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Description James Lind (1715-1794), Scottish doctor, portrait. Pen drawing from a portrait by Sir George Chalmers.
Date January 1956
Source Also published in Hudson, A. E. A., and Herbert, A.: James Lind, J. Hist. Med. & Allied Sc. 11: 1-12, January 1956. Courtesy of the National Library of Medicine, photograph negative No. 52-661.
Author Hudson, A.E.A.
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