Penguins in Antarctica
Thomas Smillie was the Smithsonian’s first photographer and curator of photography. He and his studio staff re-shot many of the photographs collected by the institution’s scientists, including documentation of Smithsonian-sponsored expeditions as well as images of scientific phenomena.
Artist: Bourne and Shepherd
Artist Bio: Indian photography studio, established 1866
Creation Date: 1874-1876
Marine Life Is Taken From Water near the P.H. Robinson Generating Plant. This Crayfish, Which Has Been Exposed to Thermal Pollution, Will Be Studied by Biologists From Texas a & M University 07/1972
Photographer: Olive, Jim