Henri Bouley, French veterinarian

Henri Bouley, French veterinarian

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Caption: Henri Bouley (1814-1885). 1886 illustration of the pioneering French veterinarian and pathologist Henri Marie Bouley. Bouley, professor and director at the veterinary school at Maisons-Alfort, was made Inspector-General of veterinary schools in 1866, and elected to the French Academy of Sciences in 1868. A strong supporter of the theories of Pasteur, he wrote an 1873 book on contagious diseases of livestock. He was President of the French Academy of Sciences in 1885.

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