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Coverage Dates: 1953-1983

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Begun as part B of The Photographic Journal, then published separately from 1953, The Journal of Photographic Science covers all aspects of medical, scientific and technical photography. Its wide-ranging articles by eminent authorities make it one of the most important reference works in this field.

1953-1983 Vols. 1-31

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