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The election, a medley, humbly inscribed to Squire Lilliput, professor of scurrility

Benjamin Rush, M.D. Professor of Medicine, in the University of Pennsylvania

James Madison to Key, September 9, 1826. Addressed to Professor Key.

James Madison to Professor Farrar, June 7, 1827.

James Madison to Professor Lomax, September 10, 1827.

James Madison to Professor Farrar, June 18, 1827.

James Madison to Professor Long, March 30, 1830.

Mr. King, professor of elocution, announces to the public that he will pronounce readings and recitations to be preceded by a short lecture: ... Washington, 1834.

A card. Mr. King, professor of elocution, announces to the public that his institution for the permanent correction and cure of stammering, and all other impediments of speech, is now open for the reception of pupils at the residence of Mrs. Lan

James Madison to Professor Palfrey, November 7, 1835.

Professor Wise, performing a surgical operation in Congress Hall

Professor Cummings, the celebrated magician, vocalist, and comedian!!

Samuel M. Hopkins, D.D., Hyde Professor of ecclesiastical history and church polity, Theological Seminary, Auburn, N.Y. / Melainotype by E.P. Senter ; engd. by J.C. Buttre, N.Y.

Washington, August 14, 1852. Sir: In accordance with an invitation from the corporate authorities of this City, and at the request of numerous citizens, Professor Boynton, of New York, will deliver a lecture upon the subject of Phillips' fire an

Professor [Thaddeus S.C.] Lowe's mammoth balloon, CITY OF NEW YORK, as she will apepar when fully inflated

Professor Lowe dictating a dispatch to Gen. McClellan during the battle at Fair Oaks

Astrology! What is astrology? ... Professor Baron has a profound knowledge of the rules of the Science of the stars ... Fee in full. Ladies 50 cts. Gentlemen $1. N. B. The Professor will remain in the city a short time only. Boston. J. H.

Idas Mazurka composed by Louis Hazelmayer, professor of music and magic

John B. Bailey, professor of sparring and gymnastics

[Professor Arnold Henry Guyot, of Princeton University, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / Pach Bro's, N.Y.

Professor Bell in Lyceum Hall, Salem, addressing a party of scientific men in Boston / From sketches by E.R. Morse.

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Professor Morton, January 31, 1880

The professor and the Sphynx

Professor Elias Loomis

The Warner prize essay. Comets: their composition, purpose and effect upon the earth. Professor Lewis Boss, Director of Dudley Obseratory, receives the $200 prize given by H. H. Warner, of Rochester. N. Y. [c. Oct. 10, 1884].

1 Professor J. Thomson, Sr.; 2 Lord Kelvin William Thomsom, Baron, 1824-1907 in 1891; 3 Professor James Thomson, Lord Kelvin's brother; 4 Dr. James T. Bottomley, Lord Kelvin's nephew

The professor of tattooing at work

[Professor Leopold Gmelin, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Atelier Elvira.

[Alfred Chapins, professor at the Université de Genève, Switzerland, half-length portrait, seated, facing left] / Lacombe & Arlaud.

[Professor Heinrich Ernst, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Hugo Strube & Co., Berlin.

Professor E.D. Cope's Study

Professor Sterling in Way down East

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics--What's the matter with these? / Keppler.

... The effect of imperialism upon the negro race. Ably set out by a colored man. (Written by Kelly Miller, professor of mathematics in Howard University, Washington, D. C. for the Springfield Republican. Boston, Mass. Published by the N. E. Ant

Professor Hadley wants ideals in politics -- what's the matter with these? / Keppler.

Greeks Were Home Lovers; Professor J. H. McDaniels speaks at Geneva Political Equality Club

Professor William W. Keen's Clinic, Jefferson Medical College Hospital, December 10th, 1902 (S)

Southeast from the barren slopes of Pelée above St. Pierre, Martinique, F.W.I., Professor Heilprin in foreground

An Underwood & Underwood platform - Professor [James] Ricalton stereographing the great Durbar, Delhi, India

Professor [James] Ricalton and two of his Cashmere friends at the Durbar, Delhi, India

The Professor and his pupils, Manhansett [i.e. Manhasset], Shelter Island, N.Y.

