Found in 208 Collections and/or Records:
Views of the temporary exhibition Capturing Time: The New York Times Capsule, held at the American Museum of Natural History, December 4, 1999-March 26, 2000.
Slides of ancient ruins in Tunisia and photographs of mosaics and artifacts, including Lady of Carthage, detail of Orpheus chraming the animals, and detail of Dermech Hunt Mosaic. For the temporary exhibition Carthage: A Mosaic of Ancient Tunisia, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1987. The exhibition was a collaboration with Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Carthage National Museum, Tunis, Archeological Museums, El Jem, Sousse, Sfax, Nabeul.
Photographic copy slides made from the original hand-colored lantern slides. Field photographs from the Central Asiatic Expeditions (1921-1930). Images of Mongolian people and landscape, fossil beds where dinosaur eggs were found and scenes from traveling on land. Places include Mongolia, Tibet, China and Gobi Desert.
Field photographs from the 1984-1985 Cerro de la Neblina expedition. Includes one slide from Amazonas, Rio Mavaca Base Camp, March 1989.
35mm slides and medium format color transparencies of murals before restoration. Unknown location of murals. Animals depicted include moose, elephants and beavers.
View of the temporary exhibition Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch, held at the American Museum of Natural History, Ocober 1991- February 1992. Also includes studio photographs of masks and artifacts.
Studio photographs of artifacts for the publication, Chiefly Feasts: the Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch.
Views of the temporary exhibition Cuba: Nature of an Island, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1993. Akeley Gallery.
AMNH Department of Education programs, including West Side Day (1970), Margaret Mead Film Festival (September 1978), African arts & crafts class (1974), Natural Science Center (1974), Discovery Room (1977), Moveable Museum (1993) and other miscellaneous events and images. Two glass mounted slides show an art class sketching from a diorama in the Akeley Hall of African Mammals (1949).