SIA RU007172, Jackson, Hartley H. T (Hartley Harrad Thompson) 1881-1976, Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers, circa 1883-1976
- Jackson, Hartley H. T (Hartley Harrad Thompson) 1881-1976
- Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers, circa 1883-1976
- 1883, 1883-1976
- Hartley H. T. Jackson (1881-1976) was born in Wisconsin. His early studies in zoology brought him into contact with Ludwig Kumlien, later his college professor, and Ned Hollister, then a Wisconsin naturalist. Following Jackson's graduation from Milton College in 1904, he taught school for several years before entering the University of Wisconsin. In 1910, the Bureau of Biological Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture offered Jackson a position on its staff, and he was placed in charge of the Bureau's mammal collection. In 1924, he became Chief of the Division of Biological Investigations and in 1936 was placed in charge of the Section of Wildlife Surveys, later Biological Surveys. He remained in that position until 1951 when the Section was merged with that of Distribution and Migration of Birds, and he became Mammalogist in the new Section of Distribution of Birds and Mammals. Jackson's primary research interests were the mammalogy of Wisconsin, the life zone concept of Clinton Hart Merriam, and the taxonomy and distribution of mammals
- Jackson was one of the founders of the American Society of Mammalogists and served as Chairman of its organizing committee in 1919. He also served the Society as Corresponding Secretary, 1919-1925; Editor of the Journal of Mammalogy, 1925-1929; and President, 1938-1940
- The papers of Jackson include correspondence and material concerning the American Society of Mammalogists, the War Production Board, the Baird Ornithological Club, and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences; travel itineraries, bibliography, correspondence, and other materials concerning Jackson's official and scientific work including biological surveys of Wisconsin, evaluations of a project to eradicate malarial mosquitoes, distribution of mammals, Civil Service testing for biological positions, the Bureau of Biological Survey's work in Alaska, and wildlife research; glass negatives of field trips and Alaska; photographs of Jackson, his family, and professional colleagues; publications of Jackson and materials relating to his Mammals of Wisconsin; biographical information on Jackson; memberships and awards; personal correspondence; and a diary, 1908
- Entomology, Natural history, Ornithology, Mammalogy
- Jackson, Hartley H. T (Hartley Harrad Thompson) 1881-1976, Kumlien, Ludwig 1853-1902, Hollister, N (Ned) 1876-1924, Merriam, C. Hart (Clinton Hart) 1855-1942, American Society of Mammalogists, Baird Ornithological Club of Washington, D.C, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, United States War Production Board, United States Civil Service Commission, United States Bureau of Biological Survey, a Milton Academy (Milton, Wis.), University of Wisconsin, United States Dept. of Agriculture
- Photographs, Collection descriptions
- Local Number:
- SIA RU007172
- Physical Description:
- 3.1 linear meters
Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives
Table of Contents
- Collection Overview
- Historical Note
- Descriptive Entry
- Index Terms
- Administrative Information
- Container List
- Series 1 - CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED MATERIALS CONCERNING ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES, CIRCA 1936-1959.
- Series 2 - CORRESPONDENCE, NOTES AND RELATED MATERIALS CONCERNING OFFICIAL AND PROFESSIONAL WORK AND PUBLICATIONS, CIRCA 1914-1967.
- Series 3 - ADD ACQUISITION, CIRCA 1863-1976. (SEE ALSO SERIES 5)
- Series 4 - LANTERN SLIDE PLATES OF FIELD TRIPS AND ALASKA, CIRCA 1889-1929.
- Series 5 - ADD ACQUISITION, CIRCA 1863-1976. (SEE ALSO SERIES 3)
Record Unit 7172
Jackson, Hartley H. T, (Hartley Harrad Thompson), 1881-
Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers, circa 1883-1976
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|Creator:||Jackson, Hartley H. T, (Hartley Harrad Thompson), 1881-|
|Title:||Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers|
|Quantity:||3.1 linear meters.|
|Collection:||Record Unit 7172|
|Language of Materials:||English|
Hartley H. T. Jackson (1881-1976) was a native of Milton, Wisconsin where he started his studies in zoology at age 11. In his early years he became acquainted with Ludwig Kumlien, later his college teacher, and Ned Hollister, then a Wisconsin naturalist. Following his graduation in 1904 from Milton College he taught science in Missouri, Wisconsin and Illinois before taking a graduate scholarship at the University of Wisconsin, where he received his Master's degree in 1909. While at Wisconsin, Jackson taught laboratory zoology and identified, arranged and catalogued the Department's bird collection. During the summers he worked with the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.
