Correspondence, 1953-1979, 1960-1979 (bulk).


Correspondence, 1953-1979, 1960-1979 (bulk).

Rozen's correspondence reflecting his professional interest in Hymenoptera and his responsibilities as chairman of the Dept. of Entomology includes correspondence with entomologists and collectors concerning collection management, publications of other entomologists, and departmental and Museum administrative affairs. Correspondents include Fred Bennett, 1964-1966; John A.L. Cooke, 1968-1973; P.J. Darlington, 1961-1970; Alfred E. Emerson, 1961-1976; Stuart W. Frost, 1961-1969; Bernard Heineman, 1961-1971; K.V. Krombein, 1960-1974; E. Gorton Linsley, 1960-1974; Vincent D. Roth, 1962-1971; Siu Kai Wong, 1967-1968; and Frank N. Young (mostly correspondence between Young and Mont A. Cazier), 1953-1979.

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