This is an animal bandage which features porous materials that let wounds aerate easier.

Animal Bandage

This is an animal bandage which features porous materials that let wounds aerate easier.

A hand, with a bandage wound around the wrist.

Bandaged hand

A hand, with a bandage wound around the wrist.

Two hand binding an injury on an arm with a bandage.

Binding

Two hand binding an injury on an arm with a bandage.

"This striking picture, by a celebrated French artist, has excited marked attention ever since it was first exhibited at the Paris Salon. The grouping is admirable, and by the abscence of all accessories the interest is skillfully concentrated on the principal personage, the attending surgeon, and the pale boy whose arm he is bandaging and who is striving not to wince beneath the treatment. That the hurt is not trifling is shown by the basin of blood and the look of concern in the counternances of the surrounding family, who are yet sufficiently composed to indicate that there is no imminent danger. The strongly lined faces of the peasants, with their vary expressions, contrasted with the rude interior, form a graphic study." — Blaisedell, 1904

Doctor

"This striking picture, by a celebrated French artist, has excited marked attention ever since it was…

"Compound wound dynamo, used when better automatic regulation of voltage on constant pressure circuits is desired than is possible with the shunt machine." — Hawkins, 1917

Compound wound dynamo

"Compound wound dynamo, used when better automatic regulation of voltage on constant pressure circuits…

"The series and shunt methods of winding [a dynamo] may be combined in the same machine, producing what is called a compound wound dynamo." -Atkinson 1903

Compound Wound Dynamo

"The series and shunt methods of winding [a dynamo] may be combined in the same machine, producing what…

"Series wound dynamo, used for series aarc lighting, and as a booster for increasing the pressure on a feeder carrying current furnished by some othe generator." — Hawkins, 1917

Series wound dynamo

"Series wound dynamo, used for series aarc lighting, and as a booster for increasing the pressure on…

"...shows especially the construction of the series wound dynamo. The armature consists of a circular magnet mounted between two massibe pole-pieces belonging to the stationary magnet, by which it is partly inclosed, sufficient space being left on each side for it to revolve freely without contact." -Atkinson 1903

Series Wound Dynamo

"...shows especially the construction of the series wound dynamo. The armature consists of a circular…

"When a dynamo is so constructed that only a smal part of its current is employed to magnetize its field-magnet, it is called shunt wound, because the magnetizing current is diverted from the main circuit through a shunt circuit." -Atkinson 1903

Shunt Wound Dynamo

"When a dynamo is so constructed that only a smal part of its current is employed to magnetize its field-magnet,…

"A shunt-wound dynamo with an adjustable resistance, R." -Avery 1895

Shunt-wound Dynamo

"A shunt-wound dynamo with an adjustable resistance, R." -Avery 1895

A hand with the index finger bandaged.

Hand with bandaged finger

A hand with the index finger bandaged.

A hand wrapped in a bandage.

Bandaged hand

A hand wrapped in a bandage.

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first treatment and sometimes it is all that is needed for several days." — Moss, 1914

Coat sling

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first…

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first treatment and sometimes it is all that is needed for several days." — Moss, 1914

Sleeve sling

"The bandaging will stop all ordinary bleeding. Generally this is all that is necessary for the first…

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss, 1914

Military splint

"The carbine boot may be used to advantage in splinting fractures of the thigh and leg." — Moss,…

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When nothing better can be had, support may be given by a roll of clothing and two sticks." — Moss, 1914

Leg splints

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When…

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When nothing better can be had, support may be given by a roll of clothing and two sticks." — Moss, 1914

Leg splints

"Fracture of the leg: Apply two splints, one on the outside, the other on the inside of the limb. When…

"The principal of a tourniquet is easily understood, a pad or compass placed on the line of the artery and a strap or band to go over the pad and around the limb so that, when tightened, it will press the pad down upon the artery and interrupt the flow of the blood." — Moss, 1914

Tourniquet

"The principal of a tourniquet is easily understood, a pad or compass placed on the line of the artery…

"Method of transporting a wounded person." — Richardson, 1906

Wounded Transportation

"Method of transporting a wounded person." — Richardson, 1906