Carnegie Museum of Natural History Archives



What's online?

The images selected from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Archives document bird-banding activities and various landscapes of Powdermill Nature Reserve from the 1960s through the 1970s. By majority, the photographs featured were taken by the creator of Powdermill, Dr. M. Graham Netting. Located in Rector, Pa., Powdermill Nature Reserve serves as the environmental research center of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History since 1956.

What's in the entire collection?

The Carnegie Museum of Natural History Archives possesses records of all formats -- inclusive of film, photographic, and textual documents -- that speak to the maturation of the museum's collections, its staff, and the museum itself.

About the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Archives

The mission of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Archives is to identify, physically and intellectually organize, preserve, and provide responsible access to records of enduring value that capture essential evidence of the development of collections, educational activities, and research since 1896. Information on collections and usage can be found at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Institutional Archives.

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