...for the Adrian Flatt Hand Collection. By popular request, here is a review of what is, hands down, the most interesting display where I work.

Adrian Flatt is a hand surgeon and former chief of orthopedic surgery at Baylor Medical Center. He made rosin impressions of the hands of a lot of famous people, and the bronze casts of those hands are displayed here. Among my favorites are Charles Shultz, Dr. Seuss, and Linus Pauling, who I had the privilege to see lecture when I was an undergraduate. There is plenty of interest for the Planelopnik folks, too. Enjoy!

Dr. Flatt casting Walter Cronkite’s hand
As promised, Andre Roussimoff, better known as Fezzik

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That’s George Burns; I missed the plaque underneath.

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