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[Pietro da Montagnana, a Paduan medical teacher surrounded by Greek and Arabic medical books, and three patients waiting to have their urine examined]

Epiphanic medicorvm.[Norimbergae, 1506]

[Person with crossed eyes, head-and-shoulders view]

[Person with crossed eyes wearing corrective mask, head-and-shoulders view]

[Santorio Santorio seated in weighing chair in front of table, part of his quantitative approach to medicine, and title page of De statica medicina aphorismorum]

University of Pennsylvania. Lectures on the theory & practice of medicine by N. Chapman. M.D. Nov. 4, 1848. For Mr. Jacob R. Ludlow.

Benjamin Rush, M.D. Professor of Medicine, in the University of Pennsylvania

Letter from Dr. William Galt to an unknown correspondent

Medicine / engraved by G. Stodart from the statue by Ernst Hähnel.

Dr. T. G. Clinton respectfully issues this notice of his desire to practice medicine in portion of Washington City, 12th street, near Maryland Avenue. June, 1843.

R. S. Bernard's diarrhoea medicine

A medicine man curing a patient / Capt. Eastman, U.S.A. del. ; C. Schuessele lith.

Equarian condition powders - the most extraordinary medicine in the world for horses

[Normal liver cells, abnormal liver cells that have increased in size, and abnormal liver cells that have decreased in size demonstrate that disease alters cells; with surrounding text]

[Patent medicine labels for Perry Davis & Son, showing view of Providence, R.I., and four patent medicine bottles] / Kilburn & Mallory sc., Boston.

[The Waltham Bank fifty dollar private bank note proof]

[Adv. for Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial (patent medicine) in small type; large type reads "Great Excitement in South Carolina! Beauregard himself might as well be a Prisoner!"; no illus]

Samarkandskii bazar i ego tipy. Doktor prodaiushchii lekarstva (tabibi daru-furush)

Scenes and incidents of the Great Indian Council, at Medicine Lodge Creek, Kansas / from sketches by our special artist, Jas. E. Taylor.

Issue of clothing to the Comanche Indians at Timber Mountain Fork, Kansas ; The Great Medicine Lodge on Medicine Lodge Creek, near the council grounds, Kansas

Indian lodge at Medicine Creek, Kansas--scene of the late Indian peace council Council at Medicine Creek lodge with the Kiowa and Comanche Indians / / sketched by J. Howland.

Comanche Indians on the way to the Great Council on Medicine Lodge Creek, Monday, Oct. 16

Snow and timber line - Medicine Bow Mountain

Surgery

[Needles or probes and a cautery]

[Forceps?]

[Obstetrical hook and crochet]

[Medical practitioner with patient]

The national medicine man [caricature of Carl Schurz, dressed as an Indian, stirring pot "Indian affairs" and saying, "Ugh! Plenty talk. Fool people, fool Indians, fool everybody - wagh!"]

[The plan of the basement and the first floor of the Imperial Military Middle School for Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in Eyüp]

F.E.G. kidney remedy. The newly discovered herb medicine. Sold everywhere / Van.

[The students of the Imperial Military Middle School for Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in Eyüp] / fotoğraf Föbus.

[Inner view from another direction of the Imperial Military Middle School for Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in Eyüp] / fotoğraf Föbus.

Dr. John C. Boyde, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

[The view from the sea of the Imperial Military Middle School for Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in Eyüp] / fotoğraf Föbus.

He has one medicine for all ills / J.S. Pughe.

[Runs Medicine, Arapahoe]

[Indian and black girls exercising with medicine ball, Hampton Institute]

[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mine bath house, Ypsilanti, Mich.]

Medicine Rock, Wyndygoul

[Room with medicine cabinet, basins, and massage or treatment table, probably the Ypsilanti mineral bath house, Ypsilanti, Michigan]

[Woman seated on bed and taking spoonful of medicine]

[Young women modeling: pouring spoon of medicine]

Grinding medicine--Zuni

Taking his medicine / J.S. Pughe.

Medicine Crow

Walvia ("Medicine Root")--Taos

Walvia ("Medicine Root")--Taos

Sioux Indian rider making good medicine before the race

Meditation (Cheyenne River Medicine Rock)

Time for medicine

Dr. Joseph, chief medecine [i.e. medicine] man of the Swinomish Reservation / Photo by O.J. Wingren., La Conner, Wash.

