Human anatomy, in '60s 3D, by the inventor of the View-Master

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10 Responses to “Human anatomy, in '60s 3D, by the inventor of the View-Master”

  1. Landowner says:

    I’ve already warned frank about eating at his workstation.

  2. stefan_gruber says:

    that photographer is my grandfather!

  3. Takuan says:

    did he always make you stay out of the basement?

  4. Skep says:

    …ahhh…real corpses…ew. Amazing, but ew.

  5. Takuan says:

    how come everyone else gets the interesting relatives? Aside from the Marie Celeste, I’ve got nothing.

  6. technogeek says:

    My school had a copy of this set, which they kept in a locked cabinet… perhaps to protect it, perhaps because they didn’t want to deal with the concept of us studying the pelvic structure slides. Not that a dissection is particularly erotic material.

  7. airship says:

    Individual volumes from this set, with reels, come up for sale every once in a great while on eBay. They always go high.

    Of course, they’re on my ‘must-buy’ list.

  8. Teresa Nielsen Hayden / Moderator says:

    Everyone else gets the cool relatives. Mine are only good for pulling rank on racists who start yapping about how long ago their family’s been in the country.

  9. Tenn says:

    I’ve got http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabeza_de_Baca_Family

    but none of the land to show for it.

  10. psychosomatic says:

    Most serial killers keep some sort of trophies.

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