Lucille St. Hoyme (1924-2001), J. Lawrence Angel (1915-1986), and Thomas Dale Stewart (1901-1997), 1967, Smithsonian Institution Archives, National Museum of Natural History physical anthropologists Lucille St. Hoyme (1924-2001), J. Lawrence Angel (1915-1986), and Thomas Dale Stewart (1901-1997) hold a seventeen and one half foot long beard found in a North Dakota attic. St. Hoyme began her career at the Smithsonian as a clerk and stenographer in 1942. She was promoted to curator in 1964, retiring in 1982 and continuing in emeritus status until shortly before her death. St. Hoyme studied variations of human traits from region to region and over time..