Papers, 1901-1903.


Papers, 1901-1903.

Material relating to field trips by Goldsborough. Includes snapshots of a trip to Hawaii, 1901, picturing Barton Warren Evermann, David Starr Jordan, William Harris Ashmead, John N. Cobb, Albertus Hutchinson Baldwin, and Charles Bradford Hudson. Diary of an Alaska trip, 1903, describes field trips in southeastern Alaska and a visit to Metlakhtla in the Annette Islands.

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Hudson, Charles B. (Charles Bradford), 1865-1939 (person)

Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931 (person)

Educator, author, and naturalist. From the description of Papers of David Starr Jordan, 1861-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71068098 Zoologist David Starr Jordan was elected president of Indiana University in 1885. He left IU in 1891 to become Stanford University's first president. Jordan died in 1931. From the description of David Starr Jordan papers, 1874-1929, bulk 1895-1929. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 61225195 American ichthyolog...

Ashmead, William H. (William Harris), 1855-1908 (person)

Goldborough, Edmund Lee. (person)

Member of the United States Fish Commission and later, the United States Bureau of Fisheries. From the description of Papers, 1901-1903. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20748394 ...

United States. Bureau of Fisheries (corporateBody)

Evermann, Barton Warren, 1853-1932 (person)

Barton Warren Evermann was a botanist who collected in Alaska, Idaho, and Indiana in the late 19th century. Smithsonian Institution Archives Field Book Project: Person : Description : rid_298_pid_EACP295 Biographical note Barton Warren Evermann, educator, scientist, and long-time director of the California Academy of Sciences, was born on October 24, 1853 in Monroe County, Iowa. Evermann's family moved to Indiana while he...

Baldwin, Albertus Hutchinson. (person)

Cobb, John N. (John Nathan), 1868-1930 (person)

John N. Cobb was a fisheries biologist, author and editor, federal official, and university professor and administrator who was born 1868 in Oxford, New Jersey, and died in 1930 in La Jolla, California. John Cobb is best known as a leading authority on fisheries and for initiating and directing the University of Washington fisheries program. He became a leader in his field and received commissions to investigate fisheries along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and the Great Lakes. Most of his wor...