Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Davison-Willis Madagascar Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History photographic slide collection
Field photographs of the Davison-Willis Expedition to Madagascar, 1953. Photographs taken while traveling and scenes of markets, villages and village people including Vezo, Mahafaly, Antandroy and Tanala. Locations include Tananarive, Merina, Ambositra, Tulear, St. Augustine, Anakao, Bezaka, Ampaniky, Beloka, Ft. Dauphin and Ifanadiana.
Field photographs of indigenous peoples of Ecuador in their daily life activities.
Studio photographs of cladogram models. Dinosaur models listed with names and dimensions of models.
Field photographs from the AMNH Department of Animal Behavior. Mostly of fish and marine life with slides of graphs and charts.
Slides from the African Studies Teacher Workshop from the AMNH Education Department. Several slides are captioned "Awa Lewa" and "Teacher's Course".
Photographs taken of various activities and events sponsored by the AMNH Department of Education. Includes trash can toys and games, Westside Day (September 27, 1973), and Steve Quinn's Animal Drawing (October 1988) among others.
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).
Slides of Steve Quinn painting the Archaeopteryx. Includes close ups of figures.
Photographs of parallel processing cluster computer in the AMNH Department of Invertebrate Zoology. Includes portraits of Ward Wheeler and Daniel James in front of the computer.
Views of the Patagonia Dinosaur Embryo and Eggs exhibition, held in the Orientation Room of the AMNH Dinosaur Halls, January 1999.