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Ephraim Littlefield

Webster, John White, 1793-1850. Trial of Professor John W. Webster for the murder of Doctor George Parkman. - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

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Image of Ephraim Littlefield from a page of a pamphlet, janitor of the medical college, who discovered the remains in the vault of Professor Webster : drawn by Rowse from a daguerreotype by Chase.--engraved by Marsh expressly for the New York Globe. Below are "accurate drawings of articles found in the laboratory of Professor Webster, and produced in court during the trial." Image shows five items with a written description for each.

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<p>Image of Ephraim Littlefield from a page of a pamphlet, janitor of the medical college, who discovered the remains in the vault of Professor Webster : drawn by Rowse from a daguerreotype by Chase.--engraved by Marsh expressly for the New York Globe. Below are "accurate drawings of articles found in the laboratory of Professor Webster, and produced in court during the trial." Image shows five items with a written description for each.</p>
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Ephraim Littlefield

Webster, John White, 1793-1850. Trial of Professor John W. Webster for the murder of Doctor George Parkman. - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010.

<p>Image of Ephraim Littlefield from a page of a pamphlet, janitor of the medical college, who discovered the remains in the vault of Professor Webster : drawn by Rowse from a daguerreotype by Chase.--engraved by Marsh expressly for the New York Globe. Below are "accurate drawings of articles found in the laboratory of Professor Webster, and produced in court during the trial." Image shows five items with a written description for each.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

ABSTRACT

Image of Ephraim Littlefield from a page of a pamphlet, janitor of the medical college, who discovered the remains in the vault of Professor Webster : drawn by Rowse from a daguerreotype by Chase.--engraved by Marsh expressly for the New York Globe. Below are "accurate drawings of articles found in the laboratory of Professor Webster, and produced in court during the trial." Image shows five items with a written description for each.

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