Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
American Museum of Natural History annual report summaries from Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner, 1908-1932.
Identifier: DR 156
Summaries written by Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner for AMNH annual reports. Topics include new installations to AMNH exhibit halls, including the Darwin Hall, expedition summaries, research and publications, specimen collections and accessions. Also includes a five-page timeline of expeditions and field work from 1909-1932.
Dates: 1908 - 1932
American Museum of Natural History Invertebrate lecture slides, circa 1950s.
Identifier: PSC 38
Lecture slides of diagrams and illustrations of invertebrates.
Dates: circa 1950s
Benjamin Kaston photographic slide collection
Identifier: PSC 318-319
Scope and Contents
Field photographs of insects in nature, spiders and other invertebrates.
Department of Invertebrate Zoology correspondence and administrative records, 1917-1989.
Identifier: DR 138
Dates: 1917 - 1989
Libbie Henrietta Hyman taxonomic records
Identifier: Mss .H86
Scope and contents The collection consists of six notebooks (four composition, one small spiral notepad, one leather), kept as part of Hyman’s research work on invertebrate, including taxonomic identification of Turbellaria. The notebooks range from 1927 to 1964. They feature mathematical equations, trial and error scientific testing and a log of specimens. The majority of the journal content details specimen numbers, as well as information when these items were received, from where and whom. They are all...
J. R. Gerner photographic slide collection
Identifier: PSC 236
Scope and Contents
Photographs of invertebrate shells.
Preparation Molds for Exhibits
Identifier: Mem 306
Scope and Contents Molds for exhibits were created and used to prepare the models that compose the exhibits of the American Museum of Natural history, approximately from 1889 to the 1990s, first by the science departments and then by the Department Exhibition and its different iterations. Models were meant to reproduce existing and extinct animal specimens, humans and cultural artifacts, insects and plant life. The types of mold that can be found in this grouping provide insight on the methods employed to...
Dates: Usage: circa 1889-1990s