Postcard Galleries

Postcard of the Smithsonian Institution Castle, by B.S. Reynolds Co. Washington, DC, c. 1907-1914, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2013-07202 (front) and SIA2013-07203 (back).
Postcard of the Castle
Postcard of the United States National Museum, c. 1907-1910, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2013-06641 (front) and SIA2013-06642 (back).
Grayscale Postcard of the National Museum #4
Postcard of "The Wedding Procession of Prince Dara-Shikoh", by Unknown, 1997, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2013-07761 (front) and SIA2013-07762 (back).
Postcard of The Wedding Procession of Prince Dara-Shikoh
Postcard of the U.S. Capitol at Night, by B.S. Reynolds Co. Washington, DC, 1934, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2013-06669 (front) and SIA2013-06670 (back).
Postcard of the US Capitol at Night
Palace of Fine Arts Postcard from the Panama-Pacific Exposition, by Unknown, 1915, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2012-7597 (front) and SIA2012-7598 (back).
Postcard of the Palace of Fine Arts
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RSVP Postcard for the En Pointe Exhibit
Postcard of the Patent Office Building #2017, c. 1898-1901, Unknown creator, Courtesy of a private collector, No copy available at the Smithsonian Institution Archives, patent5.jpg
Postcard of the Patent Office Building #2017, c. 1898-1901, Unknown creator, Courtesy of a private collector, No copy available at the Smithsonian Institution Archives, patent5.jpg
Postcard of "Apples of Nadorp on Registered Cover", March 23, 1979, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2013-07886 (front) and SIA2013-07887 (back).
Postcard of Apples of Nadorp on Registered Cover
Postcard of the New National Museum, c. 1915-1930, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, SIA2011-2289 (front) and SIA2011-2290 (back).
Postcard of the New National Museum #1500

Today in Smithsonian History

Rare, Unusual and Popular Mammals of the World, Exhibit, by Unknown, 1959, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, MNH-430 or MNH430.

November 23, 1959

As part of an Exhibits Modernization Program, the World of Mammals opens at the National Museum of Natural History. Henry W. Setzer is the curator in charge of the hall, Rolland Hower supervises the exhibits staff of the Natural History Laboratory, and Thomas Baker is the designer. The taxidermy work is supervised by Watson M. Perrygo, the mural is painted by Art Smith, and Robert C. Hogue painted the backgrounds of the habitat groups.More

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That the Arts and Industries Building was the first building built to be the National Museum of the United States?

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President Reagan and William Truettner, by Nielsen, Kim, 1981, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, 81-8750-17 or 81-8750.1.