All Objects In All Collections: Objects 556 - 570 of 620

992.6.1: Talking StickTalking Stick, 1990 Hand carved, painted yellow cedar talking stick. Carvings from the top are the caricatures of an eagle, human face, sea serpent, whale with two ravens and pectoral fin, raven, bear, salmon. The talking stick was designed and carved by Bill Wilson of the Kwagulth (Kwakiutl) nation. It was given as a gift, from former Canadian Medical Association president Dr. Gordon Fahrni, to the British Columbia Medical Association [now Doctors of BC] and served as the Association's official mace. Talking stick dimensions given. Overall height 170.5cm.
995.2.8: Tester, HearingTester, Hearing, 1974-1995 Black pen-shaped instrument with pocket clip, 'USA DORC4' stamped into clip. Circled 'S' symbol at one end and 'Hearing Ambassador™ - Hear Pen, Can you hear the tone in both ears? Patents Pending' written on body of pen. Patent number for conductor tube '3806724' stamped into top.
2006.639.1: Thermalaid ApplicatorThermalaid Applicator, 1928 A parcel post box containing an electrical applicator which generates infra-red radiation for treatment of the prostate. Consists of an electrical cable ending in an applicator connector at one end and a combined lamp socket/plug at the other. An on/off switch is located midway on the cable. Also includes the following: an applicator and two different socket fittings; two tubes of IKTHIN, a medicated lubricant [iodine, ichthyol, chloretone and petrolatum], the partially used tube has a tube key and a perforated application nozzle attached; a spare perforated application nozzle and tube...
999.3.108: Thermo-floThermo-flo, 1940-1955 Newman Thermo-flo machine in case with leather handle, and two catches. Within the case is a control panel consisting of a temperature control dial, power switch and pressure gauge. There are three pipes [pressure, return and flow] extending from the left hand side panel. Attachment apparatus include two rubber hoses each with an embedded thermometer 0-40°F and an inflatable bulb attached. The machine was manufactured by Majestic Surgical Instrument Company, serial no. R559. The mains lead and plug are missing.
993.186.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1921-1960 Half-minute, easy set, 95°-110°F scale thermometer [No. 37] in metal plated case. Thermometer mercury bulb broken and missing.
993.81.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1928 One-minute oral-long bulb thermometer, mercury indicator 94 to 110°F, in screw top aluminium case. Pin and chain attached to case. 'Certificate of Examination of CLINICAL THERMOMETER' and directions of use, No. 9338, issued and stamped July 16 1928.
993.219.1: Thermometer in CaseThermometer in Case, 1911-1960 Half-minute, "Progress", 95°-110°F scale thermometer in metal plated case. Thermometer mercury bulb broken and missing.
993.889.1: TheromerTheromer, 1915-1945 A push-on lid with ring handle, internal hollow tube leading to an external spray valve and tube connector. The wooden handle is not attached but screws into a metal ring which fits around the body of the container. The container is filled with a wax-like solid which can be heated on a stove or placed into hot water. A Theromer is used for spraying wax-like preparation in the treatment of burns. Rubber tube and bulb missing.
999.3.1: Tincture of IodineTincture of Iodine, 1940-1960 Rectangular brown bottle with a red rubber stopper containing 3 fluid ounces of Tincture of Iodine. In relief on the back of the bottle is a scull and cross bones and 'POISON LIQ. IODINE'. Paper label on outside has antidote printed in black ink.
993.286.1: Tinted D-SpectaclesTinted D-Spectacles, 1833 Tinted wig spectacles with 4 D-shaped blue-green tinted lenses [non-corrective] and sterling silver wire frame with folding two-piece turn-pin style side arms . Two extra lenses at the sides are hinged so that they can be folded out to cover peripheral vision. Stamps at either end of bridge: Date letter 'S', duty mark profile portrait of reigning monarch George IV. Silver standard mark [lion] and city mark [uncrowned leopard's head for London, England] stamped into both side arms by hinge. 'W' is also stamped by hinge [possibly maker's initial].
993.1151.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1944-1993 BOSWORTH tongue depressor with fenestrated end. Stainless steel with plated metal handle. Details 'PennU.S.A.STAINLESS' stamped into surface.
993.1147.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1993-2003 Flat double ended instrument. Manufacturer's name 'OMEGA' and trademark 'Ω' stamped into surface.
998.1.32: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1940-1960 STEHMANN's self-retaining, clip-style tongue depressor with coiled spring hinge. 'J.F.HARTZ.DETROIT' stamped into flat oval tongue depressing component, and three initials 'R.I.H' [Royal Inland Hospital (Kamloops)] stamped into curved surface.
993.1007.1: Tongue DepressorTongue Depressor, 1891-1940 Folding tongue depressor with two fenestrated ends. Manufacturer's trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into surface.
993.51.1: Tongue ScraperTongue Scraper, 19th Cent. Silver plated 'Georgian' tongue scraper, English. Plating very worn, decorative design on one side of object. Poss. remains of black enamel decoration.