Stout, Gardner D.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
American Museum of Natural History Centennial Celebration papers, 1964-1972
Papers related to the American Museum of Natural History's Centennial Celebration, held April 9, 1969: development, research, financial records and correspondence, press kits, convocation materials, and files of Garnder Stout, President of the Museum at the time of the Centennial Celebration. Also includes entries for the "Windows on the World" essay contest submitted by elementary and college students.
Lerner Marine Laboratory papers
Portrait photograph of President Richard M. Nixon and Gardner D. Stout
Photographs of Nixon and the Museum President.
Sidney Smith Whelan papers, 1955-1973
The Stouts in Africa
Traveling to sites in Kenya, such as the Shima Hills, Tsavo River, Samburu, and Lake Nakuru, Gardner D. Stout, AMNH President from 1968 to 1975, and his wife, Clare, filmed many birds and mammals indigenous to the area. There is extensive, well-photographed footage of the birds and mammals of the region.