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Dinosaurs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Barnum Brown papers

 Collection
Identifier: VPA 16a
Scope and Contents

Barnum Brown worked in nearly every geographical area of the world from the Arctic to the Antarctic, collecting specimens for the AMNH. He became famous for such specimens as Tyrannosaurus rex, Colossochelys atlas, and Probosuchus. Organized by the following subject arrangement: Personal, Correspondence, Expeditions, Scientific Writings, Mrs. Marion and Mrs. Lilian Brown, Dinosaur Materials. Includes 9 oversize packages including photos and scrapbooks. Includes field notes.

Dates: 1877-1963

Dinosaurs Past and Present exhibition photographic slides, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 80A
Abstract

Views of the temporary exhibition Dinosaurs Past and Present, held at the American Museum of Natural History. Images include dinosaur models, displays, and paintings.

Dates: undated

Julianne M. Chase photographic slides of dinosaur footprints

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 611F
Scope and Contents

Field photographs of dinosaur bird footprints.

Dates: 1997 September 29

Rams of the rimrock ; Brontosaurus ; Trance and dance in Bali

 Collection
Identifier: Film Collection no. 27
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Rams of the Rimrock. Harold E. Anthony, AMNH mammalogist, introduces the first segment of this program while standing in front of the bighorn sheep diorama in the museum's Hall of North American Mammals and discusses the courtship behavior of the rams. This film, made by naturalist and AMNH lecturer Cleveland Grant, depicts the animals in head-on collisions fighting for mates. These rams have been known to fight for days over one female. SEGMENT 2: Brontosaurus. Shot in the Hall...
Dates: 1953