Dr. Elizabeth Hay, seated at the electron microscope, examines the first classroom microscope in America, devised by Oliver W. Holmes for demonstrations in histology in 1847.

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Title

Dr. Elizabeth Hay, seated at the electron microscope, examines the first classroom microscope in America, devised by Oliver W. Holmes for demonstrations in histology in 1847.

Alternative Title

Elizabeth D. Hay at electron microscope

Subject

Hay, Elizabeth D. | Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894 | Electron microscopes | Microscopes | Harvard Medical School Department of Anatomy

Description

Dr. Elizabeth Hay, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, seated at the electron microscope, examines the first classroom microscope in America, devised by Oliver W. Holmes for demonstrations in histology in 1847.

Creator

Lawlor, David?

Date Created

1960, circa

Access Rights

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Is Format Of

1 glass lantern slide

Is Part Of

Elizabeth D. Hay papers, 1922-2007 (inclusive), 1960-2005 (bulk). H MS c274, box 8, f. 66.

Format

image

Type

still image

Identifier

DigID0003843

Bibliographic Citation

Fawcett, Don W. "Renaissance in anatomy," Harvard medical alumni bulletin, Oct. 1960, p. 15.

Provenance

The Elizabeth D. Hay papers were donated to the Harvard Medical Library by Elizabeth D. Hay in 2007 (Accession number 2007-093).

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Citation

Lawlor, David?, “Dr. Elizabeth Hay, seated at the electron microscope, examines the first classroom microscope in America, devised by Oliver W. Holmes for demonstrations in histology in 1847.,” OnView, accessed May 22, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17860.