Jack and Beverly Wilgus, the owners of the Gage photo, have a number of other Psychology-related items in their online album: “Flint the Mesmerist” and his hynotized daughter (the Wilgus’ also host a Flint the Mesmerist website complete with links to posters you can be – see poster 1 and poster 2), a couple of images of phrenology heads (image 1, image 2), and a physniotrace with explanation of the photographic process (which is particularly interesting in relation to Objectivity and its descriptions of various imaging technologies).
Of course, there are a vast number of history of psychology related images both on Flickr and other online image databases. For instance, as AHP announced earlier this year, the Archives for the History of American Psychology continues to post images of their apparatus collection, media collection, books and manuscripts collection, events at the archives, and images taking you inside the archives.
Here’s a selection of other “Psychology on Flickr” images you might enjoy on a Friday afternoon:
Some of Psychology’s famous men (Freud, Skinner, James, Pavlov, Wundt, etc)
The Child Psychology Lab at Yale, 1947
Opening of the Psychological Testing Lab at Pratt Institute
Did you miss the Darwin Exhibit when it was touring? Now’s your chance to see it here.