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"17th Century Stone Carvings" Exhibit, NMHT

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Photographic Services Division by Division of Preindustrial Cultural History.

Exhibit in Hall of Everyday Life in the American Past at National Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History.

"18-Carat Solid Gold Chewing-Gum" by Les Levine

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : col. Color photograph of work of art by Les Levine "18-Carat Solid Gold Chewing-Gum," accompanied by photograph processing sleeve with handwritten inscription: LEVINE; GOLD GUM; 1972

"19th Century Japanese Prints and Drawings" Exhibition

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as 66054.

Digital contact sheet available.

"19th Century Japanese Prints and Drawings" exhibition opening and reception at the Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History, sponsored by Smithsonian Associates.

"19th Hymn"

National Museum of American History

"1st Sgt. Simmons" sketch in The True Story of Glory Continues

National Museum of American History

"1st Sgt. Simmon" sketch in artist's sketchbook used in the documentary The True Story of Glory Continues. This charcoal sketch depicts a soldier at arms. This is part of a set of sketches from "A Swamp Angel's Sketchbook,” which contains concepts for the film Glory.

Glory was the first film to illustrate the involvement of African American soldiers in the Civil War. The film follows the story of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, the first African American Union regiment organized in the North during the Civil War, and culminates in the Battle at Fort Wagner.

"3 in One" Lubricant Vial

National Museum of American History

"49 Cree Indians Traveling" ca 1850

National Anthropological Archives
The two original paintings are housed in the Department of Ethnology, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada.

Kane traveled between 1845 and 1848 sketching. The oil paintings were probably painted ca. 1850 after his return. -- Kenneth R. Lister 10/4/81.

Artist and date supplied from catalog card for 471 B 1, line drawing after Chippewa (?) painting.

Original glass negative found (7/1971) in Bureau of American Ethnology collection.

Black and white copy glass negative

"50-50"

National Museum of American History

"550 cord" (Parachute cord/paracord)

National Museum of the American Indian

"60th Anniversary of the Design Collection" MOMA

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

"60th Anniversary of the Design Collection" MOMA

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

"7"

Smithsonian American Art Museum

"75th Anniversary Exhibition of Medallic Work by Members of the National Sculpture Society"

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as 65654.

Digital contact sheet available.

"75th Anniversary Exhibition of Medallic Work by Members of the National Sculpture Society," with Dr. Vladimir Clain-Stefanelli and Elvira E. Clain-Stefanelli, curators of Numismatics at the Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History.

"91 Ways to Destroy the W

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Four quadrants

"9888 - Two Color or Thre

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

"A Bicycle Built for Two"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “A Bicycle Built for Two (aka “Daisy Bell”),” with words and music by Harry Dacre. Originally published in 1892, this version was published by Calumet Music Company in Chicago, Illinois in 1935. The cover features an image of American jazz singer and bandleader Bob Crosby (1913–1993).

"A Bunch of Five"

National Museum of American History

"A Chief of the Desert" 1904

National Anthropological Archives
Copyright: Edward S Curtis, 1904

Black and white photomechanical print

Portrait of Chief Wearing Headband And Blanket

"A Chiefe Herowan" 1889 Painting/Photomechanical

National Anthropological Archives
Copies by Charles Praetorius, 1889-1893, from Original

Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on Mat

Man in Costume

"A Chiefe Herowans Wife of Pomeiock and Her Daughter of the Age of 8 or 10 Years" 1889 Painting/Photomechanical

National Anthropological Archives
Copies by Charles Praetorius, 1889-1893, from Original

Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on Mat

Young Girl and Woman with Body Paint and Carrying Large Gourd; Both in Costume

"A Chiefe of Florida" 1889 Painting/Photomechanical

National Anthropological Archives
Copies by Charles Praetorius, 1889-1893, from Original

Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on cardboard mount

Man with Body Paint and in Costume And Holding Bow and Arrow

"A Chiefe's Wife of Florida" 1889 Painting/Photomechanical

National Anthropological Archives
Copies by Charles Praetorius, 1889-1893, from Original

Colored pencil Watercolor painting and photomechanical on cardboard mount

Woman with Body Paint and In Costume and Holding Bowl and Food?

"A Children's World, 1875-1950" Exhibition

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Photographic Services Division by Division of Costume and Furnishings.

Featuring toys from The Sears, Roebuck and Co. Collection of American Toys, at the National Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History.

"A Children's World, 1875-1950" Exhibition

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Photographic Services Division by Division of Costume and Furnishings.

Featuring toys from The Sears, Roebuck and Co. Collection of American Toys, at the National Museum of History and Technology, now known as the National Museum of American History.
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