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American Museum of Natural History collections of gems and minerals photographic slides

Identifier: PSC 33
Scope and Contents

Consisting mostly of cut and uncut gems and minerals as well as some carvings, figures, and vases. Nearly all of the slides are captioned with detailed information about the type of stone and the place of origin.

Dates: circa 1970s

American Museum of Natural History photographic slides of gem and mineral specimens

Identifier: PSC 627C
Scope and Contents

Studio photographs of gem and mineral specimens.

Dates: 1996

Interactive Gem Application Image Collection, Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals, 2021

Identifier: MA.2021.013
Content Description Digital photographs of collection specimens taken for the redesign of the Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals. The Hall reopened in June 2021. These images are used in the interactive exhibit features and website This application was developed by the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology (NCSLET), within the Department of Education. Each specimen is photographed both from the front and side; all...
Dates: Event: Permanent Hall opened in 2021.; 2019-2021

Mineral science specimens photographic slides, undated.

Identifier: PSC 54

Slides of minerals and gems. Some are close-up photographs showing texture and patterns. Twenty slides have a specimen number with no descriptive captions. Other images include cut and uncut gems. Two figures: Nephrite jade water buffalo from the Ming dynasty and "Kanzeon Bosatsu" Japanese Buddhist goddess of mercy by (K. Nakagawa). One image of the a display in the AMNH Hall of Gems.

Dates: undated

The Morgan Memorial Hall of Gems, The Harry Frank Guggenheim Hall of Minerals

Identifier: EXH.034
Scope and Contents

Two videocassettes for "Forever Gold", a video that displayed in the AMNH Harry Frank Guggenheim Hall of Minerals and the Morgan Memorial Hall of Gems. One audio reel called "Energy & minerals pulsed".

Dates: 1989