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Photographic Slide Collection

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: Distinguishes collections in the Library that are part of the Photographic (Boxed) Slide Collection (PSC) data set.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

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

 Collection
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.

American Museum of Natural History miscellaneous special events photographic slides, 1970, 1993, 1994, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 78
Abstract Mostly photographs taken at events at the American Museum of Natural History. Images taken indoors and outdoors. Some events include Rhythym of the World (1994) and West Side Day (1970). A small subset of slides shows underwater exploration.

Arthur Singer photographic slide collection, circa 1970.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 442
Abstract Nature photography mostly taken in Glacier National Park, Montana. One image of Lake Louise in Banff National Park. Includes many close up photographs of flowers and some animals.

Department of Education programs photographic slides, 1949-1993

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 77
Abstract AMNH Department of Education programs, including West Side Day (1970), Margaret Mead Film Festival (September 1978), African arts & crafts class (1974), Natural Science Center (1974), Discovery Room (1977), Moveable Museum (1993) and other miscellaneous events and images. Two glass mounted slides show an art class sketching from a diorama in the Akeley Hall of African Mammals (1949).

Gardner Stout Hall of Asian Peoples photographic slides, 1977, undated.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 31
Abstract Images from exhibits in the AMNH Gardner Stout Hall of Asian Peoples. Includes artifacts on display, artists and preparators setting up the exhibits, models, and exhibit text panels.