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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Crawford H. Greenewalt photographic slide collection

Identifier: PSC 245
Scope and Contents

Ornithological photographs by Crawford Greenewalt. Includes living birds in habitat, at nest, and close-ups in flight.

Dates: 1975-1980

Photographic slides of bird specimens, undated.

Identifier: PSC 47

Two slides of a shrew (microsorex) and various birds specimens from the AMNH Ornithology Department. Specimens include Accipiter Melanoleucus, Basileuterus Bivittatus Agrentinae, B.C. Chrysogaster, Basileuterus Melanogenys Ignotus, Pennwla Millsi, Camptorhynchus Labradorius (Labrador Duck) and African Grey Parrot. (Names transcribed from slide captions).

Dates: undated

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 of 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