Receiving presents after a three days fast in the medicine lodge

[Apache medicine cap and fetish]

The Medicine Man (Slow Bull)

"Dr. Joseph," chief medecine [i.e. medicine] man of the Swinomish Reservation / Photo by O.J. Wingren., La Conner, Wash.

Dr. Joseph, cheif [i.e. chief] medecine [i.e. medicine] man of the Swinomish Reservation / Photo by O.J. Wingren., La Conner, Wash.

Night medicine men

Making medicine / Will Crawford.

Arikara medicine fraternity--The prayer

Medicine Crow [A]

Incense over a medicine bundle

[Medicine Crow--Apsaroke]

Medicine and hospitals - floating hospital - waiting to go aboard, N.Y.C.

[Arikara medicine ceremony--the Bears]

[High Medicine Rock, Crow Indian with two horses at left, Her Horse Kills with child in buggy at right, tepees and circus type tent in background, Montana]

[Pharmacist at People's Drug Store, No. 5, 8th and H Streets, N.E., Washington, D.C., looking at prescriptions(?) on the counter in room lined with shelves of pharmacy bottles]

[Pharmacists at People's Drug Store, 7th and E Streets, N.E., Washington, D.C., at counter preparing medications]

The indian medicine show / L.M. Glackens.

3 girls working in Salvan Medicine Factory and in Seed store. Olive near 14th St. Noon, May 12th, 1910. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Dr. Mary Parsons, 1st woman physician to practice medicine south of Mason-Dixon Line.

Medicine bags

Medicine Owl [Indian on pony]

3 girls working in Salvan Medicine Factory and in a Seed store. Olive near 14th St. Noon, May 12th, 1910. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

A medicine pipe--Piegan

3 girls working in Salvan Medicine Factory and in a Seed Store. Olive near 14th St. Noon, May 12th, 1910. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

The medicine bottle.

INDIANS, AMERICAN MEDICINE WOMAN, OR NO-AH-TUH

Joe Tinker receiving medicine ball sent by Continuation School 1913

Medicine ball being weighed by Post Office employee; shipping tags read: Mr. Joe Tinker, Mgr Reds (Cincinnati) From Continuation School. [1913]

Medicine lodge in winter

Medicine song

[Ed Konetchy, baseball player with the Pittsburgh Pirates, standing, while holding a medicine ball]

[Navaho Indians: A noted Medicine Man]

The Medicine man

Mother giving medicine to child

[Shoppers looking at window display of Brown's Drug Store, advertising "Digestit," a stomach relief patent medicine; product is being endorsed by a pianist, "Mr. Thomas," who has been playing in the store window non-stop for 60 hours and 45 minutes; Mr. W.L. Brown in standing behind Mr. Thomas.]

[Baby Lone, Kickapoo medicine man, half-length portrait, facing right, wrapped in blanket]

Medical Museum

Miss Ting in attendance at the International Conference of Women Physicians being held at the Y.W.C.A. headquarters in New York. Miss Ting is a senior medical student at Michigan Medical University.

[Chief Turtle giving his interpretation of the Indians' storm dance, just before the rain came down in torrents, at the Indian celebration in Two Medicine Valley, Glacier National Park, Montana]

Chief Two Moon, wealthy Indian medicine man from Waterbury, Conn., photographed at the Lincoln Memorial on the observation platform of his palatial touring bus ...

Grinding medicine--Zuni

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

Chief Two-Guns-White-Calf and companions in Medicine Lodge Ceremony, Glacier Natl. Park, Montana

Gets White House breakfast. Braving a biting wind, Charles P. Ruby was at the White House early in the morning on New Year's Day, prepared to be the first to shake hands with President Hoover. He achieved an honor even greater. When the president learned that Ruby was shivering outside he had his brought in, introduced him to Interior Secretary Wilbur and Justice Stone, there for a game of medicine ball with the President, then invited him to a White House breakfast. Ruby is trainman at the Washington Terminal. 1/1/31

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Royal College of Medicine of Iraq. Baghdad. An up-to-date childrens' playground

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Royal College of Medicine of Iraq. Baghdad. Medical College. The dissecting room

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Royal College of Medicine of Iraq. Baghdad. Government hospital

Iraq. (Mesopotamia). Royal College of Medicine of Iraq. Baghdad. Medical College. The pathology room

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