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Kalbfleisch Field Research Station

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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

James Nathaniel Lane photographic slides of American Museum of Natural History research stations, 1968-1969.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 335
Abstract Photographs taken at AMNH research stations: Kalbfleisch Research Station, Lerner Marine Laboratory, and Southwestern Research Station. Mostly exterior photographs of the locations and a few images from the Lerner Marine Laboratory dedication.

Kalbfleisch Field Research Station collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .K35
Scope and Content note This collection contains a wide variety of documents related to the Museum’s acquisition and operation of the Kalbfleisch Field Research Station in Huntington, Long Island, which span from 1937, when Ms. Kalbfleisch began pursuing her wish to bequeath the estate, through 1982 when the Museum finally sold the property. The collection provides a comprehensive history of the Station by featuring information related to all aspects of its existence, including: correspondence, memos, legal...

Student reports / Kalbfleisch Field Research Station of the American Museum of Natural History, Huntington, N.Y., 1958-1972

 Item
Identifier: DR 087
Contents 1958-61. Vegetation of three formerly-cultivated fields at the Kalbfleisch Field Research Station, Long Island, New York / Ralph E. Taggart. 1960 -- Additional studies of the vegetation of three formerly cultivated fields at the Kalbfleisch Field Research Station, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York / Ralph E. Taggart. 1961 -- Floristic investigations and the mapping of three vegetation study aras at the Kalbfleisch Field Research Station, Long Island, New York / Fred C. Olday. 1961 -- Soil...

Wesley Lanyon photographic slides from the Kalbfleisch Research Station

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 333
Scope and Contents Four photographs taken at the Kalbfleisch Field Research Station (Huntington, L. I.). Includes Davey Gill in banding lab, Chrysemys marked, screech owl, and Tamias close up.