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.
A male student at the bench in a chemistry laboratory. A large number of equipment pieces (funnels, flasks, beakers, burets) are set out on the bench. The date of the photograph according to a note on the reverse is October 25, 1906.
A chemistry class for women. A notation on the reverse reads: ""2nd Floor-East--Room now a corridor leading into PSRR (Physical Science Reading Room) on second floor of O & L Bldg. (Office & Lab Building). Class taught by Nellie Naylor."" Naylor, a…
A chemistry class taught by Erma Boyde Jones. The class is posing. Two of the men are wearing bowlers. Some of the students are wearing chemical aprons. The photograph mount is stamped on the rear:""L.B. Winslow; Photographer, Charles City, Iowa.""