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|The treatment of small pox, measles, scarlet fever, hooping cough, croup, quinsy, &c. by the water cure and homoeopathy. Adapted for the use of families |
|Tugging At A Eye Tooth |
|Tugging at a High [strikethrough] Eye Tooth |
|De tumore ligamentorum circa articulos, fungo articulorum dicto |
|Turner Cordell Family Papers |
|Two engravings of Saint Apollonia with a prayer in Dutch |
|Two hand colored engravings of Saint Apollonia signed by I. Busch |
|Two introductory lectures, delivered by Dr. William Hunter, to his last course of anatomical lectures, at his theatre in Windmill-Street, as they were left corrected for the press by himself ; to which are added, some papers relating to Dr. Hunter's intended plan, for establishing a museum in London, for the improvement of anatomy, surgery, and physic |
|Two reproduction engravings of Saint Apollonia |
|Ultimo Estratto |
|UMB and MLB: Our four baseball stars |
|UMB and the United States Presidency: Faculty and Alumni Ties to the Country’s Highest Office |
|UMB in WWII: the classes of 1943M and 1943D |
|UMB Ties to the Hospital Ship, USNS Comfort |
|UMB’s Championship Basketball Team, 1904-1905 |
|Un Brutto Tasto |
|Undated hand colored engraving of Saint Apollonia by Jos. Gleich of Augsburg, Germany |
|The University Ode: A Celebration of UMB Poetry |
|The University of Maryland, Baltimore in World War I |
|Untitled lithograph by Honoré Daumier |
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