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Three square-lipped rhinoceroses are displayed in a diorama in mammal hall of the National Museum of Natural History. These specimens come from the Smithsonian-Roosevelt Expedition of 1909-1910.
Frame selections featured in "The Torch," June 1966.
Reconstruction of the "Santa Maria," Christopher Columbus's original flagship credited with discovering America in 1492, docked at Pier 3, Maine Avenue, Southwest Washington D.C.; Dioramas in the hold of the "Santa Maria" depicting the events of Christopher Columbus's first voyage and return. The dioramas were constructed by the Scenic Department of the Barcelona Opera House under the direction of Senor Cabanes.
Black and white photoprint on cardboard mount
Taxidermists and exhibits specialists prepare rhinoceros diorama in Hall of Mammals at Museum of Natural History, with Sybil Costanzo (right).
At Museum of Natural History.
At National Museum of Natural History.
Diorama showing activity in the life in an Indian Village of the Southeast. The village depicted is a small 18th century Acolapissa Indian Village in Louisiana as briefly described by French explorers. The exhibit is part of the North American Anthropology Exhibit, which opened in November 1962. in the National Museum of Natural History
A diorama in Mammal Hall, National Museum of Natural History, shows three full-grown East African lion with two cubs in lifelike poses at an African water hole. The East African lions are from the Smithsonian-Roosevelt African Expedition (1909-1910) and mounted by George B. Turner.