Wallace's Friends & Colleagues
Dec 5, 2010Public
Photo: Ali, Wallace's favorite servant in the Malay Archipelago. Taken by "a friend" of Wallace's in Singapore in c. 1862. Original print in NHM Wallace Archive (WP6/8/19). First published in Wallace's My Life (1905) and scanned from this publication. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Thomas Henry Huxley in ? Photographer: ? First published: ? Copyright of photograph: G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Thomas Henry Huxley in ? Photographer: ? First published: ? Copyright of scan: G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Thomas Henry Huxley in 1885. This was published in the form of a cabinet card. Photographer: Elliott & Fry. First published: ? Copyright of scan: G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: George Silk, Alfred Russel Wallace's childhood friend, in ? This is a hand-coloured print in carte de visite format. Photographer: ? First published on the A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund Website in 2010. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan and owner of Publication Right: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: Francis Galton, Charles Darwin's cousin, in 1869. This print is in carte de visite format. Photographer: Barraud & Jerrard. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: The botanist Richard Spruce, Wallace's close friend, in ? This is a hand-coloured photograph in carte de visite format. Photographer: ? Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: The botanist Richard Spruce, Wallace's close friend, in ? This photograph is in carte de visite format. Photographer: T. Sims & Co. Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.
Photo: The American paleontologist Edward Drinker Cope in ? This was published in the form of a cabinet card. Photographer: P. Biegner & Co., Berlin. First published: ? Scanned with permission from the original owned by the Wallace family. Copyright of scan: A. R. Wallace Memorial Fund & G. W. Beccaloni.