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Call Number: IPAR.001034
Overview: The archives of Charles Emerson Beecher including illustrations, catalogs, notes and locality information encompassing his career at Yale, and focusing on his work with fossil invertebrates.
Call Number: IPAR.001158
Overview: The archives of Frederick A. Braun including personal collection notes, his original catalog, and information regarding the contents and sale of his collection to Yale.
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: IPAR.001003
Overview: The archives consist of field notebooks from 1914-1957, photographs of both specimens and localities, inventories of specimens and localities, miscellaneous material gathered for notes and lectures, unpublished manuscripts, and correspondence. There are also hydrographic and topographic maps of Newfoundland, and topographic maps of Illinois, Nebraska, Oklahoma, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Colorado, and Missouri.
Call Number: IPAR.001070
Overview: The archives consist of annotated topographic maps of Texas (dated 1894-1929), stratigraphic sections from New Mexico and Texas, locality catalogs from Mexico (Sonora and Las Delicias), locality information from northern Africa (from his time with AOSP - American Overseas Petroleum), and negatives of brachiopods pictured in his dissertation.
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.001239
Overview: These are O C. Marsh Archives associated with the Division of Invertebrate Paleontology. This is only a small sample of his archives associated with Yale University.
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."