Collection Number: HC0007

Collection Title: Verne E. Chaney Collection of Medical Caricatures, circa 1634-1908

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Size 4.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 47 items)
Abstract Verne E. Chaney established Thomas Dooley Foundation and Intermed Inc., which became Intermed International in 2000. He trained as a general surgeon and later a thoracic surgeon at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. This collection contains 47 prints, most of which are 19th century English and French medical caricatures. One item appears to be Dutch. Eight items were printed in the publication Vanity Fair. These items depict Sir James Paget, Dr. Samuel Wilks, Rudolf Virchow, Mark Twain, Louis Pasteur, and Horace Greeley. Four items from Albert Chereau depict Edward Jenner and Abroise Pare. Artists and publishers include, but are not limited to: Thomas Rowlandson, James Gillray, Isaac Cruikshank, George Cruikshank, C. J. Grant, M. Edgerton, Henry Heath, Henry Pyall, Henry William Bunbury, Frederick Daniel Hardy, Hannah Humphrey, Thomas Tegg, Sir Leslie Matthew Ward, Thomas Nast, Theobald Chartran, Pierre Langlume, Albert Chereau, Edouard Bisson. Some items might be in the style of an artist listed, but not actually by that artist.
Creator Chaney, Verne E. (Verne Edward), 1923-
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Verne E. Chaney Collection of Medical Caricatures #HC0007, Rare Book Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Dr. Verne E. Chaney, 2000.
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Verne E. Chaney was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. He received his undergraduate degree from the Virginia Military Institute, his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and his Masters degree in International Public Health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He trained as a general surgeon and later a thoracic surgeon at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. During the Korean War he served as a battalion surgeon, and was himself wounded while caring for one of his injured paramedics; he became one of highest decorated doctors of that war. Dr. Chaney was the first director and chief surgeon of Hospital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti and later worked as a volunteer surgeon with Dr. Thomas Dooley in Cambodia and Vietnam. In 1961, Chaney, together with the late Dooley’s family and colleagues, founded The Thomas Dooley Foundation, pioneering community-based rural health programs in Laos, Nepal, India, Vietnam and Cambodia. In 1976 he established Intermed Inc. in Geneva, Switzerland as the international branch of the Foundation. In 2000, the agency became officially registered as Intermed International. He has been the recipient of numerous awards, including Laos’s highest civilian award, the Order of a Million Elephants and the White Parasol; the 1993 Distinguished Service Award; and an Honorary Doctorate of Science, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2009, Dr. Chaney was the first recipient to receive the Sir Edmund Hillary Humanitarian Award from the Explorers Club in New York City.

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This collection contains 47 prints, most of which are 19th century English and French medical caricatures. One item appears to be Dutch. Eight items were printed in the publication Vanity Fair. These items depict Sir James Paget, Dr. Samuel Wilks, Rudolf Virchow, Mark Twain, Louis Pasteur, and Horace Greeley. Four items from Albert Chereau depict Edward Jenner and Abroise Pare. Artists and publishers include, but are not limited to: Thomas Rowlandson, James Gillray, Isaac Cruikshank, George Cruikshank, C. J. Grant, M. Edgerton, Henry Heath, Henry Pyall, Henry William Bunbury, Frederick Daniel Hardy, Hannah Humphrey, Thomas Tegg, Sir Leslie Matthew Ward, Thomas Nast, Theobald Chartran, Pierre Langlume, Albert Chereau, Edouard Bisson.

Some items might be in the style of an artist listed, but not actually by that artist.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. English Caricature, circa 1760-1863

28 items.

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6 items.
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Doctor (Country Characters No. 8), 1799 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/1

Attributions:

Bottom right on print: Pubd Sept 10 1799 by R Akerman Strand. Bottom left below print: Woodward Del. Bottom right below print: Etched by Rowlandson

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The Quack Doctor's Prayer!!, 1801 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/2

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Woodward Del Bottom right below print: Rowlandson Date: (per Grego): July 30, 1801

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Dr. Drainbarrel Conveyed Home in Order to Take His Trial for Neglect of Family Duty, 1810 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/3

Attributions: Tegg Caricatures No. 23

Bottom left on print: Price One Shilling Coloured Bottom right on print: Pubd November 30th 1810 by Tho. Tegg No 111 Cheapside Bottom right below print: Rowlandson, Del.

