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    • 1665

    The engraving on the lower-half of the title page depicts the coat of arms of the Royal Society, founded in November 1660 by royal charter of King Charles II. The coat of arms consists of a shield argent featuring the…

    • 1665

    First edition of Robert Hooke's seminal volume, the first large work to illustrate microscopical objects, with copperplates engraved by Hooke himself. All 38 copperplates from the volume are digitized here, with…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting miscellaneous forms of microscopic and minute organisms living in water.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting crustacea, bryozoa, and spongidæ, minute animals and sponges living in water. Figures 1 through 3 depict crustacea magnified at 25 (Figures 1 and 2) and 2 (Figure 3) diameters respectively.…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting rotifera, microscopic multi-celled organisms, and crustacea, arthropods with jointed appendages, living in water. Figures 1 through 4 depict rotifera magnified at 150 (Figures 2 and 3) and…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting rotifera, microscopic multi-celled organisms living in water. While microscopic in size, rotifera have digestive and vascular systems and are commonly classified according to three features:…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of protozoa, microscopic one-celled organisms, and rotifera, microscopic multi-celled organisms, living in water. Figures 1 and 2 depict protozoa magnified at 500 diameters. The…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of protozoa, microscopic one-celled organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted in Figures 1, 6, 7, 8, and 9 is 500 diameters. The magnification of…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of protozoa, microscopic one-celled organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted in Figures 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 9 is 500 diameters. Figures 6, 8, 10,…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of protozoa, microscopic one-celled organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted in Figures 1 through 11 is 500 diameters. Figure 12 is magnified at…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of chlorophyceæ (green algae) and fungi, microscopic plant organisms living in water. Figures 1 through 3 depict chlorophyceæ magnified at 125 diameters. Figures 4 through 8…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of fungi and protozoa, microscopic plant and animal organisms living in water. Figures 1 through 3 depict fungi and Figures 4 through 10 depict protozoa. All illustrations are…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of chlorophyceæ (green algae), microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate varies from 75 to 500 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of chlorophyceæ (green algae), microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate is 250 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of chlorophyceæ (green algae), microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate varies from 100 to 500 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of cyanophyceæ and chlorophyceæ (green algae), microscopic plant organisms living in water. Figures 1 through 9 are classified as cyanophyceæ and figures 10 through 12 are…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of chlorophyceæ (green algae), microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate is 500 diameters, except for Figure 9, which…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of schizophyceæ, microscopic plant organisms living in water. Figures 1 through 4 are classified as schzomycetes and figures 5 through 14 are classified as cyanophyceæ. The…

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of diatoms or diatomaceæ, microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate is 500 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of diatoms or diatomaceæ, microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate is 500 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting various forms of diatoms or diatomaceæ, microscopic plant organisms living in water. The magnification of the organisms depicted on the plate is 500 diameters.

    • 1914

    Illustrated plate depicting sediment (chiefly algae) from tap water collected on cotton disks in Cambridge, Massachusetts during the autumn of 1913. Per the author, the plate is intended to illustrate the variations in…

    • 1914

    Cover and illustrated color plates from the 3rd edition of The microscopy of drinking water by George Chandler Whipple. Per the author, the book is designed to serve as a guide for the water analyst and water-works…

    • 1884-Apr – 1887-Jun

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

    • 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.