Henderson Family Papers, 1868-1923

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The 2 field books and logbook of John Brooks Henderson, Jr. are part of the Henderson Family Papers at the Smithsonian Institution Archives. Included materials originate from 1889-1917. Materials document his study and collecting of mollusks in Maine, Haiti and Cuba. He was a participant in the Tomas Barrera Expedition to Cuba in 1914.

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  • Mollusca
  • Animalia
  • Mollusks


  • Cuba
  • Haiti
  • United States
  • Maine


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SIA RU007075


2 field books, 1 logbook

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