NMNH Stonework Details of South Entrance and Dome (A), September 1, 1906, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, Print of an original architectural drawing of the National Museum of Natural History building, originally known as the United States National Museum. Drawn in 1906 by architects J. C. Hornblower and J. R. Marshall, the image has an inscribed title of "Stonework Details of South Entrance and Dome." The print consists of two images: (A) and (B). The original process is black and red ink pen on cloth and the original drawing is 100.00"h x 48.50"w. Persons associated with this drawing include Bernard R. Green, Superintendent of Construction; L. M. Leisenring, Draftsman..