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    • Pl. XIII
    • 1872 (Published)

    Lorenzo Respighi (1824-1889) was the director of the University Observatory at the Campidoglio at Rome. Starting in October of 1869 he observed daily the entire limb of the sun recording prominences and other phenomena.…

    • Pl. X
    • 1872 (Published)

    From a photograph taken of a solar eclipse observed from Syracuse, Sicily on 22 December 1870.
    From text: "The photograph taken by Mr. Brothers is very valuable, since it shows the halo extending towards the…

    • Pl. IX
    • 1872 (Published)

    This plate illustrates four spectra from solar phenomena.
    Spectrum 1 is Solar Spectrum and Spectrum of the Prominences, during a total Eclipse.
    Spectrum 2 is Spectrum of the Corona. Observed by Charles Young…

    • Pl. VIII
    • 1872 (Published)

    This plate contains two prints from photographs of a solar eclipse viewed in Burlington, Iowa on August 7, 1869.
    "The photographic plates, which were exposed for the brief space of from five to sixteen seconds, give…

    • Pl. VII
    • 1872 (Published)

    Prints from photographs taken by Colonel James Francis Tennant (1829-1915). The upper picture shows the eclipse at the moment of totality, and the lower one immediately before it's cessation. Observed from Guntoor,…

    • 1899 (Creation)
    • 1906 (Publication)

    Whimsical illustration of mice in a laboratory with glassware, apparatus, and a Bunsen burner. Beatrix Potter was a niece of the author, Henry Roscoe, and created this illustration as a gift. The illustration is based…

    • 1835 – 1840

    This lithograph by Carl Straub, after a painting of the same subject by David Teniers II, shows the interior of a chemist's laboratory with a man seated in front of a furnace. He tends a glowing fire with a pair of…

    • The completed Louvre and New Rue de Rivoli
    • circa 1826 – 1865

    "Le Louvre Achevé et la Nouvelle Rue de Rivoli," which translates to "The completed Louvre and New Rue de Rivoli," depicts an aerial view of Paris, seen from a hot air balloon. Philippe Benoist (French, Geneva 1813–ca.…

    • Fontainebleau in Balloon, View Taken Above the Great Cavalry Quarter
    • circa 1846

    Jules Arnout (1814-1868) was a French lithographer who executed landscape views of cities in France, England, Italy, and Switzerland, many of which were based on his own sketches and drawings. This print shows a view of…

    • Paris and its Fortifications, View Taken in Balloon Above Mount Valerien
    • circa 1846

    Jules Arnout (1814-1868) was a French lithographer who executed landscape views of cities in France, England, Italy, and Switzerland, many of which were based on his own sketches and drawings. This print shows Paris and…

    • 1900 – 1950

    This 20th-century color lithograph reproduction of an early-19th-century engraving shows a pink and white striped balloon rising above a pastoral landscape. In the balloon basket are two small figures. The campus of…

    • Part of Spectrum Analysis Explained
    • 1872

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

    • circa 1824 – 1904

    The identity of the scientist in this lithograph is not currently known. The print was created by Robert Jacob Hamerton, who was a cartoonist and illustrator from County Longford, Ireland. He later moved to London,…

    • 1800s

    Originally published in Vanity Fair on January 8, 1887, this image depicts Louis Pasteur holding two white rabbits.

    • circa 1850 – 1883

    This dark and eerie scene centers on the seated figure of an alchemist, pausing as he works a pair of bellows to stoke a fire. Dwarfed by his enormous chair and the looming masonry furnace at left, the alchemist peers…

    • The Alchemist
    • after 1860

    In this fanciful scene of an alchemist's workroom, a bespectacled alchemist leans over to examine the contents of a bubble-like glass receiver. At left, an enormous alembic sits distilling over a furnace, extending a…

    • Marie and Pierre Curie
    • 1904-Dec-22

    A chromolithograph published in Vanity Fair of Marie and Pierre Curie and their apparatus for isolating radium chloride.

    • Part of Collected Studies on the Pathology of War Gas Poisoning
    • 1920

    Hemorrhages in residual pulmonary lesions from respiratory irritating gases.