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Department of Vertebrate Paleontology departmental records: field box tracking

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Identifier: VPA 5
Scope and Contents Includes a total of seven notebooks and ledgers created and maintained by George Krochak for the Frick Laboratory to track crates of materials sent and received from the field. The first set of two notebooks record outgoing packages from the field. The second set of five notebooks record the field shipments received. Outgoing : Notebook 1, 1927-1964, Santa Fe, Nebraska, Arizona, California, Alaska, Texas, Espanolia and Notebook 2, 1960's, labelled 'Outgoing packages April 29, 1964'. Ledgers...
Dates: 1927-1980

Frick Laboratories records and maps

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Identifier: VPA 56b
Scope and Contents Frick Laboratory correspondence, records, and maps. Correspondence and records consist of material from 1956 through 1973. Contained are two compiled binders labeled Lab. Correspondence: 1) “To and From Ted Galusha” (1961-1972); and 2) “To and From Morris Skinner” (1960-1973). Three folders: 1) labeled “Dr. John T. Lonsdale Correspondence” which contain letters (1958-1962) by Charles Falkenbach and W. W. Newcomb; 2) labeled “Frick Collection Loans” with main correspondence (1972-1973) by Ted...
Dates: 1924-1965

Frick Laboratory catalog and registrar notebooks: Frick series

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Identifier: VPA 62a
Scope and Contents The relationship between the American Museum of Natural History and the Childs Frick Corporation has been in existence since 1923. The activities of the Corporation consisted in carrying on field explorations for the fossilized remains of extinct mammals of the late Tertiary-Quaternary in areas located in the states of New Mexico, Nebraska, Wyoming, Kansas, North and South Dakota, California, Alaska, etc. The recovered remains were sent to the Frick Laboratory at the American Museum of...
Dates: undated

Frick Laboratory collection of records and volumes

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Identifier: VPA 56a
Scope and Contents The Frick expeditions were undertaken by field parties working in various states, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Mexico, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming, and other countries, including Mexico, Ecuador, Honduras, and Abyssinia. The collection of material lists, correspondence, and indexes represent the historical activities of the working field parties while engaged in various explorations in...
Dates: 1924-1965

Frick Laboratory specimen catalogs

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Identifier: VPA 61
Scope and Contents The relationship between the American Museum of Natural History and the Childs Frick Corporation has been in existence since 1923. The activities of the Corporation consisted in carrying out field explorations of fossilized remains of extinct mammals in Vertebrate Paleontology. The Frick expeditions were undertaken by field parties working in various states, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Mexico, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota,...
Dates: circa 1920-1960

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  • Repository: Department of Vertebrate Paleontology Archives X
  • Names: Sternfeld, Ruth, d. 2007 X
  • Names: American Museum of Natural History. Frick Laboratories X

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