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NHM-WP06.008.017    Photo:    [1837]--[1905]   Photo, small sepia, of portrait sketch Herbert Edward Wallace aged about 8, (c. 1837) showing him to the waist wearing wide sleeves and a broad-brimmed hat; reproduced in ""My Life" vol. 1, facing p. 289, attributed Miss Townsend. Notes: In small envelope labelled in an unknown hand "Dr Wallace", with WP6/8/9 and 10. See also WP6/8/24. Dates based on likely date of original sketch and photograph for publication of autobiography.
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NHM-WP06.008.008.[2]    Photo:    1840--1905   Small envelope labelled in an unknown hand "Dr Wallace", containing this print when listed and two others also reproduced in "My Life" (old refs WP3/ 57 and 58).
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NHM-WP02.001    Photo:    [1840--1940]   Portraits and Images: Nine photographs: portraits of A. R. Wallace and members of the Wallace family and friends including his mother Mary Anne Wallace née Greenell, his sister Fanny (Frances: Mrs Thomas Sims), his wife Annie Wallace née Mitten and Frederick Geach (mining engineer in Timor c. 1861); 6 of the photos are of or include A. R. Wallace. Photos are arranged by subject beginning with the oldest member of the family, then by date. Other portrait photos and sketches are in WP6/8, papers re A. R. Wallace's autobiography "My Life", where they are marked up for publication; there is a photograph almost certainly of A. R. Wallace's father-in-law William Mitten in WP15, Mitten papers; portraits of A. R. Wallace are included in numerous press cuttings in WP2/2, interviews and biographical print pre November 1913. A few photos of other individuals occur in WP1, Correspondence. Notes: All photos with old ref WP 2/51 were in a small brown envelope labelled in WGW's hand "Photos of A. R. Wallace" and in Mrs R Wallace's hand c 2000 "Also Violet and William (his children)" - personal information from Mr & Mrs R Wallace 12.6.03. None of the photos apparently included the children when listing began; a small press cutting 1915 re memorial plaque to A. R. Wallace and other scientists in Westminster Abbey which was present has been placed with NS/1 WP2/3, A. R. Wallace obits and memoirs; envelope destroyed 16/6/03. Photos of Annie, Violet and A. R. Wallace were among Mitten and unrelated papers (old ref WP1/14) and one photo of A. R. Wallace among proof illustrations for books, old ref WP2/17/2.
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NHM-WP02.001.001    Photo:    [1840]   Portrait photo apparently of Mary Anne Greenell/Wallace , undated, c 1840? of an elderly woman in bonnet and shawl, annotated on the back in pencil in an unknown hand "Mrs Thomas Vere Wallace (Mary Ann)" [sic]; black and white; apparently photographed from an album. Notes: Her second name is spelled "Anne" in A. R. Wallace's "My Life", 1905.
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NHM-WP06.008.008.[1]    Photo:    1840--1905   Photo, small sepia, of an 1840 sketch by William G Wallace of village buildings, reproduced in My Life", London 1905, vol. 1, facing p. 150, captioned "Llanbister, Radnorshire").
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NHM-WP06.008.009    Photo:    1840--1905   Photo, small sepia, of a sketch by William G Wallace of a small church in a landscape (near Llanbister in 1840; reproduced in Wallace, Alfred Russel, "My Life", London 1905, vol. 1, facing p. 150, captioned "A Lonely Chapel"). Notes: Reproduced in Wallace, Alfred Russel, "My Life" (London 1905) vol. 1, facing p. 150.
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NHM-WP02.001.002    Photo:    [1850]   Group portrait photo, undated, c. 1850 showing A. R. Wallace aged 27-30 seated near his mother with his sister Fanny standing behind them leaning one arm on Wallace's chair; black and white; apparently photographed from an album.
