Carl Akeley

Carl Ethan Akeley (May 19, 1864 – November 17, 1926) was a pioneering American taxidermist, sculptor, biologist, conservationist, inventor, and nature photographer, noted for his contributions to American museums, most notably to the Milwaukee Public Museum, Field Museum of Natural History and the American Museum of Natural History. He is considered the father of modern taxidermy. He was the founder of the AMNH Exhibitions Lab, the interdisciplinary department that fuses scientific research with immersive design. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Akeley, Carl Ethan, 1864-1926
    Published 1926
    Chicago, Field Museum of Natural History, 1926.
    7 p. 3 pl. 31 cm.
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    by Akeley, Carl Ethan, 1864-1926
    Published 1924
    London : W. Heinemann, 1924.
    xvii, [2], 267 p., [61] leaves of plates : ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm.

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