2.5x17.25x7". Dental casting technique: Color/shape guide. "Wooden box set of 1915 New Century tooth forms and Swager including 150 steel forms (incisors. cuspids. bicuspids and molars). Dies were used to form caps and teeth from porcelain. Lid of box no longer attached."
2.75 x 15 x 7. Autopsy."Postmortem kit including thirteen steel instruments: hammer. chisel. chain. retractor. three scalpels and two retractors by Langbein. The kit is housed in a wooden box with leather carrying case embossed USN. Wooden box has inlaid ivory label that reads."The KNY-Scheerer Corporation. New York".Brass couplings. Identification plate missing."
23x11x11". Interior design and furnishings:Furniture, medical. Wooden foot rest used within the "Boot Clinic, one of the Medical College clinics in the 1950s. The stand provided support during treatment for ulcers of the feet and legs.
2x6.5x3". Blood transfusion:Apparatus. Blood Transfusion kit housed in a brown plastic case with brown velvet lining and containing: a glass syringe. orange rubber tubes. glass vials with tin screw caps (one is chipped)" and five glass attachments.
3 x 17 x 7".Delivery: Obstetrical forceps. Steel forceps with curved arms and slight curve at the handles with an axis traction handle built in for increased leverage. This form of the forcep was developed in France by Stephane Tarnier (1828-1897).