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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 18-204

National Museum of American History. Division of Medicine and Science

Exhibition Records, 1991-1997, 2007-2010

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: National Museum of American History. Division of Medicine and Science
Title: Exhibition Records
Dates: 1991-1997, 2007-2010
Quantity: 0.5 cu. ft. (1 document box)
Collection: Accession 18-204
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of the records of Jeffrey K. Stine, Curator of technology and environmental history, which document planning, development, and production activities for the exhibitions "Manufactured Weather," "Tunnels!," "Extending the Legacy: Planning America's Capital for the 21st Century," "Oil from the Arctic: Building the Trans-Alaska Pipeline," "Science in American Life," and the Hall of Civil Engineering at the National Museum of American History (NMAH). The records also document exhibition proposals, as well as planning for an environmental history exhibition at NMAH. Earlier records date from when the Division of Medicine and Science was known as the Division of the History of Technology and the Division of Engineering and Industry, respectively. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, notes; proposals; a script; photographs and slides; and a brochure.

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of the records of Jeffrey K. Stine, Curator of technology and environmental history, which document planning, development, and production activities for the exhibitions Manufactured Weather, Tunnels!, Extending the Legacy: Planning America's Capital for the 21st Century, Oil from the Arctic: Building the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Science in American Life, and the Hall of Civil Engineering at the National Museum of American History (NMAH). The records also document exhibition proposals, as well as planning for an environmental history exhibition at NMAH. Earlier records date from when the Division of Medicine and Science was known as the Division of the History of Technology and the Division of Engineering and Industry, respectively. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, notes; proposals; a script; photographs and slides; and a brochure.

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Use Restriction

Restricted for 15 years. until Jan-01-2026; Transferring office; 08/18/2016 memorandum, Toda to Ott; Contact reference staff for details.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 18-204, National Museum of American History. Division of Medicine and Science, Exhibition Records

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Container List

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Planning for an Environmental History Exhibition, 1991-1993

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Smithsonian Women's Committee Grant: Exhibition Case in the Hall of Civil Engineering, National Museum of American History, 1992

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Photography Exhibition Proposal: Building Washington, D.C.'s Metrorail System, 1993

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Manufactured Weather Exhibition: Script, 1993

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Manufactured Weather Exhibition: Photograph, 1993

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Manufactured Weather Exhibition: Brochure, 1993

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Tunnels! Exhibition: Photographs, 1993

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Extending the Legacy: Planning America's Capital for the Twenty-First Century Exhibition: Photographs and Slides, 1996

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Oil from the Arctic: Building the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Exhibition: Slides, 1997

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Biotechnology Exhibition and Film for Science in American Life, 2007-2010

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