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    Aug 15 SI Naturalist Find New Bird Species in Gabon, Africa | Smithsonian Institution Archives

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    • Authority Record/EAC

      Mearns, Louis di Zerega

      • Date: 1886 1912

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    • Field Book

      Miscellaneous birds, Kure Atoll, n.d.

      • Date: 1962-1969 1962 1969
      • Creator: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program

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    • Brian Schmidt Holding an Olive-Backed Forest Robin

      Brian Schmidt Holding an Olive-Backed Forest Robin

      • Date: c. 2003
      • Creator: Ward, Carlton
      • Creator: Ward, Carlton

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    • SI History Chronology

      NMNH Scientists Publish Findings on a New Species of Bird

      • Date: August 15, 2008

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    • Finding Aid

      SIA Acc. 19-101, Lemelson Center, Exhibition Records, 1996, 2001-2003

      • Date: 2001 2001-2003 1996, 2001-2003
      • Creator: Lemelson Center
      • Creator: Smithsonian Institution Archives

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    • Blog Post

      Robert Ridgway – From Protégé to a Leading Ornithologist

      • Date: February 27, 2020
      • Creator: Ricc Ferrante
      • Description: As a teenager, Robert Ridgway was tapped by the Smithsonian’s Assistant Secretary to be an expedition zoologist. In 1881, when the US National Museum opened its doors, he was the curator of Birds. Download and reuse some of bird illustrations today through Smithsonian Open Access.

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    • Finding Aid

      SIA Acc. 12-586, Lemelson Center, Exhibition Records, 1996-2006

      • Date: 1996 1996-2006
      • Creator: Lemelson Center
      • Creator: Smithsonian Institution Archives

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    • John N. Robinson, His Life and Work

      • Date: September 9, 2014
      • Description: I cannot, I feel, have any regrets about my accomplishments. What comes from art will just come. I don’t feel any need to strive. - John N. Robinson One of my favorite parts of working in an archive is the opportunity to immerse myself in other people’s worlds, to learn more about their stories and experiences. One such person I encountered recently was John N. Robinson, a

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    • Oil based portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt profile wearing a blue suit and tie, signed Secretary Roosevelt.

      Remembering the Exhibitions Celebrating the Centennial of FDR's Birth

      • Date: January 28, 2021
      • Description: In 1982, the Smithsonian Institution paid homage to the birth of the 32nd president of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, born January 30, 1882, through six new exhibits.

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    • Spencer and Mary Baird sit in chairs and Lucy Baird stands behind her father.

      Lucy Hunter Baird: Much More Than a Devoted Daughter

      • Date: March 5, 2020
      • Description: Lucy Hunter Baird did not shy away from her father’s towering legacy in American science, she embraced it. As the only child of Spencer Fullerton Baird, second Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Lucy Baird developed a passion for her father’s discipline of ornithology (the study of birds) and strove to chronicle his extraordinary life in a biography. Although she was

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    • A close-up view of a parchment sheet, covered closely with black ink writing. A passage is highlighted in yellow, “Estate at Studley and Calne and other Places in the County of Wilts[hire].”

      Tracing Inheritance in the Hungerford Deed

      • Date: September 24, 2020
      • Creator: William Bennett
      • Description: The Hungerford Deed split an inherited estate between two sisters—but what do we know about those properties? We’ve dug deep into one of them here.

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