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[Title page of Witelo, De Natura, illus. with composite of various phenomena of natural science: mirror; man wading in water to show refracted light; box balanced at fulcrum on another box; sunlight shining through glass to start fire; rainbow]

[Title page for The complete gentleman, by Henry Peacham, with elaborate border showing figures of "Nobilitas" and "Scientia"] / Fr. Delaram sculp. anno. 1522 [i.e., 1622]

Thomas Jefferson to National Institute, November 14, 1802, Science and Arts

Thomas Jefferson to National Institute, November 3, 1802, Science and Arts

Premiere séance de l'institut National ; le 15 Germinal, An 4eme de la République / Girardet inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

The political and military reformer. Devoted to the support of truly Republican principles -- of a well disciplined militia -- of an American system of education, and of sound literature and science. [Prospectus] January 30, 1846. [s. l.]

Allegory of arts and sciences

Prospectus of a weekly family newspaper, to be called the "Fireside companion," Devoted to literature, foreign and domestic news, the arts and science for the domestic circle, temperance, and morality in general. Washington City, D. C., Feb., 18

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.

Call at the book store and get a solution of our national difficulties, and the science of Republican government. By a citizen of the United States. A pamphlet of sixty pages. Published by M. Warren [A review of the book by John F. Wright] Octob

An appeal to the friends of science. For the second time, the Portland Society of National History has been visited by a destructive calamity. Its new hall, with the furniture and all its collections, have again been destroyed by fire ... [Portl

[Prometheus unbound; or, science in Olympus]

[A group photograph of the students of the Mekteb-i Mülkiye-yi (Imperial School of Political Science)] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[Mekteb-i Mülkiye-yi Şahane (Imperial School of Political Science)] / Abdullah Frères, photographes de S.M.I. le Sultan.

Madison, Wis., Chemical Laboratory and Science Hall

[Garden, Mekteb-i Mülkiye-yi Şahane (Imperial School of Political Science)] / Abdullah Frères, photographes de S.M.I. le Sultan.

Science, or sport? - A modern spectacle after an old model / J. Keppler.

The universal church of the future - from the present religious outlook / J. Keppler.

An appalling attempt to muzzle the watch-dog of science / F. Graetz.

[Man on ship comparing temperature of the surface of the sea and the air in various parts of the world] / E. Gulland ; Pearson, sc.

[Three men on deck of the H.M.S. Challenger studying Medusae, jellyfish] / E. Gulland ; Pearson, sc.

College memories. by a fellow of the Society of science, letters and arts (London Eng.) before the Adrian college Theological society, March 23, 1889. [Two columns of verse] W. F. Cogswell. Adrian, Mich [1889].

Science, independence, freedom

[Illustration demonstrating that the efficiency of a power cycle depends on the temperature in an engine]

First Christian Science Church, Denver

[Science class in Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Washington, D.C.]

[Reproduction of page from notebook of Leonardo da Vinci]

The sciences

"Art" by W. de L. Dodge, north-west pavilion (Pavilion of art and science)

For once, science and religion agree / Keppler.

[Students in a science class using microscopes, Western High School, Washington, D.C.]

[Class in science - studying water vapor, 2nd Division elementary school, Washington, D.C.]

[Students in a science class conducting experiments, Western High School, Washington, D.C.]

[Group of young women studying electro-magnets in normal school, Washington, D.C.]

[Girls in a science laboratory at Eastern High School, Washington, D.C.]

[Group of young women performing atmospheric pressure experiments while studying science in normal school, Washington, D.C.]

The last stand - science versus superstition / Keppler.

[Science class, Normal school]

[Science classroom scene - 7 or 8 year-olds studying the magnet, 8th Division, Washington, D.C.]

Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

[John B. Stetson University School of Technology & Hall of Science, De Land, Fla.]

Howard Univ., Washington, D.C., ca. 1900 - class in bacteriology laboratory

[Museum of Arts & Science (Brooklyn Museum), Brooklyn, N.Y.]

