Lucas, Frederic A. (Frederic Augustus), 1852-1929
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Primarily correspondence among E. O. Hovey, Chester Reeds, and museum administrators regarding budgets for the Department of Geology. Also includes handwritten budgets and notes.
American Museum of Natural History, Department of Preparation and Installation: Diorama and Hall construction
Journals, collected writings, correspondence, and photographs of F.A. Lucas. Some images used in museum publication in collection.
Frederic A. Lucas photographic print collection of American Museum of Natural History exhibits, other museums, and scientists
Portraits, photographs of institutions, including Dept. of Comparative Anatomy, and Ward taxidermy studio illustrations.
Photographs of a Manta Ray that was caught by R. J. Coles in Punta Gorda, Florida. Signed on front, "Dr. F.A.Lucas, Compliments of R.J. Coles."; penguins possibly in South America; and a portrait photo of Lucas taken in 1868.
This collection houses forms which were mailed out by F. A. Lucas of the U.S. National Museum containing biographical information on individual scientists as well as newspaper articles on same for the Johnnon's Universal Cyclopedia. The second folder contains portrait photographs of same..
Primarily correspondence from E. O. Hovey to R. W. Tower and others, regarding requests for materials from the AMNH library and suggesting titles for acquisition by the library.