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Results for Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 192. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977
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Slide of an original studio photograph of Dr. James B. Griffin. Original made in Washington D.C. on occasion of Dr. Griffin's 80th birthday.

1985

35mm slide: 18034

Book Citation: "An Individual's Participation in American Archaeology, 1928-1985," by James B. Griffin; p. ixv. In: Annual Review of Anthropology, Vol. 14. Palo Alto, CA : Annual Reviews Inc., 1985.

Original photograph taken by the Chase Studios, Inc. Bethesda, Maryland.

Full Record: x-212/212

"Changing views on Hominid and Hominoid Evolution."

35mm slide: 18076

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 93. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-213/213

"Size of chimp foraging party influenced by amount of fruit on tree."

35mm slide: 18077

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri; p.109. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-214/214

"Foraging Chimpanzee in a Ficus tree."

35mm slide: 18078

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 103. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-215/215

"Distribution of fruit trees and timing of fruiting as related to chimp foraging."

35mm slide: 18079

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 104. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-216/216

"CoLoa: Bronze drumhead. On right are two persons pounding mortar and husking rice." "Discovered less than a year ago at Co Loa, a city-site on a tributary of the Red River, includes in its intricate decoration two bands of figures. The outer band depicts flying birds identified as crane-egrets. The inner band repeats a scene twice."

35mm slide: 18080

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 146. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

"BA NA DI Burial Site: included pots with traces of the foods, usually rice or fish, they once contained and in many instances the severed left foreleg of an ox. The prominence of the buried individual is indicated by the bronze bracelet on the forearm."

35mm slide: 18081

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 142. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

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"Important archaeological sites in SE Asia range in age from hunter-gatherer hill sites, such as Spirit Cave and the early midden site of Khok Phanom Di that are 7,000 or more years old to first millemnium AD city sites, such as Oc Eo and Angkor that reflect Indian influences and international trade. The shaded region west of modern Hanoi is the hilly uplands of Hoa Binh province. There, numerous hunter-gatherer sites have given the name Hoabinhian

35mm slide: 18082

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 141. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

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"Excavation at Ba Na Di, a small village site in northeastern Thailand, that was first occupied in about 1400 BC... Its inhabitants grew rice and raised pigs and cattle. They were also good potters and bronze casters who buried their dead in the same cememtery over a period of about 1000 years before abandoning their site."

35mm slide: 18083

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 139. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

Full Record: x-220/220

"The four episodes in accounts of human evolution"

35mm slide: 18084

Book Citation: "Human Evolution as Narrative," by Misia Landau; p. 262. In: American Scientist, Vol. 72, No. 3. New Haven, CT, 1984.

Full Record: x-221/221

"Human Family Trees: Two-pronged and Three-pronged models"

35mm slide: 18085

Book Citation: "New Fossil Upsets Human Family," by Roger Lewin; p. 721. In: Science, New Series, Vol. 233, No. 4765. Washington, D.C.: The American Association for the Advancement of Science, 15 August 1986.

Full Record: x-222/222

"Four fossil human skulls: stages in branching off from Anthropoid stock"

35mm slide: 18086

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 85. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-223/223

"Platyrrini (New World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18087

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 86. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-224/224

"Catarrini (Old World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18088

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 87. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

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Nodena Red and White (Buff) Head vessel, possibly from Paducha area of Kentucky.

35mm slide: 18089

Book Citation: "Ancient Art of the American Woodland Indians," by David S. Brose, James A. Brown, and David W. Penney; Pl. 91, p. 134. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.

Full Record: x-288/288

Embossed copper eagle/hawk dancer from Dunklin City. 12" tall.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18551

Book Citation: "Ancient Art of the American Woodland Indians," by David S. Brose, James A. Brown, and David W. Penney; Pl. 117, p. 164. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.

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"Stag Hunting", engraving by Theodore De Bry.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18552

Book Citation: Originally published as The French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 42. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

Full Record: x-290/290

"Their seething of their meate in earthen pots", engraving by Theodore De Bry.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18553

Book Citation: Originally published as The Firest English in Virginia between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 78. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

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Cultivating and Sowing, engraving by Theodore De Bryl.

Jan. 1989

35mm slide: 18554

Book Citation: Originally published as The French Adventures in Florida between 1590 and 1634. Scanned from unknown source. Similar image published as "Discovering the New World based on the works of Theodore de Bry," edited by Michael Alexander; p. 38. New York: Harper Row, 1976.

Full Record: x-297/297

"A Chief Lady of Pomeiooc" and her daughter. Note the English doll carried by the girl.

1984

35mm slide: 18560

Book Citation: "America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White," by Paul Hulton; p. 63. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press and British Museum Publications, 1984.

Full Record: x-298/298

A "weroans" or "great lord" of Indians, with bow.

1984

35mm slide: 18561

Book Citation: "America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White," by Paul Hulton; p. 78. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press and British Museum Publications, 1984.