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NHM-WP17.001    Photo:    1850--1860   Portrait of an unknown man (Thomas Sims? Thomas Vere Wallace?) seated on a chair apparently next to a curtained four-poster bed; small ( 9.5 cm x 6 cm) very faded sepia photographic portrait on thin paper, apparently a photograph of a framed photograph. Notes: Formerly a loose enclosure between ff. 37 and 38 of diary/notebook in several hands -See WP3/1. Torn at one edge, very faded
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NHM-WP06.006    Photo:    [1852]--[1905]   Photographic prints, proof illustrations and ms. notes relating to Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1900, "Studies Scientific and Social" (London 1900). Approximately 100 individual documents/images including duplicates; most undated, almost all with annotations including captions, directions for printers and figure numbers, in A. R. Wallace's and/or other hands. Notes: The publication is a series of essays on a variety of topics. Each "piece" in item WP6/6 consists of a number of papers relating to a specific essay: individual documents are described within a single piece-level description. Reference codes have been added to the documents in pencil in square brackets on the backs of photos but where possible on the front of ms and print. Speculative dates are based on dates of publication of "Studies Scientific and Social" (1900) and A. R. Wallace's original essays, except where there is evidence of the date of original creation of an image. Roughly half the images and notes were found in an envelope labelled, probably in WGW's hand, "Photos &c for Studies". The string and envelope, which was filthy, torn and disintegrating at the touch, was discarded. Copies of some of these images and subjects closely related were scattered throughout three of the four original boxes including 80 proof illustrations loose in box 3 and a few in other folders/envelopes in boxes 2 and 3. All have been brought together for final listing including images which were not reproduced in the book but were so similar to those used that they were probably considered and rejected, though some may have been published elsewhere.
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NHM-WP06.008.018.[01]    Photo:    [1853--1865]   Portrait photo of A. R. Wallace aged 30, seated at a table in profile facing right, with glasses and rudimentary side whiskers; photo very spotty and faded; reproduced in "My Life" vol. 1 p. 324 with date 1853. 2.
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NHM-WP06.008.018.[02]    Photo:    [1853--1865]   Small envelope enclosing the above when listed, annotated in ink WGW's? hand "Chap XXIII Photo A.R.W. (?1865 - age 42)" and in faint pencil in A. R. Wallace's? hand "1853"
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NHM-WP17.002    Photo:    1858.00.00?--unknown   Stag beetle, Sepia image on paper captioned "Dorcus Parryi, Thomp.", headed "Specimen of Photo-lithography", with "From Nature, by Thomas Sims, 5. W.G. Terrace Bayswater" written on the bottom margin. Annotated on the back (by A. R. Wallace?) "Thomas Sims, 5 Westbourne Grove Terrace W." Possibly originally an enclosure in a letter to A. R. Wallace: See several letters from A. R. Wallace to Fanny Sims c.1858-59 in family correspondence (WP1/3) Place: London England Notes: Formerly in a brown cardboard box in the form of a book, titled "Letters" on spine, containing miscellaneous apparently unrelated letters and photos
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NHM-WP02.001.004    Photo:    [1862]   Portrait of A. R. Wallace aged about 40? c 1862? Undated black and white photo approximately 14.5 cm x 9 cm showing Wallace standing, bearded and wearing spectacles, resting his left hand on the top of an elaborately carved wooded chair with velvet upholstery, a top hat upturned on the seat. Photographer unknown. Notes: Found among proof illustrations from A. R. Wallace's 1905 autobiography"My Life", when listed. There are no annotations and the photograph is not reproduced in the autobiography.
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NHM-WP06.008.019    Photo:    1862--1862   Sepia portrait photograph c.1862 with plain pale background, of a young dark-skinned man with short dark wavy hair, wearing a dark jacket and waistcoat and white collar with white bow-tie. He is facing the camera, looking down and to the viewer's left. Annotated on the back in pencil in A. R. Wallace's hand "Ali, my Malay Boy" and in pencil possibly in another hand ""-3 1/2 -" and "64". An enlarged reproduction of this photograph faces p. 383 in A. R. Wallace's "My Life" (1905) vol. 1 A. R. Wallace states there that the photograph was taken in Singapore by "a friend". Dated from context. Place: Singapore Malaya Notes: TRANSFERRED TO PAPERS RE 'MY LIFE'; WP6/8
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NHM-WP02.001.003    Photo:    1862.02.00   Portrait photo of F F Geach and A. R. Wallace, both in pale trousers and dark jacket, Geach wearing a peaked cap, A. R. Wallace bearded and wearing a hat, standing with one knee resting on a chair; annotated in pencil on the back in an unknown hand (WGW's?) "Feb | Singapore 1862 | F F Geach A R Wallace" with names under each man in the lower front margin; black and white, approx. 14.5 cm x 10 cm.
