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  • [American] Bladder Nut (Staphylidae trifolia), 1923 

    Ames, Rosella Sprague
    Pressed leaf and flower from the 1923 biology notebook of Rosella Sprague Ames (class of 1926).
  • Amy White Howland, 1854 

    Unknown author
    Daguerreotype of Amy White Howland, class of 1854
  • Astronomy Laboratory, 1981 

    Pearce, Toby
    Two students on the Science Center Roof in 1981.
  • Botany Class, 1885 

    Unknown author
    After graduating from Wheaton Female Seminary in 1866, Clara M. Pike (ca. 1844-1933) taught the English Branches from 1869 to 1871, and Natural and Physical Sciences (botany, chemistry, physics and astronomy) from 1871 to ...
  • Carrie P. Marshall 

    Unknown author
    Carrie P. Marshall, class of 1904, graduation photograph.
  • Cell from Proterallium, 1926 

    Ames, Rosella Sprague
    The camera lucida is an optical device patented in 1806 as a drawing aid by artists and scientists. Through a combination of a prism and half-silvered mirror, the artist sees the subject being viewed superimposed on the ...
  • Chemistry Experiment, 1953 

    Rittase, William M.
    Chemistry distillation experiment, 1953. (Left to Right) unidentified student and Mrs. Bojan Jennings.
  • Chemistry Laboratory, 1947 

    Unknown author
    Students working in a chemistry laboratory, 1947. Left to right: Sarah Ann Speen (class of 1949) and Ruby J. Watson (class of 1949).
  • Chemistry Laboratory, 1952 

    Unknown author
    Chemistry Laboratory, 1952. Left to right: Constance Russel (class of 1952), Marie Young (class of 1952), Carol Bossert (class of 1952)(in background).
  • Chemistry Laboratory, 1956 

    Unknown author
    Chemistry Department. Left to right: Ellen McAdams (class of 1958) and Barbara Smith (class of 1958).
  • Chemistry Laboratory, 1961 

    Allard, Paul
    American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund Grant, August 1961. Suzanne Townsend (class of 1960) and Georgene Batyos (class of 1961).
  • Chemistry Laboratory, 1980s 

    Unknown author
    Chemistry laboratory in the 1980s.
  • Combined Screw & Lever and Endless Screw 

    Perry, Mabel
    Physics notebook by Mabel Perry, class of 1896.
  • Edith Hubbard 

    Unknown author
    Edith Hubbard, class of 1891, graduation photograph.
  • Grey Goldenrod [(Solidago nemoralis)] 

    Broomfield, David
    David Broomfield, class of 2011,"Copy of an 18th Centry Field Guide" for his First Year Seminar: Understanding New England Forests with Professor Deborah Cato.
  • Hazel branch [(Corylus avellana)] 

    Grew, Nehemiah 1641-1712 (Printed by W. Rawlins for the author, 1682)
    A page cut transversely from the book "The anatomy of plants: With an idea of a philosophical history of plants. And several other lectures, read before the Royal Society."
  • Loan Interest, Principal and Discount, 1850s 

    James, Mary A.
    A mathematics proof given by Mary Jane Cragin, Teacher of Mathematics at Wheaton College from 1851 to 1858. The proof copied by Mary James, Wheaton student from 1856-1857, is an example of an entry from Miss Craginnulls class.
  • Mabel Perry 

    Unknown author
    Mabel Perry, class of 1896, graduation photograph with the inscription, "Nothing too much."
  • Mary Jane Cragin, 1860s 

    Benecke, R.
    Photograph of Mary Jane Cragin in the 1860s
  • Mirrors and Prisms, 1867 

    Cunliff, Emma
    A page from Emma Cunliff’s (Class of 1868) natural philosophy lab notebook about mirrors and prisms, 1867.