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Hayden Planetarium, New York, postcard, 1936

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Hayden Planetarium, New York, postcard, 1936

1936

Ephemera

5 5/16 x 3 1/2

Verso: THE HAYDEN PLANETARIUM, the man-made heavens, with its 75-foot copper dome on the grounds of the Museum of Natural History. Made possible by the gift of $150,000 from Charles Hayden, its cosmic ray reflected from the Zeiss projector shows the starry world so accurately that the daily audiences may see not only the planets, sun, and galaxies of stars but may view the exact universe overhead that shone above Waterloo, over Bethlehem, and as far back as the earliest ages - the wonder spot of New York. Haberman's Lumitone Photoprint, New York Made in USA

New York, New York state, United States

DR133

American Museum of Natural History Printed Archives

American Museum of Natural History Library

Information on rights available at the repository.

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Astrophysics

American Museum of Natural History

Collection

Citation

Haberman's Lumitone Photoprint (photographer), “Hayden Planetarium, New York, postcard, 1936,” AMNH Research Library | Digital Special Collections, accessed November 18, 2019, https://lbry-web-007.amnh.org/digital/index.php/items/show/80755.