Collection consists of original cassettes, open-reel master, and reference cassette audiotapes of two oral history interviews about the life and career of Duke Ellington. Leonard Feather's oral history interview has a transcript. In separate interviews jazz critic Leonard Feather and Sam Woodyard discuss their relationships with and knowledge of Ellington and his music.
Feather legend handwritten by Sam Peters in Meskwaki (Fox) syllabary with English translation by Ida Poweshiek.
Two Meskwaki (Fox) stories collected by Truman Michelson in Tama, Iowa. The story of Wapasaiya was collected from Joe Tesson, Jr. and is in Meskwaki syllabic text with an English translation. The story of Feather consists of 2 versions, one by Alfred Kiyana and the other by Bill Leaf (previously misattributed to Bullard). An English translation of ...
This accession consists of videotapes of Roxie C. Laybourne, a forensic scientist specializing in feather identification in the National Museum of Natural History, Division of Birds. Some materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of approximately 3000 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) images of bird feathers created by Roxie C. Laybourne, a pioneering forensic scientist at the Smithsonian Institution. Her expertise in identifying bird feathers helped government agencies and jet engine manufacturers take measures to keep birds away from aircraft...
Recorded in Department of Interior Comparative Vocabulary. Copy by a clerk from 646-e, with annotations (including the date of record) by A.S. Gatschet.
This accession consists of materials documenting the career of Roxie C. Laybourne, a pioneering forensic scientist at the Smithsonian Institution whose expertise in identifying bird feathers helped government agencies and jet engine manufacturers take measures to keep birds away from aircraft. Laybourne worked in the Division of Birds for...
Records consist of correspondence, awards and certificates, articles and biographical materials about Laybourne, law enforcement files, and research materials.
Includes cardinal numbers and Indian-German vocabulary, with English equivalents added in pencil in an unidentified hand.
Relate to Arapaho(s), Dakota (some Oglala) and probably Dakota Indians (25), most on mount of D. S. Mitchell, Eddy Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming, others on unprinted mounts; and 1 Shoshoni photograph on mount of Howard, Fort San[ders ?], Wyoming Territory. All on carte de visite style mounts.