Thomas leg splint, 1930, comprising two iron rods descending from a leather-padded oval ring which fits around the
Two photographs depicting Mrs Kendall (TB of the hip) using a reading frame attached to the head of her bed to read and
Dispensing bottle, square section, 12 oz, green, Manchester Hospital for Consumption
Dispensing bottle for Liqufruta cough cure
Dispensing bottle for Congreve's Balsamic Elixir for consumption, coughs, asthma, bronchitis and whooping cough
Dispensing bottle for Piso's cure for consumption
Box of ampoules of Dr. Szendeffy Dioradin Radioactive Composition, 5 out of ampoules
Charity postcard, National Anti-Tuberculosis campaign, centenary of Laennec 1826-1926, France
Leather splint, for hip joint affection
Printing block for chemist’s dispensing label of Horehound. (Marrubium Vulg) medical properties – tonic,
Red plastic folder containing nursing qualification certificates awarded to Mrs Kitty Simpson, 1961-1971: General
Booklet, thoracic nursing certificate, syllabus and schedule of practical instruction, January 1964
Printing block for chemists’ dispensing label of cough herbs: ‘Good for shortness of breath, day hacking cough,
Pamphlet: 'Malnutrition'; advertising material for 'SENG' treatment for 'tuberculosis and other wasting diseases'.
Advertisement card, 'Juglanregine', iodised phosphate tonic for treatment of 'pre-tuberculosis, hypothyroidism and
Order card for Morris Evans cattle oil, household oil, consumption capsules and pearls.
Two certificates and five photographs belonging to Dorothy Girdler, a nurse who completed two years' training at
Three illustrated cloth teaching flipcharts produced in (or for) Afghanistan, circa 2011. Two are issued by the Afghan
1896 Advertising booklet for 'Booths Hyome' 'Dri-Ayr': The Australian Dry Air Treatment of bronchitis, catarrh,
Heaf multiple puncture apparatus, 5 5/8 inch. Used for the Heaf test, a skin test which was used until 2005 to reveal
Heaf multiple puncture apparatus, metal, 5 1/2 inch.
Promotional material and order forms issued by William Shadforth, pharmaceutical chemist, circa 1927. The forms give
Dispensing bottle, oval section, Manchester Hospital for Consumption, 1900.
Glass dispensing bottle for Dr. Kilmer's Cough Cure Consumption Oil.