Interior of Darwin's study, towards the windows.
Charles Darwin, around 1859.
Emma Darwin letter to Emma ?, enclosing two signatures of Charles Darwin (1)
Galton, Wedgewood, and Darwin pedigree. This family was studied as an example of "family-stocks characterized by outstanding capacities in philosophy, science and art."
1849 portrait of Darwin, drawn about the time of Beagle voyage.
Caricature of Darwin after the publication of Origin of Species.
Darwin's chair with the first edition of Origin of Species
Charles Darwin changed the world with his theory of evolution.
Emma Darwin letter to Emma ?, enclosing two signatures of Charles Darwin
James Watson talks about the origin of eugenics.