This image of Benjamin Rush, who is considered to be the Father of American Psychiatry, dates from 1890. It was adopted by the the American Psychiatric Association as their official logo in 1921.
American Psychiatric Association Logo, 1921
Eighteenth-century writers seemed uncertain how best to describe Britain’s relation to its many overseas possessions. Only tepidly did they employ the concept of
empire since for them it carried uncomfortable baggage from ancient history. The traditional usage suggested that control over distant colonies and expansion into new regions depended on military might. But the notion that Great Britain was a modern-day Rome, dispatching powerful legions to conquer the world, did not sit well with a people who celebrated liberty and rights, the blessings of living under a balanced constitution.