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Alfred Nobel Fig67

Villa Nobel in San Remo, Italy, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Alfred Nobel lived here during the last few years of his life. He passed away due to a lingering heart ailment and a stroke on 10 Dec 1896. By then his parents, all his siblings - two elder brothers and a younger brother - had passed away. He had not married. At the time of death, in the house, with him were only his servants who did not understand him speaking in Swedish. Photo: nobelprize.org.



Elion Fig1

Gertrude Elion, Physiology or Medicine Nobelist 1988 Source: Wikimedia Commons.
Ganga comment: Meticulous maintenance of lab records is essential for making scientific discoveries.



Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway, Literature Nobelist, 1954. American Red Cross volunteer, recuperates from wounds at ARC Hospital, Milan, Italy, Sept 1918. Source: Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston, MA. Copyright: Status Unknown.



Savings Bond

George Marshall, Peace Nobelist 1953, savings bond.



Pauli 1945

Wolfgang Pauli and his mother Berta Camilla Schutz. Even Nobelists start small! Source: Scientificlib.



Dr. Chain

Dr. Ernst Boris Chain, Medicine Nobelist 1945, of the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at Oxford was involved in the search for a method of producing penicillin synthetically. Photo: Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer (photograph TR 1458 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums). Source: Wikipedia Commons.



Author Compton

Arthur Compton, Physics Nobelist, 1927. He was head of the Manhattan Project's Metallurgical Laboratory. ID badge from the Hanford Site. For security reasons, he used a fake name.



Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore, Literature Nobelist 1913. With Helen Keller age about 49 yrs in 1930. Photo: Mr. Nilesh Nathwani. Source: Anurag Banerjee, Founder, Overman Foundation.



Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore, Literature Nobelist 1913. Tagore descending from the ship on his way to meet Sri Aurobindo. Pondicherry, India, 1928. Source: Anurag Banerjee, Founder, Overman Foundation.



Dalen

Gustaf Dalén Physics Nobelist 1912 and his bicycle in a studio photo from 1895. The bike was at the time Gustaf Dalén's favourite object, and he saw a great potential for its technical development and improvement, for example the brake mechanics. Source: AGA AB, Lidingö, history archive. Photographer: unknown. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.



Hauptmann

Gerhart Hauptmann Literature Nobelist 1912 at the age of seventeen. Source: The Lamp and Wikipedia



Hauptmann

Gerhart Hauptmann Literature Nobelist 1912 as a Sculptor. His Atelier in Rome. Source: The Lamp and Wikipedia



Mechnikov Fig.3

Ilya Mechnikov (standing) Physiology or Medicine Nobelist 1908, disciple of Louis Pasteur (seated), with children who were cured of rabies. Source: KRUIF, Paul de. Mikrobenjäger. Orell Füssli, Zürich, 1927/Wikimedia Commons.
"…the peace that is found in libraries and laboratories…" Louis Pasteur.



Axelrod

Julius Axelrod, 1960s. Left eye injured in a laboratory accident while testing vitamin supplements added to food, particularly milk, for the New York City Department of Health's Laboratory of Industrial Hygiene, 1935-1946. Wore an eye patch for the rest of his life. Photo: National Institutes of Health, USA



Sillanpaa

Photograph of the Finnish sculptor Mauno Oittinen (1896-1970) working on a bust of the Finnish writer F. E. Sillanpää. 1931. Author: Pietinen. Source: Wikipedia

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