Photographs of Geneva and Lausanne, Switzerland. Most of the photos are images of Lake Léman, Reformation Wall, Rive Gauche, and the cemetery of Plain Palais in Geneva. A few of the photos are of the University of Lausanne and of the old city of Lausanne.
Postcards of Switzerland collected by anthropologist Ruth Landes. Images on the postcards include mosaics; artwork; the coat of arms of Swiss cities; a map of Switzerland; various sites in Geneva including the Reformation Wall, Quai Gustave Ador, Avenue de France, St. Pierre Cathedral, La Rade, Gare Cornavin, Church of Notre Dame; and a view of Limmat River and the Lindenhof quarter in Zurick.
Image ID #, Claremont, California, Postcards, Box 63, Ruth Landes Papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Images from anthropologist Ruth Landes' trip to Portugal with her friend Sally Chilver. Includes views of Lisbon, São Martinho, and Nazaré, as well as Chilver lying on a beach. There is one picture of Landes, but she cannot be seen clearly due to double exposure of the photo.
Image ID #, Slides, Box 63, Ruth Landes Papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Paul and Astrid Oscanyan photograph collection relating to Iceland and Greenland, undated
Jón Helgason 1866-1942
Petersen, Emanuel A (Emanuel Aage) 1894-1948
Volume : circa 100 pages + 232 halftone plates
10 prints : silver gelatin
7 prints : color halftone
6 colored prints
Paul Oscanyan was a member of the University of Michigan Greenland Expeditions in 1927-1928.
Collection of photographs made or collected by Paul and Astric Oscanyan relating to Iceland and Greenland. They include Jon Helgason's work on Reykjavik between 1786 and 1936, with photographic plates and copies of drawings; reproductions of paintings by Emanuel A. Petersen of Eskimo or Inuit settlements and boats on or near the coast of Greenland; and photographs of Greenland, possibly made or collected by Paul Oscanyan during the Michigan Greenland Expeditions. One photograph mount has a handwritten letter on its verso, from November 1939.
Photo Lot 89-2, Paul and Astrid Oscanyan photograph collection relating to Iceland and Greenland, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
David Ives Bushnell photographs relating to Etruscan sites in Italy, 1904-1907
Bushnell, David I (David Ives) 1875-1941
25 mounted prints : silver gelatin
David Ives Bushnell, Jr. (1875-1941) was educated in St. Louis, Missouri, and Europe before traveling to northern Minnesota in 1899 on his first anthropological expedition. From 1901-1904, he worked as an archaeological assistant at the Peabody Museum at Harvard University and continued his studies in anthropology. Bushnell lived in Europe from 1904-1907, documenting North American ethnographic material held in museums and private collections. Upon his return to the United States, Bushnell was hired as a contributor for the Smithsonian's Handbook of American Indians (1907) and was later appointed editor of the Bureau of American Ethnology (1912-1921).
Photographs made by David I. Bushnell during visits to the Etruscan sites of Sovana and Castellina del Chianti in Italy. The photographs document artifacts, a columbarium, the excavation of a temple, and nearby towns and scenery.
Photo lot 141B, David Ives Bushnell photographs relating to Etruscan sites in Italy, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
Laghi delle Meraviglie, Italy, photographs, rubbings and squeezes November 10, 1901-January 29, 1902
Berry, Edward E
November 10, 1901-January 29, 1902
"From the shape of one of the weapons represented, it is believed that these petroglyphs were executed about B. C. 1500."
These are of petroglyphs in the neighborhood of the celebrated Laghi delle Meraviglie, near Val Fontanalba, Italy. Includes 17 prints, 40 miscellaneous sheets containing rubbings, etc. and three letters (copies) transmitting the material and giving details of their acquisition.
Manuscript 2369, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution