The Putnam Collection Center at Lowell Observatory houses treasures and artifacts that are available for public use.
A wrought iron fence in front of the Lowell Observatory campus is pictured March 3, 2019.
Inside the Putnam Collection Center, many materials are available for use to the public concerning the history of Flagstaff and of the Lowell Observatory, March 3, 2019.
The Putnam Collection Center is where all of Lowell Observatory's archives are housed, and where many of its historical artifacts are preserved, March 3, 2019.
Lauren Amundson, the archivist at Lowell Observatory, holds a hand-drawn globe of Mars as it was recorded to appear in 1905, March 3, 2019.
Lauren Amundson, the archivist at Lowell Observatory, holds a journal of drawings of mars that date back over 100 years to the founder of the observatory, March 14, 2019.
Lauren Amundson, the archivist at Lowell Observatory, holds a hand-drawn map of Mars that dates back to the founder of Lowell Observatory, March 3, 2019.
Lauren Amundson, the archivist at Lowell Observatory (Right), works with one of her volunteers (Left) to help archive records online for public use March 3, 2019.
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