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William Albert Sauer (1844–1918). Carl Sauer’s father, a music professor and plant taxonomist at Central Wesleyan College, Warrenton, 1890s. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Henry Vosholl (1818–1908). Carl Sauer’s maternal grand­father , a Methodist minister. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) The Henry Vosholl house, Warrenton, where Carl Sauer was born. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer, age one to two, Warrenton, 1890 or 1891. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Rosetta, Albert, Carl, and William Sauer, Warrenton, late 1890s. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer at the Gymnasium school in Calw near Stuttgart, Germany, ca. 1900. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Tennis Club, Central Wesleyan College, 1908. Carl is in the top row, second from the left. (Photograph courtesy of Martin Kenzer) Lorena Schowengerdt, age seventeen, Warrenton, ca. 1908. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Schowengerdt house. (Photograph, 1970, by Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer, at the University of Chi­ cago, 1911. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Wedding of Carl Sauer and Lorena Schowengerdt, Warrenton, Decem­ ber 1913. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl and Lorena Sauer in Salem, Massachusetts, where he taught at Salem State Normal School from January to June 1914. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig.) Rollin D. Salisbury (1855–1922). Chairman of the Department of Geography at Chicago, 1903–19, and Sauer’s dissertation adviser in 1915. (Courtesy of the University of Chicago Library Special Collections Research Center) Ellen Churchill Semple (1863–1932). Leipzig, Germany, 1891 or 1892. Sauer’s favorite professor at Chicago. (Photograph from Geoffrey J. Martin, 2005) Carl and Lorena with baby Jonathan, Ann Arbor, 1919. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer in the field, northern California, 1935. (Photograph by Karl J. Pelzer; courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer, 1937. (Photograph by Robert G. Bowman; from Preston E. James and Geoffrey J. Martin, 1978) Carl Sauer, northern Mexico, 1940s. (Photograph courtesy of William Bowen) Carl and Jonathan Sauer with unidentified botanist (with hat) in Peru, 1942. (Photograph courtesy of Barbara Fredrich) Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons with daughters Margaret (elder) and Ellen, 1950. (Photograph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer at “Man’s Role in Changing the Face of the Earth” symposium, Princeton, 1955. (Photograph courtesy of Paul Starrs) (Top left) Alfred L. Kroeber (1876–1960). Berkeley anthropologist, and Sauer’s neighbor and colleague. (Photograph by G. Paul Bishop; from the American Anthro­ pologist, 1961) (Top right) John B. Leighly (1895–1986). Carl Sauer’s first Ph.D. (1927), and a close colleague at Berkeley. (Photograph courtesy of the Berkeley Department of Geography) (Left) James J. Parsons (1915–1997). Berke­ ley geography faculty member, 1945–86. (Photograph by Barry Evans, ca. 1965; from the Annals AAG, 1998) (Right) The Early Spanish Main, by Carl Ortwin Sauer, 1966. (Cover photograph from the 1992 edition; with permission from Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons) (Bottom) The Sauer house, 1340 Arch Street, Berkeley. (Photo­ graph courtesy of Elizabeth Sauer FitzSimmons and Ellen FitzSimmons Porzig) Carl Sauer at home, Berkeley, 1972. (Photograph by Dennis Galloway; courtesy of the Berkeley Department of Geography) ...

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ISBN
9780813935775
Related ISBN
9780813935669
MARC Record
OCLC
880412692
Pages
288
Launched on MUSE
2014-07-09
Language
English
Open Access
No
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