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According to his obituary in the New York Times, he had been living in Orange County, California, for eight years.

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According to his obituary in the New York Times, the feeling and philosophical motivation of the entire body of Dr. Eiseley ’ s work was best expressed in one of his essays, The Enchanted Glass: “ The anthropologist wrote of the need for the contemplative naturalist, a man who, in a less frenzied era, had time to observe, to speculate, and to dream .” Shortly before his death, he received an award from the Boston Museum of Science for his “ outstanding contribution to the public understanding of science ” and another from the U. S. Humane Society for his “ significant contribution for the improvement of life and environment in this country .”

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