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Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
A Colour Atlas of Avian Anatomy, Editor J McLelland, 1990 127pp. illus. London, Wolfe Publishing Ltd. #30. ISBN 0723415757 [Book Review], 1991
Identifier: Coll-33/Folio B 
Atlas of Avian Radiographic Anatomy. SA Smith and BJ Smith, 1992, 226 pp., illustrated. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Company. £43. ISBN 0 7216 3652 7. [book review], 1993
Black notebook containing notes for course of "Lectures on Topographical Anatomy" (lectures 1-15) and "Lectures on Vascular System" (lectures 1-2), n.d.
Scope and Contents 1. Black notebook containing notes for course of "Lectures on Topographical Anatomy" (lectures 1 - 5) and "Lectures on Vasular System" (lectures 1 - 2). From other end of notebook: Notes on bone, illustrated.
Black notebook "Lectures. Applied Anatomy 1904" with note on first page "Summer 1904. Demonstrations to Class of Applied Anatomy", 1904 - 1906
Scope and Contents 9. Black notebook entitled "Lectures. Applied Anatomy 1904" with note on the first page "Summer 1904. Demonstrations to Class of Applied Anatomy." Beginning in the middle of the notebook "Jan 1906 General Anatomy of the Spinal Cord."
Dates: 1904 - 1906
Black notebook "Lectures on Systematic Anatomy H383-4" with note inside cover "Systematic Lectures on Anatomy T.C.D. 1883-4. Senior class", 1883 - 1886
Scope and Contents 3. Black notebook entitled "Lectures on Systematic Anatomy 1883 - 4" with note inside cover "Systematic Lectures on Anatomy T.C.D 1883 - 4 Senior Class". Further on in the notebook are notes "Senior Systematic Lectures - Session 1885 - 1886 Genito-Urinary organs".
Dates: 1883 - 1886
Scope and Contents Photograph of a Buff Orpington cock with several of its prize-winning points labelled. It was shown by Mr. W J Golding of Penhurst, Kent at the Bath and West show in the early/mid 20th century.
Identifier: EUA GD60
Scope and Contents Small volume containing lists of scholars (students), their masters (surgeons who they were apprenticed to) and fees paid. In addition there are some details of boarders (1722-1736). Folded inside the volume is a copy letter of 28 June 1945 from the donor, James Watt WS, to Lord Amulree, sent to Univerity Librarian, Lauriston William Sharp.