Student notes on optics (In German)

Catalogue Number: 869
Student notes on optics (In German)
Category: Papers
Sub-Category: Lecture notes, student notes
Author: Ernst Goetz
Year Of Publication/Manufacture: c 1925
Time Period: 1900 to 1939
Place Of Publication/Manufacture: Jena Germany
Description Of Item: Two note books (catalogued as 869 A and B) feint ruled in grids, with hand written notes and drawings in German on the subject of optics including optics of the eye,
Historical Significance: Ernst Goetz (1903-1979) was a Melbourne optometrist born in Hemishofen at the Swiss -German border in the canton of Aschaffhausen, who was trained at the Optiker school in Jena, the home town of Zeiss. He migrated to Australia and practised in the practice of Alfred Nott in Collins Street, Melbourne. See his profile on this web site under the tab 'People who made history'.
How Acquired: Donated by Wolf Gartner, member of the College, who was given the note books by the family of Ernst Goetz
Date Acquired: 21 July 2008
Condition: Pages loose from spine binding in both books, otherwise good
Location: Archive office. East wall shelves unit 3

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