Wabash College - Lilly Library
Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
These are the miscellaneous archives associated with the Division of the Invertebrate Zoology.
American Museum of Natural History
Correspondence and miscellaneous materials from the Department of Invertebrate Zoology
American Museum of Natural History
Division of Invertebrate Zoology correspondence
American Museum of Natural History
Bulk of collection is correspondence between AMNH scientists and scientists at other institutions or in the field regarding requests for specimens and information related to research. Some correspondence is attached to research papers, both published and unpublished (at the time) and some address issues of copyright. Administrative records include several folders on NSF grant applications and awards, as well as papers of dept. curators and scientific staff, including several folders on Horace Stunkard and Libbie Hyman, containing correspondence, biographical files, reports, honorary medals, and some photographs. Box 1 contains folder on George H. Childs, scientific artist for the museum, with original drawings for a design for an exhibition on the Santa Catalina Kelp Gardens and a 1939 letter written by him while doing research for it. Box 2 contains field notes about mollusks written by Walter Eyerdam in 1929 from the Whitney South Sea Expedition
American Museum of Natural History
Division of Invertebrate Zoology specimen accessions records. Including records pertaining to Invertebrate Paleontology
American Museum of Natural History
Division of Invertebrate Zoology administrative records: Annual Reports; Background/History; Collections/Accessions; Correspondence; Species lists; Guest signature book; Equipment/Maintenance/Repairs; Finances/Budgets; Cross-Reference Index Cards; Loan of Specimens from AMNH to Other Institutions; Memoranda; Micropaleontology Press; Personnel Appointments; Senate (Council) of the Scientific Staff Files; Search Committee Files; Review Committee Files; Biography/Background for Judith E. Winston
American Museum of Natural History
Collection consists of: Research proposals; collections schedules and expenses; ship logs; collection progress reports; specimen lists; miscellaneous scientists research reports; correspondence
American Museum of Natural History
Handwritten log sheets of gathered specimens, detailing collection locality and collector etcetera. Collecting seems to have been done by individuals from various institutions including AMNH, Cornell, New York State Museum among others
American Museum of Natural History
Photographs of parallel processing cluster computer in the AMNH Department of Invertebrate Zoology. Includes portraits of Ward Wheeler and Daniel James in front of the computer