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Knight, Charles Robert, 1874-1953

 Person

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

African Jumping Shrews / LR "Chas. R. Knight"

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey No. 167
Scope and Contents Two African jumping shrews on jungle floor. Frame: Metal frame, glazed, matted.

[Arsinoitherium attacked by pterodons] [art original] / Charles R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 763
Scope and Contents Four-horned rhinoceros-like animal defending itself against by two small prehistoric hyenas in foreground, another attack occuring in background.

[Borophagus] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item — Folder: Knight, RF-94-B
Identifier: Art Survey no. 776
Scope and Contents Three-quarter view of head and neck of a Miocene dog.

[Coryphodons] [art original] / Chas R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 789
Scope and Contents Depicts two quadrupeds facing each other in front of a lake; one has its mouth wide open and the other is looking into it.

[Eobasileus] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 760
Scope and Contents Two rhinoceros-like mammals with six horns and large canines, one grazing in background, the other standing in profile view in center. The Eobasileus is closely related to Uintatherium.

William King Gregory papers, 1889-1948 (bulk 1906-1948)

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .G7441
Scope and Contents The collection consists of administrative, scientific, academic and personal papers, and correspondence. Papers include Gregory's general correspondence with universities, colleges and scientists about his research topics and publications; correspondence with museums about purchasing replicas of fossils; and with students seeking employement. Other papers include lecture notes prepared for zoology classes emphasizing evolution, 1925-1926 and 1939; and manuscripts and notes for his publications:...

[Hyracodon] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey no. 780
Scope and Contents Herd of running horse-like prehistoric mammals, which were actually more closely related to rhinoceroses.

[Patriofelis and crocodile] [art original] / Chas. R. Knight.

 Item
Identifier: RF-83-C
Scope and Contents Painting of weasel-like prehistoric mammal baring its teeth at a crocodile swimming in a stream. Signed and dated at lower left: Chas. R. Knight, 1906.