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Stethoscopes

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Binaural stethoscope, late 19th century, Late 19th century

Item Identifier: WAM001, c12748, 12748.002
Scope and Contents:

Dr. George T.Perkins Collection- written with pencil on the paper label connected with stethoscope by thread; "IN CAMMANN’S", "STETOSCOPES"- engraved on hinge

Binaural stethoscope, late 19th century, Late 19th century

Item Identifier: WAM001, c20998, 21097
Scope and Contents:

"LEACH&GREENE" - engraved on the hinge; "Dr. Shattuck Collection" - written with pencil on the paper label connected to the stethoscope by a thread

Laennec's monaural stethoscope with hat, circa 1819, Circa 1819

Item Identifier: WAM001, c20998, 22209
Scope and Contents:

"Dr. Shattuck Collection" written on tag attached to object. "Laennec's Monaural Sthethoscope, ca. 1819" printed on exhibit label associated with object.

Partial stethoscope, 19th century, 19th century

Item Identifier: WAM001, c12748, 12748.05
Scope and Contents:

"Dr. George T Perkins collection" and "Case 2" written on tag attached to object. "50" stamped on circular aluminum tag attached to object.

Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collection

Collection Identifier: WAM001
Overview:

Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collections include anatomical and osteological preparations; wet tissue preparations; watercolors, drawings, photographs, and lantern slides; anatomical models and casts; human and non-human calculi; and medical, dental, and public health instruments and devices.

Warren Anatomical Museum records

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02.01
Overview:

The Warren Anatomical Museum records, 1835-2010 (inclusive), 1971-1991 (bulk), are the product of the administrative, curatorial, teaching, and research activities of the staff of the museum.

Wooden monaural stethoscope, 19th century, 19th century

Item Identifier: WAM001, c12748, 12748.001
Scope and Contents:

"Dr. George T.Perkins Collection" - written with pencil on the paper label connected to stethoscope by thread; "2"-on round aluminum tag connected to stethoscope by thread