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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…

    • 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…

    • Plate I
    • 1886

    Eighteen illustrations of various fats under a microscope. Some examples are under polarized light. Dr. Taylor was trying to create a method of analyzing different fat types to be able to judge purity of food against…

    • 1949

    Illustration of an atom radiating out to four sectors of the economy: Industry, Agriculture, Medicine, and Power. This back cover of the magazine is meant to cement the idea that atomic energy is the future of business.…

    • Science fair exhibits
    • 1949

    Article illustrating and describing the potential for atomic energy as a subject in high school science exhibits.
    This is a magazine supplement meant to inform the educational leaders of the United States about the…

    • Home and garden bulletin no. 79
    • 1963-Sep (Slightly revised September 1963)

    Bulletin published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture with information furnished by the Crops Research Division, Agricultural Research Service. Contents include tips on buying herbicides, treating infestations, and…

    • circa 1919

    Color printed photographs of fields of medicinal plants with workers and horses present. The medicinal plants are henbane and digitalis. Eli Lilly and Company ran the experimental farm to try to propagate drug plants as…

    • Eli Lilly and Company
    • circa 1919

    An illustration of the principal office and laboratories of the Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    • 1893

    Portrait of Sir James Simpson, used as the prototype for a published illustration in the January 1894 issue of The Century Magazine, in an article about the invention of chloroform. Simpson was the first to demonstrate…