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Miscellaneous correspondence collection, 1796-1926,

Author: American Museum of Natural History.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence of various naturalists about miscellaneous natural history topics and expeditions. Some of the correspondents are Alfred Newton, 1905-1906; Alfred Russell Wallace, 1912; Charles Lyell, 1836-1846; Thomas Lincoln, 1846; Colonel Henry D. Borup and Robert E. Peary concerning the Crocker Land Expedition, 1910-1912; Henry Fairfield Osborn, 1894-1933; Joel Asaph Allen, 1886-1918; James John Rivers,  Read more...
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Named Person: J A Allen; Charles Lyell, Sir; Alfred Newton; Alfred Russel Wallace; Thomas Lincoln; Henry D Borup; Robert E Peary; Henry Fairfield Osborn; James John Rivers; Maria Rebecca Audubon; Richard Rathbun; Clarence Moores Weed; Henry Edwards; Leo A Horn; Bashford Dean
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: American Museum of Natural History.
OCLC Number: 155513588
Description: 2 cubic ft.

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Correspondence of various naturalists about miscellaneous natural history topics and expeditions. Some of the correspondents are Alfred Newton, 1905-1906; Alfred Russell Wallace, 1912; Charles Lyell, 1836-1846; Thomas Lincoln, 1846; Colonel Henry D. Borup and Robert E. Peary concerning the Crocker Land Expedition, 1910-1912; Henry Fairfield Osborn, 1894-1933; Joel Asaph Allen, 1886-1918; James John Rivers, 1881-1894; Maria R. Audubon, 1898-1905; Richard Rathbun, 1888-1894: Clarence Moores Weed, 1903-1904; Henry Edwards and Leo A. Horn, 1867-1878; and Bashford Dean, n.d.

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