Eisenhart, Luther Pfahler, b. 1876
From letter of transmittal: "The work consists of a systematic study of all the members of the genus, and includes keys for the identification of the various forms, together with the necessary illustrations, and maps showing the geographic distribution...
Ethel Nicholson Browne
N. B. Dearle, W. H. Beveridge
John R. Commons, W. H. Beveridge
S. J. Meltzer
Gordon Holmes, W. Page May
Industrial stages illustrated by the shoemakers, 39. — I. The Company of Shoomakers, 1648 (Boston). Itinerant cobbler and craft gild, 40. — II. The Society of Master Cordwainers, 1789, and the Federal Society of Journeymen Cordwainers, 1794 (Philadelphia)....
It is but recently that, in pure theory, the concept of social value came into prominence. The founders of what is usually called the modern system of theory, as distinguished from the classical, never spoke of social, but only of individual value. Recently,...
From introduction: "Revision to include all known hares and rabbits of North America from Isthmus of Panama to north Greenland."
Carl H. Eigenmann
John Dewey, J. J. Findlay
Ahlfelt states that the only problem in plastic gynecology left unsolved by the gynecologist of the past century is that of permanent cure of cystocele.That these cases recur after operation is too well known. The late Paul Numde states that all of his...
J.Kay Jamieson, J. F. Dobson
George Albert Boulenger
George C. Simpson
Henry F. Osborn, W. D. Matthew
A. C. Bradley
C. G. Russ Wood
The cameralists: the pioneers of German social polity
Matilda Coxe Stevenson
Leo Ritter von Zumbusch
A STUDY OF THE PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE PANCREAS IN NINETY CASES OF DIABETES MELLITUS.
Daniel Hudson (1846- ) Burnham, Edward H. Bennett
The Conformal Transformations of a Space of Four Dimensions and Their Applications to Geometrical Optics
Thomas R. Boggs, Roger S. Morris
Ralph Waldo Emerson
J. E. Sandys
W. H. S. Jones, E. T. Withington
Thomas Volney Munson
Robert C. Brooks
Charles S. Myers
J H Maiden
Hertslet, Edward, Sir, R. W. (Richard William) Brant, H. L. (Harry Leslie) Sherwood, Great Britain
Eduard Bernstein, Edith C. Harvey
John H. King, Hugh A. Stewart
William B. Thomas
B. H. Shaw
F. A. Cleveland, Fred Wilbur Powell
M. Gomberg, L. H. Cone
Some preliminary observations on the development of instincts and habits in young birds.
The Relation of the Ordovician and Silurian Rocks of Conway, North Wales
C. E. Seashore
George H. F. Nuttall, S. Hadwen
Rufus M. Jones
J. A. E. Eyster, Montrose T. Burrows, Charles R. Essick
George Herbert Girty
Eben C. Hill
With the development in orthodontic practice it is surprising that so little advance has been made in the surgical treatment of prognathism, receding maxilla and other marked deformities of the jaw producing malocclusion. In the main the text-books on...
HISTORICAL SKETCH In 1889 a woman who presented a group of symptoms hitherto underscribed entered Dr. P. G. Unna's clinic for skin diseases in Hamburg. The case was referred to me for description and publication, and the report appeared in the International...
Kinderhook faunal studies—V, the fauna of the Fern Glen formation
James Williams Gidley
Arthur R. Edwards
R. Tait McKenzie
LUNG PUNCTURE: A NEW APPLICATION OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY.
George L. Streeter
John B. Deaver, Astley Paston Cooper Ashhurst
J. Mark Baldwin
Richard M. Pearce
Charles C. Nutting
George Barger, George Stanley Walpole
J. A. (John Atkinson) Hobson, Peter Clarke
Three Demonstrations ON CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS OF PALATE, FACE, AND NECK: Given at the Royal College of Surgeons, England.
J. Franklin Jameson
Henry Barclay Swete
Marcus Ward Lyon, Wilfred H. Osgood
W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois
H. Maxwell-Lefroy, F. M. Howlett
Robert Coit Chapin