5.25x17x15" Electric stimulation therapy: Machine."Electric machine apparatus housed in a wooden box and includes wooden handle with sponge attachment. The Roche electric hygiene machine was used by the patient by standing on the metal foot plates and the battery powered electrical current. using two no. 6 dry cells. would provide a "mild" electrical shock. The machine has been rewired with a plug and was originally used by the donor's grandmother. Mrs Britton and was included in her estate."
0.5 x 12 x 12" Commemorative and association items."Pewter Plate/Tray-William Glimore Simms Award from the College of Charleston for Dr. Joseph I. Waring's contribution to Historical Scholarship and Literature to his native city. 1976"
4x12x9.5" Home nursing: Hot water bottle."Copper stomach warmer with handle that was found in Panknins Drug Store on Meeting Street in Charleston. SC. A similar one is pictures in Printers Devil catalog 52. June 1986."
9.5 x 4.25 x 4.25,Microscopy: Microscope: European: Compound,Brass compound monocular microscope on tripod. Unknown French model that was given to Dr. George Clark when he was working in a laboratory in Florida.
8.75 x 5 x 4" Commemorative and association items."Sterling silver cup with two handles on the side and various dents along the sides. presented as the collegiate prize on May 3. 1911. to Harry Stoll Mustard. a graduate of 1911."
11 x 10 x 6" Commemorative and association items."Silver cup with two handles on either side. The Lander Cup was awarded to the medical student with the highest grade in childhood diseases. Cup given in memory of Francis Mathews Lander. 1903-1905. Names of recipients are engraved on it from 1901 to 1920."
9 x 5 x 4" Commemorative and association items."Sterling silver cup with two handles on the side. awarded to J. Avery Finger. M.D." for being the first honor graduate of the Medical College of the State of South Carolina. May 4. 1910."
8.5 x 7 x 4.5" Commemorative and association items. Silver trophy with a large handle on either side. Inter-Society Trophy 1925-1929, Medical College of the State of South Carolina, awarded to either the J. Marion Sims Society or the John L. Dawson Clinical Society from 1925 to 1929.