London, South Kensington
20 October 2000
C.H. BAER, GERDA WILHELM, A. ROSU AND ANOTHER
Three photographs of hands and two medical studies, circa 1890 - 1910
Three gelatin silver prints sizes from 2¾ x 3¾ in. to 77/8 x 55/8 in., one inscribed October/November 1921, Prof. Gerda Wilhelm, the other two stamped Institute Skorpion, Gerda Wilhelm, Berlin W 35, Potsdomerstr. 113, Villa 3, zur Erde; two gelatin silver prints, each approx. 55/8 x 37/8 in., mounted on card, each with photographers' printed inscription on mount St. Gallen C.H. Baer Altstätten and A.Rosu, Bistritz, Siben
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The first three photographs are hand studies, the other two are medical subjects, including a severe head wound and a torso laceration.
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