List of Illustrations
1. C.A. Rosetti. Photograph by Carol Szathmari, year unknown, Szathmari Collection, National Library, Special Collections.
2. Mikhail Bakunin. Engraving from the front page of Zamfir Arbore’s book În exil [In exile], Craiova, 1896.
3. Zamfir Arbore. Engraving by his daughter, Nina Arbore, The Official Salon of Drawings and Engravings, Bucharest, 1933.
4. ‘Roumania’s efforts to prevent the bringing of cholera into her territory. A frontier guard of riflemen turning back travelers seeking to cross the Russian frontier by way of the Pruth’, Illustrated London News, 14 October 1905, p. 535. Drawing by Hermanus Willem Koekkoek based on sketches by Rook Carnegie.
5. Wounded at the Grivița Ambulance. Photograph. The fourth from the left, standing, is Carol Davila. From Carol Szathmari and Franz Duschek, Amintiri din Răsboiul Independenței, 1877-1878 [Memories of the War of Independence, 1877-1878], Bucharest.
6. Constantin Istrati as a new member of the Romanian Academy, photograph. Revista Literatură și Artă Română, VI:4 (1902), 247.
7. The chicken cholera. From Victor Cornil and Victor Babeș Les bactéries et leur rôle dans l’anatomie et l’histologie pathologiques des maladies infectieuses, Atlas, plate IV, Paris, 1883.
8. Institute of Bacteriology, Bucharest. Photograph. In Alex. Antoniu, Album General al României [Romania’s General Album], 1904, vol II, plate 8, Bucharest.
9. Wooden model of Curtea de Argeș Monastery, Storck Museum, Bucharest. Photograph by Răzvan Pârâianu, 2019.
10. The construction of the Roman Arenas. Before the Opening. Photograph by Dr. Al. Zaharia, in Expoziția Generală Română de la 1906 [The Romanian General Exhibition of 1906], vol. I. National Library of Romania, Special Collections.
11. The Day before the Opening. Photograph by Dr. Al. Zaharia, in Expoziția Generală Română de la 1906 [The Romanian General Exhibition of 1906], vol. I. National Library of Romania, Special Collections.
12. The Aerostat ‘Romania’. Drawing reproduced from Universul, XXIII (290), 22 October 1905, 1.