Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives
Record Unit 189
Smithsonian Institution. Assistant Secretary in charge of the United States National Museum
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1860-1908
|General Information About This Collection|
|Repository:||Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at email@example.com.|
|Creator:||Smithsonian Institution. Assistant Secretary in charge of the United States National Museum|
|Title:||Correspondence and Memoranda|
|Quantity:||76.58 cu. ft. (151 document boxes) (3 5x8 boxes)|
|Collection:||Record Unit 189|
|Language of Materials:||English|
This record unit comprises the primary incoming correspondence of the officer in immediate charge of the United States National Museum.
These records chiefly document museum accessions and Smithsonian Institution expeditions and field collecting trips. Other topics include operations of certain museum divisions, and miscellaneous subjects. Accession records include: Alfred E. Hippisley Collection of Chinese Porcelain, 1909-1912; Horace Capron Collection of Japanese Art; John Croumbie Brown publications and manuscripts; Frances Lea Chamberlain collection of gems and minerals; Cardwell collection of Egyptian antiquities; Riggs collection of armor; Israel H. Harris fossil collection; Owen collection of fossils; J. Gwyn Jeffreys collection of shells; Thomas V. Keam collection of pottery; Chinese musical instruments; Frederick S. Perkins collection of copper implements; Troost collection of Crinoids; Robert Wilson Shufeldt collection of birds; Bradley collection of fossils; Ball Herbarium; Talcott Williams collection of Moroccan flora.
Records related to Smithsonian expeditions and field work include: William Louis Abbott collecting work, 1889-1901, in Central Africa, Somaliland, Kashmir, Turkestan, Siam, Burma; Beecher S. Bowdish collecting work in Puerto Rico and Cuba, 1901-1902; S. H. Boyd collecting work in Siam; William Harvey Brown collecting work in Africa; C. G. Calkins collecting work in Japan; John H. Camp collecting work in Africa; Charles Chaille-Long collecting work in Egypt; Heli Chatelain collecting work in Africa; Emile Deschamps collecting work in the Orient; Bruno Geisler collecting work in New Guinea; United States Navy expedition to Guam, 1899; Greely Relief Expedition, 1884; Pierre Louis Jouy collecting work in Arizona and New Mexico; Mark Brickell Kerr collecting work in Central and South America; C. A. King collecting work in Central America; John Francis Lebaron collecting work in Nicaragua; Roderick Ross MacFarlane collecting work in Canada; D. J. MacGowan collecting work in China and Manchuria; Mexican-United States Boundary Commission; A. J. Miller collecting work in Central America; R. B. Montcrieffe collecting work in Nicaragua; Edward William Nelson collecting work in Arizona; Herbert Gouvernour Ogden collecting work in Alaska; Charles Russell Orcutt collecting work in Mexico; Edward Palmer collecting work in Florida; Robert Edwin Peary Expedition to Northern Greenland; Cyrus Guernsey Pringle collecting work in Mexico; Illustrated American Expedition to Southern Utah and Northern New Mexico; Charles Wallace Richmond collecting work in Central America; William Woodville Rockhill Expedition to China and Tibet; William Edwin Safford collecting work in South America; Percy W. Shufeldt collecting work in Mexico; Robert Wilson Shufeldt collecting work in Louisiana; D. W. Snyder collecting work in Africa; Winfrid Alden Stearns Expedition to Labrador; Robert Stein Expedition to Ellesmere Land; Cyrus Thomas anthropological excavations in Pennsylvania and Ohio; Timothy E. Wilcox collecting work in Arizona; Henry D. Woolfe collecting work in Alaska and South America.
Records related to the origin or operation of subdivisions of the United States National Museum include: correspondence of Joseph William Collins, Section of Naval Architecture, United States National Museum; correspondence of Adolph Cluss regarding construction of United States National Museum building, 1881; correspondence of Wilbur Olin Atwater as Honorary Curator, Section of Foods, United States National Museum.
Miscellaneous topics include: Mexican-United States International Boundary Commission, 1891-1894; Smithsonian participation in the Medicinal Flora of America Commission.
These records comprise the primary incoming correspondence of the officer in immediate charge of the United States National Museum. Beginning in 1850 with the appointment of Spencer F. Baird, the primary responsibility of the Assistant Secretary was the direction of the United States National Museum. The Assistant Secretary also performed other functions at the direction of the Secretary, and for various periods of time was in charge of publications, exchanges, and other areas. Incumbents included: (1) Spencer F. Baird, 1850-1878; (2) George Brown Goode, 1880-1896, including the years 1880-1887 when he served as assistant director of the museum without the title of Assistant Secretary; (3) Charles D. Walcott, Acting Assistant Secretary, 1897-1898; (4) Richard Rathbun, 1897-1918. After Goode's death in 1896, the business of the office was administered for a time by the executive curator, Frederick William True.
Most of the correspondence is directed to Goode, with lesser amounts to True, Walcott, and Rathbun. Also, a small amount of correspondence is addressed to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, (Baird, 1878-1887; and Samuel P. Langley, 1887-1906) but is generally referred to the Assistant Secretary for response.
