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Identifier: PSC 17B
Scope and Contents Primarily murals painted of dinosaurs painted by Charles R. Knight. Some denote restoration paintings. Other paintings of dinosaurs credited to Bob Kane and Walter Ferguson. One painting of Aurora Borealis 910(1) 9 P.M. (Northern Lights) by Howard Butler.
Identifier: Art Survey No. 10-14
Scope and Contents Series of 5 paintings depicting the prominences of the chromosphere of the sun. These were originally displayed on the west wall of the Pro-Astronomic Hall (and intended to be installed in the proposed Hall of Astronomy) along with two similar paintings, depicting the prominences observed during the eclipse of 1918, the "Heliosaurus" and the "Eagle."
Identifier: Art Survey No. 26
Scope and Contents Rocky landscape in foreground, Mars in half shadow in background. Inscription: On reverse "Mars as seen from its Inner Moon 'Phobos'."
Identifier: Art Survey No. 7
Scope and Contents Rocky landscape in foreground with Mars and stars in background. Inscription: Back "Mars as seen from its Outer Moon Deimos."
Item — Frame: 1
Identifier: Art Survey No. 9
Scope and Contents Rocky landscape with crater and the earth and stars in background.
[The three solar eclipses seen in the United States in 1918, 1923, and 1925] [art original] / [H.R. Butler]
Identifier: Offsite Storage
Scope and Contents Triptych designed for the proposed Astronomic Hall. The left panel depicts the June 8, 1918, eclipse as seen in Baker, Or.; the center panel depicts the Sept. 10, 1923, eclipse as seen in Lompoc, Calif.; the right panel depicts the Jan. 24, 1925, eclipse as seen in Middletown, Ct.Panel sizes: left panel: 248 x 173 cm. (97.5 x 68 in.); center panel: 241 x 170 cm. (95 x 67 in.); right panel: 234 x 165 cm. (92 x 65 in.)At bottom right of left panel: H.R. Butler © Baker,...
- Names: Butler, Howard Russell, 1856-1934 X