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American Museum of Natural History

 Organization

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Barbara Neill photographic slides of reptiles and lightening bugs, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 382
Abstract Photographs include close up images of lightening bugs, American toad, ringneck snake, eastern painted turtle, and a black racer emerging from an egg.

C. H. Watson photographic slides of tomato worms, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 536
Abstract Three photographs of tomato worms infested by parasites on a leaf on the ground.

Mont A. Cazier photographic slide collection of the Expedition to Mexico, 1947.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 161
Abstract Field photographs taken in Mexico including images of beetles and other insects, plants and trees, and general landscape. Also includes some portraits and photographs of a cathedral.

Photographic slides of insects, circa 1950s.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 569
Abstract Photographs of insects, mostly close up with some in nature. Includes flies, butterflies, moths, beetles, locusts, and spiders. Also includes microscopic images of a blood fluke and body louse as well as photographs of tapeworms. A small set of photographs were taken from a display, presentation or book about crickets.

O. A. Stevens papers and correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .S748
Scope and Contents The items in this collection reflect Stevens’ academic correspondence between the years of 1909 and 1959. The majority of the topics center on his collection of bee and wasp specimens, their proper naming, and their research value to other amateur and professional entomologists. Some correspondence also touches on his botanical and ornithological pursuits, including several letters between Myron H. Swenk, Stevens’ long time correspondent and co-author of the highly regarded paper entitled “The...

T. L. Keith photographic slide collection

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 320
Scope and Contents Photographs of flowers, birds, eggs, and insects.

W. A. Pleumer photographic slide collection, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 404
Abstract Mostly close up photographs of insects. Includes a few images of flowers and clouds.

Who rules the world? Insects ; Bird islands of the Pacific

 Collection
Identifier: Film Collection no. 36
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Who Rules the World? Insects. In this first segment, Mont Adelbert Cazier hypothesizes that someday insects might dominate the earth. His comments on the earth's insect population are illustrated with films of insect activity. The credits and the first part of this segment are missing. A discussion of insect destruction and close-up views of live beetles brought into the studio are also included. SEGMENT 2: Bird Islands of the Pacific. Robert Cushman Murphy, AMNH ornithologist,...