turnofthecentury:

billyjane:Autopsy,c.1900s by F[r]itz W.Guerin [more at turnofthecentury]

from Historical Ziegfeld

turnofthecentury:

billyjane:Autopsy,c.1900s by F[r]itz W.Guerin [more at turnofthecentury]

from Historical Ziegfeld




turnofthecentury:

Patient using exercise machine at the Zander  Institute in Stockholm, 1890s. Courtesy Tekniska Museet/National Museum  of Science and Technology, Stockholm.
Dr. Gustav Zander founded the institute in the late nineteenth century and stocked it with twenty-seven of  his custom-built machines. It was the first “gym” in the sense that we know  the word today.
Cabinet Magazine

turnofthecentury:

Patient using exercise machine at the Zander Institute in Stockholm, 1890s. Courtesy Tekniska Museet/National Museum of Science and Technology, Stockholm.

Dr. Gustav Zander founded the institute in the late nineteenth century and stocked it with twenty-seven of his custom-built machines. It was the first “gym” in the sense that we know the word today.

Cabinet Magazine




Electro-physiology sessions (Mecanisme de la Physionomie Humaine ou Analyse Electro-Physiologique de L’Expression des Passions, Paris, 1862) conducted by Dr. Duchenne and photographed by Adrien Tournachon (brother of the better known Gaspard Felix Tournachon, aka Nadar)
From Luminous-Lint - found via e l e t t r o g e n i c a

Electro-physiology sessions (Mecanisme de la Physionomie Humaine ou Analyse Electro-Physiologique de L’Expression des Passions, Paris, 1862) conducted by Dr. Duchenne and photographed by Adrien Tournachon (brother of the better known Gaspard Felix Tournachon, aka Nadar)

From Luminous-Lint - found via e l e t t r o g e n i c a




turnofthecentury:

Syphiloderma Tuberculosum
photo by  O.G.Mason
from  John Wood:Endurance and Suffering Narratives of Disease in the 19th Century

turnofthecentury:

Syphiloderma Tuberculosum

photo by  O.G.Mason

from  John Wood:Endurance and Suffering Narratives of Disease in the 19th Century




liquidnight:

Louis A. Sayre, MD, with a Woman in a Suspension Device for Treating Scoliosis, London, 1877, photographer unknown
From A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive & Collection, 1843-1939

liquidnight:

Louis A. Sayre, MD, with a Woman in a Suspension Device for Treating Scoliosis, London, 1877, photographer unknown

From A Morning’s Work: Medical Photographs from the Burns Archive & Collection, 1843-1939