Erdman, Donald S.

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Biographical History

Donald S. Erdman served as a Scientific Aid in the Division of Fishes, United States National Museum (USNM), from 1947 to 1950. In 1948, Erdman participated in a fisheries survey of the Persian Gulf and Red Sea under the auspices of the Arabian American Oil Company, on which he collected nearly 5,000 fishes for the USNM. Erdman was possibly born in 1919 (see sources).


CPS worker 002669 - Erdman, Donald S. Civilian Public Service Story : Living peace in a time of war. Retrieved May 2012 from



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