MacGregor Instrument Company 2 cc VIM emerald ground glass syringe, No. 802, 1930-1940

Dublin Core

Title

MacGregor Instrument Company 2 cc VIM emerald ground glass syringe, No. 802, 1930-1940

Subject

Roderick Heffron
Needles
Syringes

Abstract

MacGregor Instrument Company 2 cc VIM emerald ground glass syringe, No. 802, with red cardboard box. Syringe is light green glass in two parts. Brass-colored hypodermic needle in box, designed to attach to syringe. Syringe has scale on side, measuring up to two cc and 35 m. Red cardboard box is labeled on top and bottom with red cardboard tray that slides out containing the syringe and needle.

Creator

MacGregor Instrument Company

Date Created

1930-1940, between

Rights

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Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Warren Anatomical Museum (WAM 21752)

Format

object

Extent

1 glass syringe

Medium

Medical Equipment

Type

physical object

Identifier

WAM 21752

Provenance

This glass syringe and hypodermic needle were created between 1930 and 1940 by the MacGregor Instrument Company in Needham, Massachusetts. It was separated from Dr. Roderick Heffron's papers [HMS c514] by the Harvard Medical Library and transferred to the Warren Anatomical Museum in March 2016.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Glass syringe

Physical Dimensions

9 W x 3.8 D x 2.3 H cm (box)

Files

21752_v5.JPG

Citation

MacGregor Instrument Company, “MacGregor Instrument Company 2 cc VIM emerald ground glass syringe, No. 802, 1930-1940,” OnView, accessed July 22, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/18038.