Department of Paleobiology Collection Remington Kellogg field books, 1918-1942

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Description

This collection documents the work of A. Remington Kellogg, 1918 - 1942, while he was working the U.S. Biological Survey as assistant biologist, Carnegie Institute, and the United States National Museum. Field books primarily cover his field work relating to the evolution of marine mammals. Specimen collecting took place in Alabama, Maryland (in the vicinity of Calvert County), Mississippi, North Carolina, Virginia, and Rampart Caves in Arizona.

Date Range

1918-1942

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Department of Paleobiology at 202-633-1334 to make an appointment.

Topic

  • Cetacea
  • Animalia
  • Porpoises
  • Cetaceans
  • Ground Sloth

Place

  • North Carolina
  • Mississippi
  • United States
  • Grand Canyon
  • Alabama
  • Maryland
  • Virginia

Form/Genre

Collection record

Accession #

SIA Acc. 14-187

Extent

8 field books

Physical Location

Natonal Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Department of Paleobiology