Jones, Claudius M. Amputation kit, belonged to Dr. Claudius M. Jones (d. 1892), 1866-1892, 1875-1892
One amputation kit
"M.3877 / Gift of Mrs. Lyman Asa Jones of Cambridge. / 1934" printed on label attached to bottom of case. "3" written on small label attached to exterior of case.
- Mathieu (Organization)
Language of Materials
Object labels, inscriptions, etc. are primarily in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Warren Anatomical Museum objects are available for research access. Access is premised on the availability of space and staff to facilitate use. Contact Public Services for the Warren Anatomical Museum for more information.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Given to the museum by Mary Davis Jones in 1934, after the death of her husband, Lyman Asa Jones. The objects from this donation belonged to his uncle, Claudius M. Jones, who died in 1892 (M3877W).
These objects were processed as part of the Warren Anatomical Museum's 2019 LEAN project "Maximizing Cataloging Output for the Warren Anatomical Museum Instrumentation Backlog Through Minimal Processing."
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