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  • 1.047 

    Reichert, Carl. (2012-02-07)
    The horseshoe-shaped base is attached to a rectangular pillar that supports the stage and the limb with an arm. The body-tube moves on the rackwork and has a triple nosepiece. The swinging substage consists of a condenser ...
  • 1.049 

    Hartnack, Edmund. (2012-02-07)
    Similar in design to Oberhaeuser instruments with horseshoe foot, the microscope is supported by a round pillar attached to square stage. The body-tube moves by rack and pinion and is connected to the limb by a solid brass ...
  • 1.050 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    The latest Ross microscope in the collection displays the square horseshoe base, typical of late-19th-century design found in German microscopes. The square pillars hold the trunnions to which the square stage is attached. ...
  • 1.051 

    Spencer Lens Co. (2012-03-05)
    There is an earlier Spencer instrument in the collection (1.051), with similar features to the above, which may date from about 1920. Signed: Spencer Microscope ALOE Co. Sales Agents No 61515.
  • 1.052 

    Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (2012-02-07)
    The horseshoe base and the pillar, cast as one piece, and the limb are made of iron and painted black. The brass arm supports the body-tube, which has a triple nosepiece. The coarse adjustment is by rackwork, and the screw ...
  • 1.053 

    James W. Queen & Company. (2012-02-07)
    This small microscope has a Y-shaped foot and double pillars of cast iron (cast as one piece) and painted black. The curved limb supports the body-tube, which moves by rackwork. The body is fitted with a draw-tube and a ...
  • 1.056 

    Bryson, Robert. (2012-02-07)
    This all brass monocular microscope has a bent claw foot, a feature found in James Swift & Son instruments. The stage, attached to the base by trunnions, supports the tubular limb with an arm. The coarse focusing is by the ...
  • 1.059 

    Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (2012-02-07)
    Based on the Bausch & Lomb Continental model, the instrument has a horseshoe foot and a round pillar, both made of cast iron. The limb and the square stage are attached to the pillar by a compass joint. The body-tube, with ...
  • 1.060 

    Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (2012-02-07)
    This is the earliest Bausch & Lomb instrument in the collection. The tripod base supports a round pillar and round limb, attached by a compass joint. The body-tube with a triple nosepiece moves by rackwork, and the fine ...
  • 1.061 

    Leitz, Ernst. (2012-02-07)
    This instrument has all the features of a late 19th-century Continental microscope. A short rectangular pillar sits on a horseshoe base and supports the limb and the stage on trunnions. The body-tube has a rackwork for ...
  • 1.066 

    Leitz, Ernst. (2012-03-05)
    Another Leitz microscope similar to the above (1.061) with wooden carrying case, about 1896, and signed: E. Leitz Wetzlar & New York No 28744.
  • 1.071 

    Spencer Lens Company. (2012-02-07)
    The horseshoe base and the pillar are cast as one piece. The curved limb is attached to the base by means of trunnions. Below the square stage are the Abbe condenser, iris diaphragm, and a mirror. The body-tube with a ...
  • 1.075 

    Leitz, Ernst. (2012-03-05)
    Another Leitz microscope from the 1920s, with serial 290899.
  • 1.076 

    Verick, Constant. (2012-02-07)
  • 1.078 

    Baker, Charles. (2012-02-07)
    Built to the popular Ross design, the microscope displays the typical Y-shaped foot, vertical pillars, boxy limb with a tubular tailpiece, the body-tube with a transverse arm that attaches to the limb. It comes with monocular ...
  • 1.080 

    Dixey, Charles W. (2012-03-05)
    Moody Medical Library collection also includes a very similar but an unsigned Gould-type microscope (1.080).
  • 1.082 

    Long, Joseph. (2012-02-07)
    This instrument represents the finest example of its type prior to the development of achromatic microscopes. The main components are folded and packed, with complete accessories, in a mahogany box, lined with maroon velvet. ...
  • 31 July 1862. Smith, Ashbel to unknown recipient 

    Smith, Ashbel, 1805-1886. (2013-02-19)
    Letter to friend of upcoming visit to Houston.
  • Ashbel Smith Building 

    Unknown author (University of Texas Medical Branch - Moody Medical Library / Blocker History of Medicine Collection, 2011-01-11)
  • Buckets, traps, and catch 

    Boyd, Mark F. (2012-01-23)