Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia (2), 1917
Morgan, in the Fly Room at Columbia (2), 1917. In the lab, Morgan was called "The Boss." This picture was taken by A.H. Sturtevant.
thomas hunt morgan, a.h. sturtevant, boss, fly, columbia, gallery 10, 1917
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16267. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia, 1917
Thomas Hunt Morgan in the Fly Room at Columbia, 1917.
16270. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at Columbia, 1920
Morgan at his desk at Columbia, 1920.
16277. Biography 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945)
Thomas Hunt Morgan was one of the first true geneticists.
16273. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan, 1945
Thomas Hunt Morgan with microscope.
16297. Biography 11: Alfred Henry Sturtevant (1891-1970)
Alfred Sturtevant was a student of Thomas Hunt Morgan. Sturtevant provided proof of genetic linkage.
16271. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan at the microscope
Morgan at microscope.
16266. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan portrait, 1920
Photo of Thomas Hunt Morgan, signed and dated May 30, 1920.
16993. New York Stories: Exploring Mutant Organisms - The Fly Room
New York high school students set out to find Thomas Hunt Morgan's "Fly Room" at Columbia University, where seminal genetics research took place in the early 20th century.
16265. Gallery 10: Thomas Hunt Morgan family portrait, ca 1874
Family portrait of the Morgans. Thomas Hunt Morgan is standing next to his father on the right (around 1874).
16298. Biography 11: Calvin Blackman Bridges (1889-1938)
Calvin Bridges was a student of Thomas Hunt Morgan. Bridges advanced the theory of chromosomal non-disjunction, and did a lot of work on chromosomal banding patterns.