Handwritten note from Phineas Gage to Warren Anatomical Museum, August 26, 1854
Handwritten note by Phineas P. Gage instructing the Warren Anatomical Museum to transfer his tamping iron to B. R. Sweatland.
Harlow, J. M. (John Martyn), 1819-1907
Manuscript document with the handwritten black ink inscription "3106 / Mr. B. R. Sweatland / Please deliver my iron / bar to the bearer / P. P. Gage / Aug 26th, 54"
August 26, 1854 note to Warren Anatomical Museum staff from Phineas Gage (1823 - 1860) governing the transfer of his tamping iron to Benjamin Richards Sweetland (or Sweatland), a second cousin of Gage's mother. "3106" is the Warren Anatomical Museum object number for the tamping iron that resulted in Phineas Gage's injury.
August 26, 1854
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Records of the Warren Anatomical Museum. AA 192.5.
1 handwritten memorandum
Handwritten memorandum authored by Phineas Gage and found in the Records of the Warren Anatomical Museum (192.5). Note refers to Warren Anatomical Museum object 03106, which is the number for the Phineas Gage tamping iron.
Gage, Phineas, “Handwritten note from Phineas Gage to Warren Anatomical Museum, August 26, 1854,” Center for the History of Medicine: OnView, accessed June 24, 2018, http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/18190.
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