Root, Nina J.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: PSC 48
Scope and Contents Slides for Nina J. Root's lecture titled "Architecture for Dinosaurs" 1992. Covers the American Museum of Natural History's first home in the Central Park Arsenal through the various reconstruction and restorations of the building and exhibit halls.
Identifier: PPC .F571
Scope and Contents Field photographs. Detailed step by step photographs of Kazahkstan eclipse, taken by N. Gorbonuv and gifted to Clyde Fisher and his wife, Te Ata. Also includes a letter and article, and photograph of Fisher with Albert Einstein.
Identifier: PSC 419
Abstract Copy photographs taken for Nina Root's lecture: Discovery Tour to Egypt. Photographs taken from the Rare Book Room, AMNH Library.
Identifier: PPC .R668
Identifier: PSC 420-421
Abstract Travel photography taken on trips around the world. 420. Contains images from the AMNH Discovery Tours cruise: Oriental Passage, Cairo to Singapore, December 1989-January 1990. Includes a print out of the itinerary and details of the ship. 421. Photographs taken in Africa, Kenya, Brazil, Amazon, Nepal and China. Images include landscapes, animals (African), travel, monuments and palaces, and some ethnographic subjects.
Item — Frame: Print
Identifier: Wall or Floor TBD
Content Description A framed print of "Tengmalm's owl" by Edward Lear published in Volume 1 of The birds of Europe by John Gould.