Field Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1893 to preserve specimens displayed at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, The Field Museum is a major museum and research institution devoted to natural history and anthropology. Archival collections include materials relating to museum history and to the work of artist naturalists. The records in this web resource are based on listings in the Archives of American Art's 1991 guide Art-Related Archival Materials in the Chicago Area, with additional information supplied by museum staff.

1400 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago , IL 60605

Collections in this Repository

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