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Doctor measuring skull curvature, 1914

Doctor measuring skull curvature, 1914

C033/2817

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45.5 x 33.5 cm ⏐ 17.9 x 13.2 in (300dpi)

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Doctor measuring skull curvature. US doctor Margaret Vampel Clark of Waterloo, Iowa, USA, using a device to measure the curvature of a child's skull. Typical skull measurements include physical characteristics such as the cephalic index (CI) and transverse cephalic curvature index (TCCI). In the early 20th century, such measures were used by anthropologists and others in their studies of different human cultures. Photographed in 1914.

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