These records consist of newspaper clippings regarding the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian on September 21, 2004. Also included is an invitation to a celebration held at the museum on September 27, 2004 called "First Nations Night."
This collection contains clippings of newspaper articles about entomology and entomologists. The clippings come from newspapers all over the United States, and the majority date from the mid-1950s to the early 1960s.
Newspaper clippings and personal accounts of the 1913 expedition document malaria infections and the wound Roosevelt sustained when he plunged into the river, trying to save a capsized canoe. The newspaper clippings also include information about the specimens collected during the expedition for the American Museum of Natural History. For...
The Lord's Prayer in Comanche
This accession consists of clippings regarding exhibitions, programs, staff and events at the National Museum of the American Indian. Of particular interest are the clippings related to the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian museum on the National Mall on September 21, 2004. Materials include clippings.
The Dorothy Burlage Collection, which dates from 1966-1971 and measure .42 linear feet, documents the activism and activities of Southeast Neighborhood House in the Anacostia area of Washington, DC. Burlage worked for the organization during the 1960s. The collection includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, correspondence, and writings focusing ...
This collection consists of newspaper clippings relating to airships, balloons, and early aircraft. The material includes articles on famous inventors, as well as accidents, predictions, war arms, weather bureau reports, and women in aeronautics.
Typed report by Frank M. Setzler of a visit to the Grave Creek Mound, at Moundville, West Virginia. Also photographs by Delf Norona showing vertical and horizontal cross section views, (2 -30 cm.) one showing mound, from N.W., and one looking east toward the small building on the south side of mound, (2 - 7 cm.).
Mainly relating to the "Over Hills of Ottalay," and one about Cherokee folklore, sent to Gatschet by McDonald Furman, Privateer, South Carolina.
This collection consists largely of newspaper clippings and photos of famous aviators and aviatrices, including Maurice Bellonte, Donald Bennett, Gordan Bennett, M.W. Benningfield, Vincent Bendix, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bennett, Lieut. Bentley, Capt. Hans Bertram, Prof. G.M. Bellanca, Lieut. C.K. Bettis, Hermelinda Briones, T. Campbell Black, Kurt Bjor...