Frank Spencer Papers
Langham, Ian, 1942-1984
Frank Spencer was a historian of biological anthropology who began his career as a medical laboratory technician. His papers include correspondence, manuscripts, notes, research files, teaching materials, photographs, and audiotapes. Spencer's research on the Piltdown hoax as well as the Piltdown research of Ian Langham, whose work Spencer continued after his death in 1984, and Spencer's research on the life and career of Aleš Hrdlička for his dissertation are both represented in the collection.
MS 7102 Record of physical anthropological measurements of Henry B. Collins
Connolly, Cornelius J. (Cornelius Joseph), 1883-1954
Hrdlička, Aleš, 1869-1943
Stewart, T. D. (Thomas Dale), 1901-1997
On USNM form. Face mask of Collins made at same time now in division of physical anthropology.
Division of Physical Anthropology photographs of Albert Attocknie and other Native Americans
Mostly portraits of Albert Attocknie (Lone Tipi) and William H. Egberts made by De Lancey Gill and collected by Alice Cunningham Fletcher. The collection also includes a photograph depicting Smithsonian employee Paul C. Natta measuring Native Americans, a portrait of Charlie Saplish (Doctor or Chief Whirlwind), and another photograph of …
MS 1985 Quileute-Hoh lndians. Measurements and Physical Diagnosis.
Also includes diagnoses.
MS 1785 Ojibwe and Ottawa ethnology, linguistics and physical anthropology
Photograph of Smithsonian Institution physical anthropologists
Photograph depicting Lucile Eleanor St. Hoyme, Angela Margola, John Lawrence Angel, and Donald John Ortner in the physical anthropology lab. The photograph is mounted on a Christmas greeting card from the "Division of Physical Anthropology."
MS 2666 Fox text and notes on physical anthropology
Division of Physical Anthropology collection of photographs of physical anthropologists
2 Prints (chalk manner lithograph)
3 Prints (etching)
23 Photomechanical prints (halftone, photogravure, and collotype)
152 Photographic prints (silver gelatin and albumen)
8 Copy prints
6 Copy negatives
1 Print (offset lithography)
1 Print (probably chromolithograph)
11 Negatives (acetate)
Photographs relating to physical anthropologists from the 19th and 20th centuries in Europe and the United States. Many of the photographs depict Smithsonian staff, particularly Ales Hrdlicka and T. Dale Stewart, as well as people and artifacts relating to physical anthropology throughout history. Some of the portraits are signed and the collection …
MS 3352 Notes on Northern Arapaho ethnology, physical anthropology, and linguistics
1 Item (card )