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By A.Y. Firth


The British Orthoptic Society published the first British\ud Orthoptic Journal in 1939, the second appeared in 1944\ud then, with the exception of 1946, annually. In the first\ud copy of the British Orthoptic Journal the editorial\ud outlines the events leading up to the formation of the\ud British Orthoptic Society, and this and the subsequent\ud history of the Society is described in the 1987 editorial,\ud the year of the Society’s Golden Jubilee. In the\ud president’s letter published in that first edition, Mary\ud Maddox wrote: ‘This journal will afford a method of\ud recording the progress of orthoptics.

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