Objects

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Cat. # Name Description
1 00.1.0002 Model, topographic "Coastal Plain and Mountains". Plaster model depicting a geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 2. Color: CR
2 00.1.0003 Model, topographic "Embaved Mountains". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 3. Color: CR
3 00.1.0013 Model, topographic "Flood Plain". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 13
4 00.1.0014 Marble Exhibit box 27. The work of marble.
5 00.1.0015 Marble Exhibit box 16. Preparation of hydraulic cement.
6 00.1.1 Model, topographic "Mountains Bordering the Sea". Harvard Geographical Models, No. 1. Reproduced from originals by W. M. Davis and G. C. Curtis. Color: CR
7 00.1.10 Model, topographic "Valley Formation". Plaster model depicting geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 10. Color: TN
8 00.1.11 Model, topographic "Mature Valley". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 11. Color: TN
9 00.1.12 Model, topographic "Flood Plain", Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 12. Color: TN
10 00.1.16 Box, exhibit Exhibit box 19. Manufacture of iron. A. Extraction of Iron.
11 00.1.17 Kit Twelve parts. a. Lead glance; silver, bright. b. Balma-slick. small ore, in a bottle; gray. c. Roasted lead ore; dark gray. d. Coke for burning; dark gray. e. Reheating slag ferriferous reducing flux; dark gray. f. Zinc; gray & white. g. Settling cinder; dark gray. h. Lead matt; dark gray. i. Cubrifer's slag lead; gray, smooth. j. Folled lead; gray, bendable. k.Tube lead; gray cylinder. l. Lead oxide; orange brown, in bottle. m. Oxide; orange, in bottle. Color: GY,WH
12 00.1.18 Kit Eleven parts. a. Zinc, blende; gray. b. Balmey silicous; brown. c. Zinc blende-slick; gray powder. d. Coal for reducing in the zinc muffle. c. Zinc blende roasted; brown powder. f. Rough zinc; gray. g. Sheet zinc; gray-dark. h. Galvanized iron - sheet; light gray. i. Zinc white figment. j. Tin - stone; gray/brown. k. Tin - ore; gray. l. Zinc foil; gray sheet, shining. Color: GY,BR
13 00.1.19 Kit Sixteen parts. a. Iron pyrite, #1, rock; falls apart. b. Copper pyrite, #2, dark, rough. c. Yellow copper ore #3, smooth, gray. d. Cuperiferous slate, #4, gray & white. e. Tetrahedrite & copper silver #5, light blue green. f. Octavo ore, carbonic copper #6, dark, South America. g. Metal, possibly copper, #7, dark, bumpy. h. Black copper, #8, black, square. i. Refined copper, #9, smooth, brown, rectangular. j. Electrolitical #10, smooth bottom, rough top. k. Copper sheet, #11; missing. l. Brass alloy #12; missing. m. 70%Cu 30% Zn -red brass; missing. n. Tuping, #14; cylinder of copper. o. Wire, #15 (2). p. Blue vitriol, #16, in clear bottle; blue. Color: ML
14 00.1.20 Kit, hardness scale Scale of hardness set of 11 rocks.
15 00.1.21 Kit, hardness scale Mohs Scale of Hardness. 11 numbered rocks.
16 00.1.22 Kit, hardness scale Scale of hardness set of 11 rocks.
17 00.1.23 Kit, hardness scale Scale of hardness set of 8 rocks.
18 00.1.24 Mortar & Pestle Two parts, a. and b.
19 00.1.25 Mortar & Pestle Two parts, a. Mortar. b. Pestle. Color: GY
20 00.1.9 Model, topographic "Valley Formation". Plaster model depicting geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 9. Color: TN
21 00.16.0001 Nest Nest of a trap door spider.
22 00.16.0002 Nest Nest of a trap door spider. Gummed label 2245.
23 00.17.0001N Nest Hornet nest in a wire frame. On wooden stand.
24 00.17.0003N Nest Nest of a bald-faced hornet.
25 00.18.1043 Sand Coral sand. Two vials.
26 00.18.1044 Sand Foramineferal sand.
27 00.18.1049 Silt Material of the shallow sea bottom.
28 00.18.1104 Case, egg None
29 00.18.1119 Silt Shallow sea bottom.
30 00.2.1.0602 Pyrite Four concretions round & knobby - starting to deteriorate; 1` "log" of crystals to 1/4" in matrix. Supposed to be 13 specimens
31 00.2.10.0161 Calcite Dog tooth spar on carboniferous limestone. Catalog says that this was deaccessioned in 6/93.
32 00.2.10.0163 Calcite Geode and limestone.
33 00.2.10.0189 Pyrite Massive, tarnished.