In 1910, the Bureau of Biological Survey offered Jackson a position on its research staff, and he was placed in charge of the Bureau's mammal collection. In 1924 he became chief of the Division of Biological Investigations and in 1936 was placed in charge of the Section of Wildlife Surveys, later Biological Surveys. He remained in that position until 1951 when the Section was merged with that of Distribution and Migration of Birds, and he became mammalogist in the new Section of Distribution of Birds and Mammals.
Jackson was one of the founders of the American Society of Mammalogists and served as chairman of its organizing committee in 1919. He has also served the Society as corresponding secretary, 1919-25; editor of the Journal of Mammalogy, 1925-1929; and president; 1938-1940.
His primary research interests were the mammalogy of his native state, the life zone concept of Clinton Hart Merriam, and the taxonomy of mammals and mammal distribution. He published extensively, his major work being the Mammals of Wisconsin, 1961.
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
The papers of Hartley H. T. Jackson were received by the Smithsonian Institution Archives in two accessions. The first accession was transferred from the Bird and Mammal Laboratories, United States Department of Interior, in 1973; an additional collection was donated by Dr. Francis Barkalow in 1981.
This collection documents the professional career and personal life of Hartley H. T. Jackson. Particularly well represented are materials documenting his career with the Bureau of Biological Survey; his research and publications on mammals; his membership in and work with professional groups and committees; and his family life. Smaller amounts of records concern his early interest in natural history and his education.
The papers include correspondence with professional associates, family members, and friends; correspondence, maps, lists, reports, and related materials documenting his government career; correspondence, photographs, awards, and other records concerning his affiliations with professional organizations, especially the American Society of Mammalogists, the Baird Ornithological Club, and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences; photographs of Jackson, his family and friends, professional colleagues, Bureau of Biological Survey field work, and other career related subjects; lantern slides of naturalists, field trips, and Alaska; a set of publications of Jackson, and related records concerning his book Mammals of Wisconsin; a diary written in 1908; biographical information on Jackson; and various materials collected by Jackson, which include pen and ink drawings by Luis Agassiz Fuertes.
This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.
- American Society of Mammalogists
- Baird Ornithological Club of Washington, D.C.
- Jackson, Hartley H. T. (Hartley Harrad Thompson), 1881-
- Mammalogists, American Society of.
- Ornithological Club of Washington, D.C., Baird.
- United States Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Biological Survey
- United States. War Production Board
- Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7172, Jackson, Hartley H. T, (Hartley Harrad Thompson), 1881-, Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers
Series 1CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED MATERIALS CONCERNING ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES, CIRCA 1936-1959.
Folder 1 Material concerning the American Society of Mammalogists including correspondence concerning meetings, editorial matters for the Journal of Mammalogy and organizational matters. Correspondents include Ira N. Gabrielson, Arno B. Cammerer, George Hines Lowery, Jr., William John Hamilton, Jr., Walter P. Taylor, A. Remington Kellogg, Eugene Raymond Hall, Alfred Brazier Howell, William B. Davis, Viola Shelly Schantz, Edward Alphonso Goldman, Tappan Gregory, Tracy I. Storer, Donald Frederick Hoffmeister and Harold Elmer Anthony, 1936, 1939-1950, 1953. Also includes program for 1959 Annual Meeting giving account of the formation of the group and pictures of the founders and past presidents, minutes of Board of Directors (1943), financial statement (1943) and issuances to members. Jackson was a founder and was president of the Society from 1938 to 1940.
