Publications

The story of Halford's 'flute boy', and what it tells us about the European trade in human remains
Belinda Smith
ABC Science, 18 Apr 2021

‘Not man, but man-like’ Early 20th-century anthropological plaster casts in the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Rohan Long
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 25, December 2019

Skulduggery in the museum. Remnants of Piltdown Man in the Harry Brookes. Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology.
Rohan Long
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 23, December 2018

Preserving pathologies
Emily Robins
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 19, December 2016

Brought to life, 2000 years later: Modern technology and research restores an ancient Egyptian woman, Meritamun, creating a unique teaching tool for medicine and health science
Andrew Trounson
University of Melbourne Pursuit, 19 August 2016

Collecting disease. A rare specimen in the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Eugenia Pacitti
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 18, June 2016

Mystery and music in the anatomy museum
Anneliese Milk
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 14, June 2014

Sight & Mind: The Visualisation of Brain Function in the Collection of the Harry Brookes Allen Museum
Dominique van de Klundert
2013

Mimicking the dead, Nineteenth-century papier-mâché anatomical models and the teaching of anatomy at the University of Melbourne
Alexandra Gerner
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 11, December 2012

Chance, circumstance and folly, Richard Berry and the plaster anatomical collection of the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Lucinda Spencer
University of Melbourne Collections, Issue 2, July 2008

Humanity's mirror: 150 years of anatomy in Melbourne
Ross Jones & University of Melbourne. Dept. of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Haddington Press, 2007

Centenary celebrations
Paul Monagle & Ross Jones
Chiron, vol. 5, no. 4, July 2006, pp. 50-2

The Artist’s Knife: The art and science of plaster anatomical models at the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Lucy Spencer
2005

Dermatological moulages at the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology
Mei Nah Tay
Chiron vol. 5, no. 3, June 2005, pp. 45–6

Spontaneous malignant neoplasms in dasyurid marsupials
Harold Attwood and Patricia Wooley
Journal of Comparative Pathology, Vol.  83 Issue 4, October 1973, pp. 569–581
Figured specimen: Kowari thoracic fibrosarcoma (531-003554)

Staged models in embryology
Peter L. Field
Medical and Biological Illustration, Vol.  22 No 2, April 1972, p. 140
Figured specimen: Developmental display gastrointestinal tract, foetal (516-500195)

The Melbourne School of Pathology: phases and contrasts
Department of Pathology & Department of Pathology. University of Melbourne
Melbourne University Press, 1962

The same only different, animal examples of evolution, the Herald exhibition
The Herald
August 4th 1932
Featured specimen: Thylacine skull, bisected (516-500167)

Radium: how and when to use
Herman Lawrence
1911
Figured specimens: Wax moulage, lower limb before and after radium treatment (531-002340), Wax moulage, Lupus Erythematosus (Ulerythema centrifugum) (516-500279)

On the removal of a large cystin calculus by supra-pubic lithotomy
John Tremearne
Australian Medical Journal, July 15th 1883, pp. 299-302
Featured specimen: Renal cystine calculus (531-003668)

On a remarkable symmetrically deformed skeleton
George Halford
Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, July 1868