Photographs by and about Julian and Juliette Huxley, covering family life; travels on behalf of UNESCO and for other research and personal purposes to Africa, Australia, and Europe.

The original materials can be accessed at the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library. Contact woodson@rice.edu for assistance.

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  • Julian Huxley with art object 

    (1945)
    This photograph comes from a group of loose photographs in an album/scrapbook having to do with UNESCO.
  • Julian Huxley standing 

    (1945)
    This photograph comes from a group of loose photographs in an album/scrapbook.
  • Juliette Huxley in barrel, Gonzalez Byass bodega, Spain 

    (1957-05)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Julian Huxley at Alhambra, Granada, Spain 

    (1957-05)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Juliette Huxley in front of sacred bull, Bangalore, India 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Ethiopians on holiday, Lake Tana, Ethiopia 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Galea woman, Ethiopia 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Bridegroom at Hindi wedding, India 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Koranic school, Lahore, Pakistan 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Women carrying baskets at Damodar Valley Corporation, Kolkata, West Bengal, India 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Julian Huxley staring at statue, India 

    (1959)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Woman weaving at loom, Chang Mai, Thailand 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Beauty queen, Bangkok, Thailand 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Julian Huxley at Spears's house, Kumasi, Ghana 

    (1961)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Buddhist monks, Chang Mai, Thailand 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Children in bombed church, Manila, Philippines 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Washing clothes in the canal, Jakarta, Indonesia 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Fly catchers for tsetse flies, West Africa 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Aborignal man riding in a truck, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...
  • Man carrying baskets, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia 

    (1950)
    As a part of his research and his work for UNESCO, Julian Huxley, usually accompanied by his wife Juliette, took photographs of the people, animals, and lands that they visited. The photographs in this collection focus mainly on the people that the Huxley’s photographed, but also includes images of the Huxleys on vacation and at home. While the vast ...

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