Collection Highlights

--1300s manuscript, by St. Albertus Magnus (one of only a few in the world)

--Joannes de Ketham, Fasciculus medicinae (1495)

--Michael Scot, Liber phisionomie (1495)

--Eucharius Rosslin, Rosengarten (Rose Garden 1513), German OB/GYN book

--Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564), anatomical drawings, rare broadside of the human brain and cranial nerves

--Isaac Newton, Optiks (1730)

--William Hunter, Anatomia uteri humani gravidi tabulis illustrate (Anatomy of the human gravid uterus exhibited in figures, 1774)

--Edward Jenner, An inquiry into the causes and effects of the variolae vaccinae (1798)

--Japanese OB/GYN book, hand illustrated (circa 1800)

--Henry Gray, Anatomy, descriptive and surgical (1858 1st edition)

--Charles Darwin, On the origin of species (1859 1st edition)

--Henry Gray, Anatomy, descriptive and surgical (1858 1st edition)

--Charles Darwin, On the origin of species (1859 1st edition)