Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection

Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection (Special thanks to Dr. Leon Kier and Gerald Conlogue)

  • Specimens from the Kier-Conlogue collection: Adult human vertebral columns (Drawer 9 Lower).
  • Edmund S. Crelin ’51 Ph.D. & family – Donated disarticulated and mounted fetal human skeletons (Drawer 10 Upper), disarticulated adult human skull bones (Drawer 4 Lower), human pelvis bones (Drawer 6 Lower), to the Anatomic Collection
  • Robert Shapiro and Franklin Robinson – Donated histological sections, glass mounts, and photographs of fetal human brain and skull specimens (Drawer 3 Upper) and human fetal skulls at various stages of development (Drawer 6 Lower) to the Anatomic Collection.

Drawer 9 Upper

Adult Human Vertebral Columns

Specimens from the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

On loan to the Cushing Collection


Drawer 10 Upper

Disarticulated and Mounted Fetal Human Skeletons

Specimens donated by Professor Edmund Crelin and family to the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

According to an index card found with the boxes, the boxes were handmade specifically for the specimens.  The exact date of these fetal skeletons is unknown, but the estimate is over 125 years old, the card itself is at least 40 years old.

On loan to the Cushing Center.


Drawer 4 Lower

Disarticulated Adult Human Skull Bones

Specimens donated by Professor Edmund Crelin and family to the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

On loan to the Cushing Center


Drawer 6 Lower

Human Pelvis Bones of Various Developmental Ages

Specimens donated by Professor Edmund Crelin and family to the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

On loan to the Cushing Center


Drawer 3 Upper

Fetal Human Brain and Skull Specimens

Histological Sections, glass mounts, and photographs of fetal human brains and skulls.

These materials donated by Professors Robert Shapiro and Franklin Robinson to the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

On loan to the Cushing Center


Drawer 6 Lower

Human Fetal Skulls at Various Stages of Development

These specimens donated by Professors Robert Shapiro and Franklin Robinson to the Kier-Conlogue Anatomic Collection.

On loan to the Cushing Center