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E.E. Just playing horseshoes, Donald Lancefield behind. Unknown to left
Note on back Back Row: (Alfred H. Sturtevant, Muller, blocked, unknown, Weinstein) Front Row (Unknown, Huettner, Donald Lancefield, Morgan, McGregor, Franz Schrader)
Dr. E. B. Wilson - 1929 Richard (L) and Robert (R) Huettner. Photographed in rear of Crane Building. Wison was using crutches as he suffered from severe arthritis in his later life
E.B. Wilson portrait with glasses
Thomas Hunt Morgan portrait as above but seated in the opposite direction
Mary R. Huettner - Woods Hole
Thomas Hunt Morgan, children & friends at the Grand Central Station in New York City waiting for train to Woods Hole
Alfred H. Sturtevant in uniform
Pitching horseshoes outside Old Main - 1928. After the last class of the day, groups would meet behind Old Main for a few hours of this popular sport.
Richard Huettner, son of the photographer, standing in the doorway of the Bell Tower, 1930
The "Columbia Gang" dining with Pithecanthropus. c 1920
The "Columbia Gang" dining with Pithecanthropus. c 1920

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