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Cyril F. dos Passos papers, 1932-1978

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .D67
Scope and content The collection consists of minimally processed material. It is primarily correspondence, with some administrative papers, notes, newspaper clippings and a few personal and family photographs. Some general subject headings are noted in pencil on the outside of the boxes, such as Lepidoptera, Entomology, Zoological nomenclature and Carnegie [Institute]. Correspondents include F. Martin Brown, Jeane D. Gunder, Alexander B. Klots and Charles Lee Remington.

Department of Entomology correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: DR 065-066
Scope and Contents Three letterpress copybooks of outgoing correspondence from Curators in the Department of Entomology, with alphabetical index of addressee. Miscellaneous records and correspondence.

Department of Entomology notebooks, circa 1920-1986

 Collection
Identifier: DR 068
Scope and content Field notes, drawings, photographs, negatives, publications, maps from excursions. Photographs are attached to paper in binders. Notebooks and correspondence from the Department of Entomology. Several containers labeled "Crosby and Bishop".

Department of Entomology papers, circa 1896-1970

 Collection
Identifier: DR 067
Scope and content Field notes from Frank E. Watson, the first steward of Lepidoptera at American Museum of Natural History. Field notes begin in 1896 and end in 1947, the time of Watson's death. Concerned chiefly with butterflies collecting in the West Indies and northeastern United States. Also included are field notes from Fred Rindge, insect collecting expedition (primarily in the United States) from 1955-1970. Papers, records, notebooks, metal index card container and research of the Department of...

Henry Edwards papers, 1854-1897

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .E39-.E391

Frank E. Lutz collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .L88
Scope and content The collection consists of two boxes of handwritten notes and notebooks, typescripts, correspondence and publications, with accompanying photoprints, most relating to Lutz's research, with a few personal items. Box 2 contains three 78 rpm recordings of insect and frog sounds. The bulk of the research notes involve Lutz's work on insect sounds, primarily those of grasshoppers and crickets, with some of bees and frogs; and of his experiments with ultraviolet patterns in butterflies. Most of this...

Thomas E. Bean papers, 1877-1961

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .B42

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