SCHRÖDER, JOHAN HENRIK.
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217: Animisme et Spiritisme; Medical Oddities & Ghosts
Specialities : Medicine
Containing 118 books from the library of Phillip K. Wilson, written (mostly 20th century), TOPICS include: Anthropology; Thomas Bewick; Bioethics; Cyberscholarship; Darwinism; Death; Dermatology; Disabilities; Education; Embryology; English Literature; Ethnography; Eugenics; Evolution; Exploration; Fertility; Genetics; Geology; Ghosts; Gynecology & Obstetrics; Hawaii; Heredity; American Medicine,; Internal Medicine; Logic; Medical Biography; Medical Classification; Medical Geography; Medical Health; Medical History; Medical Immortality; Medical Oddities; Medical Pathology; Medical Satire; Mental Health; Midwifery; Military Medicine; Moon mapping; Museum History; Natural History; Natural Philosophy; Nazi Eugenics; Occult; Pathology; Philosophy; Racism; Religion; Revolution Controversy; Riots; Roman Antiquities; Science Biography; Science History; American Science; Sexuality; Social Issues in Marriage; Spiritualism; Superstition; Volcanoes; Zoology.[...] Read more
Mawson | Delprat Exhibition
Exhibition 16–27 September 2019
196 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia
10am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday
It is our great pleasure to offer here a selection of items, some rare and important, others unusual or curious, but at all times interesting, and with the guaranteed provenance of Antarctic explorer Sir Douglas Mawson and his father-in-law, Guillaume Daniel Delprat, General Manager of BHP.
Highlights include a seventeenth-century Dutch armoire; rare Antarctic photographs by Frank Hurley, T.W. Edgeworth David and Andrew Watson (among the first images of that part of the continent); artefacts taken on Mawson's Antarctic expeditions; and a singular oil painting by Charles Harrisson, artist and biologist on Mawson's Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911–1914, presented to Paquita and Douglas on their wedding day in March 1914.