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Lot 81 3 portfolios. Rembrandt van Rijn. Complete Etchings. New York: E. Weyhe, []. Edited by W. Lot 83 3 vols. Contemporary American Etching. Lot 84 5 vols. Edward Hopper: The Complete Prints. New York: Norton, Lot 85 4 vols.

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Though scholarly, earnest and somewhat pedantic, this modest National Geographic Magazine was way ahead of its time to reject prudery by featuring, as early as , a Zulu couple with the bride in native undress. Many pages were taken up by membership lists, meteorological charts and graphs. Some, like The Arctic Cruise of the U. In the meantime, Bell, having fallen in love with his pupil Mabel, had proposed to and married her in But Bell did not really want the job.

In his quest for the right person he wrote his friend, Dr. Edwin A.

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Grosvenor, a professor of history at Amherst College and a distinguished orientalist, linguist, and author. Professor Grosvenor had taught at Robert College in Constantinople for 23 years and reared his family in Turkey. Treasury on Fifteenth Street, where the Hotel Washington now stands. Though it would seem that the young Gilbert, without any editorial experience, was an unlikely candidate for the ambitious task that Bell had in mind, he turned out to be just the man.

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His nurse was an Armenian, Kurdish porters toiled up the cobbled path carrying provisions to his home. Albanians, Bulgarians, and Greeks were his classmates Little wonder, that geography seemed to him a dramatic series of living pictures Gilbert H. Grosvenor, or GHG, as he was respectfully called by the staff during my time at the Geographic , was also well grounded in the classics and in literature. Having helped his father with his illustrated books about the antiquities of Constantinople, he was well aware of the powerful impact that photographs can have.

The same would be true of even beautiful illustrations of scenery, etc.

Motion interests. GHG, the executor, is best recalled by Frederick Vosburgh, a long and close associate, and editor of the Magazine from through Those who challenged his plans and principles struck steel beneath the velvet GHG did have positive ideas. Nothing controversial, only what is of a kindly nature about a country and its people could be printed.