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Dr.   1800 internal examination of a woman

A Male Doctor Examines a Woman, Circa 1800

When the Birds and the Bees Were Not Enough: Aristotle’s Masterpiece -- one of the best-selling books ever produced in English on sex and making babies. First published in London in 1684, it went through hundreds of editions in England and America. It was still for sale, largely unchanged, into the 1930s and beyond.

When the Birds and the Bees Were Not Enough: Aristotle’s Masterpiece. Frontispiece to an edition of the Masterpiece; by now the naked woman is no longer monstrous and hairy, and she’s lost the black baby.

1800's FRENCH CARNET DE BAL DANSE NOTE BOOK mother of pearl sterling silver

What Did Dance Cards Actually Look Like?

Anesthesia, Original Painting, Ether, Surgery, Vintage Medicine, Doctor, History of Medicine, Operation, Surreal, Macabre Art, Hospital by mygoodbabushka on Etsy

Original acrylic painting, x on acid free paper. By Julie Kwiatkowski Schuler The "My Good Babushka" watermark does not appear on the painting and was only included here for security purposes

History of the Gardens.

Prints such as this give curators clues about the material culture of the periods they investigate. Details such as the lady's hat and the kerchief about her neck allow scholars to date similar objects, or other prints lacking a specific date.

BBC - Your Paintings - A Shooting Party of Captain William Lukin (1768–1833), and His Brothers at Felbrigg Parsonage

A Shooting Party of Captain William Lucian and His Brothers at Felbrigg Parsonage, by William Redmore Bigg

Анатол Гимпу | ВКонтакте Peter DeWint

Анатол Гимпу | ВКонтакте Peter DeWint

‘Members of the Carrow Abbey Hunt’, 1780,Philip Reinagle. Six members of the Norwich-based Carrow Abbey Hunt, named on the frame, are seen in relaxed mood, gloved and booted, ready to go. They await their huntsman, James Mead, who is shown entering at the left

"Members of the Carrow Abbey Hunt" by the English painter Philip Reinagle. Oil on canvas, 1170 mm x 1550 mm x 33 mm. Courtesy of the collection of the Tate Britain, London.

Listening between the Lines: Patient Resistance in the Case Histories of William Smellie by Marcia Nichols

Listening between the Lines: Patient Resistance in the Case Histories of William Smellie

Midwifery in the 18th Century

Midwifery in the 18th Century

"A Man-midwife," illustration from Man-midwifery dissected: or, the obstetric family-instructor, 1793

prosthodontia:    An old photo of a blood transfusion from the 1870’s at Bellevue Hospital.    (Source: thekidneydoctor.org, via elettrogenica)

An old photo of a blood transfusion from the at Bellevue Hospital. I hope they were compatible blood groups!

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