CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3270/2/4/3
TitleLiving Anatomy
Datec 1979
Extent1 leaf
Administrative HistoryLockhart's first significant publication, 'Living Anatomy: a photographic atlas of muscles in action and surface contours' (London: Faber, 1948) was well-received by reviewers and teachers alike. The success of this book convinced Lockhart's publishers, Faber, to back him on the significantly more ambitious 'Anatomy of the Human Body' (1959).
DescriptionNote of location of copies of prints and negatives used in 'Living Anatomy, which were appear to have been accidentally destroyed after Lockhart's retirement form the Anthropological Museum, University of Aberdeen.

It is unclear if this note does indeed mean to refer to 'Living Anatomy' or if it was intended to refer to 'Anatomy of the Human Body', but has been wrongly titled. The prints and negatives to which it refers were apparently lost after Lockhart retired from the Anthropological Museum.
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