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Call Number: IPAR.001050
Overview: The archives of Thomas W. Amsden including maps, field notes and photographs. These focus on his 1947 Yale dissertation, "Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Brownsport Silurian of western Tennessee."
Call Number: IPAR.001061
Overview: The archives of Joseph G. Carter including field notes, photographs and locality information. Much of the material is photographs and drawings used in publications.
Call Number: ENTAR.001722
Overview: Miscellaneous Archives from associated people with in the department of Entomology.
Call Number: VPAR.000255
Overview: The archives of John Bell Hatcher notably including specimen lists, notebooks (personal and field), correspondence and some biographical materials. All relate to his time at Yale.
Call Number: VPAR.000264
Overview: The archives of Glen Lowell Jepsen are related to the Princeton collection. Notably include manuscrpt material, field notes and correspondence from 1928-1968 during which he served the Princeton vertabrate paleontology division and Geological Museum.
Call Number: IPAR.001043
Overview: The archives of Neil H. Landman including locality information, photographs, and copies of notebooks. This collection focuses on Landman's work with scaphitid ammonoids.
Call Number: ANTAR.045624
Overview: This electronic archive contains documentation supporting the research collection of items assembled between 1986 and 2018 by Leedom Lefferts and Louise Allison Cort. Their research focused on increasing an understanding of present-day earthenware and stoneware ceramic production in Mainland Southeast Asia. The archive consists of written, visual, and material documentation of a structured series of field trips to the region, covering 207 sites. It also includes the results of briefer...
Call Number: IPAR.001246
Overview: The achrives of Copeland MacClintock encompassing his career at Yale. These include maps, field notebooks, biographical information, and an extensive oral history.
Call Number: IPAR.001023
Overview: The archives of A. Lee McAlester including mostly maps and photographs encompassing his career at Yale. These focus on his 1960 Yale dissertation, "Pelecypod faunas of the Late Devonian Chemung Stage, central New York."