These records consist of miscellaneous drawings from the Department of Entomology at the National Museum of Natural History. Materials include drawings, illustrations, and reprints.
This collection consists of illustrations and black and white photographs of insects that were used for figures and plates in scientific research papers written by various Department of Entomology and United States Department of Agriculture entomologists. Illustrators include B. B. Baber, Lawrence M. Druckenbrod, Julia Ellen Edmonson, Mol...
This collection consists of approximately 98 Hopi color illustrations on 70 leaves. The illustrations were used in the 1930 book "The Oraibi Book of Indian Designs for Arts and Crafts or Decorative Work" by J. Preston Myers. Also includes a photocopied manuscript of the book.
This collection, which probably began to be assembled in the 1930s, comprises an information file on turtles, containing a high proportion of visual material: chiefly photographs (often only negatives) and graphic illustrations, many in watercolor. Several of these are by illustrator Antonio Zeno Shindler, and one is by Spencer F. Baird. ...
These records consist of the correspondence of Elaine R. S. Hodges and select scientific drawings of entomological subjects.
This record unit consists of a small amount of notes, lists, and illustrations in the Archives, and a much larger quantity of field notes, catalogs, and records kept in the Division of Fishes, Cataloging Room.
Lithographs commissioned for the Thompson products company calendars. The lithographs are of automobiles and are illustrated by well known artists, such as James B. Deneen, William J. Sims, Vladimir Kordic, Dick Mahoney, and Robert Moyer.
The material includes printed illustrations which were rendered by Mary Wright Gill for the Bureau of American Ethnology. There are also other ethnographic drawings and several watercolors and