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'Benjamin Franklin.' Juste Chevillet (1729-1802) [after a painting by Joseph Duplessis (1725-1802)]. Né à Boston, dans la Nouvelle Angleterre, le 17 Janv. 1706. Engraving, 1778. Prints

Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words shows the breadth of Franklin's accomplishments through key letters, broadsides, and...

Guinea Pig B is a name Bucky gave himself, to signify that his life was an experiment.

R. Buckminster Fuller: Thinking Out Loud is a spinoff from the PBS series about the architect, designer, engineer, poet...

'Illuminations of Dante's Divine Comedy,' by Giovanni di Paolo (15th cent). Dante and Beatrice reach the sun, shown as a golden wheel sending golden rays to the landscape below.

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Virtual Museum features the work of a federal agency that has helped keep U.S. technology at the leading...

Drawing of 'Franklin the Editor'

Benjamin Franklin explores Franklin's life as a writer, inventor, diplomat, businessman, musician...


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