Antique Anatomy is the web's largest, most complete collection of historical anatomies and other assorted images from the history of medicine. The collection is comprised of public domain works from the 15th century up to the early 20th century.
1. Plates of the Arteries, with references; for the use of medical students by Paul B. Goddard, M.D., (1839)
2. Plates of the Cerebro-Spinal Nerves, with references; for the use of Medical Students. by Paul B. Goddard, M.D., (1837)
3. The Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the Human Teeth; with the Most Approved Methods of Treatment; including operations, and the method fo making and setting artificial teeth. With thirty plates. by Paul B. Goddard, M.D., M.A.N.S., M.A.P.S., demostrator of anatomy in the university of pennsylvania, lecturer on anatomy, etc., etc. Aided in the practical part by Joseph E. Parker, Dentist (1844)