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    • Elephas imperator jaw

    • Dentition; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "Part of lower jaw & teeth of Elephas imperator (scotti) five miles S. Staplehurst, Seward County Mammoth." Front view of Elephas imperator jaw with dentition displayed on a rectangular wooden base. The fossil is inside a room containing crates...
    • Elephas imperator jaw

    • Dentition; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "Side view of lower jaw & teeth of Elephas imperator (scotti), Seward County Mammoth." View from the side and slightly above an Elephas imperator jaw displayed on a wooden base. The specimen is inside a room containing crates and furniture...
    • Elephas imperator jaw

    • Dentition; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "Piece of bone of Elephas scotti (imperator), Seward Co. Mammoth." Close-up side view of a jaw containing dentition. The specimen is marked with the number 18-2-22. In the background is a room crowded with crates, shelves, and a parked...
    • Elephas scotti jaw

    • Dentition; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "Top view of E. scotti, Seward Co., Mammoth." View from above looking down at an Elephas scotti lower jaw with dentition. The jaw is mounted on a wooden base.
    • Barney family at excavation

    • Fossils; Paleontology; Paleontology--Fieldwork; Paleontological excavations; Family; Proboscidea
    • "Barney family. Elephant tusk foreground." Four women, two men, and three children sit at the edge of a paleontological excavation. Their images are blurred. A partially excavated tusk is in the pit in front of the family. On the right, a pick...
    • Barney family at excavation

    • Fossils; Paleontology; Paleontology--Fieldwork; Paleontological excavations; Proboscidea
    • "Barney family, elephant tusk in foreground." In the background a man and two women sit at the edge of a paleontological excavation. Their images are blurred and indistinct. In the lower left another man stands in a deeply excavated trench. He...
    • Elephas maibeni drawing

    • Illustrations; Proboscidea; Art
    • "Drawing of E. maibeni." Photograph of a drawing by Erwin H. Barbour dated October 8, 1925. To the right of the drawing's center an Elephas maibeni is shown in a front three-quarter view striding on a flat, relatively featureless landscape. To...
    • Museum exhibits

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Geology
    • "View of west wall on main floor of old museum after most specimens had been removed to Morrill Hall." Image of a high-ceilinged room with proboscidea and Daemonelix specimens exhibited along the wall in the background. Skulls with tusks are...
    • Mammoth exhibit installation

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "2-5-9-22Cornell. Setting Archidiskodon maibeni in place in Elephant Hall. Henry Reider on floor, Eugene Vanderpool upper left, Frank Bell, upper right. Date at this taking January 15, 1933."
    • Mammoth exhibit

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "7-5-9-22Cornell. Another view of Archidiskodon maibeni with Indian elephant skeletons for comparison. Henry Reider and Frank Bell who mounted the skeleton in foreground. Specimen numbered 5-9-22."
    • Mammoth exhibit

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "6-5-9-22Cornell. Archidiskodon maibeni completed with Indian elephant skeletons, adult female and immature, for comparison. Henry Reider and Frank Bell who mounted the skeleton in foreground. Specimen numbered 5-9-22."
    • Elephas columbi skull

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "E. columbi after removal of scaffolding." Extending from the mid-right to left of the image, an Elephas columbi skull and tusks are suspended from the museum's ceiling. The skull and tusks are shown in a side view. Below are glass and wooden...
    • Elephas columbi skull

    • Museums; Museum exhibits; Proboscidea; Fossils; Paleontology; Vertebrates, Fossil
    • "View from the top of cases looking directly at skull of E. columbi as it appears in position." Front view of Elephas columbi skull and tusks suspended from the museum's ceiling. A wooden and glass display case on the lower left contains...

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