Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
American Museum of Natural History Fossil Halls construction photographic slides, circa 1990-1992.
Slides from the AMNH Hall of Extinct Mammals and other exhibits in the dinosaur halls under construction.
American Museum of Natural History Invertebrate lecture slides, circa 1950s.
Lecture slides of diagrams and illustrations of invertebrates.
American Museum of Natural History Library Expansion photographic slides, 1992.
Views of AMNH Library under construction, mostly the 4th floor. Also includes blue prints, interior and exterior library photographs and images of the old Rare Book Room taken by Don Soucy.
American Museum of Natural History Library lecture slides, 1982-1992.
American Museum of Natural History miscellaneous photographic slides
American Museum of Natural History miscellaneous special events photographic slides, 1970, 1993, 1994, undated.
Mostly photographs taken at events at the American Museum of Natural History. Images taken indoors and outdoors. Some events include Rhythym of the World (1994) and West Side Day (1970). A small subset of slides shows underwater exploration.
American Museum of Natural History mural painting slides
Primarily murals painted of dinosaurs painted by Charles R. Knight. Some denote restoration paintings. Other paintings of dinosaurs credited to Bob Kane and Walter Ferguson. One painting of Aurora Borealis 910(1) 9 P.M. (Northern Lights) by Howard Butler.
American Museum of Natural History Naturemax Theater photographic slides of "To Fly", 1982.
Slides taken of scenes from the movie "To Fly" which opened the AMNH Naturemax Theater on February 11, 1982.
American Museum of Natural History North American Mammal Hall photographic slides, undated.
Dioramas and close up views of mammals displayed in the AMNH North American Mammals Hall.
American Museum of Natural History Oil Geology Hall photographic slides, undated.
Images from exhibits in the AMNH Oil Geology Hall. Exhibits include Oil Derrick and Christmas Tree.