Image from page 16 of “American X-ray journal” (1899 )

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Title: < a href="" > American X-ray journal Year:< a href="" > 1899 (< a href="" > 1890s) Authors:. Topics:< a href="" > X-Rays< a href="" > Radiography Publisher:< a href="" > St. Louis: American X-Ray Publishing Co. Contributing Library:< a href="" > The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historic Medical Library Digitizing Sponsor:< a href="" > Open Knowledge Commons and the National Endowment for the Liberal arts View Book Page:< a href="

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of the fluoroscope, where bypressure on a button under the thumb thecurrent is cut off. enabling you to studythe soft structures, and when the desiredillumination is gotten cut off the currentand repeat at will. I understand that the theoretical consider-ation of a topic has much less weightthan its practical discussion: for that reason, to illustrate the surgical flexibility of thefluoroscope. I quote the following cases: Case 16. Mr. F. Grand Forks. NorthDakota. Referred to me by Dr. WalterCourtney. of Brainard. Mr. F. was sentto him with a medical diagnosis of rheumatism.Dr. C. believed a bullet in the knee joint, as the man had been shot in the thigh inthe early fall. Fluoroscope exposed smallbullet in the knee joint. Skiagraph takenand sent along with the patient back tohis surgeon. THE AMERICAN X-RAY JOURNAL. Case iS. Mr. 15. in September. 1896, shot himself in left foot, necessitatingamputation oi great toe; foot torn. Dis- Text Appearing After Image: ease 16. Bullet
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sinus continued for some time.Fluoroscope exposed five big shot andfracture oi second and 3rd metatarsalbones. Two of the shot got rid of. Case 19. Mr. S. brakeman. shot in leftelbow: wound probed, however no bullet discovered: thought to be imbedded in forearm.Fluoroscope exposed no bullet: struckacromion procedure and lanced: whileplowing a furrow in tissues, it was notimbedded. Case 20. Miss W. colored. Referredby Dr. Frank R. Wright. Received acharge oi buckshot in right arm: 4 intriceps muscle, one two inches above w rist, one wedged in between ulna and radius atwrist, and one in hand. Fluoroscope re-vealed them. Skiagraphed and returnedto her cosmetic surgeon. Case 27. Mr. K. Utica. South Dakota. 7 Referred by Dr. Dunsmoor. Tumor inlower third oi femur. Fluoroscope re-vealed bone shading off into growth; skiagraphed the same. Medical diagnosis, osteosarcomo. Dr. Dunsmoor amputated athip joint. Microscopic area verifieddiagnosis. Case 34. W. H., aged 12. Referr

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Exhibition of the American Water Color Society

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Exhibition of the American Water Color Society
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Regional Accession Number: 2012. AAP.170.
Title: Exhibit of the American Water Color Society.
Creator/Contributor: Parrish, Maxfield, 1870-1966 (artist).
Date provided: 1890-1920 (approximate).
Physical description: 1 print (poster): color; 53 x 36 cm.
Summary: A guy sits with an artist’s pad and holds a paintbrush.
Category: Book & & magazine posters; Prints.
Subjects: Guy.
Notes: Title from product.
Date note: Date supplied by cataloger.
Declaration of obligation: M. P.
Collection: American Art Posters 1890-1920.
Area: Boston Public Library, Print Department.
Rights: No known restrictions.

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Image from page 62 of “The American yearly of photography” (1914 )

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: americanannualof28newy Title:< a href="" > The American yearly of photography Year:< a href="" > 1914(< a href="" > 1910s) Authors:. Subjects:< a href="" > Photography Publisher:< a href="" > New York: Tennant and Ward Contributing Library:< a href="" > Harold B. Lee Library Digitizing Sponsor:< a href="" > Brigham Young University View Book Page:< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > Book Viewer About This Book:< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > Catalog Entry View All Images:< a href="" > All Images From Book Click on this link to< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Prior to Image: valuable outcomes, thanthat of photo-micrography, which allows the microscopist tosecure a wealth of detail from
the minute forms of life quiteimpossible by any system of sketching through a cameralucida. Vlt should not be forgotten that both cam and cameralucida might be a rewarding source of error, either through absenceof understanding essential to avoid it, or the predisposition of what is calledthe individual equation. For pictorial purposes this individu- 34 ality is of the greatest significance, and latitude is rightly givenin the treatment of both negative and print, but to the scientificworker whose aim ought to be to portray nature simply as it issuch doctoring of an unfavorable is strictly forbidden. Mereprettiness is of no worth unless it communicates an honest renderingof the object photographed, and this dominating aspect ofaccuracy ought to be kept in mind by all photo-micrographers. Now, it is a strange truth that there are numerous medical studentsand amateurs in every grade of society who take up pho- Text Appearing After Image: ENLARGED POLYCYSTINA. Highlighting Short Article Microscopic Lense and Video Camera, by Walter Bagshaw, F.R.M.S. tography as a pastime, while at the very same time regularlyusingthe microscope for serious workwho nevertheless have actually nevertried the camera and microscopic lense in combination. This may develop from lack of thought, though probably atotal mistaken belief of fancied difficulties has actually had a deterringeffect. Whether from one or both causes the function of thepresent article is to call attention to the fascinating simplicityof photographing through the microscope. Independent ofweather, landscapes, and sunlight, the photographer may be seatedat a comfortable fireside by gaslight and produce images mar- 35 velous and explanatory; records of a huge kingdom unnoticeable tothe unassisted eye. An easy experiment will make it possible for theowner of any microscope to utilize it as a magic lantern forprojecting a magnified image of his slide on to a piece ofwhite cardboard, and the only distinction betwixt enlargementsmade in this way Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally improved for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work. Image from page 577 of” Leaders of Polk County

