“Leeds Portable X-Ray Coil” James G. Biddle, 1902 . Twelve pages with illustrations. The OCLC World Catalog does not list an example of this catalog in any participating library. Biddle was a retailer. This instrument was made by Morris E. Leeds & Co, a pioneering American manufacturer of x-ray apparatus. Worth noting that this catalog was issued a mere seven years after Rontgen’s discovery of x-rays. Our copy is soiled and partially disbanded but complete.
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