Anatomical drawings and offprints of articles by Sir Arthur Keith (1866-1955), connected with his enquiries into posture, and the mechanism of respiration, 1890, c 1905 - 1913; with 2 letters from Sir Edwin Ray Lankester (1847 - 1929), F.R.S. (1875) on the human foot, n.d. (6 Feb and 22 Feb).
Offprints contained in the collection include Arthur Keith, Contributions to the Human Mechanism of Respiration, Proceedings of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (May 1903), 51 - 61; Arthur Keith, Why does Phthisis Attack the Apex of the Lung? A discussion at the Medical Society, London Hospital, opened by Dr Arthur Keith (29th October 1903); Arthur Keith, A Variation that Occurs in the Manubrium Sterni of Higher Primates, Journal of Anatomy and Physiology, 30 (1895-1896), 275 - 279; Arthur Keith, The Nature of the Mammallian Diaphragm and Pleural Cavities, Journal of Anatomy and Physiology, 39 (1905), 244 - 284; Arthur Keith, The Results of an Anthropological Investigation of the External Ear, Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society of the University of Aberdeen, 1904 - 1906 (1906), 217 - 239; and C.S. Sherrington, Note on the Knee-jerk and the Correlation of Action of Antagonistic Muscles, Proceedings of the Royal Society, 52 (1893), 556-564.