Misc. Images
Dec 7, 2010Public
Photo: Hertford Grammar School by Eliza Dobinson c. 1815.
Photo: Neath Mechanics Institute. Copyright G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's telescope. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's telescope. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's telescope. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's pocket sextant which he reputedly used to map the Rio Negro river. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's aneroid barometer. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's map of the Rio Negro river in Brazil, a major tributary of the Amazon as published by Wallace in the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society in 1853. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Route of Alfred Russel Wallace's journey (heavy black line) around the Malay Archipelago, from his book 'The Malay Archipelago'. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Map of the Malay Archipelago showing Wallace's Line. From Wallace's 1863 paper On the Physical Geography of the Malay Archipelago. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, 33: 217-234. Copyright of photograph: G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Order of Merit awarded to Alfred Russel Wallace in 1908. Property of Wallace family. Copyright Wallace Memorial Fund
Photo: Wallace's unique gold version of the Darwin-Wallace medal of the Linnean Society of London (Darwin side). Awarded to him in 1908 on the 50th anniversary of the reading of the Darwin-Wallace paper in which evolution by natural selection was proposed for the first time. Copyright A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Wallace's unique gold version of the Darwin-Wallace medal of the Linnean Society of London (Wallace side). Awarded to him in 1908 on the 50th anniversary of the reading of the Darwin-Wallace paper in which evolution by natural selection was proposed for the first time. Copyright A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace
by Albert Bruce-Joy
plaster cast of medallion, 1906
11 in. x 9 1/8 in. (279 mm x 232 mm) oval
Given by the sitter's children, W.G. and Violet Wallace, 1916
Primary Collection
NPG 1764
© National Portrait Gallery, London
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported  (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/)
Photo: Photograph from Black & White magazine, May 30, 1908, p. 682, of a silver medallion of Wallace by Albert Bruce-Joy (1842-1924) which was displayed at the Royal Academy in 1908. Copyright: Wallace Memorial Fund.
Photo: Small silvered copper medallion of Alfred Russel Wallace by Albert Bruce-Joy (1842-1924), modeled from photographs and from life. Copyright: G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: The silver Wallace Medal of the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund, which is awarded for outstanding contributions to Wallace scholarship or the public understanding of his life and work. Photograph by George Beccaloni, but image is in public domain.
Photo: The bronze Wallace Medal of the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund, which is awarded for outstanding contributions to Wallace scholarship or the public understanding of his life and work. Photograph by George Beccaloni, but image is in public domain.
Photo: Circular white marble medallion of Wallace featuring a side profile of his head, facing left, in Westminster Abbey in the North Aisle of the Choir, between those of Charles Darwin and Joseph Lister. It was commissioned by the Wallace Memorial Committee and carved by Albert Bruce-Joy, who based it on a medallion he had previously made of Wallace from photographs and in life. It was unveiled on 1st November 1915. This photograph was taken c. 1915. Scanned with permission from an original print owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Wallace's invitation to the Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary at Westminster Abbey on 22 June 1911. Copyright: Wallace Family.
Photo: Wallace's copy of his Freedom of the City of London, awarded in 1879. Copyright: Wallace Family.
Photo: Wallace's garden bench and terracotta monogram from his house Old Orchard in Broadstone, Dorset. Property of the Wallace family. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Alfred Russel Wallace's house at Bessir, Waigiou from his book 'The Malay Archipelago'. Wallace is the figure seather under the tiny house. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: 'Ejecting an intruder'. A woodcut from Alfred Russel Wallace's book 'The Malay Archipelago'. Wallace is the figure holding the gun. Copyright George Beccaloni