I am trying to find the original textbook image that is the inspiration for many schematic figures showing tertiary interactions (hydrogen bonding, ionic interactions, hydrophobic interactions, disulfide bridges). The earliest I found was in a blog, without source attribution, and is reproduced here:
It must be from Chapter 8 of some textbook. The same blog shows other figures and tables from the same textbook, I think, for example:
The quantitative nature of the table points at a upper-level text (rather than the last chapter of organic chemistry, or a biology introductory text). The black and white figure (intended as such as judged by the rastering of the gray shade) suggests 1960s or early 1970s. There is a picture of the structure of hemoglobin in another figure (a schematic of a wood slab layer model, and a low resolution model next to it), so it cannot be written earlier than 1959.
I don't have access to a library with old textbooks at the moment, so I am asking here.
I did find a newer colorized version (with at least one mistake) here: