Departmental files, 1907-1979.
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American Museum of Natural History. Dept. of Mammalogy.
Collecting area: Material relating directly to the scientific specimens of the Department of Mammalogy. From the description of Repository description. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155511357 Richard Archbold sponsored a series of biological expeditions to Madagascar, New Guinea, and Australia. A field station in Florida is geared toward experimental and observational use. From the description of Expeditions and scientific staff records: Archbold Expeditions, 1...
Van Gelder, Richard G. (Richard George), 1928-1994
Carter, T. Donald (Thomas Donald), 1893-
T. Donald Carter was a zoologist at the American Museum of Natural History: research assistant 1920- and assistant curator 1944-1960, AMNH Dept. of Mammalogy. Carter participated in 27 expeditions in North and South America, Africa, China and Indochina, and collected over 10,000 specimens, mostly mammals and birds, with some reptiles, contributing significantly to the contents of the AMNH exhibit halls for Asia, Africa and North America. Carter was assistant at the New Y...
Andrews, Roy Chapman, 1884-1960
Zoologist, explorer, and author. From the description of Roy Chapman Andrews correspondence, 1931. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79449556 Naturalist and explorer, leader of the Asiatic Zoological Expeditions and the Central Asiatic Expeditions, director of American Museum of Natural History from 1935 to 1941. From the description of Journals of expeditions to Mongolia from 1919 to 1930 [microform] / Roy Chapman Andrews. 1919-1930. (American Museum of Natural His...
Hatt, Robert T. (Robert Torrens), 1902-
Robert T. Hatt was a member of the Purdue University Class of 1923. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi. The records that are available do not indicate that he graduated from Purdue. His father was William Kendrick Hatt who was a Professor of Civil Engineering at Purdue. The scrapbook has numerous mementos of Robert Hatt's days at Purdue, with a strong emphasis on Phi Kappa Psi, R.O.T.C., photographs of campus life and other ephemera relating to his time as a Purdue student. Hatt graduated from the...
Raven, Henry Cushier, 1889-1944
Henry Cushier Raven (1889-1944) began his zoological career in the Department of Preparation of the American Museum of Natural History in 1907. While there he worked with Jesse D. Figgins and Herbert Lang, noted taxidermists. When Figgins moved to the Colorado Museum of Natural History in 1910, he took Raven with him. In 1912, the Smithsonian Institution and William Louis Abbott were looking for a young collector and explorer to carry on Abbott's work in the East Indies. Hearing good reports reg...
Anderson, Sydney, 1927-....
Koopman, Karl F.
Goodwin, George Gilbert.
Van Deusen, Hobart M.
Chubb, S. Harmsted (Samuel Harmsted), 1863-1949
Samuel Harmsted Chubb was an osteologist affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History. He studied the movements of animals, primarily horses and other equids, by photographing them in successive intervals in order to mount skeletons in dynamic positions. Chubb died in 1949. From the description of Along mountain trails : typescript,  / by S. Harmsted Chubb. (American Museum of Natural History). WorldCat record id: 55979159 Osteologist in the American Museum o...
Hill, John Eric, 1907-1947
Frick, Childs, 1883-1965
Vertebrate paleontologist. Frick maintained the extensive fossil mammal collection at the American Museum of Natural History and a laboratory on Long Island. He provided funding for expeditions and for storage facilities at the Museum. From the description of Photographs, 1922-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155509767 Vertebrate paleontologist. Frick maintained the extensive fossil mammal collection at the American Museu...
Musser, Guy G.
Allen, Glover M. (Glover Morrill), 1879-1942
Allen, J. A. 1838-1921.
Sherwood, George Herbert, 1876-1937.