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NHM-WP17.011    Photo:    1868--1913   Large envelope labelled in WGW's? hand "Illustrations of Palm trees" containing two paper folders enclosing: 17 black and white illustrations mounted on paper, some interleaved with protective tissue, apparently all from engravings or woodcuts, most of or including palm trees, including a man riding a horse pulling a small two-wheeled carriage against a background of tropical gardens, by B. Mannfeld, captioned "Cubanische Volante", all captioned in German, most with annotations on the back in A. R. Wallace's hand, including "Cocos butyracea | Sketch from nature" on the back of "Am Magdalena | Guadua. Weinpalme | Lichtdruck v A .Frisch. Berlin", "Woodcut from a photograph (indifferent)" on the back of a scene captioned "Mexicanische Landschaft" and "Types of Quichua Indians | From photographs" on the back of "Typhen von Quichua-Indianern" by Mannfeld. 19 pieces; source not identified: NOT the illustrations used in A. R. Wallace's 1853 "Palm trees of the Amazon". Place: Ecuador Notes: Dates based on dates of Mannfeld and A. R. Wallace. The envelope also contained an undated "Punch" cartoon and undated watercolour of azaleas, when listed; see WP17/9 and WP17/10. Individual pieces have been numbered in pencil in square brackets WP17/11/1-17 but no individual piece records have been created at 28 Jan 2004.
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NHM-WP17.004.006    Photo:    1868?--1868?   View of trees and three tall tree trunks, probably California Redwood (Sequoia gigantea), two trunks in the foreground with a woman in bonnet and ankle-length dress seated apparently on an upholstered seat set into the base of the tree on the right, a lattice-like frame enclosing the mid-section of the trunk in the centre of the picture. Sepia photographic print approximately 21 cm x 31 cm, mounted on slightly larger card. Annotated on the back in A. R. Wallace's? hand in pencil " Not exceeding 5 5/8 | 3 1/2" with arrows indication dimensions. Annotated in an unknown hand in pencil "183 | 16348". No caption present. Possibly a Taber photo. Place: USA Notes: Reproduced in A. R. Wallace's "Studies Scientific and Social" (1900) vol. 1 fig. 49, p. 8, captioned "The 'Mother of the Forest' (Dead) Calaveras Grove." Date based on the year that A. R. Wallace was in the USA, but possibly earlier.
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NHM-WP02.001.008    Photo:    [1870]   Portrait of Annie Mitten/Wallace: head and torso portrait photograph of a young woman, (Annie Wallace) 3/4 profile facing to the right in relationship to the viewer, centred in a broad sepia background. Her hair is pulled back into a plait or bun and she is wearing a dark dress buttoned to the neck, with a high white ruffled collar. Annotated on the back in pencil in an unknown hand "Mrs A R Wallace". On the bottom margin is printed "Sims 70, Lillie Rd., West Brompton, London, S.W." Faded sepia photographic print by (Thomas) Sims, undated, approximately 16.5 cm x 11 cm. Place: London England Dirty, with pencil scribble near the top.
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NHM-WP17.005    Photo:    1873--1884   Folder containing 22 printed portraits of scientists, published by Macmillan and Co., London and issued by "Nature" to subscribers 1873-1884. Most engraved by C H Jeens, some by G J Stodart, most from photographs; showing head and shoulders, full face or 3/4 profile except in the case of Charles Darwin, who is shown in profile facing towards the viewer's right; Wallace's portrait is not included.
