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Oakland: Diplodocus carnegii


CAPTION: "Dr. W. J. Holland assembles the
first diplodocus skeleton." Frank E. Bingaman.
NOTES: Diplodocus carnegii named in honor of Andrew Carnegie.
There is background information on Diplodocus
carnegii and on Apatosaurus louisae.
There is also a whimsical version of 
Diplodocus carnegii.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Frank E. Bingaman. 
DATE: [1908].
HEADING: Pittsburgh. Carnegie Institute. 
Museum of Natural History. 
#: B376.
From the Collections of the Pennsylvania Department,
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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