Photograph of Wilhelm von Waldeyer-Hartz. He is standing grasping a pince-nez in his left hand. His right hand is on a table. Photographed by Nicola Perscheid. The number "4726" is shown at the bottom of the sheet.
Portrait of Guy Crescent Fagon wearing a wig. Drawn by Sandoz and engraved by Sichling. The words "tableau du temps" appear directly beneath. Fagon was physician to Louis XIV. At head of sheet: "2482 BIS."
Portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the greatest of painters, sculptors, scientists and engineers. He left extraordinary drawings of significant physiological interest on muscle action, and on valve and hydraulic operations in the cardiovascular...
Photograph of Dr. Arnold R. Rich operating with assistance of two others at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Signature: "Arnold R. Rich." The names of the other two men are written at the bottom of the photograph.
Portrait of Thomas Bartholin. He is standing near a curtain and a shelf of books. Text at bottom: "From the painting by Rosenborg. A coat of arms is also shown.
Publisher: Em. Baerentzen & Co. Lith. Inst.
Portrait of Edward Jenner sitting, resting his left arm on a table and his head on his left hand. The table has a lamp, a book, and an inkwell on it, and Jenner is holding a quill in his right hand. Numbered 4633. Painted by Northcote.
Photograph of John Herr Musser. He is sitting in a chair near a desk with books on top of the desk. Photographed by Haeseler. Facsimile signature.
Publisher: New York: Berlin Pub. Co.; Berlin-Charlottenburg: Adolf Eckstein's Verlag.
Portrait of Henri Francois Le Dran, Head Surgeon and the Charity Hospital, member of the Royal Academie of Surgeons and associate to the Royal Society of London. Engraved by Ambroise Tardieu. Based on the painting at the Paris School of Medicine.
Photograph of (right to left) Thomas E. Keys, Dr. Arturo Castiglioni (former professor at the University of Padua and Research Associate in the History of Medicine, Yale University), and Mrs. Arturo Castiglioni. Photographed by Charles Meyer.
Portrait of Joannes Valverdus. Portrait is bordered by skeletons on both sides. Small picture insets are shown at the bottom of the plate and angels are shown at the top. Manuscript note indicates N. Blatritet as the engraver.