Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence: fossil finds, 1902-1928
Collection contains correspondence regarding fossil specimens, where they were found, and their locality information in the United States and foreign countries. Arranged alphabetically by location and includes some photographs and newspaper clippings. Box 1 (1902-1928) contains localities in Alabama to Iowa; Box 2 (1902-1928) contains localities in Kansas to Tennessee; Box 3 (1902-1928) contains localities in Texas to the West Indies.
Field diaries, 1891-1998
Consist of diaries, lists of specimens found, locations of finds, records of day to day activities, and step by step findings. Individual lists can be found with both the Charles H. Falkenbach and Ted Galusha Papers. The diaries are arranged by date and filed as nearly as possible in chronological order. Notable names in the field diaries include H. F. Osborn, Walter Granger, Barnum Brown, and G. G. Simpson.
Field Work, 1875 - 1952
The papers in this series include expedition reports, photographs, and maps. A lot of the maps have annotations by Barnum Brown. There are some receipts from expedition expenses.
Frederick H. Pough photographic slide collection, 1948.
Mostly photographs taken in Switzerland of wildflowers and glaciers. Includes a few images of fossils and limestone.
Photographic slides of fossils, undated.
Photographs of fossilized matter including magnolia, sassafras, brachiopod in limestone, and invertebrates. One photograph is Tar Pool, Rancho La Brea, Los Angeles, California.
Writing, 1897 - 1968
This series consist of 2 sub-series. The first contains writing about Barnum Brown and the second contains writing by Barnum Brown.