optical disc, CD-ROM, for Windows and Macintosh] 603 ABANDONED 11/29/2004 Minot
OBREMSKEY, MICHAEL J. OBREMSKEY, MICHAEL J. Alger, Ellice M. Refraction and Mptility of the Eye; With Chapters on Color Blindness and the Field of Vision, Designed for Students and Practitioners. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 1918, c1910.

American Academy of Optometry. Report of the Transactions of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Optornetry. Held at Chicago, Illinois, December 1932.Minneapolis, Minn.: The American Journal of Optometry, 1933. [410.01 AAO or 160 or 454]

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo�Refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press,1944.(in very good condition)

Brown, C. H. Clinics in Optometry. A Text-Book of the Practice of Optometry. Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1907. (Handwritten inscription inside front cover: "The Opticians Manual by C H Brown M.D., Vol.1")

Brown, C. H. The Optician's Manual; A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Optometry. Volume 1.Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1908. (2 copies, 1 autographed on front fly leaf by "Edwin H Silver, 908 F St, N.W.")

Brown, C. H. The Optician's Manual; A Treatise on the Science and Practice of Optometry. Volume 2.. Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1918.

DeSchweinitz, George E. Diseases of the Eye; A Handbook of Ophthalmic Practice for Students and Pra'ctitioners. 8th ea. Philadelphia: W. B. Sounders Co., 1917.(very good condition)

Slade, W. W. The Making of a Mechanical Optician. A Treatise on the Equipment and Mechanical Work of Optometrists and Opticians. Philadelphia: Keystone Publishing Co., 1911.

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., c1916.

Whitnall, S. Ernest. The Anatomy of the Human Orbit and Accessory Organs of Vision. (The Oxford Medical Publications) London: Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, 1921.

1 diploma (framed, under glass) License to practice optometry in the state of Maryland, issued to James Allan, Jr., O.D., dated February 3, 1921.

1 diploma (framed, under glass) License to practice optometry in the District of Columbia, issued to James Allan, O.D., dated September 16, 1924.
599 ABANDONED 02/24/1982 Annandale
OBREMSKEY, MICHAEL J. OBREMSKEY, MICHAEL J. Some Remembrances of My Father, Charles Sheard, by Dorothy Sheard Allen. For presentation at the Sheard Centennial Symposium on Visual Science, Ohio State University, November 5-6, 1983. Ohio State Univ., 1983. (beneath Mrs. Allen's photograph, inside fron cover, this inscription: 1 for Michael Obremskey with appreciation, Dorothy Sheard Allen.") 601 ABANDONED 03/04/1985 Annandale
OHLBAUM, MORTON K. OHLBAUM, MORTON K. Ohlbaum, Morton K. Mechanical Resonant Frequency^ of the Human Eye in Vivo. (Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University, August 1973) Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Aerospace Medical Division, Air Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 1976. (AMRL-TR-75-113) 587 ABANDONED 09/1979 Fairborn
OLSON, VERNON G. OLSON, VERNON G. Goth, Andres. Medical Pharmacology, Principles and Concepts, 6th ed. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Co., 1972. 597 ABANDONED 05/02/1979 Eau Claire
OLSON, VERNON G. OLSON, VERNON G. One F. A. Hardy & Company Ophthalmometer. Patented July 16, 1901, August 27, 1901, and May 24, 1904. 598 ABANDONED 05/09/1979 Eau Claire
PALEY, BERNARD PALEY, BERNARD 1 archival copy of the AOA film "Know Thy'EYEself." Black & white, sound, 4 minutes. 582 ABANDONED 07/1980 Nanuet
PALMER, LINCOLN PALMER, LINCOLN 1 16 7/8 x 13 7/8 certificate from the Massachusetts Optometrical Society dated December 30, 1913 certifying that Briggs Samuel Palmer is a member in good standing. Certificate #46.

1 12 x 17 5/8 parchment certificate from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts appointing Briggs S. Palmer of Lynn to be a member of the Board of Registration in Optometry for a term of three years. The certificate has the seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is signed by the Governor Eugene N. Foss, and is dated July 3, 1936
576 ABANDONED 03/23/1972 Swampscott
PARKS, B. B. PARKS, B. B. 1 "Porto-Clinic" The complete, portable, psychophysical driver testing unit. Made by Porto-Clinic Instruments, Inc., 298 Broadway, New York, NY. A wooden box cabinet, 11" x 18" x 18", two sides of which open out on hinges, revealing acuity test charts (inside the doors), a timer, various tests and devices to be used in testing visual acuity and skills of the driver being examined. Leather carrying handle on top, and dust cover. In fine condition. 575 ABANDONED 03/16/1983 Greenville
PEASLEE, ROLAND G. PEASLEE, ROLAND G. Preschool Vision. R. J. Apell and R. W. Lowry, Jr. St. Louis, Amer. Optometric Association, 1959.

Your Future in Optometry. James R. Gregg, O.D. New York, Richards Rosen Press, 1960.
572 ABANDONED 01/12/1990 Fairfield
PEASLEE, ROLAND G. PEASLEE, ROLAND G. Adler, Francis H. Physiology of the Eye, Clinical Application. 3rd ed. C.V. Mosby Co., 1959. (790p.)

Ames, Louise B., Clyde Gillespie, John W. Streff. Stop School Failure. Harper & Row, 1972. (308P.)

Apt, Leonard, ed. Diagostic Procedures in Pediatric Ophthalmology. Little, Brown, & Co., 1963. (335p.)

Bannon, Robert E. Clinical Manual on Aniseikonia. American Optical Co., 1954. (120p., paperback)

Bartley, S. Howard. The Human Organism as a Person. Chilton Book Co., 1967. (221p.) Bausch & Lomb Professional Ophthalmoscopy: Instructions. 2nd ed. Bausch & Lomb, 1966. (20p., paperback)

Benton, Curtis D,, and Robert C. Welsh. Spectacles for Aphakia. 2nd printing. Charles C Thomas, 1971, c1966. (164p.)

Berelson, Bernard, and Gary Steiner. Human Behavior: An Inventory of Scientific Findings. Harcourt, Brace & World, 1964. (712p.)

Berens, Conrad, and Joshua Zuckerman. Diagostic Examination of the Eye. J.B. Lippincott, 1946. (711p.)

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. 2nd ed. Professional Press, 1954. (576p.)

Brady, Frank B. A Singular View: The Art of Seeing with One Eye. Medical Economics Co., 1972. (104p., water damaged)

Braley, Alson E. The Retina. Little, Brown &Co., 1962. (235p.)

Burington, Richard S, Handbook of Mathematical Tables and Formulas. 3rd ed. Handbook Publishers, Inc., 1953. (296p.)

Calkins,. T.H.. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Continental Optical Co., 1950. (80p., paperback)

Davson, Hugh. The Physiology of the Eye. 3rd ed. Academic Press, 1976, c1972. (643p.)

Dohlman, Claes H., ed. Corneal Edema. Little, Brown &Co., 1968. (247p.) I.O.C. 8#3

Duke-Elder, Stewart. The Practice of Refraction. 7th ed. C.V. Mosby Co., 1963. (326p., water damaged)

Fincham, W.H.A. Optics. 6th ed. Hatton Press, 1954, c1951. (426p.)

Five Years of Optical Developments. 3rd Compilation (May 1946-Apr. 1951) Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1951.

Fonda, Gerald. Management of the Patient With Subnormal Vision. C.V. Mosby, 1965.

Francois, Jules. Genetic Aspects of Ophthalmology. Little, Brown & Co., 1968. (299p.) I.O.C. 8#4

Getman, G.N. and Elmer R. Kane. The Physiology of Readiness. Programs to Accelerate School Success, 1964. (131p., spiral-bound)

Giles, G.H.. The Principles and Practice of Refraction and Its Allied Subjects. 2nd ed. Chilton Books, 1965. (554p.)

Girard, Louis J., et al. Corneal Contact Lenses. C.V. Mosby Co., 1964. (329p.)

Gordon, Dan M. Diseases of the Eye. CIBA Corporation, 1962. (reprint from Clinical Symposia)

Gray, Henry. Anatomy of the Human Body. 26th ed. Ed. by Charles Mayo Goss. Lea & Febiger, 1954. (1480p.)

Gregg, James R. How to Communicate in Optometric Practice. Chilton Book Co., 1969. (250p.)

Gregg, James R. The Sportsman's Eye. Winchester Press, 1971. (21 Op.)

Gregory, R. L. Eye and Brain, the Psychology of Seeing. World University Library, 1970, c1966. (255p., paperback)

Gregory, R. L. The Intelligent Eye. McGraw-Hill, 1970. (191p.)

Harmon, Darell B. The Coordinated Classroom. American Seating Co., 1951. (48p., paperback)

Harmon, Darell B.. Notes on a Dynamic Theory of Vision. 2nd revision. Published by the author, 1957. (72+p., paperback)

Hirsch, Monroe J. and Ralph E. Wick. Vision of the Aging Patient. Chilton Co., 1960. (328p.)

Huber, Alfred. Eye Symptoms in Brain Tumors. C.V . Iviosby Co., 1961. (329p.)

Ilg, Frances L, and Louise B. Ames. School Readiness: Behavior Tests Used at the Gesell Institute, Harper & Row, 1964. (396p.)

Kephart, Newell C. The Slow Learner in the Classroom. Charles E. Merrill Books, 1960. (292p)

Koerner, James C. The Parson's College Bubble, A Tale of Higher Education in America. Basic Books, 1970.

Linksz, Arthur. Pleoptics. // Guerry, DuPont. Light Coagulation. Little, Brown &Co., 1961. (209p.) I.O.C. 1#4

Mausolf, Frederick A. The Eye and Systemic Disease. C.V. Mosby, 1975. (451p.)

Milkie, George and Stephen Miller, eds. Current Optometric Information and Terminology. American Optometric Association, 1974. (105p., paperback)

Moss, Harold I. and Tom Brungardt. Fluorescein Studies: Corneal Contact Lenses. Duffens Contact Lens Co., 1963. (57p.) 2 copies
New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology. Symposium on the Cornea. C.V. Mosby Co., 1972. (306p.)

Oatman, Edward L. Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. (3 volumes) The Southworth Co., 1920. (303p.)

Perera, Charles A. May's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye. 20th ed., rev. Williams & Wilkins, 1949. (512p.)

Raiford, Morgan B. Ophthalmic Economics. // Roper-Hall, Michael J. Intraocular Foreign Bodies. Little, Brown & Co, 1968. (288p.) I.O.C. 8#1

Raskin, Ellen. Spectacles. Atheneum, 1968. (paperback) 10 copies

Refractive Anomalies of the Eye, A Workshop. U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare,
National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness, 1967. (57p., paperback)

Robertson, Harold F. and H.W. Gabriel. Clinical Diagnosary. Hercules Publishing Co., 1964. (476p.)

Ross, Edward E. A Guide to Successful Practice in the Ophthalmic Profession. E.E. Ross Laboratories, 1960. (32p., paperback)

Salvatori, Philip L. The Story of Contact Lenses. Obrig Laboratories, 1960. (57p.)

Schwartz, Bernard, ed. Decision-Making in the Diagnosis and Therapy of the Glaucomas.
Little, Brown & Co., 1969. (228p.)

Sloane, Albert E. Manual of Refraction. Little, Brown & Co., 1961. (171p.)

Sloane, Albert. Refraction in Children. // Costenbader, Frank D. and Dan Albert. Surgery of Strabismus. Little, Brown & Co., 1962. (228p.) I.O.C. 2#4

Sneller, Robert C. Vision and Driving. American Optornetric Association, 1962. (42p.) (also 38p. paperback)

Strauss, Alfred A. and Newell Kephart. Psychopathology and Education of the Brain- Injured Child. Vol.11: Progress in Theory & Clinic. Grune & Stratton, 1955. (266p., water damaged)

Trevor-Roper, Patrick D., ed. Diseases of the Cornea. Little, Brown & Co., 1962. (251p.) I.O.C. 2#3

Tricon Fitting Manual: A Treatise on Fitting the Cornea with a Tricon Contact Lens. Mueller Welt Contact Lenses, c1960. (93p., paperback)

Vail, Derrick T. Cataract Surgery and Neuro-Ophthalmology. Little, Brown & Co., 1961. (179p.) I.O.C, 1#3

Vaughan, Daniel, Robert Cook, Taylor Asbury. General Ophthalmology. 5th ed. Lange Medical Publications, 1968. (316p., paperback)

Vision and Its Disorders. U.S. Dept. HEW,.National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness, 1967. (225p., paperback)

Visual Requirements Guide; A Handy Reference for Visual Requirements of the Services,
Government and Industry. The Patricia Press, no date. (56p., paperback)

Vodnoy, Bernard E, The Practice of Vision Care, Orthoptics, and Corneal Contact Lens Fitting. 2nd ed. Bernell Corporation, 1966. (paperback)

Walls, Gordon Lynn. The Vertebrate Eye and Its Adaptive Radiation. Hafner Publishing Co., 1963, c1942. (785p.)

Wesley, Newton K. and George.N. Jessen. Advanced Techniques in Contact Lens Fitting. Bk. II, advanced 2nd revision. The Contact Lens Publishing Co., 1960. (67p., paper)

Wesley, Newton K. and George N. Jessen. CYCON Contact Lens Instruction Manual. Plastic Contact Lens Co., 1961. (30p., paperback) 2 copies

Wesley, Newton K. and George N. Jessen. Contact Lens Fitting Manual. 7th revision. Plastic Contact Lens Co., 1957. (32p., paperback)

Wolff, Eugene. The Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. 3rd ed. Blakiston Co., 1948. (440p.)

Wunderlich, Ray C. Kids, Brains, and Learning. Johnny Reads, Inc., 1970. (534p., paperb.)

Zimmerman, Lorenz E. Tumors of the Eye and Adnexa. Little, Brown & Co., 1962. (320p.)
I.O.C, 2#2

Zuckerman, Joshua. Perimetry. J.B. Lippincott, 1954. (391p.)


Dennis Visual Perception Scale. Royce & Margaret Dennis. V/estern Psychological Services, 1969. (Manual and test booklets)

issue Contacts magazine : Mar/Apr. 1960, v.15#1

1 16mm film, Obrig Laboratories, Sarasota, Florida : "Only the Finest" (color, sound, 28:40 min., "spliced")

box of miscellaneous lenses

tear-off "anatomy pads" supplied by Smith, Miller & Patch, Inc. (1968)
573 ABANDONED 06/21/1990 Fairfield
PEASLEE, ROLAND G. PEASLEE, ROLAND G. "Brock" Posture Board and testing targets, accessories. Long Island Orthoptic Instrument Co., 1961

1 each red-green and green-red goggles

1 Correspondence Test Occluder in box. Long Island Orthoptic Instrument Co.

Keystone Eye Comfort Training Unit. "Base Out" Meadville, PA: Keystone View Company. (24 stereogram cards and instruction book) As used with the Keystone Eye Comfort Stereoscope no. 40.

1 Polaroid "reversible" three dimension viewer. Stereo Optical Co., Chicago

Wolfe tonometer. Chicago, IL. "Illinois College of Optometry Dept. of Clinical Research" Model no D794

"The Discovery : Health Thru Light" (10-min. audiocassette) narrated by Tom Wynn, endorsed by John Nash Ott. Eye Kraft Optical Inc., St. Cloud, Minnesota

2 Schiotz tonometer (cases and accessories only, not the instrument) 1955

Improved Fisher Schematic Eye and box of practice lenses (Riggs Optical Company)

"Contact Lens Calculator" card. Vertex Distance Conversion / Radius Conversion Table /
Thickness Conversion Table. Precision Cosmet Company, Minneapolis, 1960

A/O Finoff Transilluminator. Spot retinoscope and streak retinoscope, with battery handle T- shirt: "Optometry is Never Having to Say You're Blurry" (white on navy)

Schematic eye and retina targets (in box) W.H. Fisher, M.D. Manufactured by Riggs Optical Company, Chicago

Package of "contact lens crying towels" Plastic Contact Lens Company, 1958

"The New Variable Color Cross Grid Test Card" Dr. N.B. Goldberg, Chicago

1 Allen Entoptic Pupillometer. Ophthalmos, Inc., 1967

Manual for Tests of Visual Development

Manual for Advanced Tests of Visual Perception

Pad of cheiroscopic tracings. "Familiar forms - things" form 40.02. St. Louis: Circle Printing Co., 1957

Pad of cheiroscopic tracings. "Binocular Visual Space"

Pad of cheiroscopic tracings. "Basic forms - geometric"

Bioptor, bioptograms, accessories, and manual of instructions. Stereo Optical Co., Chicago

Kreda disc (for screening the visual field for gross defects)

"Opti-Graph" template. Vision Technical Services, Dickerson, Maryland, 1982

4 red clip-on occluders. Uvex Winter Optical, Providence Rl

1 Participant Kit. AOA Professional Enhancement Module, 1986. (Practice Plan Book, Precourse Audiovisual aids, strategy cards, and workbooks)

Michigan Dept. of Health Training Cards for Pre-School T/O Vision Tests. (9 sets of 4 cards) Petersburg, VA: Titmus Optical Company

Book:
Kennebeck, Joseph J.: Why Eyeglasses are Harmful for Children and Young People. Vantage Press, 1969

Articles:
Brock, Frederick W. "Evaluation of the retinal correspondence test as an optometric procedure: report on 500 cases" Journal of the American Optometric Association, May 1964: 413-416

Brock, Frederick W. "The effects of visual discrepancies on binocular functions" Optometric Weekly Oct. 29, 1964:33-36

Brock, Frederick W. and Wm. Folsom, Jr. "Binocular methods of investigating amblyopia" American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry, Nov. 1964: 637-652
574 ABANDONED 02/05/1999 Fairfield
PETERS, HENRY PETERS, HENRY OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM PAPERS
"Professional Standards" by Committee on Ethics and Economics, American Optometric Association, February 1948, vol. 1, no. 1 through December 1949, vol. 2, no. 11

"Psychological Optics" by Samuel Renshaw, Ph.D., November 1949, vol. 10, no. 1 through December 1949, vol. 10, no. 2

"Biological Foundations for Human Seeing" by Thaddeus R. Murroughs, B.S., M.S., O.D., October 1946, vol. 1, no. 1 through September 1948, vol. 2, no.
570 ABANDONED 03/30/1987 Birmingham
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON PITTS, DONALD G. Determination of Ocular Threshold Levels for Infrared Radiation Cataractogenesis. Donald G. Pitts, Anthony P. Cullen, Pierrette Dayhaw-Barker. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, June 1980. (NIOSH research report # 77-0043-7701)

Ocular Ultraviolet Effects From 295nm to 400nm in the Rabbit Eye. Donald G. Pitts, Anthony P. Cullen, Pierrette Dayhaw-Hacker. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, October 1977.
567 ABANDONED 09/08/1980 Houston
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON PITTS, DONALD G. Manuscript & 2 copies each of 2 reprints. 928 ABANDONED 04/08/1983 Houston
POMERANZ, ROBERT POMERANZ, ROBERT Pre-publication copy of "The Analytic Examination and the Basic Behavior Pattern, " which was published in Opt. J. Rev. Optom., March 1 & 15, 1967. 1004 ABANDONED 06/16/1986 Rio Rancho
PORTER, THOMAS I. PORTER, THOMAS I. Framed official picture, attendees, 1914 ADA Congress, St. Louis, MO 873 ABANDONED 05/04/1990 Maplewood
POTTER, JACK A. POTTER, JACK A. Original: #2282494
"Letters Patent" granted to: Jack Arthur Potter, O.D. and his heirs.
By: The Patent Office, United States of America, bearing the blue ribbon and red seal of the Patent Office, dated May 12, 1942.
Attachment: Description of invention: "Illumination Control for Vision-Test Charts".
560 ABANDONED 06/09/1970 Peoria
POTTER, JACK A. POTTER, JACK A. journals & old AOA publications 900 ABANDONED 03/30/1981 Peoria
PRATSCH, LEONARD R. PRATSCH, LEONARD R. 4 large, 2 small near point charts with astigmatism dial

1 target for near point ace. and astigmatism

a letter from Richard F. Celeste, Governor of Ohio, arrived December 20, 1985.
558 ABANDONED 03/13/1986 Lorain
PRICE, CALVIN S. PRICE, CALVIN S. 1 pair silver framed pince-nez eyeglasses [without lenses] 555 ABANDONED 12/1970 Windsor
PRICE, CALVIN S. PRICE, CALVIN S. 1 pair steel frame eyeglasses [Right lens slightly cracked and right temple piece broken] 556 ABANDONED   Windsor
PRIER, OTTO A. PRIER, OTTO A. "spec-peddler's case" (description attached in file) letter says he was considering loaning this item to the museum.

The case also contains the following:
One wooden box used for mailing Rxs. Postmarked Feb 15, 1915.
3 pr. Shuron Temples. Circa 1935, YG, Dualfcut off the side not needed] priced at $1.25 a pr.

Response letter to him reads "However, both Director Miller and I were a bit concerned that in your letter you say you want to loan the case to the museum. That is not possible.
ILAMO's policy is to accept donations for its collection, but we cannot take things on loan. If you are willing to give the peddler's case to ILAMO or to the American Optometric Association for display in our museum, we would gladly accept it. But if not, we must say "thank you" and decline the offer. I hope you understand. You should also know that we cannot set a value on any items given to us. You would need to determine that yourself.
Get back to us if you wish to donate the case."

Card from after this response letter reads "Called Dr. Prier-he is glad to donate case. Will probably not make the trip until late spring/early summer. Will be in touch later."
554 ABANDONED 12/16/1996 Robinson
PUSHKIN, EMANUEL PUSHKIN, EMANUEL ALUMNI BULLETIN, Penn. State College of Optometry, 45 issues (some water damaged)
Jan-Apr, May(2), July-Dec. 1950
Jan-Nov/Dec. 1951
Jan/Feb-Nov/Dec. 1952
Jan/Feb-Nov/Dec. 1953
Mar/Apr, July, Oct. 1954
Jan. July, Oct. 1955
Jan..Apr. July, Oct. 1956
Jan. Apr. July, 1957

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOC., 62 issues (some water damaged)
Jan-Dec. 1950
Jan-Dec. 1951
Jan-Mar. June-Dec. 1952
Jan. Feb. Apr-Dec. 1953
Jan-May, July-Sept. Nov. 1954
Apr. June, Sept. 1955
May, July, Aug. 1956
May, June, July, 1957

OPTOMETRIC ANNUAL, Optometric Weekly supplement, 4 issues
1st Edition, 1953
2nd Edition (1954)
1956 Edition, 1955
1957 Edition, 1956
552 ABANDONED 09/20/1983 Miami
RIDGEWAY, EARL H. RIDGEWAY, EARL H. Adler, Francis Heed, Clinical Physiology of the Eye. N.Y., MacMillan Co., 1933.

American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry Forty-Four Year Cumulative Index, Vol. 1(1924) - Vol. 44(1967). Chicago, Professional Press, 1967.

Arrington, E. E., History of Optometry. Chicago, White Printing House, 1929.

Atkinson, Thomas G., Diagnosis of Ocular Diseases. Chicago, Professional Press, 1926.

Atkinson, Thomas G., Visual Field Charting. Chicago, Professional Press,1941.

Bedell, Arthur J. , Photographs of the Fundus Oculi; a Photographic Study of Normal and Pathological Changes Seen With the Ophthalmoscope. Philadelphia, F.A. Davis, 1929.

Berens, Conrad, and Michel Loutfallah, Ocular Surgery; a Manual Prepared for the Use of Graduates in Medicine. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto laryngology. Omaha, printed by Douglas Printing Co., 1950.

Blumgarten, A. S., Textbook of Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 7th ed., rev. N.Y., MacMillan Co., 1945, c1937.

Borish, Irvin M., Clinical Refraction. Chicago, Professional Press, 1949.

Brubaker, Albert P., A Text-Book of Human Physiology; Including a Section on Physiologic Apparatus. 7th ed., rev. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1922.

Brucker, Wilber M., The Story of Optometry. Minneapolis, Journal of the American Optometric Association, 1939.

Chavasse, F. Bernard, Worth's Squint or the Binocular Reflexes and the Treatment of Strabismus. 7th ed. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1939.

Crane, Marian M., et al. Screening School Children for Visual Defects; Report of a Study Conducted in St. Louis, Mo., 1948-49. Washington, D. C., U.S. Dept. Health, Education & Welfare, Social Security Administration, Childrens Bureau, 1954. (2 copies)

De Schweinitz, G. E., Diseases of the Eye. A Hand-Book of Ophthalmic Practice for Students and Practitioners. 3rd ed., rev. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1899.

Dobson, Margaret, Binocular Vision and the Modern Treatment of Squint. London, Osford University Press: Humphrey Milford, 1933.

Dvorine, Israel, Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Baltimore, Md., 1939.

Emsley, H. H., and William Swaine, Ophthalmic Lenses. 5th ed. London, Hatton Press, 1946.

Emsley, H. H., and William Swaine, Ophthalmic Lenses. 6th ed. London, Hatton Press, 1951.

Essentials of Visual Efficiency; a Manual for Teachers and School Authorities. Prepared under the direction of the Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry. Rutland, Vermont, Tuttle Publishing Co., 1940.

Fisher, W. A., Ophthalmoscopy, Retinoscopy and Refraction, With a New Chapter on Orthoptics. 4th ed. Chicago, H. G. Adair Printing Co., 1937.

Fisher, W. A., Senile Cataract; Methods of Operating. 3rd ed. Chicago, H. G. Adair Printing Co., 1937.

Fisher, W. B., The Genothalmic Refractor. Mount Vernon, N.Y., General Optical Co., 1922.

Gesell, Arnold, Frances L. Ilg, and Glenna E. Bullis, Vision; its Development in Infant and Child. N.Y., Paul B. Hoeber, 1950, c1949.

Gifford, Sanford R., A Handbook of Ocular Therapeutics. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1932.

Grant, J. C. Boileau, A Method of Anatomy, Descriptive and Deductive. 4th ed. Baltimore, Md., Williams & Wilkins, 1948.

Haab, 0., Atlas and Epitome of Ophthalmoscopy and Ophthalmoscopic Diagnosis. Edited by G. E. DeSchweinitz. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1901.

Hartridge, Gustavus, The Refraction of the Eye; a Manual for Students. 11th rev. ed. Philadelphia,P. Blakiston's Son,1902.

Helping Parents Understand the Exceptional Child. Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Education and the Exceptional Child. Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Child Research Clinic of the Woods Schools, 1952.

Henker, Otto, Introduction to the Theory of Spectacles. Trans, by R. Kanthack. Jena School of Optics, 1924, c1923.

Hering, Ewald, Spatial Sense and Movements of the Eye. 1st ed. Baltimore, Md., The American Academy of Optometry, 1942.

Higley, Henry Rich, Cross Eyes; Being a Treatise on Squint or Strabismus Convergens Concomitans. Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1923.

Hofstetter, H. W., Optometry; Professional, Economic, and Legal Aspects. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, 1948.

Hovde, Howard T., The Relative Effects of Size of Type, Leading and Context. Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 1930.

Huxley, Thomas H., Lessons in Elementary Physiology. Enl. and rev. ed. N.Y., MacMillan Co., 1923.

Jean, George W., Ophthalmoscopic Diagnosis for General Practitioners and Students. London, N.Y., E. B. Meyrowitz, 1915.

Jeffries, B. Joy, Color-Blindness; its Dangers and its Detection. Boston, Houghton, Osgood & Co., 1879.

Jordan, Harvey Ernest, A Textbook of Histology. 8th ed., rev. N.Y., Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1947.

Kurtz, Jack I., The Principles and Practice of Ocular Physical Therapy for Optometrists. Minneapolis, The American Journal of Optometry, 1930.

Laurance, Lionel, Visual Optics and Sight Testing. 2nd ed. London, The School of Optics, 1920.

Leach, W. James, Functional Anatomy of the Mammal. N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1946.

Lloyd, Ralph I., Visual Field Studies. N.Y., Technical Press, 1926.

Lockwood, R. M., Frames and Lenses; a Practical Treatise for Optometrists. N.Y., Optical Publishing Co., 1911.

Luckiesh, Matthew, and S. K. Guth, A Sensitometric Method of Refraction, Theory and Practice. Minneapolis, American Journal of Optometry & Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 1949.

Mac Elree, George A., Jr., Manual of Ocular Pathology for Optometrists. 6th ed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, 1950.

Mitchell, Philip H., A Textbook of Biochemistry. 2nd ed. N.Y., McGraw- Hill, 1950.

Needles, William B. and Ernest Occhiena, Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye, Arranged in the Form of Study Outlines for Optometrists. Kansas City, Mo., Needles Institute of Optometry, 1919.

Needles, William B. and Ernest Occhiena, Practical Work on Eye Muscles, Arranged in the Form of Study Outlines for Optometrists. Kansas City, Mo., Needles Institute of Optometry, 1919.

Obrig, Theo. E., Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. 3rd ed. N.Y., ChiltonCo., 1944.

Ophthalmic Lenses; Their History, Theory and Application. Rochester, N.Y., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1935.

Peter, Luther C., The Extra-Ocular Muscles; a Clinical Study of Normal and Abnormal Ocular Motility. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1927.

Report of the Transactions of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Optometry. Held at Los Angeles, California, June 22, 23, and 24, 1939. Vol. 13. Minneapolis, The American Journal of Optometry, 1940. [AAO 410.01 or could be 484, 160 or 454]

Remains, Jules (Louis Farigoule), Eyeless Sight; A Study of Extra-Retinal Vision and the Paroptic Sense. Trans, by G. K. Ogden. N.Y., G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1924.

Ryer, E. LeRoy and Elmer E. Hotaling, One Man's Vision. American Optical Co., n.d.

Ryer, E0 LeRoy, Ophthalmometry. N.Y., Optical Publishing Co., 1925.

Ryer, E. LeRoy and Elmer E. Hotaling, OphthaImometry. Published by the authors, 1945.

Ryer, E. LeRoy and Elmer E. Hotaling, Optometrie Procedure; Basic and Supplementary. Published by the authors, 1941.

Skeffington, A. M., Procedure in Ocular Examination. Chicago, 1928.

Slade, W. W., The Making of a Mechanical Optician; a Treatise on the Equipment and Mechanical Work of Optometrists and Opticians. Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1911.

Snell, Albert C., A Treatise on Medicolegal Ophthalmology. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, 1940.

Southall, James P. C., Mirrors, Prisms and Lenses: A Textbook of Geometrical Optics. Enl. and Rev. ed. N.Y., MacMillan Co., 1923.

Starling, Ernest H., Principles of Human Physiology. 4th ed. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1926.

Tassman, I. S., The Eye Manifestations of Internal Diseases. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby, 1942.

Taylor, Earl A., Controlled Reading; a Correlation of Diagnostic, Teaching, and Corrective Techniques. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1937.

Teaching About Light and Sight; a Handbook for Classroom Teachers in Elementary and Secondary Schools. Washington, D.C., National Education Association, Research Division, 1946.

Thorington, James, Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1916.

Woll, Frederic A., Hygiene the Optometrist Ought to Know. 2nd ed., N.Y., Frederic A. Woll, 1921.

Woodworth, Robert S., Experimental Psychology. N.Y., Henry Holt & Co., 1939, c1938.

Worth, Claud, Squint; its Causes, Pathology, and Treatment. 5th ed. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1921.

Canadian Journal of Optometry
Vol. 1 no. 6, October, 1939
Vol. 3 no. 2,3 June, July, 1941

American Journal of Optometry
Vol. 14 no. 5 May, 1937

Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development
Vol. 7, no. 2 1942
539 ABANDONED 02/18/1975 Trenton
RIDGEWAY, EARL H. RIDGEWAY, EARL H. 2017.FIC.0378--Slides. Silver Brumberger box with glass slides. Keystone View Company. 1243 ABANDONED  
ROBESON, GLENN W. ROBESON, GLENN W. Newsletter of the Sunshine State
March 1929 (v.1, #6)

South Dakota Optometric Association Newsletter
June, July, Sept., Dec. 1956
Aug., 1957 (v.2, #1)
June, 1959 (v.3, #3)
May, 1960 (v.4, #3)
Aug., 1964 (v.7, #1)
Mar., 1967
Sept. 1969
538 ABANDONED 11/27/1979 Huron
ROBINSON, J. KELLY ROBINSON, J. KELLY THE IRIS BULLETIN OF THE ALABAMA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1932 June-December
1933 complete
1934 complete
1935 March, September-December
1936-40 complete
1941 March-June, December
1942 March
1947-49 complete
1951-58 complete
Total (80 issues)
Supplements 1958/59 (5 issues)

MISCELLANEOUS:
Photocopy of "Notes from a 'History of Optometry in Alabama' written by Dr. Hardwick Ruth, Montgomery, Alabama, and published in the Iris Bulletin in 1936-37." 7 pages.

Photocopy of letter to Dr. Evelyn B. Robinson from Harold Kohn, dated June 13, 1937.

Photocopy of an editorial "Visual Aid", published in The Birmingham News, Monday, May 1 5 , 1967.

Photocopy of newspaper article "Intense Reading Informs Children." (1937)

One copy Minutes of the Alabama Optometric Association Sixty-Fifth Annual Convention June 6-8, 1970.

One copy A Triumph For Professional Pride: A History of the Southern Council of Optometrists and its Woman's Auxiliary. (no date)

Material photocopied from a scrapbook belonging to Dr. Evelyn B. Robinson.
519 ABANDONED 05/16/1977 Sylacauga
ROBINSON, J. KELLY ROBINSON, J. KELLY THE IRIS BULLETIN OF THE ALABAMA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1932 June-December
1933 complete
1934 complete
1935 March, September-December
1936-40 complete
1941 March-June, December
1942 March
1947-49 complete
1951-58 complete
Supplements 1958/59 (5 issues)
Total (80 issues)

MISCELLANEOUS:
Photocopy of "Notes from a 'History of Optometry in Alabama' written by Dr. Hardwick Ruth, Montgomery, Alabama, and published in the Iris Bulletin in 1936-37." 7 pages.

Photocopy of letter to Dr. Evelyn B. Robinson from Harold Kohn, dated June 13, 1937.

Photocopy of an editorial "Visual Aid", published in The Birmingham News, Monday, May 15, 1967.

Photocopy of newspaper article "Intense Reading Informs Children." (1937)

One copy Minutes of the Alabama Optometric Association Sixty-Fifth Annual Convention June 6-8, 1970.

One copy A Triumph For Professional Pride: A History of the Southern Council of Optometrists and its Woman's Auxiliary. (no date)

Material photocopied from a scrapbook belonging to Dr. Evelyn B. Robinson.
536 ABANDONED 05/16/1977 Sylacauga
ROBINSON, J. KELLY ROBINSON, J. KELLY 1 6 1/2 x 4 3/4 black and vhite picture. Printed in pencil on the back is the following information, "international Optical Congress, June 1955, Irish Jaunting Cart, Killarney Lake Area." People in the cart are listed as follows: "J. Kelley Robinson, Evelyn Robinson, Glen Fry, Martha Fry, Driver, & two lassies . "

1 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 black and white group picture. Written in ink on the face of the picture "International Optical Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 1955

1 Personal Christmas card of Dr. Judd Chapman and family made of a color photo of the family. No date. Printed signature, "The Judd Chapmans."

1 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 black and white photograph of Dr. & Mrs. Kiekenapp with message "Christmas Greetings." No date.

1 Personal Christmas greeting of the Kiekenapps on ADA stationery where snapshots of the family were arranged. Under the photos each signed their names. Dated 1944. Inscription, "Seasons Greetings from The Kiekenapps."
520 ABANDONED 06/16/1977 Sylacauga
ROBINSON, J. KELLY ROBINSON, J. KELLY 6 1/2 x 4 3/4 A black and white picture. Printed in pencil on the back is the following information, "international Optical Congress, June 1955, Irish Jaunting Cart, Killarney Lake Area." People in the cart are listed as follows: "J. Kelley Robinson, Evelyn Robinson, Glen Fry, Martha Fry, Driver, & two lassies."

1 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 black and white group picture. Written in ink on the face of the picture "International Optical Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 1955"

1 Personal Christmas card of Dr. Judd Chapman and family made of a color photo of the family. No date. Printed signature, "The Judd Chapmans."

1 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 black and white photograph of Dr. & Mrs. Kiekenapp with message "Christmas Greetings." No date.

1 Personal Christmas greeting of the Kiekenapps on ADA stationery where snapshots of the family were arranged. Under the photos each signed their names. Dated 1944. Inscription, "Seasons Greetings from The Kiekenapps."
537 ABANDONED 06/16/1977 Sylacauga
ROSENBAUM, KURT ROSENBAUM, KURT 1 pr. shooting glasses with amber lenses, straight temples with loop ends

2 pr. engraved white gold spectacle frames, comfort cable temples, rocking nose pads

round zylonite pinee nez, pale amber color (no lenses)

metal snap-lid case for eyeglases, velvet lined (plain)

covered-metal spring lid case for eyeglases, lined

rimless pince-nez, oval lenses with hole in right lens for cord

2 pr. zylonite covered metal frames, round (no lenses), with comfort cable temples, covered saddle bridge

1 pr. gold frames, oval, bent bow temples with ends covered with rubberlike material "Imperial" U.S.A., 12KT 1/20 G.F. (no lenses)

small steel spec-tacle frames, sliding straight temples with loops, double lenses, hinged at side, octagon shaped (1 lens of the 4 is missing)

round zylonite pince nez, medium brown color (no lenses)

engraved white gold pince nez, round lenses "Shuron"

foldable round reading .glasses, dark brown with rhinestones set in front of frame and on temples. Completely collapsible to 3"x 1" size

small metal frames spectacles, straight temples with loops, oval lenses in papier mache case
518 ABANDONED 11/10/1998 Highland Park
ROSENBAUM, KURT ROSENBAUM, KURT 1 pr. shooting glasses with amber lenses, straight temples with loop ends

2 pr. engraved white gold spectacle frames, comfort cable temples, rocking nose pads

round zylonite pinee nez, pale amber color (no lenses)

metal snap-lid case for eyeglases, velvet lined (plain)

covered-metal spring lid case for eyeglases, lined

rimless pince-nez, oval lenses with hole in right lens for cord

2 pr. zylonite covered metal frames, round (no lenses), with comfort cable temples, covered saddle bridge

1 pr. gold frames, oval, bent bow temples with ends covered with rubberlike material "Imperial" U.S.A., 12KT 1/20 G.F. (no lenses)

small steel spec-tacle frames, sliding straight temples with loops, double lenses, hinged at side, octagon shaped (1 lens of the 4 is missing)

round zylonite pince nez, medium brown color (no lenses)

engraved white gold pince nez, round lenses "Shuron"

foldable round reading .glasses, dark brown with rhinestones set in front of frame and on temples. Completely collapsible to 3"x 1" size

small metal frames spectacles, straight temples with loops, oval lenses in papier mache case
535 ABANDONED 11/10/1998 Highland Park
SOCIETE D'OPTOMETERIE D'EUROPE ROSENWASSER, HARVEY 1 antique "Loring Ophthalmoscope" 1064 ABANDONED 10/16/1989 Philadelphia
SOCIETE D'OPTOMETERIE D'EUROPE ROSENWASSER, HARVEY Jorg Trotter. El Ojo. Brussels, Belgium: Societe D'Optometrie D'Europe, 1966 507 ABANDONED 01/18/1991 Philadelphia
SOCIETE D'OPTOMETERIE D'EUROPE ROSENWASSER, HARVEY Jorg Trotter. El Ojo. Brussels, Belgium: Societe D'Optometrie D'Europe, 1966 526 ABANDONED 01/18/1991 Philadelphia
SOCIETE D'OPTOMETERIE D'EUROPE ROSENWASSER, HARVEY 3 copies of his book Malpractice and Contact Lenses 509 ABANDONED 03/12/1991 Philadelphia
SOCIETE D'OPTOMETERIE D'EUROPE ROSENWASSER, HARVEY 3 copies of his book Malpractice and Contact Lenses 527 ABANDONED 03/12/1991 Philadelphia
ROWE, GLYNDON D. ROWE, GLYNDON D. Report of the Committee on Social & Health Care Trends to the Board of Directors, American Optometric Association, June 23, 1951, Glyndon D. Rowe, O.D., Chairman 500 ABANDONED 07/24/1974 Dearborn
ROWE, GLYNDON D. ROWE, GLYNDON D. Report of the Committee on Social & Health Care Trends to the Board of Directors, American Optometric Association, June 23, 1951, Glyndon D. Rowe, O.D., Chairman. 523 ABANDONED 07/24/1974 Dearborn
ROWE, GLYNDON D. ROWE, GLYNDON D. Annual Conference on Visual Training and Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis, Mo., January 13-14,.1957. Report.

Annual Conference on Visual Training and Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis, Mo., January 5-6, 1958. Report.

Armistead, J. Davis, and B. W. Artnistead, Speed Reading and Visual Training, 1955.

Barnette, Caspar Cisneros, Learning Through Seeing with Tachistoscopic Teaching Techniques. Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Co., 1951.

Cameron's Surgical Specialty Company, A Service in Economics for the Optometrist. Part 3: "Income Means Available",

Cameron's Surgical Specialty Company. Optometric Educational Department....a practical guide for the clinical application of the Myoculator Chicago.

Horton, Hammond S., Phoria and Duction Analysis. Cleveland, Consolidated Press, 1938.

Lyons, C. Venard and Emily Bradley Lyons, The Collected Works of Lyons and Lyons. San Francisco.


McCullough, W. T., The McCullough Optical Letters; a Business Building System for Optometrists, c1921.

McCullough, W. T., The McCullough Optical Letters; Myoculator Series,' c1926

Peckham, R. M., A Home Study Course in Practical Optometry.

Peckham, R. M., The Non-Operative Correction of Squint; Manual of Instruction for the Squint-Korector, c1930.

Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American Optical Company, 1937.

Skiascopy; a Treatise on the Shadow Test in Its Practical Application to the Work of Refraction. Philadelphia, Keystone, 1899.

Thorington, James, Refraction of the Human Eye, and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1916.

"You...the Vision Specialist" (Lecture. Workshop on Visual Perception, Kenneth W. Steward, chairman

SERIAL PUBLICATIONS:
Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists, v.l - v.33, Aug. 1931 - Sept. 1964

Bulletins of the Research Council of Optometry, July 1933 - December 1933

The Genothalmic Forum, 1929 - 1935 (incomplete)

Michigan Advancement Program. Dept. of Education. Study Material, Jan. - July 1933

MISCELLANEOUS:
Articles clipped from the Journal of the American Optometric Association and Optometric Weekly , 1934

Packet of memorabilia from Dr. Rowe's years as president of the Michigan Society of Optometrists, 1938-1939.
501 ABANDONED 11/22/1974 Dearborn
ROWE, GLYNDON D. ROWE, GLYNDON D. This material was donated by Dr. Rowe to the Optometric Historical Society, and given to the library by the Society.

Annual Conference on Visual Training and Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis, Mo., January 13-14,.1957. Report.

Annual Conference on Visual Training and Theoretical Optometry, St. Louis, Mo., January 5-6, 1958. Report.

Armistead, J. Davis, and B. W. Artnistead, Speed Reading and Visual Training, 1955.

Barnette, Caspar Cisneros, Learning Through Seeing with Tachistoscopic Teaching Techniques. Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Co., 1951.

Cameron's Surgical Specialty Company, A Service in Economics for the Optometrist. Part 3: "Income Means Available",

Cameron's Surgical Specialty Company. Optometric Educational Department. [...a practical guide for the clinical application of the Myoculator] Chicago.

Horton, Hammond S., Phoria and Duction Analysis. Cleveland, Consolidated Press, 1938.

Lyons, C. Venard and Emily Bradley Lyons, The Collected Works of Lyons and Lyons. San Francisco.

McCullough, W. T., The McCullough Optical Letters; a Business Building System for Optometrists, c1921.

McCullough, W. T., The McCullough Optical Letters; Myoculator Series,' c1926

Peckham, R. M., A Home Study Course in Practical Optometry.

Peckham, R. M., The Non-Operative Correction of Squint; Manual of Instruction for the Squint-Korector, c1930.

Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American Optical Company, 1937.

Skiascopy; a Treatise on the Shadow Test in Its Practical Application to the Work of Refraction. Philadelphia, Keystone, 1899.

Thorington, James, Refraction of the Human Eye, and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son, 1916.

"You...the Vision Specialist" (Lecture. Workshop on Visual Perception, Kenneth W. Steward, chairman)

SERIAL PUBLICATIONS:
Barstow's Bulletin for Optometrists, v.l - v.33, Aug. 1931 - Sept. 1964

Bulletins of the Research Council of Optometry, July 1933 - December 1933

The Genothalmic Forum, 1929 - 1935 (incomplete)

Michigan Advancement Program. Dept. of Education. Study Material, Jan. - July 1933

MISCELLANEOUS:
Articles clipped from the Journal of the American Optometric Association and Optometric Weekly , 1934

Packet of memorabilia from Dr. Rowe's years as president of the Michigan Society of Optometrists, 1938-1939.
524 ABANDONED 11/22/1974 Dearborn
ROWSE, JACK B. ROWSE, JACK B. box of books (as of 7/14/89) 893 ABANDONED 06/16/1989 Alton
RUDISCH, SIGMUND RUDISCH, SIGMUND Reprint of the following article:
Kohn, Harold "Optical plans." JAOA, Dec. 1953 & Jan.'54
1005 ABANDONED 06/11/1986 Kingston
RUDISCH, SIGMUND RUDISCH, SIGMUND 1 box containing books, hand tools, eye glasses, test lenses, etc. wrapped newspaper.
1 box containing very old journals, booklets, 2 books
920 ABANDONED 10/29/1987 Kingston

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
RUNNINGER, JACK RUNNINGER, JACK 3 journals (JAOA) for duplicate collection 949 ABANDONED 10/1983 Rome
RUNNINGER, JACK RUNNINGER, JACK Photograph of great uncle Dr. Bert Black who was an EENT physician in Grove City, PA. The time is approximately 1918. 499 ABANDONED 03/23/1987 Rome
RUNNINGER, JACK RUNNINGER, JACK Photograph of great uncle Dr. Bert Black who was an EENT physician in Grove City, PA. The time is approximately 1918. 522 ABANDONED 03/23/1987 Rome
SAFFORD, MINOTT W. SAFFORD, MINOTT W. The fourth edition of Visual Optics and Sight Testing, copyright 1936, by Lionel Laurance and H. Oscar Wood 482 ABANDONED 12/24/1986 Hyannis
SCHILLER, RICHARD C. SCHILLER, RICHARD C. BOOKS:
Carter, Richard THE DOCTOR BUSINESS New York, Doubleday & Co., 1961.

Guild, Alden, et. al. PROFESSIONAL-PARTNERSHIP PURCHASE PLANS Montpelier (Vt.), Nat'l. Life Insur. Co., 1961.

Kane, Robert L., Jr. CPA HANDBOOK New York, Amer. Institute of Accountants, 1956.

Mann, William R. and Easlick, Kenneth A., Ed. PRACTICE ADMINISTRATION FOR THE DENTIST St. Louis, C. V. Mosby Co., 1955.

Stanford Research Institute CHIROPRACTIC IN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, Haynes Foundation, 1960.

JOURNALS:
Annals of the American Academy of Politicaland Social Science Sept. 1961:Meeting Health Needs by Social Action (2 COPIES).
479 ABANDONED 05/04/1967 Marshalltown
SCHILLER, RICHARD C. SCHILLER, RICHARD C. 2 antique trial frames.

1 ophthalmoscope, hand held.

1 retinoscope, hand held
480 ABANDONED 11/09/1981 Marshalltown
SCHMIDT, JOSEPH SCHMIDT, JOSEPH 10 Antique Spectacles
10 Old Steel Spectacles
14 Antique Cases
1 Ophthalmic Chair and Refractor
1 Antique Ophthalmic Chair
11 Certificates in frames
2 certificates in antique frames
1 Antique Ophthalmometer and retinoscope
1 small refracting instrument
1 Test Cabinet
4 photos
1 Collection of AOA Journals
1 Collection of OEP Journals
1 set-hand instruments-retinoscope and ophthalmoscope
1-collection of antique lenses-cement bifocals and Franklin bifocals
1-collection of various antique journals
474 ABANDONED 03/01/1967 Hermann
SCHMIDT, JOSEPH SCHMIDT, JOSEPH Personal papers of his father, the late Elmar H. Schmidt, O.D.

