Includes photoprints related to "Chicago Dynamic," a public relations venture organized in 1957 by a group of Chicago industrialists and urban planners. Chicago Dynamic sought to promote Chicago's architectural history. The program consisted of a number of events. The views here depict Frank Lloyd Wright and Carl Sandburg being interviewed on WTTW television by Allistair Cooke; a panel discussion; and a view of Sandburg seated by a window reading
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of two blogs maintained by the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), both crawled on June 1, 2012. The "SERC Home School" blog is for students enrolled in SERC's home school classes and their parents. It includes updated materials for classes as well as updates and other information about the classes. The first post was in March 2011. The "Estuary Chesapeake" blog is an exchange between teachers, parents, SERC staff, and students related to field trips for the Estuary Chesapeake program. The program allows fourth through sixth grade students to study estuarine ecology on the Rhode River and connect environmental issues of the watershed to human impacts. Although technically a blog, it is organized more like a traditional website than a blog. Materials are in electronic format.
Descriptive Entry This collection consists of newspaper clippings concerning the National Zoological Park (NZP), including public relations information, donations to the NZP, and animal collecting expedition articles.
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records documenting the research and activities of the Office of Public Affairs, especially those activities related to development, publicity, publications, and children's activities. Also documented are the history of the National Zoological Park as researched by Sybil E. Hamlet and the proposed white-tailed deer hunt at the Conservation and Research Center that sparked an investigation by the United States Congress. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, copies of Congressional documents, draft public statements, development statistics, the 2001 crisis communication plan, staff publications lists, press releases, conceptual plans for activity areas, and notes and diaries related to historical research.