Preface. Cogan and Verhoeff: A friendship of genius; D.M. Albert. Case Histories:- Life events and visual symptoms of Adolf Hitler; D.G. Cogan. The blindness of John Milton; G.B. Bartley. Biographies:- Neurology of the ocular muscles; Emergence of a Neuro-Ophthalmologist; S.A. Newman. William Thomson and Joseph Janvier Woodward; L.E. Zimmerman. William Fisher Norris: A Philadelphia ophthalmologist; W.C. Frayer. E.J. Curran, M.D., D.Ophth.: An Historical Vignette; C. Kalin-Johnson. Pope John XXI, Ophthalmologist; D. Blanchard. Did George McClellan commit malpractice? C.E. Letocha. A.E. Krill: A brief biography of his life and final days; G.A. Fishman. Oral History:- Toichiro Kuwabara on Dave Cogan: An interview; W.H. Spencer (ed.) History of Institutions:- The fourth Charles B. Snyder lecture: The origins of the National Eye Institute 1933--1968; F.W. Newell. A history of low vision and blind rehabilitation in the United States; J.W. Sassani. History of Ideas:- The Tarsectomy operation of A.P.L. Gillet de Grandmont (1837--1894) and its periodic rediscovery; D.M. Reifler. History of orbital decompression for Graves' ophthalmology; M.G. Alper. Brain wars: Passion and conflict in the localization of vision in the brain; R.S. Fishman. Book Reviews:- Jaeger, UEber Glaucoma; D.L. Blanchard. Optical uses of fans; J.W. Rosenthal.