Livingston Farrand, US anthropologist

Livingston Farrand, US anthropologist

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Caption: Livingston Farrand (1867-1939), US anthropologist. Farrand studied at Princeton University, qualifying as a medical doctor from Columbia University in 1891. He taught psychology at Columbia, and then carried out anthropological research with the Jesup North Pacific Expedition (1897-1902). He was professor of anthropology at Columbia from 1903 to 1914. He edited the American Journal of Public Health (1912-1914) and chaired the American Red Cross (1919-1921). In university administration, he was president of the University of Colorado (1914-1919) and president of Cornell University (1921-1937). This photograph dates from 1921.

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