The b/w photographs presented above are a part of an entire plank of personal pictures taken in May 1990 to the personnel working at the Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) by Marco Robalino.
The plank is included in the collection of black & white, paper-based photographs that make part of the audiovisual collection kept at the CDF Archive. Alongside slides, paper-based photographs are the largest series among the audiovisual documents, and comprise a number of subjects, including what seems to be ID pictures for the entire CDRS staff.
Unfortunately, most of the planks do not include proper data for each individual featured in the pictures. Therefore, it is necessary to rely in the (sometimes inaccurate) memory and recognition skills of the oldest CDRS workers still active in Galapagos, in order to identify the people photographed by Robalino.
Robalino, Marco. Personnel of CDRS. [Photographs]. Santa Cruz : Marco Robalino, 1990. [N.d.] : ill. b/w : 21 x 30 cm. DDC 986. Well preserved.
Text & picture: Edgardo Civallero (email@example.com).
Publication date: 1 May 2022
Last update: 1 May 2022