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Anatomy

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:

Papers and correspondence of Daniel John Cunningham

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-11
Scope and Contents There is a substantial sequence of notebooks and working papers containing detailed notes of experiments and dissections together with drawings and drafts for lectures, and a separate sequence of manuscripts for lectures and addresses. There are many autograph letters from eminent anatomists and medical men, including ten letters from Joseph Lister. An item of particular interest is an album of 96 photographs from Cunningham's service on the South African War Royal Commission. The subjects...

Papers of Joseph Black and family

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-16
Scope and Contents 5 boxes of correspondence between himself and a variety of individuals (including James Watt, Prince Paul Dashkov, John Robison) and on a variety of subjects: linen bleaching, use of lime water, assays of ores, civic water supply, mineralogical specimens, absorption of heat etc 1 box of family letters between Black, his father and his brothers Samuel, George and Thomas ...

Papers of Professor James Couper Brash

 Fonds — Box Dk.6.24
Identifier: Coll-94
Scope and Contents The papers of Professor Brash consist of material on the history of anatomy and on the three Monros (Alexander Monro, primus; Alexander Monro, secundus; Alexander Monro, tertius), miscellaneous papers and photographs. There are notes, notebooks, and printed material.

Papers of Sir George Ballingall

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-53
Scope and Contents The Sir George Ballingall material is composed of correspondence and papers, 1801-1855. In March 1995, when researching in Edinburgh University Library, Dr. Roger Cooter of the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, in Manchester, dictated the papers onto tape and produced transcripts of about 70 per cent of the documents, following the order in which they had been placed in the original boxes. The transcripts, produced in haste, and which may not be accurate in detail, have been placed in...

Petition by Edinburgh University medical students for more cadavers of anatomical study

 Collection — Box Coll-1615 (E2015.19)
Identifier: Coll-1615
Scope and Contents Manuscript petition, ink on vellum (approx. 190 x 60cm in total, consisting of four joined membranes) with 248 signatures of medical students penned underneath text of the petition, also signed and dated by “J.Weatherspoon writer to the signet,” some light dustiness, several patches of discolouration, a few frayed areas at margins not affecting text.This huge vellum scroll bears the manuscript text of a petition dated 28 March 1828 signed by 248 medical students of the University of...

Points: Capacity in Poultry, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/3364
Scope and Contents Photographs of a chicken showing the large capacity between the pelvic bones and breast bone and the large pelvic span.

Points: Heads of Chickens, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/3362
Scope and Contents Two photographs of heads of chickens. The image on the left, figure 20, shows a 'well-balanced head, almost as deep as long'; and the image on the right, figure 21 shows a 'un-balanced head, much longer than deep.'

Points of a Dairy Cow, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/2814
Scope and Contents Photographs of Mr. R. W. Hobbs outlining the points of a dairy cow using the 1936 Royal Show Champion, "Kelmscott Marjory 47th".

Points of a Holstein Cow, Shewing Thurl, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/950
Scope and Contents Illustration of a diagram showing the points, indicated by a number, of a Holstein cow and shewing thurl location with corresponding text beneath the image.

Points of a Sheep - External Parts of a Sheep, 1870s-1930s

 Item
Identifier: Coll-1434/1661
Scope and Contents Illustration of a sheep with it's external points numbered and identified in the text beneath the image noting its various body parts.