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A Midwife Going to a Labour (Teggs Caricatures No. 55), 1811 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/4

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Rowlandson Del

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The Anatomist, 1811 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/5

Attributions:

Bottom right on print: Price One Shilling Bottom right edge on print: Pubd March 12, 1811 by Thos Tegg No 111 Cheapside Bottom left below print: Rowlandson Del

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Macassar Oil, An Oil Puff for Soft Hands, 1814 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.1. Thomas Rowlandson, 1799-1814." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/6

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Rowlandson, Del. Date: (per Grego) May 15, 1814

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822.

8 items.
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Taking Physick, 1800 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/7

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Published Feb 6 1800 by H. Humphrey 27 St. James's Street London

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Metallic -- Tractors, 1801 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/8

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: J. Gillray inv & fert Bottom right below print: London Published Nov 11, 1801 by H. Humphrey 27 St James's Street Handwritten on print: "Dr. Perkins"

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The Cow Pock, or the Wonderful Effects of the New Innoculation...Vide the Publications of y Anti-Vaccine Society, 1802 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/3

Attributions:

Bottom center on print: J Gillray - del & lf Bottom right below print: Pub June 12 1802 by H. Humphrey St. James's Street

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The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver, 1804 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/9

Attributions:

Top left on print: Published Feb 10, 1804 by H. Humphrey St. James's Street, London Bottom center below caption: James Gillray (1757-1815) - Caricature of King George III, Queen Charlotte, the Princesses and Napoleon 1804

Etching - V&A Museum Prints and Drawings No 15449

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Gentle Emetic, 1804 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/10

Attributions:

Bottom left of print: Published Jan 28 1804 by H. Humphrey St. James's Street

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Breathing a Vein, 1804 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/11

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Published Jan 28 1804 by H. Humphrey St. James's Street London

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Charming -- well again, 1804 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/12

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Published Jan 28 1804 by H. Humphrey St. James's Street London

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A Pinch of Cephalic, 1822 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.2. James Gillray, 1800-1822." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/13

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Etched by G Cruikshank from a sketch by the late Jas Gillray Bottom right below print: Pubd. Jan 25 1822 by G Humphrey 27 St. James's St. London

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Isaac Cruikshank, 1797-1809, undated.

3 items.
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The Doctor and Unruly Patient, 1797 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.3. Isaac Cruikshank, 1797-1809, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/1

Attributions:

Bottom left on print just below cane: IC Bottom left below print: Pub by SW Fores 50 Sackville St Piccadilly, Dec 20 1797 Bottom right below print: "Folios of Caricatures Lent"

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A Consultation of Doctors on the Case of Sr. Toby Bumper!!, [1809] #HC0007, Subseries: "1.3. Isaac Cruikshank, 1797-1809, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/3

Attributions:

Bottom right on print: pubd. By T. Tegg 111 Cheapside Bottom left below print: Woodward del Bottom right below print: Cruikshank I

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The Physician, undated #HC0007, Subseries: "1.3. Isaac Cruikshank, 1797-1809, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/14

Attributions:

Directly beneath print: Designed and etched by IR Cruikshank

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1 item.
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The Cholic, 1819 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.4. George Cruikshank, 1819." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/15

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: G Cruikshank fec Bottom right below print: Pubd Feb 12 1819 by G Humphrey 27 St. James's Street

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. C. J. Grant, 1833.

1 item.

C. J. Grant (1813-1846) was an amateur caricaturist and wood engraver.

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Frontispiece to the Doctor - The Lancet Medical Gazette, Gazette of Health &c, 1833 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.5. C. J. Grant, 1833." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/16

Attributions:

Bottom under center of cartoons: London. Pubd. by J. Kendrick 54 Leicester Square July 25, 1833 CJ Grant Invent Del & Lith.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.6. M. Edgerton, 1827.

