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othmeralia:

On this day in 1869 Dmitrii Mendeleev sketched his first draft of the periodic table.  While Mendeleev’s version remains the most common, alternative arrangements include circular, cylindrical, pyramidal, spiral, and triangular layouts.  Indeed, Edward Mazurs chronicled over 140 types in his seminal work, Graphic Representations of the Periodic System over 100 Years! Which one gets your vote?
othmeralia:

On this day in 1869 Dmitrii Mendeleev sketched his first draft of the periodic table.  While Mendeleev’s version remains the most common, alternative arrangements include circular, cylindrical, pyramidal, spiral, and triangular layouts.  Indeed, Edward Mazurs chronicled over 140 types in his seminal work, Graphic Representations of the Periodic System over 100 Years! Which one gets your vote?
othmeralia:

On this day in 1869 Dmitrii Mendeleev sketched his first draft of the periodic table.  While Mendeleev’s version remains the most common, alternative arrangements include circular, cylindrical, pyramidal, spiral, and triangular layouts.  Indeed, Edward Mazurs chronicled over 140 types in his seminal work, Graphic Representations of the Periodic System over 100 Years! Which one gets your vote?
othmeralia:

On this day in 1869 Dmitrii Mendeleev sketched his first draft of the periodic table.  While Mendeleev’s version remains the most common, alternative arrangements include circular, cylindrical, pyramidal, spiral, and triangular layouts.  Indeed, Edward Mazurs chronicled over 140 types in his seminal work, Graphic Representations of the Periodic System over 100 Years! Which one gets your vote?

othmeralia:

On this day in 1869 Dmitrii Mendeleev sketched his first draft of the periodic table.  While Mendeleev’s version remains the most common, alternative arrangements include circular, cylindrical, pyramidal, spiral, and triangular layouts.  Indeed, Edward Mazurs chronicled over 140 types in his seminal work, Graphic Representations of the Periodic System over 100 Years! Which one gets your vote?


biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.
biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz
There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.
Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
Terriers
Dachshunds
Spitz and Primitive Types
Scenthounds
Pointers and Setters
Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Companion and Toy Dogs
Sighthounds
The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.

biomedicalephemera:

"All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed.
For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” - Charles M. Schultz

There are over 400 million dogs in the world today. Most breeds are only a few hundred years old, many even younger than that. Some, however, derive from the most ancient stock. There are several primary “types” that gave rise to our current breeds. Today, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale classifies all breeds into ten groups.

  1. Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs
  2. Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoids and Swiss Mountain Dogs
  3. Terriers
  4. Dachshunds
  5. Spitz and Primitive Types
  6. Scenthounds
  7. Pointers and Setters
  8. Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
  9. Companion and Toy Dogs
  10. Sighthounds

The Book of Dogs: An Intimate Study of Mankind’s Best Friend. Ernest Harold Baynes and Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the National Geographic Society, 1919.