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0122777
CHINA: PORCELAIN FLASK.
Blue and white porcelain flask. Height: 12 in. Ming Dynasty, early 15th century.
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0173124
COLOMBIA: GOLD FLASK.
Cast gold flask with a human figure, accredited to the Quimbaya culture of Colombia, 4th-7th century.
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0113109
ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845).
Seventh President of the United States. Jackson's profile on a flask bottle, 1825.
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0017234
KING DAVID (d. 973 B.C.).
King of Judah and Israel. David beheading Goliath. Flask of Maiolica, attributed to Alfonso Patanazzi. Italian, c1575-1600.
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0065682
ROMAN HEAD-SHAPED FLASK.
Mold-blown glass head-shaped flask. 4th century A.D.
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0104726
FOUR HUMORS.
An alchemical representation of the four humors in relation to the four elements and their zodiacal signs. Woodcut from Leonhard Thurneysser's 'Quinta Essentia,' Leipzig, 1574.
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0105375
INDIAN POWDER FLASK.
Powder flask made of horn, decorated with ivory inlay. From the royal armory of Jaipur, 19th century.
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0019245
CHINA: FLASK, MING DYNASTY.
Chinese cloisonne enamel flask. Ming Dynasty, early 17th century. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0108929
COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL.
Members of the host Russian delegation attending a plenary meeting at the Second Congress of the Third Communist International in Petrograd, July 1920. From left: Leon Trotsky (third), Grigory Zinoviev (fifth), Mikhail Kalinin (sixth), and Karl Radek (eighth).
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0168696
CHEMSITRY EXPERIMENT, 1872.
French chemists Henri-Étienne Sainte-Claire Deville and Henri-Jules Debray performing an experiment in the laboratory of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France, attended by President Adolphe Thiers (in front of line at left), May 1872. Contemporary wood engraving by Joseph Burn-Smeeton and Auguste Tilly.
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0096307
PLASTIC RESEARCH, c1955.
G.F. D'Alelio, director of General Electric's plastic research laboratory at Pittsfield, Massachusetts, performing an experiment with synthetic materials, c1955.
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0009982
HELD: SHEIK & SHEBA, 1925.
'Sheik with Sheba.' A John Held, Jr, cover for 'Judge,' 1925.
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0078802
THERMOS FLASK.
Line engraving.
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0116290
PERFUME AD, 1925.
American magazine advertisement, 1925, for Caron perfume, from France.
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0027482
POTTERY FLASK, 1590-1600.
From Iznik, Turkey. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0088214
LOUIS PASTEUR (1822-1895).
French chemist and microbiologist. Pasteur in his laboratory. Etching, 1886, by Henri Lefort after the painting, 1885, by Albert Edelfelt.
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0023850
VACUUM FLASKS.
Dewar vacuum flasks, late 19th century. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0129399
ENERGY RESEARCH, c1985.
A researcher at the U.S. Department of Energy attempting to extract hydrocarbon fuel from mole plants (Euphorbia lathyris). Photographed c1985.
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0012021
CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ
(1865-1923). American (German-born) electrical engineer. Photographed in 1912.
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0259643
NIGERIA: CHEMISTRY STUDENT.
A young man studying chemistry in Nigeria. Photograph, mid 20th century.
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0090688
ELKINGTON & CO. LTD., 1895.
English newspaper advertisement for Elkington & Co. Ltd. housewares, 1895.
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0173305
URINE EXAMINATION.
A physician examining a urine flask. Mezzotint, 17th century.
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0291132
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Goldsmith's art, Italy, 16th century. Bernardo Buontalenti (1531-1608), Jacques Bylivelt (1550-1603), Lapis lazuli flask with cover, gold chain and enamelled gold and gilded copper strips, 1583. Height cm. 40.5. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserve
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0336121
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Large flask with ten handles and with 17th-century blue Caltagirone decoration ceramic, height 33 cm, Salvatore Gurreri manufacture, Caltagirone, Sicily. Italy, 20th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0118433
GREECE: PERFUME FLASK.
Proto-Corinthian perfume flask from Thebes, Greece, c650 B.C.
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0175022
ALCHEMY: ETHER.
Deriving ether, the fifth element, through alchemical means. Illustration from 'Sapientia veterum philosophorum sive doctrina eorundem de summa et universali medicina,' 18th century.
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0087569
THERMOS FLASK.
Line engraving.
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0125809
PERFUME DISPLAY, 1929.
Perfume window display at the Franklin Simon & Company department store, at Fifth Avenue and 38th Street in New York City, designed by Norman Bel Geddes. Photographed in 1929.
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0246369
MOSTAR, HERZEGOVINA.
A storefront display of goatskin water flasks and store vendors. Felix J. Koch.
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0254064
SOFIA, BULGARIA.
A woman sits alongside painted and unpainted pieces of pottery. Wilhelm Tobien.
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0129041
IRELAND: VACCINATION, 1880.
A vaccination station in Connaught, Ireland. Wood engraving, English, 1880.
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0015063
PHARMACEUTICAL GRADUATE.
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0093419
YOUNG CHEMISTS.
Wood engraving, American, c1840.
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0353257
GARTER FLASK, 1926.
A young woman wearing a hidden flask in her garter in Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1926.
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0172374
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, 1938.
Department of Health laboratory with flasks, New York City. Photograph, 1938.
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0370068
SOUTH: POVERTY, 1875.
'A Poor White' from the southern United States. Engraving after a watercolor by Thomas Waterman Wood, 1875.
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0029277
THERMOS AD, 1940.
Advertisement for Thermos jars, flasks, and other products from an English newspaper of 1940.
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0015973
CHINA: MING FLASK.
Chinese porcelain flask, painted in underglaze blue. Ming Dynasty, late 14th century. Height: 14.5 inches.
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0323123
WILLIAM MORRIS (1834-1896).
English artist and poet. Caricature, 1872, by Frederic Waddy.
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0170130
ERTÉ (1892-1990).
Pseudonym of Romain de Tirtoff, French (Russian-born) artist and designer. Photographed with his Siamese cat in his apartment in the Paris suburb of Boulogne-Billancourt, 1973.
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