This accession consists of correspondence, research notes, photographs, and diary notes documenting McClure's research. A small amount of personal correspondence and photographs is also included.
The Smithsonian Institution Archives began its Oral History Program in 1973. The purpose of the program is to supplement the written documentation of the Archives' record and manuscript collections with an Oral History Collection, focusing on the history of the Institution, research by its scholars, and contributions of its staff. Program ...
The Oral History Program is part of the Smithsonian Institution Archives. The purpose of the program is to conduct interviews with current and retired members of the Smithsonian staff who have made significant contributions, administrative and scholarly, to the Institution. The project's goal is to supplement the published record and manuscrip...
Almost all of the papers in this collection deal with Carl Weaver Mitman's role as chairman of the Smithsonian War Committee. Loyal B. Aldrich, William N. Fenton, Herbert Friedmann, and Webster P. True also served on the committee. Minutes of the committee's meetings, correspondence and notes document the committee's projects. In addition to ...
This collection documents Basil Elwood Montgomery's research on dragonflies and the building of his collection. Included is correspondence with entomologists and collectors, mostly concerning the acquisition of specimens; a catalog of his dragonfly collection; and notes from his research.
This collection consists of photographs of the Laboratory and the Dry Tortugas Islands. Included are photographs of laboratory facilities, research vessels, Fort Jefferson, Bird Key, and Loggerhouse Lighthouse. Several of the photographs show the effects of a 1919 hurricane on laboratory facilities.
This accession consists of Meteoritical Society council meeting records. Materials include agendas, minutes, and attachments.
The Metropolitan Mechanics Institute was founded in 1852 in Washington, D.C. The Institute held its meetings at the Smithsonian Institution.
This accession consists of correspondence to and from Arnold S. Menke during his tenure as research entomologist with the Systematic Entomology Laboratory (United States Department of Agriculture).
G. Gene Montgomery is an ornithologist and former staff member of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. These papers consist of logbooks and other data compiled during Montgomery's research on the sea-birds of the eastern Pacific. The data is unpublished.