Edmund S. Carpenter studied anthropology under Frank Speck at the University of Pennsylvania and taught at the University of Toronto, the University of California at Santa Cruz, the New School for Social Research, and other institutions. An internationally recognized expert on tribal art, his numerous publications include Oh, What A Blow That Phantom Gave Me!, Eskimo Realities, They Became What They Beheld, and the 12-volume Materials For The Study Of Social Symbolism In Ancient And Tribal Art. He remembers Frank Siebert at Penn with the regulars in Frank Speck ’5 office.
Carpenter, Edmund S.. "Frank Speck’s Office." Maine History 37, 3 (1998): 78-79. https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mainehistoryjournal/vol37/iss3/3