Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Slides from a slideshow that displayed in the AMNH Shell and Man Hall.
Photographs show a monk parakeet's nest taken in Valley Stream, New York, and a monk parakeet on wire with a twig in its beak, taken in Ft. Tilden, New York.
Photographs of forests, agriculture, shipping, sewage disposals, logging as well as images of buildings, pamphlets, and fires.
Slides of the photographic prints displayed in the temporary exhibition South of Winter: Scenes from Aransas Wildlife Refuge, held at the American Museum of Natural History, July 1983. The photographs for the exhibition were drawn from a book by Steven Wilson and Karen Hayden, titled "A Natural Collection" published by Entheos in 1981.
Duplicate slides possibly made for a presentation. Images of ocean life, glaciers, man-made ocean facilities, and diagrams concerning sea-air interaction and its effects on seismic sea activity.
Slides of Southwest and Mexican sarapes and rugs (K12601-K15432). Also includes prehistoric Southwest basket and pot sherds, some impressed with textiles and sandal markings.
Field photographs taken at the AMNH Southwestern Research Station, Arizona. Includes images depicting surrounding area, research, and labs.
Views of the temporary exhibition, Spirits in Steel: The Art of the Kalabari Masquerade, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1998-1999. Sculpture by the Southeastern Nigerian Kalabari artist Sokari Douglas Camp. Studio photographs of two sculptures: Big Alagba and Sikibo taken in 1999.
Slides of birds included in the temporary exhibition The Sport of Birding, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1978. Images include taxidermy models set in displays and live birds in their natural environment.
Studio images of the art and artifacts displayed in the temporary exhibit Star Gods of the Ancient Americas, held at the American Museum of Natural History, December 1982-May 1983. Includes artifacts from the Huari-Tiahuanaco, Mixtec, Inca, Zuni, Tiahuanco, Maya, Hopi, Chimu, Skidi Pawnee and Haida Indians. Possibly used in a slide presentation.