2 wood card files containing patient records. (41 x 6 x 9 1/2 in., drawer-type.

1 metal card file containing patient records, (same size)

1 wood card file box, patient records,(same size) with sliding drawer.

11 patient accounts ledgers for the following years: 1914, 1921, 1922, 1924, 1928, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1943, 1948, 1954.

American Optical Company. Printed matter: 6 booklets.

Personal correspondence: 5 letters.

American Optometric Association. 11 collected pamphlets, 3 monographs.

Bausch s Lomb. eye charts, 4 monographs, 1 spectacle catalog with descriptions.

Beta Sigma Kappa. 2 rosters: 1946, 1952.

Better Vision Institute. 6 pamphlets, 1 monograph: "Men of Vision."

Better Vision Institute Newsletter, October 1931.

Peckham, R. M. Set of 12 vision training cards.

Kansas City Optometric Research Society. Newsletter. April 17, 18, 19, 1947. Published by Louis W. Palm, O.D.

Missouri Optometric Association. Publications - 4 items, records (correspondence) - 5 items, 2 dues statements, 1 newspaper clipping.

Missouri State Board of Optometry. 1 officers and membership roster, 1927 & 1932. Both monographs contain Missouri optometry law.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Alumni Association. The Alumnus - 1 issue, May/June 1954.

Optometric Extension Program. Roster of members for 1953 and 1954, 1 monograph, published 1961.

Herman, Samuel. And There Was Light, 1953 ed.

Keystone View Company, Meadville, Pa. - Circular letter dated March 24, 1942, and attachment, both concerning revision of the Keystone Visual Skills Tests.
475 ABANDONED 09/18/1980 Hermann
SCHMIDT, UNKNOWN SCHMIDT, UNKNOWN Johnston, J. Milton. Eve Studies; A Series of Lessons on Vision, and Visual Tests. Chicago: J.M. Johnston, c1892. 228pp.

Thorington, James. Retinoscopy, or Shadow Test, In the Determination of Refraction at One Meter Distance, with the Plane Mirror. 4th ed., revised and enlarged. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1901. 89pp.
476 ABANDONED 11/12/1986 Hermann
SCHMIDT, LEONARD SCHMIDT, LEONARD 1 box of material 988 ABANDONED 10/09/1984 Pittsburgh
SCHOEN, JOHN N. SCHOEN, JOHN N. Eugene Wolff 's Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit. 5th ed, Revised by R.J. Last. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Company, 1961. 500p.

Interim Report of the Research Committee. Institute of Ophthalmic Opticians. July, 1928. A. J. Esdaile, Chairman. London: the Institute, 1928. 46p.

An Introduction to Clinical Perimetry. H.M. Traquair. St. Louis: C.V, Mosby Co., 1927. 244p. (cover boards bent)

Introduction to Theoretical and Experimental Optics. Joseph Valasek. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1949.

Ophthalmic Myology; A Systematic Treatise on the Ocular Muscles. 2nd ed. G.C. Savage. Nashville: published by the author, 1911. 685p.
470 ABANDONED 01/16/1990 Owatonna
SCHOEN, JOHN N. SCHOEN, JOHN N. Stevens, George T. A Treatise on the Motor Apparatus of the Eyes Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., 1906. (496p. binding loose)

Woods, Alan C. Endogenous Inflammations of the Uveal Tract. Illustrations by Annette S. Burgess. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1961. (531p.)
471 ABANDONED 11/09/1992 Owatonna
SCHOEN, JOHN N. SCHOEN, JOHN N. 1 Bausch & Lomb "Accommodative Lag Computer" c1939
4" metal disk with smaller movable disk attached, a device for calculating the lag of accommodation as adjusted for the patient's pupillary distance.
Scale A: Dissociating Cross Cylinder Test
Scale B: Binocular Cross Cylinder Test
Scale C: 20" Dynamic Test
472 ABANDONED 01/13/1999 Owatonna
SCHOEN, JOHN N. SCHOEN, JOHN N. F.C. Donders: An Essay on the Nature and the Consequences of Anomalies of Refraction. Revised and edited by Charles A. Oliver. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1 899. (81 p.) [Preface and contents pages bound out of order between pages 78 and 79.]

Winnie Hirsch: In Search of My Husband's Mind. Ventura, CA: Pathfinder Publishing, 1997. (174p.) [Account of the last days of Dr. Monroe Hirsch}
473 ABANDONED 01/19/2001 Owatonna
SCHUMACHER, PETER F. SCHUMACHER, PETER F. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
1953 v. 30
1954 31
1955 32
1956 33
1957 34
1958 35
1959 36
1960 37
1961 38
1962 39
1963 40
1964 41
1965 42
1966 43
1967 44
1968 45
1969 46
1970 47
1971 48
1972 49
1973 50

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
1974 v.51

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1954 v.26(Dec. issue) 1962 v.33/34 1970 v. 41 (Mar. missing)
1955 26/27 1963 34 1971 42
1956 27/28 1964 35 1972 43
1957 28/29 1965 36 1973 44
1958 29/30 1966 37 1974 45
1959 30/31 1967 38 1975 46
1960 31/32 1968 39
1961 32/33 1969 40

OPTICAL INDEX
1975 v.50:7-12, July-December
469 ABANDONED 03/30/1976 N.E. LeMars
SCHUMAN, DONALD O. SCHUMAN, DONALD O. 1 Natural Eye Normalizer and manuals The Natural Eyesight System Deluxe, Step 1, 2, &
4. "If used in conjunction with the other treatments and practices prescribed in the Natural Eyesight System, it will be found an invaluable aid in correcting every form of functional eye trouble and muscle involvement." Step 2, page 19.
468 ABANDONED 08/23/1977 Bend
SCHUMANN, WILLIAM P. SCHUMANN, WILLIAM P. B O O K S (in very good condition)
Adler, Francis Heed. Physiology of the Eye; Clinical Application. 4th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby &Co., 1965.

Axenfeld, Theodor. Lehrbuch und Atlas der Augenheilkunde. 7th ed. Jena: Gustav Fischer, 1923

Bangerter, Alfred. Amblyopiebehandlung. Basel: S. Karger, 1955.

Berliner, M.L. Biomicroscopy of the Eye. (2 volumes) New York: Hafner Publishing Co., 1966.(facsimile of 1949 edition)

Blodi, Frederick C., and Lee Allen. Stereoscopic Manual of the Ocular Fundys in Local and Systemic Disease. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1964.(includes 15 reels and View-Master viewer)

Borish, Irvin M. Clinical Refraction. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press, 1970.

Delacato, Carl H. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Speech and Reading Problems. 9th printing^Springfield, IL: Charles C Tnomas, 1968, c1963.

Donaldson, David D. Atlas of External Diseases of the Eye. Vol. 1; Congenital Anomalies and Systemic Diseases.St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1966. (15 reels and View-Master viewer)

Donaldson, David D. Atlas of External Diseases of the Eye. Vol. 2: Orbit, Lacrimal Apparatus, Eyelids, and Conjunctiva.St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1968. (16 reels and View-Master viewer)

Duke-Elder, W.S. System of Ophthalmology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co. (vol. 1-5, 7-12,v.3 and v.8 in two parts, 1958-1971)

Gassett, Antonio, and Herbert E. Kaufman. Soft Contact Lens; Symposium and Workshop of the University of Florida, Gainesville.St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1972.

Helmholtz, H. Handbuch der Physiologischen Optik. (3 volumes) Hamburg: Leopold Voss, 1909-1911.

Hoyt, William Fletcher, and Diane Beeston. The Ocular Fundus in Neurologic Disease; A Diagnostic Manual and Stereo Atlas.St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1966.(includes 14 reels and View-Master viewer)

Ogle, Kenneth N. Researches in Binocular Vision. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders, 1950.

Ogle, Kenneth N., Theodore G. Martens, and John A. Dyer. Oculomotor Imbalance in Binocular Vision and Fixation Disparity. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1967.

Pistor, H. Der Augenoptiker. I: Einfuhrung in die geometrische Optik. Weimar: Panses Verlag, 1933.

Pistor, H. Der Augenoptiker. II: Das menschliche Auge. Weimar: Panses Verlag, 1933.

Slatt, Bernard J., and Harold A. Stein. Why Wear Glasses If You Want Contacts? The Story of the New Soft Contact Lens.Simon & Schuster, Pocket Books, 1972.

Trendelenburg, Wilhelm. Per Gesichtssinn; Grundzuge der Physiologischen Optik. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1961.

J O U R N A L S
International Contact Lens Clinic v.2 #2,3,4 (1975)
'v.3 #1,3 (1976)

Alumni Bulletin. Pennsylvania College of Optometry. v.6 #4, Nov/Dec. 1952

M I S C E L L A N E O U S
30 reprints, various subjects, from journals:
American Journal of Ophthalmology

American Journal of Optometry & Archives American Academy of Optometry

Archives of Ophthalmology

Journal of the Optical Society of America
467 ABANDONED 0604/1984 Lakeland
SEDGWICK, R. D. SEDGWICK, R. D. Catalogue of the Rochester School of Optometry; An Institute of Optics and Optometry. Rochester, NY: Office of the Dean, Rochester School of Optometry, 1921. ("18th Annual Catalogue")

Differential Diagnosis in Ocular Examination, by A.M. Skeffington. Chicago: Wilton Publishing Co., c1931.

Dynamic Ocular Tests, by Charles Sheard. Columbus, OH: Lawrence Press Co., 1917.

Dynamic Skiametry and Methods of Testing the Accommodation and Convergence of the
Eyes by Charles Sheard.Chicago: Cleveland Press,1920.

The 1941 Year Book of Optometry. New York State Optometric Association.

The 1942 Year Book of Optometry. New York State Optometric Association.

reprints from the American Journal of Optometry:
"The Cortical Mechanisms of Binocular Vision in Normal and Anomalous Projection" by Frederick W. Brock, (v.17 #10, October 1940)

"Projection Habits in ALternate Squints" by Frederick W. Brock, (v.17 #5, May 1940)

reprint from the 1940 Year Book of Optometry:
"Recent Advances in the Treatment of Strabismus" by Frederick W. Brock

reprint from Archives of Optometry (date not indicated):
"The Relationship Between Accommodation and Convergence" by Harry M. Bestor
465 ABANDONED 09/11/1985 Glen Head
SEGER, CHARLES E. SEGER, CHARLES E. PAMPHLET
"Maturity - Occupational Vision and the Ophthalmic Professions" Number Four in a Series, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1950.

JOURNALS
Forty-Four Year Cumulative Index vol. 1 (1924) - vol. 44 (1967) to American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry

American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry
vol. 25 #6-#12 (1948)
vol. 26 #1-#12 (1949)
vol. 27 #1-#12 (1950)
vol. 28 #1-#12 (1951)
vol. 29 #1-#9 and #12 (1952)
vol. 30 #1-#12 (1953)
vol. 31 #1-#12 (1954)
vol. 32 #1-#12 (1955)
vol. 33 #1-#12 (1956)
vol. 34 #1-#12 (1957)
vol. 35 #1-#12 (1958)
vol. 36 #1-#12 (1959)
vol. 37 #1-#12 (1960)
vol. 38 #1-#12 (1961)
vol. 39 #1-#12 (1962)
voI. 40 #1-#12 (1963)
vol. 41, #1-#12 (1964)
vol. 42, #1-#12 (1965)
vol. 43, #1-#12 (1966)
vol. 44, #1-#12 (1967)
vol. 45, #1-#12 (1968)
vol. 46, #1-#12 (1969)
vol. 47, #1-#12 (1970)
vol. 48, #1-#4, #6-#12 (1971)
vol. 49, #1-#7, #9-#12 (1972)
vol. 50, #1-#12 (1973)

American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics
vol. 51, #l-#3, #6, #7, #9, #11, #12 (1974)
vol. 52, #1, #2, #4-#11 (1975)
vol. 53, #1-#5, #6, #7, #9 parts 1 and 2, #10-#12 (1976)
vol. 54, #2, #4, #5, #9 (1977)
vol. 55, #2 -#5, #7-#12 (1978)
vol. 56, #1-#12 (1979)
vol. 57, #l-#9 and #11, #12 (1980)
vol. 58, #1-#12, plus two directories of the American Academy of Optometry, Aug.(1981)
vol. 59, #1-#12 (1982)
vol. 60, #1-#10 (1983)
vol. 61, #2, #3, #4, #6, #7, #8, #y, #11 (1984)
vol. 62, #1, #2, #4-#12 (1985) -includes a supplement to #6
464 ABANDONED 01/16/1987 San Luis Obispo
SEGER, CHARLES E. SEGER, CHARLES E. 3 boxes of personal papers & records of his positions in the AOA structure. 894 ABANDONED 07/11/1988 San Luis Obispo
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LEO P. SEMES 1 BOOK Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy. inscription 921 ABANDONED 05/20/1988 Birmingham
SHAFRAN, SIDNEY I. SHAFRAN, SIDNEY I. Audio-Digest Ophthalmology series

v. 38 #23 Dec. 7, 2000 (study sheet only)

v.39 #15 Aug. 7, 2001 (study sheet only)

v.41 #1- #20 Jan. 7 - Oct. 21, 2003 [all issues] 1 CD-ROM + study sheet for each issue

1 "Special Topics" CD-ROM, v.7 #3 May 2003: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS): What We Know Today, by Joseph Silva, Jr.
462 ABANDONED 02/23/2004 Bristol
SHAFRAN, SIDNEY I. SHAFRAN, SIDNEY I. Audio CDs : Audio Digest Ophthalmology

v. 39 #15 (2001)

v. 41 #21-24 (2003)

v. 42 #1-24 (2004)

v. 43 #1-17, 19-24 (2005)

v. 44 #1-10 (2006)

[All CDs except v.39 #15 include a printed 4-page study guide.]
463 ABANDONED 06/26/2006 Bristol
SHANESON, ELIAS SHANESON, ELIAS ALUMNI BULLETIN. PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 12 1958-59, 3 issues
13 1959-60, 5 issues
14 1960-61, 4 issues
15 1961, 1 issue

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 13 1936, 2 issues
14 1937, 5 issues
16 1939, 1 issue
17 1940, complete (bound)

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY AND ARCHIVES OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 18 1941, complete (bound)
19 1942, complete (bound)
20 1943, complete (bound)
21 1944, 2 issues
24 1947, 11 issues
25 1948, complete (bound)
26 1949, complete (bound)
27 1950, complete (bound)
28 1951, complete (bound)
29 1952, 11 issues
30 1953, complete
31 1954, complete
32 1955, complete
33 1956, complete
34 1957, 11 issues
35 1958, complete
36 1959, complete
37 1960, complete
38 1961, complete
39 1962, 11 issues
40 1963, complete
41 1964, complete
42 1965, complete
43 1966, complete
44 1967, complete
45 1968, complete
46 1969, complete
47 1970, complete
48 1971, complete
49 1972, complete

BLUE BOOK OF OPTOMETRISTS
1948
1952
1954
1956
1958
1960
1962
1964
1966
1968

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY BULLETIN OF INFORMATION
39th Series, No. 7 1939
46th Series, No. 29 1946
47th Series, No. 18 1947
48th Series, No. 21 1948
50th Series, No. 13 1950
51st Series, No. 12 1951
52nd Series, No. 8 1952

CONTACTO
Vol. 1 1957, 1 issue
3 1959, 2 issues
4 1960, 4 issues

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Vol. 29 1957-58 2 issues
30 1958-59 11 issues
31 1959-60 11 issues
32 1960-61 complete
33 1961-62 11 issues
34 1962-63 complete
35 1964 complete
36 1965 complete
37 1966 complete
38 1967 complete
39 1968 11 issues
40 1969 11 issues
41 1970 complete
42 1971 complete
43 1972 complete

JOURNAL OF THE NEW YORK STATE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
Vol. 25 1957 1 issue
27 1959 1 issue
28 1960 6 issues
29 1961 1 issue

OPTICAL JOURNAL AND REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
Vol. 95 1958 11 issues
96 1959 complete
97 1960 complete
98 1961 19 issues
99 1962 2 issues
100 1963 6 issues
101 1964 3 issues
102 1965 16 issues
103 1966 complete
104 1967 complete
105 1968 complete
106 1969 complete
107 1970 complete
108 1971 complete
109 1972 complete

OPTOMETRIC WEEKLY
Vol. 50 1959, 6 issues
51 1960, 37 issues
52 1961, 2 issues
53 1962, 10 issues
54 1963, 8 issues
55 1964, 2 issues
56 1965, 48 issues
57 1966, 51 issues
58 1967, complete
59 1968, complete
60 1969, complete
61 1970, complete
62 1971, complete
63 1972, complete

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. BULLETIN
No. 1489 May, 1964

Multiple copies of Pennsylvania College of Optometry school catalogs
434 ABANDONED 11/12/1973 Buffalo
SHANESON, ELIAS SHANESON, ELIAS AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY & PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
December, 1973 (50:12)
January-December, 1974 (51:1-12)
January-December, 1975 (52:1-12)
January-December, 1976 (53:1-12)-September has 2 parts
January-December, 1977 (54:1-12)
January-December, 1978 (55:1-12)
January-December, 1979 (56:1-12)

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOHETRIC ASSOCIATION
January, 1978 (49:1)
January, 1979 (50:1)

OPTICAL JOURNAL AND REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
January 1, 1974 (111:1) - December 15, 1974 (111:24) 24 issues
January 1, 1975 (112:1) - December 15, 1975 (112:24) 22 issues
January 15, 1977 (114:1) - April 15, 1977 (114:4) 4 issues

REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
May 15, 1977 (114:5) - December 15, 1977 (114:12) 8 issues
January 15, 1978 (115:1) - December 15, 1978 (115:12) 12 issues
January 15, 1979 (116:1) - December 15, 1979 (116:12) 12 issues
460 ABANDONED 10/23/1980 Buffalo
SHANESON, ELIAS SHANESON, ELIAS BOOKS AND REPRINTS
American Optical Company. AO-Tait Retinoscope; Technique and Use. American Optical, 1930.

American Optical Company. The Ophthalmoscope, and Studies of the Fundus Oculi in Important Pathological Conditions.American Optical, c1939.

Ames, A.; Gordon H. Gliddon; Kenneth N. Ogle. Size and shape of ocular images. I. Methods of determination and physiologic significance, (reprinted from Archives of Ophthalmology, April 1932)

Ames, A.; Kenneth Ogle. Size and shape of ocular images. III. Visual sensitivity to differences in the relative size of the ocular images of the two eyes, (reprinted from Archives of Ophthalmology, June 1932)

Anderson, Albert L. Technique of Fitting Contact Lenses. Minneapolis, Minn.: published by the author, c1944.

Baldwin, William R.; Charles R. Shick. Corneal Contact Lenses: Fitting Procedures. Philadelphia: Chilton Co., c1962.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Ophthalmic^Lenses; Their History, Theory and Application. Rochester, N.Y.: Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1935.

Beacher, L. Lester. Contact Lens Technique. 3rd ed. New York: New York Contact Lens Research Laboratories, c1944.

Beacher, L. Lester. Corneal Contact Lenses. New York: L. Lester Beacher, c1955.

Beacher, L. Lester. Your Precious Eyesight. New York: Psychological Library, 1952.

Bennett, A. G. Optics of Contact Lenses. 3rd ed., rev. London: Association of Dispensing Opticians, 1963

Boston Better Business Bureau. Facts You Should Know About Your Eyesight, Boston, Mass.: Better Business Bureau, c1941.

Calkins, T.H. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Indianapolis, Ind.: Continental Optical Co., 1941.

Carleton, Elmer H.; Leo F. Madigan. Size and shape of ocular images. II. Clinical significance, (reprinted from Archives of Ophthalmology, May 1932)

Feinbloom, William. The Practice of Fitting Contact Lenses. Minneapolis, Minn.: The Journal of the American Optometric Association, 1942.

Illuminating Engineering Society. American Recommended Practice of Industrial Lighting. Approved March 17, 1942 by American Standards Association. New York: Illuminating Engineering Society, 1942.

Griffin, Robert B., ed. Nearpoint Material for Optometrists. 2nd ed. Indianola, Miss.: R.B. Griffin, c1963.

Lancaster, Walter B. Fifty years' experience in ocular motility. (reprinted from American Journal of Ophthalmology, May-July, 1941)

McFadden, F. Synchronizing bifocal lenses, (reprinted from Optical Journal and Review of Optometry) Chilton Co., 1939.

Manas, Leo. Visual Analysis Handbook. Chicago: Professional Press, 1952.

Murroughs, T.R. A Clinical Guide to Amblyopia Therapy. Prepared for the Committee on Visual Problems in Schools, American Optometric Association, 1957.

Neumueller, Julius. The Effect of Ametrppia Upon the Correction for the Cornea! Astigmatism. American Optical Co., [1935].

New York State Optometric Association. "Annotations" from "The Optician" of London, England. NYSOA, [1940?]

New York State Optometric Association. The 1937 Year Book of Optometry. NYSOA, 1937.

New York State Optometric Association. Public Health Bureau. Working With the Press.
(No.1 in Making Friends for Optometry series) NYSOA, 1947.

Noyes, H.G. Ocular pathology as seen by optometrists, (reprinted from Optical Journal and Review of Optometry) Chilton Co., 1940.

Oertel, George D. Points on the Technique of Kratometry. Shuron Optical Co., [1927?]

Pine, Harry E. Patient Control; Applied Psychology for the Optometrist. Chicago: Professional Press, 1939

Salvatori, Philip L.; America Oriani. The fitting of contact lenses, (reprinted from Archives of Ophthalmology, December 1943)

Shlaifer, Arthur. The duplicity theory, (reprinted from the Alumni Bulletin [PCO], March 1950)

Shuron Optical Company. The Genothalmic Ophthalmometer, Model 3240. Geneva, N.Y.: Shuron Optical Co., 1934, c1928.

Stair, Ralph. Spectral-Transmissive Properties and Use of Eye-Protective Glasses. (National Bureau of Standards Circular 471)U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, October 8, 1948.

Turville, A.E. Outline of Infinity Balance. London: Raphael's Ltd., 1950.

U.S. War Department. Notes on Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat in Aviation Medicine. (Technical Manual no. 8-300) Washington, DC: War Department/ November 26, 1940.

PERIODICALS
Bulletin of the Optometric Research Institute of Michigan, #1,2,3, 1937

The Columbia Optometrist Sept., Dec. 1935 (v.9 #3,4); Feb., Sept., Dec. 1936 (v.10 #1,3,40);Feb., May 1937 (v.11 #41, 42)

Optical Journal & Review of Optometry April 1, 1975 (v.112 #7)

Optometric Annual, 2nd ed.

Optometric Extension Program "Practice Development for Optometrists" series, June-Sept. 1941 (v.8 #8-11)

Optometric Weekly Feb. 21, 1963 (v.54 #8)

The Refraction Letter #29, Jan. 1976

MISCELLANEOUS
Commencement program, Columbia University, 183rd annual, June 1, 1937.

Program from Annual Banquet given by Junior Class of 1937, School of Optometry of Columbia University, April 17, 1936.

Program from Annual Banquet given by Junior Class of 1938, School of Optometry of Columbia University, April 23, 1937.

Miscellaneous class notes, readings, and reports from Dr, Shaneson's courses at Columbia University.

Letter to Dr. Shaneson (student) from James P.C. Southall of the Columbia University Department of Physics, dated January 28, 1937.

Collected questions from the New York State Board Examinations in Optometry, 1924-1937.

Columbia University, New York. Announcement of Professional Courses in Optometry. Winter/Spring sessions, 1942-1943.42nd series, no. 7.January 24, 1942.

Descriptive brochures from Shuron Optical Company, Geneva, N.Y., and from Precision Contacts, Minneapolis, Minn.

Program from the 79th Annual Convention of the New York State Optometric Association, May 23-27, 1974, Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania.
461 ABANDONED 09/08/1982 Buffalo
SHAPIRO, ABRAHAM SHAPIRO, ABRAHAM THE SCOPE. (Published by the students of the Massachusetts College of Optometry)
vol. 23, no. 5-7, September - December 1952

vol. 24, no. 1-3, January - May 1953
433 ABANDONED 11/01/1976 Wethersfield
SHAPIRO, IRVING L. SHAPIRO, IRVING L. 2 pair opera folding frames 869 ABANDONED 05/05/1978 Tamarac
SHAPIRO, IRVING L. SHAPIRO, IRVING L. 2 manila packages of material pertaining to the
New York State J. of Optometry.
841 ABANDONED 02/1979 Tamarac
SHAPIRO, IRVING L. SHAPIRO, IRVING L. Slides

Lay-out and Work-up of the 2 NYSOA journals.
432 ABANDONED 04/22/1980 Tamarac
SHERIDAN, ROBERT L. SHERIDAN, ROBERT L. 1 May ophthalmoscope no. 115 S (American Optical) in velvet-lined box labeled "DeZeng-Standard Co., Camden NJ"

1 6-inch ruler, metric & inches, advertising Sischo & Beard, Manufacturing Opticians, St. Paul, Minnesota

1 perimetry target wand

1 Loring ophthalmoscope in small leather case, F.A. Hardy & Co., Chicago

1 Engelmann Disparity Bars & instruction sheet (for home visual training)

3 multiple pinhole discs for trial case lens ring

1 near vision test card for use with Mandaville Stereo Adaptor

2 head-mounted vision testing apparatus
431 ABANDONED 06/30/1998 Rochester
SHIVAS, GORDON C. SHIVAS, GORDON C. 1 trial frame

BOOKS :
1. Allen, Edmund. T THE ABC OP PITTING GLASSES Chicago, Geo. K. Hazlitt & Co., 1897.

2. Arneson, T J THE NEW OPTOMETRY: A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MUSCULAR IMBALANCES Minneapolis, Arneson Clinic, 1932.

3. Atkinson, Thomas G TECHNIC OP REFRACTION Chicago, Professional Press, 1922.

4. Brown, C H SUPPLEMENT TO THE OPTICIAN'S MANUAL (CHAPTERS 11 AND 12) Philadelphia, Keystone, 1899.

5. Burnett, Swan M THE PRINCIPLES OP REFRACTION IN THE HUMAN EYE BASED ON THE LAWS OF CONJUGATE FOCI Philadelphia, Keystone, 1904.

6. Cross, Andrew Jay A SYSTEM OF OCULAR SKIAMETRY New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1903.

7. Dailey, Lawrence J REFRACTIVE AND OPHTHALMIC CATECHISM Gloversville (N. Y.), Collins Publ. Co., 1898.

8. Davis, A P NEUROLOGY EMBRACING NEUROOPHTHALMOLOGY Cincinnati, F. L. Rowe, 1905.

9. Dvorine, Israel THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ANALYTICAL REFRACTION AND ORTHOPTICS Baltimore (Md.), Waverly Press, 1939.

10. Gould, George M A POCKET MEDICAL DICTIONARY Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1903.

11. Hansell, Howard F and Reber, Wendell A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK ON THE MUSCULAR ANOMALIES OP THE EYE Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1899.

12. Hart ridge, Gustavus THE OPHTHALMOSCOPE London, J. & A. Churchill, 1897.

13. Jackson, Edward SKIASCOPY AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATION TO THE STUDY OP REFRACTION Philadelphia, Edwards & Docker Co., 1898.

14. Jamison, Alcinous B INTESTINAL ILLS New York, Chas. A. Tyrrell, 1913

15. Jaques, Louis FUNDAMENTAL REFRACTION AND ORTHOPTICS Los Angeles, Globe Printing Co., 1936.

16. Jaques, Louis and Crow, George APPLIED REFRACTION Los Angeles, Harry R. Day, 1934.

17 . Kurtz, Jack I THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF OCULAR PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR OPTOMETRISTS Minneapolis, Amer. J. of Optometry, 1930.

18. Lewis, James J POCKET OPTICAL DICTIONARY (n. p,), J. J. Lewis, 1908,

19. Littlefield, J E OPTOMETRY: THE LITTLEFIELD SYSTEM OF EYE AND NERVE MEASUREMENTS Biddeford (Maine), Press of Biddeford J., 1905.

20. McCormick, Charles A SYNOPSIS OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF NEUROLOGY (n. p.), Amy N. McCormick, 1907.

21. Peckham, Ray Morse THE MODERN TREATMENT OF BINOCULAR IMBALANCES WITH THE GENOTHALMIC KRATOMETER Geneva (N. Y.}, Shur-On Standard Optical Co., 1928.

22. Potter, Samuel 0 L A COMPEND OF HUMAN ANATOMY INCLUDING THE ANATOMY OF THE VISCERA Philadelphia, P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 1890 Edit . and 1900. Edit

23. Sheard, Charles DYNAMIC OCULAR TESTS Columbus (Ohio), Lawrence Press, 1917.

24. Sheard, Charles DYNAMIC SKIAMETRY AND METHODS OF TESTING THE ACCOMMODATION AND CONVERGENCE OF THE EYES Chicago, Cleveland Press, 1920.

25. Talbot, C � OPTOMETRY QUIZ COMPEND San Francisco, Optical World Publ. Co., 1920.

26. Wiseman, Eugene G A TREATISE ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN OCULAR WORK Rochester (N. Y.), John P. Smith Printing Co., 1916.

27. Wright, John W ^ A TEXT BOOK OF OPHTHALMOLOGY Columbus (Ohio), J. L. Trauger, 1896.

JOURNALS :
McCormick. Charles, Ed.
1. "The Ophthalmologist" Vol. 1 and 2 (one cover), from Jan. 15, 1900 to Dec. 15, 1901. and Vol. 3, from Jan. 15, 1902 to Dec. 15, 1902. '
430 ABANDONED 10/10/1966 Pulaski
SHORR, ROBERT SHORR, ROBERT 1 wooden instrument: Optometer (Self-Testing Optical Co.) 192? 870 ABANDONED 03/17/1978 Detroit
SHULMAN, MARVIN A. SHULMAN, MARVIN A. Marvin A. Shulman, 00D0
Frederick Rabson, 00D0
198 Lyell Avenue
Rochester, New York 14608
Dear Doctors Shulman and Robson:
Thank you for sending us the June 28, 1937 issue of the Rochester
Journal. It has been added to our file on the 1937 ADA convention.
We very much appreciate you thinking of the AOA Archives!
Sincerely yours ,
, , . (Mrs.; Sanura J. Smo-th, Assistant Librarian
American OpVometric Association Library
sjs
30 ABANDONED 08/31/1973 Rochester
SHULMAN, MARVIN A. SHULMAN, MARVIN A. June 28, 1937 issue of the Rochester Journal. 427 ABANDONED 08/31/1973 Rochester
SILVERMAN, MORTON W. SILVERMAN, MORTON W. 1 pair antique eyeglasses, 1 pair antique
sunglasses, 1 eyeglass case
129 ABANDONED 02/13/1967 Warwick
SILVERMAN, MORTON W. SILVERMAN, MORTON W. 1 Black 3-ring binder, 9 x 7 inches, containing 203 typed pages of minutes of the meetings of Rhode Island State Board of Examiners in Optometry from September 30, 1941 to November 25, 1959.

1 Black 3-ring binder, 9 x 6% inches, containing 88 typed pages of minutes of meetings of the Rhode Island State Board of Examiners in Optometry, January 27, 1960 to November 6, 1969.

2 Scrapbooks containing newspaper advertising of eyeglasses and optical establishments.

5 Typed pages. Draft of a report to the Rhode Island Optometric Association describing the functions of the Rhode Island Board of Examiners in Optometry. n/a, n/t, n/d, therefore unidentified document.

4 Items. Rhode Island Board of Examiners in Optometry - Rules and Regulations.

4 Congratulatory letters to individuals upon their election to public office: Governor, Senator, Mayor, and Councilman.

7 Items. Appointment to the (Rhode Island) Board of Examiners in Optometry.

7 Items. Miscellaneous correspondence, from and to, Dr. Thomas Costa.

1 "Guide for Parents on Visual Training." St. Louis, Educational Division of Circle Press, 1962.
425 ABANDONED 06/08/1979 Warwick
SISSON, WILLIAM SISSON, WILLIAM 4 old crinkle black Keystone Stereoscopes with cards in metal box one has rotor with discs to control timing of lights
1 Keystone correct eye scope chiroscope
1 Rheems tachistoscope with slides (like view master)
1 AO Troposcope Model 1330 with lantern slides
1 Rotoscope
830 ABANDONED 09/29/2014 Newport
SLATON, PAUL SLATON, PAUL American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. (loose-leaf binder containing 19 separate publications)
VS-1 Optical Principles of Retinoscopy. c1940
VS-2 Optical Principles of Ophthalmometry. c1940
VS-3 Diagnosis and Procedure in Cases of Amblyopia. c1937
VS-4 The Correct Use of the Phoroptor. c1940
VS-5 Abstract of a Clinical Procedure As Applied to the Refractive Technique. c1937
VS-6 Some Important Optical Facts in the Correction of Aphakia. c1937
VS-7 The Use of Minus Cylinders in Routine Refraction. c1937
VS-8 Principles of Single Iseikonic Lenses. c1937
VS-9 Interpretation of Ophthalmometric Readings And Their Application to the Retinoscopic Test for Astigmatism. c1937
VS10 Subjective Test With Project-0-Chart and Cohen Slide. c1940
VS11 Principles of Crossed Cylinder Tests. c1937
VS12 Transposition of Obliquely Crossed Cylinders. c1938
VS13 Correction of Astigmatism. c1938
VS14 The Analysis of the Reading Graph. c1938
VS15 The Effect of the Ametropic Distance Correction Upon the Accommodation and
Reading Addition. c1937
VS16 Phoria Norms. c1941
VS17 Duction Measurements And Their Significance. c1941
VS18 Units of Measurement in Ophthalmic Optics & Ocular Refraction. c1943
VS19 History of Near-Point Reading Cards. c1944

Bray, F. Light. London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1930.

Bruckner, R. Aktuelle Probleme des schielenden Kindes. Basel: Benno Schwabe & Co., 1958.

Burdon, Kenneth L. A Textbook of Microbiology. New York: Macmillan Co., 1939.

Fincham, W.H.A. Optics. 5th ed. London: Hatton Press, 1947.

Fisher, W.A. Senile Cataract; Methods of Operating. Chicago: Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat College, 1923.

Grove, Russel Clark. Sinus. 2nd ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1944.

Hearings Before Subcommittee No. 4 of the Committee on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives, 89th Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 12937, H.R. 13049, H.R. 13155, H.R. 13176, H.R. 13623, and H.R. 13821 to Regulate the Practice of Optometry in the District of Columbia. March 21-23, 1966.

Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, 89th Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 40. July 27-29, August 5-6, 1965. ("Dispensing of Eyeglasses by Physicians")

Kimber, Diana, Carolyn E. Gray, and Caroline Stackpole. Textbook of Anatomy and Physiology, llth ed. New York: Macmillan Co., c1942

Mutze, Karl, L. Foitzik, W. Krug, and G. Schreiber. Brockhaus ABC der Optik. Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus, 1961.
421 ABANDONED 08/08/1983 Hopkins
SLATON, PAUL SLATON, PAUL 3 colored (lavendar, green, & dark blue) contact lenses,
empty Precision-Cosmet plastic Trial Lens container 8-12-59 .
924 ABANDONED 09/10/1987 Hopkins
SLAVIN, SIDNEY SLAVIN, SIDNEY Copy of his patent for "Spinning Optics Device", & papers & letters about this device. Total of 10 items 1007 ABANDONED 06/19/1986 Richmond
SMITH, BOYKIN BAIRD SMITH, BOYKIN BAIRD Issues of journals needed to fill gaps in our collection.

Journal of the AOA: April and December 1937; February, August, September, October, and November 1938; May 1939

Optometric Weekly: May 19, 1960; December 2, 1965; and January 11, 1973.
929 ABANDONED 11/05/1982 Olney
CHAKMAN, JOSEPH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AUSTRALIAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION 1 book on Australian slang. 936 ABANDONED 12/07/1983 Carlton, Victoria
SODERBERG, DALE C. SODERBERG, DALE C. 2 green boxes of old glasses 872 ABANDONED 06/13/1978 Glenwood City
SOLOMON, HERBERT SOLOMON, HERBERT 2 copies: The Complete Guide to Eye Care, Eyeglasses, and Contact Lenses, revised edition, by Walter J. Zinn and Herbert Solomon. Hollywood, FL : Frederick Fell Publishers, c1988. 418 ABANDONED 03/16/1988 Chicago
SOLOMON, JACK SOLOMON, JACK one miniature diploma in a wood frame, 3" x 2.5", from Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, IL, awarded to Walter A. Leeds, O.D., April 1947.
A most unusual item, evidently made for a doll's house.
416 ABANDONED 04/24/1987 Ft Lauderdale
SOLOMON, JACK SOLOMON, JACK 1 Contact Lens Edger & Beveler (for polishing contact lens' edges) approximately 25 years old

1 Precision-Cosmet Company Cut-Down Lathe for contact lenses (electric) Minneapolis, Minnesota Serial no. 510 approximately 25 years old
417 ABANDONED 05/14/1987 Ft Lauderdale
SOLOMON, STEPHEN S. SOLOMON, STEPHEN S. 23" x 31" sepia & white poster, "Representative Optometrists of the State of New York' 1915-1916 [portraits, with names, in very good condition] 414 ABANDONED 07/14/2000 Owego
SOLOMON, STEPHEN S. SOLOMON, STEPHEN S. Specialty Frames publications:
"Dispensing & Merchandising" product guide, 2001
"Surfacing & Finishing" product guide, 2000
"Lens Talk" October, 2000

Supplements to Vision Monday and 20/20:
Lenses & Technology December, 1999 "Annual Resource Guide"
Lenses & Technology October, 2000
415 ABANDONED 09/27/2001 Owego
SPEES, HELEN H. SPEES, HELEN H. PRINT MATERIAL:
Contact Lens Cartoons ("Sphertoons") Humor and Progress Celebrated in Sphertoons. Newton K. Wesley, George N. Jessen, Bette Bagnell. Illustrations by Bob Markowitz. Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Company, 1957/58.

Official List of Registered Optometrists in the State of Tennessee. April 1, 1946 (22pg. paper booklet. Ink markings)

Optometry in Missouri. Missouri State Board of Optometry, Jan. 30, 1945. The Optometry Laws, Rules and Regulations and Miscellaneous Information. (23p.)

Tennessee State Board questions (April, 1948)

The Shuron Pupillometer. Ryer-Hotaling. Geneva NY: Shuron Optical Company, (11pg. paper booklet)

Your Vision and You. 50th anniversary commemorative issue Optometric Weekly. Chicago: Professional Press, 1960. (240p.)

MUSEUM ITEMS:
"Contact Lens Computer" Chicago: The Plastic Contact Lens Company

Feinbloom scleral contact lens

Fisher Schematic Eye - Improved Model, no. 1111. Chicago: Riggs Optical Company (in original box)

Flint Eye Bath (eye cup in original box) New York: Eagle Druggists Supply Company.

"Lens Rest" disposable cleaning and storage packets for contact lenses. Euchee Enterprises, East Point, GA. Distributed by Allied Optical Products, Atlanta, GA.

"Red Dot Kit" American Optical Company, (with screws and plastic sleeves, for eyeglasses)

simple optometer (metal) with "count the dots" slide device

Titmus Optical Company tinted lenses. Three in display box for each of two lens types: "Contra-Glare" and "Velvet-Lite"
411 ABANDONED 10/31/1997 Greeneville
SPEES, ROYAL BEECHER SPEES, ROYAL BEECHER 1 B & L slit lamp. 896 ABANDONED 06/28/1989 Greenville

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Books
Brandt, Herman F. Psychology of seeing. New York, The Philosophical Library, 1945.

Hartwell, Dickson Dogs against darkness; the story of the seeing eye. New York, Dodd Mead and Company, 1942.

Kottmeyer, William Teacher's guide for remedial reading. St. Louis, Webster Publishing Company, 1959.

Lewis, Norman How to read better and faster. Revised edition. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1951.

Lueck, Edward J. Transpositions and tables; a simple and comprehensive treatise on the laws of transpositions to assist refractionists, opticians, students, shopmen and all
who have to do with optical lenses. Chicago, Professional Press, n.d.

McCullough, Constance M. Problems in the improvement of reading. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1946. This book contains an illegible, handwritten signature on the front page.

Ruesch, Jurgen and Kees, Weldon Nonverbal communication; notes on the visual perception of human relations. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1959.

Spalteholz, Werner Hand-atlas of human anatomy. Tr.: Barker, Lewellys F.,Vols. I, II, III. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, n.d. All three volumes contain handwritten
signatures on the front page. In the first volume there are notes pertaining to the contents of the book.

Museum Articles
1 Bifocal prescription analysis chart (made by Bausch and Lomb)

1 large Pince-nez display sign

Instruments
1 early model of Javal Ophthalmometer
382 ABANDONED 1971 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 48 books, 4 journal issues, 1 monograph,
3 ophthalmometers
132 ABANDONED 01/17/1968 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 50 books, 1 journal issue, 1 DeZeng
re fractometer
131 ABANDONED 02/02/1968 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 9 books, 14 yearbooks, 25 pamphlets,
monographs, journals & reprints, 1
hand optometer, 1 mailing box used
by Dr. A. J. Cross, 18 pair antique
eyeglasses, 1 pair antique protective
eye goggles with case, 2 pair hand
type antique eyeglasses (one with
case).
130 ABANDONED 03/11/1968 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 25 books (3 of which are rare books); 3 journal issues 157 ABANDONED 01/29/1969 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 6 books, 17 journals 182 ABANDONED 03/12/1970 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 table mounted Standard Prisoptometer, manufactured by the Standard Optical Company Makers, Geneva, New York. Patent date: June 21, 1904. 380 ABANDONED 06/25/1970 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
American Optical Company "Industrial Visual Efficiency and Eye Protection". Southbridge (Mass.), American Optical, n .d.

American Optical Company "Prescription Lenses". Southbridge Mass., American Optical Company, 1950.

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company "Lag of Accomodation; and its Significance in the analysis of visual problems: Scientific and Technical Publication No. 19". Rochester (N.Y.), Bausch and Lomb, 1939. Accomodative Lag Computer included.

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company "Ortho-Rater Scores and Clinical Examinations". (Rochester), Bausch and Lomb, n.d.

Cheyne-Stout, R. At the zoo: the stereo book of animals. New York, Farrar & Rhinehart, 1937. Includes stereo viewing mechanism.

Keystone View Company "Keystone Viewing Vision Training Series, Part 2: Vision Skills and Supplementary Tests". Meadville (Pa.), Keystone View Company, 1948.

Keystone View Company "Manual of Instruction for use with the Keystone Industrial Visual Safety Service". Meadville, Keystone View Company, 1944. Included in this manual is a copy of the Orthoptist Vol. 2, No. 6, September 1942 explaing the tests in the manual. Attached to the inside back cover is a record form for use with the tests and a
letter from G. E. Hamilton (then President of Keystone View Company) to Dr. Staiman dated April 25, 1945.

Keystone View Company "Manual of Instructions for use with the Keystone Ortho-Split-Side Holder". Meadville, Keystone View Company, 1946.

Keystone View Company "Manual of Keystone Orthoptic Exercises Part 2; Visua-'l Skills and Supplementary Tests". Meadville, Keystone View Company, 1947.

Marks, Roy "Factors for consideration in the Design and Construction of Single Vision and Multifocal Lenses".

A copy of the report read before the Annual Sales Conference of the Shuron Optical Company, Rochester, New York dated January 8, 1956.

Master Craft Contact Lens Laboratories "Fitting Manual; Lenticon". Flushing, Master Craft Contact Lens Laboratories, n .d .

Mueller Welt Contact Lenses "Tricon Fitting Manual: a treatise on fitting the Cornea with a Tricon Contact Lens". Chicago, Mueller Welt Contact Lenses, 1960. Included within this
pamphlet is the Contact lens report Vol. 1, No. 1 September 1960.

Peckham, R. M. Modern treatment of binocular imbalances with the genothalmic kratometer. Geneva (N.Y.)/ Shur-On Standard Optical Company, 1928.

Included in this preliminary inventory of books and pamphlets are ten brochures describing and explaining different types of optical equipment, instruments and lenses.

REPRINTS AND PERIODICALS
Glatt, Lowell D. and Glatt, M. Morton "Evaluation of Scores of Fourth Grade Children on the Keystone Far-Point Usuable Vision Tests". In the Optical Journal and Review August 15, 1955. Pp. 41-46.

Orthoptist, Nos. 1 and 2 (1952). Published by the Keystone View Company.

Vision Vol. 33, No. 1 (1949). Published by the American Optical Company.

PHOTOGRAPHS
1 8x10, black and white photograph of the late Harry M. Bestor, O.D., Instructor in Physiological Optics, Rochester School of Optometry, Rochester, New York. Photo dated 1923.

INSTRUMENTS
1 Kratometer

1 Hardy Perimeter

1 Worth-Black Amblyoscope
381 ABANDONED 09/1970 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH BOOKS:
Chance, Burton Ophthalmology. New York, Hafner Publishing Company, c1962. 240 pages. (Clio medica)

ADDENDA (material rec. Feb. 1972)

MUSEUM ITEM:
One 24 3/8 x 16 3/8 framed Frame Fitting Chart: showing perfect and imperfect adjustment of eyeglasses and spectacles. Globe Optical Company, 403 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. Copyright 1893 by G.I. Kyte.
383 ABANDONED 12/1971 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH BOOKS:
Gesell, Arnold and Ilg, Frances L. Infant and child in the culture of today. New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, (c1943). 403 pages.

Smee, Alfred The eye in health and disease; with an account of the Optometer, for the adaptation of glasses, for impaired, aged, or defective sight; being the substance of lectures delivered at the Central London Ophthalmic Hispital. London, Longman and Co., c1854. 99 pages.

Sous, G. Traite d'optiqueconsideree dans ses rapports avec 1'examen de 1'oeil. Paris, Octave Doin, C 1881. 512 pages.

PAMPHLETS AND MONOGRAPHS:
American Optical Company New A.O. trial frame. Rochester, American Optical Company, (c1948). 4 pages.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company The Keratometer; a book of instruction. Rochester, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., n.d. 22 pages.

Brown, D. V. The new Weiland Optometer. Reprinted from The National Retail Jeweler, November 1893.

Javal, Emile "History and bibliography of astigmatism - original work by Emile Javal." Optometric Weekly, Vol. 61, No. 50, December 10, 1970. pages 23-29, 40. Optometric Weekly. Vol. 61, No. 51, December 17, 1970. pages 13-17. Translated from the french by Linda McDonald.

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS:
2 items

INSTRUMENTS:
1 lens measure manufactured by the W. H. Reisner Co., patented December 21, 1897.

PLAQUE:
1 metal plaque, 11% x 4^, dark brown with brass colored raised letters and border, reading optical museum on both sides, complete with 2 metal loops for hanging. Previously used at the entrance to Dr. Staimen's private museum.
384 ABANDONED 06/1972 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH BOOKS:
Gregory, R. L. The intelligent eye. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, (C 1970). 191 pages.

Jennings, J. Ellis Color-vision and color-blindness; a practical manual for railroad surgeons. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Co., c1905. 2nd edition, thoroughly revised. 132 pages.

MUSEUM ITEMS:
34 target cards for use with the Worth Black Amblyoscope.
385 ABANDONED 07/21/1972 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S :
Lueck, Irving B. Orthogon: the fundamental design for marginally corrected wide-angle lenses. Rochester, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., (c1941). Scientific and Technical Publication #20.

Swanzy, Henry R. A handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment. 7th. edition. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., c1900.

Walsh, Frank B. Clinical neuro-ophthalmology. 2nd. edition. Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Co., c1957.

C A T A L O G U E S & P E R I O D I C A L :
American Optical Company Opticians' trial sets; trial frames & accessories. Southbridge, American Optical Company, (c1907).

