Richard H. Emmons (1919-2005), astronomer, engineer, and proponent of astronomy education, taught astronomy and physics at Kent State University and later worked as an engineer for Goodyear Aerospace Corporation. He was well-known for the planetariums he established, over 23 in all. Emmons was also the team leader for the North Canton Moo...
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
These records consist of the correspondence of the director of the International Exchange Service along with invoices and shipping instructions. The bulk of the correspondence relates to the exchange of printed matter between parties in the United States and abroad.
One drawing dated 1873.
This accession consists of recordings of Campus on the Mall courses, classes, and lectures. Materials include audio, video, and film recordings as well as slides.
This accession consists of exhibition loan records. Materials include loan agreements, correspondence, memoranda, condition reports (with photographs of objects), receipts, and notes.
These records contain minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and correspondence of Stella L. Deignan, Monroe E. Freeman, and David F. Hersey, along with budget and statistical information, reports analyzing the efficiency and usefulness of SSIE, litigation records, contracts, grant proposals, audit information, and records deta...
This accession consists of exhibition files (arranged mostly in alphabetical order), including proposals, designs, planning and development files, exhibition scripts, photographs and slides of objects and installations, meeting minutes, catalogs, and floor plans. Records also include rejected and accepted exhibition proposals, exhibition ...
These records document the operations of the Office of Museum Programs (OMP) and its work in the museum community. Of special interest are records of the Kellogg Project, funded by the Kellogg Foundation in an effort to expand the educational influence of museums.
These records of the Biological Survey (formerly the Bird and Mammal Lab) of the Fish and Wildlife Service during the tenure of Don Wilson, and some of Wilson's professional papers.