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March 1956

Our Wonderful Eyes.

AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1956;55(3):447. doi:10.1001/archopht.1956.00930030451022

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Dr. George Wald, who wrote the foreword to this delightful little book, states in his foreword, "Mr. Perry has given us an extraordinarily lively and informative introduction to the eye and vision in this little book. As a teacher I admire its clarity and skill of presentation. As a scientist I enjoy the ingenuity with which Mr. Perry leads the reader to explore the subject for himself, in clear and simple experiments which go directly to the mark and require no special apparatus or skills."

Mr. Perry, who has lived in Washington since 1939, is a consultant on visual presentation and human relations and has worked with industries, professional societies, and federal agencies, including the National Federation of the Blind. He is extraordinarily well versed in the physiology of the eye, and has the happy facility of describing complex phenomena in relatively simple terms, and, what is even more remarkable,

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