Division of Mammals Collection, Arthur de Carle Sowerby Papers, Clark Expedition to China, 1908-1910

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Description

These papers created by Arthur de Carle Sowerby, document his collecting for the Sowerby-Clark Expedition to the Shansi and Kansu Provinces of Northern China, 1908-1910, and include a combination of hand-drawn maps, reports, field notes, catalogs, and news clippings. Sowerby was collecting mammal specimens across northern China and Mongolia (Ordos Desert, Shanxi, Shaanxi, and Gansu). Materials indicate work completed with G.A. Grant and Adels Sowerby.

Date Range

1908-1910

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Division of Mammals at 202-633-1253 to make an appointment.

Topic

  • Mammalia
  • Animalia
  • Mammals

Place

  • Gansu
  • Ordos Desert
  • China
  • Shanxi
  • Shaanxi

Form/Genre

Collection record

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-157

Extent

1 folder

Physical Location

National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Division of Mammals