Photographic Slide Collection
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Distinguishes collections in the Library that are part of the Photographic (Boxed) Slide Collection (PSC) data set.
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: PSC 586B
Abstract Studio photographs of the artifacts displayed for the temporary exhibition, Asante: Kingdom of Gold, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1984. Also includes photographs from the opening ceremony.
Identifier: PSC 110
Identifier: PSC 81A
Identifier: PSC 111
Abstract Travel photographs taken during the Ceylon Expedition in 1955. Mostly consists of photographs in Ceylon: local people, villages, plants, animals, buildings, and the meterological station. Portait of a Singhalese man, taken by Robert E. Logan. Includes images of monuments and statues in Rome and aerial photographs in Saudi Arabia and other locations.
Identifier: PSC 96
Abstract Slides of every bark painting gifted to the American Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology (approximately 90).
Identifier: PSC 92
Abstract Studio photographs of excavated artifacts used in the temporary exhibition Aztec Mexico: Discovery of Templo Mayor, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1982. Also includes images of the site as it stands and renderings. Among the artifacts are a few views of the Coyolxauhqui stone. Images may have been used for publications and articles.
Identifier: PSC 307
Identifier: PSC 510
Abstract Photography of animals and plants, mostly in North America and a few in Botswana. Many close up images of various animals in nature including birds, insects, and reptiles as well as some photographs of elephants.
Identifier: PSC 382
Abstract Photographs include close up images of lightening bugs, American toad, ringneck snake, eastern painted turtle, and a black racer emerging from an egg.
Identifier: PSC 157F
Scope and Contents Views of the temporary exhibition Bears: Imagination and Reality, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1993. Includes visitors viewing dioramas, displays and exhibits.