1.25 x 35.5 x 1.25". Commemorative and association items. "Black painted wood cane with gold head. The top is engraved with the following:" Dr. A.M. from Pharmacy Class '06". The cane was presented to Dr. Allard Memminger, professor of Chemistry from 1884-1913, by the Pharmacy class of 1906."
0.5 x 1 x 0.75". Commemorative and association items. "Gold ring, School of Medicine, Medical College of the State of South Carolina from the class of 1915. This is the oldest known School of Medicine ring. Inside "T.H.M."(most likely for T.H. Martin) is engraved and on the front is the Medical University seal."
3 x 2.75 x 2.75"" Commemorative and association items."Silver cordial cup engraved"Medical Ball 1949". Memento of earlier days at Medical College. Owned by a former (unidentified) student who attended the Medical Ball."
1.75 x 10 x 3.25". Commemorative and association items. "Wooden gavel with engraved silver band around the head of the gavel. Engraving reads " Joseph Ioor Waring President Charleston County Medical Society 1960".
1.75 x 10 x 3.25". Commemorative and association items. "Wooden gavel with engraved silver band around the head of the gavel. Engraving reads " Joseph I. Waring MD President Medical Society of S.C. 1948 I. Ripon Wilson MD Retiring". Awarded to Dr. Joseph I. Waring (1897-1977) when he was president of the Medical Society of South Carolina in 1948."
36x25.5x17.5". Interior design and furnishings:Furniture, medical. Wooden table with the top portion painted black and room for instruments to be placed. Two drawers and a door on the front with a 1" knick to the wood visible. Matching examining table, #90.9.1.
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.
0.25"x 10"x 2.5" The perforator was an instrument that was inserted into the head of a still-born child to make way for other instruments used for removal from the mother, this was often an attempt to save the woman's life. This example of Smellie's perforator is an extremely rusted, steel scissor-like instrument.