Charles A. and June R. P. Ross Archives
Description of the Material
Includes photocopies of field notebooks from Charlie Ross (Glass Mountains), locality information pertaining to Charlie's fusulinid localities and June's bryozoan localities, photographs and negatives of specimens, and miscellaneous documents.
- 1953 - 2002
Language of Materials
2 Linear Feet
The archives of Charles A. and June R. P. Ross. These include maps, field notebooks, and photographs.
June Rosa Pitt Ross was born May 2, 1931 in Taree, NSW, Australia. She went to the University of Sydney to earn a BSc, PhD, and DSc. She did post-doctoral work under an AAUW (American Association of University Women) scholarship at Yale University (and Peabody Museum of Natural History). June taught biology at Western Washington University from 1967-2004. She was active in both the International Association of Bryozoologists and the Paleontological Society.
Charles Alexander Ross was born 16 Apr 1933 in Champaign, IL. He completed a BA at the University of Colorado before coming to Yale University for his PhD. He worked for a few years at the Illinois State Geological Survey before joining the geology faculty at Western Washington University in 1964. His work focuses primarily on Pennsylvanian-Permian foraminifera and their use in biostratigraphy.
- Charles A. and June R. P. Ross Archives
- Edited Full Draft
- Samantha Murphy
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- Finding Aid Created In Accordance With Manuscripts And Archives Processing Manual
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.