2 Unknowns (possible barometer and
- The possible barometer stands a little over 20". It
has an engraving reading:
Manufactured by Ziegler Elec. Co.
Boston, Mass, U.S.A.
- The possible magnet stands about 9.5". The two coils rotate freely
around the columns they rest on, the center piece rotates and moves freely
up and down. This piece is also missing a leg.
Unknown (no guess) (03-08)
This apparatus, measuring 13.5" by 21", has two
horizontal rods that can be moved in and out and rotated in place. The base
of the apparatus has a drawer.
Unknown (brass stand) (03-15)
Stands about 12" tall. The platform can be unscrewed
from the supporting glass column.
Unknown (possible thunder house) (03-16)
Stands 12.5" tall. The tin roof can be removed, and the
wall is hinged allowing a jug to fall out.
3 Unknowns (possible generator) (03-17)
- The possible generator is rich with what appears to be
battery acid. The crank of the device is busted off and the gears are
either rusted in place or the acid-type substance has completely clogged the
interior. The entire piece measures about 7.5 across.
- The glass pump-type device is 14" tall when compressed, and is made if
glass and wood.
Unknown (possible compasses) (03-18)
Each of these apparatus, one standing 19" tall and the
other 12.5", is labelled from 0 to 90 to 0 to 90 and back to the original
0 around the outer edge of the circle. The vertical piece of circular
wood is wrapped with wire. The base of each has what appears to be places
to attach wires. One theory is that the devices measure electrical
Unknown (possible model of the uterus) (04-12)
About 10" wide.
Unknown (no guess) (04-25)
Unknown (labelled "Lightning") (04-28)
ALOE Co., St. Louis Missouri. Donated by Clyde C Arnold,
1950 Graduate of Transylvania University.
Unknown (possible microscope) (04-34)