Folder 2 Material concerning committees of the War Production Board including the Committee on Conservation and Preservation of Agricultural Products, Food Supplies and Livestock, Committee on Rodent and Predatory Control and the Animal Traps, Cages, Rodent Devices, etc., Simplification, Substitution and Conservation Conference Committee of which Jackson was a member. Includes correspondence with Edwin R. Kalmbach, minutes and reports, 1943.
Folder 3 Correspondence, 1946-1947, and material concerning the raising of funds for the Edward Alphonso Goldman Memorial issue of the Journal of Mammalogy.
Folder 4 Material concerning the Baird Ornithological Club including notices of meetings, 1948-1949.
Folder 5 Correspondence and material concerning the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, 1954-1956. Correspondents include Walter E. Scott.
Series 2CORRESPONDENCE, NOTES AND RELATED MATERIALS CONCERNING OFFICIAL AND PROFESSIONAL WORK AND PUBLICATIONS, CIRCA 1914-1967.
Folder 6 Maps of life zones of North America and the United States prepared by Clinton Hart Merriam, Vernon Orlando Bailey, Edward Wilson Nelson and Edward Alexander Preble, 1897, 1910.
Folder 7 Material concerning the work of Dr. Charles A. Campbell in cultivating bats in order to eradicate malarial mosquitoes. Includes copies of statements by Campbell, residents of the area where he experimented and a Bureau of Biological Survey entomologist who examined his work, correspondence of Leland Ossian Howard, William Campbell Gorgas, Edward Wilson Nelson and Henry Wetherbee Henshaw evaluating Campbell's work and a photo of his experimental roost, 1914-1916.
Folder 8 Correspondence of Edward Wilson Nelson, Hartley H. T. Jackson and William Bonar Bell concerning cooperative work with Wisconsin on a biological survey of that state, 1917, 1933.
Folder 9 Correspondence of Jackson concerning inspection of specimens, observations of mammals, removal of skunk odor, and with the Edward Alphonso Goldman family. Correspondents include Ned Hollister, 1918, 1922-1923, 1927, 1938-1947, 1951-1952, 1954-1955, 1962.
Folder 10 Material concerning the distribution of mammals including statistics, distributional maps, charts and correspondence of Edward Alphonso Goldman, 1933-1934, 1938-1941, 1947-1949.
Folder 11 Material concerning the preparation of Civil Service tests for biology-related positions, 1935, 1938-1943.
Folders 12-13 Material concerning Bureau of Biological Survey work in Alaska. Includes memoranda, reports, project proposals, and correspondence, 1935-1943. Correspondents include Stanley Paul Young, William Bonar Bell, Lawrence J. Palmer, Frank Dufresne, Frederick C. Lincoln, Ira N. Gabrielson, Winney E. Crouch and Olaus Johan Murie.
Folders 1-2 Photographs of Alaska including portraits of Eskimos, wildlife, scenery, Juneau, Nome, St. Michael, Ruby.
Folder 3 Travel itineraries of Hartley H. T. Jackson, 1936.
Folder 4 Material concerning Bureau of Biological Survey program of wildlife research, 1938, 1940, 1942-1944.
Folder 5 Statement by Jackson on the term "mammal," 1939.
Folder 6 "Published Writings of Arthur Holmes Howell (1872-1940)" by H. H. T. Jackson, 1967 from University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous publications No.47, pp. 1-15.
Series 3ADD ACQUISITION, CIRCA 1863-1976. (SEE ALSO SERIES 5)
Photographs of Hartley H. T. Jackson, Family and Friends
Folders 7-13 Hartley H. T. Jackson, circa 1880-1970
Series 4LANTERN SLIDE PLATES OF FIELD TRIPS AND ALASKA, CIRCA 1889-1929.
