Images of Ojibwa artifacts in the Mesabi Community College collection, including bags and clothing.
Includes the catalog, which has Maori terms and notes on provenience and condition of the artifacts; photographs; and notes and letters concerning the collection.
This collection consists of a catalog of artifact photographs and descriptions compiled by Daniel Prikryl and James Bruseth of the Texas Historical Commission in 1991. Represented in the catalog are archaological specimens collected from sites along the east fork of the Trinity River and various sites along the Red River. The catalog is comprised o...
Photographs depicting artifacts collected in 1966 in the central and western Papuan Gulf, particularly the Era and Wapo River area, Urama Island, and Kerewo. They include images of ancestral boards, figures, bark belts, and plaited straw masks.
This accession consists of an architectural model of the Museum of History and Technology building, dated July 12, 1956, and labeled "Scheme D." Also included are two smaller models, probably used to show the massing of the building on the site.
This accession consists of Smithsonian Institution Registrar, Stephen C. Brown's Civil War diary and a typescript of the diary; his account book, 1854-1866; sewing kit; a photocopy of a photograph of Brown; and a narrative family history prepared by his son, Harry J. Brown.
This accession consists of Biological Society of Washington (BSW) publications, membership lists, and miscellaneous materials, including an imprinteur of the Joseph Henry statue in front of the Smithsonian Building.
This accession consists of an Environment Improvement Award from the District of Columbia Litter and Solid State Waste Reduction Commission given to the Smithsonian Institution Secretary, the award ceremony program (November 19, 1987), and a letter from the Commission's Executive Director to Secretary Robert McCormick Adams informing him ...
This accession consists of awards, plaques, and certificates received by the National Zoological Park.
Photographs documenting Shipibo people and the process of making pottery and textiles, including examples of finished products. Some images depict David E. Williams and Sandra D. Bissell, collectors of Shipibo artifacts. The collection also includes cards with detailed information about specimens donated by Williams and Bissell to the Department of...