Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Contains two letters from S.R. Stoddard, publisher of photographs, guide books, and art of the Adirondacks and northern New York State, to A.S. Bickmore. Letters contain lists of images that were requested by Bickmore for which publisher states he will provide negatives. Letters are annotated with locations and numbers. Bickmore may have used these images for lantern slide lectures.
American Museum of Natural History miscellaneous correspondence and documents from library, 1895-1994
Miscellaneous correspondence and documents from library, including a letter requesting cataloging supplies written by the librarian in 1895, an accession sheet for the transfer of a file cabinet from Membership to AMNH Memorabilia, and other miscellaneous unrelated documents.
Bashford Dean (1867-1928) was a teacher, ichthyologist, and armor scholar. As curator, he headed emergent departments at the American Museum of Natural History (Reptiles and Fishes, 1903-1910) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (curator, Arms and Armor, 1904-1912) in New York City. The Bashford Dean Papers primarily consists of correspondence and sketchbooks.
The collection consists of 73 notebooks listing Frick Laboratory specimens. The volume numbers are listed by state and locality within the state. The finding aid includes an abbreviation used on the spines of the various volumes and the state to which the abbreviation refers.
The correspondence in this series is of personal nature. It includes correspondence between Henry Clay Frick (Child Frick's father) with architects regarding building of Long Island estate Clayton presented by Henry Frick to Childs Frick and his new wife. There is personal correspondence between Childs Frick and Richard K. Mellon, and miscellaneous personal correspondence.
This series contains family photographs, notes on family history, Brown's personal correspondence, and writing by members of his family. It contains transcription of Brown's first wife Marion's diary of the 1904 field trip to Montana. There is also extensive collection of notes by Brown's second wife Lilian documenting their travels in Middle East, India, Burma, and Greece, her travel memorabilia and her correspondence regarding the travel.