A Bar of Camay Soap - A single bar of Camay Soap.
A Book Plaque - A book plaque with "F.G. Banting M.D." written on it.
A Commemorative Medal - A Commemorative Medal in a red leather case. Presented to all speakers at the 20th International post-graduate medical course in Czechoslovakia and to Banting, Best and Professor Wallace Graham.
A Small Letter Painter's Case - A small letter painter's case with seven tools and a package of artist's "Court Plaster".
Banting Cairn - This cairn, on the grounds of Banting Memorial High School, was erected by the County of Simcoe and the Town of Alliston to celebrate the life of Sir Frederick Banting, co-discoverer of insulin, born in 1891.
The Banting Homestead Today - A side shot of the current Banting homestead.
Banting's Various Art Supplies - A collection of various art supplies that Banting used. This item contains a small palette and three tubes of Sheffield Bronze Powders "Pale Gold", "Brass", and "Aluminum".
Book Label of Lady Banting's House - A personalized book label, belonging to Henrietta Banting. Has sepia photograph of her home. Was accessioned in envelope from Oromocto Hotel, Oromocto, New Brunswick.
Collection of Frederick Banting's Pipes - An extensive collection of wooden pipes that were used by Frederick Banting.
Frederick Banting's Painting Materials - A collection of Frederick Banting's painting materials. This item consists of: a sketching pencil, a pen, two tubes of oil paint, and a tube of striping white sign painters colors manufactured by Charles H. Howell & Co. Inc.
Medical Heritage Society Medal - Medical Heritage Society Medal. Raised picture of Banting and Best and dog on one side. On the other side is "Frederick Grant Banting 1891-1941, Charles Herbert Best, 1899- , Discoverers of Insulin, leaders in modern endocrine therapy.
Miscellaneous Belongings - A box of miscellaneous things belonging to Frederick Banting. These include bronze powder, swizzle sticks, carpenter's nails, scissors.
Official Souvenir Catalogue and Programme - Leather-Bound book, a souvenir programme of the Canadian National Exibition of 1923. Front cover is gold-embossed with Frederick Banting's name and degrees.
Pipe Holder - A pipe holder which belonged to Sir Frederick Banting. On one end, a portrait of a Primitive Man. On the other end a portrait of Banting. Front view has carvings of Elephants. Rear view includes various other carvings.
Postcard of Normal School, Toronto - Postcard showing picture of Normal School, Toronto, from unknown person in Toronto to Mr. Fred Banting, Alliston, Ont. Postmarked June 5, 1913. Also has special Canadian National Exhibition postmark.
Sir Frederick Banting's Pipe and Pouch - A pipe and brown leather pouch that belonged to Frederick Banting.
Sir Frederick Banting's Spectacles - A pair of Banting's spectacles along with a brown leather spectacle case. "J.G. Williams - Toronto - Hamilton" enscribed on the front of the case and "(3531F) Sir F. Banting, Toronto" on the other side of the case.
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