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Papers of Ernst Mayr, ca. 1920-1993.

Author: Ernst Mayr
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers cover Mayr's public and professional life. Topics include research into ornithology, taxonomy, and biological evolution and systematics, evolution topics such as speciation, genetics, geographical isolation and environmentalism, phenotypes and genotypes, natural selection, and morphology. Correspondence is with many individuals and also with professional organizations such as American Ornithologists'  Read more...
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Named Person: Ernst Mayr; Julian Huxley; David Lambert Lack; Konrad Lorenz; Margaret Nice; D L Serventy; Niko Tinbergen; Josselyn Van Tyne
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ernst Mayr
OCLC Number: 76973294
Notes: Permission is required for access to, and photocopying or publication of, these papers. Contact the Reference staff in the Harvard University Archives for details.
Description: ca. 45 cubic feet (51 boxes and 3 folders)
Contents: Correspondence, 1931-1982 (consists of: General Correspondence, 1931-1952 (HUGFP 14.7; 11 boxes), General Correspondence, ca. 1952-1987 (HUGFP 74.7; 35 boxes), Julian Huxley, 1937-1974 (HUGFP 14.15; 1 folder), Konrad Lorenz and Nicolas Tinbergen, 1953-1982 (HUGFP 14.17; 1 box), Miscellaneous and anonymous correspondence, ca. 1920-1993 (HUGFP 74.10; 2 boxes)) --
Association Internationale de Systématique Théorique, ca. 1961-1962 (HUGFP 74.20; 1 folder) --
International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, ca. 1953-1976 (HUGFP 74.25; 5 boxes) --
Lectures and Speeches, ca. 1952-1987 (HUGFP 74.50; 5 boxes).

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These papers cover Mayr's public and professional life. Topics include research into ornithology, taxonomy, and biological evolution and systematics, evolution topics such as speciation, genetics, geographical isolation and environmentalism, phenotypes and genotypes, natural selection, and morphology. Correspondence is with many individuals and also with professional organizations such as American Ornithologists' Union and American Museum of Natural History. The collection also includes the writings and correspondence related to the publication of scientific books, papers, and periodicals. Principal correspondents include Margaret Nice, Konrad Lorenz, N. Tinbergen, David Lack, D.L. Serventy, Josselyn Van Tyne, and Julian Huxley.

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