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NHM-WP06.006.007    Photo:    [1874--1899]   2 photos and 12 annotated proof sheets? of black and white photographic and woodcut or metal engraved images from approx. 8.5 cm x 7.5 cm to 10 cm x 15.5 cm in size illustrating 'New Guinea and its Inhabitants', in A. R. Wallace, "Studies Scientific and Social", (London 1900) vol. 1, Ch. XX, pp. 416-460, figs 59-71; most annotated back and front in lead pencil and/or ink in A. R. Wallace's and other? hands, some with the figure number as finally published in blue pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand; comprising (fig. numbers and attributions as given in the publication): 1. Proof: Cuscus orientalis, engraving or woodcut, fig. 59, attributed Zoological Society 2. Proof: Dactylopsila trivirigata (striped possum); sheet stamped on the back "Richard Clay & Sons, Limited. Bread Street Hill E.C. 27 Nov. 1899"; engraving or woodcut, fig. 60, attributed Semon 3. Proof: Distoechurus pinnatus ( feather-tailed possum) engraving or woodcut, fig. 61, attributed Semon 4. Proof: Tree Kangaroo and New Guinea Birds, engraving or woodcut, fig. 62, from A. R. Wallace's "Geographical Distribution of Animals" 5. Proof: King Charles' Bird of Paradise, Parotia Carolae, engraving or woodcut, fig. 63, attributed A B Meyer 6. Proof: Fern-bearing Bird of paradise, Pteridophora alberti, engraving or woodcut, fig. 64, attributed A B Meye 7. Proof: Rothschild's Bird of Paradise, Astrapia splendidissima, engraving or woodcut, fig. 65 attributed Sharpe 8. Proof: Prince Rupert's Bird of Paradise, Paradisornis rudolphi, engraving or woodcut, fig. 66 attributed Sharpe 9. Proof: Papuans, South-West New Guinea, photographic image showing 4 Papuan men on a rocky beach, three sitting and one standing, facing camera; annotations in lead and blue pencil include "68" and "67 not got proof"; fig. 68, attributed Admiral Maclear. 10. Proof: Papuan of New Hebrides, photographic image showing head and naked torso of a bearded Papuan man standing against a tree trunk looking to the viewer's left, fig. 69, unattributed. 11. Proof: Native of Api, New Hebrides, oval photographic image showing to the waist a short-haired beardless man in profile looking to the viewer's right, wearing a patterned shirt and seated in a wooden chair; "Toby" can be seen in white on the print. Fig. 70, undated (1874?) attributed Challenger expedition. 12.Photograph, sepia oval print on rectangular paper, showing to the waist a short-haired beardless man in profile looking to the viewer's right, wearing a patterned shirt and seated in a wooden chair; image approx 18 cm x 13.5 cm with "Gov. Copyt." and " 'Toby' Native of Api 295 J.H." in white letters on the bottom edge of the print; the "N" in "Native" is reversed. Undated (1874?); reproduced as Fig 70. 13. Proof: Natives of Timor, photographic image showing 3 young men wearing loose robes and head-dresses, two carrying long bamboo? pipes on which one is leaning his hands and chin; a building wall and barred window is behind them. Fig 71, "from a photograph" but undated and unattributed. 14. Photograph, faded sepia, approx. 9.5 cm x 12.5 cm mounted on slightly larger card, showing 3 young men wearing loose robes and head-dresses, two carrying long bamboo? pipes on which one is leaning his hands and chin; a building wall and barred window is behind them; annotated in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? hand "Natives of Timor | 8813 | scale | 1/1", cropping line in pencil on the left, numbered in pencil on the back "16514". Notes: A version of "New Guinea and its Inhabitants" was first published in "Contemporary Review", Feb 1879. Most proofs are very dirty with inky fingerprints; photograph of Timor natives is faded and mount dirty and foxed.
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NHM-WP17.005.002    Photo:    1874.02.05--1874   Printed portrait engraving by C Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Elliott and Fry. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" No 223, 5 Feb 1874
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NHM-WP17.005.003    Photo:    1874.06.04--1874   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by O G Rejlander. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" no 240, 4 Jun 1874
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NHM-WP17.005.004    Photo:    1874.08.24--1874   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" No 251, 20 Aug 1874.
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NHM-WP17.005.005    Photo:    1875.00.00--1875   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature", 1875.
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NHM-WP17.005.008    Photo:    1875.06.01   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 1 Jun 1875
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NHM-WP17.005.006    Photo:    1875.08.26--1875   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 26 Aug 1875.
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NHM-WP06.003.001[.10]    Photo:    [1876]   Proof plate from Wallace's 1876 publication "The Geographical Distribution of Animals". Plate entitled "Characteristic Birds of the Upper Amazon S. America".
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NHM-WP06.003.001[.05]    Photo:    [1876]   Proof plate from Wallace's 1876 publication "The Geographical Distribution of Animals". Plate entitled "A Malay Forest with Characteristic Birds".
