Argentina, Buenos Aires, Avenida de Mayo, Farmacia del Dr. Ahorro, discount pharmacy, drug store, medication, medicine, Hispanic, man, pharmacist, health care, personal products, shelf, retail display,
Argentina, Buenos Aires, Avenida de Mayo, Farmacia del Dr. Ahorro, discount pharmacy, drug store, medication, medicine, shopping, Hispanic, man, woman, pharmacist, health care, personal care products, shelf, retail display, customer,
Tin of Carnation Corn Caps, c. 1950. The lid features an charming illustration of a carnation flower (Dianthus caryophyllus) and advertises that by using the product will result in efficient and painless removal corns. These were manufactured by Cuxson, Gerrard and Co of Oldbury, Warley, West Midlands, UK - a vintage nineteen fifties item for editorial use only.
Humphry Davy (1778-1829) British chemist . Inventor of safety lamp for miners. Using electrolysis he discovered a number of elements. Worked on Nitrous oxide (Laughing gas). Professor chemistry, Royal Institution, London, 1802.
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Undated portrait of Alfred Bernhard Nobel (1833 – 1896) – Swedish chemist, engineer, industrialist and the inventor of dynamite. He used his large fortune in his will to create the Nobel Prizes.
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Pierre Curie (1859-1906) French chemist, husband of Marie Curie. In 1903 shared Nobel prize for physics with Marie and with Henri Becquerel for work on radioactivity. Marie's favourite photograph of Pierre.
'Louis Pasteur' (1822-1895) French chemist and biologist at work in his laboratory c1889. Pioneer of inoculation against hydrophobia. Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905) French. Painting. Oil on canvas. Musee d'Orsay, Paris.