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TheDoctor provided the shoes.
He was a firm believer in DivineProvidence– that the Lord would offer His own. One morn-ing, a poor lady came to his door pleading. He provided her hiswifes shoes, leaving her shoeless. Throughout the day, a male gavehim a five-dollar bill, with which he purchased his other half a set ofshoes. He was accustomed to set about town, see families, have asocial chat, and welcome them to attend his conferences. In one familywas a female who revealed a desire to go to, however she had no bon-net. Edwards, at the next meeting, did not forget it, and in hisprayer said: And, O Lord, send Jennie Sanford a new bonnet, so she can go to church. His personal allusions were gotten without affront, for hissincerity, kindness, and real Christian spirit deactivated them of allsting. December Eighth, 1907. Text Appearing After Image: SAMUEL B. GARTON SAMUEL B. GARTON APTOISTEEE of the county who has actually been carefully identifiedwith the growth of Des Moines, more specifically that of theEast Side, is Saimiel B. Garton, or Sam., as

he is familiarlycalled by old-timers. He was born in Wisley, County of Surrey, England, February Third, 1848. His dad resided on a small, leased farm, raised wheat and tablevegetables, which he required to London and offered in a market stall.Ha ing a household of four young boys and 3 girls, he discovered it tough tomake both ends meet at the end of the year. Heai-ing so muchof the possibilities for a pauper in America, he decided to comeand try it. Appropriately, May Twenty-third, 1854, with his family, he left London on the sailing vessel, Christiana, and arrived atISTew l ^ ork on the evening of July 4th, amid the glare of fire-works and hubbub of the celebration of the anniversary of theDeclaration of Self-reliance by the New England, an unusual greet-ing to an English-born person. Immediately on landing Note About Images Please note that these images are drawn out from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability- pigmentation and appearance of these illustrations might not perfectly look like the original work


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[African American man standing]
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Image by SMU Central University Libraries
Title: [African American man standing]

Creator: Unknown

Date: ca. 1900-1909

Part Of: Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection

Physical Description: 1 photograph: tintype; 8.7 x 6 cm.

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Giant-Size X-Men
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One of my favorite collectibles: a 6-piece action figure box set by ToyBiz, commemorating Giant Size X-Men #1. I stumbled upon this many years ago, clearance-priced at a Kay-Bee Toys, and couldn’t resist. I decided to post pictures of it today in memory of Dave Cockrum (1943-2006), the artist who designed these iconic characters.

Native American Perspectives On A Grand Canyon River Rafting Trip With Arizona River Runners

When you set out on a Grand Canyon River rafting adventure, there is so much to learn. Of course there are boat safety facts, camping etiquette and hiking instructions. There are tips for packing your gear, layering and sun protection. You will learn the basics of leave no trace camping. And then theres a little something calledThe Grand Canyon. Anyone who ventures out with Arizona River Runners on a Colorado River trip will have the benefit of their guides knowledge of this natural wonder, from flora and fauna to geology to Native American perspectives and interpretation of the Grand Canyon.

All Arizona River Runners guides not only meet the requirements of the National Park Service, but then spend approximately 3 to 5 years in active training on the river before they reach the status of trip leader for the outfitter. Arizona River Runners is also an active participant in and strong supporter of the Native Voices on the Colorado River program, a collaboration of the Grand Canyon River Outfitter Association, Northern Arizona Universitys Anthropology Department and Institute for Native Americans. This program currently works with 15 affiliated tribes and provides information and education to the river guide community to share with their passengers as they make the journey whitewater rafting through the Grand Canyon.

Native Voices on the Colorado River provides a valuable perspective on the Native American tribal relationships with the Grand Canyon and the surrounding region. The goal of the program is to provide an increased understanding about this relationship from the perspective of the affiliated tribes, in their own voices. Grand Canyon river guides learn how tribal groups refer to and identify themselves, tribal perspectives on the archaeology and history of the Grand Canyon, and tribal perspectives on the cultural landscape of the area. These unique perspectives are supported by relevant tribal stories and knowledge that helps visitors on a river rafting adventure understand better the bond between various tribes and the Grand Canyon.

The Colorado River and Grand Canyon carry a special significance for affiliated tribes, as spiritual places and sacred sources of minerals, plants, animals and water. The Havasupai and Hualapai consider this area their homeland, with the Colorado River forming the backbone of their lifeline. The Grand Canyon is viewed by the Hopi and Zuni people as their place of emergence into the world. The Southern Paiute bands hold the Grand Canyon as a living, sacred place that should be treated respectfully and sacredly. Arizona River Runners guides know that sharing information through Native Voices on the Colorado River with guests is an important part of understanding the Grand Canyons significance to everyone who calls it their home.

To look at the Grand Canyon as simply a phenomenon of nature would be missing out on an important part of what makes visiting this destination a life-changing experience. Exploring the tribal relationships to the Grand Canyon is an important part of understanding the rich historical and cultural significance of the natural wonder. It is a place that has touched the hearts and spirits of people for generations, and Arizona River Runners is dedicated to preserving this unique opportunity so that future generations can enjoy the wonders of the Grand Canyon, rafting the Colorado River.

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