University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Ornithological Surveys Photograph File contains large and medium format photographic negatives and prints taken by staff of the Illinois Natural History Survey during field surveys. The majority of the photographs show a nests and eggs, but photographs of the field parties, camps, field taxidermy, caves, and natural areas are also included. Specific locations covered include the fish market in Havana, the landscape west of Seville, La Crosse, Hamilton, Keokuk, Urbana, Saline County, Running Lake, Union County and Saint Joseph/Danville. The series also includes photographs taken by Jean Graber in 1963, of unidentified natural areas in Illinois.
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Mimeographed or planographed Biological Notes or reports of investigations concerning waterfowl characteristics and migrations; population; age and food or birds; fishing and fish habitats; deer, foxes, raccoons, rabbits, snakes and pheasants; insects and parasites; ecological communities and lake management; conservation; shade trees and disease control and pesticide residues.
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Newspaper clippings, programs of exhibits, original drawings used as the basis of illustrations for The Yazoo River (1954), prints of birds of eastern Texas and western Louisiana, magazine articles illustrated by Turner, and biographical information
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letter from Audubon to his son describing Nantucket's people, birds, quadrupeds, fish, fruit, and vegetation, including some references to family affairs and sales of his work
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, kept by Joseph C. Delano, relating to shipping voyages (freight and passengers) from New York to Liverpool and return -- Includes description of land birds seen and caught, death at sea, rescues, and icebergs; and sketches of icebergs
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, kept by steward and boatsteerer R.G. Brightman, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic Ocean -- Includes descriptions of types of whales, squid, and turtles seen or taken, death at sea, ship leaking, picking up a longboat, and woman onboard; whale stamps, anchor stamps, bird stamps, sketches of birds and porpoise, crew list, accounts, ship's history, list of whales sighted with names, death notice from Dartmouth, Mass., and a poem. Other places represented include Faial Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Saint Helena, Barbados, Dominica, and São Miguel Island
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Other persons interviewed include Soren Kolstoe, faculty member at Valley City State Teachers College (Valley City, N.D.), poet, and employee of North Dakota State Game and Fish Dept., documenting his career and including information concerning the collection of 400 eggs which he donated to the department; Charles Libby and Margaret Libby Barr, son and daughter of historian Orin G. Libby, chiefly concerning their father and his activities as faculty member, University of North Dakota and editor of publications of State Historical Society of North Dakota (Bismarck); Henry Martinson, early homesteader and socialist, pertaining to socialism, Nonpartisan League, state politics, labor unions and strikes in North Dakota, and his service with North Dakota Dept. of Agriculture and Labor; and S.W. Melzer, physician, reviewing his many years of practice in Woodworth, N.D., and hunting interests
New London County Historical Society
Notebook kept by Harris, on birds, she saw or heard, chiefly around New London, but also in Willimantic, Acworth, Gales Ferry, and Ledyard, Conn
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Miscellaneous records of various organizations in Lincoln, Mass -- Includes record books and membership lists of the Lincoln Temperance Society (1840s) and South Lincoln Temperance Society (ca. 1891); records of Lincoln Bird Club (1919-1934); constitution and by-laws of South Lincoln Hall Co., with lists of stock purchasers (1891) of the company which was established in 1891 for the purpose of erecting a meeting hall in South Lincoln; history of Lincoln Grange No. 129 (ca. 1960s) and pamphlets relating to the grange and related fairs and festivals (1869-1950); programs of Lincoln Players (1954 and ca. 1962); handbills with programs of dramatic entertainment held in the town hall (1880s); history and miscellaneous notes relating to the Lincoln Fire Dept.; Lincoln Minute Men program of an historical reenactment (1996); newsletters and miscellaneous records of Lincoln Historical Society (1960s-1970s); and articles of incorporation, by-laws, and minutes (1964) of Lincoln Dancing Class, ... Read More
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Notes recording observations on plant and animal life, and especially birds, in the Indiana Dunes