American Optical Company Optical machinery; tools and supplies. Southbridge, American Optical Company, (c1910).

Kub Optical Case Company Spectacle and eye glass cases. East Dedham, (Mass.), Kub Optical Case Company, C May 1, 1906.

Scientific American, Vol. 225, No. 6, December 1971.
386 ABANDONED 03/26/1973 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Luckiesh, Matthew, Light and Work; a Discussion of Quality and Quantity of Light in Relation to Effective Vision and Efficicient Work. New York, D. Van Nostrand Co., 1924.

Rossler, Fritz, Das Auge Als Subjekt; Das Wahrnehmungsbild und Seine Prtifung. Wian, Austria, Verlag Wilhelm Maudrich, 1947.

Swierstra, R., Licht en Zicht. Haarlem, De Technische Uitgeverij H. Stam, 1947.

One pair antique spectacles, silver, by McAllister of Philadelphia,"similar to the Baltimore Kirk make and about the same vintage."
387 ABANDONED 07/30/1973 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S :
Atkinson, Thomas G. Ocular muscles and fusion. Chicago, The Professional Press, Inc., (C 1933). 192 pages. (This book is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-refractive cyclopedia and dictionary. Chicago, The Professional Press, Inc., (C 1934). 384 pages. (This book is stamped "M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

Brubaker, Albert P. A text-book of human physiology including a section on physiologic apparatus. 7th edition. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., (C 1922). 835 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature "M. I. Seltzer, P.S.C.O., 1924" and is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

Fisher, W. A. Ophthalmoscopy, retinoscopy and refraction. 2nd edition. Philadelphia, F0 A. Davis Company, 1927. 291 pages. (This book is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

Fox, L. Webster Diseases of the eye. New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1904. 584 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature "M. I. Seltzer, P0S.C.O. Class '26" and is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist" and "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist,
Wilmington, Del."

Hunter, George William Elements of biology. New York, American Book Company, (C 1907). 445 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature "M. I. Seltzer, Wilmington, Del.")

Jones, Isaac H. Equilibrium and vertigo. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, (C 1918). 444 pages.

Rogers, George A. New correspondence courses in the theory and practice of optometry: special course No. 2, lenses and mirrors. Chicago, George A. Rogers, (n.d.). 66 pages. (This book contains the handwritten signature "M. I. Seltzer, P.S.C.O. class '26" and "M. I. Seltzer, P.S.C.O, class '27.")

Rycroft, B. W. A manual of ophthalmology for medical officers. New York, Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., (C 1945). 95 pages. (This book is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

Stevens, J. Thompson The control of goiter. New York, A. S. Barnes and Company, 1937. 211 pages. (This book is stamped "Dr. M. I. Seltzer, Optometrist.")

U.S. National Advisory Neurological Diseases and Blindness Council, Subcommittee on Vision and its Disorders Vision and its disorders. Bethesda (Maryland), U.S. Dept. of H.E.W., 1967. 225 pages.

Veasey, Clarence A. A manual of diseases of the eye. Philadelphia, Lea Brothers & Co., (C 1903). 412 pages.

I N S T R U M E N T S :
One wooden box containing the following hand ophthalmic instruments plus miscellaneous spare parts:

1 Retinoscope

2 Ophthalmoscopes

1 Dynamic retinoscope

1 Current converter
388 ABANDONED 03/1974 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 pair of antique specatacles with removable square prisms. "The item must have been part of a series of removable prisms but the real value lies in its application and must have been an early modality of orthoptic aids at the turn of the century." 389 ABANDONED 04/30/1975 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH The Hardy Messenger, Vol. 17, No. 1, February 1921.

Luckiesh, M Ultraviolet Radiation; its Properites, Producation, Measurement, and Applications. New York, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1927. 258 pages. 2nd printing.

3 pair of eyeglasses, one which is a pair of eskimoe sunglasses.
390 ABANDONED 11/05/1975 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Moncrieff, M. M. The Clairvoyant Theory of Perception; a New Theory of Vision. London: Faber and Faber, 1951. 391 ABANDONED 06/28/1976 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Wooden case, 12 3A x 3 x 2, containing a tortoise shell combination ear horn and lorgnette. It has an orifice for chain or ribbon so that it can be suspended from the neck. Horn is decorated with carving, (n.d.) 392 ABANDONED 01/21/1977 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S :
Macfadden, Bernarr. Strengthening the Eyes; a System of Scientific Eye Training. New York: Macfadden Book Company, 1936.

Linksz, Arthur. Physiology of the Eye. Volume 1: Optics. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1950.

Linksz, Arthur. Physiology of the Eye. Volume 2: Vision. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1952.

Samuels, Bernard, and Adalbert Fuchs. Clinical Pathology of the Eye; a Practical Treatise of Histopathology. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, 1952.

Troncoso, Manuel Uribe. A Treatise on Gonioscopy. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Company, 1948.
393 ABANDONED 03/09/1977 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Jenkins, Francis A., and White, Harvey E. Fundamentals of Optics. 2d ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1950.

Warren, Howard C. Precis de Psychologic. Version Franchise, d'apres la deuxieme edition Americaine, par Louis Cunault et Etienne Maigre. Paris: Librairie des Sciences Politiques et Sociales, Marcel Riviere, 1923.

"Then There was the Chimp that Kept Falling Off Wire" Cnewspaper clipping: by Patricia Pullan, Paris Bureau of the Baltimore Sun. [Page B-3 continuation of the article missing.]
394 ABANDONED 10/03/1977 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Museum items
Folding eye glasses, yellow gold
pince-nez tortoise shell frame, metal bridge
pince-nez blued steel, bridge, tortoise shell frame
pince-nez blued steel bridge, horn frame
folding eyeglasses; smoke oval rimless lenses
18 spectacles in brass, silver, and steel frames all with sliding sides and loops at each for riband date c. 1776-1820
4 spectacles; one brass frame, three in steel, all with hinged sides, three of them with loops for a riband at each end. Date c. 1760-1830
spectacles; brass frame; straight sides
spectacles; silver frame; straight sides
spectacles; steel frame; straight sides
spectacles; Ben Franklin split bifocals; blue steel; wire frame
spectacle; worked as half-eye bifocal; blue steel wire frame (pantoscopic) date c. 1900
protective goggles (motoring sun glasses); dark smoked lenses with screen shield; thin metal bow temples
2 spectacles "D" shaped eye preservers, green double lenses, protective sides of same shape nickle silver frames. Date c. 1825-1850
2 spectacles; double lenses eye preservers, white lenses; protective sides of smae shape with green lenses; heavy brass frame with sliding sides for riband. Date c. 1825-1850
Spectacles; oval, blue lenses (coquille); steel frame; hinged folding sides with small oval loops for a riband.
spectacles; oval green lenses, steel frame, wide bridge; folding sides ending in large round loops for riband Date 1780-1790
Spectacles; oval green lenses; silver frames; sedle bridge; sliding sides ending in oval loops for riband. Date 1780-1790
Spectacles; oval blue lenses; wide bridge crudy construction folding temples; folding hinged sides. Date 1620-1738
Spectacles; oval amber lenses; field of vision is restricted to a center clear circle as rest of lens is frosted called "nature view" type; short bow sides and pear shaped ends date circa 1820
spectacles; yellow gold seddle bridge; round lenses with shell-tex brown rims with yellow gold end pieces; clamped and thin sold riding bow temples
spectacle frame only; heavy, crud steel construction; wide, high bridge; sliding sides ending in large oval loops for riband date 1776-1820 in steel case with double guard and hinged top
spectacle;thin wire steel frame; oval lenses; seddle bridge; short temples with pear-shapede ends in black case lined in black velvet, ringed top with strip of metal over it markers, "Carpenter and Westley"
eyeglasses; finger piece mounting; rimless oval lenses, on perfurated to hold gold chain and hairpin in cardboard case; redish lizard skin imitation, tuck in flap
spectacle case; wood; inside carbed to shape of the spectacles; surbibed to with the inscription "King" outside the top and "Dennis King, December 27nd 1849 inside.
spectacles case; papier mache covered with a black hard substance like celluloid and inlaid with mother-of-pearl in delicate floral pattern; lined with faded velvet; hinged top
spectacle case; papier mache black glossy finishing, edged in fine zig-zag metal wire on top of case and inlaid floral motif in the same white metal; hinged
spectacle case; tortoiseshell chatelaine ornamental silver clasp for waisbel with chains on top of case has ornamental beads elaborate design in the sterling center band has the initials "B.H." engraved
spectacle case long oblong white metal line in blue felt; hinged lid
spectacle case; small; white metal line with taupe velvet; hinged lid maker au. optical pat. Feb. 909
spectacle case; maple finish wood veneer; lined in dark blue velvet; hinged top maker Bonschur and Holmes
spectacle case; chinese; papier mache covered with sateen one side blue the other crimson both sides covered with tapestry and edged in blac sateen. A long wine colored cord is threaded through the lid, weighted by a porcelain bead with floral design through the lower half is a whine colored decorated cord, weighted by a similar bead and ending in two small tassels
spectacles case; tortoiseshell; small; hinged, snap bottom lid; lined in brown velvet
folding lorgnette; tortoiseshell; oval lenses sliding into and covered handle; beautiful open work ends in loop for chain or ribbon
folding lorgnette in a bamboo shape top pair split in half to accomodate lenses
folding lorgnette; oval lenses; elaborate bridge; lenses fold into an ornate small handle, ending in loop and link for chain
combination aneroid barometer (holisteric) and fahrenheit thermometer; made in France and sold by F. W. McAllister Co. Baltimore, MD; Trade marks PHNB; Brass casing with back screw for local altitude reading adjustment; hinged black box lined in wine colored velvet
1057 ABANDONED 07/12/1978 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Adler, Francis Heed. Gifford's Textbook of Ophthalmology. 6th ed. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Company, 1957.

Bartley, S. Howard. Principles of Perception. 2d ed. New York, Harper and Row, 1969.

Elliott, L. Paul, and Wilcox, William F. Physics; A Modern Approach. New York, Macmillan Company, 1957.

Jackson, Edward. A Manual of the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Diseases of the Eye. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, 1900, c1899.

Swanzy, Henry R. A Handbook of the Diseases of the Eye and their Treatment. 8th ed. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1903.
395 ABANDONED 06/06/1979 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 Unframed certificate from the South Eastern Eye Dispensary and Pennsylvania Eye Institute of the Pennsylvania College of Optics and Ophthalmology awarded to Albert S. Herford, proclaiming Albert S. Herford to be "A Practical and Accomplished Optometrist." Dated May 3, 1916. 18 x 21.5 inches in size. 396 ABANDONED 12/05/1979 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 Spectacle; hexagonal small lenses, wide bridge, sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1820.

1 Spectacle; same as above except for sides which are bow type.

1 Spectacle; same as above but bow sides end in loop for ribbon.

2 Spectacles; same as above but the bow sides have pear-shaped ends.

1 Spectacle; round lenses, silver frame, very wide bridge, hinged folding sides terminating in oval loops for ribbon. Date circa 1720-1750'.

3 Spectacles; rectangular lenses, light steel frame, short sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1830.

1 Spectacle; rectangular lenses, brass frame, sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1800-1820.

1 Spectacle; rectangular lenses, fine wire blue steel frame, hinged sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1800-1820.

2 Spectacles; rectangular lenses, nickel-silver frames, sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1800-1820.

1 Spectacle; rectangular lenses, same as above, but frame is in silver.

1 Spectacle; same as above. Marks: "L.B.C. & Co."

1 Spectacle; rectangular lenses, curious design bridge, delicate gold frame. Date circa 1800-1820.

2 Spectacles; oval lenses, heavy brass frame, very wide bridge, sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1750-1780.

8 Spectacles: oval lenses, steel frames, sides end in loop for ribbon. Date circa 1750-1780.

2 Spectacles; oval lenses, nickle frames, sliding sides, pear-shaped ends. Date circa 1750-1780.

1 Spectacle; oval lenses, gold frame, curious design bridge, sides with pearshaped ends. Date circa 1750-1780.

2 Spectacles; one green-tinted lenses, the other blue. Both with retangular lenses, very wide bridges, sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon.

3 Spectacles; two with gray-tinted lenses, one green. All with "X" bridges. The green has brass frame and sliding sides ending in loop for ribbon. The two grays have thin steel frames.

4 Spectacles; tinted lenses. Two blues and two greens, thin steel frames.

1 Spectacle; tinted green lenses, one damaged. Thin metal frame with hinged sides ending in small loop for ribbon.

1 Eyeglass; possibly to hook over spectacles, silver frame and small fingerpiece with black thin cord attached.

1 Spectacles; pince-nez type oval lenses, curved bridge with cork pads and curved top hooked to padded nose piece. Gold frame, very thin.

1 Pince-nez; tortiseshell frame with metal bridge, one lens & part of the tortiseshell frame missing.

1 Folding pince-nez; round lenses with elaborate silver bridge and long elaborate fingerpiece ending in loop for bridge.

1 Pince-nez; for office use only. Round lenses. An X on each lens marks the lens center. Used as a hoop-spring bridge measuring device.

1 Pince-nez; one dark tinted lens, the other missing, nose piece is padded, loop for ribbon.

1 Folding lorgnette; silver frame, oval lenses, ornate handle in which the spectacles fold. One side loop for ribbon.

1 Lorgnette; dark metal handle and frame, hinged bridge to fold eyeglasses to enclose in elaborate handle which ends in loop for ribbon.

1 Spectacle case; nickle-silver cylinder shape, hinged top with small name plate in center, lined in faded maroon velvet.

1 Spectacle case; two pieces both in tortoiseshell with elaborate Chinese design on outer case. The inside case where eyeglasses are to be enclosed has also a design showing on the end of the case. Case is colorful with pink predominately on tree, bird, and far landscape. Bottom of case is broken.

1 Black case with gold design on hinged top. Case contains pair of antique silver spectacles, rectangular lenses, wide bridge and folding sides. One side ending in loop for ribbon, the other loop missing.

1 Black painted metal case with scratches. Hinged top, no glasses.

1 Wood case painted black with gold engraving on top. Slip on glasses type. Case contains pair of gold antique spectacles, rectangular lenses, sideends in loop for ribbon.

3 Spectacles; contemporary style, white metal frames.

1 Spectacles; very small, possibly for a child. White metal, contemporary style, padded nose piece
397 ABANDONED 03/04/1980 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 copy Focus, Vol. 4, #1, October 1923. Published by the students of the Rochester School of Optometry. 398 ABANDONED 04/30/1980 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S :
Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye; Arranged in the Form of Study Outlines for Optometrists, by William B. Needles, and Ernest Occhiena. Kansas City, Mo., Needles Institute of Optometry, 1919.

The Corning Glass Center. Corning, NY, Corning Glass Works, 1958. (2 copies)

The Extra-Ocular Muscles. A Clinical Study of Normal and Abnormal Ocular Motility, by Luther C. Peter. 3d ed., revised. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1941.

Light. 2nd ed. volumes 1 and 2, by R. W. Ditchburn. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1963.

1 loose-leaf collection of lessons and typed study notes,

1 blue-glass & mesh safety goggles

8 pair antique spectacles

1 spectacle case, Frederick Bateman & Co., London
399 ABANDONED 03/04/1981 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 5 antique metal eyeglass cases.

1 antique polished wood eyeglass case.

1 antique leatherette eyeglass case.

1 hand carved wooden eyeglass case. Inscription inside top of case, "Great Grandfather Deacon's spectacles 1778."

1 pair folding pince-nez; round bifocal lenses, silver frame, padded nose piece, suspended from neck with a black silken cord.

1 pair folding pince-nez; round bifocal lenses, silver frame and long elaborate fingerpiece, suspended from neck with a silver chain.

1 leatherette eyeglass case trimmed with 3 fleur-de-lis suspended from a large fleur-de-lis pin by a silken cord. Contains a pair of spectacles with oval lenses.

1 lorgnette; carved metal handle which contain eyeglasses that fold at the bridge and are released from the handle with a spring. Metal ring at the end of the lorgnette so that it may be suspended by a cord or chain.
400 ABANDONED 11/09/1981 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S
Gregory, .R. L. Eye and Brain, The Psychology of Seeing. New York: World University Library, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1974, c1972.

Jordan, Dale R. Dyslexia in the Classroom. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co., 1972.

Kirby, Daniel B. Advanced Surgery of Cataract. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1955.

Schwartz, Seymour I., ed. The Year Book of Surgery 1975. Chicago: Year Book Medical Publishers, 1975.
401 ABANDONED 11/08/1982 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S
Barrows, William E. Light, Photometry and Illuminating Engineering. 2nd ed. Ne w York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1938.

Gifford, Sanford R. A Textbook of Ophthalmology. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Co., 1943.

Hales, Robert H. Contact Lenses; A Clinical Approach to Fitting. 2nd ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1982.

Lockwood, R.M. The Human Eye; With Two Dissected Sectional Models. Translated and adapted from the German of Dr. Securio by R.M. Lockwood.New York: Optical Publishing Co., 1910.

Optics and Service Instruments. 1st American edition. Brooklyn, NY: Chemical Publishing Co., 1941.(Reprinted by permission of the Controller of His Britannic Majesty's Stationery Office.)

Wright, Harvey D. Questions and Answers in Ophthalmology. Springfield: Charles C Thomas, 1964.

M A G A Z I N E
The Atlantic vol. 248,* no. 5, November 1981. (article marked: "Why children don't like to read" by Bruno Bettelheim and Karen Zelan.)
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STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH 1 Pair 19th century spectacles with convex lenses. One lens --18.00 Diopters, and the other --6.75 Diopters. The frame is steel with sliding temple pieces with small loop at end. 403 ABANDONED 12/11/1982 Baltimore
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Jackson, Edward. Essentials of Refraction and the Diseases of the Eye; and Gleason, E. Baldwin. Essentials of Diseases of the Nose and Throat. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders, 1892.

Alger, Ellice M. Refraction and Motility of the Eye. 2nd rev. ed. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 1920.

Kennebeck, Joseph J. Why Eyeglasses. Are Harmful for Children and Young People. New York: Vantage Press/1969.

N E W S P A P E R A R T I C L E
"Looking into the new soft bifocal contacts; New vision aids are not for all" by Ellen Kohorst. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 19, 1983. (Sec. C, p.3)
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STAIMAN, JACOB STAIMAN, JOSEPH Mueller, Conrad G., and Mae Rudolph: Light and Vision. New York: Time-Life Books, 1972, c1966. (Life Science Library). 405 ABANDONED 07/1983 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JOSEPH STAIMAN, JOSEPH B O O K S:
1. [Anon.] Skiascopy; A treatise on the shadow test in its practical application to the work of refraction. Philadelphia, Kays tone, 1903. 2nd ed.

2. Atkinson, E. (trans.) written by Helmholtz, H. Popular lectures on scientific subjects. London, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1373. See also under "Helmholtz o"

3. American Optical Company, Division of Ouclar and Professional Interests. Stereoscopic development of the fusion faculty. Southbridge (Mass.), AOCo., [c1928].

4. Atkinson, Thomas C. Diagnosis of ocular diseases. Chicago, Professional Press, 1926.

5. Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-refractive cyclopedia and dictionary. Chicago, Professional Press, [c1934]. 2nd ed. , revised.

6. Atkinson, Thomas G. and �oll, Frederick A. Dynamic skiametry; its thsory and practice. Chicago, Professional Press, 1928. See also under "Woll".

7. Bailliart, P. (translated by Lebensohn, James Elzar) Retinal circulation in the normal and pathological state. Chicago, Professional Press, 1928. See also under "Lebensohn"

8. Bates, Frederick A. Ocular refraction and the shadow test. New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., [,c1903].

9. Bickerton, J. JMyles and Savin, L. H. Clinical ophthalmology for house surgeons and students. London, H. K. Lewis & Co. , 1933* See also under "Savin".

10. Brewerton, Elmore W. and Roemmele, Alfred (trans.) written by Landolt, E. and Landolt, M. Defective ocular movements and their diagnosis. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1913. See also under "Roemmele" , '^Landolt" & "Landolt".

11. Cowan, Alfred Introductory course in ophthalmic optics. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Co., 1928.

12. Doggart, James Hamilton Diseases of children's eyes. St. Louis, Mosby, 1947.

13. Fisher, W. A. Ophthalmology for postgraduates. Chicago, Win. A. Fisher,IH-. Goulden, Charles Refraction of the eye, including elementary physiological optics. New York, MacMillan, 1925*

15. Greenwood, H. Physiology of the special senses. London, Edward Arnold, 1910.

16. Hansell, Howard P, and Reber, Wendell Ocular muscles; a practical handbook on the muscular anomalies of the eye. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1912. See also under "Reber".

17. Hartridge, Gustavus Refraction of the eye; a manual for students. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1902. llth ed., revised.

18. Helmholtz, H. (translated by Atkinson, E.) Popular lectures on scientific subjects. London, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1873. See also under "Atkinson".

19. Herschel, John F. W, Popular lectures on scientific subjects. London, W. H. .Allen & Co., 1895. new ed.

20. Hotaling, Elmer E., Ryer, E. LeRoy, et. al., ed. Archives of optometry. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., j,cl922], quarterly. See also under "Ryer".

21. Hotaling, Elmer E, and Ryer, E, LeRoy Optometric procedure; basic and supplementary. [c1941 by Ryer and Hotaling]. See also under "Ryer".

22. Jackson, Edward Skiascopy and its practical application to the study of refraction. Philadelphia, Edwards & Docker Co., 1895.

23. Jenkins, Francis A. [and] White, Harvey E. Fundamentals of optics. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1957. 3rd ed. See also under "White",

24. Lewis, James J. State board examinations; questions and answers. Chicago, James J. Lewis, 1919.

25. Lickley, James Dunlop Nervous system; an elementary handbook of the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system; for the use of students of psychology and neurology. New York, Longmans, Green & Co., 1920.

26. Littlefield, J. E. Optometry; the Littlefield system of eye and nerve measurements. c1905 by J. E. Littlefield].

27. Lockett, A. (revised by) originally written by Orford, Henry Lenswork for amateurs. London, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1944, See also under "Orford".

28. Landolt, Eoand Landolt, M. (translated by Roemmele, Alfred and Brewerton,
Elmore W.) Defective ocular movements and their diagnosis. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1913, See also under "Roemmele", "Landolt" & "Brewerton".

29. Landolt, H. and Landolt, E. (translated by Roemmele, Alfred and Brewerton, Elmore W.) Defective ocular movements and their diagnosis. London, Orford Univ. Press, 1913. Ses also under "Roemmele", "Landolt" & "Brewerton".

30. Lebensohn, James Elzar (trans.) written by Bailliart, P. Retinal circulation in the normal and pathological state. Chicago, Professional Press, 1928. See also under "Baillart".

31. Mac Bride, N, L. Diseases of the eye. New York, Boericke, Runyon & Ernesty, 1897.

32. Maddox, Ernest E. Clinical use of prisms; and the decentering of lenses. London, Hamilton, Adams & Co., 1889.

33. Maddox, Ernest E. Clinical use of prisms; and the decentering of lenses. London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1907. 5th ed. revised.

34. Maddox, Ernest E. Tests and studies of the ocular muscles. London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1898.

35. Maddox, Ernest E. Tests and studies of the ocular muscles. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1907. 3rd ed.

36. McCormick, Charles Optical truths. Chicago, McCormick Optical College, [c1898],

37. Mendelsohn, Wm. Arthur (comp.) Practical guide for charting and interpreting the visual color fields, Chicago, Professional Recording Co., [c1928]. 1st ed.

38. Orford, Henry Lens-work for amateurs. (revised by Lockett, A.) London, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1944. See also under "Lockett". 5th ed.

39. Pascal, Joseph I, Modern retinoscopy; including the principles and practice of velono-skiascopy. London, Hatton Press, 1930.

40. Peter, Luther C. Principles and practice of perimetry. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1938. 4th ed.

41. Pettet, Robert D, Mechanics of fitting glasses. Chicago, Topaz & Kaemerle, [c1913].

42. Prentice, Charles F. Ophthalmic lenses; dioptric formulae for combined cylindrical lenses; the prism-dioptry and other optical papers. Philadelphia, Keystone, 1900.

43. Reber, Wendell and Hansell, Howard F. Ocular muscles; a practical handbook on the muscular anomalies of the eye. Philadelphia, P0 Blakiston's Son & Co., 1912. 2nd ed. See also under "Wendell-".

44. Robinson, Samuel H. Oculo-prism treatment; how to make ocular muscle tests and give practical muscle treatment, Chicago, Professional Press, 1924.

45. Roemmele, .Alfred and Brewerton, Elmore W. (trans.) written by Landolt, E. and Landolt, M. Defective ocular movements and their diagnosis. London, Oxford Univ. Press, 1913. See also under "Brewerton", "Landolt" and "Landolt".

46. Ryer, E. LeRoy, Hotaling, Elmer E., et. al., ed. Archives of optometry. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., [c1922], quarterly0 See also under "Hotaling",

47. Ryer, E. LeRoy and Hotaling, Elmer S. Optometric procedure; basic and supplementary. [c1941 by Ryer and Hotaling]. See also under "Hotaling".

48. Savin, L. H. and Bickerton, J. Myles Clinical ophthalmology for house surgeons and students. London, H. K. Lewis & Co., 1933 See also under "Bickerton".

49. Scheldt, Vernon Pnilip Revision and further application of the nela test for color blindness; a dissertation submitted to the Board of University Studies of The Johns Hopkins University . . . Baltimore, [n.p.], 1936.

50. Scobee, Richard G. Oculorotary muscles. St0 Louis, Mosby, 1947.

51. Selinger, Elias Office treatment of the eye, Chicago, Year Book Publ., [c1947],

52. Souter, William Norwood Refractive and motor mechanism of the eye. Riiladelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1910.

53. Stevens, George T. Treatise on the motor apparatus of the eyes; embracing an exposition of the anomalies of the ocular adjustments and their treatment with the anatomy and physiology of the muscles and their accessories. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Co., 1906.

54. Stevenson, Mark D. Photoscopy; (skiascopy or retinoscopy). Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1906.

55. Thorington, James Retinoscopy (or shadow test) in the determination of refraction at one meter distance, with the plane mirror. Philadelphia, P. Blakistons* Son & Co., 1897.

56. Tiffin, Joseph Industrial psychology. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1946.

57. Tscherning, M. (trans, by Wetland, Carl) Physiologic optics; dioptrics of the eye, functions of the retina, ocular movements and binocular vision. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1924-. 4th ed. See also under "Weiland".

53. Weiland, Carl (trans.) written by Tscherning, H. Physiologic optics; dioptrics of the eye, functions of the retina, ocular movements and binocular vision. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1924-. 4-th ed. See also under "Tscherning".

59. Wells, David W. Stereoscope in ophthalmology with special reference to the treatment of heterophoria and heterotropia. Boston, E0 F. Mahady Co., 1928. revised.

60. White, Harvey E. [and] Jenkins, Francis A.. Fundamentals of optics� New York, McGraw-Hill, "1957. 3rd ed. See also under "Jenkins".

61. W6U, Frederick A. and Atkinson, Thomas G. Dynamic skiametry; its theory and practice. Chicago, Professional Press, 1928. See also under "Atkinson".

J 0 U R N A L S:
The following issues of .American Journal of Physiological Optics, Charles Sheard,
Editor:
Vol. 6, No. 4, October 1925
Vol. 7, No. 1, January 1926
Vol. 7, No. 2, April 1926
Vol. 7, No. 4, October 1926

M O N O G R A P H S :
1. American Optical Company "the stereoscopic development of the fusion faculty"
Southbridge, Massachusetts, American Optical Co., [c1928].

I N S T R U M E N T S :
1. C. I. [Chambers Inskeep] Ophthalmometer, circa 1900*.

2. Javal-Schiotz Ophthalmometer, circa 1890*.

3. Javal-Schiotz Ophthalmometer, circa 1885*.

*Estimated dates� To be verified by a committee on antique optometric instruments.
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1. American Optical Company The improved Wellsworth DeZeng phoroptor and its use in 'ocular refraction . Southbridge, Mass., American Optical Co., "(c1928).

2. Averill, Lawrence Augustus and Kempf, Florence C. Psychology applied to nursing. Philadelphia, W. B. Sauruiers, 1938 See 'also under "Kempf".

3. Bartley, S. Howard and Chute, Eloise Fatigue and impairment in man. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1947. See also under "Chute".

4. Bauer, Louis Hopewell Aviation medicine. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1926

5. Brewster, David A treatise on optics. Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard, 1844.

6. Brown, C. H. The optician's manual; a treatise on the science and practice of optometry. Vol. I: ""^Anatomy and physiology of the eye, principles of refraction,
light and lenses eye examination, sight-testing equipment, presbyopia" and Vol. II: Myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism and muscular anomalies" Philadelphia, Keystone, 1908 and 1911.

7. Brown, Earl J. The embryology anatomy and histology of the eye. and Zoethout, Wm. D. The physiology of vision. Chicago, Hazlitt & Walker, 19057 See also under "Zoethout".

8. Brown, Earle B. Optical instruments. Brooklyn, Chemical Publ . Co .

9. Bryce, Thomas Hastie; Schafer, Edward Albert; and Symington, Johnson, ed. Quain ' s elements of anatomy. Vol. Ill: "Neurology" by E. A. Schafer and J. Symington, Part
II. New York, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1909. See also under "SchSfer" and "Symington".

10. Burnett, R. Will To live in health. New York, Silver Burdett Co . (c1944)

11. Chute, Eloise and Bartley, S. Howard Fatigue and impairment in man. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1947. See also under "Bartley".

12. Doane, A. Sidney Surgery illustrated, compiled from the works of (Cutler, Hind, Velpeau, and Blasius. New York, Harper & Bros., 1837.

13. Dvorine, Israel Dvorine color perception training charts . Vol. II. ' Baltimore, (Israel vorine), (c1944)

14. Emerson, Charles Phillips Essentials of medicine; a textbook of medicine; for students beginning a medical course, for nurses, and for all others interested in the care of the sick. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Co., (c1915).

15. Emsley, H. H. and Swaine, Wm. Ophthalmic lenses. London, Hatton Press Ltd., 1935. See also under "Swaine".

16. Fergus, A. Freeland The ophthalmoscope and how to use it; with a chapter on diplopia. London, J. & A. Churchill, 1923.

17. Folsom, J. Paul, et. al. Physicians' desk reference to pharmaceutical specialties and biologicals .Oradell, N. J., Medical Economics Inc., c1955.

18. Fox, L. Webster Diseases of the eye . New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1904.

19. Fox, L. Webster A practical treatise on ophthalmology. New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1910.

20. Gifford, Sanford R. A hand-book of ocular therapeutics. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, (c1942)

21. Gould, George M. Biographic clinics. Vol. Ill: "Essays concerning the influence of visual function pathologic and physiologic upon the health of patients" Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1905.

22. Gould, George M. Biographic clinic s . Vol. V: "Essays concerning the influence of visual function, pathologic, and physiologic, upon the health of patients" Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1907.

23. Gould, George M. and Pyle, Walter I. A compend of the diseases of the eye and refraction including treatment and surgery. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 19087" See also under "Pyle".

24. Grand, D. E. Ophthalmic nursing. Baltimore, William Wood & Co. , 1938

25. Hathaway, Winifred Easy on the eyes. Chicago, John C. Winst on Co. (c1947) .

26. Head, Gustavus P., ed. The practical medicine series of year books. Vol. Ill: "The eye, ear, nose and throat11 ed. by Wood, Casey A., et. al. Chicago, Year Book Publ., Dec. 1901. See also under "Wood".

27. Heavens, 0. S. Optical properties of thin solid films. New York, Dover "Publications Inc. (1965)

28. Hirschberg, J. (trans, by Johnson, G. Lindsay) The treatment of short sight . New York, Rebman Co., (c1912) . See also" under "Johnson".

29. Johnson, G. Lindsay, trans. (written by Hirschberg, J.) The treatment of short sight. New York, Rebman Co., (c1912) See also under "Hirschberg" .

30. Johnstone, Rutherford T. Occupational diseases; diagnosis, medicolegal aspects and" treatment. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co.,1942.

31. Kempf, Florence C. and Averill, Lawrence Augustus Psychology applied to nursing. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1938 See also under "Averill".

32. Lloyd, Ralph I. Visual field studies. New York, Technical Press, 1926.

33. Lockwood, R. M., trans. (written by Securio) The human eye . New York, Frederick Boger Pub. Co. ,1905. See also under "Securio".

34. Luckiesh, Matthew Seeing and human welfare. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins "Co., 1935.

35. Luckiesh, Matthew Torch of civilization; the story of man's conquest of darkness." New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, (c1940)

36. Martin, B. Philpsophia Britannioa: or, a new and comprehensive system of the Newtonian philosophy, astronomy and geography, in a course of twelve lectures, with
notes; containing . . . natural science: also. , �nature, power, and operation. . ._ Vol. II (of 3 volumes) London, ""("printed by several and folded by the author),

37- May, Charles H. Manual of the diseases of the eye; for students and general practitioners. New York, William Wood & Co., 1922.

38. McCormick, Charles Optical truths. Chicago, McCormick Optical College. (c1898).

39. Morse, Minnie Genevieve The medical secretary. New York, MacMillan Co., 1939.

40. Peter, Luther C. The extra-ocular muscles; a clinical study of normal and abnormal ocular motility. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, " (c1927)

41. Prentice, Chas. F. A treatiseon simple and compound ophthalmic lenses ; their refraction and dioptric formulae including tables of_crossed cylinders and their
sphero-cylindrical equivalents. New York, James Prentice & Sons, (1885).

42. Pyle, Walter I. and Gould, George M. Acompend of the diseases of the eye and refraction including treatment andsurgery. " Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co. 1908 See also under "Gould".

43. Richardson, R. A. Healthy eyes without glasses and health without drugs. Kansas City, "Mo.,""Myra Deane Co., (c1938)

44. Ryer, E. LeRoy Ophthalmometry. New York, Optical Publ. Co., (c1925)

45. Securio (trans, by Lockwood, R. M.) The human eye. New York, Frederick Boger Pub. Co., c1905. See also under "Lockwood".

46. Schafer, Edward Albert; Symington, Johnson; and Bryce, Thomas Hastie, ed. Quain's elements of anatomy. Vol. Ill: "Neurology" by E. A. Schafer and J. Symington, Part II. New York, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1909. See also under "Symington" and'Bryce".

47. Sheard, Charles Transmissionof radiant energy by ophthalmic glasses; beingan essay contributed to the American encyclopedia of ophthalmology. ' Chicago, Cleveland
Press, 1921.

48. Skinner, D. N. The care of the eyes in health and disease. Boston, J. G. Cupples Co., 1891

49. Stokes, John H., et. al. Modern clinical syphilology; diagnosis � treatment '--_ case studies. Philadelphia, W. B. "Saunders Co. 1926.

50. Swaine, Wm. and Emsley, H. H. Ophthalmiclenses. London, Hatton Press Ltd., 1935^ gee also "under "Emsley"

51. Symington, Johnson; Bryce, Thomas Hastie; and Sch'aTer, Edward Albert, ed. Quain's elements of anatomy. Vol. Ill: "Neurology" by E. A. Scharfer and J. Symington, Part II. New York, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1909. See also under "Bryce" and "Schafer" .

52. Thorington, James The ophthalmoscope and how to use it . Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., "(c1906)

53. Thorington, James Refraction and how to refract; including sections on optics, retinoscopy, the fitting of spectacles and eye-glasses, etc. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co"., 1904.

54. Wiener, Meyer, ed. Ophthalmology in the war years. Vol. I (1940-1943) and Vol. II (1944-June 1946). Chicago, Year Book Publ., (C1946 and C1948) .

55. Williams, Jesse Peirlng Personal hygiene applied. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1924

56. Williams, Jesse Feiring Wholesome living^ series: health and ideals . Chicago, Benj . H. " Sandborn & Co . 1931 .

57. Wood, Casey A., et. al. Vol. Ill: "The eye, ear, nose and t hroat " The practical medicine series of year books. Head, Gustavus P., ed. Chicago, Year Book Publ., Dec. 1901. See also under "Head".

58. Zoethout, Wm. D. The physiology of vision. and Brown, Earl J. The embryology anatomy and histology of the eye. Chicago, 'Hazlitt & Walker, "l906 See also under "Brown".

J O U R N A L S ;
Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 21, No. 3, March 1939 issue.

I N S T R U M E N T S :
DeZeng's Refractometer manufactured by Cataract Optical Co., Buffalo, New York. Circa:
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American Medical Association. Papers to be presented before the section on ophthalmology of the American Medical Association,, San Francisco, June 21-25> 1915. (n.p.), American Medical Association,, (c1915).

American Medical Association. Papers to be presented before the section on ophthalmology of the American Medical Association, Washington, D. C., May 16-20, 1927. (n.p.)* American Medical Association, (c1927).

American Optical Company. Laboratory tools and supplies catalog. (n.p.). American Optical Company, (n.d.).

American Optical Company. Ophthalmic instruments. (n.p.), American Optical Company, c1947.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Panoptlk primer, (n.p.), Bausch & Lornb Optical Company, (n.d.).

Continental Optical Company. Ultex manual for prescription laboratories Indianapolis, Continental Optical Company, 1948.

Duane, A., Trans. Text-book of ophthalmology. By Fuchs, Ernest. New York, D. Appleton & Co., l894. See also under "Fuchs'''.

Fuchs, Ernest Text-book of ophthalmology. Trans, by Duane, A. New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1894. See also under "Duane".

Helmholtz, H. Oswald's Klasslker der Exacten Wissenschaften. Nr. 1. Uber die Erhaltung der Kraft. Leipzig, Yerlag von Wilhelm Engelrnann, 1889.

Univls Lens Company. Univls presbyopia prescription handbook. Dayton (Ohio), Univis Lens Co., (n.d.).

Y E A R B O O K S :
Yearbook of the New York State Optometric Association. one each for the following years:
1927 1935
1928 1936
1929 1937
1930 1938
1932 1939
1933 1940
1934 1941

P A M P H L E T S , M O N O G R A P H S , J O U R N A L S , A N D R E P R I N T S :
Alumni Bulletin (Pennsylvania State College of Optometry) Vol. 13 Special Issue (Memorial Issue to Dr. Albert Fitch, 1879-1960), Feb. 1960

American Optical Company. "A 0 space eikonometer, model no. 12400' 8p., c1951

American Optical Company. :;A 0 tlllyer trial sets, trial frames & accessories l6p., c1950.

American Optical Company. "Cataract lenses and the aphakic eye1 20p., (n.d.).

American Optical Company. "Microscopic lenses" 5p. (n.d.), mimeographed copy.

American Optical Company. "Presenting the new A 0 project-o-chart" 11p., (n.d.).

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Bausch & Lomb bifocal lenses, kryptok - ultex bit ex: a manual of information" 20p., C1921.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Bausch cc Lomb binocular magnifier" 6p. , (n.d. ) .

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Bausch & Lomb interpupillary guager: 4p., (n.d.).

Bausch Sc Lornb Optical Company. "Bausch & Lornb keratometer" 4p.,(n. d.)

Bausch & Lornb Optical Company. "'Bausch & Lornb phorometer trial frame: directions for use" 22p., (n.d.).

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Clason visual acuity meter" I6p., (n.d. ) .

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Quality stamping of gold filled optical goods 28p (n.d.).

Bausch & Lornb Optical Company. "Scientific and. technical publications location of the ophthalmic lens before the eye and its correcting power" 7'p. c1923.

Bausch & Lornb Optical Company. "Scientific and technical publications punktal lenses, their advantages and application to present day methods 7p. c1915.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Scientific and technical publications: the significance of punktal lens principles in application to the eye 6p., c1915.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. "Scientific and technical publications: the vertometer, an instrument for measuring lens powers 15p., c1924.

"Directory of trade names in use in the optical and allied fields (Revised as of December 1, 1952)" Reprinted from OptIcal Journ. GJ Review of Optom. 13p.

Kurtz, Henry F. "The dioptroraeter; an apparatus for measuring the powe of commercial lenses" Reprinted from the Journal of the Optical Society of America and Review of Scientific Instruments. Vol. 7, No. 1, Jan. 1923, pp. 103-25.

Rodenstock, G., Optical Vforks. !iThe non-reflecting prism- refractometer 8p. , (n.d. ) .

Shur-on Standard Optical Company. "Ehe genothalmlc automatic unit:: 1pp.., (n.d.).

Shur-on Standard Optical Company. '''The genothalrnic dynamic retinoscope (Ryer)" 27p., c1926.

Shur-on Standard Optical Company. "The genothalmlc refractor: refractor versus trial case; 26p. c1927.

Shur-on Standard Optical Company. "'The new genothalmlc electric ophthalmoscope (Hare) 22p., c1927.

Shur-on Standard Optical Company. "Shuron techniscope" 21p. c1937.

F O R T H E M U S E U M :
one hand optometer ((arrived broken at lower stem))

one mailing box (used by Dr. A. J. Cross in sending completed glasses to his patients) Included within the container, one sample of Dr. Cross' patented TRU*SITE trifocal.

eighteen pair antique eyeglasses.**

one pair protective antique eye goggles and, case. **

two pair hand type antique eyeglasses, one with case, **

TOTAL: twenty-one pair antique eyeglasses received.

**All eyeglasses to be identified at a later date.

((One pair with black plastic frame arrived damaged)
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Beach, Sylvester Judd Principles of refraction. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby Co., 1952. 158p.

Betts, Emmett Albert The prevention and correction of reading difficulties, Evans ton (Ill.), Row, Peterson & Co., [c1936]. 402p. '

Boeder, Paul An introduction to the mathematics of ophthalmicoptics, Fall River '(Mass.), "Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry, [c1937]. 244p.

Clarke, Ernest, trans, and ed. An atlas of pphthalmoscopy; with an introduction to the use of the ophthalmoscope. By Haab, 0. New York, William Wood & Co., 1898. [See also under Haab.]

Flesch, Rudolf Why_ Johnny can^t read and what you can do about it. New York, Harper & Bros., [c1955]. 222p.

Gifford, Sanford R. A.textbook of pphthalmolQgy. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1945. ' 3rd ed., rev. 457p.

Haab, O. An atlas of ophthalmology; with an introduction to the use of the ophthalmoscopy. Trans, and Ed. by Clarke, Ernest. New York, William Wood & Co., 1898. [See also under "Clarke".]

Haas, Arthur Binfuhrung in die Theoretische Physik; mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung
ihrer modernen Probleme. Berlin, 'Walter de Gruyter & Co., 1921. Vol. I and Vol. II. 384p. and 286p.

Harman, N. Bishop Mds to ophthalmology. London, Bailliere, Tindall & Cox, 1935. 8th ed. 242p.

Henker, Otto Einfijhrung in die Brillenlehre- Jena, Optikerschule in Jena, 1921. 325p.

Henker, Otto Introduction to the theory of spectacles. Trans, by Kanthack, R. Jena, Jena School of Optics, 1924. ~336p, [See also under "Kanthack".]

Jones, T. VJharton Defects of sight and hearing; their nature, causes, prevention, and general management. Ed. by Turnbull, Laurence. Philadelphia, C. J. Price & Co., 1859. 247p. [See also under "Turnbun".]

Kanthack, R., trans. Introduction to the theory of spectacles. By Henker, Otto. Jena, Jena School of Optics, 1924. 336p. [See also under "Henker".]

Koenigsberger, Leo Hermann von Helmholtz. Trans, by Welby, Frances A. New York, Dover Publications, [1965], WOp. [See also under "Welby".]

Kozol, Frank Ophthalmicfitting and adjusting. Philadelphia, Chilton Co., [c1958] 155p.

Lewis, James J. Pocket ophthalmicdictionary; including pronunciation, derivation and definition of the words used in optometry and ophthalmology. [n.p.], J. J. Lewis, c1913. 4th ed., rev. 286p.

Maxwell, Samuel Steen Labyrinth and equilibrium. Monographs on experimental biology. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Co., [c1923]. 163p.

Montessori, Maria The Montessori method; scientific pedagogy as applied to child education in "the children's houses" with additions and revisions by the author. Trans, by George, /nine E. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1919. 377p. [See also under "George".]

Obrig, Theodore E. Modern ophthalmic lenses and optical glass. New York, [Chilton Co., Printing Div.], 1937. 2nd ed. 323p.

Reese, D, Meredith Medical lexicon, or modern terminology; being a complete vocubulary of definitions including all the technical terms employed by writers and teachers of medical science.... New York, Samuel S. & Wm. Wood, 1855. 240p. 3rd ed.

Sears, Francis Weston Principles of physics III. Optics. Cambridge (Mass.), Addison-Wesley Press, 1945 310p. + appendix + index.

Thorington, James Refraction of the human eye and methods of estimating the refraction; including a section on the fitting of spectacles and eye-glasses. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., [c1930]. 2nd ed. 406p.

Traquair, II. M. Clinical ophthalmology; for general practitioners and students. St. Louis, C. V. Mosby Co., 1948. 264p.

Tscherning, H. Physiologic optics; dioptrics of the eye, functions of the retina ocular movements and binocular vision. Trans, by Weiland, Carl. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1920. 3rd edo 425p. [See also under "Weiland".]

Turnbull, Laurence, ed. 'So�octs_of sight_and_hearing; their nature, causes, prevention, and general management. By Jones, T. Wharton. Philadelphia, C. J. Price & Co., 1859. 247p. [See also under "Jones".]

Weiland, Carl, trans. Physiologic optics; dioptrics of the eye, functions of the retina ocular movements and binocular vision. By Tscherning, M. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1920. 3rd ed. 425p. [See also under "Tscherning".]

Welby, Frances A., trans. Hermann von Helmholtz. By Koenigsberger, Leo. New York, Dover Publications, [1965]. 440p. [See also under "Koenigsberger".]

Wood, Robert W. Physical optics. New York, MacMillan Co., 1921. rev. ed. 705p.

Worth, Claud Squint; its causes, pathology, and treatment. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1929. " 6th ed. 246p.

George, Anne E., trans. The Montesspri method; scientific pedagogy as applied to child education in "the children's houses" with additions and revisions by the author. By Montessori, Maria. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1919. 377p. [See also under "Montessori".]

J 0 U R N A L S:
The Keystone, Vol. 13, Mo. 3, Mar. 1892 issue.

The Keystone, Vol. 15, No, 1, Jan. 1894 issue.

The Nov. 1920 supplement to the Hardy Messenger.
378 ABANDONED 01/29/1969 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JOSEPH STAIMAN, JOSEPH CATALOGUE:
Rochester School of Optometry, nineteenth annual catalogue. C1922, 32 pages.
362 ABANDONED 10/13/1969 Baltimore
STAIMAN, JOSEPH STAIMAN, JOSEPH BOOKS:
American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, Committee on Standardization of Tonometers Standardization of tonometers; decennial report by the committee on standardization of tonometers. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 1954. 176p.

Carter, Robert Brudenell A practical treatise on diseases of the eye. Philadelphia, Henry C. Lea, 1876. 505p. Appendix includes errata, chart, and list of textbooks.

Gifford, (Colonel) Lens computing by trigonometrical trace. London, Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1927. 81p.

Herzberger, Max Modern geometrical optics. New York, Interscience publishers, Inc., 1958. 504p.

Scholz, Roy O. Sight; a handbook for laymen. Garden City, New York, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1960. 166p.

Wood, Casey A., et al The practical medicine series, volume III, of a series of ten, the eye, ear, nose and throat. Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, 1917. 372p.

JOURNALS:
Bulletin of the Maryland University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. January 1897

The Lancet November 29, 1980

Maryland Medical Journal November 29, 1890
December 27, 1890
February 21, 1891
July 11, 1891
November 21, 1891
November 4, 1893
May 5, 1894
December 1, 1894
June 15, 1895
August 17, 1895
February 29, 1896
November 28, 1896
October 30, 1897
December 10, 1898

The United States Medical Investigator August 15, 1877
379 ABANDONED 03/12/1970 Baltimore
STEIN, EDWARD STEIN, EDWARD AOA Code of Ethics, c1947..
White-Haines Optical Co price list, C1947.
928 ABANDONED 05/1988 Pontiac
STEIN, EDWARD STEIN, EDWARD Copy of a letter dated May 9, 1946 from President Harry S. Truman explaining why he did not approve H.R.3755 which would have established an Optometry Corps in the U.S.Army

Copy of a letter dated May 14, 1946 from American Optometric Association signed by William C. Ezell, O. D. the President. The letter urges members to contact their respective legislators to over ride President Truman's veto.

