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A - M

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Contained In: Frederick William True Papers, circa 1886-1910

Series: SIA RU007181

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

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1886-1908

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Canada , cetaceans , Chesapeake Beach , Correspondence , Field notes , Mammalogy , Maryland , Miocene , Nomini Cliffs , Paleontology , Patuxent , Potomac , Receipts (financial records) , Timetables , United States , Virginia

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A - M

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Contained In: Frederick William True Papers, circa 1886-1910

Series: SIA RU007181

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

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True, Frederick William, 1858-1914

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Book

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Archival material

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1886-1908

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English

Correspondence, notes, drawings, expense documents, news clippings, and ferry and rail time tables are arranged alphabetically by either correspondent or scientific name of specimen. There appears to be no specific rule which determines where a particular item is filed, and correspondence with individuals is often filed by scientific name. This collection division includes material on the collection and description of specimens, professional correspondence on fossil whales, and information on collecting localities. Some items of note include a geological cross section of Calvert formation at Chesapeake Beach, Maryland; 5-page list of Miocene fossil specimens from Virginia and Maryland, noting location, scientific name, and additional geographical information, and news clippings discussing the construction of a rail line through Washington DC/Maryland area. Specimen collecting locations include Virginia (along the Potomac and Nomini Cliffs), Maryland (Chesapeake Beach, Patuxent River), and Canada. There are numerous references to Cretacean and whale fossils.

Subjects

Canada , cetaceans , Chesapeake Beach , Correspondence , Field notes , Mammalogy , Maryland , Miocene , Nomini Cliffs , Paleontology , Patuxent , Potomac , Receipts (financial records) , Timetables , United States , Virginia

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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/101438 --- English --- Correspondence, notes, drawings, expense documents, news clippings, and ferry and rail time tables are arranged alphabetically by either correspondent or scientific name of specimen. There appears to be no specific rule which determines where a particular item is filed, and correspondence with individuals is often filed by scientific name. This collection division includes material on the collection and description of specimens, professional correspondence on fossil whales, and information on collecting localities. Some items of note include a geological cross section of Calvert formation at Chesapeake Beach, Maryland; 5-page list of Miocene fossil specimens from Virginia and Maryland, noting location, scientific name, and additional geographical information, and news clippings discussing the construction of a rail line through Washington DC/Maryland area. Specimen collecting locations include Virginia (along the Potomac and Nomini Cliffs), Maryland (Chesapeake Beach, Patuxent River), and Canada. There are numerous references to Cretacean and whale fossils.},
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author = {True, Frederick William,},
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pages = {269},
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TY - BOOK
TI - A - M
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/181019
PY - 1886-1908
N1 - English --- Correspondence, notes, drawings, expense documents, news clippings, and ferry and rail time tables are arranged alphabetically by either correspondent or scientific name of specimen. There appears to be no specific rule which determines where a particular item is filed, and correspondence with individuals is often filed by scientific name. This collection division includes material on the collection and description of specimens, professional correspondence on fossil whales, and information on collecting localities. Some items of note include a geological cross section of Calvert formation at Chesapeake Beach, Maryland; 5-page list of Miocene fossil specimens from Virginia and Maryland, noting location, scientific name, and additional geographical information, and news clippings discussing the construction of a rail line through Washington DC/Maryland area. Specimen collecting locations include Virginia (along the Potomac and Nomini Cliffs), Maryland (Chesapeake Beach, Patuxent River), and Canada. There are numerous references to Cretacean and whale fossils.
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KW - cetaceans
KW - Chesapeake Beach
KW - Correspondence
KW - Field notes
KW - Mammalogy
KW - Maryland
KW - Miocene
KW - Nomini Cliffs
KW - Paleontology
KW - Patuxent
KW - Potomac
KW - Receipts (financial records)
KW - Timetables
KW - United States
KW - Virginia
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