Rochester NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 1913.
Illustrated by Illustrated. Pamphlet. Good with no dust jacket. Item #12898
Dampstaining and damp wrinkling, 1/2" spine tail tear, cover rubbing, otherwise light wear. Still serviceable and solid paperback stapled pamphlet. ; Dealer's label on front cover: Chas. Neuhaus & Co; Surgical and Dental Instruments; 510 N Eutaw St; Baltimore Md. Illustrated pamphlet written by Edward Bausch, Cornell engineering grad and son of the co-founder of Bausch & Lomb. Edward Bausch produced the first commercial microscope in the United States, and strove to develop an inexpensive standardized microscope for medicine and science. "Edward did for microscopes what Henry Ford did for automobiles and his father did for eyeglasses." - Donovan A. Shilling; A Photographic History of Bausch + Lomb; page 19. Early twentieth-century How-To pamphlet to aid new users of the microscople. ; 40 pages.