Evelyn Weber working on separation of biological compounds by electrochromatography. Wearing a white lab coat, she is standing in front of a Beckman Continuous Flow Electrophoresis Cell which is producing a graph.
A quantitative analysis class in the Chemistry-Physics Hall, probably in the 1890s. The caption on the back of the photograph states: ""Note blast lamp for igniting crucibles; Kipp gas generator; wash bottle made from round bottom flask.""
Nine men in the agricultural chemistry laboratory. The caption on the reverse reads:""Man on extreme right is T.W. Mast '97; next to him is Harry Scurr '98."" The lower right corner of the photograph is missing.
Men and women in a college chemistry laboratory. An adjoining laboratory, full of students, can be seen through a double arched doorway. A female student in the foreground appears to be wearing one of the men's hats.