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Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, 1900s. Photograph
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Orthodiagraph, a new invention for medical X-ray photography, 1904. Printed halftone
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Professor J. J. Thomson in his laboratory. Hand-colored woodcut
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Professor Henri Becquerel in his laboratory. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Physicist William Crookes. Printed halftone of a photograph
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Ernest Rutherford, Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, 1908. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Marie Curie, who won the Nobel Prize in 1911. Hand-colored woodcut
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New X-ray technology used in an advertisement for Beacham's Pills, 1890s. Woodcut
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X-ray photograph of a living hand, taken by Roentgen's method in Hamburg, 1896. Halftone
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X-ray photograph of a frog, taken by M. Perrin in Paris, 1896. Woodcut of a photograph
  

   

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