All Objects In All Collections: Objects 286 - 300 of 647

993.610.1: Lantern Slide, Re:ProhibitionLantern Slide, Re:Prohibition, c. 1920 Glass lantern slide of page 18, "The Daily Province,Vancouver" newspaper, concerning prohibition. Headline reads; "THE VERDICT OF THE PEOPLE" with a list of leading physicians. The image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed.
993.611.1: Lantern Slide, The Lantern Slide, The "Hot Dog" Vendor, 1916-1929 Glass lantern slide of a cartoon by Ernest LeMessurier; "The Hot Dog Vendor". The cartoon depicts Dr. Dan McLellan holding a scythe in one hand, which is dripping with blood, and a saw in the other. A dog, seated, is saying "My gawd Doc have a heart". The image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The artist's signature, E. LeMessurier, can be seen in the bottom right-hand corner.
993.607.1: Lantern Slides, HistologyLantern Slides, Histology, 1901-1960 Thirteen glass lantern slides with images of histological subjects for teaching purposes. Each image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The slides were received in a 'ROYAL LANTERN PLATE' box, '1 DOZ. 3¼ x 4 EM.No. 5041'. Dimensions given are for individual slide.
993.609.1: Lantern Slides, Pathology of the HeartLantern Slides, Pathology of the Heart, 1911-1960 Twenty lantern slides [4 x 3¼ inches] illustrating diseases of the heart. Each image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The images are taken from a publication(s) and show their figure number and description.
993.608.1: Lantern Slides, Pediatric OrthopedicsLantern Slides, Pediatric Orthopedics, 1915-1940 Nine glass lantern slides illustrating pediatric orthopedics in a 'PHYSICIAN'S FILE' box with 'CORRECTIVE DIETS FOR INFANTS' in gold lettering on lid and a sticker with 'Pam 31' hand written in ink. The slides [4 x 3.5 inches] illustrate cures referred to in "Report in Faith Healing". Each image is framed and sandwiched with a cover glass, the edges are taped to seal the enclosed. The doctor's initials 'W.B.B.' are written in red ink at the top left-hand corner of each slide. Three slides are images of children and six are x-rays. File box dimensions given.
2011.11.1: Lens MeasurerLens Measurer, 1950-1998 Lens measurer comprising of a white round enamel dioptric dial face marked 0-10 with + and - scales and '"CONSOL" LENS MEASURE' printed in black lettering. Blued steel finger pointer. Glazed dial face cover. Metal casing. At the top of the casing are three prongs, two fixed on the outside and a spring-loaded movable pin in the center, with a protective cover. Beneath the prongs 'REG. No. 573041' is stamped into the surface.
993.149.1: Lenses, TrialLenses, Trial, c. 1899 155 lenses of various sizes, types and shades are framed with gold and silver plate and slotted in vertical rows cut in tray. Box housing tray covered with patterned red leather and lined with red suede and silk. A letter of guarantee from manufacturer E.B. Meyrowitz dated May 10th 1899 accompanied the lenses. Guarantee states 'This is to certify that this set of trial lenses, #925, is of my own manufacture, and I guarantee its correctness in every particular.'
993.118.1: Ligature and Suture HolderLigature and Suture Holder, c. 1917 A small case with handle holding 3 perforated reels for surgical silk thread [German]. "Seide" [silk] is stamped into the front of the case. The case opens to reveal a plate under which 3 perforated reels are held. The plate is stamped with the words "Fein" [delicate], "Mittel" [medium] and "Starti" [strong]. Part of WWI German Army field surgery kit.
993.1166.1: Light-Conductive Speculum, VaginalLight-Conductive Speculum, Vaginal, 1970-2001 Disposable light-conductive vaginal speculum, medium size, with hollow handle, ratchet and finger guard, blades are 4 x 1¼ inches with one fixed blade. In relief 'WELCH ALLYN U.S.A. 58001 PAT. PEND.'. The speculum is compatible with an illumination system which can be inserted at the base.
993.348.1: LorgnetteLorgnette, 1839-1862 Folding lorgnette with a gold frame and gold openwork decorative handle and base ring. The base ring and handle can be pulled to extend the length of the handle by 3.5cm. The solid nose bridge is hinged at both ends which allow the outer lens to fold and clip into a flange situated at the top end of the handle. The round lenses are of reading strength. The manufacturer/retailer’s name and address ‘DIXEY 3 NEW BOND ST LONDON. W.’ is engraved into the inner surface of the nose bridge. No case.
993.317.1: Lorgnette, BifocalLorgnette, Bifocal, 19th Cent. Folding bifocal lorgnette with gold frame and steel handle. Hinged bridge. Oval lenses with each lens consisting of 2 separate lenses mounted into a single frame. Sprung rims hinged at top of handle. There is a spring release catch at the side and a small ring at the base of the handle. Dimensions for unfolded lorgnette given.
993.293.1: Lorgnette, FoldingLorgnette, Folding, c. 1850 A short tortoiseshell handle which doubles as a case, and spring loaded framed oval lenses hinged at top of handle which fold at bridge. There is a release catch and small ring at base of handle.
993.304.1: Lorgnette, FoldingLorgnette, Folding, 19th Cent. A long tortoiseshell handle/case with spring loaded framed oval lenses [corrective] hinged at top of handle and fold at bridge. A gold oval disc for the owners intials engraved 'EMM' in script is attached to the handle. There is a release catch at the side and a small suspension ring for a cord at the base of the handle. 'MxDIV' is engraved into the metal casing. Dimensions given are for unfolded lorgnette.
993.875.1: Lumbard's AirwayLumbard's Airway, 20th Cent. LUMBARD's anaesthetic tube for control of tongue and palate during general anaesthesia. 'SKLAR GERMANY' and 'RH' stamped into surface.
2009.19.1: Maddox Wing Test InstrumentMaddox Wing Test Instrument, 20th Cent. Hand held Maddox Wing Test instrument used to test for imbalances in binocular vision, for example heterophoria [tendency to squint] which is measured on the red vertical scale. Esophoria and exophoria are measured by the white horizontal scale. Cyclophoria may be assessed by moving the red arrow pointer parallel to the horizontal scale. The visual field is divided into two sections, allowing the right eye to see only the white and red arrows, whilst the left eye sees only the horizontal and vertical rows of figures. 'INST. No. 1370', 'MADDOX WING TEST' and 'ENGLAND' printed in white on...