Historical Images In Medicine

The Medical Center Library’s Historical Images in Medicine (HIM) collections encompass over 3,000 photographs, illustrations, engravings, and bookplates from the history of the health and life sciences. Special collections in HIM include Bartisch’s Ophthalmodouleia, the Bookplates, the Four Season and the Stewart Album. In the past the HIM images were only retrievable by our History of Medicine Collections staff, but they are now available via the Internet. The Web versions of the images are not publication quality, nor are they intended for such use. If you see images you would like to incorporate into your publications, please contact the History of Medicine Collections Curator, for information. Grants from The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation and The Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation made possible the realization of the Historical Images in Medicine database.

In addition to individual images, The Historical Images in Medicine Collection contains four smaller collections of materials. 1) Georg Bartisch’s Ophthalmodouleia Das ist Augendienst; 2) The Bookplate Collection; 3) The Four Seasons; and 4) The Stewart Album.

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Vladimir Korenchevsky

1940
Photograph of Vladimir Korenchevsky with the inscription: "To E. C. Hamblen in appreciation of his excellent endocrinological work from V....
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Ridlon, on left, sitting with his arm on the back of his chair, with another man on the right leaning on a small table. On verso "Dr. Ridlon and...
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Dr. Ridlon walking towards a woman in a hat who is carrying something, with her back to the camera. Men at a truck in the background.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Postcard of the camp soldiers and officers posed for a group photograph. Ridlon is second row, fifth from left.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Men clustered around the back of a truck with red cross symbol. Camp cots between the camera and the truck.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
John Ridlon standing under some trees, in the shade, with his left hand raised holding something.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
John Ridlon standing at the door of an open tent, holding a cigar. On verso "The 'Old Man' of the camp."
 

Dr. Denman Physician Extraordinary to her Majesty

June 1788
Portrait of Dr. Denman in left profile. Published by J. Sewell Cornhill for European Magazine.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Four uniformed men sitting with legs crossed in chairs, in front of an open tent, with a bullseye on the right.
 

World War I picture from John Ridlon

1916
Men in a field engaged in various activities in the background, with rifles stacked in tripod formations in foreground.