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(left to right): Unidentified man; British archeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968); and unidentified man

Creator:
Davis, Fremont 1915-1977
Title:
(left to right): Unidentified man; British archeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968); and unidentified man
Date:
1937
Summary:
Unidentified man; British archeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968); and unidentified man. Garrod was the first woman to do research on Paleolithic humans, first woman to hold a professorship at Cambridge University, and co-leader of an important archeological exploration of Mount Carmel during the mid-1930s. This photograph was taken by Fremont Davis at the International Symposium on Early Man, Philadelphia, March 1937. Science Service writer Emily DavisŒs notes on the back of the original photograph say "British archeologist Daisy Garrod in the middle. DonŒt know the other two
Cite As:
Acc. 90-105 - Science Service, Records, 1920s-1970s, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Topics:
Archaeology, Women archaeologists, Women scientists, Paleolithic period
Subjects:
Garrod, D. A. E (Dorothy Anne Elizabeth) 1892-1968, University of Cambridge, International Symposium on Early Man (1937 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
Places:
Israel, Carmel, Mount
Form/Genre:
Black-and-White Prints
Local Number:
SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA-SIA2008-1820]
Full Record:
http://siris-archives.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=all&source=~!siarchives&uri=full=3100001~!297372~!0#focus
(left to right): Unidentified man; British archeologist Dorothy Annie Elizabeth ("Daisy") Garrod (1892-1968); and unidentified man, 1937, Smithsonian Institution Archives, SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA-SIA2008-1820].

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