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Fox

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A fox lies on the ground, seen from above. He faces the spectator, his head resting close to his bent forelegs. Leaves and twings in the foreground.

Fox

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Fox

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Fox

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Vanity case composed of jadeite, the front adorned with a mosaic scene of carved coral, textured gold, and mother-of-pearl, with a diamond frame and a diamond-set thumbpiece; interior fitted with a mirror, powder compartment, and a detachable lipstick holder

Nellie Fox

National Museum of American History

Nellie Fox

National Museum of American History

Nellie Fox

National Museum of American History

Nellie Fox

National Museum of American History

Nellie Fox

National Museum of American History

Fox

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Nelson Fox

National Museum of American History

Nelson Fox

National Museum of American History

Nelson Fox

National Museum of American History

Greater Flying Fox, Large Flying Fox

NMNH - Education & Outreach
This object is part of the Education and Outreach collection, some of which are in the Q?rius science education center and available to see.

This is an articulated skeleton cast of a Greater Flying Fox. Greater Flying Foxes are the largest species of fruit bats. The skeleton cast is on a mount and the wings are outstretched. The wingspan measures to about 100 cm in size. The length of the skeleton is around 40 cm in size and about 40 cm high with the stand.

Playing Fox, Prince of the Fox Tribe

Smithsonian American Art Museum

[Fox text]

National Anthropological Archives
Published in BAE 40th Annual Report, Page 182 (line 14 to 25)

[Fox text]

National Anthropological Archives
Published in BAE 40th Annual Report, Page 109

Keokuk (The Watchful Fox)

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Michael J. Fox

National Portrait Gallery
Born Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Emmy Award–winning actor and Parkinson’s research advocate Michael J. Fox endeared himself to legions of fans with his roles on the sitcoms Family Ties (1982–89) and Spin City (1996–2001), and as Marty McFly in the popular Back to the Future film trilogy (1985–90). Only thirty years old when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease—a degenerative neurological disorder—he did not make his condition known to the public until 1998. Since then, Fox has continued his acting career, aided by drugs that help him manage his Parkinson’s symptoms. In 2000 he established the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research with the goals of finding a cure for the disease and supporting the development of improved therapies for those living with it. In this portrait, Fox’s steely gaze mirrors the determination of the man whose foundation has already generated more than $450 million to fund its ambitious research objectives.

Michael J. Fox nacido en 1961

Nacido en Edmonton, Alberta, Canadá

Michael J. Fox, ganador del premio Emmy y propulsor de las investigaciones sobre la enfermedad de Parkinson, se ganó el cariño de incontables fanáticos con sus actuaciones en las comedias televisivas Family Ties (1982–89) y Spin City (1996–2001), sin olvidar a Marty McFly en la icónica trilogía Back to the Future (1985–90). Tenía solo treinta años cuando recibió el diagnóstico de Parkinson, un trastorno neurológico degenerativo, pero no dio a conocer su condición al público hasta 1998. Desde entonces, Fox ha continuado su carrera de actor con la ayuda de medicamentos para manejar los síntomas de su enfermedad. En el 2000 estableció la Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, que aspira a encontrar una cura para la enfermedad y apoya el desarrollo de mejores terapias para los que la padecen. En este retrato, la mirada dura de Fox refleja el tesón del hombre cuya fundación ya ha generado más de $450 millones para financiar sus ambiciosas metas de investigación.

Steve Pyke (nacido en 1957)

Impresión digital en gelatina de plata, 2008

George Henry Fox

Catalog of American Portraits

Globorotalia ? youngi Fox, 1954

NMNH - Paleobiology Dept.

Bulimina wyomingensis Fox, 1954

NMNH - Paleobiology Dept.

Frondicularia greybullensis Fox, 1954

NMNH - Paleobiology Dept.

Dentalina bighornensis Fox, 1954

NMNH - Paleobiology Dept.
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