Cortical grey matter schema by Santiago Ramon Y Cajal
RAMON Y CAJAL, Santiago (1852-1934). Spanish doctor and histologist, Nobel Prize in 1906. Histological schema of the constitutive elements of the cortical grey matter. Original drawing by Ramon y Cajal. SPAIN. Madrid. Faculty of Medicine. The Complutense University of Madrid. Date:
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Battleship Iowa receiving prisoners, Spanish-American War
Spanish Admiral Cervera y Topete taken aboard the USS Iowa, Battle of Santiago, 1898.
Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration
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The Old Man and the Sea
Illustration by Raymond Sheppard to 'The Old Man and the Sea' - a novella by Ernest Hemingway, written in Cuba in 1951. The story focuses on Santiago, an aging Cuban fisherman who struggles with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream. The fisherman collapsed on the beach, his sail and mast across his back, his hat fallen to the ground.
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