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The land of our birth. The following poem was then read by Prof. Rodney Welch one of the editors of The Times, of Chicago, a native of Monmouth, Kennebec county, Me. [Chicago? Ill.].

Ch. D. Meigs, M.D. Prof. Med & Diseases of women & children in the Jefferson Medical College of Philada. / engraved by Welch & Walter (Of Philada) from a daguerreotype by M.P. Simons.

Prof. Morse reading a newspaper / A.J.S.

Christmas Carol. The visit of Saint Nicholas. Written by Prof.C. C. Moore. Philadelphia. Issued by John M. Wolff, stationer [1842].

Soliloquy of Prof. John W. Webster, after the disappearance of Dr. Geo. Parkman up to the time of his execution. By Mary G. Doe. [Aug. 1850].

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Prof. Alexander Dallas Bache

Prof. Henry Peters [?] Gray

Prof. Lowry

Prof. Frances Lieber

Prof. S. Manney

Prof. Dwight

Prof. Robert Weir

Prof. Dwight

Prof. Johnson

Prof. S. Manney

Prof. E.D. Owens

Prof. Dwight

Prof. Mills

Prof. Johnson

Prof. S. Manney

Prof. Frances Lieber

Prof. Sillman

Prof. Johnson

Prof. Sillman

Prof. Lowry

Prof. Frances Lieber

Prof. E.D. Owens

Prof. Henry Peters [?] Gray

Prof. French

Prof. Henry Peters [?] Gray

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Prof. Sillman

Prof. French

Prof. French

Prof. Alexander Dallas Bache

George Washington first president of the U. S. Drawn with the pen by P. M. Collins. Prof. of penmanship. [New York? c. 1855].

Prof. James Strong

Prof. Mills

Prof. James Strong

Prof. E.D. Owens

Prof. Robert Weir

Prof. Chas. [i.e., Charles] Anthon

Prof. Mills

Prof. Lowry

Prof. Robert Weir

Prof. Hedrick's defence From the North Carolina Standard of Oct 8, 1856. Messrs. Editors. In the last "Standard," I see a communication, signed "Alumnus." Although my name is not mentioned therein, still I suppose there is little doubt that it w

Prof. J. Isaacs, oculist and aurist of Philadelphia, formerly of Leyden, Holland, is now stopping at Hill's hotel, Elizabethtown for twelve days where he can be consulted on all diseases of the eye and ear ... Prof. J. Isaacs. N. B. No charge ma

Prof. J.H. Coffin

Prof. John Langston, Howard University

Prof. Joseph Henry

Prof. E. Hilgard

Prof. Joseph Henry

Prof. Pierce

Prof. Hitchcock

Prof. E. Hilgard

Prof. Bernard

Prof. Bernard

Prof. Jos. Henry

Prof. John Langston, Howard University

Prof. Agassiz / James W. Black, photographer.

Prof. La Mountain, the Aeronaut, reconnoitering the rebel positions near Ft. Monroe

Prof. T. Lowe making a balloon ascension on a reconnoitring expedition to Vienna, Va.

Prof. T.S.C. Lowe, Civil War balloonist

[Prof. Thaddeus Lowe's "Balloon Camp" at Gaines Mill, Va., May 1862: Lowe prepares to ascend; soldiers crowded around car of balloon]

[Prof. Thaddeus Lowe's "Balloon Camp" at Gaines Mill, Va., May 1862: balloon in backgrd. across field; horsemen in foregrd.]

Torpedo Station, James River, Va. Prof. Maillefert and naval officers who were employed in removing Confederate torpedoes, April, 1865

Prof. Mailefert and naval officers at the torpedo station on the James River

Eastman, Prof. Naval Observatory

Prof. Jos. Henry

Hall, Prof.

Haldeman, Prof. Samuel S. (1812-1880)

Odlum, Prof.

Marsh, Prof. O.C.

Torpedo Station, James River, Va. Prof. Maillefert and naval officers who were employed in removing Confederate torpedoes, April, 1865

Odlum, Prof.

Hall, Prof.

Lowe, Prof. T.S.C. (military balloonist)

Marsh, Prof. O.C. of Conn.

The greatest blessing of the age! Prof. Kayton's great remedy for pains and aches: The oil of life! ... Savannah, Ga. Power press, E. J. Purse. [c. 1869].

Baird, Prof. Spencer, Head of Smithsonian Institute (1st Commissioner)

Gatling, Prof. Richard Jordan

Darwin, Prof.

Holden, Prof.

Prof. S.F.B. Morse. The great inventor of the telegraph

Vase of Prof. Chaplin[?]

Coming! Prof. H.B. Reynolds the world renowned sorcerer, necromancer, and magician will appear in Freaks ....

Prof. Edmund Clark's studies for the banjo

Prof. A. Graham Bell's induction-balance for ascertaining the location of a bullet in a human body / from a sketch by William A. Skinkle.

Prof. Edmund Clark's studies for the banjo [bass elevated to B]

Prof. Edmund Clark's studies for the banjo; Waltzes

Prof. Theurer in his inimitable feats of skill and dexterity

The iron worker and King Solomon / the original painted by Prof. C. Schussele, 1864 ; engraved by John Sartain, Phila.

[Prof. Henry Solon Graves, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Nude male, Prof. B.A. McFadden, full-length portrait, standing on pedestal, facing left, wearing a fig leaf, with hands behind head]

[Nude male, Prof. B.A. McFadden, full-length portrait, standing on one foot on pedestal, facing right, wearing a fig leaf]

The boxing cats (Prof. Welton's) /

The McKinley flying machine (with respectful apologies to Prof. Langley)

[Prof. Frederick William Nicholls Crouch, head-and-shoulders portrait facing front]

Prof. E.D. Cope's study

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