Three-dimensional objects and textiles in the collection relate to women in medicine and Woman’s Med, and to Hahnemann University and homeopathy.
Three-dimensional object types include surgical and other instruments, medicines, teaching tools, office furniture and equipment, missionary souvenirs and other subject-related items.
Memorabilia of Constantine Hering reflects his 19th century life and work in Philadelphia and includes homeopathic medicine cases; his lapdesk; eyeglasses; among many other objects.
Textiles include banners, flags, clothing, surgical gowns, uniforms, embroidered items and academic regalia.
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