Photographer in the American Museum of Natural History, Photo Studio.
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Views of the temporary exhibition Amazon Portrait: Indios e Caboclos, held at the American Museum of Natural History. The exhibition displayed 50 photographs capturing the centuries-old lifestyle of the Amazon's Tapirapé Indians, highlighting the work of Charles Wagley.
Slides of the temporary exhibit Amber: Window to the Past, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1996-1997. The exhibit displayed a re-creation of a 23 to 30 million-year-old Dominican amber forest. Gallery 3. PSC 50 contains images of the exhibit being constructed and installed. PSC 51 contains images from the finished exhibition.
American Museum of Natural History 50th Anniversary of the Whitney building photographic slides, 1986.
Views of the temporary exhibition held for the American Museum of Natural History's 50th anniversary of the Whitney Building. Includes displays with wall texts and exhibit preparation.
Slides from the AMNH Hall of Extinct Mammals and other exhibits in the dinosaur halls under construction.
Lienzo of Coixtlahuaca, 36 slides, copy of curator's report enclosed, titled "Report on the 1899 Copy of the Lienzo of Coixtlahuaca II Curated at the American Museum of Natural History" by Arthur A. Joyce, April 1993. Chavero Codex, August 1994, 20 slides.
Studio photographs of electric catfish of African variety.
Studio photographs of gem and mineral specimens.
Photographs of the Barosaurus mount in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda. Includes images under construction and after construction.