John F. Lance Papers
John F. Lance (1916-1991), was a geologist and vertebrate paleontologist. He spent most of his professional career at the University of Arizona and the National Science Foundation. This accession primarily documents Lance's research on vertebrate fossils and includes correspondence; field, laboratory, and research notes; reports; publications; manuscripts and illustrations; and photographs …
Arthur Lakes Journals
The journals of Arthur Lakes record his observations while exploring for saurian fossils at Morrison, Colorado, 1877; Como Station, Wyoming, 1879; and various other locations. The journals also contain lectures and notes on the discovery of fossil vertebrates.
Charles Lewis Gazin Papers
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
This record unit consists of records of the Department of Vertebrate Zoology, primarily under the chairmanships of George E. Watson and Robert H. Gibbs, Jr., with additional material from the tenures of Philip S. Humphrey, George R. Zug, W. Ronald Heyer, and Richard W. Thorington, Jr. The records include memoranda …
This collection contains a variety of materials documenting the lives and careers of scientists from a wide range of fields, including mammalogy, ornithology, ichthyology, herpetology, botany, entomology, paleontology and geology. Also included are files on conservationists, taxidermists, historical figures, explorers, frontiersmen, and hunters. The files include biographies, news clippings, press …
This accession consists of manuscripts, notes and fossil lists created or maintained by Charles Elmer Resser of the United States National Museum, Division of Invertebrate Paleontology and Paleobotany.
This accession consists of information files on paleontology and paleobiology. Materials include photographs, clippings and articles.
Ellis Leon Yochelson Papers
These records consist of correspondence, research materials, college records, and published materials of Ellis Leon Yochelson documenting his paleontological research and work with the United States Geological Survey.
This accession consists of the "Cerro Ballena" website as it existed on June 16, 2014. Cerro Ballena is a unique paleontological site located in the Atacama Region of Chile. In 2010, paleontologists discovered a rich fossil site containing dozens of whale skeletons, along with the remains of other extinct marine mammals and other …
This accession consists of the "Cerro Ballena" website as it existed on December 8, 2016. Cerro Ballena is a unique paleontological site located in the Atacama Region of Chile. In 2010, paleontologists discovered a rich fossil site containing dozens of whale skeletons, along with the remains of other extinct marine mammals and other …