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ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOLUME II

 

Frontispiece. Francis Galton, aged 73.

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Francis Galton, aged 28, at the end of the "Fallow Years"   before

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starting for Damaraland

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II.

Francis Galton, from a photograph taken after his return from Damara

land, circa 1855

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III.

(i) The trusty Gifi,•Galton's Swiss Servant; (ii) 42, Rutland Gate, S.W.,

Galton's home from 1857 to 1911 .

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IV.

Stereoscopic views of Geographical Models: (i) Ortler Spitz and Stelvio

Pass, (ii) Island of St Paul

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V and VI.

Synchronous Weather maps of England and British Isles, 1861

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VII.

Specimen of the colour plates from Meteorographica, 1863

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VIII.

Francis Galton, aged 38, from a photograph of 1860

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IX.

Francis Galton, aged 42, from photographs of 1864 (Co-editor with

Herbert Spencer and Norman Lockyer of The Reader) .

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X.

Mrs Francis Galton, from a portrait in the Galton Laboratory

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XI.

Francis Galton, aged 60. From the painting made in 1882 by Professor

Graef, formerly in the possession of Mr Cameron Galton, how in the

National Portrait Gallery

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XII.

Letter of Francis Galton to Charles Darwin's son Francis, indicating the

religious views of both Galton and Darwin

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XIII.

Francis Galton when about fifty years of age .

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XIV.

Down (Beckenham, gent), the home of Charles Darwin from 1842 to

his death in 1882. From a photograph by Dr David Heron .

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XV.

(i) Dr Erasmus Darwin, "Physician, Philosopher and Poet," (ii) Sir

Francis Darwin, "Physician, Traveller and Naturalist." To illustrate the

influence of Collyer blood in modifying the Darwin strain. From miniatures

in the possession of Mr Darwin Wilmot

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XVI.

Sir Francis Sacheverell Darwin, "Physician, Traveller and Naturalist," son

of Elizabeth Collier (Mrs Chandos-Pole) and godfather of Francis Galton.

From a drawing in the possession of Mr Darwin Wilmot

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XVII.

Miss Emma Galton, from a photograph taken in the 'fifties .

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XVIII.

Francis Galton's Letter to Darwin on the publication in 1859 of The

Origin of Species

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XIX.

The First Study at Down, the room in which The Origin of Species was

written. Photographed in his Father's lifetime by Major Leonard Darwin

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XX.

Monumental Tablet to Erasmus Darwin (executed by Onslow Ford) and

erected by his grandson Francis Galton in Lichfield Cathedral, 1886

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XXI.

Galton, the Psychologist

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XXII.

Francis Galton in holiday garb ; taken at Vichy, August, 1878, when

aged 56 years

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XXIII.

Millicent Adcle Galton (Mrs Bunbury). Died in 1883. From a photograph

taken in the 'sixties

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XXIV.

Examples of Number Forms .

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XX V.

Francis Galton in the 'seventies, from a photograph

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XXVI.

Galton, aged about 75 years, from a photograph

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XXVII.

Francis Galton in the 'sixties, from a photograph .

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XXVIII.

Composites, made from Portraits of Criminals convicted of Murder, -

Manslaughter or Crimes of Violence

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XXIX.

Comparison of Criminal and Normal Populations : (i) Men convicted of

Larceny without violence,'(ii) Officers and Men of Royal Engineers

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XXX.

Composites of Thoroughbred Horses

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XXXI.

Composites of the Members of a Family.

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