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American Museum of Natural History photographic slides of the Central Park West entrance, 1998-1999.
Identifier: PSC 587B
Abstract Photographs of mostly banners displayed on the Central Park West entrance of the museum. Also includes barosaurus decorations.
Identifier: PSC 106
Abstract Portraits of AMNH scientific staff from various departments and views of the labs. Portraits include Niles Eldredge, Peter Möller, Brenda M. Rivera, Diane Bynum, Sidney Horenstein, Nina Root, Jerry Rosen, Richard Tedford, Ross MacPhee, Bill Guch, Barnum Brown, Ray de Lucia, Melanie Stiassny, Radford Arrindell, George Langdon, John Van Couvering, Richard Zwiefel, Marie Lawrence, Laura Freeman, Andy DeSantis, among others.
Identifier: PSC 617
Scope and Contents Portraits of AMNH scientific staff from various departments and views of the labs. Includes portraits of Philip Gifford, C. Laivett Smith, Bobb Schafer, Dr. C. Rand, Amy Davidson, Eldridge, Marilyn Fox, and Carlos Rodriguez (Ichthyology graduate student). Also includes several slides of people working on replica of the Stegosaurus skeleton in the Dinosaur Hall, 1973.
American Museum of Natural History special events photographic slides of Kwanzaa and Black History month, 1992, 1993.
Identifier: PSC 548
Abstract Photographs taken at the AMNH during the Kwanzaa Celebration on December 29, 1992, and Black History Month, February 1993.
Identifier: PSC 81A
Abstract Slides of Asmat people performing a wood carving inside the Hall of Birds of the World at the American Museum of Natural History.
Identifier: PSC 157F
Scope and Contents Views of the temporary exhibition Bears: Imagination and Reality, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1993. Includes visitors viewing dioramas, displays and exhibits.
Identifier: PSC 669-670
Scope and Contents Photographs for the temporary exhibition Body Art: Marks of Identity, held at the American Museum of Natural History, November 20, 1999-May 29, 2000. 669. Studio photographs of artifacts displayed in gallery. 670. Views of the installed exhibition. Also includes exhibit documentation and construction.
Identifier: PSC 660
Scope and Contents Views of the temporary exhibition Capturing Time: The New York Times Capsule, held at the American Museum of Natural History, December 4, 1999-March 26, 2000.
Identifier: PSC 40
Scope and Contents 35mm slides and medium format color transparencies of murals before restoration. Unknown location of murals. Animals depicted include moose, elephants and beavers.
Identifier: PSC 83
Abstract Mostly photographs taken of the AMNH Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs under construction and installation of fossil exhibits.
- Names: Finnin, Denis X
- Photographic Slide Collection 50
- Museum exhibits -- Photographs 34
- Dinosaurs -- Exhibitions 3
- Scientists -- Portraits 2
- Africans 1
- Amber 1
- Animals -- Brazil 1
- Animals -- Pictorial works 1
- Animals, Fossil 1
- Antarctica -- Discovery and exploration -- British 1
- Asmat (Indonesian people) 1
- Aztecs 1
- Bears 1
- Body art 1
- Department Records 1
- Diamonds -- Exhibitions 1
- Electric fishes 1
- Gems 1
- Huaca Rajada Site (Sipán, Peru) -- Exhibitions 1
- Indians of North America 1
- Indians of North America -- Maps 1
- Indians of South America -- Brazil -- Xingu River Valley 1
- Inuit -- Maps 1
- Ivory carving 1
- Kwakiutl art 1
- Mammals -- Exhibitions 1
- Mammals, Fossil -- Exhibitions 1
- Minerals 1
- Mochica Indians -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions 1
- Mochica Indians -- Kings and rulers -- Exhibitions 1
- Mural painting and decoration -- Conservation and restoration 1
- Museum exhibits 1
- Museum visitors 1
- North America 1
- Papua New Guinea 1
- Peru -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions 1
- Plants -- Brazil 1
- Portraits 1
- Sculpture 1
- Sculpture, Ijo -- Exhibitions 1
- Serigraphy 1
- Sharks -- Exhibitions 1
- Sipán (Peru) -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions 1
- Tapirapé Indians 1
- Time capsules -- New York (State) -- New York 1
- Totem poles 1
- Watercolor painting 1
- Waura Indians 1
- Waura art 1
- Wood-carving, Asmat -- Exhibitions 1 ∧ less