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Illustrations to Volume IIIA

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XXXII.

Francis Galton, about the age of 80

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XXXIII.

Collotype of the " interspaces " on Galton's own Finger-Prints

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XXXI V.

Francis Galton in 1904, aged 82 .

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X XX V.

Two portraits of Charles Darwin : on the right at age 31, from a water

colour painting by Richmond, formerly in the possession of his daughter,

Mrs Litchfield ; on the left at age 33, with his eldest son William, from

a daguerreotype, in the possession of Lady George Darwin .

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XXXVI.

Francis Galton, aged 87, on the stoep at Fox Holm, Cobham, with his

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biographer

XXXVII. A Reverie, caught "when the spirit was not there"

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XXXVIII. Francis Galton, aged 87, on the stoep at Fox Holm, Cobham, with the

faithful Gifi and the Albino puppy Wee Ling

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XXXIX. Guido Reni's Picture of Apollo and the Hours preceded by Aurora,

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from the Casino of the Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome

XL.   Francis Galton, aged 88, from a sketch made by Frank Carter, twelve

days before Galton's death .

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XLI.   Francis Galton, January 17th, 1911, from a photograph taken after

death

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XLII. The Church at Claverdon, with the iron railings surrounding the vault

where Galton's body lies

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In the Pocket at the end of this volume

(a) Supplementary Pedigree of Distinguished. Ancestors of Francis Galton and Charles Darwin

(/3) Galton's Types of Finger-Print Patterns reduced from the framed enlargements, once in Galton's Anthropometric Laboratory, now in the Anthropometric Laboratory at University College, London

Picture

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Bookplate of Tertius Galton.


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