Professor Nathaniel Schmidt speaks on suffrage

Professor Nathaniel Schmidt to Address Geneva Political Equality Club

STAFFORD, W.P. PROFESSOR

WOLFSTEINER, DORE, PROFESSOR. GROUP

NEWCOMB, SIMON. PROFESSOR

WILLCOX, W.F. PROFESSOR

TILDEN, C.J. PROFESSOR

ALGER, PHILIP R. PROFESSOR

BEMIS, EDWARD W. PROFESSOR

HALL, ASAPH, PROFESSOR

FRISBY, E. PROFESSOR

MAYNARD, THEODORE. PROFESSOR

RAWSON, E.K. PROFESSOR

JAFFA, M.E., PROFESSOR

BOYD, DAVID R. PROFESSOR

PATTERSON, J.K. PROFESSOR

[Professor William Osler, half-length portrait, seated at desk]

ROBERTSON, JAMES. PROFESSOR

CLEVELAND, F.A. PROFESSOR

CHERINGTON, P.T. PROFESSOR

LILE, W.M. PROFESSOR

BEMIS, EDWARD W. PROFESSOR

MENDEL, L.B., PROFESSOR

Professor [James] Ricalton, with Japanese officers of 11th Division, at foot of Takushan, Port Arthur [Manchuria]

WRIGHTSON, PROF. PROFESSOR. HIS STUDY

ALEY, ROBERT. PROFESSOR

ROBINSON, LEIGH. PROFESSOR

LAMB, A.B., PROFESSOR

NEWELL, FRED H. PROFESSOR

NEWCOMB, SIMON. PROFESSOR. WITH CHILD

KING, A. PROFESSOR

CHANCELLOR, WILLIAM E. PROFESSOR

WRIGHTSON, F.L. PROFESSOR

FRANKENFIELD, H.C. PROFESSOR

BERG, ERNEST J. PROFESSOR

HOUGH, W.S. PROFESSOR

JAGGAR, THOMAS A. PROFESSOR

BERG, ERNEST J. PROFESSOR

O'HARA, FRANK. PROFESSOR

CLEVENGER, G.H. PROFESSOR

EICHELBERGER, W.S. PROFESSOR

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Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting; Speaker Professor John Muirheid on Shakespeare's Women

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting; Speaker Professor John Muirheid on Shakespeare's Women; page 2

South Professor St., Oberlin, Ohio

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice held at home of Professor and Mrs. Francis Philip Nash

[Professor Maria Louise Sanford, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

Through the Efforts of Professor Williams

Appreciation of Professor Nash by Hobart Board

[Professor Cleveland Abbe, first head of U.S. Weather Bureau, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left] / Clinedinst, Washington, D.C.

Lieut.-Col. J.W. Mallet; later professor of chemistry, University of Virginia ("Confederate ordnance")

Open air meeting at Washington, D.C. March 1913, calling upon Congress to pass the national woman suffrage amendment. Mrs. Mary Beard, wife of Professor Charles Beard of Columbia University, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, is speaking.

FOUSSY PROFESSOR

[J.H. Poynting "Professor of Physics in the Univ. of Birmingham", bust portrait, facing left]

Mrs. Mary Beard of New York is a member of the Executive Committee of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Beard is the wife of Professor Charles Beard of Columbia University and is joint author with him of his recent book on American Political History.

[Portrait of George R. Agassiz, professor of zoology at Harvard University, reading a book]

People Puck would like to introduce - "Professor Munsterberg of Harvard to Truth"

My dear lady, I go further than believing in woman suffrage, I maintain that man and woman are equal in every way : Oh professor! now you're bragging

Thomas Harrison Montgomery, late professor of zoology in the University of Pennsylvania