|Brother Alfred Brousseau (1907-1988) earned his PhD in Physics in 1937 from the University of California and taught physics and math for many years at St. Mary's College in Moraga, California. Among his many hobbies was that of photography. He made a collection of 35mm color slides of over 20,000 flowers, wilderness scenery, trees, and fungi, which were digitized by his colleague at St. Mary's, Brother Eric Vogel, so that they could be made publicly available.|
|Total Photos Contributed: 12661 [View all photos] or [See a list of all photos] or [View most recent photos]|
|Email address for Brother Alfred Brousseau:
rpolowin[AT]stmarys-ca.edu (Replace the [AT] with the @ symbol before sending an email.)|
Thumbnail photos taken by Brother Alfred Brousseau may be freely used for personal or academic purposes without prior permission under the Fair Use provisions of US copyright law. If you want to use photos larger than the thumbnail size, the following usage applies: Photos from the Brousseau Collection are the intellectual property of Saint Mary's College and their fair use should follow the conventional citation protocol. The citation should read: © Br. Alfred Brousseau, Saint Mary's College. Permission to use is granted freely to not-for-profit organizations and for a per-image fee for commercial use. Please request permission before using or storing text from photos taken by Brother Alfred Brousseau, such as scientific and common names, locations, dates, and notes. Contact Prof. R. P. Olowin at St. Mary's College (rpolowin[AT]stmarys-ca.edu) for more information.|
For more information about usage, see Using the Photos in CalPhotos.