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NHM-WP06.003.001[.07]    Photo:    [1876]   Proof plate from Wallace's 1876 publication "The Geographical Distribution of Animals". Plate entitled "Characteristic Mammals of Borneo".
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NHM-WP06.003.001[.02]    Photo:    [1876]   Proof plate from Wallace's 1876 publication "The Geographical Distribution of Animals". Plate entitled "Characteristic Animals of New Guinea".
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NHM-WP06.003.001[.04]    Photo:    [1876]   20 proof illustrations for "The Geographical Distribution of Animals, with a study of the relations of living and extinct faunas as elucidating the past changes of the Earth's surface" (London 1876) drawn and/or engraved by J B Zwecker, mounted on cardboard with paper captions stuck on, a few with annotations (e.g "to face p. 1") in pencil in A. R. Wallace's hand; images B &W, captions in ink in A. R. Wallace's hand include and in form of "Characteristic Animals of Northern Ghana" (at top of plate) with common names of individual animals at the bottom; empty envelope marked on back in blue pencil "Zwecker's original sketches for Geog…". Notes: All enclosed in large torn envelope titled in blue pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand "Geog Distribution Plates" on front and "Geo Dist of Ani" (rest removed) on back; these titles kept and rest of envelope discarded.; empty envelope marked on back in blue pencil "Zwecker's original sketches for Geog…" found lower down in box and added with plates to grey cardboard folder 22/6/03.
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NHM-WP17.005.007    Photo:    1876.04.27--1876   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Mayall. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 27 Apr 1876.
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NHM-WP17.005.009    Photo:    1876.09.07   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Fergus. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 7 Sep 1876
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NHM-WP17.005.010    Photo:    1877.03.08--1877   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 8 Mar 1877.
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NHM-WP17.005.011    Photo:    1877.10.25--1877   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 25 Oct 1877.
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NHM-WP17.005.012    Photo:    [1878.05.30]   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a painting in the Royal College of Physicians (artist not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 30 May 1878.
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NHM-WP17.005.013    Photo:    1878.10.13--1878   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 31 Oct 1878.
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NHM-WP17.012    Photo:    1878?--1900   1-3: Three small square photographic sepia prints, all annotated in pencil on the back in the same hand (A. R. Wallace's?); the first annotated "Deepdene, Frimley Green Surrey | W. J. Stilman [sic] | 28293", showing a house through trees; the second annotated "W. J. Stillman's grounds" | 28293", showing woods with bracken around the base of trees; the third annotated "W J Stillman's grounds" | 28293"showing trees surrounded by almost bare ground, with a post and wire fence and iron barred gate in the background from which leads a walking path partly edged with a rustic wooden fence. 4. Portrait photograph annotated on the back in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? hand W J Stillman" showing a man, apparently Stillman, aged about 55-60, with medium length white or grey hair; 3/4 profile looking towards the viewer's right; seated in an interior, holding a paper, wearing a short beard and moustache and dressed in a thick fur coat. William James Stillman, American journalist, artist, photographer and diplomat, married as his second wife the British Pre-Raphaelite artist Marie Spartali in 1871, the couple settling in Florence and dividing their time between England and Italy. He was the model for Merlin in the 1874 painting "The Beguiling of Merlin" by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. Stillman worked for the London Times as a young man and was interested in Spiritualism and in alleged manifestation of spirits during seances. Place: Frimley Green Surrey England Notes: Dates based on the apparent age of Stillman in the portrait and of his date of death. Photos of house and grounds were all folded inside a letter, WP1/8/130, letter from Williams to Mr Wallace (A. R. Wallace?), no date, when listed; the portrait was enclosed in a buff envelope marked in blue pencil on flap in A. R. Wallace's? hand "Photo of self" containing this and unrelated items, inside a small folder made from blue-green letter paper labelled in A. R. Wallace's? WGW'S? hand (or both) on one side "Photos | Darwins Statue | Stillmans House | &c" and on the other"Darwins Statue | The Museum - Oxford -". See letter from A. R. Wallace to Violet, 22 May 1899, mentioning Stillman (WP1/2/122). Sources for Stillman: Websites including http://www.artmagick.com/artists/stillman.aspx and http://www.concordnet.org/library/scollect/Emerson_Celebration/Em_Con_80.html
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NHM-WP17.005.014    Photo:    1879.04.24--1879   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 24 Apr 1879.
