THE HUXLEY FILE
GRATITUDE AND PERMISSIONS
We should like to thank
Professor James Paradis for his contribution in effecting an early design of this programthe original of Bibliography 1 was compiled by him, and he is responsible for its comprehensive coverage but for none of its errors;
Jody DiLeo, Laurie Ousley, and Shitao Liu for their help in research and proofreading;
Eric Freeman contributed the pictures of Huxley's tomb, Richard Hunter of Rattlesnake figurehead.
Clark University, whose Higgins School and Faculty Development program funded this project.
Nicki the Husky and Kiki and Kay the Ferrets for their constant attendance.
We and THH are very grateful for permission granted by many libraries to use text and pictures in their collections. Permission has not been sought for material whose copyright has expired (e. g., Punch and other Victorian periodicals and books) and is not noted for sources that declined to respond. Thanks to the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine for permitting inclusion of unpublished text and pictures and other material from its Huxley Archives. All items not attributed below to other sources are from the Huxley Archives.
- Thanks to the Wellcome Museum
- Linnean Medal With friend.
- Thanks to the National Library of Australia for permitting use of
"Hallow! Doctor Are you off"
Natives of Lousiade Archipelago inside a hut.
Fleet of native canoes
- Thanks to the Library of New South Wales for permitting use of
- Natives on the New Guinea Coast
Women of the Defaure Island
"Ye Natives finding ye grapes"
Cape York Id.
Ladukapuafanoa Brother of Thakubau
"Prof. Huxley and Elsworth Family"
"Louisiade and New Guinea Natives drawn by Huxley"
- To Oxford University Museum
- "Restoration of Cetiosaurus"
- To London Stereoscopic
- Darwin Medal
- Radio Times Hulton Picture Library
- Peers THH 1892
- Mansell Collection
- Fish Exhibition
- Marx brothers
- Horse Feathers
- Darwin's Bulldog