Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 1857-1935
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Art Survey No. 1257
Identifier: Art Survey No. 565
Identifier: PPC .O8361
Scope and Contents Field photographs of dinosaur hunting in Montana. Taken from a Montana expedition led by Barnum Brown, includes photos of extraction of bones from the ground.
Identifier: PPC .O836
Scope and Contents Hale Lectures; Trip Around the World; Titanothere and Proboscidea Monograph, taken from old albums.
Identifier: PPC .O8362
Scope and Contents Three different poses of a tyrannosaurus rex mount with a photocopy of the title page from Osborn's article written on the subject.
Identifier: DR 091
Scope and Content Note The Jesup Wood Hall Papers consist of departmental correspondence regarding the acquisition, preparation, exhibition, and research of North American woods. Also present are department records of maintenance scheduled and conducted, plans for future acquisitions, and financial records including pricing on wood specimens obtained, departmental salaries, artistic services, exhibit budgets and estimates. The majority of material is correspondence, but advertisements and brochures, handwritten lists...
Identifier: Mss .A451-.A452
Identifier: Archives Microfilm #36
Identifier: Mss .M671-.M674
Scope and Contents This collection is concerned with Morden’s expeditions to Alaska, Central Asia, and Southwest Africa and contains detailed field notes written by both William and Irene. The field notes include details of their travels, supply lists, budgets, and descriptions of artifacts and specimens gathered. There are also a number of drafts of articles and books written by both Morden and Irene about their experiences abroad. The William J. Morden papers also include correspondences which are...
File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Identifier: Mss .H682
Scope and Contents Primarily correspondence between E. O. Hovey and museum administrators or staff. Also contains sketches of museum floor plans, meeting minutes, departmental reports, financial statements, photographs of geological formations, and "Index to Letters."