1 item.
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Swallowing a Pill...gup...gup...gup, 1827 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.6. M. Edgerton, 1827." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/6

Attributions:

Bottom left beneath print: Drawn by M E Esq. Center beneath print: Pub. Jan 8th 1827 by T. Gillard 40 Strand

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1 item.
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Physic, 1825 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.7. Henry Heath, 1825." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/17

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: HH Bottom right below print: Pubd Oct 14 1825 by W. Cole 10 Newgate St.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.8. Henry Pyall, circa 1830.

1 item.
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Two O'Clock in the Morning, circa 1830 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.8. Henry Pyall, circa 1830." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/5

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Ego Del. Center beneath print: Published by Thos. McLean. 26 Haymarket. Bottom right below print: H. Pyall Sculpt.

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1 item.
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The Compliments of the Season, Kibe Heels & Chilblains, circa 1780 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.9. Henry William Bunbury, circa 1780." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/14

Attributions: Print might in the style of Bunbury but not by Bunbury.

Bottom left below print: W H B invt.

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1 item.
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Children Playing at Doctors, 1863 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.10. Frederick Daniel Hardy, 1863." OP-HC0007/1

Attributions: Print might in the style of Hardy but not by Hardy. The colors in this print differ from the original attributed to Hardy.

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4 items.

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The Rapacious Quack, circa 1760 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.11. Publisher Attribution Only, circa 1760-circa 1830" Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/18

Attributions:

Across bottom of print: Printed for & Sold by Carrington Bowles at No 69 in St Paul's Church Yard London Bottom left: 487 Bottom center: Published as the act directs

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Intemperance & Ridicule, circa 1810 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.11. Publisher Attribution Only, circa 1760-circa 1830" Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/19

Attributions:

Center beneath title: Pub. June 4, 1810 by Edvd. Orme London

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The Physicians Friend - 349, circa 1815 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.11. Publisher Attribution Only, circa 1760-circa 1830" Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/4

Note: Artist might be Charles Williams (active 1797-1830).

Attributions:

Bottom right below print: Pubd by T. Tegg III Cheapside London

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Bless Me What a Bump!!!, Phrenology No. 1 - Sketches of Science, circa 1830 #HC0007, Subseries: "1.11. Publisher Attribution Only, circa 1760-circa 1830" Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/17

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: drawing of man with cane - Esq DM Bottom right below print: Pub by T McLean 26 Haymarket "where political and other caricatures are daily publishing."

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11 items.

Vanity Fair was founded as a society magazine in 1868 by editor Thomas Gibson Bowles (1842-1922). It ran for fifty years until 1914. Vanity Fair was subtitled "a weekly show of political, social, and literary wares." The audience for the magazine was "the smart set, those in the know."

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7 items.
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Surgery (Sir James Paget), 1876 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/20

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - February 12, 1876 Top right of print: Stamp with hand inside shield Bottom left below print: Vincent Brooks Day & Son Lith On print: "SPY" in diagonal letters

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Men of the Day -- No. CXXI, 1876 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/20

Description: Biography of Sir James Paget.

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Philosophical Pathology (Dr. Samuel Wilks), 1892 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/21

Description: Portrait of Dr. Samuel Wilks in pinstripe pants, waistcoat and jacket. White hair, beard, and mustache, holding wire-rimmed glasses. No biographical text included.

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - October 1, 1892 Bottom left below print: Vincent Brooks Day & Son Lith On print: "SPY" in diagonal letters

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Cellular Pathology (Rudolf Virchow), 1893 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/22

Description: Portrait of Rudolf Virchow in suit and coat with hands folded in front. Includes biographical text.

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - May 25, 1893 Bottom left below print: Vincent Brooks Day & Son Lith On print: "SPY" in diagonal letters

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Men of the Day Series -- No. 564, 1893 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/22

Description: Biography of Virchow as "father of modern pathology."

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Below the Mark (Mark Twain), 1908 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/23

Description: Portrait of Mark Twain in his customary white suit, white hair and mustache, glasses, smoking a pipe, well-polished shoes. Includes biographical text.

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - Supplement Bottom left below print: Hentschel - Colourtype, London On print: "SPY" in diagonal letters

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Men of the Day -- No. 1117, 1908 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.1. Sir Leslie Matthew Ward ("Spy"), 1876-1908." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/23

Description: Biography of Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens).

