Jacob Ellsworth Reighard papers, 1887-1942.


Jacob Ellsworth Reighard papers, 1887-1942.

Professional correspondence, writings and speech files, university lecture and course materials, and field notes and research files; include materials largely concerning operation of the department of zoology, the administration of the Biological Camp at Douglas Lake, and his research interest in Great Lakes fish; and photographs.

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