This publication consists of 10 pages of description of the technic of making a gross dissection of the brain and of 43 stereoscopic views illustrative of the gross anatomy of the brain. Since a stereoscope was not available to the reviewer; it may not be possible for him to judge accurately the relative merits of these illustrations. However, to the unaided eye they are not satisfactory. Certainly any serious student could learn far more from the gross dissection of an actual brain with any one of the several modern textbooks of neuroanatomy as a guide than from a detailed study of these views. It seems unlikely that these 43 stereoscopic views would be worth $10 to very many students.