Julian Steward and Windsor Putnam

KW091f_Steward_Putnam_18DEC0250.pdf

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Title

Julian Steward and Windsor Putnam

Subject

Two students with burros

Description

Julian Steward DS18 and Windsor Putnam DS19 with burros, about to set off on a trip, shed in background was present into the 2000's near the cement block house at lower ranch

Creator

unknown

Source

Kevin West 1989 albums

Publisher

n/a

Date

ca. 1920

Contributor

Denis Clark

Rights

Deep Springs College

Relation

n/a

Format

TIFF

Language

n/a

Type

Still Image

Identifier

18DEC0250

Coverage

Deep Springs

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

b+w print

Physical Dimensions

2 x 3 in

Notes

Photo(s) removed from original albums and placed in new albums by Kevin West ca. 1989. Julian Steward later became a famous anthropologist. Anecdotal information suggests he did some prospecting while a student. Apparently this was an issue with the administration as to how he was spending his time. Windsor Putnam had an interest in mountaineering and some first ascents (e.g., the Thumb) to his credit in the nearby Sierras.

Archive

Deep Springs archive

Tags

Citation

unknown, “Julian Steward and Windsor Putnam,” Deep Springs Archive, accessed December 11, 2018, http://archive.deepsprings.edu/items/show/1345.