Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Early Man slides, includes some artifacts, stone tools, restoration pieces by McGregor and Keller, and paintings by Charles R. Knight. Slides were taken of the exhibition including exhibit panels.
Photographs of flowers, birds, insects, moths, reptiles, tadpoles, snakes, lizards, beetles, and Native Americans in daily life as well as pueblos dating back to 1540. Locations include Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Maryland, Glacier National Park, New Hampshire, New York Botanical Gardens, Banff (Canada), New Mexico, and South Dakota.
Close up photographs of carpenter ants.
Field photographs of Aleutian and Ainu Peoples, including portraits and scenes in their native habitats.
Photographs of animals and plants including a fawn, baby opossum, sea bass, fiddler crab, jellyfish, great horned owl, black rhinoceros, phlox, and campanula.
Views of the temporary exhibition, The Cave of the Warrior, held at the American Museum of Natural History, July 31-December 6, 1998, Library Gallery. A 6,000 year old burial assemblage from the Judean Desert (near Jericho). The Chalcolithic period.
Press slides of artifacts and excavation sites for the temporary exhibition The Chaco Phenomenon, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1987. Includes excavated kivas at Pueblo Bonito, aerial views of Chacoan site known as Aztec Ruin, and various objects.Also includes a photograph of some of the early explorers from the Hyde Expedition, 1896-1900.