Rx price list, Michigan Optical Co. (date unknown)

Copies of 3 advertisement/marketing items related to the optometric practice of Dr. Benjamin Stein, Detroit (after his release from service in the U.S. Army Medical Corps)
360 ABANDONED 07/29/2010 Southfield
STUDEBAKER, DAVID M. STUDEBAKER, DAVID M. Application for limited examination in optometry to the Ohio State Board of Optometry, by H. Lynn Wade, dated and signed by notary, November 3, 1919. 3 pages.

Application for standard examination to the Ohio State Board of Optometry, by H. Lynn Wade, dated and signed by notary, October 28, 1920. 3 pages.

A 5" x 3" sepia tone photograph of H. Lynn Wade.

Xerox copy of the journal sheet kept by the Ohio State Board of Optometry regarding Ohio Optometry License No. 120, which was issued to H. Lynn Wade of Springfield, Ohio. Journal sheet shows that license No.120 was renewed annually through 1962, and H. Lynn Wade as deceased 9/22/62. 1 page.
358 ABANDONED 06/30/1986 Springfield
STUDEBAKER, RICHARD B. STUDEBAKER, RICHARD B. PLEDGE MANUAL OF EPSILON PSI EPSILON (dated October 1, 1949)

THE 0-EYE-O
v. 20, no. 3, 1954
v. 21, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1955
v. 22, nos. 1, 2, 1956
v. 23, nos. 1, 2, 3 1957
v. 24, nos. 1, 2, 3 1958
v. 25, nos. 2, 3, 1959
v. 26, nos. 1, 2, 1960
v. 27, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1961
v. 28, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1962
v. 29, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1963
v. 30, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1964
v. 31, nos. 1, 2, 1965
v. 32, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1966
v. 33, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1967
v. 34, nos. 1, 2, 1968
v. 35, no. 1, 1969
v. 35, nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1970
v. 36, no. 1, 1971
357 ABANDONED 04/05/1976 Dayton
STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NE SUCHOFF, IRWIN B. Kavner, Richard S. and Irwin B. Suchoff. Pleoptics Handbook. New York, Optometric Center of New York, 1969.

Suchoff, Irwin B. Visual-Spatial Development in the Child: An Optometric Theoretical and Clinical Approach. New York, The State University of New York, 1975.
356 ABANDONED 09/17/1979 New York
STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NE SUCHOFF, IRWIN B. 1 book published by the school "Vision therapy & Insurance: A Position Statement*" 926 ABANDONED 08/10/1987 New York
SUGARMAN, DON SUGARMAN, DON Not clear what (if any of this was actually sent and donated)

1 album of official photos from '57 or '58 congress
1 picture of Don's dad presenting Don's grandfather with a special certificate and pin from the AOA on 75 years of membership
1 photo with a group of AOA officials with Lucy Johnson probably from the Congress in 1958 at the Shoreham in DC. She was on the dais with Don's dad at the banquet
Signage from Don's grandfather's office and from MS&LH office, including a spectacle-shape hanging sign
1 electric advertising clock with a moving tape that reads "We specialize in the examination of eyes and fitting of glasses."
Optometric diplomas
Product signs including for Kryptok glasses and Toric lenses.
1034 ABANDONED 01/10/2011  
SUGARMAN, LESTER SUGARMAN, LESTER JOURNALS
American Thrift Assembly News June 15, 1957 (1:4)

Iowa Optometrist June 1957 (37:6)
April 1958 (38:4)

AOA Social and Health Care Trends Committee Newsletter
Feb./Mar. (no. 29) no year given June 15, 1957 (no. 24)
Aug./Sept. (no. 26) no year given July 15, 1957 (no. 25)
Nov. 1, 1956
May 15, 1957 (no. 23)

Medical Service Digest (USAF) Nov. 1957 (8:10)

The Washington Optometrist Oct. 1957
Nov. 1957
Jan. 1958

Baby Post May 1957 (2 copies)

The Bulletin (AOA Woman's Auxiliary) June 1957 (13:3)
Dec. 1957 (14:1)
March 1958 (14:2)

The Michigan Optometrist
Nov. 1957 (36:11) July 1958 ( 3 7 : 7 )
March 1958 (37:3) Oct. 1966 (45:10)
April 1958 (37:4) Aug. 1968 (47:8)
June 1958 (37:6)

New England Journal of Optometry
Jan. 1950 (1:1)
Jan. 1953 (4:1)
Feb. 1953 (4:2)
Sept. 1953 (4:7)
Sept. 1956 (7:7)
May 1957 (8:5)
Sept. 1957 (8:7) - 2 copies
Oct. 1957 (8:8)
Nov. 1957 (8:9)
Dec. 1957 (8:10)
March 1958 (9:3)
Dec. 1961 (12:10) -2 copies
May 1962(13:5)
Sept. 1970 (21:7)

Optical Journal & Review of Optometry
April 1, 1954 (no. 7)
Oct. 1, 1956 (no. 19)
Oct. 15, 1956 (no. 20)
March 1, 1957 (no. 5)
July 15, 1957 (no. 14)
Sept. 15, 1957 (no. 18)
Oct. 15, 1957 (no. ZQ]
Dec. 1, 1957 (no. 23)
Jan 15, 1958 (no. 2)
March 1, 1958 (no. b)
June 1, 1958 (no. 11)
June 1, 1959 (no. 11)
Oct. 1, 1960 (no. 19)
Jan, 15, 1962 (no. 2)
Feb. 15, 1962 (no. 4)
March 1, 1962 (no. 5)

Alumni Bulletin, Pennsylvania State College of Optometry April 1956 (9:4)
Oct. 1957 (11:2)

Optometric Weekly
April 1, 1954 (no. 13)
June 6, 1957 (no. 23)
July 11, 1957 (no. 28)
July 18, 1957 (no. 29)
Sept. 5, 1957 (no. 36)
Oct. 17, 1957 (no. 42)
Oct. 24, 1957 (no. 43)
Nov. 14, 1957 (no. 46)
Dec. 15 1957 (no. 50)
Dec. 26, 1957 (no. 52)
Jan. 23, 1958 (49:4)
Jan. 30, 1958 (49:5)
March 6, 1958 (49:10)
April 24, 1958 (49:17)
May 29, 1958 (49:22)
June 5, 1958 (49:23)
June 12, 1958 (49:24)
Sept. 11, 1958 (49:37)
Dec. 11, 1958 (49:50)
April 7, 1960 (51:14)
Aug. 4, 1960 (51:31)
June 21, 1964 (53:25)
March 10, 1977 (68:10)

Journal of the New York State Optometric Association
Oct. 1957 (25:9)
Feb. 1958 (26:2)
March 1958 (26:3)
May 1958 (25:5)
April 1960 (28:4)

Archivos de la Sociedad Americana de Oftalmologia y Optometria (1:1) 1958

Society Standards
March-April 1957 (6:2)

Better Vision Institute News Supplement Oct. 1957

VIA Newsletter (Vision Institute of America, Inc.) June 1969 (5:2)

Journal of the California Optometric Association
June-July 1957 (25:3)
Dec. 1957-Jan. 1958 (25:6)
Feb.-March 1958 (26:1)

Journal of the American Optometric Association
Aug. 1954 (26:1) Jan. 1958 (29:6)
Feb. 1957 (28:7) Feb. 1958 (29:7)
May 1957 (28:10) June 1958 (29:11)
Aug. 1957 (29:1) July 1958 (29:12)
Sept. 1957 (29:2) - 3 copies July 1961 (32:12)
Oct. 1957 (29:3)
Nov. 1957 (29:4)
Dec. 1957 (29:5)

The Queens Optometrist (NY)
Jan. 1958 (6:1)
Feb. 1958 (6:2)

Optometric World
June 1955 (43:6)
June 1957 (45:6)

Chicago South Side Optometric Newsletter
(1:9) no date listed
(8:9) no date listed
Feb. 1959 (10:2)

Journal of the New Jersey Optometric Association
Oct. 1957 (11:10) June 1958 (12:6)
Nov. 1957 (11:11) Aug. 1958 (12:8)
Dec. 1957 (11:12)

Presidential Newsletter (Massachusetts Society of Optometrists) Oct. 1957 (2 copies)

Bulletin (Massachusetts Society of Optometrists) June 1949 (29:10)

The Pennsylvania Optometrist
Sept.-Oct. (15:5) no year given, 1956(?)
March-April 1962 (21:2)

AOA News
June-July 1968 (7:6&7)
April 1973 (12:4)
Dec. 15, 1976
Jan. 1, 1977

Journal of Optometric Vision Therapy March 1970 (1:1)

Sight-Saving Review Winter 1957

American Journal of Physiological Optics
Jan. 1920 (1:1) July 1921 (2:3)
April 1920 (1:2) Oct. 1921 (2:4)
Oct. 1920 (1:4) Jan. 1922 (3:1)
1921 (vol. II) Index
Jan. 1921 (2:1)
April 1921 (2:2)

The Annals of the Distinguished Service Foundation of Optometry
1935 (1:2)
1937 (1:3) - 2 copies

Optometric Management March 1977

AOA Motorists' Vision & Highway Safety Committee Newsletter
June 1, 1957 (1:6)
July 1957 (1:7)
Aug.-Sept. (2:3) no year given
April-May 1958 (z:6)

South Carolina Optometrist May-June 1958 (20:5)

The Wisconsin Optometrist
Aug. 1957 (31:8)
June 1958 (32:6)
Jan. 1962 (6:1)

The Oklahoma Optometrist March-April 1958 (1:2) - 2 copies

Continental Digest First edition, 1962

Traffic Safety
May 1958
June 1958 (2:2) - 2 copies

Traffic Safety-Research Review June 1958 (2:2)

Infocus (newsletter of Optics & Optometry) April 1960 (no. 3)

Head Start Newsletter Nov. 1969 (4:8)

JOURNAL REPRINTS
Bennett, Irving. Some Thoughts on Fitting Varilux Multifocal Lenses Successfully. The Optometric Weekly, Nov. 17, 1966.

Dvorine, Israel. Neuro-Muscular Theory as an Aid to Blur-Point Diagnosis. The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry, no date given.

Ellant, Paul and I. Phillip Silberman. Part I-IV: A Specialized Orthoptic Practice. Journal of the American Optometric Association, Nov. 1957-Feb. 1958.

Farkas, Paul and T. W. Kassalow. Binocular Considerations for the Monocular Aphakic. Journal of the American Optometric Association, June 1971, pp. 562-566.

Feinbloom, William. Application of Telescopic Spectacles to Refraction. The American Journal of Optometry, May 1931, pp. 146-161. (four copies)

Forkiotis, Constantine J. Behavioral Characteristics of the Exophore: Personal Observations. Journal of Optometric Vision Development, Sept. 1977, pp. 35-46.

Forkiotis, Constantine J. The Prism; A Choice Optometric Visual Training Therapy Lens. Journal of Optometric Vision Development, Dec. 1975.

Lauer, A.R. History and Development of the Driving Research Laboratory. The Optometric Weekly, March 20, 1947.

Maitenaz, Bernard. Four Steps That Led to Varilux. American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry, July 1966, pp. 441-450.

Peters, Henry B., Henrik L. Blum, Jerome W. Bettman, Frank Johnson, and Victor Fellows, Jr. The Orinda Vision Study. American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry, Sept. 1959.

Ronchi, Vasco. La Discipline Legale Dell'Arte Ausiliaria Dell'Ottico. Atti Delia Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi. July-Aug. 1958, pp. 277-296.

Silver, Edwin H. Report of the Research Department of the American Optometric Association. Journal of the American Optometric Association, no date.

Skeffington, A.M. Analytical Optometry: The "Bi" Type Case with No. ISA High and No. 14A Low. Optometric Extension Program, Feb. 1941, pp. 1-7.

Skeffington, A.M. Analytical Optometry: The Corrective Framework Writes the Prescription. Optometric Extension Program, Sept. 1940, pp. i-6.

Stewart, Charles R., Stanley R. Block, and Charles M. Dugger. The Need for Optometrists in Texas. The Journal of the Texas Optometric Association, Sept., Oct., Nov. 1955 and Jan., Feb. 1956.

A Study of the Training Given Student Optometrists in the Field of Diagnosis of Eye Pathology and Relating General Disease. American Journal of Optometry, Feb. 1938.

Vodnoy, Bernard E. Sterile Fluorescein Impregnated Paper Strips, A Must in Contact Lens Practice. Journal of the American Optometric Association, March 1965, pp. 235-237.

Wild, Bradford W. Progressive Addition Lenses. The Optometric Weekly , July 14, 1966, pp. 18-21.

MONOGRAPHS
American Optometric Association. Optometry Today: The Vision Care Profession. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, 1977.

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators and The Motorists' Vision Committee of the American Optometric Association. Manual on Driver's Vision Test. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, 1949. (2 copies)

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. The Patient. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical
Company, no date.

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Care of the Eyes. New York: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Press, no date.

National Medical Foundation for Eye Care. Eye Care and Prepayment Plans. New York: National Medical Foundation for Eye Care, 1958

American Optometric Association Committee on Visual Problems in Schools. Manual on the Visual Care of the Non-Achieving Child. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, 1956.

American Optometric Association Woman's Auxiliary and General Federation of Women's Clubs. An Eye for Safety. Ft. Worth, TX: Woman's Auxiliary to the AOA, no date.

American Optometric Association Ad Hoc Committee to the House of Delegates. Study of Certification of Optometric Specialties. June 1968.

American Optometric Association Council on Clinical Optometric Care. Manual of Standards; Clinical Optometric Facilities. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, 1969.

National Commission on Accrediting. Report of Workshop Conference on Accrediting, June 25-Z6, 1957. Washington, D.C.: National Commission on Accrediting, Oct.1957.

National Commission on Accrediting. Optometric Education: A Summary Report. Washington, D.C.: National Commission on Accrediting, March 19/3.

The Blue Book of Optometrists. Chicago: The Professional Press, Inc., 1970.

American Optometric Association. Directory of the American Optometric Association. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, June 1972.

Eberl , Marguerite Thoma. Has Your Child's Vision Really Been Examined? St. Louis: American Optometric Association, no date.

Adams, John Quincy. Opticians' Directory of the United States. Philadelphia, PA: J.L. Borsch & Company, 1902-1903.

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. Eyes That See and Ears That Hear. Boston, MA: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1950. ~

American Optometric Association. Manual for Committees. Minneapolis, MN: American Optometric Association, 1949.

American Optometric Association. Comprehensive Health Planning Manual, no date.

American Optical Company. 1958 Survey of State Requirements for Motor Vehicle Operators. Southbridge, MA: American Optical Company, 1958.

Worden, Helen W. and Frank W. DiChiara. Vision Rehabilitation Clinic, Rhode Island Association for the Blind, Project RD 398, Feb. 1, 1959-Nov. 30, 1963, Final Report to Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Vocational Rehabil I'ta'tion Administration, Washington, D.C.

American Optometric Association. Report of the Ad Hoc Committee for the Study of Certification of Optometric Specialties to the American Optometric Association, St. Louis, MO: AOA, June 1968.

American Optometric Association. You and 160 Minion Americans; A Guide to Better Public Relations for Optometry. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, 1954.

Proceedings of the Board of Trustees Meeting, 56th Annual Congress, American Optometric Association, June 17-26, 1953, Hotel Seneca, Rochester, NY.

American Optometric Association Committee on Public Health and Optometric Care. Proceedings of the Conference on Public Health and Optometric Care. St. Louis, MO: American Optometric Association, January 1967.
348 ABANDONED 10/02/1986 Meriden
SUGG, JOHN G. SUGG, JOHN G. 4 pair antique eyeglasses, 1 with case 133 ABANDONED 04/25/1967 Fayetteville
SUGG, JOHN G. SUGG, JOHN G. 3,101 loose issues of journals, 1 bound vol. (journal),
54 misc. items of literary nature, 1 centering
device, 1 tray of lenses, 1 metal frame, 1 clip-on
amber eyeglass.
149 ABANDONED 08/15/1968 Fayetteville
SUGG, JOHN G. SUGG, JOHN G. J O U R N A L S :

Alumni Bulletin. 1952 1 issue
1950 5 issues
1949 5 issues

Alumnus (Northern Illinois College of Optometry)
Vol. 1, Book 1, Feb. issue
Vol. 6, No. 5 & 16 issue
Vol. 7, Summer 1955 issue

Amer. Journ. Optom. & Arch. A.A.O. 1930 6 issues
1929 10 issues
1928 12 issues
Bound volumes Vol. 33, 1956
Vol. 31, 1954
Vol. 29, 1952
Vol. 26, 1949

Amer. Journ. Ophthalm. 1961 3 issues
1960 3 issues
1959 4 issues
1958 2 issues
1957 2 issues
1956 1 issue
1955 1 issue
1953 1 issue
1932 6 issues

Amer. Journ. Physiological
Optics Vol. 7, No. 4, Oct. 1926
Vol. 7, No. 3, July 1926
Vol. 7, No. 2, Apr. 1926
Vol. 7, No. 1, Jan. 1926 2 copies
Vol. 6, No. 4, Oct. 1925
Vol. 6, No. 3, July 1925 2 copies
Vol. 6, No. 2, Apr. 1925
Vol. 6, No. 1, Jan. 1925
Vol. 5, No. 4, Oct. 1924
Vol. 5, No. 3, July 1924
Vol. 5, No. 2, Apr. 1924
Vol. 5, No. 1, Jan. 1924 2 copies
Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct. 1923
Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1923
Vol. 4, No. 2, Apr. 1923
Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan. 1923
Vol. 3, No. 4, Oct. 1922
Vol. 3, No. 3, July 1922
Vol. 3, No. 2, Apr. 1922 2 copies
Vol. 3, No. 1, Jan. 1922
Vol. 2, No. 4, Oct. 1921
Vol. 2, No. 3, July 1921
Vol. 2, No. 2, Apr. 1921 2 copies
Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan. 1921
Vol. 1, No. 4, Oct. 1920
Vol. 1, No. 3, July 1920
Vol. 1, No. 2, Apr. 1920
Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan. 1920

Arch. Ophthalm. 1950, 3 issues
1945, 2 issues
1944, 2 issues
Archivos de la Sociedad Americana de Oftalmologia y Optometria
1967, 2 issues
1966, 1 issue
1958, 1 issue

Augenoptik (Publ. d> Berlin) 1966 (No. 6, Nov./Dec.)1 issue
1965 (Nos. 1-6) 6 issues
1964 (Nos. 1, 4 - 6) 4 issues

Canadian Journ. Optometry. 1958 1 issue

Chicago South Side Optometric News Letter
Vol. 10, No. 11, Dec. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 10, Nov. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 9, Oct. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 8, Sept. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 7, Aug. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 6, June/July 1959
Vol. 10, No. 5, May 1959
Vol. 10, No. 2, Feb. 1959
Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan. 1959
1958 1 issue

Colorado Optometrist 1958 2 issues

Consumer Reports Vol. 33, No. 8, Aug. 1968 issue.

Contacto 1964 1 issue
1960 l2 issues
1959 12 issues
1958 5 issues
1957 4 issues

El Optico Profesional 1963 1 issue

Indiana Journ. Qptometrv Bound Volume, 18, 1946 (complete)
1959 3 issues
1956 1 issue
1954 6 issues
1945 1 issue
1943 2 issues
1941 1 issue
1940 9 issues
1939 4 issues
1935 1 issue
1933 10 issues

Infocus (Publ. in England by C. S. Flick) 1965 3 issues
1964 10 issues
1963 1 issue
1962 9 issues
1961 1 issue
1960 1 issue

Journ. Amer. Optom. Ass'n. 1968 6 issues
1967 12 issues
1966 12 issues
1965 12 issues
1964 12 issues
1963 12 issues
1962 12 issues
1961 12 issues
1960 12 issues
1959 12 issues
1958 12 issues
1957 12 issues
1956 12 issues
1955 12 issues
1954 12 issues
1953 12 issues
1952 12 issues
1951 11 issues
1950 13 issues
1949 12 issues
1948 12 issues
1947 12 issues
1946 12 issues
1945 12 issues
1944 12 issues
1943 12 issues
1942 11 issues

Journ. Calif. Optom. Ass'n 1960 1 issue
1959 5 issues
1958 4 issues

Journ. Ga. Optom. Ass'n 1958 5 issues

Journ. Ill. Optom. Ass'n 1959 6 issues
1958 5 issues
1957 3 issues
1956 5 issues
1955 6 issues
1954 6 issues
1953 6 issues
1952 4 issues

Journ. New Jersey Optom. Ass'n 1959 12 issues
1958 12 issues

Journ. Optical Society Amer. 1967 10 issues
1964 1 issue
1962 1 issue
1960 6 issues

Journ. Pediatric Ophthalm. 1964 1 issue

Kansas Optom.
1959 11 issues
1958 11 issues

Kentucky Optom. 1959 12 issues
1958 10 issues
1956 2 issues
1955 9 issues

Les Cahiers des Verres de Contact 1967 2 issues
1966 3 issues
1965 3 issues
1964 3 issues
Light Magazine (Publ. by Braille Inst. of Amer.) 1967 1 issue
1966 1 issue
1965 2 issues
1964 1 issue
1963 1 issue

Mich. Optom. 1959 10 issues
1958 12 issues
1957 2 issues
1955 12 issues
1954 2 issues
1953 3 issues
1952 7 issues
1951 7 issues
1950 4 issues
1949 12 issues
1948 7 issues
1947 2 issues
1946 9 issues

Minn. Optom. 1959 7 issues

Modern Optometry 1955 4 issues

Nebraska Optom. Journ. 1959, 5 issues
1958, 3 issues

Neues Optikerjournal 1962 1 issue
1961 1 issue

0-Eye-O Vol. 26, No. 2, Spring 1960
Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 1960
Vol. 25, No. 3, Autumn 1959
Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring 1959
Vol. 18, No. 2, Autumn Quarter 1952
Vol. 17, No. 2, Spring Quarter 1951
Vol. 16, No. 2, Spring Quarter 1950 2 copies
Vol. 14, No. 3, Autumn Quarter 1948
Vol. 13, No. 3, Autumn Quarter 1947

Optical Journ. & Review of Optom. 1968 12 issues
1967 22 issues
1966 23 issues
1965 24 issues
1964 24 issues
1963 24 issues
1962 24 issues
1961 24 issues
1960 23 issues
1959 24 issues
1958 23 issues
1957 24 issues
1956 24 issues
1955 24 issues
1954 24 issues
1953 24 issues
1952 24 issues
1951 23 issues
1950 24 issues
1949 24 issues
1948 23 issues
1947 24 issues
1946 24 issues
1945 20 issues
1944 24 issues
1943 24 issues
1942 24 issues
50th anniversary issue, Vol. 78,
No. 2, Jan. 15, 1941. 1 copy

Optical Spectra 1967 3 issues

Optician 1961 3 issues

Optom. Management.
1968 2 issues
1966 1 issue
1965 3 issues

Optom. Wkly. 1968 25 issues
1967 50 issues
1966 53 issues
1965 52 issues
1964 52 issues
1963 52 issues
1962 51 issues
1961 52 issues
1960 52 issues
1959 54 issues
1958 51 issues
1957 51 issues
1956 52 issues
1955 51 issues
1954 51 issues
1953 52 issues
1952 51 issues
1951 52 issues
1950 51 issues
1949 52 issues
1948 50 issues
1947 51 issues
1946 50 issues
souvenir issue, Vol. 53, No. 23,
June 7, 1962 issue.
50th anniversary issue, Vol. , No.
, Mar. 3, 1966. 3 copies

Optom. World 1967 8 issues
1966 5 issues
1965 5 issues
1964 8 issues
1963 1 issue
1962 2 issues
1961 4 issues
1960 13 issues
1959 9 issues
1958 13 issues
1957 11 issues
1956 12 issues
1955 12 issues
1954 13 issues
1953 12 issues
1952 11 issues
1951 10 issues
1950 12 issues
1949 12 issues
1945 1 issue
1944 5 issues

Optometrie (Review of the College of Optometrists & Opticians of the Province of Quebec) (Publ. at Montreal) Sept./Oct. 1952
Nov./Dec. 1952 Jan./Feb. 1953 Mar./Apr. 1953 May/June 1953
Sept./Oct. 1953
Nov./Dec. 1953

Oregon Optom. 1959, 6 issues
1958, 6 issues

Penn. Optom. 1959, 5 issues
1958, 5 issues
1957, 1 issue
1952, 1 issue

Rayark 1966 1 issue

Sight-Saving Review 1967 2 issues
1966 2 issues
1965 1 issue
1961 1 issue
1960 4 issues
1959 2 issues
1958 4 issues
1957 3 issues
1956 3 issues
1955 1 issue
1946 1 issue

South African Optom Vol. 27, No.10, July/Sept. 1964.
Vol. 27, No. 9, Apr./June 1964.
Vol. 27, No. 8, Jan./Mar. 1964.
Vol. 25, No. 3, Oct. 1958/Feb. 1959,
Vol. 25, No. 2, July/Sept. 1958.
Vol. 25, No. 1, Apr./June 1958.
Vol. 19, No. 3, June/Aug. 1952.
Vol. 19, No. 2, Mar./May 1952.
Vol. 18, No. 4, Sept./Nov. 1951.
Vol. 18, No. 3, June/Aug. 1951.
Vol. 18, No. 1, Dec. 1950/Feb. 1951,
Vol. 17, No. 4, Sept./Nov. 1950.
Vol. 17, No. 2, Apr./May 1950.
Vol. 16, No. 3, Oct./Dec. 1949.
Vol. 16, No. 2, June/Sept. 1949.
Vol. 15, No. 1, Jan./Mar. 1948. .
Vol. 14, No. 4, Oct./Dec. 1947
Vo1. 14, No. 3, July/Sept. 1947
Vol. 13, No. 4, Oct/Dec. 1946
Vol. 13, No. 2, Apr./June 1946
Vol. 9, No. 2, Apr. 1942.

Southern Journ. Optom 1968 4 issues
1967 8 issues
1966 12 issues
1965 12 issues
1964 9 issues
1963 1 issue
1959 3 issues
1956 3 issues
1955 11 issues
1954 12 issues
1953 10 issues
1952 12 issues
1951 11 issues
1950 13 issues
1949 12 issues
1948 11 issues
1947 5 issues

Wisc. Optom. 1958 6 issues
1957 9 issues
1956 12 issues
1955 11 issues
1954 9 issues
1953 1 issue
1952 2 issues

one copy ea, supplement to Apr. 1956 issue,
supplement to May 1954 issue.

25 issues of A.SoC.O. Newsletter

29 miscellaneous items (pamphlets, reports, etc.)

F O R THE M U S E U M :
one centering device (instrument)

one tray of loose lenses (some trial case lenses; others rimless
lenses dated about sixty years ago)

one pair metal frames

one clip-on amber lens eyeglass (protective type used for hunting)
327 ABANDONED 08/15/1968 Fayetteville
SUGG, JOHN G. SUGG, JOHN G. A copy of his report to the 1968 House of Delegates. 1082 ABANDONED 06/15/1977 Fayetteville
SUGG, JOHN G. SUGG, JOHN G. 9 snapshots "taken in Washington D.C. about 1956-57 930 ABANDONED 11/18/1982 Fayetteville

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUS SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUT one medal (held with royal blue ribbon) from the 23rd ANNUAL CONGRESS of the AOA, June 1920 (held at Planters Hotel, Saint Louis,, Missouri -- Reginald C. Augustine of Decatur, Illinois was elected President of AOA). 322 ABANDONED 03/01/1968 Wichita
SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUS SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUT Page, W. W. Optical letters. Geneva (N.Y.), Goodwin Press, (c1911) 88p. 323 ABANDONED 05/19/1969 Wichita
SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUS SULLIVAN, B BOTIOUT Biographical information pertaining to Eugene F. Sullivan, O.D. One page written by his nephew, Dr. B. B. Sullivan.

One 3 x 4.25 sepia tone photograph of Dr. E. F. Sullivan [1920*s] In envelope holder.

One 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 oval sepia tone photograph of Dr. E. F. Sullivan [1900] mounted on. 7 x 4.75 "black and white holder.

Two optometric steroscope test cards, copyright 1910 by C. G. Stevens, Osborne, Kansas.

Two photographs for use in a steroscope.

List of Registered Optometrists in the State of Kansas, October 1915

Kansas Optometric Association Optometry Laws and Roster, State of Kansas, July 1932.

Kansas State Board of Examiners in Optometry Optometric Information; Who's Who in Kansas. [contains List of Registered Optometrists in the State of Kansas, October 1,
1919.]

PERIODICAL:
The Ocularum, Vol. 13, Fall Number, 1941
324 ABANDONED 08/19/1972 Wichita
SULLIVAN, JOSEPH B SULLIVAN, JOSEPH B 1 copy: Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment. 5th ed. edited by Linda
Cocchiarella and Gunnar B.J. Andersson. Chicago: AMA Press/ American Medical
Association, c2001 (3rd printing, 2004 ISBN 1-57947-085-8))
321 ABANDONED 04/21/2004 Witchita
SULLIVAN, UNKNOWN SULLIVAN, UNKNOWN 1 medal 134 ABANDONED 03/01/1968 Wichita
SULLIVAN, UNKNOWN SULLIVAN, UNKNOWN 1 book 169 ABANDONED 05/19/1969 Wichita
SWARTWOUT, J. BAXTER SWARTWOUT, J. BAXTER Swartwont, J. Baxter Manual of Procedures and Forms For In-Office and Out-of-Office Optometric Vision Training Programs. Latham, Dr. Swartwout, 1968, Revised 1973, 1977. 353 pages.

Swartwont, J. Baxter. "The Optometric Training 'Road Map'". Optometric Weekly, Vol. 60, No. k, January 23, 1969, P 17-19- Photocopy.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. "Organizing Visual Training Stations." Journal of the American Optometric Association, Vol. ^0, No. 11, November 1969. P 1121-1123. Reprint.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. "Pre-School Vision Care: A Need - An Approach." The Pennsylvania, Optometrist, Vol. 28, #k, July-August 1968. p 9-12. Reprint.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. "A Rationale For the Development of Parents as Optometric Home Training Assistants.". Journal of the American Optometric Association, Vol. 40, No. 2, February 1969. p 134-138. Reprint.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. Biography. 3 pages.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. Published Articles, 1955 - 1978. 3 pages.

Swartwout, J. Baxter. Lectures, 1958 - 1978. 6 pages.
320 ABANDONED 11/15/1978 Latham
TACHMAN, HAROLD TACHMAN, HAROLD Frames Update, Ophthalmic Instruments & Equipment
issue, October 1981.
914 ABANDONED 10/14/1981 St Louis
TACHMAN, HAROLD TACHMAN, HAROLD 1 journal: OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY, April, 1984 (75:4) 319 ABANDONED 09/13/1984 St Louis
TACHMAN, HAROLD TACHMAN, HAROLD 35-40 duplicate journals 974 ABANDONED 08/13/1986 St Louis
TACHMAN, HAROLD TACHMAN, HAROLD Frames magazine for reference wall (3) 897 ABANDONED 08/22/1988 St Louis
TAKAHASHI, ERNEST S. TAKAHASHI, ERNEST S. Records related to Japanese optometry 1059 ABANDONED 03/22/1977 Oakland
TANNEBAUM, SOL TANNEBAUM, SOL Microfilm filmed by John Crerar Library, Chicago, Illinois Die Pflege der Augen in gesunden und kranken Zustande nebst einen Anhange *uber Augengl'aser. by Ferdinand von Arlt. 318 ABANDONED 1968 Olympia Fields
TEXTOR, RUDOLPH T. TEXTOR, RUDOLPH T. B O O K S :
Brief Analytic Geometry. Thomas Mason, Clifton Hazard, Gitm & Co., 1935

Clinical Refraction. Irvin Borish. Professional Press, 1949 (431p.)

Contact Lens Management. Morgan B. Raiford. Little, Brown, 1961 (261p.)

Contact Lens Routine and Practice. 2nd ed. Worman Bier. Butterworths, 1957 (264p.)

Contact Lens Theory & Practice. Theodore Grosvenor. Professional Press, 1963 (425p.)

Corneal Contact Lenses. L. Lester Beacher. Professional Press, 1955

Corneal Contact Lenses: Fitting Procedures. Wm. Baldwin, Charles R. Shick. Chilton, 1962 (144p.)

Dynamic Meterology. Bernhard Haurwitz. McGraw-Hill, 1941 (365p.)

Extra-Ocular Muscles. Luther C. Peter. Lea & Febiger, 1927 (294p.)

Lessons on the Eye. 4th ed. Frank L. Henderson. P. Blakiston's Son, 1911 (238p. - loose binding)

Outline of Ocular Refraction. J. T. Maxwell. Medical Publishing Co., 1937 (395p.)

Physiological Optics. 4th ed. W. D. Zoethout. Professional Press. 1947 (430p.)

Soft Contact Lens. Antonio Gassett, Herbert Kaufman. Mosby, 1972 (326p.)

Story of Contact Lenses. Philip Salvatori. Obrig Laboratories, 1960 (57p.)

Technique of Eye Dissections. 3rd ed. Frederic A. Woll. Published by the author, 1928 (131p. - autographed)

Theory and Practice of Analytical Refraction and Orthoptics. Israel Dvorine. Published by the author, 1939 (149p. - last page missing)

Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere. H.G. Houghton. M.I.T., 1943
316 ABANDONED 11/17/1997 Manahawkin
THOMAS, BRUCE S. THOMAS, BRUCE S. One handcarved white oak frame made by Mathias Schlaefer, O.D.. Saddle bridge, leading lady shaped frame, skull-fit temples, standard five-barrel metal hinge, straight top bifocal lenses. Insertion of lenses is a masterpiece of ingenuity with stability provided by a very effective cement. 306 ABANDONED 05/15/1972 Fond du Lac
THOMAS, PAUL W. THOMAS, PAUL W. American Optical Company. A O Phoroptor, Nos. 560A and 562k. American Optical
Company, c1938.
American Optical Company. Aw, Shucks, I Could See The Seams On The BallI Southbridge, Mass.: American Optical Company, 1942.

American Optical Company. Improved American Micromatic Ophthalmometer, Model No. 1316A. American Optical Company,c1938.

American Optical Company. The New Additive Phoroptor, Model No, 590. American Optical Company. Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. American Optical
Company, c1950.

American Optical Company. See Better Or Find Another Job, The Boss Says. Southbridge, Mass.: American' Optical" Company, 1942.

American Optical Company. A Treatise on the External and Ophthalmoscopic Examination of the Eye.American Optical Company, c1936.

American Optometric Association. Optometry, The Profession. AOA, 19??

American Optometry Association. Serve and Succeed in the Practice of Optometry. Minneapolis, Minn.:, c1945.

American Optometric Association. Your Eyes and Optometry. St. Louis: AOA, c1958.

The Application of Metallic Fluoride Reflection Reducing Films to Optical Elements. (Record of a Conference by members of The Optical Instrument Committee published at Frankford Arsenal, October 1943.)

Atkinson, Thomas G. pculo-Refractive Procedure-Analysis-Treatment; A Complete Work of Modern Practice.Chicago: Professional Press,1937.[2 copies)

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. The Lag of Accommodation and Its Significance
in the Analysis of Visual Problems.(Scientific and Technical Publication No. 19)Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, c1939.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Ophthalmic Lenses -Their History, Theory and Application. Rochester, NT: Bausch & Lomb"/ c'1935.

Boeder, Paul. Aniseikonia. American Optical Company, 1941.

Boeder, Paul. Aniseikonia. American Optical Company, 1950�

Calkins, T. H. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Indianapolis: Continental Optical Co., 1941.(autographed by the author)

Calovini, Gloria, ed. Mainstreamingthe Visually Impaired Child. Office of the Superintendent of Public Tnstruct'ion, State of Illinois, 197?

Copeland, J. C. A Simplified Method of Streak Retinoscopy. Chicago: Copeland Refractascope Co., 1936.

Creighton, Charles Patrick. Contact Lenses Fabrication Tables for the Clinician, and for the Laboratory Te'cKniciani Tonawanda, NY: John R. Creighton, c1964.

Harmon, Darell Boyd. The Coordinated Classroom. Grand Rapids, Mich.: American Seating Company, 1949".

Harmon, Darrell Boyd . A Preliminary' Study of the Relation of Sustained Visually-Centered Activity and Certain Types of Chalkboards.Printed for the optometric
Extension Program through courtesy of WeBer Costello Company, Chicago Heights, Ill., 1952.

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, A Manual for Students. 14th ed. Philadelphia: P Blakiston's Son & Co., 1907.

Ingalls, Albert G., ed. Amateur Telescope Making. 4th ed. Munn and Co., c1945.

Ingalls, Albert G., Amateur Telescope Making Advanced. Munn and Co., c1937, 1942.

Jaques, Louis. Fundamental Refraction and Orthoptics. Los Angeles, Calif.: Globe Printing Company, 1936.

Johnsen, Alf H.; Bertram A. Weeks; Frederick H. Weller. The Optical Shop and Counter. Chicago: Professional Press, 1934.

Julius King Optical Company. Catalogue E. New York: Julius King Optical Co. (Date unknown. Incomplete - some pages cut.)

Kaspereit, 0. K. Designing of_Optical Systems for Telescopes. (Ordnance Technical Notes',' No. 14) Office of The Chief of Ordnance, U.S. Army, February 1933.

Lesser, S. K. Fundamentals of Procedure and Analysis in Optometric Examination. 2nd ed. Published by the alrthor, cl933.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary. 7th ed. Chicago: the author, c1916.

Marks, Roy. Trifocals - Their Theory and Application. Dayton, Ohio: Univis Lens Company.

National Education Association. Research Division. Teaching About Light and Sight; A Handbook for Classroom Teachers in Elementary 'andT Secondary Schools. Washington, DC: National Education Association, 1955,

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Geometrical Optics. Chicago: NICO, 1935.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Optometric Mathemetics. Chicpgo: NICO, 1935.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Optometry III. (Special Subjects) �� Study Outlines. Chicago: NICO.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Reference Text for Theoretical and Geometrical Optics. Chicago: 1937.

Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Theoretical Optics � Study Outlines. Chicago: NICO.

Obrig, Theo. E. Modern^Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. 2nd ed. New York: the author, 1937 (Philadelphia: The Chilton Co., Printing Division)

The Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Technical Manual (Tentative): Elementary Optics. (TM 9-2601) 2nd ed. The Ordnance School 'Reproduction Plant, December 1942.

Thorington, James. Refraction of the Human Eye and Methods of Estimating the Refraction. 2nd ed.Philadelphia: P. BTakiston's Son & Co., c1930.

Tiffin, Joseph. Industria1 Psychology. 2nd ed. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1947.

U.S. Department of the Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. Theoretical and Practical Applications of Optics. Dept. of the Navy, 1943.

U.S. War Department. Instruction Guide: Elementary Optics and Applications to Fire Control Instruments. (Technical Manual TM 9-2601)Washington, DC: War Dept., April 19, 1945.

Wesley, Newton K., and George N. Jessen. Contact Lens Practice. Chicago: Professional Press, 1953.

Zoethout, William D. Laboratory Experiments in Physiology. 2nd ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1934

Zoethout, William D. A Textbook of Physiology. 5th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, 1935.

R E P R I N T S
Gordon, Sarah. Bye, Bye, Blackboard. (Reprint from Better Homes and Gardens November, 1948.)

Noyes, H. G. Ocular Pathology As Seen By Optometrists. (Reprint from Optical Journal and Review of Optometry, 1940.)

Wittels, David G. You're Not As Smart As You Could Be. (Reprint from the Saturday Evening Post, 1948.)

J O U R N A L S / S E R I A L S
Continental Digest 1st edition, 1960.

Optometric Extension Program papers
298 ABANDONED 02/1982 Decatur
TITUS, STERRETT S. TITIUS, STERRETT S. books & antique eyeglasses 854 ABANDONED 05/28/1975 Kansas City
TRAMONTI, JAMES TRAMONTI, JAMES 18 books, reprints, 5 issues of The Chrome Orthoptist. 296 ABANDONED 12/24/1992 Providence
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT, AOA VON BOKERN, JACK W. One over-sized wooden gavel with brass plate inscribed "House of Delegates, American Optometric Association." Presented to Dr. Jack W. Von Bokern, retiring AOA President, at the AOA Congress Banquet, June 27, 1981, by Dr. Allan R. Paymar, President, Minnesota;Optometric Association, on behalf of the MOA. 270 ABANDONED 07/1981 Tracy
VOORHIES, G. H. VOORHIES, G. H. 1 set:
University of California Class Courses, 1931. Lecturer T.A. Brombach

Optometry 408 (Perimetry)

Introduction page 1
Lecture 1 2
Lecture 2, The Technique of Measuring Form & Color Fields 15
Lecture 3, Arc Perimetry 24
Lecture 4, Methods of Field Recording 33
Lecture 5, Perimetry in Strabismus 41
Lecture 6, Scotomata 44
Lecture 7, Intoxication (Exogenous Toxemia) 48
Lecture 8, Intoxication, depressive stage 60
Lecture 9, Intoxication, degenerative or amblyopic stage 63
Lecture 10,The Influence of Drugs & Other Agents on the Visual Field 73
Lecture 11,The Effects of Endogenous Toxemia 78
Lecture 12,Dental Infection by F. Vanco Simonton, D.D.S. 83
Lecture 13,Fields in Functional Disorders ?
Lecture 14,Special Pathology of the Fields 100
Lecture 15 108

Addenda: U. of Calif. Class Courses, n.d. Lecturer T. A. Brombach. Lecture 5, Quantitative & Qualitative Determinations of Visual Form & Motion Fields & Their Application in Clinical Practice.

Addenta: Division of Optometry at the University of California Berkeley, Conducts Visual Survey.
266 ABANDONED 05/08/1980 Redding
WAGGONER, TERRACE L. WAGGONER, TERRACE L. How to Test for Colorblindness [VNV, 45 min.] narrated by Dr. Terrace Waggoner. Home Vision Care, Gulf Breeze, Florida, 2004 (Dr. Waggoner supported production of this educational video in order to help train military opticians and optometrists on the correct and best way to test for color vision deficiencies.) 265 ABANDONED 02/2004 Pensacola
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. Three copies Constitution and By-Lays of the American Optometric Association, 1967-1968. 262 ABANDONED 04/11/1977 Witchita
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. Booklet from SCCO
Box of AOA Publications and Journals
951 ABANDONED 12/07/1983 Witchita
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. 1 book & 1 president's report about SCCO.
18 issues, Amer. J. of Public Health
977 ABANDONED 11/20/1986 Witchita
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. 11 issues of Amer. J. of Public Health, 1987 Nov. issue missing 931 ABANDONED 10/12/1987 Witchita
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. Miscellaneous correspondence, memos, reports related to I.O.O.L., 1983-84 [International
Optometric and Optical League]

International Optometric & Optical League: A Short History. Jan. 1991 (for the period 1927-
1986) 15-page booklet

Issues of Interoptics: Bulletin of the International Optometric & Optical League:
No. 21; 1978
No. 39,41,44; 1981
No. 45-46, 48-50; 1982
No. 51-56; 1983
No. 57-62; 1984
No. 63-67; 1985
No.71; 1986
No. 75, 78; 1987
263 ABANDONED 11/03/2004 Witchita
WALDIE, WENDELL D. WALDIE, WENDELL D. Misc. Publications 903 ABANDONED 1980-1981 Witchita
WARREN, EVART WARREN, EVART Cox, Maurice E. Optometry, The Profession; Its Antecedents, Birth and Development. Chilian "Company, 1947. (A series of articles that appeared under the title "The Basis of
Optometry's Public Relations" in The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry, Oct. 1, 1945 to Jan. 19377)
259 ABANDONED 08/29/1983 McLean
WATKINS, JAMES R. WATKINS, JAMES R. 1 Yukon Computer Kit [Consists of "Stepping Stones to the Yukon"; Contact Lens Research "'Instructions for universal Contact Lens Analytical Graphic Computer." Lexington (Icy.), Contact Lens Research, 1961; Contact Lens Research "'Section III Yukon Computer; New Ideas and Scattered Thoughts on the Subject of Controlled Contact Lens Fitting." Lexington (Xy.), Contact Lens Research, 1961.] 257 ABANDONED   Lexington
WEIMER, WILLIAM WEIMER, WILLIAM Stand-type stereo viewer (cast iron)
McIntire, Magie and Brown show cards
AOA booklet: "Reading in the Elementary School"
and more
1037 ABANDONED 02/10/2011  
WEINBERG, HAROLD WEINBERG, HAROLD Old optometric equipment?? 824 ABANDONED 12/29/2011 Clinton
KORNBLUT, DORTHY WEITZNER KORNBLUT, DORTHY WEITZNER 1 issue of The Journal of the New York State Optometric Association, Vol. 35, #3, March 1967. "Thought you might get a nostalgic kick out of pages 6-7, Regards HRB"

4 newspaper articles about the Nassau & Suffolk Optometric Society. One dated December 1931, the others January 24, 1932. Mounted on 7" x 10" cardboard.

2 articles, one with picture of Dr. Dorothy Weitzner, describing her office, dated September 30, 1932. Mounted on 7" x 10" cardboard.

1 article from the Bridgeport Post, Wednesday, June 21, 1978, about Dr. Weitzner's award from the Connecticut Optometric Society & the scholarship established by Dr. Dorothy Kornblut nee Weitzner to aid women entering the profession of optometry.

1 photo of several people (not identified) taken at the AOA Congress, Boston, MA, June 1930.

1 group picture (cut from a journal) "Visitors Taken at Plymouth, June 1930. AOA Congress, 1930.
729 ABANDONED 07/01/1982 Long Island
WELLINGTON, JOHN S. WELLINGTON, JOHN S. BOOKS:
Atkinson, Thomas G. Oculo-Refractice Cyclopedia and Dictionary. Chicago, Professional Press, 1921.

Brown, C. Henry State Board Examinations: Questions and Ansvers. Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1919-

Goldnamer, William W. The Anatomy of the Human Eye and Orbit. Chicago, Professional Press, 1923.

Indiana State Board of Registration and Examination in Optometry Optometry Law and Information, State of Indiana. 1938.

Ketchum, Marshall B. Ketchum's Lessons on the Eye. Los Angeles: By the Author, 1920.

Kritzer, J. Haskel Text-Book of Iridiagnosis; Guide in Treatment. 5th ed. Los Angeles: By the Author, 811 West 7th St., 1924

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General Practitioners. llth. ed., rev. New York, William Wood and Company, 1924.

Tavs, Eric G. Questions and Answers in Optometry. Chicago, Professional Press, 1923.

SERIAL PUBLICATIONS:
Optometric Extension Program Postgraduate Course

"Practice Development" May 1940 (7:7) - April 1941 (8:6)

"The Application of Psychology and Psychiatry to Optometric Practice" May -Sept. 1940 (1:8-12)

"Barstow's Beacon for Office Assistants" May 1940 (3:21) - April 1941 (4:20)

INSTRUMENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS:
1 trial frame

1 F. A. Hardy & Company Measuring Card, No. 942

1 box double 00 eye flat lenses

8 ocular prostheses in box, various sizes, brown and blue

1 Bausch & Lomb Retinoscope with case & accessories

1 American Optical "Giantscope" Ophthalmoscope with multiple, colored lenses.

1 lens centering device [to hold a lens preliminary to insertion in automatic edger]

1 shelltex plier

1 enlarged spectacle endpiece for demonstration

1 crimping plier

1 C.-I. Ophthalmometer, Io99� sold by F. A. Hardy & Co., Chicago. Accompanying booklet: The One Position C.-I. Ophthalmometer; its Utility, Construction and Manipulation. Southbridge, Mass., American Optical Company, 1923.

