FOREWORD
James P.C. Southall
AN APPRECIATION OF JAMES P. C. SOUTHALL. M. A
ACCOMMODATION AND AUTONOMIC INNERVATION OF THE ANTERIOR SEGMENT OF THE EYE
THE PROXIMAL FACTOR IN ACCOMMODATION AND CONVERGENCE
THE OPTOMETRISTS RESPONSIBILITY IN A PERIOD OF WAR
THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
BRITISH OPTOMETRISTS ESTABLISH JOINT WAR EMERGENCY COMMITTEE
PROCEDURE AND INSTRUMENTATION
TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY
THE LUCKIESH-MOSS TEST CHART ILLUMINATOR
THE USE OF THE OPHTHALMOSCOPE
DISTANCE OBJECT TEST TYPE FOR CHILDREN
TRIAL LENSES AND TRIAL FRAMES
TWO NEW VISUAL TEST CHARTS
CONTACT COVER LENSES IN THE REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH SCARRED AND BLIND EYES
FUNCTIONAL LIGHTING IN THE COLLEGE
EYESTRAIN A MAJOR CAUSE OF INDUSTRIAL FATIGUE
PLACEMENT OF OPTICAL CENTERS IN SINGLE VISION LENSES
THE DEMANDS OF THE SERVICES
STATE-WIDE SAFETY PROJECT INAUGURATED IN STATE HOUSE
OPTOMETRY'S PLACE IN THE CONTROL OF GLAUCOMA
THE ARTIFICIAL EYE INDUSTRY IN AMERICA
CHEMICAL WARFARE
SPECTACLES MENTIONED IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
GOOD EYESIGHT AND THE WAR EFFORT
EYE CONSERVATION PROGRAMS
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