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    • circa 1919

    A color print from photographs of growing belladonna from greenhouse to field. Eli Lilly and Company's biological laboratories building can be seen in the background. Eli Lilly and Company ran the experimental farm to…

    • 1898

    Intended as a health reference book for the family, topics include diseases, anatomy, hygiene, care of the sick, medicinal plants and administration of medicine. Select anatomical diagrams have been digitized along with…

    • 1898

    Depicts scurvy-grass, colchicum or meadow saffron, garlic, and horse-radish.

    • 1898

    Depicts peony, St. John's wort, aconite or monkshood, and lily of the valley.

    • Wood-strawberry
    • 1893

    The Plant-Atlas is a book about the herbal plants that can be used for health remedies. The publication of this book followed that of Sabastian Kneipp's My Water Cure, and is meant as a supplement to help the reader…

    • 1893

    The Plant-Atlas is a book about the herbal plants that can be used for health remedies. The publication of this book followed that of Sabastian Kneipp's My Water Cure, and is meant as a supplement to help the reader…

    • 1886

    Advertisement for the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy with illustration of the school's building.

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

    • 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…

    • 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

    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 have been imported and bought, for example the opium…

    • 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 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…