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    • Part of Spectrum Analysis Explained
    • 1872

    Solar prominences as observed by Professor Charles Augustus Young of Dartmouth College on October 7-8, 1869.

    • Fig. 106.
    • 1872 (Published)

    Here Sschellen is illustrating and explaining the phenomenon of sunspots. The accompanying text states: "In Fig. 106 the drawings marked I represent the varying phases through which a spot surrounded by a penumbra…

    • Fig. 121
    • 1872 (Published)

    An illustration of a solar eclipse during the last 2 minutes, 25 seconds, therefore just before the reappearance of the sun's rays. The accompanying text states: ""Scarcely had the last ray of sunlight disappeared,"…

    • Fig. 135
    • 1872 (Published)

    An illustration of a man using Lockyer's telespectroscope. Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer (1836-1920), designed this instrument in order to observe the spectra of the prominences in full sunlight. Lockyer is best known for…

    • 1874

    Chapters cover food types commonly adulterated through the use of additives, with some additives being non-food items such as plaster of Paris, lead and brick dust. End of book features plate illustrations of common…

    • 1882

    This illustration by F.B. Opper appeared in the November 2, 1882 edition of Puck, an American literary humor magazine. The image shows three bearded alchemists in fantastic dress, working with crucibles, alembics, and…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Magnolia Acuminata, including leaves and blooming flower. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the illustration was drawn to scale. Per…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a Magnolia Glauca flower and leaves.
    The parts used medicinally are the bark. "This is a common shrub in swampy situations near the coast, from New Jersey southward."

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Magnolia Macrophylla, including leaves and blooming flower. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the illustration was drawn to scale. Per…

    • Indian Tobacco
    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Lobelia Inflata, commonly known as "Indian tobacco," including leaves and blooming flowers. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Printed illustration of the stem and leaf of the Lobelia inflata plant under different levels of magnification.

    • Carpenter's Square
    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Scrophularia Nodosa, commonly known as "Carpenter's Square," including leaves and blooming flowers. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Printed illustration of a section of bark from the magnolia glauca with accompanying explanation providing a key to the layers of the bark. The illustration is magnified 150 diameters.

    • Blue Lobelia
    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a flowering spike of Lobelia Syphilitica, commonly known as "Blue Lobelia," including leaves and blooming flowers. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Printed map depicts the eastern half of the United States of America with the distribution of Liriodendron Tulipifera, or tulip tree, spanning from the Florida Panhandle west to Arkansas all the way north through…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Printed map depicts the eastern half of the United States of America with the distribution of genus magnolia, spanning from northern Florida west to Texas all the way north through Illinois, New York and Massachusetts.…

    • Tulip tree
    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Liriodenron Tulipifera, commonly known as “tulip tree,” including a leaf and blooming flower. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the…

    • Part of The Book of Health
    • 1884

    Anatomical diagram of an adult human skeleton with notations identifying major bones of the head, chest, spine, arms, and legs. This diagram appears opposite page 800 in a chapter on bones fractures and surgical…

    • Part of The Book of Health
    • 1884

    Three-dimensional color diagram of human chest and abdomen consisting of hinged, paper flap overlays. A form of anatomical illustration in use as early as 1538, the overlays progressively fold back to reveal the…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of flowers, leaves, and stems of Erecthites Hieracifolia. Common name: fireweed.

    • Pawpaw
    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

    Botanical illustration of a branch of Asimina Triloba, commonly known as "pawpaw," including leaves and blooming flower. “Natural size” is noted after the scientific name of the plant, indicating that the illustration…

    • Part of The Book of Health
    • 1885

    Three-dimensional color diagram of human head consisting of hinged, paper flap overlays. A form of anatomical illustration in use as early as 1538, the overlays progressively fold back to reveal the interior and major…

    • Part of Spectrum analysis six lectures delivered in 1868 before the society of apothecaries of London
    • 1885

    Chromo-lithograph of the Spectra of the Metals of the Alkalis and Alkaline Earths, from the Drawings of [Robert] Bunsen and [Gustav] Kirchhoff. With Scale of Wave-Lengths Added.

    Through research conducted in the…