(clockwise from left): Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974), Florence Hedges (1878-1956), unidentified woman, and Edna H. Fawcett (b. 1879) by Smithsonian Institution, via Flickr

(clockwise from left): Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974), Florence Hedges (1878-1956), unidentified woman, and Edna H. Fawcett (b. 1879) by Smithsonian Institution, via Flickr

(left to right): Margaret Holden Jones Kaanar (1904-2001), and Robert A. Ulstrom

(left to right): Margaret Holden Jones Kaanar (1904-2001), and Robert A. Ulstrom

(left to right): Norman Levi Bowen (1887-1956) and Orville Frank Tuttle (1916-1983)

(left to right): Norman Levi Bowen (1887-1956) and Orville Frank Tuttle (1916-1983)

Women in Science Wednesday! British archaeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968) was the first woman to do research on Paleolithic humans and the first woman to hold a professorship at Cambridge University. #Groundbreaker

Women in Science Wednesday! British archaeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968) was the first woman to do research on Paleolithic humans and the first woman to hold a professorship at Cambridge University. #Groundbreaker

(left to right): Unidentified woman; Clark Leonard Hull (1884-1952); and James Burt Miner (1873-1943)

(left to right): Unidentified woman; Clark Leonard Hull (1884-1952); and James Burt Miner (1873-1943)

(left to right): Henry Granger Knight (1878-1942) and unidentified woman (probably Nelly Dryden Knight)

(left to right): Henry Granger Knight (1878-1942) and unidentified woman (probably Nelly Dryden Knight)

(left to right): An unidentified woman (possibly Alice Haskins) sitting with Lucia McCulloch (1873-1955), Clara H. Hasse (1880?-1926), and Mary K. Berger

(left to right): An unidentified woman (possibly Alice Haskins) sitting with Lucia McCulloch (1873-1955), Clara H. Hasse (1880?-1926), and Mary K. Berger

(seated left to right): Anton Julius Carlson, Kirtley Mather, Forest Ray Moulton, Harlow Shapley; (standing left to right): Edmund Ware Sinnott, George Alfred Baitsel, Fernandus Payne, Karl Lark-Horovitz, Walter Richard Miles, Elvin Charles Stakman

(seated left to right): Anton Julius Carlson, Kirtley Mather, Forest Ray Moulton, Harlow Shapley; (standing left to right): Edmund Ware Sinnott, George Alfred Baitsel, Fernandus Payne, Karl Lark-Horovitz, Walter Richard Miles, Elvin Charles Stakman

The magic of photography is where you can glimpse into an emotion across a century. You know how the subjects were feeling, you connect.

The magic of photography is where you can glimpse into an emotion across a century. You know how the subjects were feeling, you connect.

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