Dr. Wellington's notes taken on lectures by Drs. Zoethout, Trowbridge, Shepard, Ealy, [and others?]

1 Certificate: Omega Delta Fraternity, John Sherman Wellington, Oct. 5, 1923

1 Picture: Omega Gelta Fraternity, Alpha Chapter. [1923 or 192U]

1 Diploma: Northern Illinois College of Ophthalmology and Otology. John Sherman Wellington, Doctor of Optometry, December 23, 1924
226 ABANDONED 12/04/1974 Goshen
WERTHAMER, EGON R. WERTHAMER, EGON R. 3 items pertaining to the Podiatric Medical Association:
APMA NEWS v.8 #8, August 1987 (issue from National Podiatric Medicine Week, emphasizing 75th anniversary and annual mtg.)

104-page meeting and exhibit program from the 75th annual meeting American Podiatric Medical Association, August 4-8, 1987, Washington DC

Holloway, Lisabeth M. A Fast Pace Forward; Chronicles of American Podiatry. Prepared for the 75th anniversary of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, c1987. (202-page illustrated history)
224 ABANDONED 08/25/1987 Baltimore
WERTHAMER, EGON R. WERTHAMER, EGON R. 3 items given to us at ILAMO Board meeting - subject of podiatry. 932 ABANDONED 08/25/1987 Baltimore
NATIONAL EYE RESEARCH FOUNDATION WESLEY, ROY K. A. 16mm motion picture films:

"The Fascinating Story of Contact Lenses'

"The Bifocal Contact Lens Story"
223 ABANDONED 03/26/1984 Chicago
WHITAKER, CHARLES S. CHARLES S. WHITAKER Tennessee State Optometric Association committee roster 1953-1954. 2 pages.

Tennessee Academy of Optometry constitution and by-laws, (n.d.) 9 pages.

NOTE: Eleven issues of the Tennessee Optometrist were sent to us on loan by Dr. Whitaker, and are being returned to him with his copy of this donation inventory.
222 ABANDONED 04/02/1972 Nashville
WIATREK, BEVERLY K. WIATREK, BEVERLY K. PowerPoint presentation created by Dr. Wiatrek, from a slide program borrowed from ILAMO ("The Athlete's Eye"). Given before the Texas and Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association in Arlington, TX.
Presentation was given by
Adam Obregon and Zeke Smith. [1 CD]
221 ABANDONED 08/04/03 San Antonio
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye; Arranged in the Form of Study Outlines for Optometrists by William B. Needles and Ernest Occhiena. Kansas City, Mo., Needles Institute of Optometry, 1919.

Kratometer, complete with cards, and a book- Peckman.
211 ABANDONED 04/09/1975 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. 1 Trial Lens Set in wooden case with brass plate on the lid bearing the inscription "MED. DEPT. U.S.A., E. B. Meyrowitz, New York, 1903."

American Optical Company, Division of Ocular and Professional Interests Accommodative
Convergence and Fusion Convergence. Southbridge, American Optical Co., 1928. 34 pages.
212 ABANDONED 10/30/1975 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. One C V bifocal lens in brown leather case. 213 ABANDONED 12/1975 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. INSTRUMENTS:
One hand held ophthalmoscope manufactured by the J.E. Limeburner Co., Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania.

BOOKS:
DeSclrweinitz, George E. Diseases of the Eye; a Handbook of Ophthalmic Practice for Students and Practitioners. 8th ed. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1917.

Foster, Matthias Lanckton. Diagnosis from Ocular Symptoms. New York, Allied Book Co., 1933.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary Including Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition of the Words Used in Optometry and Ophthalmology. 7th ed. [Chicago], James J. Lewis, c1916.

Renlow, H. The Human Eye and its Auxiliary Organs, Anatomically Represented, with Explanatory Text. Rev. and edited by John Browning. London, George Philip & Son.
214 ABANDONED 06/09/1976 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Ophthalmic Instruments. Rochester, N.Y., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1930.

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Price List, Bausch & Lomb Ophthalmic Instruments. Rochester, N.Y., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1930.

Swanzy, Henry R. A Handbook of the Diseases of the Eye and their Treatment. London, H.K. Lewis, 1884.

Wood, Casey A. Memorandum Book of a Tenth-Century Oculist for the Use of Modern Ophthalmologists. A Translation of the Tadhkirat of Ali ibn Isa of Baghdad. Chicago, Northwestern University, 1936.
215 ABANDONED 08/30/1976 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. 1 AO DeZeng Tait Retinoscope No. 220. U.S. Patents #1068226, 1211073,1128859,
1664953 & patents pending.
216 ABANDONED 01/08/1979 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. Eye Sight Conservation Council of America Eyesight conservation survey. Compiled
by Joshua Eyre Hannum. Edited by Guy A. Henry. New York, Eye Sight Conservation
Council of America, 1925. (Bulletin No. 7) 219 pages.
217 ABANDONED 02/15/1979 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. Lang vision training instrument( his version) & slides for it 218 ABANDONED 06/1979 Schnectady
WIENER, SAUL J. WIENER, SAUL J. 1 scleral contact lens trial kit containing 13 lenses. Wooden case measuring 9 3/4 x 4 x 1.25 inches. The following is printed on the top of the case, "Scleraform", Universal Contact Lens Corp., New York, N.Y. This trial lens kit was purchased by Dr. Wiener October 1946. 219 ABANDONED 08/20/1980 Schnectady
WILLIAMS, GARY WILLIAMS, GARY 1 ophthalmoscope. 953 ABANDONED 11/15/1983 Owego
WILLIAMS, GARY WILLIAMS, GARY "my 89 years of experience." no author 20 page typewritten 979 ABANDONED 01/30/1987 Owego
WILLIAMS, GARY WILLIAMS, GARY 23" x 31" sepia & white poster, "Representative Optometrists of the State of New York" 1915-1916
[portraits, with names, in very good condition]
208 ABANDONED 07/14/2000 Owego
WINTER, JAMES D. WINTER, JAMES D. Winter, James D. Clinical Management of Amblyopia. Houston, [author], 1973. 67pages.
2 copies.
205 ABANDONED 10/03/1977 Houston

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION WOLFBERG, MELVIN D. Man's wristwatch (Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date , 14K Steelinox) worn by Dr. Wolfberg
Engraved on reverse: "Mel Wolfberg, President AOA, 1969-1970
(This watch was jeweler appraised in 2006 at a value of $2,500)
202 ABANDONED 08/21/2006 Vero Beach
PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY WOLFBERG, MELVIN D. 5 badges from the 1918 Penn. Optical Society annual
Congress.
(Badges were donated to PCO by Lyle M. Cruse, O.D. of
York, PA)
954 ABANDONED 03/1984 Philadelphia
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION WOLFBERG, MELVIN D. Box containing old spectacles that belonged to his father, Max A. Wolfberg, O.D., who practiced in Altoona, PA from 1926-1953.
Includes:
4 pince-nez (1 with retractable chain/pin)
4 cases (W.F. Sellers & Co.; Curtis Shoptaugh; Ray Heverling -- all of PA)
1 steel spring-lorgnette (with tiny pearls set in fleur-de-lis pattern) [rusty]
2 pair 4-lens spectacles: amber/amber, cracked; and green/clear, brass frames, C. Smith, Philadelphia
7 miscellaneous pair, various temples and nose shapes
3 very old pair: 2 steel, brass [marked Benz]
203 ABANDONED 06/23/2010 Vero Beach
WOOD, WILLIAM H. WOOD, WILLIAM H. 1 pair antique goggles 138 ABANDONED 03/23/1967 Jacksonville
WRIGHT, JOHN E. WRIGHT, JOHN E. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
1962 vol. 33 no. 9, 11-12
1962/63 vol. 34
1964 vol. 35
1965 vol. 36
1966 vol. 37 no. 1-4, 7-12
1967 vol. 38
1968 vol. 39 no. 1-11
1969 vol. 40
1970 vol. 41
1971 vol. 42
1972 vol. 43
1973 vol. 44 no. 1-6, 8-11
1974 vol. 45 no. 2-3, 5-12
1975 vol. 46
1976 vol. 47
42 ABANDONED 02/27/1978 Mt Clemens
INDIANA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION WUENSCH, RONALD, DIRECTOR J O U R N A L S :
Colorado Optometrist 1961 1 issue
Optical Journ. & Review of Optom. 1964 24 issues
1963 24 issues
1962 34 issues
1961 24 issues
1960 24 issues
1959 16 issues
Optom. Wkly. 1964 53 issues
1963 50 issues
1962 24 issues
souvenir issue, Vol. 53, No. 23, June 7, 1962. . 1 copy

T O T A L : 275 issues
Optom. Wkly. 1962 16 issues
1961 52 issues
1960 53 issues
1959 52 issues
1958 51 issues
1957. 27 issues
T O T A L : 251 issues
g r a n d T O T A L : 526 issues
36 ABANDONED 11/12/1968  
ZINN, WALTER J. ZINN, WALTER J. On 3/16/88 the Illinois Optometric Ass'n Executive Council toured the ADA Building, and 2 copies of the following book were given to ILAMO on behalf of Drs. Zinn & Solomon.

Zinn, Walter Je & Solomon, Herbert The Complete Guide to Eyecare, Eyeglasses, & Contact Lenses. Hollywood, TL, Frederick Fell Publishers, C 1986.
933 ABANDONED 03/16/1988 Niles
ZUCKER, JONAS J. ZUCKER, JONAS J. Responded to our request for old copies of the
AOA journal to add to our duplicate collection.
955 ABANDONED 1983-1984 Stamford
ZWICKY, ROBERT, O.D. ZWICKY, ROBERT, O.D. 2017.FIC.2534--Trial Lens Set--Tray fits in cabinet 1270 ABANDONED  
HELLERSTEIN, LYNN HELLERSTEIN, LYNN See It. Say It. Do It!: The Parent's & Teacher's Action Guide to Creating Successful Students andConfident Kids, by Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein. Centennial, CO: HiClear Publishing, 2010 ISBN: 978-0-9841779-0-5 716 ABANDONED 07/08/2010 Englewood
DIETER, MICHAEL DIETER, MICHAEL Shur-On Standard Chronicle June/July 1928 444 ABANDONED 03/09/2010 Roseau
SAFLEY, DOUGLAS A. SAFLEY, DOUGLAS A. 1 journal: OPTOMETRIC MONTHLY, April, 1984 (75:4) 481 ABANDONED 09/17/1984 Havre
NOWAK, CHESTER J. NOWAK, CHESTER J. Spiral bound compliation of writings by Dr. Nowak
and two Dutone charts that are used for testing.
985 ABANDONED 04/15/1985 Niles
TOMASIK, E.J. TOMASIK, E.J. 3 boxes of books 989 ABANDONED 06/25/1984 Cudahy
EDBERG, KENNETH C. EDBERG, KENNETH C. eyeglass case, James Prentice 920 ABANDONED 07/01/1982 Penn Valley
JOHNSON, DAVID E. JOHNSON, DAVID E. one oral history library tape: Johnson, David E. Optometry comes to Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor (Mich.)/ David E. Johnson, Dec. 1968. (Received at AOA Library January 1969, transcribed, 5-pages, and classified as Oral History Library, Transcript, Tape No. 69.1.) 800 ABANDONED 01/1969 Ann Arbor
BOWYER, NORMA K. NORMA K. BOWYER 1 book: Needles, William B. Practical Work on Eye Muscles. Arranged in the Form of
Study Outlines for Optometrists.Kansas City, Mo: Needles Institute of Optometry, c1919. (Needles Institute Series, no.2)

Book of near acuity test cards (English, foreign languages, music, playing cards,
pictures, newsprint) Printed in U.S.A. by Soft-Lite Lens Company, c1944.
315 ABANDONED 06/28/1985 San Clemente
BOWYER, NORMA K. NORMA K. BOWYER SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
1986 Winter Quarter, vol. IV, no. 1, 1-78
April 1983, vol. 1, no. 4, 1-36
January 1983, vol. 1, no. 1, 1-32

OPHTHALMOLOGY DIGEST
August 1976

REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
Feb. 15, 1986
Oct. 15, 1985

OPTOMETRIC MANAGEMENT
December 1985
January 1986
March 1986
June 1986

20/20
September 1986
Fall Reception Area Copy 1986
August 1986
June 1986 (2 copies)
May 1986
August 1985

INSIGHT
April 1986

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF APHA
March 1986
May 1986
June 1986
July 1986
August 1986
Supplement to March 1986
Oct. 1986

PEP - CUKRIRULUM II
November 1984, vol. 57, no. 2

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION
April 1985
December l986

CONTACT LENS SPECTRUM
January 1986
February 1986
April 1986
May 1986 (2 copies)
June 1986 (2 copies;
July 1986

THE NATION'S HEALTH
May-June 1986

OPTOMETRY TIMES
March l986
July 1986
February 1986
August 1986

OPTICAL INDEX
June 1986
April l986

EYECARE BUSINESS
September 1986
June 1986
May 1986
April 1986 (2 copies)
October 1986
November 1986
314 ABANDONED 12/09/1986 San Clemente
COOK, DAVID L. COOK, DAVID L. VISUAL FITNESS : 7 MINUTES TO BETTER EYESIGHT AND BEYOND, by David L. Cook. New York: Berkley Books, 2004 ( ISBN 0-425-19408-6, paperback, 222p.) 373 ABANDONED 01/19/2005 Marietta
KAHN, NORMAN KAHN, NORMAN 7 frames, 3 1/2 pair with lenses Univis Segmezur. 983 ABANDONED 06/17/1985 Virginia Beach
KAHN, NORMAN KAHN, NORMAN 1 "Spectocular" complete with earring case and print material telling about this combination wearable binocular and/or low vision aid. 793 ABANDONED 12/08/1993 Virginia Beach
KAHN, NORMAN KAHN, NORMAN The AO Micromatic Ophthalmometer : Instructions. (Model No. 1316B) Buffalo, NY: American Optical Company, c1956

AO School Vision Screening Test (Massachusetts Vision Test) Manual A. Prepared by Hollis M. Leverett and Evelyn A. Backer. American Optical Company, c1955

Helping the Learning Disabled. Modified Perceptual Motor Therapy Manual for Multihandicapped Children. Rocky Kaplan, Christiane Cyr, Nancy Kennedy, Gary Wallace. University of Houston, c1977

The Shur-Mark Out-of-Office Vision Training System. I. Edward Markowitz and Ralph P. Schrock. San Diego, CA: Shur-Mark, c1 961 (looseleaf)
797 ABANDONED 02/20/2001 Virginia Beach
RYER, RICHARD L. RYER, RICHARD L. 22 books, 27 journal issues, 11
reports, transactions, & monographs
125 ABANDONED 10/10/1967 Lakeland
RYER, RICHARD L. RYER, RICHARD L. B O O K S :
Alger, Ellice M. Refraction and Motility of the Eye Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Co., 1915.

Ash, Robert Foster Salvaging Vision in Industry n.p. , R. F. Ash, 1943.

Bacon, Victor V. and Booth, Frederick Refraction: Essentials of Systematized, Condensed, and Elucidated South Bend (Ind.), Tribune Printing Co., 1909.

Better Vision Institute Occupational Analysis New York, B.V.I., 1930. Vol. I.

Bielschowsky, A. Lectures on Motor Anomalies Hanover (N.H.), Dartmouth College Publications, 1940.

Burnett, Swan M. (Trans.) written by Landolt, E. A Manual of Examination of the Eyes Philadelphia, D. G. Brinton, 1879. See also under "Landolt".

Cattell, Henry W., et. al. (Ed.) International Clinics: A Quarterly Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Co., 1923. Vol. II, 33rd Series, 1923.

Culver, C. M. (Trans.) written by Landolt, E. The Refraction and Accommodation of the Eye and Their Anomalies Edinburgh, Young J. Pentland, 1886. See also under
"Landolt."

Donders, F. C. (Trans, by Moore, William Daniel) On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye London, New Sydenham Society, 1864_. See also under
"Moore".

Helmholtz, Herman Ludwig Ferdinand von Treatise on Physiological Optics in three volumes. See also under "Southall, James P. C. (Ed.)".

History of Science Society, et. al. Sir Isaac Newton, 1727-1927 Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1928.

Howe, Lucien The Muscles of the Eye New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1907. Vol. I: Anatomy and Physiology.

Howe, Lucien The Muscles of the Eye New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1908. Vol. II: Pathology and Treatment.

Koenigsberger, Leo (Trans, by Welby, Frances A.) Hermann von Helmholtz Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1906. See also under "Welby."

Landolt, E. (Trans, by Burnett, Swan M.) A Manual of Examination of the Eyes Philadelphia, D. G. Brinton, 1879. See also under "Burnett".

Landolt, E. (Trans, by Culver, C. M.) The Refraction and Accommodation of the Eye and Their Anomalies Edinburgh,Young J. Pentland, 1886. See also under "Culver".

Lodge, Sir Oliver The Ether of Space New York, Harper & Bros., 1909.

Laurance, Lionel General and Practical Optics London, Orthos Press, 1908.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Optical Dictionary n.p. , J. J. Lewis, 1908.

Moore, William Daniel (Trans.) written by Donders, F. C. On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye London, New Sydenham Society, 1864. See
also under "Donders".

Shur-On Standard Optical Company, Inc. The Genothalmic Visual Test Apparatus Geneva (New York), Shur-On Standard Optical Co., 1926.

Shur-On Standard Optical Company, Inc. The Modern Treatment of Ocular Imbalances Geneva (New York), Shur-On Standard Optical Co., 1926.

Southall, James P. C. (Ed.) Helmholtz's Treatise on Physiological Optics n.p. , Optical Society of America, 1924. Vol. I.

Southall, James P. C. (Ed.) Helmholtz's Treatise on Physiological Optics n.p. , Optical Society of America, 1924. Vol. II: The Sensations of Vision.

Southall, James P. C. (Ed.) Helmholtz's Treatise on Physiological Optics n.p. , Optical Society of America, 1925. Vol. Ill: The--: Percept ions of Vision

Stieglitz, Julius, et. al. (Ed.) Chemistry in Medicine New York, Chemical Foundation, Inc., 1929.

Welby, Frances A. (Trans.) written by Koenigsberger, Leo Hermann von Helmholtz Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1906. See also under "Koenigsberger".

J O U R N A L S :
American Journal of Physiological Optics, Vol. I (1920), No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. II (1921), No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. Ill (1922), No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. W
(1923), No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. V (1924), 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. VI (1925), No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4; Vol. VII 1926), No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4.

R E P O R T S , T R A N S A C T I O N S , A N D M O N O G R A P H S :
American Academy of Optometry Program of the Sixth Annual Convention, Columbia University and Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, Dec. 4-6, 1927. [see AAO 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]

American Academy of Optometry Report of the Fourth Annual Meeting, Buffalo, New York, Dec. 13-14, 1925. [see AAO 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]


American Academy of Optometry Report of the Transactions of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, June 22-24, 1938. [see AAO 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]

American Academy of Optometry Report of the Transactions of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, June 22-24, 1939. [see AAO 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]

American Medical Association "Obituary: Alfred Bielschowsky" Reprint from the Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 23, June 1940, pp. 1354-1365. Copyright, AMA, 1940.

American Optical Company "Industrial Visual Safety and Efficiency" n.p. , AOCO, n.d. .

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company "The Lag of Accommodation" Scientific and Technical Publication No. 19 Rochester, Bausch & Lomb, 1939.

Columbia University "Announcement of Professional Courses in Optometry" Morningside Heights (N.Y0) , Columbia Univ., 1947-48.

Columbia University "Announcement of Professional Courses in Optometry" Morningside Heights (N.Y.)> Columbia Univ., 1948-49.

Paine, D. R. "Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry" Reprint from Amer. J. Optom. & Arch. A.A.Q0, Vol. 17, No. 2, Feb0 1940. [see AAO 410.01 --KH 5/3/2018]

Southeastern Optical Company "Industrial Vision" by John R. Wittekind Reprint from Illuminating Engineer, Feb. 1943.
484 ABANDONED 11/06/1967 Lakeland
DE MAYO, EUGENE DE MAYO, EUGENE Student Research Paper, "Vision & Eye Health Care in Developing
Countries." Feb. 1981.
906 ABANDONED 08/18/1981 Banks
FIELDS, TIM R. FIELDS, TIM R. 94 ophthalmic / medical textbooks
65 issues of The Missouri Optometrist
issues of the CLAO Papers, 1 959-60
11 issues of Academic Therapy
1 issue of the Journal of the American Optometric Association
4 issues of Optometric Weekly
33 issues of Journal of Learning Disabilities
8 issues of Journal of Optometric Vision Therapy
12 small misc. publications: booklets, pamphlets, flyers, instruction books, etc.
582 ABANDONED 06/19/2002 St. Joseph
HUTCHINSON, R. ANTHONY HUTCHINSON, R. ANTHONY 1 book: Computer Eye-Stress; How to Avoid It, How to Alleviate It, by R. Anthony Hutchinson, O.D.New York: M. Evans & Co., 1985.85p.) 780 ABANDONED 05/24/1985 Encinitas
SLAMOVICH, ROCHELLE SLAMOVICH, ROCHELLE 1 "Vent Air" contact lens. Send to Dr. Giroux, & he sent it on to us. 922 ABANDONED 09/21/1987 San Francisco
RAWLINS, ROBERT RAWLINS, ROBERT Instrument 968 ABANDONED 06/05/1987 St. Louis
ZICK, HERBERT A. ZICK, HERBERT A. 4 books, several bound volumes of journals, &
several miscellaneous articles.
147 ABANDONED 10/17/1968 Greeley
ZICK, HERBERT A. ZICK, HERBERT A. One 30 page scrapbook on the life and work of Dr. Paul T. Dill 171 ABANDONED 01/15/1969 Greeley
SCHLETER, HARVEY SCHLETER, HARVEY 1 antique "do-it-yourself trial frame, iron (crude, rusty, approx. 4"), accompanied by 11 trial lenses and an advertisement for Nu-Sight Spectacle Company, Chicago (in very fragile, incomplete condition) assumed to be the distributor of the device. No date on the device or advertisement. 478 ABANDONED 03/19/2012 Somerset
SCHLETER, HARVEY SCHLETER, HARVEY 1 antique "do-it-yourself" trial frame, iron (crude, rusty, approx. 4"), accompanied by 11 trial lenses and an advertisement for Nu-Sight Spectacle Company, Chicago (in very fragile, incomplete condition) assumed to be the distributor of the device. No date on the device or advertisement. 819 ABANDONED 03/19/2012 Somerset
HICKMAN, TIMOTHY S. HICKMAN, TIMOTHY S. 1 American Optical diagnostic set consisting of Copeland Refractoscope, May ophthalmoscope (pat. 1767266), 1 transilluminator bulb and shock proof controller (National Electric Instrument Co.), all in the original velvet-lined case (6 1/2" x 11")

1 Kenoptic frame view set, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. 4 pairs of lenses (-4, +2, +4, +6) in hinged leather-covered case (4 1/4" x 7")

1 Grohlman eyeglass fitting system with manual and original case. American Optical Co., mid-1970s

1 American Optical bifocal trial lens set in original leather covered, velvet-lined case. 12 pairs, bevel edged bifocal segments, 18mm round, in 35mm rims, 0.50-3.25

Tillyer Ful-Vue trifocal test rings in original case. 2 lenses (2.25D add plus a 50% intermediate). American Optical Company
722 ABANDONED 10/16/2008 Orange City
WEAVER, JEFFREY WEAVER, JEFFREY 750 mL bottle of Merlot wine.
Product of France, imported by H.L.P. Import Co., Bensenville, IL.
Bottled by Vicomte Bernard De Romanet, D-55543 Bad Kreuznach.
29309-2 on left side of label, L-44963/97 on right side of label.

Top is cork, covered in red plastic, with grape vine stamp. Bottle is green glass.

Front label states Private Reserve,
AOA 100 years, circular label.
101st Congress of the AOA
June 24-28, 1988 Orlando, FL
1 ABANDONED 10/21/2014 St Louis
WEAVER, JEFFREY WEAVER, JEFFREY 750 mL bottle of Merlot wine.
Product of France, imported by H.L.P. Import Co., Bensenville, IL.
Bottled by Vicomte Bernard De Romanet, D-55543 Bad Kreuznach.
29309-2 on left side of label, L-44963/97 on right side of label.

Top is cork, covered in red plastic, with grape vine stamp. Bottle is green glass.

Front label states Private Reserve,
AOA 100 years, circular label.
101st Congress of the AOA
June 24-28, 1988 Orlando, FL
831 ABANDONED 10/21/2014 St Louis
BAZIN, BETH BAZIN, BETH Fixing My Gaze : A Scientist's Journey into Seeing in Three Dimensions, by Susan R. Barry. New York : Basic Books, 2009 268 ABANDONED 01/04/2012 Kansas City
STROETKER, JOSEPH STROETKER, JOSEPH 2015.FIC.0158 ~ Projector, Visual Acuity. Bauch & Lomb Optical Co.
Rouchester, N.Y. U.S.A. No 18599 Des. Pat. 91.060

2015.FIC.0181 ~ Table, wood. Four legged table for Visual Acuity Meter.
1215 ABANDONED 04/2008  
JANDER, BERNARD CARL JANDER, BERNARD CARL Rheostat ("used years ago to reduce 110 current to 6 volts for ophthalmic instruments ") 801 ABANDONED 05/31/1967 Webster Groves
JANDER, BERNARD CARL JANDER, BERNARD CARL Jander, Bernard C. Visual motor complex. Optometric edition.
Webster Groves, Mo., B.C. Jander, cl905.
800 ABANDONED 02/01/1968 Webster Groves
JANDER, BERNARD CARL JANDER, BERNARD CARL 2 copies Harmon, Darell Boyd: The Coordinated Classroom. Grand Rapids, Michigan: American Seating Company, cl951. ("Reprint by Circle Publishers, House Springs, MO) 48 pages. 799 ABANDONED 11/04/1982 Webster Groves
JANDER, BERNARD CARL JANDER, BERNARD CARL 2 sets of slides to be duplicated 915 ABANDONED 09/23/1988 House Springs
MAHONEY, ROBERT G. MAHONEY, ROBERT G. BOX 1
17 broach handles (cylinder like screw driver handles)
150 to 200 broaches
17 tubes of rat files and broaches
8 screw driver handles
1 tweezer
1 punch
2 small hand drills
50 (approx.) sanding disks
1 box round files (approx. 10)
1 empty hand scope box
WWII aviator sunglasses
33 assorted pliers
Lens thickness gauge
Caliper tool
8 boxes of tinted lens displays
2 lens lay out blocks
1 box Holmgren Test Wools
DVORINE color charts book
2 AO patch occluders
1 rectangular scope box with partial scope device
1 smaller rectangular rounded end scope box with small instrument
1 light bulb for scope
6 manuals
Optical presentation box
1 small old phoropter with black bag (approx. 1930's ?)

BOX 2
Lens layout block
Dr. H. H. Greenberg's scope case
Copper chemical lens treatment cylinder
DVORINE color perception testing charts
PSEUDO-ISOCHROMATIC plates for testing color perception
Lens clock
Temple measure
Tangent screen wands and case
Near point rod
Baumanometer and stethoscope (broken)
3 optical pliers
2 anvils
1 box lens tints (3 lenses)
7 various hand scopes (retinoscopes, ophthalmoscopes, etc.)
1 extra handle
1 very old hand scope and old case
1 very old phoropter (1930's or older?)
1 dual lens attachment for old phoropter
651 ABANDONED 01/28/2005 Racine
MAHONEY, ROBERT G. MAHONEY, ROBERT G. Electric lighted box - Acuity Chart and Astigmatic Clock Dial test M. E. GREEN MFG. CO. / ST. LOUIS, MO / Model No. 25 - early 1900's

Seven Bausch & Lomb Optical Company framed pictures - early 1900's (six large and one small)

Bausch & Lomb Acuity projector / Type 71-34-40 - early 1900's

American Optical trial lens set with carrying case and two trial frames and various charts - early 1900's

Older trial lens set (smaller trial lenses) - Manufacturer unknown - around 1900?

Various Blue Books of Optometrists and Optometric books and educational pamphlets and manuals (38 items)
653 ABANDONED 07/16/2007 Racine
MAHONEY, ROBERT G. MAHONEY, ROBERT G. 5 pairs - rimless glasses
1 - antique magnifying lens
1 - B & L projector slide
2 - cross cylinder lenses
1- Pocket Dictionary (1946)
3 - PD rulers
1 - Stereo Reindeer Test
2 - Amblyopia test cards
14 - Phoropter test cards
16-Reading cards
8 - Assorted pamphlets
2 - Patient bifocal pamphlets (baby on cover)
654 ABANDONED 10/08/2007 Racine
MAHONEY, ROBERT G. MAHONEY, ROBERT G. Pamphlets published by the American Optometric Association
"Do you know these facts about vision?" c1954

"Do you know these facts about vision and highway safety?" c1953

"Do you know these facts about vision and your job?" c1954

"Has your child's vision really been examined?" (by Dr. Marguerite Eberl) 1949

"How well does your child see?" c1947

"7 rules for viewing television" (revised) 1953

"What is an optometrist?"

1 nearpoint acuity test card, 4 1/4 x 6 1/2" by Soft-Lite Lens Company [for children or non-readers, shows animals and objects rather than letters]

Vision: How, Why and What We See. (Golden Library of Knowledge) by Janette Rainwater, illus. by Weimer Pursell. New York: Golden Press, 1962
655 ABANDONED 10/17/2007 Racine
MAHONEY, ROBERT G. MAHONEY, ROBERT G. Anatomical Diagrams of the Human Eye, by George Litsinger (1930)

Blue Book of Optometrists [1950, 1954, 1958, 1960, 1962, 1966] Chicago: Professional Press

Contact Lens Technique: A Concise and Comprehensive Textbook for Practitioners, 3r ed., by L. Lester Beacher / New York: Contact Lens Research Laboratories, 1944

Contact Lens Technique: A Concise and Comprehensive Textbook for Practitioners, 4th ed., by L. Lester Beacher / Newark, NJ: the author, 1946

Contact Lenses, by Theo. E. Obrig / Philadelphia: Chilton Company, 1942

Eye Hazards in Industry, by Louis Resnick / New York: Columbia University Press, 1941

Facts You Should Know About Your Eyesight I Boston Better Business Bureau, 1941

The Optical Shop and Counter, by Alf H. Johnsen, Bertram A. Weeks, Frederick H. Weller Chicago: Professional Press, 1934

Strabismus: Its Re-education: The Physiology and Pathology of Binocular Vision, by A. Cantonnet and J. Filliozat / London: M. Wiseman & Co., 1938

Technique of Fitting Contact Lenses, by Albert L. Anderson / Minneapolis, 1944

Your Eyes, by Sidney A. Fox / New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1944

The donation included several instruction books for American Optical instruments and equipment, misc. articles and brochures on contact lenses, one course manual from the Northern Illinois College of Optometry
652 ABANDONED   Racine
LAKE FAMILY VISION CENTER, INC. SCOGGIN, DIANA 24 issues of Kushner's Optometry Letter, dated 1977-1978 895 ABANDONED 11/08/1988 Camdenton
HAFNER, TERRANCE W. HAFNER, TERRANCE W. 1 phoropter
1 retinoscope
various tools and lenses
692 ABANDONED 03/01/2010 Sebring
AVERILL, RICHARD AVERILL, RICHARD 25 campaign buttons from AOA elections over the
years.
970 ABANDONED 08/02/1984  
ABRAMS, BERNARD S. ABRAMS, BERNARD S. Curriculum Vitae and also a number of new stories on our work (likely the contents of his 590 folder) 1012 ABANDONED 04/24/1980 Columbus

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
ALLISON, DON ALLISON, DON Buxton, A. St. Glair VISION AND VISION-TESTING WITH PRACTICAL
TESTS London, Pickard and Curry, 1887.

Julius King Optical Company INSTRUCTIONS IN THE USE OP KING'S
ELITE TEST CASE AND IMPROVED REPRACTOMSTER New York, J.
King Optical Co., (N.D.).
228 ABANDONED 04/19/1967 California
JOHNSON, CHESTER H. JOHNSON, CHESTER H. 1. ALBRECHT, J F trans, by Haussmann, Otto G PRIMER OF EYE DISEASES AND THEIR TREATMENT PHILADELPHIA, WARE BROS,, CO,, 1909, See also No. 4.

2. ATKINSON, THOMAS G TECHNIC OF REFRACTION CHICAGO, PROFESSIONAL PRESS, 1922,/

3. GIFFORD, SANFORD R A HAND-BOOK OF OCULAR THERAPEUTICS PHILADELPHIA, LEA & FEBIGER, 1932,

4. Haussman, Otto G. TRANS, Writ, by Albrecht, J F PRIMER OF EYE DISEASES AND THEIR TREATMENT PHILADELPHIA, WARE BROS, CO., 1909, See also No. 1,

5. PARKER, GEORGE W ELEMENTS OF OPTICS NEW YORK, LONGMANS, GREEN, & CO., 1915.

6. THORINGTON, JAMES REFRACTION AND HOW TO REFRACT PHILADELPHIA, P, BLAKISTON'S SON & CO., 1903.

7. TODD, WILLIAM S REPORT OF FIRST CONFERENCE TO ESTABLISH OPTOMETR1C STANDARDS (At St. Louis, Missouri; January 13-11-}, 1922) HARTFORD (CONN.), AOA ^DEPT. OF EDUC., 1922.

8. WOLL. FREDERIC A HYGIENE THE OPTOMETRIST OUGHT TO KNOW NEW YORK, FREDERIC A. WOLL, 1921.

9. WORTH, CLAUD SQUINT -- ITS CAUSES, PATHOLOGY, AND TREATMENT PHILADELPHIA, P. BLAKISTON'S SON & CO., 1921.

1. PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EDUCATION, EXAMINATION, AND
LICENSURE OPTOMETRY LAWS, RULES AND INFORMATION N. P, (PENN.), PENN. BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EDUCATION, EXAMINATION, AND LICENSURE, 1917.

2. PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS RULES AND BY-LAWS
N. P. (PENN.), PENN. BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS, 1930.

3. PENNSYLVANIA STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS REGISTERED
OPTOMETRISTS IN PENNSYLVANIA HARRISBURG (PENN�), PENN. STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS, 1935.

4. PENNSYLVANIA STATS BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS RULES AND
INFORMATION N, P. (PENN.), PENN. STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS, 1931.

5. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE BOARDS OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY ANNUAL REPORTS , I.A.B.E., 1925, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, AND 1933.

1. PHOTO ALBUM PRESENTED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE YORK ROTARY CLUB BY JOHN F RUDIS1LL. PRESIDENT, JUNE 1916 TO JUNE 1919 �

2. PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF OPTOMETRICAL EXAMINERS, 1931.

3. ANNUAL CONVENTION, I.A.B., WASHINGTON, D.C., 1927.

4. PHOTO OF DR. CHESTER H. JOHNSON, AT RETIREMENT AFTER 57 YEARS OF PRACTICE, AGE 79.

1. GOLDEN YEAR AWARD PLAQUE --"PHILADELPHIA COUNTY OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY, 1912 - 1962, 50TH ANNIVERSARY, GOLDEN YEAR AWARD, PRESENTED TO CHARTER MEMBER CHESTER H. JOHNSON SR. O.D., F-A'A'O FOR 50 YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TO OPTOMETRY AND THE SOCIETY, MAY 5, 1962,
ROBERT RUSSAKOFF, O.D., PRESIDENT,"

2, GAVEL, ENGRAVED --"CHESTER H. JOHNSON, PRESIDENT I'B'B, 1930, PRESENTED BY L. P. FOLSOM."
802 ABANDONED 01/23/1967 Upper Darby
JOHNSON, CHESTER H. JOHNSON, CHESTER H. Color photographs of Chester Johnson and his wife
Original manuscripts written by Chester Johnson:
1. "This I Remember" autobiography and history of optometry.
2. "History of the IBB" (International Board of Examiners in Optometry and the International Association of Boards of Examiners in Optometry and ARBO)
1052 ABANDONED 03/24/1967 Upper Darby
BLONDE, ART N. BONDE, ART N. Why Kids with "Good Eyes" get Bad Grades, and Kids with "Bad Eyes" get Good Grades,
by A. N. Bonde. Victoria, BC, Canada: Trafford Publishing, 2006 ISBN 1-4120-7718-4 (Autographed inscription on title page: "Donated to the A.O.A. for the support provided during my years of practice. A.N. Bonde, Boise, Idaho")
311 ABANDONED 08/23/2006 Boise
WIEJACZKA, MICHAEL R. WIEJACZKA, MICHAEL R. B O O K S :
A Behavioral Vision Approach for Persons with Physical Disabilities. William V. Padula. Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1988. (197p., hardcover)

Computer Desktop Publishing. Monty B. Gosnell. Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1989. (54p., paper)

The Etiology of Vision Disorders :-A Neuroscience Model. Joseph N.Trachtman.Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1990. (138p., paper)

Tests And Measurements For Behavioral Optometrists. Harold A. Solan, Irwin B. Suchoff. Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1991. (70p., paper)

Visual Imagery : An Optometric Approach. Elliott B. Forrest. Duncan, Ok: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1981. (259p.,. paper)
220 ABANDONED 03/04/96 St Louis
WIEJACZKA, MICHAEL R. WIEJACZKA, MICHAEL R. B O O K S :
CLINICAL MANUAL .OF OCULAR MICROBIOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY by Susan P. Haesaert. Mosby-Year Book, 1993

OPTOMETRY CLINICS, ed. by John G. Classe. Appleton & Lange
Vol. 3 #1 Sports Vision (1993)
Vol. 5 #2 Pediatric Optometry (1996)
210 ABANDONED 07/14/1997 St Louis
GLAZIER, ALAN GLAZIER, ALAN Late father was an OD in Maryland (Dr. Harold Glazier)-sending historical records, framed diplomas, etc. for archives. (2 small boxes). 1035 ABANDONED 03/18/2009  
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION BAILEY, J. HAROLD. 1 Columbia University study program in rapid reading with improved retention (complete) 166 ABANDONED 10/15/1968 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION BAILEY, J. HAROLD. Columbia University. Columbia University study program in rapid
reading with improved retention. Portfolios numbered
1 through 13. New York, Book-of-the-Month Club, c!961.
((Each of the portfolios contains several reading
booklets.))

one reading-timer and one reading-pacer, to be used with above.
250 ABANDONED 10/15/1968 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION BAILEY, J. HAROLD. EQUIPTMENT:
I white Ironrite mangle, bearing the number C8844, and matching
white chair.

PICTURES:
6 3/4" x 36" black and white photograph taken of the optometrists
and their families who attended the 27th annual congress
of the AOA, June, 1924.

9 7/8" x 37" black and white photograph taken of some of the optometrists
who attended the 34th annual congress of the AOA, June 1931.

II 3/8" x 59" black and white photograph taken of the optometrists
and their families who attended the 21st annual congress
of the AOA, July 1919.

16" x 19 7/8" black and white picture of an optical illusion.

248 ABANDONED 03/1970 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION BAILEY, J. HAROLD. 1 Ironrite mangle, 4 pictures 192 ABANDONED 06/1970 St Louis
AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION BAILEY, J. HAROLD. Roll of film negatives--contact lens photos, Hollywood actors. 249 ABANDONED 02/12/1991 St Louis
BAILEY, J. HAROLD BAILEY, J. HAROLD 2 pair of eyeglasses made to wear in a gas mask 971 ABANDONED 05/1985 Webster Groves
ABBOTT, CARL ABBOTT, CARL Device/equipment of unknown origin and use (see attached) including various metal plates with pinholes,
occluders, a lightbox, and mounting pieces. Presumably used for vision testing or training. [The device came
from the office of Dr. Caleb Abbott (donor's father) who practiced in Marion, KS from 1969-2008. It may have
originated with him or with his father; a 4-generation optometric family.]


**Attachments to file also include photographs (pg. 69-70)
202 ABANDONED 02/10/2009 Thompson
ABBOTT, CARL ABBOTT, CARL Books:
The Contact Lens Manual: a Practical Fitting Guide. Andrew Gasson and Judith Morris. Butterworth-
Heinemann, c!992, 1995 reprint, (paperback, 321p.)
Factors Affecting the Cornea! Response to Contact Lenses. [Current Perspectives in Vision Care; 1]. Brien
A. Holden. CIBA Vision, 1992 (paperback, 44p.)
A Guide to Clinical Contact Lens Management: Signs, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Management. Noel A.
Brennan and Adrian S. Bruce. CIBA Vision, 1993 (paperback, 80p.)
Ocular Differential Diagnosis. 6th edition. Frederick Hampton Roy. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1997
(paperback, 753p.)
Ophthalmometry, by E. LeRoy Ryer. New York: The Optical Publishing Co., c!925 (220p., slight water
damage)
Primary Care of the Anterior Segment, by Louis J. Catania. Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange, 1988 (393p.)

199 ABANDONED 04/28/2009 Thompson
NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY 2 copies Proceedings of the 1985 Northeastern State University Symposium of Theoretical and Clinical Optometry. Northeastern State University Printing Office, 1985. 189 pages. 1003 ABANDONED 01/24/1986 Tahlequah
MILLER, E. JOAN MILLER, E. JOAN 1 pair of antique spectacles 898 ABANDONED 07/16/1980 Normal
HUMPHREYS, BECKY HUMPHREYS, BECKY MUSEUM ITEMS:
Three framed art prints (20x25) distributed by American Optical Company, ca 1942:
"Eyes Examined"
"The Spectacle Peddler"
"Watch Repairs and Spectacles"
761 ABANDONED 07/21/2003 Sparks
LITSINGER, GEORGE LITSINGER, GEORGE A combined ophthalmoscope/retinoscope 871 ABANDONED  
ROSENBAUM, SOL ROSENBAUM, SOL "The records of Dr. Charles A. Longstreth, first Treasurer of the AOA, 1898-1903, and Treasurer of the Philadelphia Optical Society. -- We are writing Dr. Sol Rosenbaum today, acknowledging receipt of this material. We are amazed at the extent of priceless materials you have secrued for this library. Dr. Longstreth's papers are the first materials we received pertaining to the founders of AOA." 1018 ABANDONED 03/24/1967 Philadelphia
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. B O O K S (all in very good condition)
Clarke, D., and J,F. Grainger. Polarized Light and Optical Measurement. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1971. (187p.)

Cogan, David G. Neurology of the Visual System. Springfield IL: Charles C Thomas, 1966. (413p.)

Ellis, Philip P. Ocular Therapeutics and Pharmacology. 5th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1977. (283p.)

Erickson, Charles E. Slit Lamp Procedures in FittingjContact Lenses. Published by the author. Bothell, "WAT "Olympic Litho.,c1964.(65p., spiral-bound)

Goldberg, Morton F., and Stuart L. Fine, editors. Symposium on the Treatrnent of Diabetic Retinopathy. Warrenton, VA, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1968.U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969. (913p.)

Leydhecker, W. Glaucoma in OphthalmicPractice. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1966. (98P.)

Martin-Doyle, J.L.C.. A Synopsis of Ophthalmology. 4th ed. Bristol: John Wright & Sons, 1971. (280p.)

New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology. Transactions. Symposium oni Contact Lenses. Edited by Chester J. Black, et al. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1973.(796p)

Pearlman, Maurice D. A Catalogue ofEyeSigns in Systemic Disorders. Springfield IL: Charles C Thomas, 19657(195p.)

Potts, Albert M., ed. The Assessment of Visual Function. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1972. (226p.)

Revell, M.J, Strabismus, A History of Orthoptic Techniques^ London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1971. (278p.)

Spector, Martin, ed. Dizziness and Vertigo; Diagnosis and Treatment. New York Grune & Stratton, 1967.(299p.)

Whitcomb, Milton A. and William Benson. Symposium on the tfeasurernent of Visual Function. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences 1968. (260p. paper)

Wybar, Kenneth. Ophthalmology. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1966. (340p.)
512 ABANDONED 11/22/1989 Chicago
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. Clarke, D., and J,F. Grainger. Polarized Light and Optical Measurement. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1971. (187p.)

Cogan, David G. Neurology of the Visual System. Springfield IL: Charles C Thomas, 1966. (413p.)

Ellis, Philip P. Ocular Therapeutics and Pharmacology. 5th ed. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1977. (283p.)

Erickson, Charles E. Slit Lamp Procedures in FittingjContact Lenses. Published by the author. Bothell, "WA: "Olympic Litho.,c1964.(65p., spiral-bound)

Goldberg, Morton F., and Stuart L. Fine, editors. Symposium on the Treatrnent of Diabetic Retinopathy. Warrenton, VA, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1968.U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1969. (913p.)

Leydhecker, W. Glaucoma in OphthalmicPractice. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1966. (98P.)

Martin-Doyle, J.L.C.. A Synopsis of Ophthalmology. 4th ed. Bristol: John Wright & Sons, 1971. (280p.)

New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology. Transactions. Symposium oni Contact Lenses. Edited by Chester J. Black, et al. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1973.(796p)

Pearlman, Maurice D. A Catalogue ofEyeSigns in Systemic Disorders. Springfield IL: Charles C Thomas, 19657(195p.)

Potts, Albert M., ed. The Assessment of Visual Function. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1972. (226p.)

Revell, M.J, Strabismus, A History of Orthoptic Techniques^ London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1971. (278p.)

Spector, Martin, ed. Dizziness and Vertigo; Diagnosis and Treatment. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1967.(299p.)

