Three of Dr. Kate C. Mead's medical day books dated 1901, 1902 and 1903. Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead (April 6, 1867 – January 1, 1941) was a pioneering feminist and obstetrician who promoted the role of women in medicine. She wrote "A History of Women in Medicine: From the Earliest of Times to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century" in 1938. She was born in Danville, Quebec, Canada, and died in Haddam, Connecticut. She co-founded the Evening Dispensary For Working Women and Girls, the first institution in Baltimore to employ women physicians. She was a strong proponent of the (new at the time) maternal hygiene and infant welfare models. Please see: Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead in Wikipedia for more information on this trailbazing woman doctor.
'Introduction a la Geographie' copper atlas engraving in original color by De Mornas. France, 1761. Framed under glass. Frame measures 26.5 x 20 inches; engraved area of the print inside the plate marks measures 20.5 x 14 inches.
Sunderland earthenware luster jug. Ancient Order of Foresters with a storm-tossed galleon ship verso. Measures 5.5" high by 7.5" spout to handle. Excellent condition.
Royal Group photo take at Buckingham Place on occasion of the Prince of Wales' return from Canada. Copyright photo by Vandyk, 41, Buckingham Place R S. W. 1. Measures 8" by 11".
Their Majesties King George and Queen Mary, with the Prince of Wales and Princess Mary inspecting plans in Aberystyth, Wales. Original photograph. Slight tear in top right of photo. Stamped Photos by Brown Bros. 108 Fulton St. N.Y. Measures 11" by 13".