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    • 1886

    Illustrations printed in color of two varieties of cinchona bark. No. 109 is Cinchona Flavae cortex or yellow cinchona bark and No. 111 is Cinchonae Carthagenae cortex or Carthagena bark.

    This manual identifies plants…

    • 1886

    Illustrations printed in color. Illustration No. 108 is Cinchonae rubrae cortex or red cinchona bark. Illustration No. 110 is Cinchonae pallidae cortex or pale cinchona bark.

    This manual identifies plants used for…

    • 1886

    Illustrations of medicinal plants printed in color. No. 70 is a cassia pulp, No. 73 is a catechu nigrum or cutch made from the heart wood of the acacia. No. 81 is Amygdala amara or bitter almond, No. 83 is Amygdala…

    • Plate 8.
    • 1886

    An Illustration printed in color of various leaves, a bark, and seed. No. 41 is Buchu Folia, No. 42 is Cuspariae vel Angusturae Cortex or Angustura bark, No. 64 is Physostigmatis Semen or calabar bean, No. 68 is Senna…

    • Plate 7.
    • 1886

    Illustrations printed in color of a lemon whole and a cross-section and a bael fruit whole as well as a cross-section.

    This manual identifies plants used for medicinal purposes. The focus is on plants that can be…

    • 1886

    Illustration printed in color. Item no. 29. is guarana, which is made from the seeds of the paullinia sorbilis ground, made into a paste then molded into a cylindrical mass and dried. Guarana is known for its high…

    • 1886

    Illustration printed in color of roots from plants in the Polygalaceae family. The top root, no. 23, is a Senegae Radix or Senega root. The lower two illustrations, no. 24, are of the Krameriae Radix or Rhatany root.

    • Plate 4.
    • 1886

    Printed illustration in color of two opium masses. Opium is made from the juice from the capsules of Papaver somniferum which is then hardened by evaporation. The top illustration, no. 18, is of Egyptian Opium which was…

    • Plate 3.
    • 1886

    Printed illustration in color of two opium masses. Opium is made from the juice from the capsules of Papaver somniferum which is then hardened by evaporation. The top, no. 16, is of a Smyrna Opium which is wrapped in…

    • Pareirae radix
    • 1886

    A color lithograph of Pareirae radix, Pareira root.

    This manual identifies plants used for medicinal purposes. The focus is on plants that can be acquired through commerce in Britain and are illustrated as they would…

    • 1886

    Color lithograph of five botanical specimens: No. 1. Aconiti Folia. Aconite leaves (leaves and flowering tops of Aconitum Napellus or Monkshood; No. 2. Aconiti Radix. Aconite root; No. 3. Podophylli Rhizoma. Podophyllum…

    • 1962-Dec

    An illustrated infographic of the basic process of fission materials and waste from the nuclear reactor to chemical processing plant to the fission products development laboratory becoming isotopes for market or nuclear…

    • circa 1919

    Illustration of two magnified cultures from the hippocampus section (referred to in the illustration as Ammonshorn) of the brain of a dog infected with the rabies virus.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrated magnified cultures of the bacterium streptococci, pertussis, Pfeiffer's Bacillus, and pneumobacilli. Pfeiffer's Bacillus refers to Haemophilus influenzae, first described by Richard Pfeiffer in 1892.

    • circa 1919

    Illustration of magnified cultures of Bacillus diphtheriae which can cause the disease diphtheria.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of products and contains…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrations showing magnified cultures of bacillus typhosus and bacillus coli. Bacillus typhosus can cause typhoid fever. Bacillus Coli refers to E. coli.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrations of four magnified cultures and one test tube of bacterium. These human pathogens are responsible for these diseases: Pneumococci can cause pneumonia, gonococci causes gonorrhea, catarrhalis cause…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrations of two test tubes and two magnified samples of the bacteria tubercle bacillus.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of products and contains practical…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrations of two test tubes and two magnified samples of the bacteria Clostridium tetani, which causes tetanus disease.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of…

    • circa 1919

    Illustrated catalog of cases containing hypodermic syringes, needles, and drugs or vaccines. The drugs and vaccines are in ampoule vials and tubes of hypodermatic tablets. Drugs illustrated include morphine, heroin,…

    • circa 1919

    Illustration of two cases of assorted dental preparations in bottles and boxes.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of products and contains practical information such…

    • circa 1919

    Illustration of containers with pulvules (Lilly's brand of gelatin capsules) spilling out. Drugs shown include: cascara, quinine sulphate, belladonna, acetylsalicylic acid, and calcium lactate.

    Created by Eli Lilly &…

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    • circa 1919

    Illustration of bottles containing dental therapeutic products. Formula of Dr. J. P. Buckley.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of products and contains practical…

    • (left side of spread)
    • circa 1919

    Illustration of bottles containing dental therapeutic products. Formula of Dr. J. P. Buckley.

    Created by Eli Lilly & Company, this handbook is meant for pharmacists. It is a list of products and contains practical…

    • circa 1919

    An illustration of bottles of various chocolate-flavored drugs and supplements for oral consumption. Includes: coco-quinine, coco-emulsion of cod liver oil, coco-santal compound, calomel, and phenolphthalein. The…