Photographic Print Collection
Found in 345 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of the construction of the Museum's Power House and Service Building.
Construction photographs taken for the architects Trowbridge and Livingston.
Collection consists mostly of stereographs taken on an expedition to British East Africa, 1905-1907. One stereograph is of Carl Akeley. Also includes 3 photographs of animals possibly taken at London Zoo. Other materials include two field notebooks, typescript and handwritten documents on the Aurora Borealis, clipping regarding the death of Captain Johansen and a book review to AMNH, Specal Collections.
Field photographs of Aymore Indians from the Rio Doce region of Brazil.
Field photographs. Series A consists of photos identified as "Flagellantis Ceremony". Series B contains general field photos of villages and surrounding vicinty.
Photo album of Captain Frederick Albert Cook's Arctic Expedition of 1894 to Greenland. The ship, Miranda, foundered at sea and the members of the expedition were rescued by the schooner, Rigel. Handwritten note included states that the album was assembled by Henry Collins Walsh in 1895.
Sioux, Pawnee, Shawnee, Cheyenne, Navaho, Apache, Puebloe, and Commanche portraits attributed to Charles Carpenter taken in St. Louis during Cummins Indian Congress and Exposition. Also includes view of the expostion