The musuem’s most famous artifact is a 14-inch cow hairball. Curator Dr. Jamie Day calls it the “world’s most politically connected hairball,” because it was donated in 1848 by Abraham Lincoln’s brother-in-law.
The museum also showcases other early 19th-century curiosities from a time when the school had one of the top medical programs in the country.
Tours are given by advance appointments only. Donations are appreciated.