Cornell University Libraries
Label copy for the traveling exhibition from the collections of the Museum of the American Indian. Folder includes all captions and text used for the exhibit, explaining the history of Native American dolls from ancient figures of the Mayas, Aztec, and Incas, to 20th century examples from North American Indians. The exhibit was curated by Mary Jane Lenz
Cornell University Libraries
Material concerning an exhibition from the collections of the Museum of the American Indian, October 10 through December 29, 1984 at the IBM Gallery of Science and Art. Folder includes the copy for all the labels of the exhibit, lists of the items in the exhibit, and a brochure from the exhibit. The exhibit was curated by Mary Jane Lenz. One bound copy, one unbound of the labels, letter of provenance
New York State Historical Documents
Records include minutes of the Board of Trustees, annual reports for the Museum, Exhibits Dept. and curatorial staff at the Research Branch, field reports, financial reports, expedition expense records, exhibition brochures, and public relations material covering invitations, brochures, and newsletters. Manuscripts for published and unpublished works; field notes including original drawings, and published and unpublished maps of sites and artifacts; catalog notes of objects in the Museum of American Indian's ethnographic and archaeological collections; and scrapbooks containing news clippings regarding the Museum and work conducted by Museum employees, photographs, notes, articles and letters. Additional photographs document artifacts and fieldwork regarding the Museum and its collections. Publication mechanicals include original illustrations. Material pertaining to the artifact collections includes catalog, artifact lists, and notes; acquisition records include gifts, purchases, ... Read More
Brooklyn Museum
Yale University
Cornell University Libraries
Curator of the exhibit was Susan Milbrath
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
New York State Historical Documents
Records of the Museum of the American Indian include minutes, annual reports, field reports and notes, catalogs and other information pertaining to the Museum's ethnographic and artifact collections, photographs, scrapbooks, public relations materials, and publication mechanicals. Also, correspondence of collectors, anthropologists, and Museum administrators. Most records date from 1890 to 1980
New York State Historical Documents
Photographs taken by anthropologists, explorers, amateurs, and others depicting numerous aspects of the lives of Native Americans of North, Central, and South America
New York State Historical Documents
Photographs obtained by George G. Heye or taken by anthropologists, explorers, amateurs, and others depicting numerous aspects of the lives of Native Americans of North, Central, and South America. Major photographers include Ernest and Eloise Carter, Frank and Clara Churchill, Edward H. Davis, Mark Raymond Harrington, George Bird Grinnell, Frederick Johnson, Emry Kopta, Samuel K. Lothrop, George H. Pepper, Alanson B. Skinner, Frank Speck, Frederick Starr collection, A. Hyatt Verrill, and William Wildschut. Some glass negatives and early photographic techniques are included in collection. Most photographs are identified