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Department of Exhibition



Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:

Department of Exhibitions Archaeopteryx painting photographic slides

Identifier: PSC 75
Scope and Contents

Slides of Steve Quinn painting the Archaeopteryx. Includes close ups of figures.

Dates: 1995

Discovery Room

Identifier: EXH.022

E-news (PaleoCenter)

Identifier: EXH.025

Easter Island

Identifier: EXH.026


Identifier: EXH.027

Exhibition Tools and Materials

Identifier: Mem 308
Scope and Contents Since its inception in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History had exhibitions related to the natural world, human cultures, and the universe. The habitat dioramas are predominantly featured in the Museum, with the first appearing in the late 1800s. A combination of distinct methods and tools was used to create the background, foreground, and taxidermy specimens that compose these exhibits, which improved with the advancement of technology and new knowledge.The exhibition...
Dates: Usage: circa 1887-1990s