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Images used in the collages „Actor-network of Pouilly-le-Fort“ (fig. 2) and „The actor-network is concentrated on Pasteur“ (fig. 5) from top left to bottom right:

Fig. 2.1: Glass flask used by Louis Pasteur, France, 1860-1864. Science Museum, London, Inv. No. A55130.
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Fig. 2.2: Portrait of Marie and Louis Pasteur. 1889, photography by Lejeune.
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Fig. 2.3: Charles Chamberland.
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Fig. 2.4: Émile Roux.
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Fig. 2.5: Louis Pasteur observes rabbits infected with rabies.
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Fig. 2.6: Vaccination of a sheep.
Source: Biodiversity Heritage Library; publiziert in Chamberland, Charles: Le charbon et la vaccination charbonneuse d’après les travaux récents de M. Pasteur. Paris 1883: Tignol, 304.
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Fig. 2.7: Blood count of an animal that died of anthrax.
Source: Biodiversity Heritage Library; published in Chamberland, Charles: Le charbon et la vaccination charbonneuse d’après les travaux récents de M. Pasteur. Paris 1883: Tignol, 71.

Fig. 2.8: Microscope used by Louis Pasteur. Science Museum, London, Inv. No. A55114.
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Fig. 2.9: Louis Pasteur, before 1895, photography by Paul Nadar.
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Fig. 2.10: Louis Pasteur surrounded by his staff in the library of the Institut Pasteur, 1894.
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Fig. 2.11: Jean-Joseph Henry Toussaint.
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Fig. 2.12: Syringe with injection needle, England, 1855-1865. Science Museum, London.
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Fig. 2.13: Blood count of an animal that died of anthrax.
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Fig. 2.14: Glass pipettes used by Louis Pasteur.
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Fig. 2.15: Water filter, designed by Pasteur-Chamberland, London 1884. Science Museum, London.
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Fig. 2.16: Test tube.
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Fig. 2.17: Louis Pasteur in his laboratory at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. Drawing by Poyet.
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Fig. 2.18: Joseph Meister, said to be the first person to be vaccinated against rabies, in 1885.
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Fig. 2.19: Number of agricultural products in France 1893. Table from the Annuaire statistique de la France.
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Fig. 2.20: Bacteriological experiment of the Pasteur Institute, France. Science Museum, London.
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Fig. 2.21: Syringe.
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Fig. 5.1: Depiction of Louis Pasteur with his microscope. Title page from Real Heroes, No. 7, November 1942. (Enlarged detail.)
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