Whitcomb, Milton A. and William Benson. Symposium on the tfeasurernent of Visual Function. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 1968.(260p., paper)

Wybar, Kenneth. Ophthalmology. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1966. (340p.)
530 ABANDONED 11/22/1989 Chicago
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. Mustard Stebbins, E. L. An Introduction to Public Health, 4th Edition Macmillan Co NY 1959

Hollinshead, B. S. Survey of Dentistry/ Final Report American Council on Education Washington, DC

Stimson, R. L. Ophthalmic Dispensing American Board of Opticianry Rochester, MN 1951

Hartstein, J. Contact Lens Practice C. V. Mosby St Louis 1968

Hartstein, J. Contact Lens Practice, 2nd Edition C.V. Mosby St Louis 1973

Kirk, S. A. Educating Exceptional Children Houghton Mifflin Boston '1962
516 ABANDONED 08/20/1991 Chicago
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. Mustard Stebbins, E. L. An Introduction to Public Health,
4th Edition Macmillan Co NY 1959
Hollinshead, B. S. Survey of Dentistry/ Final Report American Council on Education Washington, DC

Stimson, R. L. Ophthalmic Dispensing American Board of Opticianry Rochester, MN 1951

Hartstein, J. Contact Lens Practice C. V. Mosby St Louis 1968

Hartstein, J. Contact Lens Practice, 2nd Edition C.V. Mosby St Louis 1973

Kirk, S. A. Educating Exceptional Children Houghton Mifflin Boston 1962
532 ABANDONED 08/20/1991 Chicago
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. Scott, R.J.E. Ed. Gould's Medical Dictionary Blakiston's Son Philadelphia 1931

Glaser, J.S. J. Lawton Smith Neuro-Ophthalmology Vol VIII C. V. Mosby St. Louis 1975

Seitz, R. The Retinal Vessels C. V. Mosby St Louis 1964

Hurtt, J. A. Rasicovici & C. E. Windsor Comprehensive Review of Orthoptics and Ocular Motility C. V. Mosby 1972

The Ophthalmology Staff of the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto The Eye in Childhood Year Book Publishers 1967

Keeney, A. H. et al Industrial and Traumatic Ophthalmology C. V. Mosby St Louis 1964 "

Stein, H. A. and B. J. Slatt The Ophthalmic Assistant C. V. Mosby St Louis 1968

Emery, J. S. and D. Paton Current Concepts in Cataract Surgery C. V. Mosby St Louis 1976

Ronchi, V. The Nature of Light Harvard University Press, Cambridge 1970

Lindbergh, D. C. John Pecham and the Science of Optics Univ of Wisconsin Press 1970

Rosenthal, J. and L. Werner Tonometry and Glaucoma Detection The Professional Press Chicago 1969

Havighurst, R. J. Study Director Optometry; Education for the Profession National Commission on Accrediting 1973

Gregg, J. R. Experiments in Visual Science The Ronald Press New York 1966

Schapero, M. David Cline and H. W. Hofstetter Dictionary of Visual ScienceChilton Co Philadelphia 1st Ed. 1960

Schepens, C. L. and C.D.J. Regan Controversial Aspects of the Management of Retinal Detachment Little Brown 1965

Goldberg, J. D. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice Professional Press Chicago 1970

Mahlman, H. E. Handbook of Federal Vision Requirements and Information The Professional Press 1962

Grayson, M. and R. H. Keates Manual of Diseases of the Cornea Little Brown Boston 1962

Zinn, K. M. The Pupil Charles C. Thomas Springfield 1972 Lebensohn, J. E. An Anthology of Ophthalmic Classics Williams and Wilkins Baltimore 1969

MacAdam, D. L. Sources of Color Science The MIT Press Camb ridge 1970

Kestenbaum, A. Applied Anatomy of the Eye Grune & Stratton New York 1963

Renier, G. L. Clinical Aphakia and its Spectacle Management The Professional Press Chicago 1977

Elmstrom, G. P. Optometric Practice Management Chilton Books Philadelphia 1963

Hartley, S.H. The Human Organism as a Person Chilton Books Philadelphia 1967

Allen, M. J. Vision and Highway Safety Chilton Books Philadelphia 1970

Illingworth, R. S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child Williams & Wilkins Baltimore 1966

Larsen, H. W. Atlas of the Fundus of the Eye W. B. Saunders Philadelphia 1965

Goldberg, J. B. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice The Professional Press Chicago 1984

Elmstron, G. P. Advanced Management Strategies for Optometrists The Professional Press Chicago 1982
517 ABANDONED 08/17/1992 Chicago
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED A. Scott, R.J.E. Ed. Gould's Medical Dictionary Blakiston's Son Philadelphia 1931

Glaser, J.S. J. Lawton Smith Neuro-Ophthalmology Vol VIII C. V. Mosby St. Louis 1975

Seitz, R. The Retinal Vessels C. V. Mosby St Louis 1964

Hurtt, J. A. Rasicovici & C. E. Windsor Comprehensive Review of Orthoptics and Ocular Motility C. V. Mosby 1972

The Ophthalmology Staff of the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto The Eye in Childhood Year Book Publishers 1967

Keeney, A. H. et al Industrial and Traumatic Ophthalmology C. V. Mosby St Louis 1964

Stein, H. A. and B. J. Slatt The Ophthalmic Assistant C. V. Mosby St Louis 1968

Emery, J. S. and D. Paton Current Concepts in Cataract Surgery C. V. Mosby St Louis 1976

Ronchi, V. The Nature of Light Harvard University Press, Cambridge 1970

Lindbergh, D. C. John Pecham and the Science of Optics Univ of Wisconsin Press 1970

Rosenthal, J. and L. Werner Tonometry and Glaucoma Detection The Professional Press Chicago 1969

Havighurst, R. J. Study Director Optometry; Education for the Profession National Commission on Accrediting 1973

Gregg, J. R. Experiments in Visual Science The Ronald Press

Schapero, M. David Cline and H. W. Hofstetter Dictionary of Visual ScienceChilton Co Philadelphia 1st Ed. 1960

Schepens, C. L. and C.D.J. Regan Controversial Aspects of the Management of Retinal Detachment Little Brown 1969

Goldberg, J. D. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice Professional Press Chicago 1970

Mahlman, H. E. Handbook of Federal Vision Requirements and Information The Professional Press 1962

Grayson, M. and R. H. Keates Manual of Diseases of the Cornea Little Brown Boston 1962

Zinn, K. M. The Pupil Charles C. Thomas Springfield 1972

Lebensohn, J. E. An Anthology of Ophthalmic Classics Williams and Wilkins Baltimore 1969

MacAdam, D. L. Sources of Color Science The MIT Press Camb ridge 1970

Kestenbaum, A. Applied Anatomy of the Eye Grune & Stratton New York 1963

Renier, G. L. Clinical Aphakia and its Spectacle Management The Professional Press Chicago 1977

Elmstrom, G. P. Optometric Practice Management Chilton Books Philadelphia 1963

Hartley, S.H. The Human Organism as a Person Chilton Books Philadelphia 1967

Allen, M. J. Vision and Highway Safety Chilton Books Philadelphia 1970

Illingworth, R. S. The Development of the Infant and Young Child Williams & Wilkins Baltimore 1966

Larsen, H. W. Atlas of the Fundus of the Eye W. B. Saunders Philadelphia 1965

Goldberg, J. B. Biomicroscopy for Contact Lens Practice The Professional Press Chicago 1984

Elmstron, G. P. Advanced Management Strategies for Optometrists The Professional Press Chicago 1982
533 ABANDONED 08/17/1992 Chicago
KUNY, DARLENE KUNY, DARLENE Letters of correspondence, AAO-NHI Testimony, and Jaeckle's report before Committee on Ways and Means. 1049 ABANDONED 02/08/1972  
PONSETI, KIRK PONSETI, KIRK 2 electrical cleaning units for contact lenses:
Bausch & Lomb Disinfecting Unit, U.S. Patent 4.379.965 D 269.999 #124001

Hydrocurve Patient Disinfecting Unit, Soft Lenses, Inc., San Diego CA Model 8010-A
566 ABANDONED 06/21/2001 St Louis
HERNADEZ, CINDI HERNANDEZ, CINDI A book of optical comics. 721 ABANDONED 11/15/2010 Pheonix
MARCHON EYEWEAR, INC. MARCHON EYEWEAR, INC. Shuron Pupillometer, ca 1932 888 ABANDONED 02/1989 Melville
AUXILARY TO THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION NORDIN, GLORIA Age Related Vision and Hearing changes, slide series

Slides for Age Related Vision and Easier Living
836 ABANDONED 12/1978  
AUXILARY TO THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION NORDIN, GLORIA 4 copies of the videocassette
VIDEOTAPE TECHNIQUE FOR SPECIAL TESTING OF EYE MOVEMENTS, by John R. Griffin.
Funded by a research grant from the Auxiliary to the American Optometric
Association, 1978-1979. Includes a booklet to accompany each tape
describing the technique and reporting the results of data collection.

Ph.D. Thesis, A.P. Cullen
243 ABANDONED 03/24/1980  
AUXILARY TO THE AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION NORDIN, GLORIA 2 copies of As Vision Changes Slide Series 885 ABANDONED 1980-1981  
AUXILIARY TO THE MINNESOTA OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION NORDIN, RICHARD, MRS. Portrait of Kiekenapp
Landscape painting by Mrs. Kiekenapp
1084 ABANDONED 05/28/1974 Austin
OPTICAL LABORATORIES ASS'N PUBLISHING DEVISION BRUNENI, JOSEPH L. 1 book - Looking Back; An Illustrated History of the American Ophthalmic Industry. 1994. Inscribed to Dr. DeCook. 592 ABANDONED 12/13/1994 Torrance
WEBER, JACK M. WEBER, JACK M. One 8 x 10 glossy photograph of a partial page from the Daily State Gazette, Trenton, New Jersey, dated July 2, 1914, which contains a newspaper story and photograph of the first State Board of Optometry in New Jersey. 253 ABANDONED 06/1973 Trenton
WEBER, JACK M. WEBER, JACK M. American Optical Company The Conservation of Vision and Modern Optometry. [Southbridge], American Optical Company, 1912. 15 pages. 254 ABANDONED 10/30/1975 Trenton
WEBER, JACK M. WEBER, JACK M. 1 book: Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary, Including Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition of the Words Used in Optometry and Ophthalmology. 7th ed., revised and enlarged. Chicago, 1916. (286p., very worn, some red ink marks). 255 ABANDONED 01/19/1984 Trenton
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY) STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY JOHNSTON, EDWARD R. ACCRUAL

1985 ASCO School Report
1166 ABANDONED 1985 New York
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY) STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY JOHNSTON, EDWARD R. ACCRUAL

1986 ASCO School Report
1184 ABANDONED 1986 New York
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY) STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY JOHNSTON, EDWARD R. ACCRUAL

1981 ASCO School Report
1110 ABANDONED 09/23/1981 New York
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY) STATE COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY JOHNSTON, EDWARD R. ACCRUAL

1982 ASCO School Report
1140 ABANDONED 08/05/1982 New York
UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEATH SERVICES, OPTOMETRY CLINIC MURRAY, WILLIAM "20+ boxes of journals from the U.S. Public Service Library in San Francisco that was closed. We paid the shipping cost, & Dr. Murray was the one who arranged to ship the material to us." 946 ABANDONED 12/1983 Alburquerque
CARLE CLINIC ASSOCIATION BRADLEY, MARYLYN Selected Papers of the Carle Hospital Clinic and Carle Foundation:
Vol. 2, #1, 1949
Vol. 3, #1, 1950
Vol. 4, #1-2, 1951
Vol. 6, #1, 1953
Vol. 7, #1-2, 1954
Vol. 8, #1-2, 1955
Vol. 9, #1-2, 1956
Vol. 10, #1, 1957
Vol. 11, #1, 1958
Vol. 12, #1-2, 1959
Vol. 13, #1-2, 1960
Vol. 14, #1-2, 1961
Vol. 15, #1-2, 1962
Vol. 16, #1-2, 1963
Vol. 17, #1-2, 1964
Vol. 18, #1-2, 1965
Vol. 19, #1-2, 1966
Vol. 20, #1-2, 1967
Vol. 21, #1-2, 1968
Vol. 22, #1-2, 1969
Vol. 23, #1-2, 1970
Vol. 24, #1-2, 1971
Vol. 25, #1-2, 1972


330 ABANDONED 05/03/1973 Urbana
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI- ST LO CHRISTENSEN, JERRY L. Four copies of the cassette tape program "Commercialization of Contact Lenses: Patient Opportunity or Crisis?"

Negatives of photos to be used in his soon to be published article on the history of the JAOA

1 cassette tape Commercialization of Contact Lenses: Patient Opportunity or Crisis?.
Program sponsored by St. Louis Optometric Society & U. of MO, School of Optometry.
273 ABANDONED 1986 St Louis
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS 1987 yearbook 930 ABANDONED 11/05/1987  
JOE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF OPTOMETRY O'ROURKE, PATRICIA C. Optometric Pharmacology (review copy of book) 969 ABANDONED 04/29/1985 Washington D.C.
TOOMPAS, STANLEY E. TOOMPAS, STANLEY E. Items for the Archives, from the collection of Dr. Edwin S. Wilson (PCO class of 1950) Letters and other documents related to the legislative effort and subsequent passing of the West Virginia Optometric therapeutic drug law:

"Optometry 1976" position booklet developed and presented by the West Virginia Optometric Association [background information to help in conversing with legislators related to H.B. 1005]

Letter dated January 2, 1976, from John D. Janney, O.D., President WVOA, concerning the above.

Copy of 2-page letter from John E. Casto, O.D. to members of WVOA concerning 116 hr. courses in general and ocular pharmacology and ocular therapeutics to be offered

Copy of civil complaint brought by West Virginia State Medical Association, A. Esposito and others against members of the West Virginia Board of Optometry and individual optometrists practicing in VW, H.S. Shapero and others (to determine validity and constitutionality of H.B. 1005).

"Enrolled Committee Substitute for H.B. 1005" (by Mr. Sommerville) originating in the House Committee on the Judiciary; passed February 20, 1976

"Optometry's Position Clarified" letter to the Charleston Daily Mail newspaper, March 17, 1976, from the Kanawha Valley Optometric Society

WVOA letters to members, dated Feb. 16, Feb. 23, and March 4, 1976, related to the optometry bill

Copy of general letter to members of Lions Clubs, January 28, 1976, from Ralph W. Ryan, M.D., in opposition to optometrists and West Virginia House Bill 1005 and Senate Bill 147 which permit O.D.s to use drugs

Copy of rebuttal letter to members of Lions Clubs, Feb. 23, 1976, from Harry M. Murray, O.D.

Copy of letter from Governor Arch A. Moore stating his objections and disapproval of House Bill 1005, February 23, 1976
297 ABANDONED 05/29/2007 Philippi
SECO INTERNATIONAL LLC SECO INTERNATIONAL LLC 6 copies: A History of SECO International, LLC and the Southern Council of Optometrists, Inc.: The First 80 Years, [1923-2003] edited by Jack Runninger, O.D. 466 ABANDONED 03/09/2004 Atlanta
SOUTHERN COUNCIL OF OPTOMETRISTS GORDON, FELTON H. Synverktyg fran aldre tider. [A catalogue from the museum of optometry, Stockholm, Sweden.] 662 ABANDONED 05/28/1975 Atlanta
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY W. K. KELLOGG EYE CENTER Henderson, John W, The University of Michigan Department of Ophthalmology, a Proud Heritage. C 1986, 929 ABANDONED 03/04/1988  

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM FOUNDATION OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM FOUNDATION Rowley, Etta V Enhance Your Infant's Development. Kirkland (WA), Etta V. Rowley, 1981. 591 ABANDONED 12/28/1981 Temple City
OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM FOUNDATION OPTOMETRIC EXTENSION PROGRAM FOUNDATION Folder containing OEP response to Amer. Academy of
Ophthalmology statement on vision training. (letter
& exhibits.)
986 ABANDONED 11/1984 Temple City
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY 2 boxes of old "Academy" journals 932 ABANDONED 06/21/1984 Washington D.C.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY 23 issues of the American Journal of Optometry dated from Vol. 2, #8, August 1925 - Vol. 4, #12, December 1927. 874 ABANDONED 06/26/1989  
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION B O O K S :
Boeder, Paul An introduction to the mathematics of ophthalmic
optics. Fall River (Mass.), Distinguished Service
Foundation of Optometry, (c1937). 244p.

B O O K L E T S :
American Optical Company American Optical ophthalmic lenses;
featuring Tillyer masterpiece lenses. Southbridge
(Mass.), American Optical Co., (c1967). 68p.

American Optical Company Elements in optics. Buffalo (N.Y0),
American Optical Co., Instrument Division, c1964. 45p.
12 COPIES (out-of-print)

American Optical Company Publications of the Bureau of Visual
Science. (n.p.), American Optical Co., (c1940).

P H O T O G R A P H S :
one glossy 8" x 10" photograph of Dr. E. D. Tillyer (included
are a bibliography of his works and a list of his
inventions)

O T H E R :
an assortment of literature

236 ABANDONED 09/1968 Southbridge
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION ALBRECHT VON GRAEFE'S ARCHIV FUR OPHTHALMOLOGIE
v.linc., 2-48, 49-51inc., 52-101 (1855-1920)

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLARYNGOLOGY. BULLETIN.
v.7inc., 8, 9inc. (1938-1940)

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. SECTION ON OPHTHALMOLOGY. TRANSACTIONS.
1919-1941, 1944, 1946, 1947

ANNALES D'OCULISTIQUE
v.192-200, 201inc. (1959-1968)

ANNALS OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
v.1-26 (1892-1917)

ATTI DELLA FONDAZIONE GIORGIO RONCHI E CONTRIBUTI DELL1 ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI OTTICA
v.1-22, 23inc., 24, 25inc. (1946-1970)

BAUSCH & LOME MAGAZINE
v.3, 4, 6 (1925-1929)

BERICHT UBER DIE DREUNDDRESSIGSTE VERSAMMLUNG DER OPHTHALMOLOGISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT
v.26-27, 29-41 (1897-1918)

BRITISH JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
v.1-12, 20-33 (1917-1928, 1936-1949)

BRITISH OPTICAL JOURNAL
v.4 (1904-1905)

EDUCATIONAL FOCUS
v.lSinc., 16-17, 19-22, 23inc., 24-28, 29inc. (1944-1958)

ENCYCLOPEDIE FRANCAISE D"OPHTHALMOLOGIE
v.1-9 (1903-1910)

EYE, EAR, NOSE, & THROAT MONTHLY
v.13-41, 42-53inc. (1934-1974)

FORSCHUNGEN ZUR GESCHICHTE DER OPTIK
v.2-3inc. (1938-1943)

JAHRESBERICHT UBER DIE LEISTUNGEN UNO FORTSCHRITTE IM GEBIETE DER OPHTHALMOLOGIE
v.2-24 (1871-1893)

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY
v.1-81 (1878-1962)inc.

MONTHLY MICROSCOPICAL JOURNAL
v.1-3, 5-14, 17-18 (1869-1877)

OPHTHALMIC RECORD
v.1-26 (1891-1917)

OPHTHALMIC YEARBOOK
v.19-23 (1922-1926)

OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. TRANSACTIONS.
v.55 (1935)

OPTICAL JOURNAL
v.1-25 (1895-1910)

OPTICAL JOURNAL & REVIEW OF OPTOMETRY
v.26-27, 29-41, 43-53, 55-68, 74-76 (1910-1939)

OPTICAL REVIEW
v.1-3 (1907-1910)

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLARYNGOLOGY
v.22-26, 28-30, 33-35, 37-64 (1917-1960)

ZEITSCHRIFT FUR AUGENHEILKUNDE
v.2-43 (1899-1920)

235 ABANDONED 02/21/1978 Southbridge
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION 2 technical reports:
Priniciples & Concepts of Single Vision Ophthalmic Lens Design, n.d.
Geometric Optics in Ophthalmic Lens Design. (1973)
904 ABANDONED 08/11/1981 Southbridge
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION ARCHIVAL MATERIAL:
39 manuscripts. Records of clinicians of the Aniseikonia investigation
carried out at the Dartmouth Eye Institute, Department of Research in
Physiological Optics, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire.
230 ABANDONED 10/09/1981 Southbridge
AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORATION THE OPTICIAN & PHOTOGRAPHIC TRADES REVIEW
v.1-14 (1891-1897) 7 bound volumes

THE OPTICIAN & PHOTOGRAPHIC TRADE JOURNAL
v.44-51 (1912-1916) 8 bound volumes

THE OPTICIAN & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT MAKER
v.51 #1319-1326 (1916)

THE OPTICIAN v.87-126 (1934-1954) 41 bound volumes, and unbound issues;
v.127 (1954)
v.130 (1955-56) Clacking #33713
v.131 (1956)
v.132 (1956-57)
v.133 (1957)
v.1-34 (1957-58)
v.136 (1958-59) Clacking #3519:

THE OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
v.5-6 (1914-1915) 2 bound volumes
234 ABANDONED 02/29/1979 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN 164 journal issues (loose) 158 ABANDONED 04/07/1969 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN J O U R N A L S :
Amer. Journ. Optom. & Arch.
A.A.O. 1966 21 issues;1965 10 issues

Optical Journ. & Review of
Optom. 1967, 1 issue;1965, 25 issues

Optometric Weekly. 1967, 106 issues

Atti della Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi e Contributi dell1 Istituto
Nazionale di Ottica, Anno XX, N. 1, Gennaio-Febbraio 1965,1 issue
350 ABANDONED 04/07/1969 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN 20 bound volumes of Journal of American Medical Association 165 ABANDONED 04/29/1969 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN J O U R N A L S :
Twenty bound volumes of the Journal of the American Medical Ass'n.,
as such:
Vol. 130, Jan. 1946 - Apr. 1946.
Vol. 131, May 1946 - Aug. 1946.
Vol. 132, Sept. 1946 - Dec. 1946.
Vol. 133, Jan. 1947 - Apr. 1947.
Vol. 134, May 1947 - Aug. 1947.
Vol. 135, Sept. 1947 - Dec. 1947.
Vol. 136, Jan. 1948 - Apr. 1948.
Vol. 137, May 1948 - Aug. 1948.
Vol. 138, Sept. 1948 - Dec. 1948.
Vol. 139, Jan. 1949 - Apr. 1949.
Vol. 140, May 1949 - Aug. 1949.
Vol. 141, Sept. 1949 - Dec. 1949.
Vol. 142, Jan. 1950 - Apr. 1950.
Vol. 143, May 1950 - Aug. 1950.
Vol. 144, Sept. 1950 - Dec. 1950�
Vol. 145, Jan. 1951 - Apr. 1951.
Vol. 146, May 1951 - Aug. 1951.
Vol. 147, Sept. 1951 - Dec. 1951.
Vol. 148, Jan. 1952 - Apr. 1952.
Vol. 149, May 1952 - Aug. 1952.
349 ABANDONED 04/29/1969 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN It seems that a complete set of the Optical Journal was donated along with other materials. It seems to have been 41 boxes of materials. 1024 ABANDONED 01/24/1978 Southbridge
RESEARCH CENTER LIBRARY; AMERICAN OPTICAL CORPORAT CARLSON, AILEEN Box full of reports (Anisekonia?) 905 ABANDONED 10/09/1981 Southbridge
LOS ANGELES COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY WEINER, GRACE Received the following issues of "Eyes Right", an undergraduate publication of the Chicago College of Optometry:
Vol. 2., No. 10, Dec. 1948
Vol. 3, No. 5, July 19^9
No. 6, Aug. 17, 19^9
No. 1, Sept. 1949.
Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan. 1950
No. 2, Apr. 1950
No. 3, May 1950
No. 4, July 1950
No. 5. Aug. 1950
No. 6, Sept. 1950
No. 1, Nov. 1950
No. 8, Dec. 1950
Vol. 5, No. 1, Jan. 1951
No. 3, Apr. 1951
No. 5, June 1951
No. 6, Nov. 1951
Vol. 6, No. 1, Jan. 1952
No. 2, Feb. 1952
No. 3, Mar. 1952
No. 4, Apr. 1, 1952
No. 5, May 1952
No. 6, June 1952
Vol. 1, No. 1, Oct. 1952
No. 2, Dec. 1952
No. 3, Jan. 1953
No. 4, Mar. 1953
No. 5, May 1953
T O T A L : 27 issues.
231 ABANDONED 02/28/1968 Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY WEINER, GRACE Received the following issues of "The Bulletin � Woman's auxiliary" a publication of the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Ass'n. :
Vol. 7, No. 2, Dec.
Vol. 7, No. 3, Mar. 1944
Vol. 7, No. 4, June 1944
Vol. 7, No. 5, July 1944
Vol. 8, No. 1, Sept. 1944
Vol. 8, No. 2, Dec. 1944
Vol. 8, No. 3, Mar. 1945
Vol. 8, No. 4, June 1945
Vol. 8, No. 5, July 1945
Vol. 9, No. 1, Sept. 1945
Vol. 9, No. 2, Dec. 1945
Vol. 9, No. 4, June 1946
Vol. 10, No. 2, Dec. 1946
Vol. 10, No. 4, Sept. 1947
Vol. 10, No. 5, Dec. 1947
Vol. 11, No. 2, Dec. 1948
Vol. 11, No. 3, Mar. 1949
Vol. 11, No. 4, June 1949
Vol. 12, No. 1, Sept. 1949
Vol. 12, No. 2, Dec. 1949
Vol. 12, No. 3, Mar. 1950
Vol. 12, No. 5, Sept. 1950
Vol. 12, No. 6, Dec. 1950
Vol. 13, No. 1, Mar. 1951
Vol. 14, No. 2, June 1951
Vol. 13, No. 3, Sept. 1951
Vol. 13, No. 4, Dec. 1951
Vol. 10, No. 2, June 1953
Vol. 18, No. 3, Nov. 1964
T O T A L : 29 issues.
232 ABANDONED 08/26/1968 Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY WEINER, GRACE 269 issues of various periodicals 164 ABANDONED 05/02/1969 Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY WEINER, GRACE J O U R N A L S :
Amer. Journ. Ophthalm.,
Vol. 26, No. 1, Jan. 1943.
No. 3, Mar. 1943.
No. 7, July 1943.
No. 8, Aug. 1943.
No. 9, Sept. 1943.
Vol. 27, No. 10, Part I, Oct. 1944
Vol. 28, No. 2, Feb. 1945.
No. 4, Apr. 1945.
No. 6, June 1945.
No. 9, Sept. 1945.
No. 10, Octo 1945.
No. 12, Dec. 1945.
Vol. 29, No. 11, Nov. 1946.
No. 12, Dec. 1946.
Vol. 30, No. 2, Feb. 1947.
No. 5, May 1947.
No. 6, June 1947.
No. 9, Sept. 1947.
No. 10, Oct. 1947.
No. 11, Nov. 1947.
No. 12, Dec. 1947.
Vol. 31, No. 1, Jan. 1948.
No. 2, Feb. 1948.
No. 4, Apr. 1948.
No. 5, May 1948.
No. 6, June 1948.
No. 7, July 1948.
No. 8, Aug. 1948.
No. 10, Oct. 1948.
Vol. 34, No. 1, Jan. 1951.
No. 2, Part I, Feb. 1951.
No. 3, Mar. 1951
Vol. 32, No. 3, Mar. 1949.
No. 5, May 1949.
No. 6, Part I, June 1949.
Part II� June 1949.
No. 7, July 1949.
No. 8, Aug. 1949.
No. 9, Sept. 1949.
No. 10, Oct. 1949.
No. 11, Nov. 1949.
No. 12, Dec. 1949.

American Journ. Optometry, Vol. 9, No. 6, June 1932
No. 9, Sept. 1932
No. 10, Oct. 1932
No. 12, Dec. 1932
Vol. 10, No. 2, Feb. 1933
Vol. 12, No. 4, Apr. 1935
No. 6, June 1935
Vol. 13, No. 1, Jan. 1936
No. 4, Apr. 1936
No. 5, May 1936
No. 7, July 1936
No. 8, Aug. 1936
No. 9, Sept. 1936
No. 10, Oct. 1936
No. 11, Nov. 1936
No. 12, Dec. 1936
Vol. 14, No. 1, Jan. 1937
No. 3, Mar. 1937
No. 8, Aug. 1937
No. 10, Oct. 1937
No. 11, Nov. 1937
Vol. 15, No. 1, Jan. 1938

American Journ. Optom. & Arch. A.A.O. Vol. 20, No. 11, Nov. 1943
Vol. 21, No. 9, Sept. 1944
No. 11, Nov. 1944
Vol. 22, No. 5, May 1945
No. 6, June 1945
No. 7, July 1945
No. 10, Oct. 1945
No. 12, Dec. 1945
Vol. 23, No. 1, Jan. 1946
No. 2, Feb. 1946
No. 3, Mar. 1946
No. 4, Apr. 1946
No. 5, May 1946
No. 9, Sept. 1946
No. 11, Nov. 1946
American Journ. Optom. & Arch. A.A.O. Vol. 24, No. 2, Feb. 1947
No. 6, June 1947
No. 8, Aug. 1947
No. 9, Sept. 1947
No. 10, Oct. 1947
No. 11, Nov. 1947
No. 12, Dec. 1947
Vol. 25, No. 1, Jan. 1948
No. 2, Feb. 1948
No. 3, Mar. 1948
No. 4, Apr. 1948
No. 5, May 1948
No. 7, July 1948
No. 8, Aug. 1948
No. 9, Sept. 1948
No. 10, Oct. 1948
No. 11, Nov. 1948
No. 12, Dec. 1948
Vol. 26, No.1, Jan. 1949
No. 8, Aug. 1949
No. 9, Sept. 1949
No. 10, Oct. 1949
Vol. 27, No. 4, Apr. 1950
No. 7, July 1950
Vol. 28, No. 1, Jan 1951
Vol. 29, No. 7, July 1952.
No. 8, Aug. 1952.
No. 9, Sept. 1952.
No. 11, Nov. 1952.
No. 12, Dec. 1952.
Vol. 30, (all I2 issues), 1953.
Vol. 31, (all 12 issues), 1954.
Vol. 32, (all 12 issues), 1955.
Vol. 33, No. 5, May 1956.
No. 7, July 1956.
No. 8, Aug. 1956.
No. 9, Sept. 1956.
No. 10, Oct. 1956.
No. 11, Nov. 1956.
No. 12, Dec. 1956.
Vol. 34, No. 5, May 1957.
No. 8, Aug. 1957.
No. 9, Septo 1957.
No. 10, Oct. 1957.
No. 11, Nov. 1957.
No. 12, Dec. 1957.
Vol. 35, No. 1, Jan. 1958.
No. 2, Feb. 1958.
No. 4, Apr. 1958.
No. 5, May 1958.
No. 8, Aug. 1958.
No. 9, Sept. 1958.
No. 10, Oct. 1958.
No. 11, Nov. 1958.
No. 12, Dec. 1958.
Vol. 36, (all 12 issues), 1959.
Vol. 37, No. 1, Jan. 1960.
No. 2, Feb. 1960.
No. 3, Mar. 1960.
No. 4, Apr. 1960.
No. 5, May 1960.
No. 6, June 1960.
No. 7, July 1960
No. 8, Aug. 1960.
No. 11, Nov. 1960.
No. 12, Deco 1960.
Vol. 38, No. 2, Feb. 1961.
No. 3, Mar. 1961.
No. 4, Apr. 1961.
No. 5, May 1961.
No. 6, June 1961.
No. 7, July 1961.
No. 8, Aug. 1961.
No. 9, Sept. 1961.
No. 11, Nov. 1961.
No. 12, Dec. 1961.
Vol. 39, (all 12 issues), 1962.
Vol. 40, (all 12 issues), 1963.
Vol. 41, (all 12 issues), 1964.
Vol. 42, No. 1, Jan. 1965.
No. 2, Feb. 1965.
No. 4, Apr. 1965.
No. 6, June 1965.
No. 7, July 1965.
No. 8, Aug. 1965.
No. 10, Oct. 1965.
No. 11, Nov. 1965,
No. 12, Dec. 1965.
Vol. 43, No. 1, Jan. 1966.
No. 2, Feb. 1966
No. 3, Mar. 1966.
No. 4, Apr. 1966.
No. 5, May 1966.
No. 6, June 1966.
No. 7, July 1966.
No. 9, Sept. 1966.
No. 11, Nov. 1966.
No. 12, Dec. 1966
Amer. Journ. Ophthalm., Vol. 33, No. 1, Jan. 1950.
No. 2, Feb. 1950.
No. 3, Part I, Mar. 1950.
Part II, Mar. 1950.
No. 4, Apr. 1950.
No. 5, May 1950.
No. 6, June 1950.
No. 7, July 1950.
No. 8, Aug. 1950.
No. 10, Oct. 1950.
No. 11, Nov. 1950.
No. 12, Dec. 1950.

Excerpta Medica, Section XII, Ophthalmology, Vol. 14, No. 1, Jan. 1960.
Vol. 19, No. 1, Jan. 1965.

Optica Acta (European Journal of Optics), Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan. 1954.
233 ABANDONED 05/02/1969 Los Angeles
ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF OPTOMETRY ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF OPTOMETRY Jose, Jule G., Kenneth A. Poise, Emily K. Holden. Optometric Pharmacology.
Orlando, FL: Grune & Stratton, 1984. (326p. brand new copy)
241 ABANDONED 04/29/1985 Washington
ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF OPTOMETRY ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF OPTOMETRY 2 optometric thesis 939 ABANDONED 01/29/1987 Rockville
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 16 monographs 94 ABANDONED 01/15/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Allport, Prank "The Eye and Its Functions" Chicago, A.M.A., Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet IX.

Allport, Prank "Lenses and Refraction" Chicago, A.M.A., (c19l4), Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet VIII.

Bruns, Henry Dickson "Auto-Intoxication and the Eye" Chicago, A.M.A., (c19l4), Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet VI.

Bull, Edward C. "A Voyage Into the History of Spectacles" Presented at Educational Congress, 29th Annual Convention, American Optometric Association, San Francisco, 1926. 2 COPIES

Dean, Lee W. "Ordinary Eye Diseases" Chicago, A.M.A., Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet XII.

Fuog, Harry L. "Optometric Interpretation of Fundus Anomalies" Delivered at Educational Congress, 29th Annual Convention, American Optometric Association, San Francisco,
June 1926.

Hathaway, (Mrs.) Winifred "School Lighting as a Factor in Saving Sight" New York, Eye Sight Conservation Bulletin 6, published by permission by Eye Sight Conservation Council of America, (c1925).

Jackson, Edward "How Whisky, Tobacco and Drugs Affect the Eyes" Chicago, A.M.A., (C1914), Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet XVI.

Katz, Martin (Reporter, ADELPHIA REPORTING BUREAU) "Proceedings of the Optometrical Extraordinary Emergency Meeting held at Lafayette Hotel, Washington, D. C. on October 30, 1938" Philadelphia, Adelphia Reporting Bureau, (n.d.).

Maybee, W. G. "Refractive and Accommodative Errors and Their Correction by Subjective Methods" Hartford, Connecticut, A.O.A., Department of Education. Optometrical Courses of Study - Course 9.

Palmer, James A. "Professional Advancement Program, Ethics and Economics, Part I" (n.p.), A.O.A., (n.d.).

Ryer, E. LeRoy "Ophthalmometry" Hartford, Connecticut, A.O.A., Department of Education. Optometrical Courses of Study - Course 10.

Sheard, Charles "Ocular Accommodation" Hartford, Conn., A.O.A., Department of Education. Optometrical Courses of Study. Course 14.

Wiseman, Eugene G. "Practical Lessons in Blood Pressure Testing" Hartford, Connecticut, A.O.A., Department of Education. Optometrical Courses of Study. Course 12.

Woods, Hiram "Eye-Strain" Chicago, A.M.A., (c19l4), Conservation of Vision Series - Pamphlet VII.
649 ABANDONED 01/15/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 9 monographs, 1 directory, 17 journal
issues
93 ABANDONED 01/29/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Davies, Morgan C. "Squint its etiology, diagnosis and treatment" (n.p.), American Optometric Ass'n., c1926.

Fuog, Harry L. "Physiological correction of ocular anomalies" Address delivered at educational congress 29th annual convention, American Optometric Association, San Francisco, California, June 1926.

Fuog, Harry L. "Optometric interpretation of fundus anomalies" Address delivered at educational congress 29th annual convention, American Optometric Association, San Francisco, California, June 1926.

Mason, F. L. "Amplification of the range of an ophthalmometer" Berkeley, Univ. of Calif. Printing Office, 1931.

Minor, Ralph S. "Demonstrations of types of radiation from X-rays to wireless waves, with a consideration of their effects on the eye" Address delivered at educational congress 29th annual convention, American Optometric Association, San Francisco, California, June 1926.

Ryer, E. LeRoy "Ophtha Imometry" Course 10, Optometrical Courses of Study. Hartford, Conn., Dept. of Education, American Optometric Association, c1920.

Sheard, Charles "Refraction and accomodation of the eye and other ocular data as determined by a subjective method of skiascopy" Lecture delivered at the University of
California during the period of the convention of the American Optometric Association, June 28 to July 2, 1926. Reprinted from Vol. 7 No. 1, American Journal of Physiological Optics. Published by American Optical Company.

Woll, Frederic A. "Constructive hygiene" Address delivered at educational congress 29th annual convention, American Optometric Association, June 1926.

Woll, Frederic A. "Ocular tissues from the standpoint of cell structure" Address delivered at educational congress 29th annual convention, American Optometric Association,
San Francisco, California, June 1926.

Graubart, Abraham L.,ed al. "Directory of the Omega Epsilon Phi Fraternity"

Journal of the Nebraska Optometric Association.
Feb./Mar. 1962 � June/July 1962 3 issues
Oct./Nov. 1962 -- Dec. 1964 14 issues
648 ABANDONED 01/29/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 3 books 92 ABANDONED 02/01/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. American Optometric Association Lectures delivered at the thirty-eighth annual congress of the American Optometric July 1935. Faribault, Minnesota, Journal of the AOA, 1936 2 copies.

American Optometric Association. Council on Education and Professional Guidance. Manual ocular tests. Minneapolis, American Optometric Ass'n., 1948
642 ABANDONED 02/01/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 2 books 91 ABANDONED 02/27/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Anderson, Albert L. Technique of fitting contact lenses.
(Minneapolis) ,McGill Lithograph Co. 1944

McCormick, Charles Optical truths. Chicago, McCormick
Optical College, 1898.
641 ABANDONED 02/27/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 2 books, 1 monograph 90 ABANDONED 03/05/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Sou t hall, James P. C. Mirrors, prisms and lenses; a textbook of geometrical "optics . New York, MacMillan, 1918.

Thorington, James Refraction of the human eye and methods of
estimating the refraction section on the fitting of spectacles and eye-glasses, etc. Philadelphia, P. Blakistbn's Son & Co., (1916) .

Mason, F. L. Amplification of the range of an ophthalmometer. Optometry Bulletin No. 1
Berkely; CA. Univ. of CA. Printing Office, 1931.
639 ABANDONED 03/05/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 2 books 89 ABANDONED 03/07/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Brucker, Wilbur M. The Story of Optometry. Minneapolis, Journal of American Optometric Association. 1939.

Jaques, Louis. Fundamental Refraction and Orthoptics. Los Angeles, Globe Printing Co. 1936.
638 ABANDONED 03/07/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 2 reprints 88 ABANDONED 04/14/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 4 proceedings of I.A.B. meetings 87 ABANDONED 04/22/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 3 books 86 ABANDONED 06/21/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Bier, Norman Contact lens routine and practice. London, Butterworths, 1957. 2nd ed.

Prentice, Charles F. Opht ha Imi c len se s ; dioptric formulae for combined cylindrical lenses; the prism-dioptry and other optical papers Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1907. 2nd ed.

Tscherning, M. Physiologic optics; dioptrics of the eye, functions of the
retina, ocular movements and binocular vision . Translated by Weiland, Carl. Philadelphia, Keystone, 1904. 2nd ed.
636 ABANDONED 06/21/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 14 journal issues 85 ABANDONED 08/23/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Iowa Optometrist, Vol. 32, No. 6, June 1968 issue.
Journ. Ill. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 26, No. 2, Mar./Apr. 1968 issue.
Journ. Texas Optora. Ass'n., Vol. 24, No. 6, June 1968 issue.
Journ. Md. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 1, No. 2, Apr./May/June 1968 issue.
Mich. Optometrist, Vol. 47, No. 6, June 1968 issue.
Minn. Optometrist, May 1968 issue.
Minn. Optometrist, June 1968 issue.
Mo. Optometrist, Vol. 48, No. 7, July 1968 issue.
New England Journ. Optom., Vol. 19, No. 4, Apr. 1968 issue.
New Jersey Journ. Optom., Vol. 22, No. 2, Mar./Apr. 1968 issue.
0-Eye-O, Vol. 34, No. 1, Winter 1968 issue.
Penn. Optometrist, Vol. 28, No. 2, Mar./Apr. 1968 issue.
Southern Journ. Optom., Vol. 10, No. 5, May 1968 issue.
Southern Journ. Optom., Vol. 10, No. 6, June 1968 issue.

(RECEIVED SEPTEMBER 4, 1968)
Journ. Calif. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 35, No. 1, Feb./Mar. 1967 issue,
Journ. Calif. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 35, No. 3, Apr./May 1967 issue.
Journ. Calif. Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 35, No. 4, June/July 1967 issue,
Journ. Texas Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 24, No. 7, July 1968 issue.
Mich. Optometrist, Vol. 47, No. 7, July 1968 issue.

Bannon, Robert E. Clinical manual on aniseikonia; a lecture series, Buffalo (N.Y.)r American Optical Company, c!954. 12Op.
634 ABANDONED 08/23/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 5 journal issues 84 ABANDONED 09/04/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 27 journal issues, 3 pamphlet items 139 ABANDONED 10/28/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Contacto 1968 3 issues
Gem of Vision (Idaho O.A.) 1968 1 issue
Indiana Journ. Optom. 1968 1 issue
Iowa Optometrist 1968 1 issue
Journ. Ill. Optom. Ass'n. 1968 1 issue
Journ. Maryland Optom. Ass'n. l968 2 issues
Journ. Nebr. Optom. Ass'n.1968 1 issue
Journ. Optical Soc. Amer. 1967 1 issue
Journ. Texas Optom. Ass'n. 1968 2 issues
Kansas Optometric Journ. 1968 1 issue
Les Cahiers des Verres de contact 1968 1 issue
Michigan Optometrist 1968 1 issue
Minn. Optometrist 1968 2 issues
Missouri Optometrist 1968 1 issue
New England Journ. Optom. 1968 1 issue
New Jersey Journ. Optom. 1968 1 issue
Optom. Wkly. 1968 1 issue
Pennsylvania Optom. 1968 1 issue
Wisconsin Optom. 1968 1 issue

3 copie of Zeiss Information, 15th year, No. 65.
633 ABANDONED 10/28/1968 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Acta OphthaImologica, Supplement #49

Atti della Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi e Contributi dell' Istituto Nazionale di Ottica,
Vol. 21, No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1956
Vol. 22, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967

Therapeutic Notes,
Vol. 70, Jan. 1963.
Feb. 1963.
Mar. 1963.
Apr. 1963.
May-June 1963.
July-Aug. 1963.
Sept. 1963.
Oct. 1963.
Nov.-Dec. 1963.

TOTAL: 12 journal issues received.
632 ABANDONED 02/10/1969 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 106 journal issues 163 ABANDONED 02/17/1969 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. 24 optometric journals 188 ABANDONED 05/1969 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Optica International,
Vol. 1, No. 3, Oct. 1964.
Vol. 2, No. 4, Dec. 1965.

(RECEIVED MAY 15, 1969):
Gem of Vision ( Idaho Optom. Ass'n.),
Vol. 11, No. 1, Jano-Feb. 1969.

Iowa Optometrist,
Vol. 33, No. 1, Jan. 1969.
No. 2, Feb. 1969.

Journ. Nebraska Optom. Ass'n.,
Vol. 10, No. 5, Nov.-Dec. 1968.

Journ. Texas Optom. Ass'n.,
Vol. 25, No. 1, Jan. 1969.
No. 2, Feb. 1969.
No. 3, Mar. 1969.

Journ. Wisconsin Optom. Ass'n.,
Vol. 13, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1969.

Kansas Optom. Journ.,
Vol. 41, No. 10, Mar. 1969.

Minnesota Optom.,
Jan. 1969.
Feb. 1969.

Pennsylvania Optom.,
Vol. 28, No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1968.

San Diego County Optometric Society Bulletin,
Vol. 2, No. 3, Mar. 1969.

Southern Journ. Optom.,
Vol. 11, No. 1, Jan. 1969.

(RECEIVED MAY 19, 1969):
Michigan Optom.,
Vol. 47, No. 12, Dec. 1968.
Vol. 48, No. 1, Jan. 1969.
No. 2, Feb. 1969.

Missouri Optom.,
Vol. 49, No. 1, Jan. 1969.
No. 2, Feb. 1969.

Pennsylvania Optom.,
Vol. 29, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1969,

Ohio Optometric Association Newsletter,
Jan. 1969.
Mar. 1969.
627 ABANDONED 05/1969 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. Deviation:"Contribution of numerous
optometric journals..."
47 ABANDONED 07/25/1969 Berkeley
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOR GIBSON, HAROLD R. British Journal of Physiological Optics,
Vol. 10, No. 3, Oct. 1953.
Vol. 14, No. 1, Jan. 1957.
No. 3, July 1957.
No. 4 Oct. 1957
Vol. 15, No. 1, Jan. 1958.
No. 2, Apr. 1958
No. 3, July 1958.
No. 4, Oct. 1958.
Vol. 16, No. 2, Apr. 1959.
No. 3, July 1959.
No. 4, Oct. 1959.

Iowa Optometrist,
Vol. 32, No. 12, Dec. 1968.

Journ. Illinois Optom. Ass'n.,
Vol. 26, No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1968.

Journ. Maryland Optom. Ass'n.,
Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan.-Feb.-Mar. 1968.

Kansas Optom. Journ.,
Vol. 41, No. 7, Dec. 1968.

Missouri Optom.,
Vol. 48, No. 12, Dec. 1968.

Optical Journ. & Review of Optom.,
Optical Journ. & Review of Optom.,
Vol. 59, No. 12, Mar. 24, 1927.
No. 13, Mar. 31, 1927.
No. 14, Apr. 7, 1927.
No. 15, Apr. 14, 1927.
No. 16, Apr. 21, 1927.
No. 17, Apr. 28, 1927.
No. 18, May 5, 1927.
No. 19, May 12, 1927.
No. 20, May 19, 1927.
No. 21, May 26, 1927.
No. 23, June 9, 1927.
No. 24, June 16, 1927.
No. 25, June 23, 1927.
No. 26, June 30, 1927.
Vol. 60, No. 2, July 14, 1927.
No. 3, July 21, 1927.
No. 4, July 28, 1927.

Optical Journ. & Review of Optom.,
Vol. 60, No. 5, Aug. 4, 1927.
No. 7, Aug. 18, 1927.
No. 9, Sept. 1, 1927.
No. 12, Sept. 22, 1927.
No. 14, Oct. 7, 1927,
No. 15, Oct. 14, 1927.
No. 17, Oct. 28, 1927.
No. 21, Nov. 25, 1927.
No. 23, Dec. 9, 1927.
No. 24, Dec. 16, 1927.
No. 25, Dec. 23, 1927.
No. 26, Dec. 30, 1927.
Vol. 61 No. 1, Jan. 6, 1928.
No. 3, Jan. 20, 1928.
No. 4, Jan. 27, 1928.
No. 5, Feb. 3, 1928.
No. 9, Mar. 2, 1928.
No. 11, Mar. 16, 1928o
No. 12, Mar. 23, 1928.
No. 13, Mar. 30, 1928.
No. 14, Apr. 6, 1928. .
No. 16, Apr. 20, 1928.
No. 17, Apr. 27, 1928.
No. 18, May 4, 1928.
No. 19, May 11, 1928.
No. 20, May 18, 1928.
No. 22, June 1, 1928.
No. 24, June 14, 1928.
No. 25, June 22, 1928.
No. 26, June 29, 1928.
Vol. 62 No. 1, July 6, 1928.
No. 3, July 20, 1928.
No. 4, July 27, 1928.
No. 5, Aug. 3, 1928.
No. 6, Aug. 10, 1928.
No. 7, Aug. 17, 1928.
No 8, Aug. 24, 1928.
No. 9, Aug. 31, 1928.
No. 10, Sept. 7, 1928.
No. 11, Sept. 14, 1928.
No. 12, Sept. 21, 1928.
No. 13, Sept. 28, 1928.
No. 14, Oct. 5, 1928.
No. 15, Oct. 12, 1928.
Vol. 68, No. 8, Aug. 21, 1931.
No. 10, Sept. 4, 1931.
No. 11, Sept. 11, 1931.
No. 13, Sept. 25, 1931.
No. 18, Oct. 30, 1931.
No. 24, Dec. 11, 1931.
No. 25, Dec. 18, 1931.
Vol. 69, No. 1, Jan.1, 1932.
No. 2, Jan. 15, 1932.
No. 3, Feb. 1, 1932.
No. 4, Feb. 15, 1932.
No. 5, Mar. 1, 1932.

Pennsylvania Optom.,
Vol. 28, No0 5, Sept-Oct. 1968.

San Diego County Optometric Society Bulletin,
Vol. 1, No. 12, Dec. 1968

Zeiss Information,
15th year, No. 63.
No. 64.

Carl Zeiss: 150th anniversary of his birthday (supplement to Jena Review)

**Noted on bottom of page: When materials donated by optometric libraries are duplicate copies of our present holdings, we shall relocate them with other optometric libraries.

628 ABANDONED 02;03/1969 Berkeley
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY VISUAL SCIENCE INFORMATION CENTER HAROLD R. GIBSON, DIRECTOR OF THE VISUAL SCIENCE I Stern, Curt and Malls, Gordon L. "The Cunier pedigree of 'color blindness" Reprinted from Amer. Journ. Human Genetics, Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec. 1957, PP. 249-73"

Walls, Gordon L. ''The G. Palmer story (Or, what It's like, sometimes, to be a scientist) Reprinted from Journ. History of Medicine and Allied. Sciences, Vol. 11, No". 1, 1955, pp."
66-957

THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS RECEIVED APRIL 22, 1968:
International Association of Boards of Examiners In Optometry

One copy each, proceedings of the four annual meetings:

42nd Annual Meeting, Denver Hilton Hotel, Denver, Colorado, June 16-20, 1961.
43rd Annual Meeting, Sheraton-Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, July 16-18, 1962.
44th Annual Meeting, Hotel Leamington, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 15-17, 1963.
46th Annual Meeting, Jung Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 25-27, 1965.