Folder 1 Lantern slide plates of Charles S. Sheldon; William King Gregory; Foster Ellenborough Lascelles Beal, Albert Kenrick Fisher, Arthur Holmes Howell, Harry Church Oberholser, Mrs. Morrison and Sylvester Dwight Judd; Leonhard Stejneger, Frank Hall Knowlton, Vernon Orlando Bailey, Clinton Hart Merriam, Elizabeth Gosnell Merriam on the San Francisco Mountain Expedition, 1889; Joseph Harvey Riley and Ned Hollister, 1911; Alfred Brazier Howell, 1916; Frank Stephens, Hollister Jones, Joseph S. Dixon and Joseph Grinnell, 15 May 1910 on the bank of the Colorado River, near Pilot Knob, California; Adolph H. Schultz and O. R. Langworthy, 1928; Glover Morrill Allen, 1927 and Witmer Stone, 1926.
Folder 2 Lantern slide plates of William J. Morden, 1926; Hartley H. T. Jackson (cracked); B. Brown and Henry Fairfield Osborn, 1897; Ernst Huber, 1928; William J. Norden, 1926; "Jo Mailliard's Wings of Bohemia," James T. Clark, 1926; Edmund Heller; Peterson, Wortman, Granger and Thomson, 1895.
Folder 3 Lantern slide plates of Walter P. Taylor and Harold C. Bryant, July 24, 1910 at Parker Creek, Warner Mountains, Modoc County, California on the Warner Mountain field trip; Harold Elmer Anthony, 1915; Vernon Orlando Bailey, Wilfred Hudson Osgood, Edward William Nelson and Albert Kenrick Fisher; Theodore Sherman Palmer, 1891; Gerrit Smith Miller, Jr., 1897; A. Remington Kellogg and Marcus H. Hanna, 1916; Edward Alexander Preble and Mollie Harper, ca. 1928; Vernon Orlando Bailey, Clinton Hart Merriam, Theodore Sherman Palmer and Albert Kenrick Fisher, 1891; Vernon Orlando Bailey; Hartley H. T. Jackson and Wilfred Hudson Osgood, 1929.
Folder 4 Lantern slide plates of Fishing for tom cods on sea ice - Unalakleet, Alaska; Chief of Biological Survey photographing reindeer; Winter reindeer camp, inland from Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, March 1917; Sperm Whale, Whaling Station, Alaska; Eskimo Fish Caches at the mouth of Neukiuk River, Alaska; Walrus hunting on sea ice, Bering Straits - Siberian side; Moose feeding on fallen birch treetop, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska; Dead Walrus on ice off Nome, Bering Sea, Alaska; Arthur Holmes Howell studying boll-weevil in Texas and unidentified scenery.
Series 5ADD ACQUISITION, CIRCA 1863-1976. (SEE ALSO SERIES 3)
Photographs of Hartley H. T. Jackson, Family and Friends
Folders 1-9 Hartley H. T. Jackson, circa 1880-1970
Folders 1-5 Anna Marcia Jackson, circa 1880-1950
Folders 6-7 Hartley H. T. & Anna Marcia Jackson, circa 1910-1950
Folders 1-8 Relatives & Friends, circa 1870-1910
Folders 1-6 Relatives & Friends, circa 1890-1940
Folders 7-8 Relatives & Friends, circa 1940-1970
Folder 9 Photographs colored by Anna Marcia Jackson, circa 1938
Folder 10 Film Index of photographs taken by Jackson
Photographs of Professional Colleagues
Folder 11 John Merton Aldrich, 1941
Folder 12 Joel Asaph Allen, circa 1885
Folder 13 Harold Elmer Anthony, 1915
Folder 14 Vernon Orlando Bailey, Wilfred Hudson Osgood, Edward William Nelson, Albert Kenrick Fisher, undated
Folder 15 Vernon Orlando & Florence Merriam Bailey, circa 1920, 1924-1926, 1928-1929, 1935 and undated
Folder 16 Herbert Spencer Barber, undated
Folder 17 Foster Ellenborough Lascelles Beal, 1916
Folder 18 Sidney Fay Blake, 1925
Folder 19 Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. Brandt & sons, circa 1923
Folder 20 Lily Carrasco, 1935
Folder 21 James T. Clark, undated
Folder 22 Professor Wells Woodbridge Cooke, circa 1915
Folder 23 Frederick Vernon Coville, 1921
Folder 24 Ed Crobb, 1917
Folder 25 Albert Kenrick Fisher, 1921
