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Department Records

Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Distinguishes collections in the Library that are part of the Department Records (DR) data set.

Found in 237 Collections and/or Records:

Alexander Barrett Klots correspondence, 1932-1971

Identifier: DR 174
Abstract Mostly correspondence, personal and general.

Alexander M. White public relations correspondence and papers, 1952-1969

Identifier: DR 169
Abstract Contains papers related to public relations created by Andrew M. White, during his term as President of the AMNH, and the Public Relations office. Includes press releases, speech transcripts, new personnel policy, and letters to donors. Includes correspondence between White and Ruth Norton, then Supervisor of Public Relations.

American Museum of Natural History address book of annual members, 1873.

Identifier: DR 147
Abstract Handwritten registry book containing names and addresses of annual members of the AMNH in 1873. The front page of the book contains a copy of membership invitations from trustees, information about member benefits and costs, and list of donors. Book contains several signatures of members of Roosevelt family.

American Museum of Natural History administrative files from the director's office

Identifier: DR 119
Abstract Administrative files from the museum director's office including those of Thomas D. Nicholson, Director 1969-1989. Includes correspondence with William J. Moynihan and George D. Langdon.

American Museum of Natural History annual report photocopies, undated.

Identifier: DR 099A
Abstract Bound photocopies of AMNH annual reports dating from 1912-1987. One box of blowbacks from microfilm.

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.