The Brain of Man, its Architecture & Requirements : some thirty-six years ago, by a premature explosion of gunpowder, an iron bar three & a half feet long, one & a quarter inches in diameter, & weighing thirteen & a quarter pounds, was shot completely through a man's head & perforted his brain. An uncommon original article from the Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1885. Ambrose L. Ranney.

The Brain of Man, its Architecture & Requirements : some thirty-six years ago, by a premature explosion of gunpowder, an iron bar three & a half feet long, one & a quarter inches in diameter, & weighing thirteen & a quarter pounds, was shot completely through a man's head & perforted his brain. An uncommon original article from the Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1885.

London: Harper's Monthly Magazine, 1885. First Edition. Disbound. Very Good. Item #505247

10 pages, illustrated. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo (25 x 18 cms). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Harper's Magazine; Inventory No: 505247.

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