Folder 26 A. D. Gallott, 1912
Folder 27 Marshall C. Gardner, 1947
Folder 28 James H. Gaut, circa 1904
Folder 29 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Alphonso Goldman, circa 1936, 1937 and undated
Folder 30 William King Gregory, circa 1910
Folder 31 Arthur Hardisty, undated
Folder 32 Mr. & Mrs. Francis Harper, 1925
Folder 33 Edmund Heller, undated
Folder 34 Walter Cleaveland Henderson, circa 1926
Folder 35 E. J. Holbrook, 1930
Folder 36 Ned Hollister & Joseph Harvey Riley, circa 1911, 1921, 1922, 1924, and undated
Folder 37 Arthur Holmes Howell, undated
Folder 38 Koob & Karlberg, undated
Folder 39 Ludwig Kumlien, 1894 (Accession 06-172)
Folder 40 John Lawrence, 1930
Folder 41 B. V. Lilly, undated
Folder 42 John Alden Loring, 1893
Folder 43 Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. 1922
Folder 44 Joseph Mailliard, undated
Folder 45 John Malloch, A. Remington Kellogg, Wesley Frank Kubichek, F. H. Mahlman, Franklin Metcalf, H. L. Vierecke, Waldo Lee McAtee, Elsie Bealle, Charles C. Sperry, undated
Folder 46 William M. Mann, 1926, 1941
Folder 47 Waldo Lee McAtee, 1926
Folder 48 Clinton Hart Merriam, circa 1947
Folder 49 Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Hart Merriam, Frank Hall Knowlton, Leonhard Stejneger, Vernon Orlando Bailey, undated
Folder 50 Gerrit Smith Miller, Jr. circa 1943
Folder 51 J. Paul Miller, 1937
Folder 52 John D. Mitchell, 1916
Folder 53 Olaus Johan Murie, 1940
Folder 54 Arnold Lars Nelson, circa 1935
Folder 55 Donald John Nicholson, 1937
Folder 56 Ortenburger, undated
Folder 1 Henry Fairfield Osborn & Barnum Brown, 1897
Folder 2 Wilfred Hudson Osgood, undated
Folder 3 Lawrence J. Palmer, 1940
Folder 4 Ralph Simon Palmer, 1945
Folder 5 H. E. Peck, circa 1913
Folder 6 O. A. Peterson, J. L. Wortman, Walter Granger, Albert Thomson, circa 1895
Folder 7 Arthur J. Poole, circa 1921
Folder 8 Daniel Irvin Rasmussen, Anna Marcia Jackson, Ruby Marshall, William H. Marshall, 1938
Folder 9 Artie Richards, circa 1912
Folder 10 Percy Leroy Ricker, 1921
Folder 11 Mrs. Robert Ridgway, 1926
Folder 12 Albert C. Rogers, undated
Folder 13 Mr. Ruddington & Col. Sheldon, undated
Folder 14 W. M. Rush, 1916
Folder 15 Sigvald Salvesen, circa 1926
Folder 16 Dr. Scheffer, 1944
Folder 17 F. J. W. Schmidt, 1927
Folder 18 Elmer R. Scholl, 1947
Folder 19 Ernest Thompson Seton, undated
Folder 20 Margaret R. Shaw, circa 1941
Folder 21 William T. Shaw & George G. Cantwell, 1950
Folder 22 Carolyn Sheldon, 1937
Folder 23 Harry H. Sheldon, 1919
Folder 24 William E. Snyder, 1902
Folder 25 Leonhard Stejneger, 1937
Folder 26 Witmer Stone, undated
Folder 27 Katheryne C. Tabb & Viola Shelly Schantz, circa 1947
Folder 28 Walter P. Taylor, 1916
Folder 29 John B. Vrooman, 1916
Folder 30 George Wagner, undated
Folder 31 Alex Walker, undated
Folder 32 Ernest Pillsbury Walker, 1930
Folder 33 Alexander Wetmore, circa 1913, 1917, 1922, 1967, and undated
Folder 34 Fay Holloway Wetmore, Flo Gidley, Mabel Hollister, Mary Oberholser, undated
Folder 35 Elmer Williams, 1930
Folder 36 W. W. Worthington, undated
Folder 37 Unidentified
Photographs Relating to the Professional Career of Hartley H. T. Jackson
Folder 38 Mammals, circa 1900-1950
Folder 39 Birds, circa 1900-1950
Folder 40 Birds eggs, circa 1910-1930
Folders 41-42 Landscapes, circa 1900-1950
Folder 1 Landscapes, circa 1900-1950
Folder 2 Album of Landscapes and Birds eggs, undated
Folder 3 Reptiles, circa 1920-1940
Folder 4 National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) Building (interior)
Folders 5-7 Photographs of United States Biological Survey Staff and Field Work. #1 - #8591
