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    Phrenologist Bernard Hollander illustrating with his own head his system of cranial measurements 1902

    Bernard Hollander, the phrenologist

    Phrenologist Bernard Hollander illustrating with his own head his system of cranial measurements, 1902

    Photograph from the Trench Warfare Section of the Ministry of Munitions showing a man wearing breathing apparatus against gas attack

    Portrait of a neurologist using “Electro-stimulation”, Adrien Tournachon, ca. 1862

    Ziegfield Girl circa 1910’s

    1915. Chicago fireman Leonard E. Olson carrying a child from the S.S. Eastland Disaster. He received the Lambert Tree Medal for his heroic deeds. Eight hundred and forty-four were killed when the steamer, chartered for a picnic and filled with workers and their families from Western Electric, rolled while docked on the Chicago River. Photograph by Jun Fujita.

    ca. 1885, cranial measurement system

    Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist, the founder of analytical psychology. Jung is considered the first modern psychiatrist to view the human psyche as "by nature religious" and make it the focus of exploration. Jung is one of the best known researchers in the field of dream analysis and symbolization.

    Beautiful Camera Head

    Umberto Verdoliva

    giraffe headed child

    Pauline Starke

    Heads and Faces, How to Study Them, c1891. Phrenology

    Jimmy Clabby. Boxing (LOC) by The Library of Congress

    “U.S. Boxers”, ca. 1878

    what NOT to do the day of your wedding

    engaged | 1919

    Statue of Liberty's head on exhibit at the Paris World's Fair (1878) • photo: Albert Fernique via New York Public Library on Flickr

    Electric ectoplasm

    Heads and how to read them (1921).