This accession consists of photographs and negatives taken by William Silverman at the 1925 Tennessee v. John T. Scopes anti-evolution trail in Dayton, Tennessee. Silverman, a Georgia Tech student traveled to the trial with his high school science teacher to witness the event. Included are several images of Clarence Darrow and William Jennings...
These records consist of materials that document exhibitions produced by the Smithsonian Institution Archives (SIA). Materials include scripts, labels, photographs, correspondence and memoranda, grant proposals, and notes.
This collection, which dates from circa 1930, contains 19 black-and-white photographic prints and 9 black-and-white negatives depicting the family of Mrs. Ruth Marie Hudson, as well as the black community in Eustis, Florida. The images portray African American men, women and children.
This accession consists of 25 glass plate negatives of Symphysurina trilobites which are found in the Canadian Rockies. Additionally there are various black-and-white transparencies, negatives, and prints of unidentified trilobites.
This accession consists of photographs, slides and negatives documenting Waldo L. Schmitt's life and career. Images include numerous portrait photographs of Schmitt and his colleagues, field work views and group photographs. Most of the images are unidentified. Materials include black-and-white photographs, negatives, and transparencies; ...
This collection contains 78 black-and-white negatives and 35 gelatin silver prints taken by Bernard J. Edley in 1948-1949. The images depict scenes of everyday life among the Santa Cruz Indians of Quintana Roo State and the Tzotzil Indians of Chamula, Chiapas State. Also present are views of archaeological sites at Monte Alban and Mitla in Oaxaca State.
This collection contains 30 black-and-white negatives and one albumen print taken by Philip H. Glover in 1909. The images depict scenes of a dance on the Blackfeet (Piegan) Reservation in Browning, Montana.
This collection contains 11 black-and-white negatives and 1 gelatin silver print taken by Gladys I. Tantaquidgeon in 1929. The images are related to Emma Mitchell Safford, a Wampanoag basketmaker from Ipswich, Massachusetts, and depict her work and home.
This accession consists of exhibition records created by Spencer R. Crew during his tenure as curator in the Division of Community Life, and later, as Director of the National Museum of American History. The records document planning for the exhibitions "Field to Factory: Afro-American Migration, 1915-1940" and "Go Forth and Serve: Black ...
This accession consists of images documenting Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery special events and staff as well as images used in publications produced by the galleries. Materials include prints, contact sheets, negatives, and transparencies.