Clarke's-type electromagnetic machine, in rectangular box, with horseshoe magnet, 2 rotating bobbins and pulley wheels, patented by Davis and Kidder, made by W. H. Burnap, Lowell, U.S.A., 1854-1860s
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- electromagnetic machines therapeutics (electrotherapy), clarke, electrotherapy, electromagnetic machines
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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