|Front of the American Museum of Natural History at Central Park West||Front of the American Museum of Natural History at Central Park West||Truth||Knowledge||Vision|
|State of New York Memorial to Theodore Roosevelt||Statue of Boone||Statue of Audubon||Statue of Clark||Statue of Lewis|
|Statue of Theodore Roosevelt on a horse||The foliage in Central Park opposite the museum||Street view down Central Park West||Street view down Central Park West||New York Taxis driving by|
|Allosaurus in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall||Mother Barosaurus in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall||Allosaurus in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall||Mother Barosaurus in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall||Columns|
|Blurred Milstein Hall of Advanced Mammals|
"September 1, 1939"
I sit in one of the dives
Accurate scholarship can
Exiled Thucydides knew
Into this neutral air
Faces along the bar
The windiest militant trash
From the conservative dark
All I have is a voice
Defenceless under the night
"It's no use raising a shout."
It's no use raising a shout.
It wasn't always like this?
A long time ago I told my mother
In my spine there was a base;
In my veins there is a wish,
A bird used to visit this shore:
The Road Less Travelled
(Robert Frost 1874-1963)
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
Then took the other, as just as fair,
Both that morning equally lay
I shall be telling this with a sigh