Huntington Frontiers Fall/Winter 2016


Frontiers Fall/Winter 2016

Print Fall/Winter issue





Chronicles of Childbearing


Chronicles of Childbearing

The Longo Collection traces seismic shifts in obstetrics and gynecology over six centuries
By Usha Lee McFarling


The images are haunting glimpses into the most primal and private of human moments—the experience of birth...  more


The Way We Were


The Way We Were

For Ernest Marquez, a lifelong obsession ends up documenting the evolution of L.A.
By Martha Groves


Even as a novice collector, Ernest Marquez found that he had a discerning eye for early images of Southern California...  more



Social Scene


Social Scene

A peek at what we’re up to online


Artful Partnership


A Closer Look: Artful Partnership

A needlework treasure from the collection of Jonathan and Karin Fielding
By Harold B. Nelson


The colorfully embroidered samplers produced in early America by girls... more

Lost Flavors


Lessons Learned: Lost Flavors

The Huntington’s rare cookbooks reveal changes in American cooking that eventually sparked a food movement
By Patric Kuh


We hear the word “artisanal” all the time—attached to cheese, chocolate, coffee... more

In Print


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


Changing Landscapes


Back Page: Changing Landscapes

Get out the scissors and make a scene
By Kate Lain



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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