Portrait of a woman seated in the background. In the foreground is an hourglass, candle, book, a heart under glass, and other objects. Text: "For Ever Wilt Thou Love And She Be Fair." Drawn by B. Bramanti.
Picture of a man sitting and looking through a microscope. On the desk near the microscope are a number of books, a skull, and other objects. Several college seals and a coat of arms are also shown. Drawn by Katherine N. Richardson. Text in Latin.
Picture of a woman with a snake coiled around her right arm. She is holding what appears to be a magnifying glass or a mirror in her right hand. An open book is shown on a stand in the center of the picture. Drawn by E. Van Offel. Text in Latin.
Bookplate: A crowned serpent, curled around a caduceus, decorates the elaborate facade of a "gingerbread" house. Patients ring the respective bells of Dr. Oskar Lerperger, an ophthalmologist, and Dr. Anna Lerperger, a pediatrician.
Bookplate: Framed by an elaborate cartouche, a serpent is wound around a heart to form a caduceus. Below the cartouche is a circle divided into equal quarters; in each section is either an animal or a barrel.
Picture of a winged figure pouring powder into a cauldron. He is holding a snake in his left hand. A raven is sitting to his right. An open book with a pentagram is in the background. A woman holding a wand is on the left. Drawn by Bueno de...
Picture of a man lying on an operating table. A doctor is sawing into his chest and standing on a ladder. A nurse and another attendant are also present. Pen sketch by by Rogerio Ribeiro. Zincograph by Marques Abreu.
Bookplate: Seal of the American College of Surgeons on which Aesculapius is seated with his Caduceus on the left side of a tree and an Indian medicine man with healing paraphenalia is seated on the right.