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American Museum of Natural History annual report summaries from Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner, 1908-1932.

Identifier: DR 156
Abstract Summaries written by Henry Edward Crampton and Roy Waldo Miner for AMNH annual reports. Topics include new installations to AMNH exhibit halls, including the Darwin Hall, expedition summaries, research and publications, specimen collections and accessions. Also includes a five-page timeline of expeditions and field work from 1909-1932.

Eugenie Clark photographic slide collection of Egypt, Red Sea and South Pacific, circa 1950-1959.

Identifier: PSC 172
Abstract Mostly field photographs of marine life and native people and their habitats taken at the Red Sea Marine Biological Station, Red Sea, Caroline Islands, Palau Islands, Micronesia, Guam and Honolulu, Hawaii. Also includes images of a pyramid, Malayan Tapir in Cairo Zoo and Roman Quarry at Mons Claudianus. Few pictures of buildings in Egypt. Also included are 7 slides of sea urchins, sea anemone and marine sandworms in the United States.

George G. Lower photographic slides of ocean life, undated.

Identifier: PSC 344
Abstract Photographs of marine invertebrates and sea animals, such as sharks, sea horses, shellfish and fish.

George Raeihle photographic slides of shells, circa 1970s.

Identifier: PSC 413
Abstract Studio photographs of marine invertebrates, shells.

Great Barrier Reef Expedition photographic slides

Identifier: PSC 250
Abstract Field photographs of marine life and mammals in Australia, Great Barrier Reef Expedition, 1962. Includes birds, kangaroos, koalas, and underwater photographs of invertebrates and fish.

Edmund Otis Hovey papers

Identifier: Mss .H681-.H682

J. R. Gerner photographic slide collection

Identifier: PSC 236
Scope and Contents Photographs of invertebrate shells.

Photographic slides of fish and marine invertebrates, undated.

Identifier: PSC 558
Abstract Close up photographs of fish and marine invertebrates, some taken in the AMNH Hall of Ocean Life. Some animals include starfish, lungfish (coelacanth), seahorse, octopus, eel, coral, barnacles, goldfish, shrimp, and a man-trap clam. Includes images of models.

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