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Frontispiece from Dictionnaire raisonné universel d'histoire naturelle depicting an imagined scene from the Book of Genesis in which Adam names the animals.
Adam naming the animals,
Jacques Christophe Valmont-Bomare, Dictionnaire raisonnél universel
d' histoire naturelle
, 1775.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine

Frontispiece from Darwin's Journal of researches (1890), depicting the H.M.S. Beagle.
Frontispiece from Darwin’s Journal of researches (1890), depicting
the H.M.S. Beagle.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine

Drawing of evolutionary tree of life, from Darwin’s Notebook B.
Drawing of evolutionary tree of life,
from Darwin’s Notebook B.
Courtesy of Cambridge University Library/ Darwin Online

Image of elephant skeleton found in Cuvier’s Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles, 1821.
Image of elephant skeleton found in Cuvier’s Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles, 1821.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine

Frontispiece and title page depicting a skeletal angel atop an animal skeleton, from Owen’s On the nature of limbs, 1849.
A skeletal angel atop an animal skeleton, from Owen’s On the nature of limbs, 1849.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine

Drawing of Charles Darwin as a young man. Drawin is seated in a chair, front pose with head turned to the right.
Portrait of Charles Darwin as a young man.
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Image of a 'disappointed and sulky' chimpanzee from Darwin's The expression of the emotions, 1872.
Image of a “disappointed and sulky” chimpanzee from Darwin’s The expression of the emotions, 1872.
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Image of a monkey with the head of Darwin, lecturing a finely dressed lady, from the periodical Fun.
'That Troubles Our Monkey Again,'
in Fun, November 16, 1872.
Courtesy of Yale University Library

Portrait of an older Charles Darwin. Courtesy National Library of Medicine.
Portrait of an older Charles Darwin.
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Title Graphic for Rewriting the Book of Nature: Charles Darwin and the Rise of Evolutionary Theory. Courtesy National Library of Medicine.
Title Graphic for Rewriting the Book of Nature: Charles Darwin and the
Rise of Evolutionary Theory

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Rewriting the Book of Nature: Charles Darwin and the Rise of Evolutionary Theory Exhibition Installation image.
Courtesy National Library of Medicine.
Rewriting the Book of Nature: Charles Darwin and the Rise of Evolutionary Theory Exhibition Installation image
Courtesy National Library of Medicine