- 1885 (Date of painting)
Reproduction portrait print of French chemist Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) depicting Pasteur in his laboratory at the rue d'Ulm, surrounded by his experimental apparatus and innovative laboratory glassware developed for…
Featured on the back cover of Puck magazine, this cartoon entitled "The Pasteur Boom—High Times for Hydrophobists" mocks those who traveled to France to receive Louis Pasteur's (1822-1895) new vaccine for the rabies…
Page from the Harper's Weekly journal is entitled "How Antitoxines are Developed" and features content and photographic reproductions related to using antitoxins as a vaccine for the diphtheria virus. Top photograph is…
Newsletter issued by the Vanadium Corporation of America with articles entitled "Uranium in the Colorado Plateau Area," "Bus Springs: Wellsprings of Good Will," "The Vanadium Minerals — Part II — Mineral Sources of…
Small hardbound menu for a dinner held at the Hotel Brunswick on October 16, 1883 honoring Professor A. W. Hofmann.
August Wilhelm von Hofmann was born on April 8, 1818. He studied under Justus von Liebig, and was…
Letter to Arnold O. Beckman about the early stages of planning marketing and distribution for the pH meter. The National Postal Meter Company on the letterhead was one of Arnold Beckman's first employers, when they…
The letter regards Arthur Noyes's test results and serum supplied for his treatment.
Concerns a patent claim by Mathilda (sic) Groll, for cultivating microorganisms in whey and mixing them with sugar.