Folders 1-10 Photographs of United States Biological Survey Staff and Field Work. #8613 - #61903
Folders 11-14 Photographs of United States Biological Survey Staff and Field Work. #53668 - #61903
Folder 15 Biological Survey Staff, 1933
Folder 16 Miscellaneous identified photographs, circa 1900-1940
Folder 17 Zoological Staff (U.S. National Museum), 1949
Folder 18 Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, 1947
Group Photographs: American Ornithologists' Union, 1910, 1937, 1941; American Society of Mammalogists, undated; Biological Survey, 1936; North American Wildlife Conference, undated; Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, 1964.
Biological Survey Photographs, undated; American Society of Mammalogists, Group Photographs, 1925, 1947, 1959; Certificates, undated.
Folder 1 Baird Ornithological Club of Washington D.C., 1948
Folder 2 American Society of Mammalogists, 1925, 1938, 1950
Folder 3 National Convention of Mammalogists, 1940
Folder 4 American Ornithologists' Union, 1883, 1895, 1899, 1910
Folders 5-9 Miscellaneous unidentified photographs, circa 1900-1970
Folders 1-3 Miscellaneous identified photographs, circa 1900-1970
Folders 4-5 Negatives
Folder 6 A, general correspondence
Folders 7-9 American Society of Mammalogists, 1926-1976
Folder 1 John Warren Aldrich, 1961, 1969, 1972-1974
Folder 2 B, general correspondence
Folder 3 C, general correspondence
Folder 4 D, general correspondence
Folder 5 William C. Daland, 1912-1916
Folder 6 E, general correspondence
Folder 7 F, general correspondence
Folder 8 Albert Kenrick Fisher, 1902-1905
Folder 9 G, general correspondence
Folder 10 H, general correspondence
Folder 11 F. Gregory Hall, 1917, 1919, 1921
Folder 12 Richard P. Harland, 1974
Folder 13 Henry Wetherbee Henshaw - Qualifications statement for Chief of United States Biological Survey 1911
Folder 14 Ned Hollister, 1902-1904, 1906, 1908, 1910
Folder 15 Samuel J. Holmes, 1910-1911
Folder 16 Robert Day Hoyt, 1902-1905
Folder 17 J, general correspondence
Folder 18 K, general correspondence
Folder 19 L, general correspondence
Folder 20 Roxie Collie Laybourne, 1972-1974
Folder 21 M, general correspondence
Folder 22 Waldo Lee McAtee, 1942-1946
Folder 23 Clinton Hart Merriam, 1888-1890, 1902, 1904-1905, 1907, 1910, 1914
Folder 24 Correspondence relating to bill for Protection of Game in Alaska, (includes some correspondence from Clinton Hart Merriam)
Folder 25 Richard A. Muttkowski, 1914
Folder 26 N, general correspondence
Folder 27 Edward William Nelson, 1907, 1912
Folder 28 H. V. Ogden, 1904
Folder 29 P, general correspondence
Folder 30 R, general correspondence
Folder 31 S, general correspondence
Folder 32 Arlie William Schorger, 1945, 1969-1970
Folder 33 Henry H. Severin, 1910-1912
Folder 34 Victor Ernest Shelford, 1914
Folder 35 T, general correspondence
Folder 36 John Thompson, 1898-1899, 1925
Folder 37 U, general correspondence
Folder 38 W, general correspondence
Folder 39 George Wagner, 1910-1914
Folder 40 Edward Royal Warren, 1907-1908
Folder 41 Alexander Wetmore, 1912
Folder 42 William D. Zeedyk, 1973
Personal Correspondence and Diary
Folders 1-2 Correspondence with friends and relatives, 1863-1975
Folder 3 Hartley H. T. & Anna Marcia Jackson, post cards, 1908-1923
Folder 4 Correspondence to Mrs. Stephanie Hall, 1969-1970
Folder 5 Christmas cards with letters
Folder 6 Diary, 1908
Folder 7 Anna Marcia Jackson correspondence, 1901
Biographical Information on Hartley H. T. Jackson
Folders 8-10 Biographical information, circa 1889-1975
Folder 1 Biographical information, undated
Material Relating to MAMMALS OF WISCONSIN.
