Audio-Visual: Objects 1 - 12 of 12

2009.49.2: Atlas of Macular Diseases Stereo ReelAtlas of Macular Diseases Stereo Reel, 1955-1975 View-Master 'Stereo Reel', reel no. 19, 'ATLAS OF MACULAR DISEASES' stereoscopic images, second edition. The disk holds 14 film slides [seven pairs]; two film slides are viewed simultaneously, producing 3-D images. Each 3-D image illustrates a different medical eye problem: 1. Spontaneous separation of epiretinal membrane 2. Epiretinal membrane, pigmented 3. Serous detachment of macula, optic pit 4. Serous detachment of macula, macular hole, optic pit 5. Optic disc drusen, macular detachment 6. Idiopathic stellate maculopathy 7. Peripapillary staphyloma.
993.613.1: Lantern Slide, Lantern Slide, "Director of Records", 1920-1929 Glass lantern slide of a cartoon by Ernest LeMessurier; "DIRECTOR OF RECORDS". The cartoon depicts Dr Ponton sitting listening to a phonograph which is labeled 'MACEACHERN' and underneath "HIS MASTERS VOICE". 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 towards the bottom of the slide.
993.612.1: Lantern Slide, Dr. McKintoshLantern Slide, Dr. McKintosh, 1916-1929 Glass lantern slide of a cartoon by Ernest LeMessurier. The cartoon depicts Dr. McKintosh standing on a cut tree stump wearing work overalls and a helmet holding a pitch folk saying "Fellow citizens I may be back here with you before long". There are two bulls and a horse looking on saying "He's all bull like my old man" and "Horse laugh for you Doc". 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 bottom left-hand corner.
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.
993.624.1: Slide ProjectorSlide Projector, 1943-1945 Cased Model D Delineascope, serial no. 86873., with electrical cable and spare boxed lamp. The apparatus is fixed onto a stand with corner rubber supports. The lamp box consists of a hinged casing, a 500Watt 120 volt clear lamp, reflector concave mirrored disc and two condensing lenses. The bellows with telescopic lens [projection objective] can be moved towards and from the slide holder by means of supporting slide rods. For 3 " x 4" glass slide projection. Glass slide holder attachment and lens cap missing. Fully extended projector dimensions given.
995.4.40: StereoscopeStereoscope, c. 1900 Stereoscope [viewer for stereoscopic plates] with decorative pattern on view-finder fastened onto a wooden base bar. The plates are held in place by wire fastenings at either end of the cross bar which can slide up and down the base bar. A wooden handle is attached to the underside of the base bar and can be folded down. A circular embossed crest on the view-finder depicts two figures, one with wings, and the words 'EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE INTERNATIONALE 1900' around the parameter [The Exposition Universelle of 1900 was a world's fair held in Paris, France, to celebrate the achievements of...
995.4.66: Stereoscopic ImagesStereoscopic Images, c. 1910 Series of 132 coloured stereoscopic images, illustrating various skin diseases. Detailed text on disease, diagnosis and treatment on reverse of each card. Printed on front of each card is skin disease type and 'COPYRIGHT 1910 DR S. I. RAINFORTH N.Y.' [photographer]. Originally held in narrow red cloth covered box [one panel remains], label reads 'The STEREOSCOPIC SKIN CLINIC RAINFORTH NEW YORK MEDICAL ART PUBLISHING'. Designed for the use of practitioners and students of medicine. Card number 117 missing.
2009.49.1: View-MasterView-Master, 1976 A hand held View-Master, standard, Model G., Red and white body with a blue handle, was released to commemorate the United States Bicentennial. The View-Master was used to view seven 3-D images [also called stereo reel, see 2009.49.2] on a card disk. Stamped in relief 'MADE IN U.S.A. GAF CORPORATION PORTLAND. OREGON T.M. REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. -MARCA REG.- MARQUE DEPOSEE'.