Photographic Slide Collection
Found in 527 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of the AMNH Hall of South American People. Includes exhibition cases of artifacts, pottery, tools, textiles.
American Museum of Natural History photographic slides of the old Dinosaur and Fossil Mammal Halls, undated.
Mostly images of old dinosaur models and mammal fossils on exhibit. Includes photographs of exhibition wall panels. Some slides stamped with "Digging Up the Dinosaur".
Photographs of the Roosevelt Memorial and Roosevelt Rotunda taken by Adam Anik for AMNH Development. Images of Barosaurus model, rotunda walls, and murals. Includes three slides of the Old New York diorama, photographers listed as P. Sternberg, Frank Puza, and Ben Wasserman.
Various objects and specimens on display at the American Museum of Natural History including views of the Halls and details of exhibits. Also includes signage from Central Park West and various signage displayed around the museum.
Portraits of AMNH scientific staff from various departments and views of the labs. Portraits include Niles Eldredge, Peter Möller, Brenda M. Rivera, Diane Bynum, Sidney Horenstein, Nina Root, Jerry Rosen, Richard Tedford, Ross MacPhee, Bill Guch, Barnum Brown, Ray de Lucia, Melanie Stiassny, Radford Arrindell, George Langdon, John Van Couvering, Richard Zwiefel, Marie Lawrence, Laura Freeman, Andy DeSantis, among others.
Portraits of AMNH scientific staff from various departments and views of the labs. Includes portraits of Philip Gifford, C. Laivett Smith, Bobb Schafer, Dr. C. Rand, Amy Davidson, Eldridge, Marilyn Fox, and Carlos Rodriguez (Ichthyology graduate student). Also includes several slides of people working on replica of the Stegosaurus skeleton in the Dinosaur Hall, 1973.
American Museum of Natural History special events photographic slides of Kwanzaa and Black History month, 1992, 1993.
Photographs taken at the AMNH during the Kwanzaa Celebration on December 29, 1992, and Black History Month, February 1993.
Press slides and contact sheets of the fossils displayed in the temporary exhibition Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1984. Gallery 1.
Views of the temporary exhibition And Then There Were None, held at the American Museum of Natural History, October 1971. Images of the multi-media exhibition of endangered species.