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  • Physicians and surgeons of America (illustrated) : a collection of biographical sketches of the regular medical profession / edited and compiled by Irving A. Watson.
  • Oversize ephemera : Medical songs 3.
  • Two doctors discussing a patient who has a fever and a great thirst, the patient overhears and promises to cure the thirst if they can deal with the fever. Wood engraving by C. Keene, 1882.
  • Above, the emperor Aurangzeb consults a physician; below, one of the emperor's sons is attended by physicians. Gouache painting, 17--.
  • The medical profession in all countries, containing photographic portraits from life.
  • New York State Soldiers' Depot, New York City: the hospital. Colour lithograph, 1864.
  • Oversize ephemera : Medical songs 3.
  • Two physicians in "macaroni" fashions. Etching by J. Johnson after J.W.B. (Bretherton?), 1772.
  • Many unemployed doctors sitting by the roadside waiting for a possible road accident and some work. Wood engraving by L. Wood, 1907.
  • The medical profession in all countries, containing photographic portraits from life.
  • A group of doctors parade a dummy with a skeleton's head representing cholera: a group of people run screaming from it. Coloured lithograph by H. Heath, 1832.
  • Morison's Pills : the wonderful power of the pills exemplified showing the same person before and after having taken a dose : dedicated with profound respect to all true disciples of Esculapius, more especially to the Royal College of Physicians / by Pilula Rhubarbus, M.D., Professor of Phlebotomy to the Royal Islington abattoirs : sung by Mr. Fitzwilliam.
  • A doctor goes off gallivanting with two young dancers. Colour process print after by J-A. Faivre, 1902.
  • A doctor out hunting: attacked by the hounds, having fallen from his horse. Coloured etching by J.H., 1842.
  • A man consulting a physician who examines a flask of his urine. Engraving, 1644.
  • A doctor taking the pulse of a country squire; the smug doctor receives a drink from the butler while his disgruntled patient's medicine is prepared by the maid. Lithograph by W. Hunt, 1825, after H.W. Bunbury.
  • Oversize ephemera : Medical songs 3.
  • Doctor Jeremy Snob / written by J.G. Maxwell.
  • The medical man : they called me in to attend him / written and composed by Fred W. Leigh ; sung by Will Dalton ; also by T.F. Benson.
  • A quack doctor offering a gouty John Bull some medicine while conventional doctors are turned away; referring to British politics. Coloured lithograph attributed to J. Doyle.
  • Personifications of medicine, pharmacy and surgery. Oil painting after (?) Nicolas de Larmessin.
  • Dr Simon Sparrow (played by Dirk Bogarde) spanking a nurse in the film 'Doctor at large'. Colour lithograph, 1959.
  • A misunderstanding between a doctor his patient and her daughter. Coloured etching by C. Williams, 1823.
  • A monkey physician examining a cat patient for fleas. Coloured lithograph.
  • A blue background bearing the white lettering: "L'enfant et le SIDA: un thème de discussion pour les parents et les médecins." [Children and AIDS: a discussion topic for parents and doctors]; an advertisement by the Swiss Physicians [FMH] and Swiss Federal Office of Public Health [OFSP]. Colour lithograph.
  • Franco-Prussian War: a nurse treating wounded servians in an Usicza hospital. Coloured wood engraving.
  • The medical man : they called me in to attend him / written and composed by Fred W. Leigh ; sung by Will Dalton ; also by T.F. Benson.
  • Four types of physician using their qualifications to take advantage of their women patients or of the public. Coloured lithographs, ca. 1852.
  • A doctor holding death at bay from his patient: illustrated by him squirting a syringe at a skeletal figure entering via the window. Line engraving by N. Goodnight, 1787, after S. Collings.
  • Personifications of medicine, pharmacy and surgery. Oil painting after (?) Nicolas de Larmessin.