SIA Acc. 94-135, Bickley, William E, William E. Bickley Papers, c. 1937-1980

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Summary

Creator:
Bickley, William E
Title:
William E. Bickley Papers, c. 1937-1980
Dates:
1937, 1937-1980, c 1937-1980
Summary:
William E. Bickley was an entomologist and professor at the University of Maryland. He donated his entomological collections to the National Museum of Natural History. This accession consists of correspondence, notes, lists, manuscripts, and related materials documenting Bickley's research on lacewings
Topics:
Entomology, Neuroptera
Subject:
Bickley, William E
Form/Genre:
Manuscripts, Collection descriptions
Local Number:
SIA Acc. 94-135
Physical Description:
1 cu. ft. (1 record storage box)

Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 94-135

Bickley, William E

William E. Bickley Papers, circa 1937-1980

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Bickley, William E
Title: William E. Bickley Papers
Dates: circa 1937-1980
Quantity: 1 cu. ft. (1 record storage box)
Collection: Accession 94-135
Language of Materials: English

Descriptive Entry

William E. Bickley was an entomologist and professor at the University of Maryland. He donated his entomological collections to the National Museum of Natural History. This accession consists of correspondence, notes, lists, manuscripts, and related materials documenting Bickley's research on lacewings.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 94-135, Bickley, William E, William E. Bickley Papers

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Container List

Box 1

Notebook of Rolla P. Currie, Aid, Division of Insects, U.S. National Museum

Box 1 of 1

Dragonflies

Box 1 of 1

Odonata exchanges received

Box 1 of 1

Odonata exchanges sent

Box 1 of 1

Article on Leptonema New Species

Box 1 of 1

Smith

Box 1 of 1

Smith, European Types

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Records of Specimens

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Catalog, Chrysopidae, United States and Canada

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Notes

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Notes of European Types, 1936-1937

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Reviews

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Old MSS

Box 1 of 1

Smith, copies of descriptions, Fitch et al.

Box 1 of 1

Smith, Notes regarding Navas

Box 1 of 1

Semeria

Box 1 of 1

Tauber

Box 1 of 1

Hussey

Box 1 of 1

"A Morphological Study of Adult Lacewing Chrysopa Oculata Say (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)" - Joseph C. Hwang, Ph. D., 1958

Box 1 of 1

Hughes, Schrader, N.C.

Box 1 of 1

Jubb

Box 1 of 1

Kansas

Box 1 of 1

Navas

Box 1 of 1

Muma

Box 1 of 1

MCZ trip, Summer 1962 and other notes

Box 1 of 1

MacLeod, Ellis G.

Box 1 of 1

Mantispidae, Miscellaneous (Kaston, Hungerford)

Box 1 of 1

Distribution

Box 1 of 1

Cott

Box 1 of 1

Carpenter, Correspondence

Box 1 of 1

Dreisbach

Box 1 of 1

Gargan (Colorado)

Box 1 of 1

Mather

Box 1 of 1

Berlin Museum

Box 1 of 1

Correspondence

Box 1 of 1

Chrysopidae, old records, etc.

Box 1 of 1

Bickley, M.S. Thesis

Box 1 of 1

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