Full Record: x-336/336

Cylindrical tripods. Excavations at Kaminaljuyu: F. 171.

35mm slide: 857

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 171. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Unflanged ring-stand bowls and other vessels.

35mm slide: 858

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 181. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Two-part, textile-impressed effigy. Reddish brown ware. Surfaces representing flesh impressed, while still soft, with harsh fabric and coated after firing with cinnebar paint. Hands and lips polished; headdress, "necktie", girdle, gee-string, and breech cloth polished and decorated with incised lines.

35mm slide: 859

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 190. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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A) thin orange effigy with cover B) incense burner.

35mm slide: 860

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 192. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Thin orange vessels from Mexico.

35mm slide: 861

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 196. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Thin orange vessels from Mexico. Some vessels have incised or punctured designs and two have figure decorations attached to the vessel body.

35mm slide: 862

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 195. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Miniature vessels and floreros. Vessels have ornate designs, some with facial features.

35mm slide: 863

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 199. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Silhouetted reliefs. Complete specimens of a type of sculpture represented at Kaminaljuyu by fragments only: A) Western Guatemala, B) Guatemala, locality unknown, C) Believed to have come from Santa Cruz Quiche, Guatemala.

35mm slide: 864

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 141. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Carved jade ornaments.

35mm slide: 865

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 148. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Pyrite-incrusted plaque with carved back. The drawing is correct in showing six curved elements upon the altar although in the photograph three appear, because of the direction from which the light falls it appears to be but four.

35mm slide: 866

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 156. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Objects of obsidian.

35mm slide: 867

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 157. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Mound before excavation. Mound B, looking east from Mound A the length of the football field, 1936. In center foreground excavations outlining the foundations of a small structure that had been almost completely razed in leveling the field. Here was found a large frog effigy of pumic. At left the Guatemala-Mexico highway.

35mm slide: 868

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 117. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Metates. Small three-legged metates with accompanying manos; standard articles of tomb furniture. Finely vesicular gray lava.

35mm slide: 869

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse Jennings, and Edwin Shook; Fig. 158. In: Carnegie Institution Publication Series, No. 561. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1946.

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Plano-relief decorated tripod.

35mm slide: 870

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 178. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

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Micronesia -- Husking a coconut, Marshall Islands.

35mm slide: 846

Book Citation: "Our New Military Wards, the Marshalls," by W. Robert Moore; Pl. 11. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 88, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, September 1945.

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Micronesia -- Pandanus palm, Marshall Islands houses and children.

35mm slide: 847

Book Citation: "Our New Military Wards, the Marshalls," by W. Robert Moore; Pl. 12. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 88, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, September 1945.

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Slide of a photograph in Historic Preservation (9/10, p.41), showing San Geronimo de Taos church which has been restored.

35mm slide: 18495

Book Citation: Historic Preservation Magazine, September/October Issue 1989, p. 41.

Photo by K. Clahassey

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Pictograph from Rincon Mountains.

Apr. 1990

35mm slide: 18841

Book Citation: Saguaro, p. 27, circa 1986

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Navigation on the Canal of Mexico City: Once the wealth and beauty of Mexico dwelt along the boulevard boarding the National Canal; but its glory is departed and a tawdry, odiferous, poop infested neighborhood it has become. The annual flower festival at the little village of Santa Anita takes place, however, it becomes alive with color and riotous good humor prevails. Main Viga Canal

35mm slide: 18938

Book Citation: "The Venice of Mexico," by Walter Hough; p. 70. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. XXX, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, July 1916.

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The Ancient Maya World - Insert map

35mm slide: 18974

Book Citation: "Land of the Maya - Ancient Maya World," Supplemental Map, p. 424. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 176, No. 4. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, October 1989.

Full Record: x-1052/1052

Land of the Maya - A traveler's map.

35mm slide: 18975

Book Citation: "Land of the Maya - Ancient Maya World," Supplemental Map, p. 424. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 176, No. 4. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, October 1989.

Corn Dance Regalia, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19020

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Church at El Santuario de Chimayo, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19021

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Deer Dancer, San Ildefanso Pueblo.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19022

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Deer Dancer, Santa Clara Pueblo.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19023

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Petroglyph in Galisteo Basin, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19024

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Petroglyph near Santa Fe, New Mexico.

35mm slide: 19025

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Adena Culture. Serpent Mound, Adams Co., Ohio.

1990

35mm slide: 18995

Book Citation: "Sacred Places," by Spencer P.M. Harrington; p. 44 and 45. In: Archaeology, Vol. 43, No. 1. New York: Archaeological Institute of America, January/ February 1990.

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Copy of a slide of an old postcard. Rapids, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Canadian shore in the distance, Indian wigwams, etc., in the foreground. Photograph by J.E. Davidson.

35mm slide: 19199

Book Citation: Postcard