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2 items.
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Statesmen, No. 118: Anything to beat Grant, 1872 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.2. Thomas Nast, 1872." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/24

Description: Portrait of Horace Greeley with newspapers in hand and pockets bulging with additional paper. Pigeon toed, and slumped with large belly, beard under his chin like a ruff, glasses, hat tipped back, long hair, worn black boots. Text on newspaper he is holding ( he New York Tribune): "Notice this is not an organ"..."You lie you Vil"..."H. Greeley"..."What I know about journalism." Text on papers in pocket: "What I know." Includes biographical text.

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - July 20, 1872 Bottom left of print: No. 118

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Statesmen, No. 118: Mr. Horace Greeley, Candidate for President of the United States, 1872 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.2. Thomas Nast, 1872." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/24

Description: Negative description of Horace Greeley.

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2 items.
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Hydrophobia (Louis Pasteur), 1887 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.3. Theobald Chartran, 1887." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/25

Description: Portrait of Louis Pasteur, holding two white rabbits. In coat with tie and fez-like cap, white beard, wearing glasses. Cage in background. Includes biographical text.

Attributions:

Top of print: Vanity Fair - January 8, 1887 Bottom left below print: Vincent Brooks Day & Son Lith On print: Large "T" signature between two dots

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Men of the Day. No. 372, 1887 #HC0007, Subseries: "2.3. Theobald Chartran, 1887." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/25

Description: Biography of Louis Pasteur.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. French Caricature, 1818-1890, undated

7 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. [Aaron Martinet], 1818.

1 item.
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Le Gros Lot ou Les Etrennes imprevues, 1818 #HC0007, Subseries: "3.1. [Aaron Martinet], 1818." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/26

Attributions:

Written on print: "Gravure Marinet"

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1 item.
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Le ver solitaire, 1823 #HC0007, Subseries: "3.2. Pierre Langlume, 1823." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/19

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Ambroise Tardieu, editeur r. du Battoir no. 12

Bottom right below print: Lith de Langlume c de l'Abbaye no. 4

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. Albert Chereau, undated.

4 items.

These items appear to be taken from Les Grands Inventeurs anciens et modernes.

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Ambroise Pare, undated #HC0007, Subseries: "3.3. Albert Chereau, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/27

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Magnin & Blanchard, Edit

Bottom center below print: Imp Godard Paris

Bottom right below print: Albert Chereau dess

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Ambroise Pare, undated #HC0007, Subseries: "3.3. Albert Chereau, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/28

Description: Biography of Ambroise Pare.

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Jenner, undated #HC0007, Subseries: "3.3. Albert Chereau, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/27

Description: Jenner stands at center holding the arm of a young boy and an instrument in his other hand, seemingly demonstrating the vaccination technique. To the left is a farmer with his cow and a woman looking on with a young child in her arms. Includes biographical text.

Attributions:

Bottom left below print: Magnin & Blanchard, Edit

Bottom center below print: Imp Godard Paris

Bottom right below print: Albert Chereau dess

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Edouard Jenner, undated #HC0007, Subseries: "3.3. Albert Chereau, undated." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/28

Description:Text describing Jenner's development of vaccine.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.4. Edouard Bisson, 1890.

1 item.
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La Lithotritie - Apres l'Operation, 1890 #HC0007, Subseries: "3.4. Edouard Bisson, 1890." Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/29

Attributions:

Signature on print at bottom left: Edouard Bisson

Signature on right directly beneath print: Print Par Edouard Bisson - Salon de 1890 Notation bottom left: Pierre Petit Phot. Notation bottom right: Helig Dujardin

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1 item.

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Touch, surgeon operating a man's leg (from The Five Senses series), after 1634 #HC0007, Series: "4. Dutch Caricature, after 1634" Obox OB-HC0007/1, Opaperfolder OPF-HC0007/16

Attributions:

Signature on print: JV Vliet fec - Clemendt de Ionghe excud. Note: Sources suggest that this work was done in the style of Jan van Vliet (c.1600/1610 - 1668?), but not necessarily by Jan van Vliet.

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Processed by: Anne Wood Humphries

Encoded by: Dawne Howard Lucas, June 2017, July 2019

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