Department of Anthropology
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Slides of every bark painting gifted to the American Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology (approximately 90).
Repatriation items photographed for Elaine Guthrie. Mostly Blackfoot Sun Dance objects, one San Carlos Apache cap.
Studio photographs of Northern Mexican Indian artifacts taken by John Lilly. Artifacts from the AMNH Department of Anthropology collection. Objects refer to two publications: Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume III: I-Symbolism of the Huichol Indians (by Carl Lumholtz, May 1900) and Arte Symbolico (AMNH Memoirs by the Instituto Nacional Indigenista).
Images of include Indian map of upper and middle Missouri River, birchbark records, quilled buffalo robes, dancing dress with pictographs, Munsee basket, Hidatsa basket and other artifacts.
Slides of Kwakiutl objects and Tlingit helmet. Objects include masks, paintings, and sculptures. One slide of the Haida War Canoe (Great Canoe).
Studio photographs of African objects from Herbert Lang's collection of African objects in the AMNH Department of Anthropology. Artifacts from the Belgian Congo including ivory objects, figurines, gourds, barkcloths and calabash.