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Caryatid statues and porch. Field Museum of Natural History exterior Credit Information:© 1920 The Field Museum ID# CSGN40501 Photographer: Charles Carpenter
Field Museum of Natural History building as seen from the roof of the Blackstone Hotel, looking south west. 1921. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# CSGN44668 Photographer unknown
Opening Day, Field Museum, Grant Park, crowds approaching museum. 1921. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# CSGN44672 Photographer unknown
50th Anniversary Exhibits in Stanley Field Hall including Lenses on Nature exhibit, Elephants, and Carl Akeley's Lion Spearing Bronze sculptures. 1943. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# GN78517 Photographer unknown
Boy and girl making faces at Bushman the Gorilla. 1963. Credit Information: © The Field Museum ID# GN79754 Photographer unknown
Construction of North Facade Field Museum building exterior. August 12, 1918. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# GN83288 Photographer: Thompson-Starett Company
Adults and children in Geology labs looking through microscopes. Members Night 1996. Credit Information:© 1996 The Field Museum ID# GN87836_9Ac Photographer: John Weinstein
Banners for Sue Uncrated, Field Museum building exterior. 1997. Credit Information: © The Field Museum ID# GN88547_46c Photographer: John Weinstein
Museum Campus and Lake Shore Drive. Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium and Soldier Field looking south. Aerial views taken from helicopter. Credit Information:© 1998 The Field MuseumID# GN88748_43c Photographer: John Weinstein
Children with cicada in Underground Adventure exhibit. Credit Information:© 1998 The Field MuseumID# GN89056_3c Photographer: George Papadakis
Paul Brinkman and Sue T. rex skull preparation progress. Work in 3rd floor Geology Department prep lab. Credit Information:© 1999 The Field MuseumID# GN89085_34c Photographer: John Weinstein
Elephants, Sue T. rex completed fossil skeleton with visitors in Stanley Field Hall. 2000. Credit Information: © The Field Museum ID# GN89716_9c Photographer: John Weinstein
Brachiosaurus cast, on Northwest terrace of the Museum. 2000. It measures 75 feet from nose to tail. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# GN89785_9c Photographer: John Weinstein
John Gurche painting of fleshed-out Tyrannosaurus Rex (T.rex). Credit Information:© 2000 The Field MuseumID# GN89907c Photographer: unknown
Chocolate Box Video area with television sets. Chocolate exhibit installation. 2002. Credit Information: © The Field MuseumID# GN90429_24d Photographer: Mark Widhalm
Anthropology and Conservation departments' move team preparing artifacts for move to Collections Resource Center (CRC). Credit Information: © 2003 The Field MuseumID# GN90531_29d Photographer: John Weinstein
Exterior of Field Museum. South side Museum façade and pedestrian walkway used by Museum Campus visitors. Includes trees from Soldier Field. Credit Information:© 2003 The Field MuseumID# GN90618_095d Photographer: John Weinstein
Spring banners, exterior Museum South facade. Credit Information:© 2004 The Field MuseumID# GN90670_05Bd Photographer: John Weinstein
Closing photo-panel. Evolving Planet exhibit.
Credit Information:© 2006 The Field Museum.ID# GN90846_181dPhotographer: John Weinstein
Lucy, Australopithicus afarensis, a hominid in Evolving Planet exhibit. Model by artist Elisabeth Daynes.Credit Information:© 2006 The Field MuseumID# GN90846_158dPhotographer: John Weinstein
Carl Akeley's Fighting African Elephants in Stanley Field Hall.
© 1993 The Field Museum
Photographer: James Balodimas
Caryatid figure on the exterior of the Field Museum building showing erosion damage from acid rain.Credit Information:© 1981, The Field MuseumID# GN83213_6cPhotographer: Ron Testa
Ron Testa and Diane Alexander White in Photo Studio in process of setting up the artifact of Bastet, 26th Dynasty 656 B.C. to 525 B.C Egyptian Bronze cat sculpture for Treasures exhibit Calendar, circa 1986.
Credit information:© 1986, The Field MuseumID# GN84489Photographer: Nina Cummings
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