Roberto Estopiñán scrapbook
The Roberto Estopiñán scrapbook measures 0.2 linear feet and dates from 1967-2013. The scrapbook documents Estopiñán's career as a sculptor through a resume, some correspondence, clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs, and photographs.
Airport Color Slides
This collection consists of 738 color slides of the following airports and their environs taken or collected by Dorn McGrath: Andrews Air Force Base (Camp Springs, MD); Atlanta Hartsfield - Jackson International Airport (Atlanta, GA); Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT); General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (Boston, MA); Buffalo Niagara International Airport …
J. Heron Crosman, III Scrapbook
J. Heron Crosman, III was an aviator who was awarded the Henry L. Doherty Trophy in 1933. This collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Crosman that documents his winning of the Doherty Trophy as well as his other experiences in aviation.
Oral history interview with Ruth and Richard Shack
Young, Barbara N.
An interview of Ruth and Richard Shack conducted 1996 December 7-1997 February 8, by Barbara Young, for the Archives of American Art. The interview focuses on the Shack's support of Latin American artists, the development of their collection, and their personal involvement with community art centers.
Raymond B. Manning Papers
This accession consists primarily of correspondence documenting a portion of the professional career of Raymond B. Manning, an authority on the study of Decapod Crustacea. Included is correspondence concerning his research as a student and staff member of the University of Miami Institute of Marine Sciences, 1957-1964; and correspondence and related …
MS 4604 Miscellaneous memoranda, including bibliographic references, points for future study, etc
Helene Weiss papers
Correspondence, sketchbooks, journals and photographs relating to painter Helene Weiss.
Donald M. Weisman Papers
These papers consist of incoming and outgoing correspondence with professional colleagues, mostly concerning the identification of specimens.
MS 4191 Notes on the possible discovery of Florida by the Cabots
From David O. True, Miami, Florida accompanying letter of May 20, 1943, to Mr W. P. True, Smithsonian Institution, letter 1 page.
MS 3730 Letter to the Director of the Bureau of American Ethnology
Relative to various texts in Peoria, Miami, and Wea, and inclosing a classification of Algonquian dialects, entitled "The Algonquian family and its linguistic subdivisions."