Life of Pasteur

Louis Pasteur – A Man of Science

Louis Pasteur Portraits Image Gallery

Originally found in American Public Journal – March 1953 – Motion Picture Reviews A recreation of this health hero’s contributions to medical knowledge. Produced by Sterling Films. 16 mm., black and white, sound, 28 minutes. For purchase from the producer at $100. Address them at 316 West 57th Street, New York 19, N. Y. Consult rental libraries for rental terms. …

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Louis Pasteur: Achievements and Disappointments, 1861

Pasteur Award - Society of Illinois Bacteriologists

Department of Bacteriology, College of Medicine, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa After considering various subjects for this occasion, I decided, because it is the 100th Anniversary of some of Louis Pasteur’s most important research and publications, to pay respect to him and, as Emil Roux stated, “relate what nobody should be ignorant of in Pasteur’s life, and what …

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M. Louis Pasteur

American Druggist - Volume 17 - 1889

Originally printed in the American Druggist: A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Practical Pharmacy in 1892 On Tuesday, Dec. 27th, M. Louis Pasteur, the distinguished biologist and chemist, celebrated his seventieth birthday at his home in Paris. The occasion was one of great pomp, undisturbed by the political scandals of the hour. M. Pasteur was given a magnificent ovation. The famous …

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Louis Pasteur 1822-1895

Louis Pasteur Writing Sample

Originally published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine for an exhibit in observance of the sesquicentennial of the birth of Louis Pasteur. On December 27, 1822, Louis Pasteur, son of a tanner and former sergeant in the armies of Napoleon, was born in obscurity at Dôle, France. Today his name is known and honored throughout the world for his …

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Louis Pasteur Timeline: The Life of Louis Pasteur

Pasteur Timeline

Timeline of Historical Events Involving Louis Pasteur 1822 Louis Pasteur born at 2 a.m. in Dole (Jura), as the third child of Jean-Joseph Pasteur and Jeanne-Etiennette Roqui. 1823 Louis Pasteur is baptized. 1825 Birth of Louis Pasteur’s sister, Josephine. 1826 The Pasteur family moves to Marnoz (Jura), where Jean-Joseph rents a tannery. Birth of Clermont-Ferrand of Marie Laurent, Pasteur’s future …

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Letter From Thomas H. Huxley to The Lord Mayor

Monte Generaso, Switzerland,June 25, 1889 My Lord Mayor, I greatly regret my inability to be present at the meeting which is to be held, under your Lordship’s auspices, in reference to M. Pasteur and his Institute. The unremitting labours of that eminent Frenchman during the last half-century have yielded rich harvest of new truths, and are models of exact and …

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M. Pasteur in the Rue d’Ulm

Joseph Meister – First rabies victim to receive inoculation. It was the good fortune of the writer four years ago, to be the only guest — apart, of course, from “the guest of the evening”; — present at the dinner given to the venerable M. Chevreul by his colleagues of the Societé d’ Agriculture. The dinner was given at the …

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Obsequies of Louis Pasteur

PARIS. Oct. 1 – The body of Prof. Louis Pasteur was placed in a coffin at his late residence, at Garches, at 2 o’clock this afternoon. Mme. Pasteur wept profusely while the Abbé Angely read prayers over the body. The head of the dead chemist rests upon a white satin pillow. The outer coffin is of deal, and the inner …

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