Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Bound sets of field notes and specimen catalogs, some correspondence and printed maps; catalogs and bird lists relating to viral studies. Locations primarily in Mexico, as well as Venezuela, Alaska, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, West Virginia, Kansas, and New York. Some listings of mammals collected or observed.
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.
Photographs, correspondence and George K. Cherrie's field notes on "River of Doubt" Expedition. Also includes press releases and clippings, and three books related to Theodore Roosevelt, Through the Brazillian Wilderness, 1925.