Harvard Travellers (Boston).
William Stephen Thomas, museum consultant. Grantee National Science Foundation, Sweden, 1959; Grantee National Research Council, Hawaii, 1961; Katherine Coffey award Northeast Museum Conference, 1975. Served as lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1945; also, Korea; Commander Reserve retired; Member of Explorers (New York City), Century (New York City); Harvard Travellers (Boston).
Museum apprentice Newark Museum, 1933-1934. Assistant registrar Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1934-1936. Director education Philadelphia Academy Natural Sciences, 1936-1939.
Executive secretary committee education in science American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, 1939-1942. Co-founder, secretary adult school The Junto, 1941-1942. Director Rochester (New York ) Museum Arts and Sciences (now Rochester Museum and Science Center), 1946-1968, director development, 1969-1971, executive secretary board, 1972-1973, director emeritus, from 1974.
Department State lecturer, Havana, Cuba, 1949. Museum planner United Nations Educational, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1949. Secretary committee science technical museums International Council Museums, 1953-1967, secretary United States national committee, 1957-1965, chairman, 1966-1970.
Consultant museums, Hawaii and Japan, 1951-1952, lecturer, France, 1953, 64, Israel, 1962, Cairo, 1967.
- Fort Davis and the Texas Frontier: Paintings : From the Collections of the Rochester Historical Society, Rush Rhees Library of the University of Roc
- With a beautiful sketch or watercolor on each page XVIII Century Fort Davis and rural Texas are captured and preserved in this invaluable book.
- Fort Davis and the Texas Frontier Paintings By Captain Arthur T. Lee, Eighth U.S. Infantry from the Collection Of the Rochester Historical Society, Rush Rhees Library of the Univ. Of Rochester, Rochester Museum and Science Center, Kennedy Galleries, Inc.
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