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Fall Exhibition "Pictures, Patents, Monkeys and More...On
exhibition examining collecting as both imagery and process
in contemporary art. Through December 15, 2002 .
black" by artist Ham Steinbach, 1985. Plastic laminated wood
shelf; ceramic pitchers' cardboard detergent boxes.
locomotive as designed by George Sellers in New York, 1859.
electric generator by Hiram S. Maxim in Brooklyn, 1880.
coating machine designed by William Cairnes in 1875.
Table Museum," 1989. Redwood burl, various antique and contemporary
coffeepots, copper plumbing pipe, and brass fittings, welded steel,
wheels, and mixed media.
& Iron: Esther Klein Art Gallery
Hluchan, scene includes hammering-wielding teddy bears and armies
Degenerate Art by Stan Smokler. Created from scrap metal and found
Railway: Morris Aboretum
Railway Display features models of historic buildings that played
a part in the Revolutionary War in and around Philadelphia 225
Arthur Ross Gallery
the Wall: Current Work by Robinson Fredenthal
Kroiz Gallery, Architectural Archives
A Century of Images in Archaeology and Anthropology,
James B. Pritchard, 1958.
James B. Pritchard excavated the site of Gibeon in modern-day
Jordan, a site mentioned a number of times in the Bible. Pictured
here is the spectacular pool of Gibeon.
Jane Goodale, 1954.
The Tiwi are an Australian Aboriginal group living on Melville
Island. Jane Goodale, then a graduate student in Penn's Anthropology
Department, spent most of 1954 living among them.
George F. Dales, 1969.
George F. Dales surveyed the Seistan region (pictured above) of
southwestern Afghanistan in search of evidence of contact between
the Indus and Mesopotamian civilizations.
by John Henry Haynes, 1899.
Workers carry away baskets full of dirt in a stark, surreal landscape
at Nippur in Iraq, 1899.
Arboretum: Closely Observed,
Photos by Andrea Baldeck