This accession consists of original and published artwork of R.E. Snodgrass, an entomologist, including pencil sketches, watercolor paintings, and color drawings. The artwork is both scientific and non-scientific.
This accession consists of manuscripts, research notes, drawings, and photographs relating to Robert E. Snodgrass' research on insect anatomy.
This accession consists of R. E. Snodgrass' professional correspondence; letters of condolence written to his widow on Snodgrass' death; two photographs of Snodgrass; and an oil painting of a bumble bee by Snodgrass.
These papers consist mostly of notes, sketches and drawings from R. E. Snodgrass's entomological research. Materials include sketches, notes, drawings, and occasional correspondence.
These papers consist mostly of notes, sketches, and drawings from Robert Evans Snodgrass' entomological research. Also included are occasional correspondence, photographs, clippings, and manuscripts.
This collection includes papers concerning entomology and zoology; criticisms of fellow scientists' manuscripts; identification of specimens; bestowal of honors; requests for separates of papers, recommendations, and personal appearances; snapshots of specimens; and correspondence from four continents, some in French, German, Italian, and Span...
Thomas Dale Stewart was a physical and forensic anthropologist and worked at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History from 1931 until his death in 1997. He worked under Ales Hrdlicka until 1943, became the head curator in 1960, director of the museum in 1962, and retired in 1971. Stewart's research interests included physical and forensic anthropology and archaeology, mostly in North and South America. He also worked with the F.B.I. frequently to aid in homicide investigations, and worked extensively with the U.S. Army to identify skeletal remains from the Korean War in Operation Glory. The Thomas Dale Stewart Papers primarily deal with his life and career at the Smithsonian, particularly his research projects and publications between 1931 and 1991. Materials consist mainly of correspondence, photographic material, dossiers based on writings and research projects, and administrative files.
The John Canfield Ewers Papers document his wide ranging anthropological interests from early White depictions of Native Americans to the material culture of the Plains tribes through correspondence, exhibit catalogs, field notes, illustrations, lectures, maps, photocopies of archival materials, photographs, and writings. The collection includes ma...
These records document the governance and programmatic activities of the Museum of the American Indian/Heye Foundation (MAI) from its inception in 1904 until its sublimation by the Smithsonian Institution in 1990. The types of materials present in this collection include personal and institutional correspondence, individual subject files, minutes and annual reports, financial ledgers, legal records, expedition field notes, research notes, catalog and object lists, publications, clippings, flyers, maps, photographs, negatives and audio-visual materials. These materials span a varied range of subjects relating to the activities of the museum which are more fully described on the series level.
The materials document the orders placed by the clients of the Scurlock Studio. The photographs primarily depict individual portrait sittings but there are also portraits of children, groups, and other subjects.