SAUDIA (Saudi Arabian Airlines) Collection
This collection consists of the following: copies of 'Ahlan Wasahlan' (the in-flight magazine for Saudia); staff publications, 'Saudia World' and 'Sales News'; brochures, booklets, and reports on Saudia; Saudia First Class Menu and material on their food catering; miscellaneous magazine and newspaper articles; and a Saudia 'Flight Operation Training' booklet …
Grace Burkholder photograph of Saudi Arabian women and camel
Image of a Saudi Arabian woman standing by a camel, with other women in the background.
This accession consists of two public websites maintained by the Dept. of Anthropology as they existed on May 4, 2005. The first website is the on-line exhibition "Written in Stone: Inscriptions from the National Museum of Saudi Arabia." The second website documents the Archaeobiology Program and includes information about staff, collections, research …
This accession consists of server files for the online exhibition "Written in Stone: Inscriptions from the National Museum of Saudi Arabia." The exhibition was located on the National Museum of Natural History website and maintained by the Department of Anthropology. It was taken offline shortly after the files were transferred …
Smithsonian Foreign Country Agreements
This accession consists of cultural agreements between the Smithsonian Institution and foreign governments (Indonesia, Malaysia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Iraq). Each agreement includes an English version and translation to the native language.
Joseph D. Mountain Collection
This collection follows Mountain's aviation career.
Thomas B. Card and Paul W. Card photographs of world travels and World War II
625 Color slides (circa)
1,218 Negatives (nitrate and acetate, 35 mm)
121 Copy slides (black and white)
750 Prints (circa, silver gelatin)
The majority of the photographs were made by Thomas B. Card during World War II and the postwar years in Japan, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East. He documented people, architecture, and scenery, as well as military bases and personnel in Okinawa, Japan. Additionally, there are images …
This accession consists of audiovisual materials produced and collected by Smithsonian Productions and its predecessor, the Office of Telecommunications. Productions in this accession include "Smithsonian at the Capitol" and "House of Wonders." Records also document Smithsonian Institution events (such as the Smithsonian's 150th Birthday party), lectures, news specials, promotions and public …
John P. Stewart Aviation Photography Collection
This collection consists of 28 cubic feet of photographic material, including an estimated 55,250 color slides and 41,300 black and white cut negatives of aircraft and airlines, predominately shot by John P. Stewart.
Carleton Stevens Coon papers
These records concern the professional activities of Carleton S. Coon (1904-1981). Coon is well-known as an anthropologist, archaeologist, and writer. In the 1920's, when he began his career, the field of anthropology was not as specialized as it later became. As with many of the professionals in anthropology, Coon became proficient …