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5 editions of Stereoscopic Studies of Anatomy. One of the 5 editions is on the Pathological Anatomy of the Eye, while the other 4 are a complete atlas of the human body and include 250 stereoscopic views.
This collection consists of 10 photographs related to Henry Clay Davis, including views of his home, a church, and his gravestone. Also included in this collection is a photograph from the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to the memory of Kate McSorely, who was a nurse to Dr. Davis when he succumbed to Yellow Fever in 1878, and who died shortly after he did.
Composite photographs of students, faculty, and members of colleges and institutions with no affiliation or relation to Washington University.
CID exhibit materials.
This collection consists of 7 photographs of historic subjects related to dentistry, including portraits of three pioneering women in the field of American dental medicine.
This collection consists of a cover sheet and 6 reproductions of paintings and drawings depicting historical representations of men and women wearing eye-glasses.
This collection consists of 2 photographs depicting Arthur Henry Geitz in Mexico.
56 artifacts related to the 21st General Hospital. Artifacts include embroidered patches from the United States, German, and French armies, flags, armbands, uniforms, commemorative t-shirts, and various artifacts collected by Col. Lee D. Cady during his service as the commander of 21st General Hospital.
This collection consists of 8 photographs related to the depolyment of the 21st General Hospital to North Africa. The photographs depict scenes from a Meschoui (roasted sheep) Feast, including a tasting and judging of the meschoui by French Captain Louis Brajon, General Arthur R. Wilson, and Colonel Lee D. Cady. For other photographs related to General Hospital 21, please see VC013 General Hospital 21 Photographs and Drawings.
This collection consists of 22 photographs, an event program, and 4 color transparencies related to the Max A. Goldstein Rare Book Collection. The photographs depict scenes from the open house and dedication ceremony for the collection held at the Washington University School of Medicine Library Annex in 1977. The program in this collection is for that event. The four color transparencies depict a display of some of the books from the collection taken in the M. Kenton King center in 2003.
This collection consists of 13 photographs form the Surgical Service of General Hospital 21 at Ravenel Hospital in Mirecourt, France.
This collection consists of 50 lithographic prints of historic hearing devices from a scapbook put together by Max A. Goldstein. The hearing devices were collected by Goldstein and installed as an exhibit in the Library for the Central Institute for the Deaf.
This collection consists of 25 photographs, advertisements, and certificates related to hearing devices and to the life of Max A. Goldstein. The photographs primarily depict historic hearing devices in the collection of Max A. Goldstein. See VC703 for the physical devices. Certificates in this collection include a memorial resolution and a birthday certificate from Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, a St. Louis Award certificate, and a Testimonial of Appreciation from The International Congress on the Education of the Deaf. All advertisements in the collection are for hearing devices, primarily those manufactured by F.C. Rein & Son.
2 Photograph portraits.
This collection consists of 27 photographs, drawings, and newspaper advertisements on the subject of Frontier Medicine in the United States. This collection of images was displayed as a Washington University School of Medicine Library exhibit in May 1981.
This collection consists of 46 photographs and artifacts including items primarily related to Levi H. Fuson's service with Base Hospital 21 during World War I. The collection also includes three daguerrotypes depicting portraits of unidentified subjects.