Prints and Drawings

Selected Drawings by Harvey Cushing: Diaries

The red tiled roofs and a stream at the town of Coudes”
A Visit to Le Puy-en-Velay
August 1900
Cushing Diary 15

Chatsworth, England 1894
Cushing Diary 9

“Le Puy from the North. En route to Polignac”
A Visit to Le Puy-en-Velay
August 1900
Cushing Diary 15


Notes of the motor trip with Klebs, Fulton, and Viets from Nyon to Rome for the Physiological Congress.
September 1932
Cushing Diary 41

Cushing’s diagram of Riva-Rocci’s apparatus for determining blood pressure
6 May 1901
Cushing Diary 14


Selected Drawings by Harvey Cushing: Medical Illustrations

Approach to the trigeminal ganglion for treatment of trigeminal neuralgia – bony removal
Cushing Drawing, 1900

Traumatic brain injury operation on cerebral cortex
Cushing Drawing, 1906

Selected Photographs of Harvey Cushing

Cushing operating at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital
Boston, circa 1929

Surgical staff of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital
Boston, 1930

Cushing portraits

Croquet at John Fulton’s house on Deep Wood Drive.
Hamden, between 1933 and 1939.

Selected Images from the Thousands of Glass Plate and Film Negatives

Cushing’s teaching slides

2000th verified tumor
Dr. Louise Eisenhardt’s ‘confounded’ black book, 1931

Selected Prints from Harvey Cushing’s Vast Collection of ‘Treasures’

Petrus, de Abano [ca.1250 – ca.1315)
Conciliator differentiarum philosophorum et medicorum
Mantua, 1472

Broadside
Lorenz Fries [ca. 1491 – 1531]

Strassburg, 1518

Andreas Vesalius [1514 – 1564]
Humani Corporis Fabrica

Basilae, 1543

Andreas Vesalius [1514 – 1564]

Andreas Vesalius [1514 – 1564]
Humani Corporis Fabrica
Basilae, 1543

Andreas Vesalius [1514 – 1564]
Humani Corporis Fabrica
Basilae, 1543

Peter Apian [1495 – 1552]
Astronomicum Caesareum
Ingolstadt, 1540


Anatomy of Mansur
17th Century copy from a 1196 text by Mansur bin Mohammed
Persian Manuscript S-4


Farah nāmah
17th Century
Persian Manuscript 23


'Wound Man'
Hans von Gersdorff [d. 1529]
Feldbüch der Wundartzney
Augsburg, ca. 1528-1530


Johann Caspar Lavater [1741 – 1801]
Essays on Physiognomy
London, 1789 – 1798

Johann Caspar Lavater [1741 – 1801]
Essays on Physiognomy
London, 1789 – 1798