Add also 1960 and 1964 bound with others. KH 2/8/2018
637 ABANDONED 04/14/1968 Berkeley
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY FLOM, MERTON C. 4 books & reprints & copies of articles by him. (check 590s)? 839 ABANDONED 05/03/1979 Berkeley
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON ULLMANN, MIRIAM 46 journal issues 160 ABANDONED 04/24/1969 Houston

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON ULLMANN, MIRIAM J 0 U R N A. L S:
Optical Journ. & Review of Optom., Vol. 37, No. 1, Jan. 1, 1950.
No. 2, Jan. 15, 1950.
No. 3, Feb. 1, 1950.
No. 5, Mar. 1, 1950.
No. 6, Mar. 15, 1950.
No. 8, Apr. 15, 1950.
No. 10, May 15, 1950.
No. 11, June 1, 1950.
No. 12,,June 15, 1950.
No. 13, July 1, 1950.
No. 14, July 15, 1950.
No. 15, Aug. 1, 1950.
No. 20, Oct. 15, 1950.
No. 21, Nov. 1, 1950.
No. 22, Nov. 15, 1950.
No. 23, Dec. 1, 1950.
Vol. 88, No. 1, Jan. 1, 1951.
No. 3, Feb. 1, 1951.
No. k, Feb. 15, 1951.
No. 6, Mar. 15, 1951*
No. 10, Hay 15, 1951.
No. 11, June 1, 195L
No. 12, June 15, 1951.
No. 13, July 1, 1951.
No. 16, .Aug. 15, 1951.
No. 17, Sept. 1, 1951.
No. 18, Sept. 15, 1951.
No. 19, Oct. 1, 1951.
No. 21, Nov. 1, 1951.
No. 22, Nov. 15, 1951.
Vol. 89, No. 2, Jan. 15, 1952.
No. 3, Feb. 1, 1952.
No. 5, Mar. 1, 1952.
No. 6, Mar. 15, 1952.
No. 7, Apr. 1, 1952.
No. 8, Apr. 15, 1952.
No. 9, Hay 1, 1952.
No. 10, May 15, 1952.
No. 11, June 1, 1952.
No. 13, July 1, 1952.
No. 15, Aug. 1, 1952.
No. 17, Sept. 1, 1952.
No. 18, Sept. 15, 1952.
No. 23, Dec. 1, 1952.
No. 2k, Dec. 15, 1952.
Transactions,.American Academy of Ophthalmology & Qtolaryngology, Vol. 57, No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1953.
274 ABANDONED 04/24/1969 Houston
INDIANA UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY GORDON G. HEATH Vision Science Symposium, A Tribute to Gordon G. Heath. (Bloomington) Indiana University, 1988. 707 ABANDONED 11/28/1989 Bloomington
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY CLASS OF 1987 PACIFIC UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY CLASS OF 1987 1987 yearbook 966 ABANDONED 06/1987  
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY OSCAR W. RICHARDS Stone, Leon Stansfield. "Regeneration of the Lens, Iris, and Neural Retina in a Vertebrate Eye" Reprinted from The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 32(6), June 1960.

Stone, Leon Stansfield. "Return of Vision and Functional Polarization in Retinae of Transplanted Eyes" Reprinted from Transactions of the OphthaImological Society, 79, 1959.
543 ABANDONED 02/1980 Forest Grove
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY OSCAR W. RICHARDS 2 booklets:
Introduction to Modern Analytical Optometry, by S.K. Lesser, O.D. Revised edition. Duncan, OK: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1965. (4"x61/2", 72pp.)

Rare Visual Aids. Woodside, NY: The Kono Manufacturing Company, c1952. (31/2" x 6", 36pp.)

pamphlet:
"The Tillyer Executive Bifocal; Non-Presbyopic Applications" by Salvi S. Grupposo. American Optical Company, 1955. (4pp.)
544 ABANDONED 03/31/1987 Forest Grove
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY 1 Copy, Southern California College of Optometry Alumni Directory. Falls Church, College & University Press, (C 1977).

2 Copies, Looking Backward - Looking Forward 1904 - 1979. Fullerton, Southern Californai College of Optometry, (1979).
413 ABANDONED 05/07/1980  
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY Vision & You Videotapes (10 total). Donation via Dr. Margaret Dowaliby (Aug. '87 VISIONLINK)
?? yearbooks for our collection.
970 ABANDONED 02/1987  
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY 1987 Yearbook 925 ABANDONED 01/19/1988  
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY COCHRAN, WILLIAM E., PRESIDENT Personal papers of Dr. William MacCracken 1009 ABANDONED 03/31/1988 Memphis
MACCRACKEN, WILLIAM P. MACCRACKEN, WILLIAM P. 12 cartons of personal records (relocated at Southern College of Optometry) 170 ABANDONED 05/19/1969  
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY TURPIN, EMMA P. 304 journal issues 159 ABANDONED 01/31/1969 Memphis
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY TURPIN, EMMA P. J O U R N A L S :
Aging. No. 158, Dec. 1967 (2 copies).
No. 159, Jan. 1968.

Amer. Journ. Public Health, Vol. 58, No. 2, Feb. 1963.
No. 8, Aug. 1968.

Gem of Vision (Idaho Optom. Ass'n.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967.
No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1967.
No. 3, May-June 1967.
No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1967.
Vol. 10, No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1968.
No. 3, May-June 1968.

Illuminating Engineering, Vol. 63, No. 2, Feb. 1968.

Indiana Journ. Qptom., Vol. 37, No, 1, Jan. 1967.
No. 2, Apr. 1967.
No. 3, July 1967.
No. 4, Oct. 1967.

Internat'l. Journ, Neuropsychiatry, Vol. 4, No. 1, Feb. 1968.

Iowa Optom., Vol. 31, No. 5, May 1967.
No. 6, June 1967.
No. 7, July 1967.
No. 8, Aug. 1967.
No. 9, Sept. 1967.
No. 10, Oct. 1967.
No. 11, Nov. 1967.
No. 12, Dec. 1967.
Vol. 32, No. 4, .Apr. 1968.
No. 6, June 1968.
No. 7, July 1968.
No. 8, Aug. 1963.
No. 9, Sept. 1968.
No. 10, Oct. 1963.
No. 11, Nov. 1968.

Journ. Calif. Optom. Assn*.. Vol. 34-, No. 1, Feb.-Mar. 1966.
No. 2, Mar. 1966.
No. 3, Apr.-May 1966.
No. 4, June-July 1966.
No. 5, Aug.-Sept. 1966.
No. 6, Oct.-Nov. 1966.

Journ. Calif* Optom. Ass"n., Vol. 35, No. 2, Mar. 1967.
No. 4, June-July 1967.
No. 6, Oct.-Nov. 1967.

Journ. Ill. Optom, Assn*. , Vol. 24, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1966.
No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1966.
No. 3, May-June 1966.
No. 4, July-Aug. 1966.
No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1966.
No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1966.
Vol. 25, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967.
No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1967.
No. 3, May-June 1967.
No. 4, July-Aug. 1967.
No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1967.
No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1967.
Vol. 26, No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1968.

Journ. Md Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 1, No. 2, Apr.-May-June 1963.
No. 3, July-Aug.-Sept. 1963.

Journ. Texas Optom. Ass'n., Vol. 18, 1962 (all 12 issues for the year).
Vol. 19, 1963 (all12 issues for the year).
Vol. 20, 1964,(all 12 issues for the year).
Vol. 21, 1965 (all 12 issues for the year).
Vol. 22, 1966 (all 12 issues for the year).
Vol. 23, 1967 (17 issues)
Vol. 24, 1968 (11 issues)

Kansas Optom. Journ., Vol. 40, No. 1, June 1967.
No. 2, July 1967.
No. 3, Aug. 1967.
No. 4, Sept. 1967.
No. 5, Oct. 1967.
No. 6, Nov. 1967.
No. 7, Dec. 1967.

Michigan optom., Vol. 46, No. 1, Jan, 1967.
No. 2, Feb. 1967.
No. 3. Mar.1967.
No. 4, Apr. 1967.
No. 5, May 1967.
No. 6, June 1967.
No. 7, July 1967.
No. 8, .Aug. 1967.
No. 9, Sept. 1967.
No. 10, Oct. 1967.
No. 12, Dec. 1967.

Michigan Optom., Vol. 47, No. 5, May 1968.
No. 8, Aug. 1968.
No. 9, Sept. 1968.
No. 10, Oct. 1963.
No. .11, Nov. 1968.

Minnesota Optom., Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan. 1967.
No. 2, Feb. 1967.
No. 3, Mar. 1967.
No. 4, Apr. 1967.
No. 5, May 1967.
No. 6, June 1967.
No. 7, July 1967.
No. 8, Aug. 1967.
No. 10, Oct. 1967.
No. 11, Nov. 1967.
No. 12, Dec. 1967.

Mississippi Optom., Vol. 34, No. 1, Mid-Summer 1967.
No. 2, Sept.-Oct. 1967.
No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967.

Missouri Optom,, Vol. 47, No. 1, Jan. 1967.
No. 5, May 1967.
No. 6, June 1967.
No. 7, July 1967.
No. 8, Aug. 1967.
No. 9, Sept. 1967.
No. 10, Oct. 1967.
No. 11, Nov. 1967.
No. 12, Dec. 1967.

Montana Optom. (3 issues)

Monthly Catalog (U.S. Gov't. Publications), May 1968.

Nebraska Optom. As 'n Journ., Vol. 9, 1967, (all 6 issues for the year).

Lawyer"s Medical Journ., Vol.,3, No. 1, May 1967.

L' Optician Beige, No. 148, Jan. 1968.

New England Journ. Optom., Vol. 18, 1967 (all 10 issues for the year).

New Jersey Journ. Optom,, Vol. 21, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967.
No. 2, Mar�Apr. 1967.
No. 3, May-June 1967.
No. 4, July-Aag. 1967.

New Jersey Journ. Optom. Vol. 22, No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1968.
No. 3, May-June 1968.
No. 4, July-Aug. 1968.
No. 5, Sept. -Oct. 1968.

New Outlook for the Blind, Vol. 62, No. 7, Sept. 1968.
No. 8, Oct. 1968.

Optical Journ. Review & of Optom., Vol. 104, 1967 (21 issues for the year). (issues not sent: No. 18, Sept. 15, 1967; Nov. 20, Oct. 14, 1967; and No. 24, Dec. 15, 1967.)

Optical Spectra, Vol. 1, No. 2, Apr.-May-June 1967.
No. 3, Third Quarter 19&7.

Opticsand Spectroscopy, Vol. 23, No. 2, Aug. 1967.
No. 3, Sept. 1967.

Optometric Management, Vol. 1, 1964, 1 issue.
Vol. 2, 1965. 3 issues.
1966. 13 issues
1967. 6 issues.

Optom. Wkly., Vol. 59, No. 23, June 6, 1968.
No. 24, June 13, 1968.
No. 25, June 20, 1968.
No. 26, June 27, 1968.

Oregon Optom., Vol. 34, 1967 (all 6 issues for the year).

Oriental Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 6, No. 1, Jan. 1968.

Pennsylvania Optom., Vol. 27, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967.
No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1967.
No. 3, May-June 1967.
No. 4, July-Aug. 1967.
No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1967. (2 COPIES)

Rocky Mountain Optometrist, Jan. 1967.
Mar. 1967.
May 1967.
July 1967. (2 COPIES)
July 1968.

Science, vol. 160, No. 3835, June 28, 1968.
Vol. 161, No. 3842, Aug. 16, 1963.
Vol. 162A., No. 3856A, Nov. 26, 1968.

Vision Research, Vol. 7, July 1967.
Vol. 6, Aug. 1966.

Wisconsin Optometrist, Vol. 11, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1967.
No. 2, Mar.-Apr. 1967.
No. 3, May-June 1967.
No. 4, July-Aug. 1967.
No. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1967.
281 ABANDONED 01/31/1969 Memphis
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY Southern College of Optometry Guide to the American Optometric Association Washington Office Records, 1945-1969, edited by Joseph H. Riggs, Curator, Manuscript and Oral History Collections. Memphis, Tenn.: MacCracken Memorial Library, Southern College of Optometry, 1980.

2 cases, 6x7x15 in., containing microfiched records from the files of the American Optometric Association related to political, legal and ethical questions, federal and state legislation, court rulings, etc. pertaining to the development of the optometric profession during the period 1945-1969. (The actual records, once housed in the Washington
law offices of William P. MacCracken, Jr., then at the AOA headquarters, are now located at the Southern College of Optometry.)
412 ABANDONED 11/17/1980 Memphis
SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY SOUTHERN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY LIBRARY yearbooks for our collection (Oct. '86 VISIONLINK) 972 ABANDONED   Memphis
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO CULLEN, ANTHONY P. Cullen, Anthony P. Ocular Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation at 295 nm
on the Rabbit Eye. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy; Department of
Optometry and Visual Science, The City University, London, 1979.
244 ABANDONED 10/22/1979 Ontario
SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO CULLEN, ANTHONY P. Pitts, Donald G., Anthony P. Cullen, and Pierrette Dayhaw-Barker. Determination of Ocular Threshold Levels for Infrared Radiation Cataractogenesis. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, June 1980. 421 ABANDONED 09/09/1980 Ontario
ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY American Optical Company Publications of the Bureau of Visual Science. Southbridge, Mass., American Optical Company, C 1950, 161 pages. 782 ABANDONED 10/13/1969 Chicago
ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1984 Alumni Directory 982 ABANDONED 06/19/1985 Chicago
ALLERGAN PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. ALLERGAN PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Office Seminars in Ophthalmology Series.
The Lacrimal Apparatus. Monograph I: The Dry Eye; Tear Film
and Dry Eye Syndromes. Edited by Irving H. Leopold.
Allergan Pharmaceuticals, 1978. C2 copies I
The Lacrimal Apparatus. Monograph II; The Dry Eye; Diagnostic
Tests and Treatment. Edited by Irving H. Leopold;.
Allergan Pharmaceuticals, 1978. C2 copies]
Optometry Documenta Series.
Contact Lenses. Monograph I: History of the Contact Lens.
Edited by R. A. Koetting. Allergan Pharmaceuticals, 1978. C4 copies]
Optometry Clinic. Monograph II; The Red Eye. Edited by Michael
Larkin and John Lee. Allergan Pharmaceuticals, 1979. C4 copies]
Hard Contact Lenses -- Problems and Solutions, (audiocassette)
Panel discussion with R.A. Koetting, moderator, Neal J. Bailey,
C.A. Bayshore, Thomas F. Brungardt, Barry Farkas.
(Optometry Documenta) Allergan Pharmaceuticals, C4 copies]
207 ABANDONED 06/08/1979 Irvine
MULTIMEDICA MULTIMEDIA, INC. DUNDAS, PATRICK E. M U S E U M I T E M S :

1 May Ophthalmoscope head, model no. 115SB, American Optical Company, 1949 (Brand new, in original box)

1 Dynamic Macula Retinoscope head, model 261BD, American Optical Company, 1946 (Brand new, in original box)

Both instruments include AO's instructions for use.
452 ABANDONED 03/01/1996 Miami Lakes
LUXOTTICA GROUP HOLLANDER, STEPHEN Book- In View: The Telescopes of the Luxottica Museum, presented to Dr. Michael D. Jones. 678 ABANDONED 03/13/1998 Port Washington
DEPARTMENT OF OPTOMETRY, UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE COLE, B. L. booklets about the National Vision Research Institute, & the Victorian College of Optometry, 367 ABANDONED 08/13/1982 Parkville, Victoria
OPHTHALMOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF YORK LETOCHA, CHARLES 1 slide showing McAllister "trade mark." 716 ABANDONED 10/06/1993 York
OPHTHALMOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF YORK LETOCHA, CHARLES Omega Delta News, Vol. 9, #5, May 1933. 717 ABANDONED 10/25/1993 York
NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRISTS BALDWIN, WILLIAM "A Definition of Optometry" 1942. Item filed
New England College of Optometry
837 ABANDONED 04/1979 Boston
NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY Yearbooks Jan. 87 Visionlink 965 ABANDONED  
NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY ALUMNI ASSOCIATIO BERMAN, MORRIS L. List of Students and Graduates of the Klein School of Optics and the
Massachusetts School of Optometry Since 1895. (Photocopy)

Programme of the Graduating Exercises at the Klein School of Optics, June 14,
1897. (Photocopy)

The Focus Published by the students of the Northern Illinois College of
Optometry. January 1931 "Senior Number" (photocopy)

The Scope Published by the students of the Massachusetts College of Optometry.
May 1930 (photocopy)
300 ABANDONED 06/15/1977 Boston
NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY ALUMNI ASSOCIATIO BERMAN, MORRIS L. Cowan, Alfred. Refraction of the Eye. 2d ed., rev. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger,
1945.

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General
Practitioners. 13th ed., rev. New York, William Wood & Co., 1930.
301 ABANDONED 01/03/1980 Boston
BAUSCH & LOMB SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY BAUSCH & LOMB SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY 11 misc. booklets, reprints, & pamphlets.
They did receive a donation label.
844 ABANDONED 07/16/1974  
SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY; BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL COMPANY DEGRAVE, LUELLA B O O K S :
1. Arrington, E. E. History of Optometry . (n.p.), (E. E. Arrington), (c1929)

2. Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Surfacing Data of Orthoogon Lenses. Rochester, Bausch & Lomb, (1940).

3. Frank, Nathaniel H. Introduction to Electricity and Optics. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1940.

4. Hartridge, Gustavus The refraction of the eye: A Manual for Students. Chicago, W. P. Dunn Co., 1895.

5. Luckiesh, Matthew Seeing and Human Welfare. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins "Co . 1934.

6. Maddox, Ernest E. Tests and studies of the ocular muscles. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1907.

7. Moon, Parry The scientific basis of illuminating engineering. New York, "McGraw-Hill, 1936.

8. Obrig, Theo. E. Modern Opthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass. New York, (Chilton Co.), 1935.

9. Pascal, Joseph I. Modern retinoscopy including the principles and practice of velono-skiascopy. London, Hatton Press, 1930.

10. Souter, William Norwood The refractive and motor mechanism of the eye. Philadelphia, Keystone Publ. Co., 1910.

11. Thorington, James The ophthalmoscope and how to use it; with colored illustrations, descriptions, and treatment of the principal diseases of the fundus. Philadelphia, P . Blakiston's Son & Co. 1906.

12. Weiss, Jack E., ed. One thousand and twenty-one answers to industrial health and, safety problem's . Cleveland, Ohio, Occupational Hazards Inc., 1943.
430 ABANDONED 01/24/1968 Punta Gorda
SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY; BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL COMPANY DEGRAVE, LUELLA National Institutes of Health (and) California Institute of Technology Proceedings of the symposium on information processing in sight sensory systems, November 1-3, 1965, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. Sponsored by National Institutes of Health and California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, Calif. Inst. of Technology, 1965. 248p.

United States Senate; Eighty-ninth Congress; First Session Dispensing of eyeglasses by physicians; hearings before the subcommittee on antitrust and monopoly of the committee on the judiciary, U0 So Senate, 89th Congress; 1st Session pursuant to S. Res. 40, July 27, 28, 29; Aug. 5, 6, 1965. Washington, D. C.,U.S. Government PrintingOffice, 1966.
539p.

Vital & Health Statistics, Series 11, No. 3, "Binocular visual acuity of adults, U. S. 1960-1962."
427 ABANDONED 08/26/1968 Punta Gorda
SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY; BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL COMPANY DEGRAVE, LUELLA SPECTACLES
1. Spectacles. Silver frame, sliding temples, oblong lenses, ending in small
loops.- early 1800's.
2. Spectacles. Very small tinted lenses. Thin steel frames, temples ending in
loop - early model of sunglasses.
3. Folding pince-nez with black string fastened to round circle in the handpiece.
Very dark tinted lenses.

JOHN JACOB BAUSCH, JULY 25, 1830 - FEB. 14, 1926
4. Tiny magnifier, personally constructed after the Civil War period by John Jacob Bausch to give to his friends. The magnifier is attached to a card with a dedication and history of the magnifier, signed by J.J. Bausch and dated August 20, 1924. The folding magnifier measures 7/8" when closed. Has tortoise-shell handle ending in loop for a string or ribbon. Power optical glass.
5. Photo of the birthplace of J.J. Bausch: Heidenheimer Strasse 50, Suessen, Germany. Black and white, 8"xlO", unframed.
6. Photo of J.J. Bausch on the grounds of Bausch & Lomb Co., Rochester, New York.
Sepia, 3^x5%", unframed.
7. Photo of J.J. Bausch (90 years old) in courtyard at the side of his electric car. Black and white, 4Vx6%", unframed.
8. Photo of J.J. Bausch (close-up) with round rimless spectacles, mustache and goatee. Black and white, 8"xlO", unframed.
9. Card commemorating the 75th anniversary of the foundation of Bausch & Lomb. Card depicts Bausch & Lomb building overlooking ocean and ships. Foreground shows silhouette of young boy. Below this picture are two oval medallions with photos of-founders J.J. Bausch and Henry Lomb. Between the medallions is the logo of of Bausch & Lomb and inscription.
10. Five documents concerning picnic and cash donated to celebrate the 90th birthday of J.J. Bausch. Service awards were also bestowed. The total amount of cash distributed amounted to $250,000, plus $50,000 to be added to the funds then maintained by the company for the benefit of their employees. July 25, 1920.

CAPT. HENRY LOMB, NOV. 24, 1828 - JUNE 13, 1908 Born at Burghaun in Hesse-Cassel, Germany
11. Photo of Capt. Lomb in uniform sitting, probably taken during the Civil War. Black and white, 8"xlO".
12. Close-up photo of Capt. Lomb. Black and white, 8"xlO"
13. Photo of U.S. Navy ship on dry docks named after Capt. Henry Lomb. Black and white, 8"xlO".
14. Photo of launching of S.S. Henry Lomb, Fairfield, Maryland, Sept. 13, 1943. Black and white, 8"xlO".
15. Reprint from Democrat and Chronicle newspaper article, Aug. 21, 1952 showing a photo of the S.S. Lomb, later called Western Farmer, with news that it sank after a collision the night before.
16. Biography of Capt. Henry Lomb, 2 pages.
17. Biography of Capt. Henry Lomb - information released on his death.
18. Photo of dedication ceremony of the Capt. Henry Lomb Memorial at a park on St. Paul and Lowell Streets, Rochester, N.Y., May 30, 1932. Black and white, 8"xlO". The park was then designated as' Lomb Memorial Park. The black obelisk on the memorial has a glassed-in top and inscription at the base.
19. Resolution adopted at the meeting of the City of Rochester, June 8, 1931 authorizing that the parcels of land owned by the city at the easterly approach to Bausch Memorial Bridge be designated as Lomb Memorial Park.
20. Monograph. Front cover with etching of Henry Lomb Monument. Title and following pages contain photos of Capt. Henry Lomb, biography, and photos of the Mechanic's Institute, founded by Lomb and forerunner of Rochester Institute of Technology.
21. Photo of dedication of monument (black and white, 8"xlO") and five page history concerning rededication of monument on Oct. 2, 1961.
22. Patent No. 71,770. Issued to Henry Lomb Dec. 3, 1867 for improvement in eyeglasses and spectacles. Accompanied by drawings.
23. Proceedings of Meetings of the Federation of German-American Societies of
Rochester, July 7, 1976, to prevent demolition of the Henry Lomb Monument, three pages.
24. Two photos showing the monument at its present location on the Bausch & Lomb grounds between two buildings. Black and white, 8"xlO".
25. Announcement of the death of Henry Lomb.issued by Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Card and envelope lined in mourning black.

EDWARD BAUSCH
26. Two photos of Edward Bausch at the Bausch & Lomb laboratory holding the microscope he constructed at age 14. Black and white, 8"xlO".
27. Invitation to the sixtieth wedding anniversary celebration of Matilda and Edward Bausch, 1878-1938.
28. Program of the sixtieth anniversary celebration of Matilda and Edward Bausch.
29. Book. Manipulation of the Microscope by Edward Bausch. Published by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N.Y., 1885. Illustrated. 5"x6 3/4", hardcover. 96 pages and appendix.

BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL CO.
30. Ten photos of Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. buildings and grounds, and one newspaper clipping of the demolition of most of the old Bausch & Lomb building"�l9787, Rochester, NY.
31. Photo. Bausch & Lomb Dental Dispensary Adjoining the Plant Hospital. Black and white, mounted on heavy cardboard, 8"xlO".
32. Two photos of the Bausch & Lomb cooperative, "The Balco Store." One photo shows interior, the other shows J.J. Bausch with a basket buying from a clerk. A late picture of J.J. Bausch with beret.
33. Price list of items at the store. Typed.
34. Records and photos related to Bausch & Lomb Employees: instructions for rest periods; three pages listing employees, dates of employment and salary increases, current salary and suggested increases; three photos of Bausch and Lomb employees taken 1873. Black and white, 8"xlO".
35. Series of Bausch & Lomb Christmas cards by Morton C. Hansen. One is a black and white photo of a card, 8"xlO". Three cards done in intaglio gravure etching as follows: "The Microscopist," with history, "Rolling the Glass for Bausch & Lomb Ophthalmic Lenses," and "Bausch & Lomb Lenses in the Making." Each 6"x8" card has inscription: "To greet you with best wishes for a Merry Christmas a Happy New Year." With envelopes.

WILLIAM BAUSCH
36. Photo of William Bausch, son of J.J. Bausch at Bausch & Lomb plant.

MONOGRAPHS
37. Booklet. Souvenir commemorating the semi-centennial anniversary of the association of Mr. J.J. Bausch and Mr. Henry Lomb and the founding of the Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1853-1903. By L.B. Elliott. The Central Printing and Engraving Co., Rochester, NY. 33 pages, 6"x9", illustrated.
38. Booklet. J.J. Bausch (1830-1926). American Pioneer by M. Berbert Eisenhart. The Newcomen Society of England - American Branch, New York, NY, 1948. 24 pages, 9"x6", illustrated with etchings.
39. Significant Events in the Soflens Division, Bausch & Lomb Incl A chronology 1969- 1977 compiled by Mrs. Luella DeGrave, Bausch & Lomb librarian.
424 ABANDONED 07/20/1984 Punta Gorda
SOFLENS DIVISION, BAUSCH & LOMB SOFLENS DIVISION, BAUSCH & LOMB 2 copies The Incredible Seeing Machine, 16mm color and sound film. 267 ABANDONED 02/22/1977 Rochester
SOFLENS DIVISION, BAUSCH & LOMB SOFLENS DIVISION, BAUSCH & LOMB 5 copies of The Winning Edge slide series 886 ABANDONED 11/24/1980 Rochester
BABCOCK, LUCILLE LUCILLE BABCOCK Four cartons for the archives (likely the contents of the Babcock 590 files) 1016 ABANDONED 08/14/1973 Columbia
BABCOCK, LUCILLE LUCILLE BABCOCK 1 box of archival papers 843 ABANDONED 11/26/1974 Columbia
BABCOCK, LUCILLE BABCOCK, LUCILLE One 5 x 7 , framed, sepia tone photograph of Dr. Joseph M. Babcock.
One 3x1* 1/2, oval framed, color photopraph of Mrs. Joseph M. [Lucille McClanahan]
Babcock.
Gadden, Grace Stephens et al Ancestors and Decendants of Joseph Morris Babcock,
1893 - 1965. ^3 numbered pages.
One 13 x 18 framed coat-of-arms of Babcock family.
245 ABANDONED 12/1975 Columbia
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, INSTITUTE OF OPTICS UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, INSTITUTE OF OPTICS A Jewel in the Crown: Essays in Honor of the 75th Anniversary of the Institute of Optics, edited by Carlos R. Stroud, Jr. Meliora Press, c2004 (411p. ISBN 1-58046-162-X) 272 ABANDONED 09/13/2010 Rochester
ALCON LABORATORIES, INC ALCON LABORATORIES, INC Time capsule of contact lens history in museum. 206 ABANDONED 06/07/1991  
SPRINGBORG, WALTER A SPRINGBORG, WALTER A Mentions that he will be sending "a quantity of Historical Goodies" collected from around the state pertaining to Optometric evolution in Mich. and the AOA.

Enclosed large photo with chalk outline on picture of Dr. Emil H. Arnold in letter and also a larger personal photo.
1056 ABANDONED 1967 Lansing
SPRINGBORG, WALTER A SPRINGBORG, WALTER A List sent from Springborg to which Maria Dablemont responded that she wanted all, but he should wait to sent until after they moved to new space. Whether the materials were sent is unclear.

Books
State Board Examinations 1911
Hygiene the Optometrist Ought to Know 1921 Woll
Technique of Eye Dissecting 1924 Woll
Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye 1919 Needles Series I
Practical Work on Eye Muscles 1919 Needles Series II
Modern Ophthalmic Lenses and Optical Glass 1937 Obrig
Seeing and Human Welfare 1934 Luckiesh
The Modern Phorometer, 1917 De Zeng
Differential Diagnosis In Ocular Exam 1931 Skeffington
Phocedunem Ocular Examination 1928 Skeffington
The Eye and its Care 1896 Allport
Oiz-Compinds Diseases of the Eye 1899 Goald and Pyle
The story of Optometry 1939 Bicler
Marios Prism Lenses 1918-1939 Southall
Cross Eyes 1923 Higley
The Opticians Manual 1902 Brown
Clinics in Optometry about 1900 Brown
American Academy of Optometry 1929, 1930, 1931
The Human Eye Manual 1914 Lockwood
Anatomy and Physiology of Eye 1891 Hickfeld

No. 1310 Wellsworth Dynamic Refractor [2015.FIC.0198]
No. 615 old style asbestos chimney used in retinoscopy as a source of light-has adjustable diaphragm and 3 toed adjustable stand
2 old universal Ophthalmometers
old style genothalmic kratometer prism slides and targets (table model) designed by Dr. R. M. Peckham about 1923-25
1 spencer foca-meter (looks like single telescope) full length 17 in. Used for getting power of plus or minus lenses. probably used by early students who took short courses in optics from Spencer Optical Co. 1890-1900?
1054 ABANDONED 1970 Lansing
SPRINGBORG, WALTER A SPRINGBORG, WALTER A M U S E U M A R T I C L E S
one colmascope for testing stress and strain on rimless glasses. Early 1900. In working order.

one American Optical Co. Micrometer m5l No. 846 Prior to 1900.

Colored lenses for early and more contemporary goggles" ... Dr. Springborg

one "headrest for phorometer" ... Dr. Springborg

two lens holders. "For possibly a Keystone telebinocular" ... Dr. Springborg

two Phoropters. Circa: 1920.

Standard Optical Co. Lens Cutter. Stoeo No. 3-195. (Pat. May 27, 1902")

one trial frame

one Geneva combined ophthalmoscope and retinoscope made by Geneva Optical Co. Chicago, St. Louis, Des Koines, Pat. Sept. 16, 1902. No. 709,359. (340) "One of the first made, No. 84, combined retinoscope and ophthalmoscope. Early 1900. Two lenses inside of disc are missing - also one outside lens holder. Restored and in working order otherwise" ... Dr. Springborg.

American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass. M112 No. 993 "An early marking device" (with target) ... Dr. Springborg.

"One of the first of a practical small edger that a doctor should use in his office" ... Dr. Springborg; with eight Lens Shaping Patterns that "belong with Simplex Edging Grinder."

Standard Optical Co., New York. Stoco Lens Drill "A." Fat. March 25, 1902. No. 705. mounted on a wooden platform with "Invincible" split phase motor manufactured by Century Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Motor No. 48246, made in early 1914 (according to records with Mr. K. G. Schmidt, Service Manager, Century Electric Co., St. Louis)

Johnston Optical Co., Detroit. Geneva Lens measure. Patented, in U.S. A,. February 24, 1891, December 8, 1891, September 29, 1892, October 22, 1895. Dr. Emil Arnold's lens measure. Circa: 1910. Needs crystal.

American Optical Co, Scientific Instrument Division. Buffalo, New York. "Early 1900 chair bracket for phorometer [phorometer rod]. Round bar missing that hold instrument. Used by J. W. Gould of Battle Creek, Michigan who was an ethical itinerant travelling throughout Michigan and Pennsylvania, (in and around Chambersburg, Penn.)" ... Dr. Springborg

one reading rod holder for Woolf phoropter.

one prism "This prism belongs to Woolf phoropter (to be cemented in) ...Dr. Springborg

Woolf Instrument Corp., Mew York. Ski-optometer 20050. Circa: 1915. "slight repair needed in close parts" ... Dr. Springborg.

Shuron Optical Co., Geneva, New York. Shuron 64-A, Eye Shaper No. 477. "Octagon rim shaper. Circa: 1925-30" ... Dr. Springborg. Also, nine 'patterns for Shur-on Octagon Rim Shaper.

Three large boxes of uncut lenses in original envelopes.

Three heating elements of different dates with nine cones of various sizes. ('The heated cones were used to stretch plastic frames.)

one Set of Schematic Eye Charts used by Northern Illinois College students for the study of eye diseases - early 1900.

nineteen frames containing lenses, three frames without lenses, fifty-seven temple pieces, and forty automatic grooved bifocal lenses.

one early lens making device #2054 made by the Standard Optical Co., Geneva, New York, first patented in May 16, 1905.

fifty-four unmounted lenfles, marked as to the prescription power.

two flip cross cylinders.

one 'Risley rotary cylinder.

one De Zeng Phoropter with rotary prisms. Circa: 1911 (approximate cost $100, as estimated by Dr. Koetting). owned and used by Dr. Emil Arnold.

one pair of Surgeon's magnifying glasses,

two boxes containing the Jennings * Self-Recording Test for the Detection of Color Blindness

two cases, each containing 4 multi-focal samples.

seven early uncut Zeiss-Punktal Lenses in original envelopes.

seven old reading charts�

four Shur- On advertisements, 1926.

one letter to Emil .Arnold, dated 1926.

three barometer instruction booklets.

one "Baumanoraeter Assembly and Service" pamphlet, for blood pressure test.

FRAMED C E R T I F I C A T E S
one certificate awarding Emil Henry .flrnold the degree of Bachelor of Opthalmology from Northern College, of Opthalmology and Otology, dated 1903

one certificate awarding Emil H. Arnold the degree of Doctor of Optics from Northern Illinois College of Ophthalmology and Otology. dated 1902.

one certificate authorizing Emil H. .Arnold to practice Optometry in the State of Michigan. Dated 1910.

one certificate announcing Emil H. Arnold's membership into the State (Michigan) Board of Examiners in Optometry. Dated 1916.

one certificate announcing that Emil H. Arnold was presented with a life membership certificate into the International Association Of Boards of Examiners in Optornetry. dated 1931

one certificate enrolling Emil H. Arnold into the Physiological Section of the American Association of Opticians. Dated 1906

P H O T O G R A P H S
one enlargement of a photograph of the eye; photographed by Harold Judd, O.D., and presented to Emil Arnold around 1922.

one 9 x 46 3/8 b & w group photograph. Caption: "Pre-convention post-graduate class. Scientific Section AOA, Rochester, H.Y. 1913" (Attendance 9-1. Wine persons identified by Dr. Spring'borg). "These classes were organized by Dr. Emil Arnold when he was chairman of the Scientific Section A.O.A. and preceeded several National Conventions."

A D D E N D A
six Centex lenses, uncut but partially finished; dated between 1890-1900.

two Xryptok blank lenses used as advertising samples; era - 1915.

one unfinished lens blank.

one partially finished lens blank.

nine trial case lenses-
1. three opaque (one has a pin hole opening).
2. four color filters.
3. onr trial lens 4.00+1
4. one half clear, half frosted trial lens.

one cobalt blue lens; "as recommended by Dr. Lenz (from Illinois), I believe, the inventor of the Cobalt Blur Test in exams" ... Dr. Springborg.

two "color" lenses used as advertising samples.

one bifocal lens prescription analysis chart; Bausch and Lomb invention.

one mirror and reading chart encased in leather folder, from Bausch and Lomb.

one target for a centering device.

two non-luminous retinoscopes made by the F. A.. Hardy Company; used by Dr. Arnold.
fifty early 1900 Shur-on springs for nose glasses, "rare find" ... Dr. Springborg.

one lens cutter and extra cutting discs, Stoco early model.
407 ABANDONED 06/04/1969 Lansing
SPRINGBORG, WALTER A SPRINGBORG, WALTER A List made by Springborg of items that it seemed he was sending to AOA

1 copy of Lewis Dictionary-1916-18 needs repair

1 copy Optometric Research Institute (Peckham 1938) Report #5

assortment of articles and photos. Collection of W. A. Springborg

6 pr. distance grooved perfection bifocal lenses in orig box

7 1/2 pr. reading grooved perfection bifocal lenses in orig box

2 harold lloyd style zylite round spectacles

1 sample nickle frame spectacles with grooved bifocals

1 pr round spectacle B&L early fine wire frames and lens 1 eye

1 pr oval spectacle B&L early fine wire frames and lens 1 eye

1 pr steel frame straight bow #1 smoke early sunglasses

2 pr. steel and nickle old spectacles

1 pr. early straight bow and worn end case

1 old eyeglass end case

4 pr early eyeglasses with cases

1 pr early eye glass frame and case

2 old cases

5 straight bow old style spectacles and cases

11 asct. old style cases

1 end case 1891 eye shield case

4 old fit steel spectacles and cases

2 steel spectacles (no cases)
1053 ABANDONED 01/10/1971 Lansing
SPRINGBORG, WALTER A SPRINGBORG, WALTER A List sent by Springborg noting that he just set these materials aside for the museum

"I just got the following from Dr. M. J. Keenebeck Muskegon, Mich. 201 Liberty Life Bldg. You have had some words from him in past-per phone Re-Dr. Ernest Einer, Muskegon. Maybe you better drop him a line and thank him so he will know that I am getting it started in your direction."

1 DeZeng Phoropter-"a cutie" the small one that I believe was known as the Baby DeZeng-Lenses and Disc's much smaller than regular size. Has Maddox Rods-Rotary Prisms and Minus Cyls-also a Wall Bracket-but no rod for Phoropter and no reading rod chart holder. You may have some or I may pick up later in my travels. c. 1920-25

1 pr. nose glasses-round lenses-ever locked cement style-to hold lenses in finger piece mtg. c. 1915/20 also enclosed an old eye glass cleaner from an old timer Henry R. Higley Pittsfield, Mass.

1 pr. shell rimmed Shur-On frames with Kryplock Rx

1 eye glass hook style G. F. waist pin holder

1 Shur-On Roughin Nose Piece (new)

6 old style saddle bridges-temps and end pieces asst

old style early colonial shope lens frame-needs note-left temple-also some asst. old temples

1 old style General Optical Co. Batter Handle Ophthalmascope and Retinoscope-Extra Bulbs. c. 1920

1 Later model-national electric-battery handle ophthalmoscope-retinoscope extra bulbs mirror nearly new $50.00 outfit c. 1930

1 ea heads only retinoscope-ophthalmosope-National similar to above

1 Old style General Optical Ophthalmoscope battery handles

1 old style General Optical Retinoscope battery handles
1055 ABANDONED   Lansing
DEXTER, RICHARD C. DEXTER, RICHARD C. 37 micellaneous museum objects

MATERIALS RECEIVED:
2 instruments
19 antique eyeglasses
5 antique eyeglass cases
1 antique Lorgnette in silver case
1 prism trial set
7 pictures
2 old pamphlets
438 ABANDONED 10/03/1966 Keene
DEXTER, RICHARD C. DEXTER, RICHARD C. For the museum:
one pair antique eyeglasses and case
437 ABANDONED 04/03/1967 Keene
DEXTER, RICHARD C. DEXTER, RICHARD C. One pair antique spectacles and case 436 ABANDONED 11/22/1967 Keene
DEXTER, RICHARD C. DEXTER, RICHARD C. ANTIQUE EYEGLASSES
3 pair of frameless pince-nez eyeglasses each in its own. case
435 ABANDONED 11/1970 Keene
DEXTER, RICHARD C. DEXTER, RICHARD C. INSTRUMENTS
1 ophthalmoscope in case
434 ABANDONED 02/1971 Keene
ENGELMANN, O. R. ENGELMANN, O. R. The following issues of Visual Digest, published by AOA:
Dec./Jan./Feb. 1937.
Mar./Apr./May 1937. ((Vol. 1, No. 4.)
Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1937.
Vol. 1, No. 2, Sept. 1937.
Vol. 2, No. 1, June/July/Aug. 1938.
Vol. 2, No. 4, Mar./Apr./May 1939.
Vol. 3, No. 1, June/July/Aug. 1939.
Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall Issue 1943.
Vol. 8, No. 3, Winter Issue 1944.
Vol. 9, No. 2, Fall 1945.
Vol. 9, No. 3, Winter Issue 1945.
Vol. 11, No. 1, Summer Issue, 1946.
Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall Issue 1946.
Vol. 11, No. 4, Spring Issue 1947.
Vol. 12, No. 3, Winter Issue 1947.
Vol. 13, No. 3, Winter 1948.

Total: 16 issues
541 ABANDONED 11/02/1968 Chicago
ENGELMANN, O. R. ENGELMANN, O. R. NEWSPAPER CLIPPING:
One advertisement by optometrist taken from the Chicago Herald,
Tuesday, January 1, 1918.
540 ABANDONED 07/06/1970 Chicago

Source Contact Description Receipt Number Status Date Received City
EPSTEIN, HARRY EPSTEIN, HARRY M U S E U M I T E M S :
Keystone Model 40 Eye Comfort Stereoscope, Keystone View Co., Meadville, PA
Certificate of membership, Illinois Optometric Association. Harry Epstein, O.D.,
April, 1949.
Dept. of Registration and Education, State of Illinois. Certificate no. 1144.
Certifies that "Harry Epstein is duly registered and entitled to practice as
a registered 1920 optometrist, until March 13, 1921 " (card, 3"x5 1/2")
Framed certificate of membership in Illinois State Society of Optometrists.
H. Epstein, dated July 28, 1919.
Certificate of membership in American Optometric Association. H. Epstein, dated
April 2, 1934.
Framed diploma from American Optical College, Detroit Michigan. Doctor of Optics,
awarded to Harry Epstein, Oct. 10, 1911
Framed art print from American Optical Company series - "The Spectacle Peddler"
Small framed office plaques:
"A Deposit required when glasses are ordered and full payment when
delivered."
"LENSES duplicated"
Small box containing stereo test cards, Keystone Stereoscopic Services,
The Visual Survey/Skills Series (#1-7, 10-14).
Twelve stereo cards from Eye Comfort and Depth-Perception Series.
Miscellaneous other cards and exercises.
Small engraved printer's block (approx. 2"x3/4") : a pair of eyeglasses.
Various nearpoint test cards from American Optical Company.
Patient record cards (#1391813) Kiekenapp history card, incorporating the
Skeffington 18-point diagnostic routine.
1 Improved Geneva lens measure, 1.53, American Optical Company
4 metal/plastic spectacle fronts
1 "clip-on magnifying loupe
Collection of optical hand tools (pliers, measuring devices, screwdrivers,
crimpers, awls, etc.)
1 travelling trial lens case (incomplete)
1 outdoor optometric office sign, reverse-painted glass, with wooden frame.
(Paint is peeling badly near center of sign.) size: 36"x45" overall
240 ABANDONED 07/1995 Granite City
EPSTEIN, HARRY EPSTEIN, HARRY Wellsworth Jr. Lensometer, American Optical Company, patent date Oct. 15, 1918.

Feree-Rand Projector and projection screen, Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, (with original instruction booklet.) U.S.A. patent #1,558,3^8 PES 91,060.

Variable Illumination of Subjective Refraction.

Stereo Campimeter, Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. Includes stereopic slides in case, instruction booklet, color wands, and stand with black light.

De Zeng combination retinescope & ophthalmoscope, patent date August 25, 1903.

American Optical Additive Effective Power Phoroptor, B9T1, with auxiliary lenses.

AO Wellsworth De Zeng 588 Phoroptor, patent date December 21, 1926.

Universal Ophthalmometer, General Optical Company, patent date October 2k, 1911- Wellsworth De Zeng Ophthalmoscope Giant with case, patent date July 18, 1922.

Macula Retinoscope 26l, American Optical Co., complete with case.

Rheostat and two blue bulbs.

Green Test Cabinet, M.E. Green Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. (n.d., purchased in early twenties.)

Improved Geneva Lens Measure, 1.53, American Optical Company. Trial Lens Case
Device for studying fundus of the eye, Geneva Optical Co. Designed by W.A. Fisher, M.D., complete with accessories.

De Zeng Phoroptor with cylinders, patent date July 18, 1922.

One prism trial frame and two trial frames

Prism measure, Geneva Optical Co., Chicago, 111., patent pending, (n.d.)

Standard Prisoptometer. Standard Optical Company, Geneva, New York, patent date June 21, 19CA, including circle target.

Keystone Visual Test Kit with cards, charts, etc.

Old iron wall bracket with shaft for phorometer head.

Arneson-Peckham Squint Korector, patent #1622215, made by J..E. Reid Instrument Company, early 1930's, on stand, with rheostat, prisms.

Assortment of pliers and small repair tools.

Portable trial case with spheres, cylinders, prisms, approximately 75 years old.

Frame with multiple pinhole discs.

Old industrial goggle front.

55 old frames, many are pincenez.

1 pair blue furnace glasses, over 50 years old.

4 yellow gold filled half eye fronts with saddle bridge.

4 zylo rim pincenez.

1 round light blue fitzover.

2 combination zylo round fronts.

31 gold fronts, white and yellow.

7 pair fitzover frames.

10 pair fitzovers with green lenses.

Large quantity gold temples.

Quantities of modern and semi-modern frames, plain and fancy, rimless, men's, women's and children's, of plastic, wire, and combinations. Odd temples and
fronts. Recently purchased cases.

Old optometric books.
542 ABANDONED 09;11/1978 Granite City
EZELL, WALTER K. EZELL, WALTER K. Personal papers and journals belonging to Dr. William Ezell. Hand written documents in donor records may correspond to journals that were donated with this donation. 838 ABANDONED 02/02/1979 Spartanburg
EZELL, WALTER K. EZELL, WALTER K. Photographs found in donor records of objects. Seems to definitely be Bausch and Lomb model 6854 patented March 7, 1916 Clason projector. Ophthalm-o-graph American Optical model 1520. Metron-o-scope, American Optical model 1500, visual training. 1079 ABANDONED 04/1979 Spartanburg
EZELL, WALTER K. EZELL, WALTER K. 2017.FIC.0412-Vodnoy Visual Trainer
2017.FIC.0413-Vodnoy Visual Trainer
2017.FIC.0413-Vodnoy Visual Trainer
1247 ABANDONED   St. Spartanburg
EZELL, WILLIAM EZELL, WILLIAM Copy of "The South Carolina Hall of Fame for Optometry" given to Maria Dablemont at the AOA Congress in Washington, D.C. in June 1974 (copy filed South Carolina "red" book of history research) 1078 ABANDONED 07/09/1974 Spartanburg
GENERAL COUNSEL, AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION KOHN, HAROLD G. Richardson, R. A. Strengthening the eyes and discarding glasses. Kansas City (Mo.), Eyesight & Health Ass'n., (c1925). 730 ABANDONED 05/21/1968 New York
GENERAL COUNSEL, AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION KOHN, HAROLD G. American Optical Company. Cataract Lenses and the Aphakic Eye. American Optical, 1959? (20p., paper)

Atkinson, Donald T. External Diseases of the Eye. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1934. (704p.)

Bausch & Lomb, Inc. Job Coach for Prescription Laboratory Operations. B&L, 1970, c1946. (looseleaf)

Heath, R.S. A Treatise on Geometrical Optics. Cambridge: The University Press, 1887. (356p.)

