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"Angles"

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
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Angles

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Length of woven textile with a large-scale pinwheel design of radiating triangle and diamond forms, in shades of red, orange, pink, and brown.

prophy angles

National Museum of American History

The Ascent of Attic Angles

National Museum of American History
Image of girl standing in empty room with back facing viewer wearing black and hugging herself. The ceiling is angled and appears to be an attic, all the walls are blank.

Edward Weston was influential in the modern photography movement beginning in the 1930s. He is well known for photographing the natural surroundings of his home on the California coast. Weston created striking works of art, some abstract, some more traditional images. A leader in American photography of the 20th century, Weston's prints were first exhibited at the Smithsonian in 1947. Afterwards, he remained interested in the national photography collection. At times, Weston recommended photographers to curators for collecting opportunities, and eventually donated a selection of his work and several cameras to the Photographic History Collection.

Flakes Showing Curves And Angles.

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Temperance and Two Winged Angles

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Verso shows the battle of Parma.

Computer, Attack, Intercept Angles, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Chartreuse plastic with black markings.

Computer, Attack, Intercept Angles, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Chartreuse plastic with black markings.

Computer, Attack, Intercept Angles, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Neon yellow/green plastic with black markings.

Computer, Attack, Intercept Angles, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Neon green/yellow plastic with black markings.

angle

National Museum of American History

Two Acute Angles of 42.5 Degrees Each

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

grooved wire board for right angles

National Museum of American History

Angles et Montans de Bordures Differemment Variés

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Galton’s Instrument for the Estimation of Angles

National Museum of American History

Angles et Montans de Bordures Differemment Variés

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Angles et Montans de Bordures Differemment Variés

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

angle, segment

National Museum of American History

prophy angle

National Museum of American History

Geometric Model by A. Harry Wheeler, Trihedral Angles

National Museum of American History
In this plastic model, a transparent tetrahedron has isosceles triangles for side faces. Inside it is a white triangle with one edge on the base and two on other faces. A paper tag readsL 2TRIA. Another tag reads: A.Harry Wheeler. George Wentworth used two such figures in a theorem defining two equal trihedral angles in terms of the face angles on the faces surrounding the trihedral angle. For a related pattern, dated February 2, 1945, see 1979.0102.109. Compare 1979.0102.206 and 1979.0102.207. Reference: George A. Wentworth (with David Eugene Smith), Plane and Solid Geometry, Boston: Ginn and Company, 1913, pp. 312-313.

Geometric Model by A. Harry Wheeler, Trihedral Angles

National Museum of American History
In this cut and glued plastic model, a transparent tetrahedron has isosceles triangles for side faces. Inside it is a transparent triangle with edges on three faces. George Wentworth used two such figures in a diagram in a theorem defining two equal trihedral angles in terms of the face angles on the faces surrounding the trihedral angle. For a related pattern, dated February 2, 1945, see 1979.0102.109. Compare 1979.0102.206 and 1979.0102.207. Reference: George A. Wentworth (with David Eugene Smith), Plane and Solid Geometry, Boston: Ginn and Company, 1913, pp. 312-313.

Geometric Model by A. Harry Wheeler, Trihedral Angles

National Museum of American History
In this cut and glued plastic model, a transparent tetrahedron (lacking a base) has equilateral triangles for side faces. Inside it is a white triangle with edges on two faces (and a third edge where the base would be). George Wentworth used two such figures in a diagram in a theorem defining two equal trihedral angles in terms of the face angles on the faces surrounding the trihedral angle. A tag on the model reads: 2TRIA. Another tag reads: A. Harry Wheeler. For a related pattern, dated February 2, 1945, see 1979.0102.109. Compare 1979.0102.206 and 1979.0102.207. Reference: George A. Wentworth (with David Eugene Smith), Plane and Solid Geometry, Boston: Ginn and Company, 1913, pp. 312-313.

Case, Computer, Preset Bomb Dropping Angles, Bombs, Felsenthal

National Air and Space Museum
Light olive cloth rectangular case for two slides.

Angled Olive

NMNH - Education & Outreach
This object is part of the Education and Outreach collection, some of which are in the Q?rius science education center and available to see.
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