Huntington Frontiers Spring/Summer 2015


Frontiers Spring/Summer 2015

Print Spring/Summer issue





Steve Koblik


The Bogey Man

Life, learning, leadership, and legacy according to Steve Koblik
By Susan Turner-Lowe


“OK, give me a number. And then once you do that, I’ll figure out the bogey.” This is Steve Koblik...  more


Amorphophallus titanum


The Secret Life of Stinky

There’s more to the corpse flower than its giant bloom
By Lynne Heffley


Behind the scenes at The Huntington, in a quiet greenhouse tucked away from public view, something big is brewing...  more



News Bytes


News Bytes

More Than Meets the Eyes  •  With a Wave of Her Wand  •  Culture à La Carte  •  Newton’s Lost Works, Found


Doyle Lane Mural


A Closer Look: Three Artists, Three Visions

African-American art at The Huntington
By James Glisson


The Huntington continues to fill in gaps in its collecting areas, most recently by homing in on works by African-American artists... more



Lessons Learned: Broken Hearts Cannot Be Photographed

The Huntington’s curator of photographs captures the emotional impact of the Civil War
By Kevin Durkin


If you missed The Huntington’s unprecedented exhibition of 200 rare Civil War photographs in 2013, you will be pleased to learn that the Huntington Library Press has just published a powerful book based on the show... more

Nihoa millerbird


Accessions: Saving the Birds

The Huntington acquires the papers of an award-winning Hawaiian naturalist
By Daniel Lewis


When it comes to the study of Hawaiian birds, few scientists can rival Sheila Conant... more

A Sampling of Books


In Print: A Sampling of Books Based on Research in the Collections


Millard Sheets


Postscript: The Millard Sheets We Didn’t Know

The Huntington is the new home of a residential mural by Millard Sheets
By Thea M. Page


For many of us who grew up in Southern California, Millard Sheets’ public murals are among the indelible images of... more


Welcome to the Ranch

In the Woods with a Canoe


About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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