New York State Historical Documents
Exhibition films made to accompany and further illustrate material being exhibited at the Museum. First part of film called "DNA and Living Cells" portrays, through animated modules, how DNA and RNA direct the synthesis of certain proteins that are vital for proper cell functioning. Second part is footage depicting mitochondria and processes of mitosis and pinocytosis in living cells, 1964. A second film, "Hummingbird Flight Technique," shows flight in slow motion during alighting, feeding, and flying in various directions, ca. 1955
University of Kansas - Kenneth Spencer Research Library
The collection consists of the archives of natural-history art and illustration projects executed by D. D. (Diane Dee McAbee) Tyler from 1971 through 2014. She is known for illustrating children's books and for creating internationally marketed t-shirt designs for Liberty Graphics. The many animals, plants, landscapes, and other subjects she has depicted are represented in this collection through all stages of production, ranging from initial sketches to final products. The collection includes periodical and book illustrations, posters, postcards, notecards, bookmarks, and t-shirts, reflecting that her graphic art has been reproduced as a diverse array of end products, large and small, black and white and colored, and readable, displayable, and wearable.
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Mimeographed copy of a laboratory course outline in histological technique (Botany 40) by Prof. Oswald Tippo, including list of supplies, bibliography, procedure and questions.
American Museum of Natural History
box 1. Entries by Natalie Angier, Ralph Applebaum Associates, Alice Aycock, Louise Bourgeois, Barbara Callas (Callas Shortridge Architects), Droog Design, Kenji Ekuan (GK Design Group), Hoberman Associates, Wes Jones, Olive Design Inc., John Pawson, Gaetano Pesce, and TEN (Taller de Enrique Norten) Arquitectos -- box 2. Entry by Dagmar Richter -- box 3. Album of photographs and slides, including the making and installation of the winning entry -- box 4. Entries by Modus Design (Marek Cecula, Dagmara Kopala and Gerry Kagan), Kristin Jones/Andrew Ginzel, and Lisa Krohn (Krohn Design) -- box 5. Entry by Arquitectonica. Proofsheets of headshot portraits (people unidentified), with selected shot cut out and missing -- box 6. Materials in electronic format: 13 CDs, 18 zip disks and 2 VHS videocassettes (CDs from Arquitectonica, Fernando Campagna, Cooper Union, Neil M. Denari, Droog Design, Zaha Hadid, Dagmar Richter, Lindy Roy and Ezri Tarazi; zip disks from Antenna Design New York, ... Read More
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Introduction The Spencer F. Baird Papers are the combination of several different deposits. One group was originally labeled "Private" by the Smithsonian Institution Archives at the time they were received. Another group came to the Smithsonian from Lucy Hunter Baird (Baird's daughter), or from her estate after her death.
Amon Carter Museum
Eliot Porter set the standard for contemporary color nature photography. The collection focuses on his photographic work from the 1950s through the 1980s. Also documented are his interests in natural history, conservation, social and political issues.
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Introduction This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
Harvard University - Arnold Arboretum
Scope and contentCreation of the additional plates for Nuttall's edition of "North American Sylva" was overseen by Nuttall. The plates were drawn by several artists, including William Gambel, a naturalist who traveled with and collected for Nuttall between 1838 and 1842. The illustrations were completed by J.B. Butler, J.T. French, E.D. Long, G. West, J. Worley and J. Magee. The published versions vary from the original illustrations in color and technique by artist. This collection contains one specimen and 58 original illustrations, with numbers ranging from 1-108. Notes on each illustration indicate how they should be completed or improved, primarily through suggestions regarding addition or subtraction of color. Typed notes signed "EDB" (Elizabeth Dean Bennett) comparing the originals to corresponding published plates are included with several illustrations.
Getty Research Institute
Bound volume of 96 stencil illustrations of vases, bronze vessels, and reliefs. The images include Greek black-figure and Italian red-figure vases, Italic pottery, metal vessels and utensils, vignettes drawn from vases, gems, or lamps, chariots, weapons, helmets, bronze statuettes, and natural history subjects, such as a beetle. A six-page table of contents entitled Table follows the plates. The artist's name appears on eleven plates
Harvard University - Economic Botany Library of Oakes Ames
Scope and contentCreation of the additional plates for Nuttall's edition of "North American Sylva" was overseen by Nuttall. The plates were drawn by several artists, including William Gambel, a naturalist who traveled with and collected for Nuttall between 1838 and 1842. The illustrations were completed by J.B. Butler, J.T. French, E.D. Long, G. West, J. Worley and J. Magee. The published versions vary from the original illustrations in color and technique by artist. This collection contains one specimen and 58 original illustrations, with numbers ranging from 1-108. Notes on each illustration indicate how they should be completed or improved, primarily through suggestions regarding addition or subtraction of color. Typed notes signed "EDB" (Elizabeth Dean Bennett) comparing the originals to corresponding published plates are included with several illustrations.