This is a three-dimensional model illustrating anatomical detail of the human head and torso, which was used for educational purposes. It typifies mid- to late-century scientific education for secondary and tertiary students.
During the early to mid-twentieth century, interest in anatomy and the human body increased significantly in western society. The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences gave human anatomy lessons to school groups throughout the 1970s, and this model was used, in combination w...
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