Transparencies of Coast Salish arts and crafts showing items made for an exhibition in Montreal ca. 1964; and a photograph of a goat-hair blanket made by Mrs [Lorengelto ?], belonging to Mr Wells, and dated 1964.
Catalog Number 4764: (1)-(2) Tribe: Coast Salish Description: Color transparencies of arts and crafts display Date: ca. July 1964. (3) Coast Salish Photograph of goat-hair blanket made by Mrs [Lorengelto ?] owned by Mr Oliver N. Wells February 1964.
Transparencies of water-color drawings by an Isleta Indian, made ca. 1936-41 for Elsie Clews Parsons. (See Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript Catalog Number 4540-a, -b.) 141 2" x 2" slides, made in Smithsonian photographic laboratory, May, 1960.
Arabic numbers represent order of appearance in Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 181, where most are reproduced in black and white only. See Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 181 for captions. The Roman numerals are the numbers originally assigned by the author, E. C. Parsons, before the manuscript was edited for publication by the Bureau of American Ethnology.
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3.5 Cubic Feet ((14 containers))
Scope and Contents:
This collection consists 3.5 cubic feet of color transparencies from the NASA HQ photography series; this series consists of a 'best of' selection of photography from the NASA research centers and facilities across the United States; they are not inclusive of any one project, although the Apollo Program is well-represented, nor do they represent the only 'official' images.
Biographical / Historical:
The Office of Public Affairs for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Headquarters (NASA HQ) is located in Washington, DC. The Office of Public Affairs's mission is to provide for the widest practiable and appropriate dissemination of information relating to NASA activities and results to the media and general public office. Over the years, their outreach has included providing photography to the public.
NASA, Gift, Unknown
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Transparencies of four paintings of informants of John P. Harrington, by different artists. Includes 1 duplicate set of slides.
Catalog Number 4643: (1) California (?) Description: Kitsepawit or Fernando Librado. Painter: Gerald Cassidy (signature on painting) S. I. Negative 49,393. (2) Rumsen Meadows, Isabel Painter: "M. H." (signature on painting). BAE Negative Number: S. I. Negative Number 49392. (3) Kiowa Enoch Smoky Painter: Moore (see BAE negative catalog card) BAE Negative Number 49,391. (4) Kiowa Perry A. Keahtigh Painter: Moore (signature on painting) BAE Negative Number: S. I. Negative 49,390.
NAA MS 4643
Transparencies made by Bureau of American Ethnology, October, 1962. (Black and White copy negatives have also been made; S. I. Negatives 49,390-393).