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NHM-WP17.005.015    Photo:    1880.02.05--1880   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 5 Feb 1880.
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NHM-WP17.005.016    Photo:    1880.10.21--1880   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph (photographer not named). Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 21 Oct 1880.
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NHM-WP06.006.004    Photo:    [1881--1900]   Notes and annotated proof sheets? of images illustrating 'Monkeys: Their Affinities and Distribution', in A. R. Wallace, "Studies Scientific and Social", (London 1900) vol. 1, Ch.VII, pp. 146-184, figs 25-43, comprising: 1. Rough notes in ink and pencil in A. R. Wallace's hand on one sheet headed on the front "Woodcuts" with a list of primate species beginning with Lemur Catta, some crossed through, with page and/or figure number references to figures in Flower and Lyddeker, Bates and Zoological Society publications. 2 - 19: Small page or part-page proof-sheets? with annotations in A. R. Wallace's hand showing woodcut and engraved? images varying in size from approx. 6 cm x 5cm to 9.5 cm x 15 cm, of various primates species including Gorilla, Lemur and Loris; and a diagram of the skull of an Aye-Aye; all reproduced in Ch. VII, figs 25-43; attributed to Flower and Lyddeker, Huxley, Bates, and the Zoological Society of London. Notes: "Monkeys: Their Affinities and Distribution" was first published in "Contemporary Review", Dec 1881. Images are from Flower, W H and Lyddeker, R, "An introduction to the study of Mammals living and extinct" (London 1891), Bates, H W, "The Naturalist on the River Amazon" (London 1863), Huxley, T H "Man's place in nature, and other anthropological essays" (London? 1863) and "List of the Vertebrated Animals now or lately living in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London" (London, various editions from 1828 onwards).
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NHM-WP17.005.017    Photo:    1881.10.17--1881   Printed portrait engraving by G J Stodart, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Fergus of Greenock. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 27 Oct 1881.
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NHM-WP17.004    Photo:    1882--1887   Six sepia photographs of landscape in the United States, mounted on board; four captioned "Taber Photo, San Francisco", one by C H James, 1882 and one without photographer or source. Some of these were reproduced in volume 2 of "My Life" by A. R. Wallace, in his description of his travels in America in 1886 and 1887. Notes: Reference codes have been added on the backs in pencil in square brackets. The photographs were enclosed in a brown cardboard folder with the label "Westcots" crossed through in blue pencil next to "Doveshill" faintly visible in blue pencil: destroyed 28 Jan 2004. P J Lucas
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NHM-WP17.004.001    Photo:    1882--1882   View of the interior of a cave (in Virginia, USA) with stalactites and stalagmites near a path and wooden steps, captioned "42. Saracen's Tent, Caverns of Luray. Photo and copyright by C.H.James. Phila. 1882." Sepia photographic print approximately 13 cm x 21 cm mounted on card. Annotated on the back in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? hand "Cop. Initials fine screen 1 page very outside measurement 3 3/4 x 6 3/8 Keep in envelope" and and possibly another hand "1502 | 3 1/2 | f". Place: Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA Virginia USA Notes: This photograph is reproduced in A. R. Wallace, "My Life" (London 1905) vol. 2, facing p. 137.
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NHM-WP17.005.018    Photo:    1882.02.02--1882   Printed portrait engraving by G J Stodart, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 2 Feb 1882.
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NHM-WP17.005.019    Photo:    1882.10.26--1882   Printed portrait engraving by C H Jeens, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 26 Oct 1882.
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NHM-WP17.005.020    Photo:    1883.04.26--1883   Printed portrait engraving by G J Stodart , image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Van der Weyde. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 26 Apr 1883.
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NHM-WP17.005.021    Photo:    1883.09.20--1883   Printed portrait engraving by G J Stodart, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Barraud and Jerrard. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 20 Sep 1883.
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NHM-WP17.005.022    Photo:    1884.06.05--1884   Printed portrait engraving by G J Stodart, image approximately 7cm square, centred on a sheet of paper approximately 19.5 cm x 28 cm. From a photograph by Van der Wede. Presented to the subscribers to "Nature" 5 Jun 1884.
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