Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Hayden Planetarium financial records, 1985-1994.
Financial receipts, records of expenses of exhibits and other acquisitions and other financial information for the Hayden Planetarium from 1985 to 1994.
Hayden Planetarium Interplanetary Reservations
Hayden Planetarium materials and scientific publications, undated.
Academic materials, bulletins, journals, correspondence, summary of annual reports, geological related material, moon maps, newspaper, various published materials.
Hayden Planetarium miscellaneous materials, circa 1990s.
Assorted magazines, maps, and binders with press materials.
Hayden Planetarium new building visual records, circa 1990s.
Pictures, documents and illustrations that show the design for the new building.
Hayden Planetarium office files
Inter-office communications, correspondences, and other files dealing with the programs and other daily work of the Hayden Planetarium. Collection is unprocessed; documents are divided by subject heading and boxes are arranged by year span.
Hayden Planetarium office files, 1975-1998.
Office files including staff memos, complaints, letters of recommendation for employees, employment inquiries, personnel records, publicity information, conference information, shipping information and sky shows.
Hayden Planetarium office materials, undated.
Contains a variety of unprocessed office materials including calendars, memos and research statistics. Includes some of the following: yearly calendars, memos, research applications, research statistics, invoices, correspondence, lectures, bills and receipts.
Hayden Planetarium oversized materials, undated.
Large folders with prints on them.
Hayden Planetarium papers, 1927-1988.
Archives from the former Richard S. Perkin Library, Hayden Planetarium. Includes administrative records, staff papers, programs and correspondence. Collections of staff papers from Robert R. Coles, Joseph Miles Chamberlain, Frank H. Forrester, James S. Pickering, Thomas D. Nicholson, Franklyn M. Branley, Kenneth L. Franklin, Mark R. Chartrand and Allen Seltzer.