Hughes, William F., ed. Year Book of Ophthalmology 1961-1962. Chicago: Year Book Medical Publishers, c1962. (382p.)

Munsell, A.H. A Color Notation. 6th ed. Baltimore, MD: Munsell Color Company, 1923. (105p.)

National Bureau of Standards. The ISCC-NBS Method of Designating Colors and a Dictionary of Color Names. NBS Circular 553. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, 1955. (158p.)

Parsons, J. Herbert. Diseases of the Eye, a Manual for Students and Practitioners. London: J.&.A. Churchill, 1907.(664p.)

Perkins, E.S. Uveitis and Toxoplasmosis. Boston: Little, Brown &Co., 1961. (142p.)

Schuler, Neville. The Prevention and Treatment of Cataract. New Toronto, Ontario: the author, 1938 (79p.)

Snow, Bonnie E., and Hugo B. Froehlich. The Theory and Practice of Color. New York: the Prang Company, 1918. (53p.)

Thornton, Spencer P. Ophthalmic Eponyms, an Encyclopedia of Named Signs, Syndromes, and Diseases in Ophthalmology.Birmingham, AL: Aesculapius Publishing Co., 1967. (324p.)

Veirs, Everett R. The Lacrimal System, Clinical Application. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1955.(159p.)
731 ABANDONED 01/05/1988 New York
GRIFFIN, ROBERT B. GRIFFIN, ROBERT B. 1. Atkinson, Thomas G OCULO-REFRACTIVE CYCLOPEDIA AND DICTIONARY Chicago, Professional Press, 1934.

2. Augustine, R C OPTOMETRY IN THE SCHOOLS Kansas City (Mo.), Optometry Publishing Co. N.D.

3. Brown, C H CLINICS IN OPTOMETRY Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1907.

4. Cross, Andrew Jay DYNAMIC SKIAMETRY IN THEORY AND PRACTICE New York, A. Jay Cross Optical Co., 1911.

5. DeZeng, Henry L THE MODERN PHOROMSTSR INCLUDING THE PHOROMETER-TRIAL FRAME, PHORO-OPTOMETER AND THE ROTARY CROSS-CYLINDER " Camden (N.J.), Henry L. DeZeng, 1917.

6. Hartridge, Gustavus THE REFRACTION OF THE EYE Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1907.

7. Hering, Ewald SPATIAL SENSE AND MOVEMENTS OP THE EYE Baitimore, A.A.O.., 1942.
8. Hlghley, Henry Rich CROSS EYES Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1923.
9. Jaques, Louis and Crow, George APPLIED REFRACTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE BLUR-OUT POINT TECHNIQUE Los Angeles, Harry R. Day, 1934.
10. Lesser, S K FUNDAMENTALS OF PROCEDURE AND ANALYSIS IN OPTOMETRIC EXAMINATION N.O. S.K. Lesser, 1933-
11. Lewis, James J STATE BOARD EXAMINATIONS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Chicago, James J. Lewis, 1919.
12. Littlefield, J E OPTOMETRY THE LITTLEFIELD SYSTEM OF EYE AND NERVE MEASUREMENTS [n.p.], J. E. Littlefield, 1905.
13. Maddox, Ernest S TESTS AND STUDIES OF THE OCULAR MUSCLES Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., 1907.
14. New York State Optometric Association, Inc. YEAR BOOK OF OPTOMETRY [in 13 volumes for the years 1927 through 1943, inclusive] New York, N. Y. State Optometric Association, 13 volumes: 1927-1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1933, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, and 1943. See also Uttal, D. K., Ed.

15. Opt �metrical Society of the City of New York and the Brooklyn Optometrical Society A TRANSCRIPT OF THE POST GRADUATE LECTURES AND A RESUME OF THE SKEFFINGTON CLINIC [New York, Authors, dated Mar. 7 to Apr. 18, 1930.

16. Ryer, E LeRoy OPHTHALMOMETRY New York, Optical
Publishing Co., 1925. and Atkinson, Thomas G

17. Shepard, Carl F / THE SEVEN-FOLD STIMULUS -RESPONSE SYSTEM Chicago, V. J. LeGros & Co., 1935-

18. Taylor, Charles Henry ^ OCULO-DIDACTICS OR EYE CULTURE
Kansas City (Mo.), Optometry Publishing Co., 1915. 2 copies.

19. Uttal, D. K., Ed. YEAR BOOK OF OPTOMETRY jj.n 13 volumes for the years 1927 through 1943, inclusive} New York, N, Y. State Optometric Association, 13 volumes: 1927-1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 19^0, 1941, 1942 and 1943. See also New York State Optometric Association, Inc.

20. Wiseman, Eugene G BUILDING OPTOMETRY Philadelphia, Keystone Publishing Co., Wiseman, Eugene G OCULAR SYMPTOMATOLOGY Chicago, Professional Press, 1924.

22. Zoethout, W D PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS Chicago,
Professional Press, 1935.

Sheard, Charles, Ed. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS Seventeen Issues received:
Vol. 3, No. 2 Apr. 1922
Vol. 3, No. 3 July 1922
Vol. 3, No. 4 Oct. 1922
Vol. 4, No. 1 Jan. 1923 (2 copies)
Vol. 4, No. 2 Apr. 1923
Vol. 4, No. 3 July 1923
Vol. 4, No. 4 Oct. 1923
Vol. 5, No. 1 Jan. 1924
Vol. 5, No. 2 Apr. 1924
Vol. 6, No. 1 Jan. 1925
Vol. 6, No. 3 July 1925
Vol. 6, Mo. 4 Oct. 1925
Vol. 7, No. 1 Jan. 1926
Vol. 7, No. 2 Apr. 1926
Vol. 7, No. 3 July 1926
Vol. 1: No. 4 Oct. 1926

1. Peckham, Ray Morse- TKS DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OP AMBLYOPIA Detroit, Optometric Research Institute, 1941. Clinical Research Report No. 2.

2. Peckham, Ray Morse- TKS PRINCIPLES OF BINOCULAR FUSION AND STEREOSCOPIC VISION Detroit, Optometric Research Institute, 1940. Clinical Research Report No. 6.

3. Peckham, Ray Morse- SOME POINTS IN THE CORRECTION OF MYOPIA Detroit, Optometric Research Institute, 1939. Clinical Report No. 1.

1. three ophthalmoscopes

2. two ophthalmoscope cases

3. two retinoscopes

4. one retinoscope head

5. one Maddox rod

6. two targets used for field charting

7. one dental apparatus (illuminating mirror for dental exploration)

8. one watchmaker's tool used for truing "balance wheel
9. other miscellaneous small items.

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GRIFFIN, ROBERT B. GRIFFIN, ROBERT B. I. THE ANNALS OF THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE FOUNDATION OF OPTOMSTRY(THE)Boston, Mass., 1932.

II. BOOKS:

1. Cameron, VI. J. DIAGNOSIS BY TRANS ILLUMINATION Chicago, Cameron's Publ. Co., 1923.

2. Imus, Henry A., et, al. AN EVALUATION OF VISUAL FACTORS IN READING Hanover (N.H.), Dartmouth College Publications, 1938.

3. Lockwood, R. M. THE PRINCIPLES OP OPTOMSTRY New York,
Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1906.

4. Lockwood, R. M. SKIASCOPY WITHOUT THE USE OF DRUGS New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1906.

5. Lockwood, R; M. SUBJECTIVE TESTS FOR DIFFICULT CASES New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1906.

6. Lockwood, R. M. TRANSPOSITIONS New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1907.

7. Lockwood, R. M. THE TRIAL CASE AND HOW TO USE IT New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1907.

8. Savage, G. C. THE NERVO-MUSCULAR MECHANISM OF THE EYES AND ROUTINE IN EYE WORK Nashville (Tenn.), G. C. Savage, 1916.

III. DICTIONARIES AND GLOSSARIES:

1. Croskey, John Welsh DICTIONARY OF OPHTHALMIC TERMS New York, Frederick Boger Publ. Co., 1907.

2. Lewis, James J. POCKET OPHTHALMIC DICTIONARY n. p. , J. J. Lewis, n. d. . Copyright 1916.

3. Lewis, James J. POCKET OPTICAL DICTIONARY n.p. , J. J. Lewis, 1908.

IV. JOURNAL SETS:

1. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 through 4, Jan., Apr., July, and Oct. 1920.

2. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, Vol. 2, Nos.
1 through 4, Jan., Apr., July, and Oct. 1921.

3. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, Vol. 3, No. 1,
Jan. 1922.

4. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, Vol. 5, Nos. 3
July and Oct. 1924.

5. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS, Vol. 6, No. 2,
Apr. 1925.

VI. MISCELLANEOUS OPHTHALMIC JOURNALS:

8 sparse issues

VI. MISCELLANEOUS PAMPHLETS:

1. twelve pamphlets

2. series of "Dr. Thomson's Correspondence Courses in Optics"(R A RE), Lessons 1 through 20. (Complete).

VII. MONOGRAPHS ON VISION SCIENCE:

several titles of different sources, total - 39.
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HADEN, RUTH HADEN, RUTH 1 AO Prescription Catalog and Price List. American Optical Company, C 1931. 136 pages.

3 Eye glass cases of pure aluminum with hinged covers, lined with chamois. American Optical Company, patent Feb. 9, 1909.

Design on lids as follows:
1 plain
1 with scroll work around the edge
1 with embossed work covering the lid
693 ABANDONED 01/05/1982 Broken Arrow
HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. 1 lorgnette, with unusually long (12") "tortoise shell" handle, with loop at end for ribbon. Solid gold, folding spectacle frames.

1 Charles F. Prentice Award, American Academy of Optometry, awarded to Monroe J. Hirsch, 1978. Circular medal, solid bronze, 3" in diameter, � thick. One side bears the effigy of Dr. Prentice, the reverse side the dedication to Dr. Hirsch.

1 Distinguished Service Foundation medal, bestowed to Monroe J, Hirsch, 1960, with accompanying parchment certificate. Sterling silver lapel pin and medal with light blue grosgrain ribbon, IV diameter. Pin bears the inscription "S.F. Calif. 1960" Reverse side of medal inscribed "Monroe J. Hirsch, O.D.,Ph.D.

1 Plaque. Bronze laurel wreath and medalion with red/white/blue ribbon, mounted above a dedicatory plate bearing the inscription "Doctor of Science in Optometry presented to Monroe J. Hirsch, A.B., O.D., Ph.D., Illinois College of Optometry, May 27, 1979." The above mounted on royal blue velvet background, upon-a rectangular walnut plaque, 10 1/4"xl3"

1 Plaque. Rectangular wooden plaque with Jaycees emblem and inscription, given to Dr. Hirsch in 1967. "Distinguished Service Award" 9"xll 1/2"

1 Plaque. Shield-shaped wooden plaque, 9"x6", with brass faceplate of same shape bearing this inscription: "The Honorable Monroe J. Hirsch, Councilman, April 1966 to April 1970, City of Ojai, California."

1 Brass badge with blue enameled inscription, "Monroe J. Hirsch, Councilman, City of Ojai, Calif." and California state seal in relief. 1 Framed certificate, 7"x9" from Leland Stanford Junior University, Doctor of Philosophy degree, conferred on Monroe J. Hirsch, June 15, 1947.

Framed diploma, University of California. Bachelor of Arts degree, conferred on Monroe Jerome Hirsch, May 25, 1940. (12"xl8")

Award from the California Optometric Association for outstanding service, mounted on red velvet background. Wooden, box-type frame, trimmed in brass. Presented to Dr. Hirsch at 80th Annual Congress, February, 1979. (12"xl4")

Resolution drawn at the 83rd Congress of the California Optometric Association, mourning the loss of Monroe J. Hirsch, distinguished colleague, and resolving to adjourn the House of Delegates session in honor and memory of Dr. Hirsch. Adopted February 19, 1982, Anaheim, California. 12"xl6" oak plaque upon which is mounted the resolution and protective lucite cover held in place by four decorative brass pegs.

Peacock (typically Indian art piece) of colorfully painted brass, standing 6" tall with detachable tail spread approx. 10" in diameter. Presented to Dr. Hirsch by the General Secretary, Indian Optometric Association. Inscription on back of tail indicates it was given on the occasion of the "Symposiam (sic) Relationship Between Optometry & Ophthalmology in 1973."

PERSONAL PAPERS OF M. J. HIRSCH, O.D., PH.D.
We received one archival box containing documents assembled by the donor. This records group will be, as time permits, processed and organized into series within the group and cross-referenced to areas of optometric endeavor to which they may concern. Because, however, of the importance of the papers, we shall permit qualified researchers to examine them now, as received. From the preliminary inventory made by ILAMO staff, the following is evident:

1. Original records, of the myopia research, a longitudinal refraction study and survey, made by Dr. Hirsch.

2. Patient appointment books and office bookkeeping.

3. Documents related to the history of the American Academy of Optometry. Correspondence to and from officers and fellows of the Academy. [410.01 AAO--Retain and reunite with entire collection]

4. Personal correspondence with other leaders of optometric thought.

5. Comments on optometric publications, book and manuscript reviews. Suggestions and critique.

7. Answers to colleagues and non-optometrists seeking his opinion to solve numerous problems encountered in the course of studies, projects and/or clinical decision making.

8. Records concerning optometric education, his role as educator, and his career as an educator, author, lecturer.

9. Throughout the records there are numerous references to significant aspects of the sociology of optometry.
10. Reprints: very few. The donor, or the owner himself, must have discarded or donated elsewhere secondary source materials, particularly reprints of Dr. Hirsch's articles.

The materials briefly described here are a valuable addition to our holdings on the scientific historical and socioeconomic aspects of optometry, and, of course, on the life and work of Dr. Monroe J. Hirsch.
725 ABANDONED 05/10/1984  
HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. Box containing antique spectacles.

Spectacles--antique of little value, 2 with gold bridges (3)
Antique cases (4)
Spectacles gold rim (fill?), (1)
Case (1)
Lacquered case, probably of some value (1)
Gold fill oxford, reparied (1)
lorgnette case for lorgnette already contributed from Wini Hirsch (1)
1048 ABANDONED 02/04/1985  
HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. HIRSCH, WINIFRED W. Correspondence Monroe J. Hirsch, O. D. Ralph E. Wick, O.D. Grace Weiner etc. 911 ABANDONED 01/20/1988 Ojal
HISTORIC GEBHARDT MANSION BRANTIGAN, CHARLES O. Material pertaining to Bess Coleman, O.D., a black woman who attended Northern Illinois College of Optometry in 1934 and is known to have practiced optometry in Chicago 878 ABANDONED 08/1988 Denver
HOARE, ARTHUR HOARE, ARTHUR California minutes 1091 ABANDONED 11/09/1966 Costa Mesa
HOARE, ARTHUR HOARE, ARTHUR See box labeled Arthur E. Hoare, 00D. (G0F0 50104) for records groups
orginated at the many offices held by Dr. Hoare, which were surrendered
to the Archives, May 1970.
728 ABANDONED 05/1970 Costa Mesa
HOARE, ARTHUR HOARE, ARTHUR The 1944-1945 Year Book of Optometry. Published by the New York State Optometric
Association, Inc., in the interests of organized Optometry. D.K. Uttal, Editor.
New York City, NY, 1945.
727 ABANDONED 08/08/1984 Costa Mesa
HOARE, BARBARA HOARE, BARBARA INVENTORY OF ARCHIVAL MATERIAL
Dr. Arthur E. Hoare personal papers: Mrs. Julia Wingrove-Perry case.

1) Letters, telegram, & postcard from Mrs. J.P. Wingrove-Perry.

2) Letters from Dr. A.E. Hoare.

3) Letters from Doctors consulted by Mrs. Wingrove-Perry and case histories.

4) A report, "To whom it may concern." by Sidney Brownsberger, M.D.

5) Photographs of Mrs. Wingrove-Perry.

6) A summary of the Wingrove-Perry case by Mrs. Barbara Hoare.

Total items in the group - 33.
Note: 1 pair of prism eyeglasses, complete with case, prescribed by Sir Steward Duke-Elder for Mrs. J. P. Wingrove-Perry, are displayed in the "Hoare" section of the AOA Museum.

Records group of personal correspondence, Mrs. Barbara Hoare.
12 items.

Records group: biography of Arthur E. Hoare, O.D., by Mrs. Barbara Hoare.

Records group of photographs, Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.
10 items.

Records group of personal papers, Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.
43 items.

Records group of certificates, Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.
3 items.

Memorabilia of World War I, Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.

a. New Zealand medical corps insignia, 2 items.

b. Jacket buttons, 2 items. (4 stars represent the Southern
Cross constellation.)

c. Medical corps insignia with crown worn on his hat.

d. New Zealand Y.M.C.A. insignia. (Dr. Hoare worked closely with the Y.M.C.A. during his second tour of duty.)

e. Chevron. (4 "hash marks" represent 4 years of service in W.W.I.)

f. Leather dogtag. Sgt. A. E. Hoare. Eyeglasses

1 pair of folding pince-nez glasses, with case, once belonging to Mary B. Hoare, mother of Arthur E. Hoare.

1 silver double lorgnette, once belonging to Mary B. Hoare, mother of Arthur E. Hoare.

1 pair pince-nez glasses, once belonging to Mary B. Hoare, mother of Arthur E. Hoare.

1 pair of prism eyeglasses, complete with case, prescribed by
Sir Steward Duke-Elder for Mrs. J. p. Wingrove-Perry, 1955.

1 pair of pince-nez glasses, without lenses, in leather case inscribed "H. Borsch, Optician, 103 E. Adams St., Chicago."

1 pair of rimless pince-nez glasses, in case inscribed "Eyesight
& Spectacle Specialist, J. D. Caffin, 69, London Road,
Liverpool."

1 pair of multiple pin hole disc glasses. Used to detect certain anomalies in the retina.

3 test lenses used in prescribing low vision aids.

1 prism. Used in subnormal vision work.
Instruments and Tools

2 ophthalmoscopes manufactured by Bausch & Lomb

2 small instruments used for subnormal vision patient examination. Tests vision with different size of aperature.

1 pinhole disc. Used to detect certain anomalies in retina.

1 red lens mounted on stem. Used to detect muscular imbalance.

1 millimeter rule for pupillary distances.

1 centimeter rule for pupillary distances.

5 pair of pliers

5 miscellaneous tools

1 pair of prescription eyeglasses, with case, belonging to
Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.

1 pair of prescription sunglasses, with case, belonging to
Arthur E. Hoare, O.D.

1 pair of low vision aids prescribed for Noble Pennell of
Australia before he became a patient of Dr. Hoare.

1 pair of low vision aids, with case, prescribed for "Tex"
Rickards of Australia before he became a patient of Dr. Hoare.
729 ABANDONED 06/1972 Costa Mesa
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES 12 ASAE booklets. 999 ABANDONED 12/11/1985 Harrisburg
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES 1 copy of ASAE video tape, A Special Responsibility, (1/2 VHS) 1000 ABANDONED 01/1986 Harrisburg
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OPTOMETRIC EXECUTIVES 4 cassette programs from the 1986 (spring) ASAE Convention. 998 ABANDONED 06/13/1986 Harrisburg
JACKMAN, PHILLIP JACKMAN, PHILLIP American Optometric Association 1967 life membership (wallet-type) card "... to certify that Phillip Jackman, O.D. ..." "39 years of continuous membership"
American Optometric Association "Certificate of life membership. This certifies that Phillip Jackman ..." July 1, 1967; signed by John G. Sugg, President of AOA and J. C. Tumblin, Sec./Treasurer of AOA.
American Optometric Association "Certificate of membership. This certifies that Norman Jackman, of Hackensack, New Jersey . . ." Mar. 15, 1953; signed by James. F. Wahl, President of AOA and Ernest H. Kiekenapp, Sec'. of AOA.
New Jersey Optometric Association "Resolution honoring Dr. Phillip Jackman ... adopted in annual meeting assembled this 4th day of December, 1966" Signed by H. L. Moss, O.D., Chairman, Board of Trustees.
Northern Illinois College of Optometry "The 101st convocation of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, May 27, 1949, @ 10:00 a.m., Northern Illinois College Auditorium; 4017 Drexel Boulevard; Chicago." 8p. 
Optometric Extension Program "This certifies that Phillip Jackman, Opt, D. has been duly appointed Clinical Associate of this program. . ." 1939; signed by E. B. Alexander, Opt. D. National Director and Jewel Young, National Secretary.
Sugg, John G., President, American Optometric Association (letter dated July 1, 1967 to Phillip Jackman, O.D. congratulating Dr. Jackman on his election to life membership to the Association by the House of Delegates at the meeting inPortland, Oregon.)
796 ABANDONED 03/15/1968 Hackensack
KARP, IRVING B. KARP, IRVING B. Thesis: Karp, Irving B. "Optometry in New York State" April 24, 1962

The Journal of the New York State Optoma trio Association, July-August1962, Vol. 30, No, &, single issue.

The Columbia Optometrist, May 1936, Vol. 10, No. 2, single issue.

Fundamentalsof an Ideal Optometric Practice Issued by The Bureau of Optometric Information, American Optometric Association, 1919.

Report of First Conference to Establish Optometric Standards Todd, William S., Ed. (At St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 13-14, 1922.) Department of Education, American Optometric Association, Box 1042, Hartford, Connecticut.

Report of the Clinic Committee of The Optometrioal Society of the City of New York Feb. 10, 1932.
A Few Important Ophthalmic Reminders for the Busy Practitioner The Fellows Medical Mfg. Co., Ltd.; 26 Christopher Street; New York, New York. 1916.

Two letters dated February 1961
787 ABANDONED 02/15/1967 Flushing
KENNEBECK, M.J. O.D. KENNEBECK, M.J. O.D. 2015.FIC.0108 ~ Standard Optical Company Lens Centering and Axis Marking Instrument. U. S. Patent - May 16, 1905. Manufactured only by The Standard Optical Co. Geneva, New York (1905) 1201 ABANDONED 06/1972 Muskegon
KIDDER, JO KIDDER, JO Vintage Medal for Women's' Auxiliary to the AOA 770 ABANDONED 09/06/2001 Universal City
KIDDER, JO KIDDER, JO Small star-shaped bronze medal (badge) from 34th Annual Congress, American Optometric Association, San Antonio TX 1931 approx. 2" x 2" [see image attached] 769 ABANDONED 03/21/2006 Universal City
KIDDER, JO KIDDER, JO Woman's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Association metal charm/fob, 1" diameter circle with triangular Auxiliary logo engraved. Gold filled, with ring for attaching. (Haltom) 771 ABANDONED 09/20/2011 Universal City
KIEKENAPP, ERNEST KIEKENAPP, ERNEST 1 Wood file cabinet
3 wood bookcases
1 typewriter (Royal, manual)
1 briefcase with Dr. Kiekenapp's initials (Blond leather)
1 Radio (tube table radio)
3 Wooden desk chairs (office style)
1 Photo of Mrs. Kiekenapp --Oval Gold Frame
1 Photo of Mrs. Rice -- Square golden & brown frame
1 Optometric Instrument (eye examination)
1 Zurah fex in red plastic case
1 Desk Lamp
1 Desk Box in metal with E.H.K initials
1 Paper weight with Azteca inscription
1 Gavel with golden band reading "Hotel Seville, Miami Beach"
1 Paper holde (for clippings & notes)
1 Desk holder (for correspondance)
1 Weather forecast machine
1 Desk mat (Dark Green)
1 Kodak camera
1 Wood open file & 1 metal desk top model file
1 Willow table
1 "think" plaque
8 non-optometric books
1 White jewel case containing 17 lapel studs
Miscellaneous
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KIRSCHENMANN, REINHOLD KIRSCHENMANN, REINHOLD Boeder, Paul. Analysis of Prismatic Effects in Bifocal Lenses. American Optical Company, Bureau of Visual Science, 1939.

Brown, C. H. The Optician's Manual, a Treatise on the Science and Practice of Optics. Philadelphia: The Keystone, 1896.

Calkins, T. H. Essentials of Modern Lens Theory and Practice. Indianapolis: Continental Optical Co., 1950.

DeSchweinitz, George E. Diseases of the Eye 8th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders Co., 1916.

Gelius, Siegfried, Ernest Khuon, Heinz Pellert, et al. Rodenstock: 100 Years for Better Vision. Munich: Optische Werke G. Rodenstock, 1977.

Glazebrook, R.T. Physical Optics. 4th ed. London: Longmans, Green, &Co., 1898.

Haab, 0. Atlas and Epitome of Ophthalmoscopy and Ophthalmoscopic Diagosis. Edited by G.E. DeSchweinitz, from the 3rd German ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Sounders, 1901

Hartridge, Gustavus. The Refraction of the Eye, a Manual for Students. 6th ed. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son &Co., 1894. 251p.

Hatcher, Richard J. The Basic Principles of Ophthalmic Lens Grinding for the Apprentice Lens Grinder. Minneapolis: N.P. Benson Optical Company, 19

Heather, J. F. Mathematical Instruments, Their Construction, Adjustment, Testing, and Use. Volume 2: Optical Instruments. London: Crosby Lockwood & Son, 1888.

Holmes, Clark, et al. Guide to Occupational and Other Visual Needs. Volume 1. Publ. by the author, 1958. (also volume 2 - looseleaf- Vision-Ease Corporation, St. Cloud, Minnesota, 19 .)

Jackson, Edward Skiascopy and its practical application to the study of refraction. Philadelphia: Edwards and Docker Co., 1895.

Job Coach for Prescription Shop Operations. Bausch & Lomb, c1946, 1970 reprint.

Kozol, Frank. Ophthalmic Fitting and Adjusting. Philadlephia: Chilton Books, c1958, 1964 printing.

Lens and Frame Information. Horseheads, NJ: Winchester Optical Company, 19

Levoy, Monroe B. The Art of Positive Dispensing. New York: Official Publications.

Lewis, James J. Pocket Ophthalmic Dictionary... 9th ed. Published by the author, 1946. (re-bound)

Maddox, Ernest E, Tests and Studies of the Ocular Muscles. Bristol: John Wright & Co., 1898. (loose binding)

May, Charles H. Manual of the Diseases of the Eye, for Students and General Practitioners. 9th ed., rev. New York: William Wood & Co., 1917.

McCormick, Charles. Optical Truths. Chicago: McCormick Optical College, 1898.

Murphy, Frank G. Be Beautiful in Glasses. Published by the author, c1921.

Nettleship, Edward. Diseases of the Eye. 6th American ed. Revised and edited by Wm. Campbell Posey. Philadelphia: Lea & Brothers & Co., 1900.

Morris, William F., and Charles A. Oliver, editors. System of Diseases of the Eye. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1900, c!896-1899. (4 volume set)

Ophthalmic Instrument Handbook. Chicago: The House of Vision, 1953.

Orthogon Surfacing Data. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, (spiral bound)

Savage, G. C. Ophthalmic Myology, A Systematic Treatise on the Ocular Muscles. 2nd ed. Nashville: published by the author, 1911.

Surfacing Data for Orthogon Lenses. Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1940.

Titmus, Edward H. Looking Through the Lens. Petersburg, VA : published by the author, 1953.

Tscherning, M. Physiological Optics; Dioptrics of the Eye, Functions of the Retina, Ocular Movements and Binocular Vision.

Optical Journal & Review of Optometry. Julyl, 1975 (112:13) (special article on 5 generations" of the McAllisters)

Optometric Management September 1978 (14:9)

Vedere International December 1977; Suppl #6, 1978 "Special Export Issue" Suppl. #6,1984 "Special Export Issue"

BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS

1896 SYSTEMS OF DISEASES OF T.HE EYE. VOLUME I, II, III & IV BY MORRIS & OLIVER.
1916 DISEASES OF THE, EYE. FIGHT. EDITION. BY DE-SCHWEINITZ.
1895 SKIASCOPY. BY EDWARD JACKSON. ? ANALYSIS OF PRISMATIC EFFECTS IN BIFOCAL- .LENSES. BY AMERICAN OPTICAL. ? GUIDE TO OCCUPATIONAL AND OTHER VISUAL NEEDS. VOLUME I AND II. BY HOLMES.
1888 OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. BY J.F. HEATHER.
1898 OPTICAL TRUTHS. BY DR. McCORMICK.
1898 TEXT BOOK OF SCIENCE. BY R.T. GLAZEBROOK.
1894 REFRACTION OF THE EYE. ^BY GUSTAVUS HARTRIDGE.
1898 OCULAR MUSCLRS. BY ERNEST E. MADDOX.
1901 OPT HALMO SCOPE DIAGNOSIS, i BY DR. 0. HAAB.
1900 DISEASES OF THE EYE. BY EDWARD NETTLE SHIP .:
1917 DISEASES JOF'THE EYE. BY CHARLES H. MAY.
1911 OFTHAIMIC MYOLOGY. BY G.C." SAVAGE, \0 PHYSIOLOGIC OPTICS. BY DR. M. TSCHERING.
1921 BE BEAUTIFUL IN GLASSES. "ILLUSTRATED. BY FKA*-TK MURPHY.
1968 THE ART OF POSITIVE DISPENSING. BY MONROE B. LEVOY.
? THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR EYES.
? CATARACTS, BY DERRICK VAIL.
1964- OFTHAIMIC FITTING AND ADJUSTING. BY FRANK KOZOL,
1953 LOOKING THROUGH THE LENS. BY EDWARD H. TITMUS.
1946 POCKET OPTHALMIC DICTIONARY AND ENCYLOPEDIA. 9TH EDITION Bv LEWIS.
1958 BAUSCH AND I.OMB. HELPFUL HINTS.
1964 MARKING STANDARDS. BY OPTICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION.
1911 HOW PERFECT LENSES ARE MAKE. BY M-A-LEESE OPTICAL CO.
1950 ESSENTIALS OF MODERN LENS THEORY AND PRACTICE. BY CONTINENTAL OPTICAL CO.
1896 THF OPTICIANS MANUAL. BY C.H. BROWN.
1950 FASHION EYE YEAR. BY HARLEQUIN CORPORATION.
1910 SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. ILLUSTRATED. BY DR. S. GALESKI.
1910 PRICE AND DESCRIPTION CATALOG. BY AMERICAN OPTICAL.
1930 FRAME, LENS, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT PRICE CATALOG. BY SHUR-ON STANDARD OPT. CO
1958 LENS FACTS AND DATA. BY BAUSCH AND LOME.
1957 PRODUCT HANDBOOK. BY VISION EASE.
1940 SURFACING DAT\R ORTHOGON LENSES. BY BAUSCH AND LOME.
1950. JOB COACH FOR RX SHOP. BY BAUSCH AND LOME.
1977 100 YEARS FOR BETTER VISION. BY RODENSTOCK.
? OPTHALMIC INSTRUMENT HANDBOOK. BY HOUSE OF VISION.
? LENS AND FRAME INFORMATION. BY WINCHESTER OPTICAL CO.
? OPTHALMIC LENS GRINDING. BY'RICHARD HATCHER.


Spectacles

1650 "BOLIAN" #36 ON LENSES. WORN BY COLONISTS.
1740 ENGLISH. TORTOISE SHELL (BRITTLE).
1775 ENGLISH. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. BRASS RAILWAY GLASSES Y/ITH SECOND HINGED
SIDE LENSES.
1775 FRENCH. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. BLUE STEEL RAILWAY GLASSES. K-NOSE PIECE WITH
SIDE LENSES.
1776 MFG. ?. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR RIBBON. #20 ON LENSES.
1776 MFG. ?. SLIDING TEMPLES V/ITH LOOP FOR RIBBON. #11 ON TEMPLE,
1780 "REICH". HEAVY DUTY SLIDING TEMPLES V/ITH LOOP FOR RIBBON.
1780 "BENS". SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR RIBBON.
178,4 "MOSES". BEN FRANKLIN TYPE BIFOCAL.
1795 FRENCH. STEEL WITH K-NOSE PIECE. TURNPIN BOWS AND LOOP FOR CORD. #8 ON LENSES.
1800 ENGLISH. REVOLUTIONARY ERA. STEEL TURNPIN TEMPLES,
1800 MFG. ?. FASHIONABLE QUIZZING GLASS.
1812 MFG. ?. #20 AND "C AND P" ON SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR RIBBON. '
1820 MFG. ?. PRE CIVIL WAR ERA. BLUE LENSES. SLIDING EXTENSION TEMPLES.
1820 MFG. ?. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR RIBBON. #8 ON TEMPLE. (1 TEMPLE MISSING).
1820 MFG. ?. SILVER. REFINEMENT OF THICKNESS AND CONSTRUCTION. SLIDING. TEMPLES, #26 ON TEMPLE,
1820 MFG. ?. SLIDING TEMPLES. LOOP FOR RIBBON. #8 ON TEMPLES.
1820 MFC-,, ?. BRASS, SLIDING LOOPED TEMPLES FOR CORD. #10 ON TEMPLE.
1825 GERMANY. SILVER FOLDING LORGNETTE WITH LONG HANDLE.
1830 MFG. ?. PRE CIVIL WAR ERA. #18 ON TEMPLE. LOOPS FOR RIBBON.
1830 MFG. ?. BOX JOINT STYLE SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP. #13 ON TEMPLE,
1837 SWEDISH, K-SHAPED NOSE PIECE. THIN WIRE. TURN PIN TEMPLES.
MFG. ?. STRAIGHT TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR CORD, AMERICAN. .W.V. BRADY, NEW YORK.
184-6 MFG. ?. HARD RUBBER SPRING TYPE BRIDGE. BLUE COQUILLE LENSES.
184.6 MFG. ?. EYEGLASS. HARD RUBBER. ADJUSTABLE STEEL SPRING BRIBGE GUARDS*
1846 MFG. ?. HARD RUBBER. SPRING TYPE BRIDGE WITH PAPER MACHE CASE.
184-8 "SCHILDKNECHT". SUNGLASSES. SLIDING TEMPLES. LOOP FOR CORD.
1848 MFG. ?. LORGNETTE. ORNATFD PLATINUM.
1850 MFG. ?. NICKEL PLATED FRAMES. FLAT TAPERED WITH ENLARGED "K" TYPE BRIDGE.
1850 FRENCH. STEEL RMS. "X" NOSE PIECE. PULPIT EYES FOR READING. HOOKS FOR FOR ATTACHING TO REGULAR GLASSES.
1852 MFG. ?. Y.G.F. 12K GOLD NOSE PIECE WITH OPEN PAPER MACHE CASE.
1859 NOEL'S. Y.G.F. 12K WITH OPEN END CASE,
1860 MFG. ?. SILVER NOSE PIECE. PROTOTYPE OF ONE PIECE PERFECTION(FLAT)BIFOCAL HELD TOGETHER BY PRESSURE.
1860 MFG. ?. 14K GOLD FILLED FRAME. FRANKLIN TYPE BIFOCAL. 8.17 ON TEMPLE.
1860 AMERICAN. PRE CIVIL WAR ERA. ENGLISH NOSE PIECE.
1860 ENGLISH. FRSE OF YELLOW GOLD. LOOP FOR RIBBON. #12 ON TEMPLE.
1860 AMERICAN OPTICAL. MADE OF BLUE STEEL. LOOPED TEMPLES.
1860 FRENCH, SUNGLASSES OF SMOKE COLOR. "W" TYPE NOSE PIECE. SMALL LOOPED TEMPLES
1860 ENGLISH* YELLOW METAL FRAMES. #12 ON TEMPLE.
1860 SPENCFR OPTICAL. STEEL CURLED NOSE PIECE. BEVELED EHDPIECE.
1860 FRENCH. VICTORIAN LORGNETTE.' SILVER GILT FRAME. TORTOISE SHELL.
1869'- MFG. ?. INDIAN WAR ERA. FRAME OF ALUMNICO. CABLE TEMPLES.
1869 MFG. ?. INDIAN WAR ERA. 12K G.F. STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
1869 AMERICAN OPTICAL. THIN GOLD FRAMES. CABLE TEMPLES.
1869 AMERICAN. PROTECTIVE GOGGLES. WITH COBALT SENSES CONTAINING A SILVER METAL
WHICH CAN RETAIN ITS HARDNESS UP TO 1000� C. TINTED WITH COBALT OXIDE. WORN ON FIRST TRANS-CONTINENTAL TRAIN. GLASS IS SURROUNDED BY WIRE SCREEN, METAL CASE,
1869 AMERICAN. PROTECTIVE GOGGLES. WORN BY MORMONS.
1870 MFG. ?. THIN GOLD FRAMES. CABLE TEMPLES SUPPORTED WITH SPRING FOR TENSION,
1870 SHUR-ON. FINGER PIECE COIL SPRING TYPE WITH CHAIN AND EAR LOOP.
1870 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO, SHOOTING GLASS WITH CLEAR CENTER & OPAQUE SIDES.
1876 MFG. ?. INDIAN WAR ERA. BLUE STEEL WIRE.' PADDLE TIP TEMPLES.
1880 FRENCH. PINCE-NEZ WITH MOVEABLE NOSE PIECES. CHAIN & LAPEL PIN.
1880 MFG. ?. STRONG BRIDGE MADE FOR ADJUSTMENT. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LARGE LOOP.
#14- ON TEMPLE.
1880 FRENCH. W-NOSE PIECE. STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1880 MFG. ?. BLUE STEEL FRAMES. STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1880 AMERICAN OPTICAL. STEEL. OVAL SHAPE WITH SMALL LOOPS.
1880 MFG. ?. GOLD FRAME WITH SMALL TEMPLE LOOP.
1880 MFG. ?. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR RIBBON. #11 ON TEMPLE.
1880 MFG. ?. HFAVY BRIDGE. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR CORD. #9 ON TEMPLE. o
1880 FRENCH. W-NOSE PIECE. STRAIGHT'. TEMPLFS. o
1880 FRENCH. METAL RMS. W-NOSE ,PIEGE. CABLE TEMPLES.
1880 MFG. ?. BLUE STEEL SPECS. LEATHER OVER VELVET CASE. NICKEL CHAIN AND
MEDALLION.. ''HOOKS ON SHIRT POCKET.
1885 MFG. ?. INDIAN YfAR ERA. NICKEL SILVER. TEMPLES WITH LOOPS.
1885 MFG. ?. THIN GOLD FRAMES WITH SMALL LOOPS. #24 ON TEMPLE. QUARTZ LENSES KNOWN AS "PEBBLES".
1885 MFG. ?. INDIAN WAR ERA. STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
1885' AMERICAN OPTICAL. FRAME OF ALUMNICO. STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
1885 AMERICAN OPTICAL. UK G.E. WITH STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1885 MFGS ?. INDIAN WAR ERA. HEAVY FRAME WITH STRAIGHT TEMPLFS.
1885 MFG, ?. SLIDING TEMPLES WITH LOOP FOR CORD. #24 ON TFMPLE. MFTAL CASE.
1S87 MFG. ?. BLUE STEEL. NOW SCREWS. LENSES HELD BY RIM PRESSURE.
1890 AMERICAN OPTICAL. "FITS-U" TRIAL FRAME.
1890 AMERICAN. GRAB FRONT WITH BAR SPRING.
1890 AMERICAN OPITICAL. "FITS-U" CHAIN AND HAIR PIN.
1890 AMERICAN OPTICAL. PULPIT EYES FOR READING,
1890 AMERICAN OPTICAL. FITS-U CHAIN AND EAR. LOOP.
1890 AMERICAN. PULPIT EYES FOR READING. ALUMNICO. HOOKS FOR ATTACHING TO REGULAR GLASSES.
1890 MFG. ?. HEAVY BRIDGE FOR ADJUSTMENT. STRAIGHT BOWS WITH LARGE LOOP.
1893 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ. CHAIN AND HAIR PIN.
18.95 MFG. ?. PINCE-NEZ. CHAIN AND HAIR PIN.
1895 LEVY, DREYFUS & CO. PINCE-NEZ. CHAIN & ZYLON1TE HAIR PIN.
1895 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ. ;(BROKEN CHAIN).
1895 A CO 0. PINCE -NEZ 1/10 12K G.F. CHAIN & HAIR PIN BY LEVY, DREYFUS & CO,
1895 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ, UK WHITE G.F.
1895 MFG. ?. PINCE-NEZ WITH CABLE TEMPLES.
1897 BAUSCH & LOME. PRESSED ENDPIECE. CABLE TEMPLES.
1897 BAUSCH & LOME. PRESSED ENDPIECE. SADDLE BRIDGE. CABLE TEMPLES.
1898 MFG. ?. GOLD PINCE-NEZ WITH CHAIN & LAPEL PIN.
1899 AMERICAN OPTICAL. IOXIT 1/10 12K G.F. JOHN L. BORSCH TYPE SUNKEN TRIFOCAL.
1900 MFG.?* SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA. PINCE-NEZ.
1900 BISHOP. GOLD PINCE-NEZ WITH CHAIN AND LAPEL PIN.
1900 MFG. ?. THIN GOLD FRAME.'" CQMFORT FIT TEMPLES. CEMENTED WAF^R BIFOCALS.
1900 BISHOP. GOLD PINCE-NEZ. EYE GLASS HOOK AND LAPEL PIN.
1900 BISHOP. GOLD PINCE-NEZ. CHAIN AND LAPEL PIN.
1900 ENGLISH. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA. BLUE STEEL WIRE.,, HALF EYE.
1900 MFG. ?. LORGNETTE. UK FOLDING OXFORD.
1901 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ 1/10 12K G.F. CHAIN & HAIR PIN.
1901 AMERICAN. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR EM. PINCE-NEZ.
1901 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ WITH BLACK ENAMEL ON METAL AUTOMATIC EYEGLASS HOLDER. BY KETCHUM & McDOUGALL.
1901 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ. PLATINOID. LOOP FOR CHAIN.
1903 AMERICAN. PINCE-NEZ. HALF EYES. CHAIN AND HAIR PIN.
1903 AMERICAN. 12K G.F. HALF GLASSES DESIGNED BY DR. BRIGGS.
1908 WILLSON. PINCE.-NEZ. GOLD CHAIN AND REEL.
1908 C.Y. WILLSON. PINCE-NEZ. WRITE GOLD. #30 ON LENSES.
1910 KING OPTICAL. BLUE STEEL WIRE. STRAIGHT'TEMPLES.
1910 MFG. ?. MOTOR CAR GOGGLE. WORN IN HORSELESS BUGGY (OPEN TOURING CAR).
1910 FRENCH. ZYLONITE FOLDING SPECTACLE. PIVOT BRIDGE AND HINGED TEMPLES.
1910 AMERICAN OPTICAL AMOPTISCOPE-(QUIZZER),
1910 MFC, ?. RIMLESS MAGNIFIER WITH RIBBON.
1910 MFG. ?. FOLDING LORGNETTE. ORNAMENTED LAPEL PIN.
1912 AMERICAN. NICKEL FRAMES WITH SMOKE LENSES.
1912 MFG. ?. NICKEL FRAMES. BLUE Ml-COQUILLE LENSES
1912 AMERICAN. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA. STEEL FRAMES.
1912, 15 HARDY & COMPANY. TRIAL FITTING FRAMES. 'WHITE RHODIUM.
1912 AMERICAN. NICKEL FRAMES. ;BLUE COQUILLE LENSES.
1912 MFG. ?. MAGNIFIER.
19H MFG. ?. EYEGLASS. ZYL FOLDING OXFORD.
1914 MFG. ?. GOLD PINCE*NEZ. '" o
1914- AMERICAN. WORLD WAR I ERA. STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
19H MFG. ?, LOXH. THREE PIECE. GOLD. CABLE TEMPLES,
1914- DR. MAUVE.$2 STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1914- AMERICAN. "ON-U" CLING TIGHT WITH THIN BLACK ZYLONITE OUTER RIM.
1914 AMERICAN. THREE PIECE RIMLESS. 1/16 12K G.F. CEMENTED WAFER BIFOCALS.
1914 AMERICAN. (EVERYBODY'S) RIMLESS PINCE-NEZ 1/10 12K G.F. CHAIN & HAIR PIN
1914 MFG. ?. OXFORD. TORTOISE SHELL,
1914 MFG. ?. WORLD WAR I ERA. SPFCS WITH STRAIGHT TEMPLFS.
1914 MFG. ?. THREE PIECE GOLD RIMLESS.
1914 MFG. ?. WORLD WAR I ERA. SPECS WITH STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1914 MFG. ?. SPECS WITH CABLE TEMPLES.
1914 HARDY, THREE PIECE RIMLESS. WHITE GOLD.
1914 AMERICAN. THREE PIECE RIMLESS. BY HARDY. '
1914 MFG. ?. THREE PIECE GOLD RIMLESS.
1914 MFG. ?. THREE PIECE GOLD RIMLESS. CABLE TEMPLES,
1914 MFG. ?. SPECS.WITH STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
1914 MFG. ?. SPECS WITH STRAIGHT BACK TEMPLES.
1914 TAW & CO. WORLD WAR I ERA. CABLE, TEMPLES.
1914 GX SX. THIN GOLD CABLE.
1915 PINCE-NEZ. AUBURN LENSES.
1916 ARISTOCRAT. 12K G.F. OXFORD. RIMS COVERED WITH ZYLONITE.
1916 ARISTOCRAT. 12K OXFORD.
1916 MFG. ?. ZYLONITE PINCE-NEZ. BISHOP EYEGLASS HOOK & CHAIN.
1916 MFG. ?. OXFORD. 12K.
1916 SOCIETY^ STERLING LIVER FOLDING OXFORD AND CHAIN.
1917 MFG. ?. FOLDING OXFORD. UK.
1917 AMERICAN, 12K G.F. DETENT 'SPRING FOLDING OXFORD. CHAIN & LAPEL PIN.
1918 STOCO. 1/10 12K G.F. FRAMES. MYO DISC LENSES.
1918 AMERICAN. THIN STEEL. STRAIGHT TEMPLES.
1918 MFG. ?. THIN GOLD RIM. CABLE TEMPLES, "
1918 AMERICAN, SHFLLTEX. 1/10 12K G.F. CRYSTAL CHERRY, IMITATION SHELL.
1918 AMERICAN. 1/20 12K G.F. FRAMES. CABLE TEMPLES.
1918 MFG. ?. WORLD WAR I ERA. SPECS. CABLE TEMPLES.
1918 MFG. ?. -VORLD 'WAR I ERA. SPECS.
1918 SHUR-ON. CRYSTAL CHERRY IMITAION SHELL. CEMENTED WAFER BIFOCALS.
1918 BY SOOO, GOLD FRAMES. CABLE TEMPLES.
1920 MFG. ?. WORLD WAR I ERA. FRAME" OF TORTOISE SHELL.
1920 MEXICAN. PIERCING GLASSES.
1920 MFG. ?. ZYLONITE CLIP ON. '
1920 MFG. ?. SILVER FRAME WITH SILVFR PADS. CABLE TEMPLES,
1920 CONTINENTAL OPTICAL CO. "WANDG" 14K METAL PADS.
1920 NATIONAL OPTICAL CO. SPRING OXFORD. 1/10 12K.
1920 MERLE. PREDATED METAL HINGE'
1924 MFG. ?. ENGRAVED. PLATINUM. FILLED. .
1924 MFG. ?. GOLD FILLED FRAME COVERED WITH ZYLONITE RBiS. DOUBLE CONCAVE LENSES.
1924 "ONLINCON" 1/10 12K ZYLONITE'RIMS.
1924 MFG. ?. PRE WORLD WAR II ERA. SPECS WITH CABLE TEMPLES,
1924 MFG. ?. FUL VUE. 1/10 12K GOLD FILLED. CABLE TEMPLES,
1924 STEVENS & CO, GOLD FRAME. CABLE TEMPLES.
1924 MFG. ?. GOLD ENGRAVED FRAME. CABLE TEMPLES..
1924 WINDSORS. ZYLONITE RIMS. CEMENTED WAFER BIFOCALS
1924 AMERICAN.' 1/10 TROY 12K ZYLONITE RIMS. /WITH ULTEX A BIFOCALS.
1924 AMERICAN. STOCO. ZYLONITE RIMS.
1924 WINDSORS. ZYLONITE RIMS.
1924 PRE WORLD WAR II ERA. SPECS WITH CABLE TEMPLES.
1924 AMERICAN OPTIC