Photographs of busts and, in the case of infants, head and body casts made by A. Joseph Andrews. Generally, images consist of front, rear, and two side views. The busts show American white infants, females, males; American Indian males and females; African American males and females; and a pygmy male. The persons are identified by name and age and ...
Includes statement of principles of the 19th century school of criminal anthropology, embodying theories of the nature, degrees, causes of, and remedies for, criminal behavior.
Transcription of afternoon discussion only.
Group portraits of members of the Department of Anthropology and the Bureau of American Ethnology at the time of their merger in 1965. The photographs were made on the steps of the Natural History Museum building.
Includes a memorandum from Conrad Reining, secretary of the AAA, to Nathalie Woodbury, July 10, 1969, with comments on the manuscript.