Kincaid, Trevor, 1872-1970

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Biographical History

Trevor Kincaid (1872-1970) was an invertebrate zoologist known for his work with insects and oysters. He was born in Peterborough, Ontario, and moved to Washington as a child. Kincaid attended University of Washington where he received his Bachelors and Masters degrees. He was hired as a professor and served as Chair of Zoology until his retirement in 1937. He continued teaching and researching at the University of Washington until 1942. Kincaid served on the Harriman Alaska Expedition and took several trips to the north Pacific.

Source

Blume, J. (1997). Guide to the Trevor Kincaid Papers, 1890-1975. Retrieved from http://nwda-db.wsulibs.wsu.edu/findaid/ark:/80444/xv55081#bioghistID

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University of Washington: He was hired as a professor at University of Washington and served as Chair of Zoology until his retirement in 1937.

Birth Date

1872

Death Date

1970

Topic

Zoology

Form/Genre

Personal name

Occupation

Zoologists