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Jay T. Last Collection of Science Prints and Ephemera: Finding Aid
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Series I. Science Prints and Ephemera (small size) approximately 1845-approximately 1921

Physical Description: approximately 15 items in 1 binder and 1 flat-top box

Arrangement

Items smaller than 8 x 10 inches are housed in one binder.
Items that are between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size are arranged in one box. Items with individual call numbers are arranged numerically. Select items have been fully cataloged and are described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).
Binder  1

Science (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 10 items
Box  1

Science (between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size)

Physical Description: approximately 5 items

Note

Select items in this box have been fully cataloged and are listed below.
 

 priJLC_SCI_001813  American eagle 1161. approximately 1880-1921

Printers: Kurz & Allison
 

 priJLC_SCI_001814  [Birds with nest in branches]. approximately 1845-1873

Printers: J.H. Bufford & Co.
 

 priJLC_SCI_003448  Eagle owl 1191. approximately 1880-1921

Printers: Kurz & Allison
 

 priJLC_SCI_004477  Know thyself! Lectures on phrenology. approximately 1850-1900

 

 priJLC_SCI_005021  A drop of Long pond water magnified by the solar microscope. approximately 1846-1848

Artists: Johnston, David Claypoole, 1799-1865
 

Series II. Science Prints and Ephemera (large size) 1840-approximately 1921

Physical Description: 27 items

Arrangement

Items are arranged numerically by call number and described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).
priJLC_SCI_001824

[Storks in field] 1019. approximately 1880-1921

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_SCI_001825

[Peacock on rocks] 1022. approximately 1880-1921

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_SCI_001826

[Jaguar] 1023. approximately 1880-1921

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_SCI_002967

Solar protuberances. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002968

Total eclipse of the sun. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002969

Aurora borealis. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002970

The zodiacal light. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002971

Mare Humorum. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002972

Partial eclipse of the moon. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002973

The planet Mars. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002974

The planet Jupiter. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002975

The planet Saturn. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002976

The great comet of 1881. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002977

The November meteors. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_002978

Part of the Milky Way. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_003442

Buffaloes at rest. ©1911

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_SCI_003444

Sciurus mollipilosus, aud. and bach. Soft-haired squirrel. approximately 1843

Artists: Audubon, John James, 1785-1851 ; Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856? Printers: Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856?
priJLC_SCI_003445

Smew or white nun, mergus albellus. L. 1860

Artists: Audubon, John James, 1785-1851 Printers: Bien, Julius, 1826-1909
priJLC_SCI_003446

Fish crow, corvus ossifragus, wils. 1860

Artists: Audubon, John James, 1785-1851 Printers: Bien, Julius, 1826-1909
priJLC_SCI_003447

Common crossbill, loxia curvirosta. Linn. 1860

priJLC_SCI_004945

Group of sunspots and veiled spots. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_004946

Star clusters in Hercules. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
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The great nebula in Orion. ©1881

Artists: Trouvelot, E. L. Printers: Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) Publishers: Charles Scribner’s Sons
priJLC_SCI_004948

The Trouvelot astronomical drawings. 1882

priJLC_SCI_004949

Scientific American. 1858

Publishers: Munn & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
priJLC_SCI_004950

The monster serpent of Silver Lake. approximately 1853-1855

Printers: Compton, Richard J. Publishers: Compton, Richard J.
priJLC_SCI_005037

Phrenological tree and chart, exhibiting the classification and location of the mental faculties. ©1840

Publishers: Fowler, L. N. (Lorenzo Niles), 1811-1896