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 "Lafayette Science Club." A chalk board illustrates the Hoffman apparatus and states "what water is composed of." Caption underneath photograph reads "General Science is a live subject. It awakens the interest of the pupil."
Illustration found within junior high school/high school-level textbook on science with topics including air; food; water; weather; fire; heating, lighting and electricity within homes; clothing and microscopic organisms. Begins with a foreword to the teacher with subsequent content including scientific projects and experiments. End of book contains a bibliography of children's books on science as well as as list of equipment needed for text teachings. Scientific diagrams and illustrations can be found throughout the text including printed photographic reproductions of students conducting experiments and lab equipment setups for experiments.
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Tower, Samuel Francis. “Students Gather around a Teacher Who Is Conducting a Scientific Experiment.” The Science of Common Things; a Textbook of General Science. Boston, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company, 1922. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/3r074w10w.
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