[pathologist seated examining slides]; verso: [centrifuge separating serum from blood]
|Title||[pathologist seated examining slides]; verso: [centrifuge separating serum from blood]|
|Measurement||Overall: 24.5 x 31.3 cm|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Physical description||pen and bue ink on paper|
|Copyright||AWM Licensed copyright|
|Description||Depicts the male pathologist (Captain Robert Black), wearing medical gown examines slides under the microscope on the laboratory bench at the blood and serum preparation unit in Sydney. Surrounding him on the bench are beakers, flasks and bottles containing fluids and in the background there are shelves containing bottles with labels arranged into like sizes.|
Verso: shows two unidentified medical staff bottling serum in a sterilisation and heated chamber, 2 Australian Blood and Serum Preparation Unit, Sydney Hospital.