Carter, T. Donald (Thomas Donald), 1893
- Existence: 1893 - 1972
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss .C376
Scope and Contents The collection includes diaries and field notebooks from the 1927-1928 Day Roraima Expedition, the 1931-1932 Legendre Indochina Expedition, and the 1934 Sage West China Expedition, as well as material on the 1946-1947 Rutherford African Expedition. There are also diaries labeled by location and year(s): Costa Rica 1914; Abyssinia 1927-1929; Africa 1938; East Africa 1958; and Ungava, Québec 1953; and some yearly diaries. Carter participated in 27 expeditions in North and South America, Africa,...
Identifier: MEM TBD1
Identifier: Mss .C375
Scope and Contents The Papers Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, articles and reviews, clippings and photocopies relating to Carter's collecting activities for the American Museum of Natural History, and to his interests in the classification of mammals and birds, and bird banding. Correspondence consists primarily of typewritten letters and carbon copies, with some handwritten letters, both sent and received. The collection includes two handwritten signed letters from Ugo Mochi, principal author...
Identifier: NNC .C37
Identifier: PPC .C37
Scope and Contents The T. Donald Carter photo print collection includes prints from his AMNH expeditions to Roraima, Indo-China, West China and Abyssinia. Also included are two boxes of personal and family photographs. Some of the images are captioned on the verso. Personal and family photographs which were mounted may have descriptive captions on the back.
Identifier: PPC .D39
American Museum of Natural History, Department of Preparation and Installation: Diorama and Hall construction
Identifier: DR 104
Scope and Content Note This collection spans the planning and development of the Department of Preparations for the dioramas of the various halls. These folders detail the requests and expenditures for the efforts made in travel, models, and sketches. The majority of the correspondence is directed from or to James L. Clark, the Director of the Department of Preparations between the 1930’s-1940’s. Much of the correspondence from James Lippit Clark, is directed to trackers, guides, taxidermists, donors, and designers. ...
Identifier: Archives Orn136
Identifier: Archives Orn137