A collection of assorted herbs, drugs, and medical equipment, donated by John C. Brougher, M.D., in February 1976. The collections includes: 1) glass irrigator, similar to Valentines, with a cutoff, nozzle, and rubber tubing, 2) a box of stramonium leaves, loose-pressed, from Allaire & Woodward Co., 3) a bottle of chromium sulphate tablets, from Wyeth & Bros., 4) a bottle of calolactuse tablets, from Searle & Hereth Co., 5) a box of skunk cabbage root, from Allaire & Woodward Co., 6) one package of boneset (eupatorium perfoliatum), from S.W. Gould & Bros., 7) a package of gold thread marked "mouthroot", from Murray & Nicket Co., 8) a package of hemlock leaves, from Allaire & Woodward Co., 9) a brass kidney warmer, 10) two pear-shaped black rubber colpeurynters, in different sizes, 11) two glass nipple shields, handblown by Dr. Brown, 12) a piece of fabric-covered tubing, 13) a brass plated funnel, and 14) a set of six instrument name plates made from cardboard. The items are all in generally good condition.
Medical Museum Collection, Box 32
One of three digital photographs (with 77-206_17_17a.jpg and 77-206_17_17c.jpg) of a collection of assorted herbs, drugs, and medical equipment. This image shows a colpeurynter, glass nipple shields, urethral irrigator, and miscellaneous medicinal preparations in the original printed wrappers.
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