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Robert Goldschmidt and Paul Otlet revisit George Wharton Simpson's older ideas on microphotography and apply them to books, by suggesting ways in which this technique could facilitate research and save up space.

A paper initially presented at Congrès international de documentation photographique, Marseille, October 19, 1906.

Robert Goldschmidt

Paul Otlet

Rue du Musée 1, Brussels

1906

Robert Goldschmidt et Paul Otlet. Sur une forme nouvelle du livre: le livre microphotographique. Bruxelles: Institut international de bibliographie, 1906.

http://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/13788331?n=1&printThumbnails=no

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CaptionA paper initially presented at Congrès international de documentation photographique, Marseille, October 19, 1906. + and Robert Goldschmidt and Paul Otlet revisit George Wharton Simpson's older ideas on microphotography and apply them to books, by suggesting ways in which this technique could facilitate research and save up space. +
CreatorRobert Goldschmidt + and Paul Otlet +
PlaceRue du Musée 1 +
Sourcehttp://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/13788331?n=1&printThumbnails=no + and Robert Goldschmidt et Paul Otlet. Sur une forme nouvelle du livre: le livre microphotographique. Bruxelles: Institut international de bibliographie, 1906. +
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