Found in 239 Collections and/or Records:
Administrative papers from George D. Langdon's term as president of the museum.
Contains five binders of presidential memos written by then President of the American Museum of Natural History, Henry Fairfield Osborn, to the Museum Director between the years of 1928 to 1934.
Administrative files from William J. Moynihan, including American Association of Museums Self Study materials from the AMNH President's Office. Administrative files from Ellen V. Futter's term as president of the museum.
Bequests, Trustee correspondence, Centennial Activities and miscellaneous files.
Press releases from all American Museum of Natural History departments.
Box 1: Floor plans, guides, leaflets, invitations.
Box 2: Lectures and public programs
Box 3: Merchandise, stationary, publications, membership.
Box 4: Education, Scientific publications list, natural history magazine.
Box 5: Museum administration, staff directories, lists, financials, rules and regulations, annual outing, trustee annual meetings, misc folder at the back.
Box 6: Early Museum Postcards.
Wrapped album combines several different reports related to proposed new AMNH buildings, including quarterly report from 1916 and oral report of President Henry Fairfield Osborn to the Trustees from 1916, AMNH annual meeting regarding the Museum's need for new construction. Also includes reprinting of an editorial article from the New York Times regarding this proposal, as well as editorials from the New York Sun, New York World, and Evening Post.
One notebook containing financial records including costs of publications, sales figures, lists, cost comparison reports and some correspondence pertaining to publications.
American Museum of Natural History publicity documents for museum testing of new U.S. Army combat zone ration program, 1947
Contains press release and informational document from U.S. Army about the "Guinea Pig Test" research project and public demonstration conducted by the American Museum of Natural History to test a new combat zone ration program called the E Ration.