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Field notes

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Frick Corporation, Childs Frick and American Museum of Natural History papers and records

 Collection
Identifier: VPA 21
Scope and Contents Since 1923 there has been a relationship between the American Museum of Natural History and the Childs Frick Corporation. The early relationship was by means of the Pliocene Fund established by Mr. Frick at the Museum to finance certain work carried out by Mr. Frick in Vertebrate Paleontology. The original fund was begun by a donation from Mr. Frick's mother, Mrs. Henry C. Frick, and replenished from time to time by members of the family. The fund was spent only in accordance with the direction...

American Museum of Natural History, Division of Paleontology records of expeditions, collections, purchases, gifts, and specimen lists

 Collection
Identifier: VPA 43
Scope and Contents The Harold James Cook Memorial Collection of Fossil Mammals consists of photocopies of the Barbour-Cook correspondence from the letters at the University of Nebraska Archives and original correspondence and shipping lists with Morris F. Skinner who prepared the collection for shipping to AMNH. Also includes the John Collins Warren papers. Listings were made of various collections in the AMNH which were acquired through purchase or on expeditions of the Museum itself. The lists give dates,...

Morris F. Skinner correspondence and diaries

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Identifier: VPA 27b
Scope and Contents A complimentary collection to VPA 27a, this collection contains 26 original notebooks (1930-1943) held in Boxes 1-2 that record information on first semester work, camera equipment, personal notations, survey 1936, Shirley M. Skinner DVP, and field sections; 57 Diaries (1937-1989) held in Boxes 3-10 that contain anything that Skinner was involved with at the time, scientific and personal; 7 spiral notebooks (1928-1936) held in Box 10 that contain photocopied field notes. Box 2 contains 4...

Morris F. Skinner field notebooks

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Identifier: VPA 27a
Scope and Contents After Morris F. Skinner died in Ainsworth, Nebraska in 1989, his wife, Marie, donated his 33 pocket notebooks or field notebooks dating from 1936 - 1980 and 13 black notebooks or box lists from 1938-1972. The field diaries and notebooks had been stored in Ainsworth until Morris Skinner's death. They are mainly written in pencil and are rather fragile. The pocket notebooks contain anything that Skinner was involved with at the time, scientific and personal. They include, among other...

Morris F. Skinner papers

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Identifier: VPA 24
Scope and Contents Morris F. Skinner's personal papers, correspondence, administration, field and study notes, maps, photographs and drawings, and bison study. Some notable names that are mentioned are Ted Galusha, Jean Hough, F. Walker Johnson, and Childs Frick. Boxes 1-2 contain correspondence and administration. Box 3 contains administation and annual reports. Box 4 contains administration and field notes. Box 5 contains field notes and study notes. Box 6 contains field notes and publications. Box 7 contains...

Morris F. Skinner photographs

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Identifier: VPA 28
Scope and Contents After Morris F. Skinner died in Ainsworth, Nebraska in 1989, his wife, Marie, brought together all the photographs and negatives remaining in their home and deposited them in the Museum archives. The photographs have been arranged in individual envelopes by date with short descriptions in five boxes. Contains photographs from the field.