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Teste de acuidade visual com projeção a manivela

Teste de acuidade visual com projeção a manivela

1960 - when nurses wore hats mingowildcat

1960 - when nurses wore hats mingowildcat

Teach your child to walk without ever having to touch the thing!  - 11 Childcare Inventions From 1900's That Will Make You Appreciate Being Born In The Future

OMG I Had No Idea Childcare In The Early 20th Century Was This Scary.

Teach your child to walk without ever having to touch the thing! - 11 Childcare Inventions From 1900's That Will Make You Appreciate Being Born In The Future

Larry Wilcox, Erik Estrada and H.R. Pufnstuf, 16 Magazine, 1970's - Seems like a strange combination.

Larry Wilcox, Erik Estrada and H.R. Pufnstuf, 16 Magazine, 1970's - Seems like a strange combination.

Ophthalmology - Retinoscopy (Part 2/2)

Ophthalmology - Retinoscopy (Part 2/2)

"We're hopeful the built up pressure will subside, but right now he's still in a…

"We're hopeful the built up pressure will subside, but right now he's still in a…

An early version of the phoropter, a device eye doctors and opticians used to find the correct corrective lens. The circa 1895 device shown in this photo housed a variety of lenses.

An early version of the phoropter, a device eye doctors and opticians used to find the correct corrective lens. The circa 1895 device shown in this photo housed a variety of lenses.

Ophthalmology equipment

Ophthalmology equipment

Ophthalmology Lecture - Eye Anatomy Part 1, wonderful

Ophthalmology Lecture - Eye Anatomy Part 1, wonderful

"Geraldine Hoff Doyle tinha 17 anos (em 1942) e estava trabalhando na American Broach & Machine Co. quando um fotógrafo tirou uma foto dela em seu trabalho.  Essa imagem foi usada por J. Howard Miller para o pôster “We Can Do It!” da Segunda Guerra Mundial.

"Geraldine Hoff Doyle tinha 17 anos (em 1942) e estava trabalhando na American Broach & Machine Co. quando um fotógrafo tirou uma foto dela em seu trabalho. Essa imagem foi usada por J. Howard Miller para o pôster “We Can Do It!” da Segunda Guerra Mundial.

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