- John Henry Comstock and Anna Botsford Comstock Portrait
- Comstock Hall, Foyer
- Mural Photo Portrait
- Comstock, John Henry (1849-1931) and Anna Botsford (1854-1930). Mural photo, artistnot identified. "John Henry and Anna Botsford Comstock were pioneers ofscience; since Cornell University's earliest days, they have inspired the highestachievement in the study of entomology. For more than half a century theComstocks contributed to the growth and maturation of the University'sDepartment of Entomology, engendering in students and colleagues alike a love ofnature, a reverence for its mysteries, and a commitment to rigorous scientificinquiry. Skilled teachers, dedicated researchers, respected friends-they were,indeed, formative forces in the lives and careers of countless Cornellians."Comstock Hall Foyer.
- Comstock, John Henry, 1849-1931
Anna Botsford, 1854-1930
- Cornell: Campus Art and Artifacts
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