Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Earth History Hall photographic slides, 1971.
Images of the globe exhibit and vistors viewing exhibit cases in the AMNH Earth History Hall. Other exhibits include Jurassic Diorama, based on a fossil site in Bavaria and Permian Diorama, West Texas.
Ebstein photographic slide collection
Travel photographs from Florida, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Colombia, Trinidad, Tobago, Mexico, Yucatán, Portugal, Spain, Bolivia, Panama, Granada, Honduras and the United States.
Edith M. Ker photographic slide collection, 1984, 1989
Photographs taken in Botswana and Namibia, mostly of animals. Areas include Chobe, Salvadura, Etosha, San-ta-Wani, Savuti, Khwai, Skeleton Closet, Goas, Kalkheuwel, Halili, Okaukuejo, Ombika, Himba, Shakawe, Chudop, Klein Namutoni, Victoria Falls, Helro, and Homob.
Edward Burns photographic slides of Niagra Falls and French Rambler Rose, undated.
Two slides of Niagra Falls and a French Rambler Rose in bloom.
Edward F. McCarten photographic slide collection, 1981.
Photographs of animals taken at the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge (Sanibel Island, Florida). Some photographs of animals in Busch Gardens (Tampa Bay).
Edward M. Weyer photographic slide collection
Elizabeth Guthrie photographic slide collection of world travel
Elizabeth Morton photographic slide collection of Africa, circa 1951-1953.
Photographs taken in Africa: Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, Cape Point, Victoria Falls, Pondo, Masai, Mombasa, and Livingston Reserve. Includes images of safari animals, landscapes, and monuments as well as scenes with a native healer.
Endangered! Exploring a World at Risk exhibition construction photographs, 1997.
Photographs of the temporary exhibition Endangered! Exploring a World at Risk, held at the American Museum of Natural History, March 8-September 1, 1997, Gallery 3. Images of artists and preparators constructing the exhibition.
Endangered! Exploring a World at Risk exhibition photographs, 1997.
Views of the temporary exhibition Endangered! Exploring a World at Risk, held at the American Museum of Natural History, March 8-September 1, 1997, Gallery 3. Images of people visiting the exhibition, displays, artifacts, models, and wall text.