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American Museum of Natural History


Found in 693 Collections and/or Records:

American Museum of Natural History address book of annual members, 1873.

Identifier: DR 147

Handwritten registry book containing names and addresses of annual members of the AMNH in 1873. The front page of the book contains a copy of membership invitations from trustees, information about member benefits and costs, and list of donors. Book contains several signatures of members of Roosevelt family.

Dates: 1873

American Museum of Natural History administrative files from the director's office

Identifier: DR 119

Administrative files from the museum director's office including those of Thomas D. Nicholson, Director 1969-1989. Includes correspondence with William J. Moynihan and George D. Langdon.

Dates: circa 1980s.

American Museum of Natural History annual report photocopies, undated.

Identifier: DR 099A

Bound photocopies of AMNH annual reports dating from 1912-1987. One box of blowbacks from microfilm.

Dates: 9999 - 9999

American Museum of Natural History annual report summaries from Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner, 1908-1932.

Identifier: DR 156

Summaries written by Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner for AMNH annual reports. Topics include new installations to AMNH exhibit halls, including the Darwin Hall, expedition summaries, research and publications, specimen collections and accessions. Also includes a five-page timeline of expeditions and field work from 1909-1932.

Dates: 1908 - 1932

American Museum of Natural History. Annual Reports and other publications

Identifier: VPA 113
Scope and Contents Boxes 1 through 4 contain the American Museum of Natural History bound Annual Reports starting from 1946 through 1998. It chronicles museum operations, development, and the Board of Trustees; scientific divisions, research, and publications; science explorations, education, programing, and public outreach; museum finance and support; and museum staff and volunteers. Box 1 (1946-1968) contains themed reports. Of note are, 1953-1954, “The Museum’s Contribution to Our Knowledge of Living...
Dates: 1947-2002