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Cazier, Mont A.


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Mont A. Cazier photographic slide collection of the Expedition to Mexico, 1947.

Identifier: PSC 161

Field photographs taken in Mexico including images of beetles and other insects, plants and trees, and general landscape. Also includes some portraits and photographs of a cathedral.

Dates: 1947

Marjorie Statham unpublished collection of tiger beetle paintings

Identifier: DR 203
Scope and Contents These tiger beetle paintings are from an incomplete manuscript by Marjorie Statham (nee Favreau) and Mont A. Cazier. The text of the manuscript is missing and possibly in the archives at the Arizona State University where Cazier worked for 20 years after retiring from AMNH in 1962. The collection contains over 300 paintings of tiger beetles and their genitalia, black and white photographs along with hand drawn maps of their localities. Binders of field notes were created by Cazier....
Dates: circa 1960s-1990s

Who rules the world? Insects ; Bird islands of the Pacific

Identifier: Film Collection no. 36
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Who Rules the World? Insects. In this first segment, Mont Adelbert Cazier hypothesizes that someday insects might dominate the earth. His comments on the earth's insect population are illustrated with films of insect activity. The credits and the first part of this segment are missing. A discussion of insect destruction and close-up views of live beetles brought into the studio are also included. SEGMENT 2: Bird Islands of the Pacific. Robert Cushman Murphy, AMNH ornithologist,...
Dates: 1953