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Ornithology

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 records:

"A collection of original drawings illustrating the ornithology of the Orientals"

 Collection
Call Number: MS Q14
Overview Collection of 190 pictures of birds in watercolor, pen, and pencil, by several artists, as well as 2 title pages, board, and spine. Includes birds found in Australia, India, and New Guinea.
Dates: After 1801?

Accipetres, from G. R. Gray’s Genera of Birds

 Collection
Call Number: MS G40
Overview This collection consists of a single volume containing notes for an ornithological work, as well as loose material removed from the volume. The section Accipitres from G. R. Gray's Genera of Birds, 1849 (42 printed pages) has been placed into this volume and is heavily annotated, interleaved with many sheets of lined blue paper containing extensive annotations on and additions to the text. The additions are largely citations of dated nomenclature up to 1875; but...
Dates: 1875?

Elliott Coues correspondence

 Collection
Call Number: MS 117
Overview Collection of correspondence from Elliott Coues, an American ornithologist and Army surgeon, mainly with natural historian George Newbold Lawrence.
Dates: 1868-1873; 1897

Papers of Harry Harris

 Collection
Call Number: MS 29
Overview This collection consists of notes on books, ornithology, travel, libraries, collected and kept by Harry Harris, a lifelong ornithologist who spent much of his life either in MIssouri or California.
Dates: approximately 1895-1951; also bibliographical information from 16th-20th centuries

Personal papers of Philip S. Humphrey

 Collection
Call Number: PP 418
Overview Philip S. Humphrey joined the faculty at the University of Kansas as the Director of the Natural History Museum in 1967. As Director, Humphrey oversaw two expansions of the Natural History Museum (Dyche Hall). The collection includes correspondence, research data, reports, journals, and manuscripts.
Dates: 1955 - 1996

Ralph Ellis archives

 Collection
Call Number: MS 36
Overview Ralph Ellis (1908-1945) was an avid collector of books, particularly those pertaining to natural history and ornithology; he worked diligently to expand his library of Natural History books, especially those pertaining to birds and mammals. In 1936, Ellis purchased the greater part of the John Gould library from a London bookseller. He also subscribed to numerous journals, joined dozens of societies, and pieced together complete back files of periodicals. Ellis' collection of books and papers...
Dates: 1898 - 1972