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Andrews, Roy Chapman, 1884-1960


Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Roy Chapman Andrews (1884-1960) / LR "Charles Arthur Rose"

 Item — Object: 1
Identifier: Art Survey No. 235
Scope and Contents Roy Chapman Andrews in suit standing with hands in suit pockets, wearing glasses. Andrews was Museum Director from 1935 to 1941, naturalist, explorer, author, known for his expeditions to Asia. Frame: Gilt wood, gesso, laurel design.

Roy Chapman Andrews field photographs

Identifier: PPC .A63
Scope and Contents Personal collection of prints including fiber-based prints of Roy Chapman Andrews holding dinosaur eggs (negative numbers 108049 and 18050). Five envelopes of prints, miscellaneous content including prints from Correia's negatives, antelope running in Mongolia and various other animals.

Roy Chapman Andrews Public relations photographs

Identifier: PPC .A631
Scope and Contents Publicity and press photographs of Roy Chapman Andrews, including his family and friends. Contains some newsclippings describing the career of Roy Chapman Andrews.

The Central Asiatic Expeditions : Mongols

Identifier: Film Collection no. 149
Scope and Contents China and Mongolia, 1921-1930. The first sequence concentrates on daily life in a Mongol camp near Tsagan Nor (or White Lake). The camp is a complex of Mongolian tents (yurts) with men, sheep, and dogs milling about; yaks pull heavy logs; and a camel is being trained. The film moves to Urga (now Ulan Bator) where Khalka women with elaborate headresses are seen; a Mongol affected with gigantism enters the city and is photographed with Roy Chapman Andrews. The film then shifts back to the...