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Craig Morris exhibition records, 1995-2004
Identifier: DR 167
Consists of administrative files, exhibitions executed, exhibitions proposed and exhibition-related files. All the papers in this collection, including those in the administrative files, are connected to AMNH exhibitions - whether executed, under consideration or proposed to Morris when he was Associate Dean of Science for Exhibition.
Dates: Majority of material found within ( 1999-2002).
Digital Media Production Records, Department of Communications-Editorial
Content Description This collection is composed of packages of digital files documenting the production of audiovisual content by the Department of Communications – Editorial division beginning in 2008. It is comprised of born-digital material in the form of text documents, image files, and video files. Documents include metadata exports, permissions overviews and releases, and transcripts. Images consist of still photography used in the making of the films, mainly by the AMNH Photo Studio photographers. Video...
Exhibition Tools and Materials
Identifier: Mem 308
Scope and Contents Since its inception in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History had exhibitions related to the natural world, human cultures, and the universe. The habitat dioramas are predominantly featured in the Museum, with the first appearing in the late 1800s. A combination of distinct methods and tools was used to create the background, foreground, and taxidermy specimens that compose these exhibits, which improved with the advancement of technology and new knowledge.The exhibition...
Dates: Usage: circa 1887-1990s
- Department Records 2
- AMNH Dioramas 1
- AMNH Permanent Exhibitions 1
- Born-digital 1
- Museum exhibits -- Designs and plans 1
- Akeley, Carl Ethan, 1864-1926 1
- American Museum of Natural History 1
- American Museum of Natural History. Akeley Memorial Hall of African Mammals 1
- American Museum of Natural History. Department of Communications. Editorial 1
- American Museum of Natural History. Department of Mammalogy 1