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    • 1997-May-17

    George Rosenkranz was born in Budapest, Hungary and studied chemical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. While en-route to Ecuador to assume an academic position at the University of Quito,…

    • 1993-Apr-27

    Howard E. Simmons, Jr., begins the interview describing his family history. Simmons, an only child growing up in Norfolk, Virginia, pursued early chemistry interests in a home laboratory and graduated high school near…

    • 1983

    Periodic table designed in the style of a pyramid by Charles E. Gragg. This table was published by Instruments for Research and Industry and includes instructions for assembly into a 3-D model.

    • 1982

    Periodic table designed in the style of a cube by J. Francis Young, Professor of Civil and Ceramic Engineering, University of Illinois. This table was published by Instruments for Research and Industry and includes…

    • 1814

    English chemist William Hyde Wollaston invented the Scale of Chemical Equivalents which is explained in this publication along with a foldout plate illustrating Dr. Wollaston's Synoptic Scale of Chemical Equivalents.…

    • 1814

    English chemist William Hyde Wollaston invented the Scale of Chemical Equivalents which is explained in this publication along with a foldout plate illustrating Dr. Wollaston's Synoptic Scale of Chemical Equivalents.…

    • 1940s

    Rainbow-colored periodic table of the elements designed in the style of an irregular spiral. Per text accompanying the table, the colors and construction of the table are designed to express the relationship among…

    • 1970

    Reproduction of a periodic table designed in the style of a spiral by Dr. Theodor Benfey, Professor of Chemistry, Guilford College. The table was originally published on page 27 of the January 1970 edition of CHEMISTRY.

    • 1975

    Rainbow-colored periodic table in the style of a spiral with different sizes of revolutions designed by J.F. Hyde of the Dow Corning Corporation.

    • 1948-Jan-05

    Philatelic First Day Cover honoring American agricultural scientist and inventor George Washington Carver (1864?-1943). The envelope features an illustrated rendering of Carver and the George Washington Carver Museum in…

    • 1948-Jan-05

    Philatelic First Day Cover honoring American agricultural scientist and inventor George Washington Carver (1864?-1943). The envelope features an illustrated rendering of Carver and the Tuskegee Institute, as well as a…

    • circa 1919

    Three photographs of horses and people in the stables at Eli Lilly showing the grooming of a horse, the bleeding of a horse, and antitoxin horses in stalls. Horses were used to create antitoxins (antibodies) to…

    • 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.

    • 1922

    Printed photographic reproduction illustrating two wiring plans for a doorbell: one bell and two push buttons with either button ringing the bell, the other showing two bells and two push buttons with each button…

    • 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…

    • 1922

    Daily weather map of the United States with symbols indicating the state of weather as well as isobars and isotherms illustrated by continuous or dotted lines, respectively. Arrows denote wind direction.

    Illustration…

    • 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…

    • 1922

    Map illustrating the Wachusett, Sudbury and Cochituate watersheds with the reservoirs, aqueducts and pipe pines that supply water to Boston, Massachusetts. Caption reads "This is one of the greatest water systems of the…

    • 1922

    Scientific diagram illustrates the percentage composition of foods including corn, potato, onion, apple, peanut butter and olive oil. Illustrations are after the charts created by Charles Ford Langworthy of the United…

    • 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…

    • 1922

    Scientific diagram illustrates the percentage composition of foods including a pork chop, cod, egg, cream cheese, bean and bread. Illustrations are after the charts created by Charles Ford Langworthy of the United…

    • 1922

    Junior high school or high school-aged male students gather around a teacher who is conducting a scientific experiment. Several students have their hands raised. Pennants on the wall list "Pioneer Science Club" and…