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N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the original picture painted by J. Neagle for the Hall of the Medical Institute Philadelphia

N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the original picture painted by J. Neagle for the Hall of the Medical Institute Philadelphia

 
 
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Print shows Dr. Nathaniel Chapman, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly right, standing next to a table with large books.
79 U.S. Copyright Office.
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Caption continues: Professor of the institutes & practice of physic & clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania &c. &c. &c.
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Inscribed in ink on verso: No. 79 [...] N. Chapman, M.D. 1831 August 1. Deposited by John Neagle as proprietor.
Stauffer, 1599
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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