Barber, Herbert Spencer,‏ 1882-1950‏

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Biographical History

Herbert Spencer Barber was an entomologist with USDA, associated with the U.S. National Museum. He joined Eugene Amandus Schwarz on a trip to Guatemala in 1906, to study insects that affect cotton fields.

Birth Date

1882

Death Date

1950

Topic

Entomologists

Form/Genre

Personal name

Occupation

Entomologists