Below are some publications that refer to the Anatomy Museum history and collections:

  • Anon.13 November 1886. A caricature of Professor John Struthers. Bon Accord 1: 11.
  • Haddon, A.C. 1913. Illustrated Catalogue of the Anthropological Museum, Marischal College, University of Aberdeen by Professor R.W. Reid M.D., 1912. 1s, Man 13(9): 173.
  • Hallam, E. In preparation. Anatomy Museum. The Body, Death and Display. Reaktion, London.
  • Hallam, E. In press. Anthropometric Laboratory. Making knowledge of the body in Scotland, c.1890-1930. Special edition of Ethnologie fançaise on the Anthropology of Britain, edited by S. Chevalier, S. Macdonald & J. Edwards.
  • Hunt, C.G. 1984. The Anthropological Museum Marischal College: past and future. Aberdeen University Review 171: Spring: 243-.
  • Lockhart, R.D. 1947. Living Anatomy: A photographic atlas of muscles in action and surface contours. Faber and Faber, London.
  • Lockhart, R.D., Hamilton, G.F. & Fyfe, F.W. 1959. Anatomy of the Human Body. Faber and Faber, London.
  • Low, A. 1939. Robert Reid – Obituary. Arts and Science 1: vol.39:179.
  • Patrizio, A. & Kemp, D.(eds). 2006. Anatomy Acts: How We Come to Know Ourselves. Berlinn, Edinburgh.
  • Reid, R.W. 1912. Illustrated Catalogue of the Anthropological Museum. University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen
  • Stewart, I. March 2006. University of Aberdeen Anatomy Museum. Leopard issue 323
  • Struthers, J. 1881. On the bones, articulations and muscles of the rudimentary hind limbs of the Greenland right whale (balena mysticetus). Journal of Anatomical Physiology 15:141-321.
  • Waterston, S.W. & Hutchison, J.D. 2004. Sir John Struthers MD FRCS Edin LLD Glas: anatomist, zoologist and pioneer in medical education. The Surgeon: Journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. 2 (6) December 2004.