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Segmental anatomy of the lung in cross section

Item consists of a foldable brochure binder insert with images and information about the cross sections of lungs that is intended to make it possible to identify the segmental anatomy and localize lung lesions observed on a CT examination of the thorax. It was produced by the Department of Radiology, Toronto Division and University of Toronto and published by the Health Sciences Division of the Eastman Kodak Company.

Kodak Canada Inc.

The Stereo Clinic Series by Howard Kelley

Section IX and Section XVII
Removal of the Veriform Appendix by Dr. Howard A. Kelley
Dr. S. T. Earle's Operation for Hemorrhoids Text by Dr. Howard A.
Appendectomy Amputation of Breast by Dr. Howard A. Kelley
Exothalmic Goiter and Removal of Sarcoma by Dr. Howard A. Kelley

Medical magic lantern slides depicting skin conditions

Item consists of 14 glass magic lantern slides depicting various skin conditions, along with 2 slides of poison ivy plants. Conditions pictured include chicken pox, hives, athlete's foot, acne of the face, impetigo, poison ivy, ringworm, boils, pediculosis, scabies, measles, and animal ringworm. The slides are accompanied by a short, typewritten sheet with a script entitled "Description of Slides" and dated July 15th, 1944, which describes poison ivy and athlete's foot. The slides appear to be written for prospective campers, and intended to be presented by a Miss Hankinson and Mrs Benham. the series was published by the Ryerson Film Service department of Ryerson Press.

Spanish-American war album

Black cover album with grey pages. Photographs glued in. Bound together by screwposts. Some photographs are torn, cut, cracked; many are loose or coming loose. Many pages are left blank; approximately ten to fifteen pages from the back of the album, there is a newspaper clipping of Princess Elizabeth holding baby Princess Anne (b. 1950).

Album belonged to a nurse from Alexander Ontario who served in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Some are amateur travel photographs and some appear to be taken with the purpose of being sold as a souvenir, featuring text.
Included are images of Havana, the coast, harbour, buildings, monuments, etc; the Red Cross Building, a U.S. hospital, a man dead on a stretcher, bullfights, and locals. Possibly a photo of Theodore Roosevent delivering the U.S. Soldiers.
Also included are an invitation, a newspaper cutout of an illustration of The Cane-bottom'd Char by W.M. Thackeray and an unidentified pressed plant leaf.