34 00.2.10.145.0001 Calcite None
35 00.2.10.145.0002 Calcite None
36 00.2.10.145.0003 Calcite None
37 00.2.10.145.0004 Calcite Crystal.
38 00.2.10.145.0006 Calcite Crystals.
39 00.2.10.145.0011 Calcite Dogtooth spar.
40 00.2.10.146.0001 Calcite Crystals.
41 00.2.10.146.0002 Calcite None
42 00.2.10.146.0003 Calcite Crystals.
43 00.2.10.146.0007 Calcite Crystals.
44 00.2.10.146.0008 Calcite Book says 20 specimens, but 19 were deaccessioned.
45 00.2.10.146.0010 Calcite Crystals.
46 00.2.10.147.0003 Calcite Crystals. Catalog says that specimen was presented by S. H. Bishop.
47 00.2.10.147.0007 Calcite None
48 00.2.10.147.0008 Calcite Crystals with hematite crystals.
49 00.2.10.148.0004 Calcite None
50 00.2.10.148.0005 Calcite None
51 00.2.10.148.0008 Calcite Gummed label 1585; book says 11 specimens but 10 of the 11 were deaccessioned.
52 00.2.10.148.0009 Calcite None
53 00.2.10.148.0010 Calcite Rhombic spar.
54 00.2.10.148.0012 Calcite Crystals.
55 00.2.10.148.0013 Calcite Iceland spar.
56 00.2.10.149.0004 Calcite Crystals.
57 00.2.10.150.0002 Calcite Styolitic.
58 00.2.10.150.0003 Calcite With drusy surface.
59 00.2.10.150.0004 Calcite Limestone bearing calcite crystals.
60 00.2.10.150.0005 Gypsum Small seam of clear crystals.
61 00.2.10.150.0006 Calcite None
62 00.2.10.150.0007 Calcite None
63 00.2.10.150.0009 Calcite None
64 00.2.10.150.0010 Calcite Iridescent.
65 00.2.10.150.0013 Calcite Rhomb spar.
66 00.2.10.151.0001 Calcite None
67 00.2.10.151.0002 Calcite Satin spar.
68 00.2.10.151.0003 Calcite None
69 00.2.10.151.0006 Calcite Fibrous. Gummed label 239 3.
70 00.2.10.151.0007 Calcite Fibrous.
71 00.2.10.151.0010 Calcite Vein.
72 00.2.10.151.0011 Calcite Ferruginous.
73 00.2.10.152.0003 Calcite Limestone pockets bearing calcite crystals.
74 00.2.10.152.0008 Calcite Crystals in calcite geode.
75 00.2.10.153.0002 Calcite Geode.
76 00.2.10.153.0003 Calcite Geode.
77 00.2.10.153.0004 Calcite Geode.
78 00.2.10.153.0005 Calcite Geode.
79 00.2.10.153.0007 Calcite Pirolitic geode.
80 00.2.10.154.0001 Calcite Calcite crystals in coal.
81 00.2.10.154.0004 Calcite Bituminous shale matrix; lined with dog-tooth spar.
82 00.2.10.154.0005 Unk None
83 00.2.10.154.0006 Unk None
84 00.2.10.157.0003 Barite Calcite vein-stuff in carboniferous shale.
85 00.2.10.157.0004 Calcite Carboniferous shale bearing dog-tooth spar; Catalog says 3 specimens.
86 00.2.10.158.0001 Calcite Crystals in coal material.
87 00.2.10.158.0005 Calcite With curved calcite crystals.
88 00.2.10.159.0002 Calcite Crystals on carboniferous limestone.
89 00.2.10.159.0004 Calcite Drusy iridescent calcite crystals on black limestone.
90 00.2.10.160.0006 Calcite Crystals on limestone.
91 00.2.10.160.0010 Calcite Dog-tooth spar.
92 00.2.10.162.0002 Calcite Dogtooths spar on carboniferous limestone. Catalog says that this was deaccessioned in 6/93.
93 00.2.10.163.0003 Calcite Modified rhombic crystals.
94 00.2.10.163.0006 Millerite Sprays of crystals in large calcite crystals.
95 00.2.10.164.0005 Calcite Geode with pyrite crystals with 2 particles of bitumen.
96 00.2.10.165.0002 Calcite Pocket within calcareous tufa.
97 00.2.10.175.0002 Calcite From a seam of coal; Iron pyrite stain on one side.
98 00.2.10.177.0001 Calcite Crystal aggregate.
99 00.2.10.177.0002 Calcite Fragment of calcite geode lined with rhomboidal crystals of calcite.
100 00.2.10.177.0003 Calcite Cleavages.
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