Tag Archives: Opening hours

Opening Hours w/b 18th June

Our opening hours next week will be as follows:

Monday: 2.15pm-4.30pm
Tuesday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday & Thursday: CLOSED due to staff holiday
Friday: 2.15pm-5pm

If you would like to make an appointment to visit the library, contact us by email or phone.

Our books from shelfmarks RC to RM have now returned to the library following conservation treatment! However, please bear with our slightly jumbled state over the next few weeks as we unpack and rearrange our shelves. If you find that a book you need isn’t in place on the shelf, let a member of staff know and we will locate it for you.

Have a lovely weekend!

‘Anatomical Fugitive Sheets, Summer, c. 1620’ . One of four anatomical fugitive sheets, each associated with a season of the year and other scientific or moral matters. Credit: Property of Duke University Medical Center Library, Trent Collection, History of Medicine Collections, Durham, NC. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 11th June

Our opening hours in Week 8 will be:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use our collections, contact us by phone or email to arrange an appointment.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. These should be returning to the library next week, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Have an excellent weekend!

A Japanese military hospital. Coloured woodcut, ca. 1904. Red Cross nurses attending war casualties in a Japanese hospital during the Russo-Japanese War. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 4th June

Next week, the library’s opening hours will be:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use the library, feel free to contact us by phone or email to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. These will be returning to the library next week, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Have a great weekend!

Early representation of spectacles clipped on the nose, 1417. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 28th May

Next week, the library will be open at the following times:

Monday: CLOSED (Bank Holiday)
Tuesday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm
Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm

If you would like to use our resources, please contact us by phone or email to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. These will be returning in the next few weeks, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Have a lovely weekend!

Cauterizing a leg-wound. ‘Feldtbuch der Wundartzney’, Frankfurt, 1551. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 21st May

Next week’s opening hours will be:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use the library, contact us to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. We hope that these will return soon, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Have a good weekend!

‘White glass eye with blue iris, cased. Gustav Taylor, London,1901’. Credit: Science Museum, London. CC BY

 

 

 

Opening Hours w/b 14th May

Our opening hours next week will be as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use the library, contact us by email or telephone to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. We hope that these will return soon, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Enjoy the weekend!

Apothecary’s shop sign in the shape of the Sun, Europe, 1701- Science Museum, London. Copper, 305 mm. This sign may have hung outside a shop to attract customers or it might have been part of the internal decoration. Apollo was the Greek god of light and for this reason is associated with the Sun. He was also a patron of medicine and healing and was said to be the judge of sickness and health.’ Credit: Science Museum, London. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 7th May

Our opening hours next week will be as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use the Wellcome Unit Library, contact us by email or telephone to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. We hope that these will return soon, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us in advance to check if the books you need are available.

Have a lovely weekend!

‘The Pain-killer Polka Song, an advert for Perry Davis’ Pain Killer by F. Archer, ca. 1899. Wellcome Library no. EPH+57′ . Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

 

Opening Hours w/b 30th April

Our opening hours next week will be:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm

If you would like to use the library, contact us by email or phone to arrange your visit.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. We hope that these will return soon, but in the meantime please do consult SOLO or contact us to check if the books you require are available.

Have a good weekend!

‘Ague & Fever’,┬áColoured etching by T. Rowlandson after J. Dunthorne, 1788. ‘Fever, represented as a frenzied beast, stands racked in the centre of a room, while a blue monster, representing ague, ensnares his victim by the fireside; a doctor writes prescriptions to the right’. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 23rd April

Our opening hours next week will be:

Monday & Tuesday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-4.30pm
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: 2.15pm-5pm

If you would like to visit the library, contact us to arrange your appointment.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. If you would like to read a particular book, do consult SOLO or contact us before your visit to check if it is available.

Have a lovely weekend!

‘For the Hot-Headed’, Punch. Caricature illustrating hats to prevent sun-stroke. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

Opening Hours w/b 16th April

Our opening hours next week will be:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 2.15pm-5pm
Wednesday: 2pm-5pm

If you would like to visit, contact us by phone or email to arrange your appointment.

Please note that we currently have a section of books (from shelfmarks RC to RM) which have been sent away for conservation treatment. If you would like to read a particular book, do consult SOLO or contact us before your visit to check if it is available.

Have a lovely weekend!

‘The Manner of Dissecting the Pestilentiall Body’, from Thomson, George (1619-1677), Loimotomia, or, The pest anatomized, 1666. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY