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    • Elmer S. Riggs and [first name] Klein

    • the "Klein" identification comes from the Geology Photo Album caption. [12/18/2000 nmc]
    • Elmer S. Riggs and [first name] Klein with fossil mammal skulls in Paleontology Lab. Field Columbian Museum. Other specimens in view include mastodon or , titanothere, Diornis, uintathere. Mounted limb on back wall might be Diornis.
    • German building

    • It remained in Jackson Park, Chicago after the Fair closed. Eventually the building was burned, damaged in a fire and demolished in 1925. Estimated date of the photo is about 1912, based on the sequence of Negative Numbers in the collection. nmc...
    • Distant view of the German building from the 1893 Columbian Exposition World's Fair. Renamed the Liberty Building after World War I in Jackson Park, Chicago, Illinois and lagoon.
    • East Court and Second Floor Gallery exhibits.

    • 12/30/2006 nmc: I think this one shows the East Court in the process of being arranged for permanent installation. The Mayan Stellae and totem poles were later moved to the South Court. But it's likely they were in East Court temporarily, maybe...
    • East Court and Second Floor Gallery exhibits. Including Mayan stellae, Grizzly Bear totem, and canoe hanging at end of hall. Field Columbian Museum
    • Men outside the new Field Museum building

    • There is an Annual Report Plate LXXI that shows the mount of the extinct ungulate Allops Marshi, but I cannot find the Neg# for it or any reference in the Geology catalogue. 4/21/2006 nmc
    • Men outside the new Field Museum building in the process of moving an exhibit case containing the mounted skeleton of Extinct ungulate, Allops marshi, [titanothere] from a Chicago and Northwestern Railway car. Museum move series
    • Eskimo knives, flakers, saws artifacts.

    • Desire Charnay made the casts of reliefs. Thompson made the casts of the 3-D objects. verify. 11/2/2006 nmc.
    • Eskimo knives, flakers, saws artifacts. On exhibit screen before before installation set up on wood bench or table. Casts of Mayan reliefs some from Palenque, Temple of the Cross, East and West jamb, Deity, Monster Mask figures. Made for the...
    • Moose skull and antlers.

    • Compare these antlers with the Moose Diorama in CSZ39682, these antlers were taken from storage and used on the largest bull moose in the diorama. See page 104 for the 1916 FM Annual Report. 1/14/2007 nmc note
    • Moose skull and antlers. Looking downward from ladder maybe? Fabric background, probably in West Court Zoology Field Columbian Museum. Antlers of an old bull are the largest ever recorded, total spread, 78 1/8 inches.
    • Swamp, stream, tree trunk, trees, leaves.

    • "Negative good" photographer's note. see Annual Report for the year 1906, page 26 that mentions Menke and unnamed assistants spent almost a year at Harlowarden collecting birds, making accessory studies of plants and making 195 negatives of the...
    • Swamp, stream, tree trunk, trees, leaves. Background Stock, Joliet, Illinois.
    • Nilgai

    • Mark Rosenthal, Curator Emeritus Lincoln Park Zoo, based on backgrounds, fencing and buildings has positively ID'ed these as Lincoln Park Zoo. 9/16/2006. Broken glass negative scanned by Karen Bean. 7/24/2007 nmc
    • Nilgai in outdoor enclosure with visitors in background. Lincoln Park Zoo
    • Waller's Gazelle diorama (Gerenuk Litocranius walleri sclateri )

    • Probably Mammal specimens near number 33084. This isn't exactly the same photo used in the 1898 AR, but it might be. In the publication you can see the wood floor of the FC Museum in the background, but in the print you cannot, so it might've been...
    • Waller's Gazelle diorama (Gerenuk Litocranius walleri sclateri ) in exhibit case, with label and aloe [verify] plants as accessories. West Court Field Columbian Museum. Taxidermy and accessories by Carl Akeley
    • Scan made to show the background of a negative that

    • Probably Mammal specimens near number 33084. This isn't exactly the same photo used in the 1898 AR, but it might be. In the publication you can see the wood floor of the FC Museum in the background, but in the print you cannot, so it might've been...
    • Scan made to show the background of a negative that would normally have a white background. The Field Columbian Museum interior is shown when the negative is scanned with the brightest light and highest contract. Waller's Gazelle diorama (Gerenuk...

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