Original Mr. Spock ear tips, (A20220161000) makeup appliances that actor Leonard Nimoy brought home from the original series Star Trek television lot in the late 1960s and placed into that box, which he constructed. (Smithsonian Photo by Eric Long)
This panel was part of Foam Truck 161 operated by the Fort Myer Fire and Emergency Services Division, Pentagon Station.
Unidentified artist, Untitled (brooch, man with goatee), undated, albumen print in metal setting. Smithsonian American Art Museum, the L. J. West Collection of Photographic Jewelry, Museum purchase made possible through the Franz H. and Luisita L. Denghausen Endowment
Air Tractor AT-301/400A "Dusty Crophopper." Credit: Eric Dumigan Photography
This X-wing Starfighter appeared in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and is on long-term loan from Lucasfilm. It will go on display in 2022 in the museum's flagship building on the National Mall.
Sunshine and Shadow, 1930, 89 x 86 in., Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Faith and Stephen Brown. Image courtesy of Faith and Stephen Brown
Two vials and Nurse Sandra Lindsay’s vaccine record card. Courtesy of the National Museum of America History
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci holds his personal 3D-printed model of the SARS-CoV-2 virion during the “Great Americans Awards Program.” Photo courtesy of the National Museum of American History
U.S. Navy Blue Angel F/A-18C Hornet
(From left) Huma Bhabha in her studio; courtesy of Lauren Lancaster. Sterling Ruby in his studio; photo by Melanie Schiff; courtesy of Sterling Ruby Studio.
Roshan Patel, Smithsonian’s National Zoo
Ticket to Andrew Johnson's impeachment (courtesy National Museum of American History)
Earth, Wind & Fire by Bruce W. Talamon
Credit: “Earth, Wind & Fire” by Bruce W. Talamon, inkjet print, 1978 (printed 2019). National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; acquired through the generosity of Randi Charno Levine. © 2018 Bruce W. Talamon. All Rights Reserved.
“Shonke Mon thi^, (Shunkamolah), Osage.” Bust made April – Dec. 1904 by Frank Lemon. Photograph by Ken Gonzales-Day. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
Ebony Magazine Vol. 24 No. 10
Credit: Johnson Publishing Company
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