Chapter 1: Photography in the Service of Anthropology

Figure 1. Photographer unknown, 1904. Gelatin silver print. Bontoc Igorots killing a dog for a feast. Philippine Reservation, St. Louis Exposition. PM 2004.29.17469**
Figure 2. Photographer unknown, 1892–1893. Gelatin dry-plate negative. Peabody Museum School, Second Honduras Expedition. PM 2004.24.300**
Figure 3. Photographer unknown, 1899. Gelatin dry-plate negative. Central American Room, Peabody Museum. PM 2004.24.1766**
Figure 4. Patrick Putnam, ca. 1928. Gelatin silver print. Mbuti Pygmies, Belgian Congo (Zaire). PM 2004.1.458.1*
Figure 4. Patrick Putnam, ca. 1928. Gelatin silver print. Mbuti Pygmies, Belgian Congo (Zaire). PM 2004.1.458.2*
Figure 5. Michael Rockefeller, 1961. Color transparency. Men and women dance to celebrate killing of an enemy, New Guinea. PM 2006.18.1.70.24*
Figure. Robert Gardner, 1961. Black-and-white negative. Mother weeps alone as her child’s corpse is laid on a funeral pyre, New Guinea. PM 2006.16.1.15.27*