Whitlock, Herbert P.

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July 31, 1868 - February 22, 1948

Biographical or Historical Note

Herbert Percy Whitlock was an American minerologist and a Curator of Minerals and Gems at the American Museum of Natural History. Whitlock began working at the museum in 1918 and retired in 1941. Among the notable collections arranged under his direction was the Drummond collection in 1934. In 1935, Whitlock arranged a three-day display of the 726-carat Jonker diamond, then one of the largest uncut diamonds in the world

Worked at the American Museum of Natural History.


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American Museum of Natural History
associated dates: 1918-1941

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