Academy of National Science [i.e. Natural Sciences], Philadelphia, Pa.

Williams Science Hall, University of Vermont

[Science building, Springfield College (?), Springfield, Mass.]

The law can not be "removed" by Christian Science / Keppler.

John C. Green School of Science, Princeton University

Science Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

School of Technology and Hall of Science, John B. Stetson University

[Christian Science Church (First Church of Christ, Scientist), Boston, Mass.]

[Arts and science, canopy of the rotunda]

POPULAR SCIENCE MAGAZINE

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Charles R. Cox, October 7, 1905

POPULAR SCIENCE MAGAZINE

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Charles R. Cox, October 7, 1905

Artifice, ruse, and subterfuge at the card table : a treatise on the science and art of manipulating cards / by S.W. Erdnase

Dedication of Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Main entrance, Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Dome of Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Tower of Christian Science Church, Concord, N.H.

Domestic Science Bldg.

Science, Bela L. Pratt, Boston Public Library

Christian Science Church, 18 & Col. Rd., [Washington, D.C.]

Yale-in-China -- Chapel - Science - Medical middle school - Hospital

[Boston, Mass., Boston Public Library, Science(statue), Bela L. Pratt]

Christian Science Church, Boston, Mass.

Natl. Academy of Science medal to Hoover and Fowler

[Science, [by] Bela L. Pratt, Boston Public Library]

Natl. Academy of Science medal to Hoover and Fowler

Christian Science Church

"Dogs first!" / Albert Levering.

Vivisection / Will Crawford.

"Away with that life-net!" / Kep.

"Thumbs down!" / Will Crawford.

Monuments of civilization / Keppler.

The melting pot / Hy Mayer ; by Hy Mayer.

The Detroit news timely topics. Artichoke yields sweetest sugar

DOMENJOS, JUAN, OF SOUTH AMERICA, AVIATOR. WITH BLERIOT OR ANTOINETTE PLANE. PAN AMERICAN SCIENCE CONGRESS

The Detroit news timely topics. Artichoke yields sweetest sugar

DOMENJOS, JUAN, OF SOUTH AMERICA, AVIATOR. WITH BLERIOT OR ANTOINETTE PLANE. PAN AMERICAN SCIENCE CONGRESS

[Domestic Science class in Horace Mann School. See Bliss report.] Location: [Tulsa, Oklahoma] / [Lewis W. Hine]

[Man with globe, compass, and books gazing over landscape]

Domestic Science class in Horace Mann School. See Bliss report. Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine.

Domestic Science Dept. of University of Mexico

Photo made just after the degree of Doctor of Science had been conferred on Col. Theodore Roosevelt and Russell J. Coles.

Books. English and science front cover

Medical Science bldg., Vt. Ave. & L, [Washington, D.C.]

Medical Science bldg., Vt. Ave. & L, [Washington, D.C.]

Lone Star Cement Co. Exhibit in Academy of Science II

Lone Star Cement Co. Exhibit in Academy of Science I

[...] to the Internat'l convention held in [Canada?] Left to right: Dr. Martha Kuppersbusch, Prof. of Political Science; Wilhelmine Lohman, Social Worker; Mrs. Tolde Strecker, Dr. Strecker, Pres. of the Nat'l Prohibition Assoc. of Germany, Mrs. Guste von Bhiecher, Pres. Womans Christian Temperance Society of Germany

Science service

Paul Brockett, Librarian, Smithsonian Nat'l Academy of Science, 7/19

Science service

Coolidge with Convention of American Assn. for Advancement of Science, [12/31/24]

Calvin Coolidge at the Nat'l Academy of Science & Research Council

Oh Gosh! Temperature made to order for our homes; factory operated farms; letters sent and received by radio; aircraft guided through fog and darkness by an invisible radio wave; and motion pictures by radio in our homes. These are among the wonders of science of tomorrow as foreshadowed by Henry D. Hubbard, secretary of the United States Bureau of Standards

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