A few natural supplement images I found:
Image from page 66 of “Ten years of game-keeping” (1910)
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Title: Ten years of game-keeping
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Jones, Owen
Subjects: Game and game-birds Shooting
Publisher: London : E. Arnold
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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Text Appearing Before Image:
April 26, 1908. Tracks of French partridge to her nest in tuft of head crass. a pheasant that was sharing the nest never came near it.
Text Appearing After Image:
Afril 26, 190S. PARTRIDGES 41 of corn round unthrashed stacks, the crumbs merelyof the rooks stolen feasts. Would you not behorrified to think that your pheasants fared on theleavings of rooks ? In winter weather the principal foods of partridgesare young clover and the leaves of root crops, withodds and ends of various green-stuffs and weeds.These they must eat or starve. I have seen part-ridges actually perched on a hedge devouring hips.On the other hand, pheasants, besides enjoying theshelter and warmth of the woods, are seldom with-out some arrangement for supplementing such wildprovender as they may find, chiefly in a varyingcrop of acorns and beech-mast, not to mention themany delicacies easily discovered lurking amongthe thick carpet of fallen leaves. To crown theircomparatively riotous natural living, a keeper willcome round once or twice a day with gallons ofmaize and choice seed mixtures, the latter oftenmade appetizing, or the reverse, with chemicalcondiments. To amuse them
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Portrait of Adolf von Baeyer (1835-1917), Chemist
Image by Smithsonian Institution
Creator/Photographer: Unidentified photographer
Medium: Medium unknown
Dimensions: 9.8 cm x 7 cm
Date: prior to 1917
Collection: Scientific Identity: Portraits from the Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology – As a supplement to the Dibner Library for the History of Science and Technology’s collection of written works by scientists, engineers, natural philosophers, and inventors, the library also has a collection of thousands of portraits of these individuals. The portraits come in a variety of formats: drawings, woodcuts, engravings, paintings, and photographs, all collected by donor Bern Dibner. Presented here are a few photos from the collection, from the late 19th and early 20th century.
Repository: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Persistent URL: www.sil.si.edu/imagegalaxy/imagegalaxy_imageDetail.cfm?id…
Accession number: SIL14-B1-05