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Alfred F. Huettner

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Alfred C. Redfield

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Alfred M. Lucas

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Alfred Sherwood Romer

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Alfred Henry Sturtevant

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Drs. William P. Procter & Alfred F. Huettner

Drs. William P. Procter and Alfred F. Huettner in their lab - 1923.

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Alfred Henry Sturtevant (1891–1970)

Alfred Henry Sturtevant studied heredity in fruit flies in the US throughout the twentieth century. From 1910 to 1928, Sturtevant worked in Thomas Hunt Morgan’s research lab in New York City, New York. Sturtevant, Morgan, and other researchers established that chromosomes play a role in the inheritance of traits. In 1913, as an undergraduate, Sturtevant created one of the earliest genetic maps of a fruit fly chromosome, which showed the relative positions of genes along the chromosome.

Format: Articles

Subject: People

Mrs. Alfred (Mary) Huettner on a boat to Martha's Vineyard

On boat to Martha's Vineyard 1921. Mary R. Huettner

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Subject: People

"Cell Deaths in Normal Vertebrate Ontogeny" (1951), by Alfred Glücksmann

The review article “Cell Deaths in Normal Vertebrate Ontogeny” (abbreviated as “Cell Deaths”) was published in Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophy Society in 1951. The author, Alfred Glücksmann, was a German developmental biologist then working at the Strangeways Research Laboratory, Cambridge, England. In “Cell Deaths,” Glücksmann summarizes observations about cell death in normal vertebrate development that he had compiled from literature published during the first half of the twentieth century.

Format: Articles

Subject: Publications

"The linear arrangement of six sex-linked factors in drosophila, as shown by their mode of association” (1913), by Alfred Henry Sturtevant

In 1913, Alfred Henry Sturtevant published the results of experiments in which he showed how genes are arranged along a chromosome. Sturtevant performed those experiments as an undergraduate at Columbia University, in New York, New York, under the guidance of Nobel laureate Thomas Hunt Morgan. Sturtevant studied heredity using Drosophila, the common fruit fly. In his experiments, Sturtevant determined the relative positions of six genetic factors on a fly’s chromosome by creating a process called gene mapping.

Format: Articles

Subject: Experiments, Publications

Sturtevant and Huettner standing by their canoe

Alfred Sturtevant (L) and Alfred F. Huettner

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Subject: People

Sturtevant in uniform, view 2

Alfred H. Sturtevant in uniform

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Subject: People

Dr. Sturtevant Collecting

Dr. Alfred H. Sturtevant collecting

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places, People

Collecting

Collecting. Mary Huettner and Alfred Huettner

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Schrader, Sturtevant and Lancefield pitching horseshoes

Franz Schrader (pitching), Alfred H. Sturtevant (middle, dark clothes) & Donald Lancefield (right) pitching horseshoes

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places, People

Penzance Garage on Water Street

This photograph lain undeveloped in Alfred F. Huettner's camera for over fifty-five years before it was developed.

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places

Fly Room at Columbia

Morgan (center). Clockwise from Morgan: McGregor, unknown, unknown, unknown, blocked, Muller, Alfred H. Sturtevant?, unknown, Alfred Huettner, Donald Lancefield. Identification by Mrs. Robert J. (Carmela) Huettner, daughter-in-law of photographer

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Huettner & Sturtevant Collecting Specimens

Drs. Huettner (R) and Alfred H. Sturtevant (L), both on the staff of Columbia University Zoology Department, collecting specimens on the Elizabeth Islands. Note home-made shelter.

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places, People

Schraders, Lancefields, Huettners, Johnsons at wedding 1921

Mary Huettner (front row, center), Alfred Huettner (front row right), Franz Schrader (2nd row left), Sally Hughes Schrader (2nd row center), Rebecca Lancefield (2nd row right), Donald Lancefield (rear on right)

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

William P. Procter at Great Harbor, Woods Hole

William P. Procter and skiff in Great Harbor, Woods Hole

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Spencer Baird's Fisheries Building

Woods Hole Cut. Spencer Baird's Fisheries Building on right

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places, Organizations

Rebecca and Donald Lancefield with Mary Huettner

Mary Huettner, Rebecca Lancefield (lying down) and Donald Lancefield - Picnic in the woods

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Rebecca and Donald Lancefield with Mary Huettner having a picnic

Donald Lancefield, Rebecca Lancefield and Mary Huettner - Picnic in the woods

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

Elizabeth Island Beach

The Elizabeth Island beach 1920

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places

Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia University

Thomas Hunt Morgan sitting reading papers at Columbia

Format: Photographs

Subject: People

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