Walter A. Weber Field Books from the Division of Birds

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Description

This collection contains 2 field books by Walter A. Weber, originally maintained by the Division of Birds. They are two bird specimen catalogs, one from the Weeks African Expedition in 1955, and the other from Mexico in 1943. Specific localities include but may not be limited to Cameroon, Chad, Tabasco, Veracruz, and Chiapas. Entries are dated, and include such information as common name, sex, specific locality, and some additional brief notes. Field numbers are present for both catalogs.

Date Range

1943-1955

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Division of Birds at (202) 633-0800 to make an appointment.

Topic

  • Aves
  • Animalia
  • Birds

Place

  • Cameroon
  • Verzcruz
  • Tabasco
  • Chad
  • Mexico
  • Chiapas

Form/Genre

Collection record

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-479

Extent

2 field books

Physical Location

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