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 79
Abstract Preparation, installation and finished exhibit views from the temporary exhibition Antarctica, held at the American Museum of Natural History, 1993. Includes images of painters preparing murals.
Identifier: PSC 586A
Identifier: PSC 44
Abstract Appel collection of slides for corporate campaign. Museum views include exhibit halls and departments.
Identifier: PSC 109
Abstract Photographs taken at the Archbold Biological Station, Lake Placid, Florida, circa 1960s. Richard Archbold pictured in some images. Field photographs tagging and marking animals, including a turtle, opossum and a white-footed mouse.
Identifier: PSC 48
Scope and Contents Slides for Nina J. Root's lecture titled "Architecture for Dinosaurs" 1992. Covers the American Museum of Natural History's first home in the Central Park Arsenal through the various reconstruction and restorations of the building and exhibit halls.
Identifier: PSC 81F
Abstract Slides of live army ants used in the temporary exhibition Army Ants: a Study in Social Organization, held at the American Museum of Natural History. Includes preparation of exhibit, transfer crate for the live ants, and the release of them into the exhibit. Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall.
Identifier: PSC 99A
Abstract Views from the temporary exhibition Art in the Service of Science, held at the American Museum of Natural History. Shows display cases and framed illustrations.
Identifier: PSC 76
Abstract Includes moving the Ahnigito meteorite into the AMNH Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites. Majority of images shows the transport outdoors.
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.
Identifier: PSC 91
Scope and Contents Slides from the opening ceremony for the temporary exhibition Asante: Kingdom of Gold, held at the American Museum of Natural History, October 14, 1984. Shows procession on Central Park West from West 72 Street to West 79 Street. King Otumfuo Opoku Ware II, courtiers, Asante musicians, Mayor Ed Koch and Thomas Nicholson shown participating in the ceremony. Also includes press slides of the artifacts displayed.