Joseph B. Steere papers, 1861-1941.

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Steere, Joseph Beal, 1842-1940. Joseph B. Steere papers, 1861-1941.

Joseph B. Steere papers, 1861-1941.

Autobiography and biographical material; correspondence, diaries and travelogues, and writings concerning in part his collecting expeditions for the University Museum to South America, China, the Philippines, and other parts of the Far East; also papers reflecting his thoughts on science, religion, philosophy and evolution; and photographs.

4 linear ft., 1 oversize v., and 1 oversize folder.

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