Folder 2 Mammals of Wisconsin, Correspondence and related materials
Folder 3 Mammals of Wisconsin, correspondence regarding advertising, sales & publicity
Folder 4 Mammals of Wisconsin, Reviews
Folder 5 Mammals of Wisconsin, related materials. See also Boxes 20-21.
Memberships and Awards
Folder 6 Department of the Interior Meritorious Service Award, 1951
Folder 7 Milton College, Shaw Memorial Library - Alumni Association Directors' Club Medal
Folder 8 The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters Medal 1870-1970
Folder 1 Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, Membership plaque
Folder 2 Wisconsin Society for Ornithology, Inc. Membership List as of January 17, 1976.
Folder 3 American Ornithologists' Union Committee ribbon, undated
Folder 4 Washington Academy of Sciences, Membership certificates, 1915, 1931
Folder 5 The American Society of Mammalogists, Membership certificates, 1942, 1952
Folder 6 Biological Society of Washington, Membership certificate, 1952
Folder 7 The Ecological Society of America, Membership certificate, 1916
Folder 8 The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Membership certificate, undated
Folder 9 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Membership certificate, 1914
Folder 10 Constitution of the Pacific Coast Mammalogical Club, 1904
Folder 11 Constitution & By-Laws of the Orophilian Lyceum of Milton College, undated
Specimen lists of Other Naturalists
Folder 12 Specimen lists of A. S. Allen 1890
Folder 13 Specimen lists of Charles F. Carr 1890
Folder 14 Specimen lists of Ludwig Kumlein 1890
Folder 15 Specimen lists of H. L. Skavlem 1890
Folder 16 Specimen lists of J. R. Slonaker 1892
Folder 17 Specimen lists of Reuben Myron Strong 1890
Folder 18 Specimen lists of Annabell C. Whitcomb 1893
Folders 19-20 Notes and articles on mammals by Jackson
Folder 21 Map of proposals for Wichita Mts. Wildlife Refuge
Folder 22 Notebook kept by Jackson from Lecture Course in Bionomics at University of Wisconsin 1908-1909
Folder 23 Miscellaneous Illustrations
Folder 24 Miscellaneous Maps
Folder 25 The Saturday Lectures - Joint Commission of the Anthropological, Biological, Chemical, National Geographic, & Philosophical Societies of Washington 1888-1889. Correspondence relating to scheduling speakers.
Folder 26 Base Maps of Wisconsin for the Biological Survey
Folder 1 Prints of Canadian mammals by Allan C. Brooks
Folder 2 Charts of mammal distribution, catalogue & journal
Folder 3 Bird pen and ink drawings by Luis Agassiz Fuertes
Folder 4 Prints of birds drawn by Robert Ridgway
Publications of Hartley H. T. Jackson
Folder 5 Bibliography of H. H. T. Jackson, 1897-1966
Folders 6-8 Publications of Jackson, #1 - #684
Folders 1-6 Publications of Jackson, #685 - #961
Folder 7 Material concerning the Mammals of Wisconsin. Includes correspondence with the University of Wisconsin Press and others concerning publication matters, corrections, and illustrations.
Folders 1-2 Correspondence, advertising, and reviews relating to Mammals of Wisconsin
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