In the Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine


Dr. Stonestreet has something for whatever ails you. The current interpretation features Dr. Stonestreet as a country doctor traveling to make house calls. What will he pack for his patient? Will it be his obstetrics case with everything needed to deliver a baby? Will it be bones and plaster to reset a broken arm, or stitch up lacerations? Will he be performing surgery and need ether and surgical instruments? And, while you are visiting, peer into the pharmaceutical cabinet for a collection of 19th century tonics that promised to cure everything from feminine ills, to re-grow hair for men.