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American Museum of Natural History photographic slides of Fine Art collection

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 46
Scope and Contents Slides of fine art sculptures and paintings held in the American Museum of Natural History. Artwork includes Andy Warhol "Endangered Species" (1983) silkscreens, De Lazslo portrait (1908) of Theodore Roosevelt, Roy Chapman Andrews portrait by Charles Arthur Rose (1937), Williams C. Whitney bust"Moquin Prayer for Rain" sculpture by H. A. MacNeill"Theodore Roosevelt as a Rough Rider" by Frederick MacMonnies, portraits of Childs Frick, Morris K. Jesup and others. Three watercolors by Louis Agassiz...

Department of Vertebrate Paleontology correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: DR 084
Scope and Contents Correspondence relative to the formation and organization of the Department of Vertebrate Paleontology. Correspondence between Morris K. Jesup, Henry Fairfield Osborn, C.O. Marsh, J.L. Wortman, J.B. Hatcher, O.A. Peterson, W.H. Utterback. Many letters from Volume II have been removed. Two volumes containing approximately 100 letters.

American Museum of Natural History, Expedition to China correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .E973
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 16 folders of material, primarily typewritten correspondence (some carbon copies), relating to the planning, organization and progress of the Expedition to China. The majority of the letters are between Laufer and Franz Boas (a famed anthropologist who had formerly worked at AMNH and at the time was running the anthropology PhD. program at Columbia University), with Laufer supplying regular reports on his work to Boas, who disseminated and coordinated the information...

Joseph Asaph Allen correspondence, 1870-1919

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .A451-.A452

Morris K. Jesup (1830-1908) / UL "Julian Story"

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Identifier: Art Survey No. 233
Scope and Contents Man in business suit seated in green leather chair, holding book in left hand, three-quarter view. Museum President 1881-1908, and founder. Frame: Gilt wood, gesso, bundle of reeds design, 60 1/4 x 50.

Morris Ketchum Jesup (1830-1908) / LL "E Johnson 1892"

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Identifier: Art Survey No. 1250
Scope and Contents Potrait of Morris K. Jesup wearing a suit, sitting on red velvet chair, holding book entitled, American Museum of Natural History. Inscription: Frame plate "Morris Ketchum Jesup/Third President/of the/American Museum of Natural History/February 14, 1881 - January 2, 1908." Frame: gold gilt, gesso, bronze color paint over gold leaf, 72 1/2 x 59.

Portrait of Morris K. Jessup

 Collection
Identifier: PPC .J47
Scope and Contents Portrait of Morris K. Jesup, third president of the American Museum of Natural History.