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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-252

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248 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT branches of Natural History also Collections of Dia- grams for illustrating the Lectures on these various subjects The Pathological Collection is very complete and includes large number of preparations which were presented by the late Dr Hooper and Green Esq and is being continually added to by the Professors old pupils and other friends of the College The collection of specimens illustrating the comparative anatomy of animals is extensive though still requiring many additions to make it complete type collection This is notably the case with the Crustacea specimens to illustrate which will be gratefully acknowledged by the Curator The Materia Medica Collection large portion of which was presented by the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries by the late Sir Η Halford Bart by Messrs Savory Moore an Messrs Howard is kept up to date The Collections of Mineralogy and Geology are very large and besides containing examples of the different formations with selection of the most characteristic fossils belonging to each include valuable collection of rock specimens from the Hartz Mountains There are also two Cabinets of Shells collected by James Jamieson Corder Esq formerly student of the College and presented to the Museum by his brother Thomas Corder Esq in 1873 Admission of Students The Medical portion of the Museum is open from 10 till in winter and from 10 till in summer Saturdays excepted when it is closed at throughout the year to Medical Students only The other parts of the Museum are open during the same hours to medical students and to students of the Applied Science and of the Evening Class Departments Students wishing to handle any of the specimens must obtain an order for such permission which must be signed
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