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Hooper, William M.D.
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Hooper takes several of his optical recreations from earlier editions of M. Guyot’s Nouvelles récréations physiques et mathématiques () (Hooper 19). Magic Apparatus with commentary from Magic Christian: Hooper, William, M.D.
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