(Received 11 March 1999; accepted 25 May 1999)
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T. Dale Stewart (1901–1997) began his Smithsonian career as a temporary aide to Aleš Hrdlička (1869–1943) in 1924. At the time of his death in 1997, he was regarded world-wide as an authority who led the professional development of American forensic anthropology. He was a prodigious researcher, best known for his meticulous attention to detail, balanced scientific judgment, keen sense of research design, and ability for synthesis. Stewart's publications, extensive casework for the FBI and others, his court testimony, publications, professional contacts, and organizational activity merit him a prominent place in the history of American forensic anthropology.
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
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