Photographs, 1927-1940.

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Ritter, William Emerson, 1856-1944. Photographs, 1927-1940.

Photographs, 1927-1940.

The collection consists of eleven black and white photographs including images of William E. Ritter, Mary Bennett Ritter, Ellen Browning Scripps, and an unidentified man who resembles E.W. Scripps. These photographs belonged to William E. Ritter and his wife Mary Bennett Ritter and were received from Mary Bennett Ritter's family. The photographs are all black and white images. The photographs include two undated photographs of William E. Ritter, a photograph of a pencil sketch of Ritter, an undated 11x17 print of a portrait of Ritter marked "Clark, Berkeley," and portraits of Ritter dated July 1927 and 1940. The photographs include three portraits of Mary Bennett Ritter. Two of these images are identical except that one is dated 1916 on the verso, and the other is signed "Mary Bennett Ritter, M.D., War Lecturer 1917-1918" on the verso. The third photograph of Mary Bennett Ritter is dated 1925. The photographs include one portrait of Ellen Browning Scripps dated 1919 and a 10x14 portrait of an unidentified man marked "Copyright Wilcox 1900" which may be E.W. Scripps.

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Scripps, Ellen Browning, 1836-1932

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Ellen Browning Scripps was born in Parish, London on October 18, 1836. Ellen was exposed to books and publishing at an early age. Her grandfather was an accomplished publisher and her father, James Mogg Scripps was a successful bookbinder. In 1844, after the death of her mother, her father and her five siblings moved to the United States. The family settled in Rushville, Illinois. Ellen attended Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois where she graduated with honors in mathematics. She was the...

Ritter, Mary Bennett, 1860-1949

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American physician and community activist born in 1860 in Salinas, California. In 1883, Ritter studied medicine with Dr. Euthausia S. Meade of San Jose. She entered Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, in 1884 and graduated in 1886. She interned at Children's Hospital, Berkeley. Ritter took over the medical practice of Dr. Sarah I. Shuey of Berkeley in the late 1880's and continued her practice until 1909. She served as physician to women students at the University of California and was recogn...

Scripps, E.W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926

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Newspaper publisher, Scripps began the greatest number of daily papers then founded by one person (over 40). He started the Newspaper Enterprise Association and United Press International. From the description of E.W. Scripps Papers, 1868-1926. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 21385046 ...

Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Library. Archives.

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Ritter, William Emerson, 1856-1944

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Professor of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley; member of the Harriman Alaska Expedition; director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla. From the description of William E. Ritter papers, 1879-1944. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122403282 American zoologist; founder and first director of the Marine Biological Association of San Diego which became the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD. From the descrip...