One of three digital photographs (with 77-54_1_37a.jpg and 77-54_1_37b.jpg) of a drug kit in a black leather case. The tan leather-lined case has been set on a gray counter, and a ruler has been placed in the foreground for size comparison. This image shows one of the two upper vial trays, which holds several glass vials. One of the vials is filled with an unidentified substance. A small brown glass bottle has been removed from the kit and placed on the counter.
Medical Museum Collection, Box 109
A drug kit in a black leather case, measuring 27.5 x 12 x 12 cm. The case is lined with tan leather, and has two removable vial trays fitted with metal clips. The kit contains: 1) 5-cm tall brown glass bottle of morphine sulphate, 2) twenty-six cork-stoppered glass vials with paper labels, all 9 cm in height, 3) one glass vial with metal cap, and 4) eight glass vials with cork stoppers, all 10 cm in height. The kit was donated by Mrs. L.G. Ross in July 1954. The set is generally in good condition, with some discoloration of the metal vial clips.
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