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G20 2012 heads of government – Caricatures
The G20 nations and heads of government incorporate:
1st row left to appropriate
United States – President Barack Obama
Italy – Prime Minister Mario Monti
United Kingdom – Prime Minister David Cameron
India – Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
China – President Hu Jintao
Germany – Chancellor Angela Merkel
Japan – Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda
France – President Co-Prince of Andorra François Hollande
Brazil – President Dilma Rousseff
Canada – Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Russia – President Vladimir Putin
Second row left to appropriate
Australia – Prime Minister Julia Gillard
Turkey – Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Indonesia – President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Argentina – President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy,
Mexico – President Felipe Calderón
Saudi Arabia – King Abdullah
Republic of Korea – President Lee Myung-bak
South Africa – President Jacob Zuma
European Commission President José Manuel Durão Barroso
Supply pictures for caricatures:
– King Abdullah, an image in the public domain for the U.S. Defense Division website.
– Mario Monti, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from Close friends of Europe’s Flickr photostream.
– Felipe Calderón, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from the Globe Financial Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– David Cameron, a Creative Commons licensed photo from the ukhomeoffice’s Flickr Photostream.
– Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a Inventive Commons photo from the World Economic Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– Julia Gillard, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from (Prime Minister of Greece) Flickr Photostream.
– Stephen Harper, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from the Planet Financial Forum taken by Remy Steinegger and offered via Wikimedia.
– Hu Jintao, a photo found on the Defense Department site.
– Cristina Kirchner, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from Embajada de EEUU, Buenos Aires’s Flickr Photostream.
– Vladimir Putin, a Inventive Commons license photo from the World Economic Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– Angela Merkel, a Creative Commons licensed photo by Ricardo Stuckert/PR from Agência Brasil, a public Brazilian news agency, by way of Wikimedia.
– Lee Myung-bak, a Creative Commons license image from hojusaram’s Flickr Photostream.
– Yoshihiko Noda, a photo in the public domain offered by means of Wikimedia.
Barack Obama, an image in the public domain from the U.S. Air Force.
– Dilma Rousseff, a Inventive Commons licensed photo from Dr. Rosinha’ s Flickr photostream.
– François Hollande, a Inventive Commons licensed photo obtainable by means of Wikimedia.
– Dr. Manmohan Singh, a Creative Commons licensed photo taken by Eric Miller from the World Economic Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– José Manuel Barroso, a Creative Commons photo from the Baltic Development Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– Herman Van Rompuy, a Creative Commons license photo from europeanpeoplesparty’s Flickr Photostream.
– Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, a photo taken by by Sebastian Derungs from the Planet Financial Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
– Jacob Zuma, a Inventive Commons licensed photo by Zahur Ramji /Mediapix through the Globe Economic Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
Charlotte Gower Chapman (1902-1982)
Image by Smithsonian Institution
Creator: Moffett Studios
Subject: Chapman, Charlotte Gower 1902-1982
United States Marine Corps
Lingnan University (Hong Kong, China)
United States Workplace of Strategic Services
United States Central Intelligence Agency
Sort: Black-and-White Prints
Topic: Ladies anthropologists
Regional number: SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA-SIA2008-2015]
Summary: Charlotte Gower Chapman (1902-1982), an ethnologist and author of Milocca: A Sicilian Village, was teaching at Lingnan University in China when the United States entered World War II she was taken prisoner by the Japanese and repatriated in 1942. Chapman then joined the Marine Corps, was assigned to the Office of Strategic Solutions, and, in 1947, became a Central Intelligence Agency employee, functioning there until her retirement in 1964. This public relations photograph, distributed by the University of Chicago, where Chapman earned a Ph.D. in anthropology in 1928, was captioned "Miss Charlotte Gower studies Sicilians in their native hills, in Chicago’s Small Italy, in agricultural settlements in the south." The book primarily based on her fieldwork had been completed in 1935 but was not published till 1971.
Cite as: Acc. 90-105 – Science Service, Records, 1920s-1970s, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Persistent URL:Link to information base record
Repository:Smithsonian Institution Archives
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