Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, diaries, notebooks and manuscripts (autograph and typed) for articles and prospective books, notes for Man in the Arctic, both book and lecture series. Also includes clippings from newspapers and periodicals, audio tapes, film, photography and memorabilia as well as field notes from the Stoll-McCracken Expedition (1928). The field notes include a journal, drawings and loose pages both original and typed copies.
The collection consists of unprocessed material: letters, papers, photographs and sheet music. According to biographical information, Seton's friends while working at the AMNH included ornithologist Frank M. Chapman; William T. Hornaday, the first director of the New York Zoological Park; and zoologist Elliott Coues.
The collection consists of correspondence, notebooks, data cards, articles, notes and other research material, and personal papers. The first group of 51 boxes has had preliminary processing, with pencilled notations on the outside indicating each box's contents. Subjects include Edwards, Mead, Fabricius, and Pike's Peak. The second group of 9 boxes is unprocessed material. A bibliography of Brown's publications is filed with the collection.