Oversize ephemera. EPH+41.
Where to find it
About this work
Subject coverage includes: surgery: barbers and surgeons of London (1710?), Henry Lee's 'Use of the actual cautery in surgical operations' (1887), chemical and pharmaceutical glassware, surgical instruments (P. Bredeville & R. Paturel, 1887?), Le Brasseur (surgical manufacturing company, Birmingham 1924), John Browning's spectroscopes (1920s), share certificates for Cameron's Surgical Specialities Limited (1929), John Bell & Croyden (1923), Sevessand Frères (Havre) bottles and mailing boxes, the Comité de Salubrité of the Assemblée Nationale's directive (1790), royal proclamation about the pratice of surgery in France (1760), organ donation (donor card posters, dispenser units, bags), contraception, menstruation / "female problems", tampons, pregnancy, toxoplasmosis in pregnancy, baby food (1951,1952 calendars for "G" Brand powdered milk food).
- General Surgery.
- Barber Surgeons.
- Tissue Donors.
- Menstruation Disturbances |drug therapy.
- Menstrual Hygiene Products.
- Toxoplasmosis |prevention & control.
- Widow Welch's Pills.
- United Company of Barber-Surgeons (London, England)
- Cameron's Surgical Specialities.
- John Bell & Croyden.
- Family Planning Association (Great Britain)
- Health Education Authority (Great Britain)
- Westminster Primary Care Trust.
- Women's Environmental Network. Tampon Safety Campaign.
- Le Brasseur Surgical Manufacturing Co.
- P. Bredeville & R. Paturel.
- Sevess and Frères.