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Anonymous | USA, circa 1920 From The Face in the Lens - Anonymous Photographs by Robert Flynn Johnson

Anonymous | USA, circa 1920 From The Face in the Lens - Anonymous Photographs by Robert Flynn Johnson

Model of the human eardrum and the three bones of the middle ear. The malleus, incus, and stapes (auditory ossicles) are usually joined together in a chain which transmits vibrations from the eardrum to the inner ear.

Model of the human eardrum and the three bones of the middle ear. The malleus, incus, and stapes (auditory ossicles) are usually joined together in a chain which transmits vibrations from the eardrum to the inner ear.

ca. 1890, [Dissection room at a medical school in Bordeaux, France]    via A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive, Stanley B. Burns

ca. 1890, [Dissection room at a medical school in Bordeaux, France] via A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive, Stanley B. Burns

collection of four antique fetal dolls from the Obstetric Museum in Edinburgh. The collection was started when James Simpson (discoverer of chloroform) was the professor of Obstetrics and Midwifery in the late 1840s. Doll No. 3 has a swoft leather covered body with an umbilical cord and leather covered wood head (which looks as it was pulled a bit too hard by a medical student using forceps at some point in the past judging by the elongated neck!)

collection of four antique fetal dolls from the Obstetric Museum in Edinburgh. The collection was started when James Simpson (discoverer of chloroform) was the professor of Obstetrics and Midwifery in the late 1840s. Doll No. 3 has a swoft leather covered body with an umbilical cord and leather covered wood head (which looks as it was pulled a bit too hard by a medical student using forceps at some point in the past judging by the elongated neck!)

Vo Anh Kahnh, “Extra curricular political science class 7, 1972’. The students lived and worked among the enemy. Most were women and keeping their identities unknown to each other was a security measure. During class sessions, each woman would live alone in a small tent. For more info, see  http://www.postvidai.com/UserFiles/Data/text1_28.pdf

Vo Anh Kahnh, “Extra curricular political science class 7, 1972’. The students lived and worked among the enemy. Most were women and keeping their identities unknown to each other was a security measure. During class sessions, each woman would live alone in a small tent. For more info, see http://www.postvidai.com/UserFiles/Data/text1_28.pdf

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