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John William Draper 
Photomicrograph of a Fly's Proboscis 
1850 
  
Daguerreotype 
National Museum of American History 
Behring Center, Division of Information Technology and Communications, Photographic History Collection, Image No. AFS 203 
  
 
LL/36183 
  
This photograph was included on the "Click! Photography Changes Everything" website (click.si.edu). 
 
 
  

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