Stamps are on first-day-issue envelopes postmarked Spokane, Washington. The masks included are of the Bellacoola, Tlingit, and Bellabella. Also included are two slides that show an exhibit of the stamps.
Relate to Cuna Indians, Island of Carti, Panama, 1966.
Correspondence, magazine articles, presentations, and slides (1984-2003) relating to Dena Dincauze's evaluation and review of archaeological work at the Monte Verde site in Chile.
This collection consists of slides, transparencies, photographs, sketches, and documents donated by Carl Hanson documenting his proposal to transform the Saturn V stage into a manned space laboratory. Included here are patent applications and correspondence for the Space Vehicle Centrifuge; NASA Technical Note D-1504, "A Report on the Research and ...
Catalog Number 4718: Original Code Number Box 2 #26 Two male figures on road. Box 3 #30 Rosa Maria Palma, age 11. Box 4 #29 Indian man with homemade violoin, female partner carrying a staff, and their dod. Box 4 #31 "One member of our party wished to buy the woman's sash which the woman obviously did not wish to sell. The man removed her sash from ...
This collection consists of thirty-one black and white three by four glass lantern slides and sixty film slides of Republic's work with Project Fire.
11 lantern slides and 18 35mm slides, all glass-mounted and taped at edges, showing an atomic bomb test explosion. Of this collection, two slides contain images of the crew conducting the test and a third shows the camp and some of the equipment used. The remainder contain images of explosions and the resulting smoke.
Transparencies of Coast Salish arts and crafts showing items made for an exhibition in Montreal ca. 1964; and a photograph of a goat-hair blanket made by Mrs [Lorengelto ?], belonging to Mr Wells, and dated 1964.
The American gardens collection, a component of the Archives of American Gardens (AAG), includes holdings not associated with other major collections in the archives. The slides, photographs, plans, and files in this collection come from various private donors. Individual sub-units typically depict a single garden.
Includes two archeological reports made in May-June, 1962, by Won-Yong Kim and Erika Kanedo, (not a part of the Ryukyu Culturak Survey itself); textile samples; and a tape recording of linguistic material from the Southern Ryukyus, as well as the mounted and captioned photographs and the color slide collection from the Survey. Each volume has a lis...