Much of the material is routine correspondence from the general public, and deals with offers to sell and collect specimens, the identification of artifacts and specimens, museum administration, and requests for publications. Also evident is correspondence from contractors, publishing houses, and other firms conducting business transactions with the United States National Museum. A large part of the international scientific community corresponded with the United States National Museum, and many letters concerning 19th century science and scientific affairs are contained in this collection. A large quantity of correspondence exists from museums, scientists, various scientific institutions, and colleges and universities. Once again, much of the correspondence is routine, concerning exhibits, museum administration, requests for publications, and the exchange of specimens. A voluminous amount of material regards United States National Museum publications. However, most of the correspondence concerns the technical production of the manuscripts, rather than the content. Materials of special interest include correspondence from collectors and naturalists in the field, plans and accounts of scientific expeditions, and data on significant accessions. A small amount of outgoing correspondence appears in the collection.
See Record Unit 112 for outgoing correspondence.
Inquiries related to specimens should be directed to the appropriate museum registrar.
This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.
- Hippisley, Alfred Edward, d. 1939
- Capron, Horace, 1804-1885
- Brown, John Croumbie
- Chamberlain, Frances Lea
- Harris, Israel H., 1823-
- Jeffreys, John Gwyn, 1809-1885
- Keam, Thomas V.
- Perkins, Frederick Stanton, 1832-1899
- Shufeldt, Robert W. (Robert Wilson), 1850-1934
- Bradley Collection of Fossils
- Williams, Talcott, 1849-1928
- Abbott, William Louis, 1860-1936
- Bowdish, Beecher S.
- Boyd, S. H., 1828-1894
- Brown, William Harvey Dr.
- Calkins, C. G.
- Camp, John H.
- Chaillé-Long, C. (Charles), 1842-1917
- Chatelain, Héli
- Deschamps, Emile, 1857-
- Geisler, Bruno
- Jouy, Pierre Louis
- Kerr, Mark Brickell
- King, C. A.
- LeBaron, John Francis
- MacFarlane, R. (Roderick), 1833-1920
- MacGowan, D. J.
- Miller, Alfred Jacob, 1810-1874
- Montcrieffe, R. B
- Nelson, Edward William, 1855-1934
- Ogden, Herbert Gouverneur, 1846-1906
- Orcutt, Charles Russell, 1864-1929
- Palmer, Edward, 1831-1911
- Peary, Robert E. (Robert Edwin), 1856-1920
- Pringle, Cyrus G. (Cyrus Guernsey), 1838-1911
- Richmond, Charles Wallace, 1868-1932
- Rockhill, William Woodville, 1854-1914
- Safford, William Edwin, 1859-1926
- Shufeldt, Percy W.
- Snyder, D. W.
- Stearns, Winfrid Alden, 1852-1909
- Stein, Robert
- Thomas, Cyrus, 1825-1910
- Wilcox, Timothy E.
- Woolfe, Henry D.
- Collins, J. W. (Joseph William), 1839-1904
- Cluss, Adolph, 1825-1905
- Atwater, W. O. (Wilbur Olin), 1844-1907
- Smithsonian Institution -- Administration
- Cardwell Collection of Egyptian Antiquities
- Riggs Collection of Arms and Armor
- Owen Collection of Fossils
- Troost Collection of Crinoids
- Ball Herbarium
- United States-Mexican International Boundary Commission (1891-1894)
- United States National Museum. Section of Naval Architecture
- United States National Museum
- Arts and Industries Building (Washington, D.C.)
- United States National Museum. Section of Foods
- Medicinal Flora of America Commission
- United States Navy Expedition to Guam (1899)
- Greely Relief Expedition (1884)
- Illustrated American Expedition to Southern Utah and Northern New Mexico
Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 189, Smithsonian Institution, Assistant Secretary in charge of the United States National Museum, Correspondence and Memoranda
Folder 1 Aaberg, O. H. - Abbott, W. H. Correspondents include: Cleveland Abbe (1885-1896) and Charles Conrad Abbott (1890-1894).
Folder 2 Abbott, William Louis, 1889-1901. Material includes correspondence with: George Brown Goode (3/8/1889) concerning a field trip to Central Africa; Goode (4/25/1891) requesting government aid for his expedition to Somaliland; Goode (11/1/1891) concerning his collections made in Kashmir; Frederick William True (3/20/1895) regarding the collection of specimens in Turkenstan and the Pamirs; Goode and True (2/19/1896, 7/15/1896, and 8/9/1896) regarding specimens collected in lower Siam; True and Charles Wallace Richmond (5/7/1897, 6/5/1897, and 9/22/1897) concerning a trip to Rupshire and Kashmir; True (1/11/1890) regarding collecting work conducted in Burma.
Folder 3 Abbott, William Louis. Papers published by the United States National Museum based on the collections of Dr. Abbott, 1890-1894.
Folder 4 Abbott, William Louis. Field notes and map from a trip to Aksu and Yarkland, Eastern Turkestan, 1893-1894.
Folder 5 Abbott, W. W. - Adair, J. M. Correspondents include A.A. Ackerman (1884 and 1889).
Folder 6 Adami, Hem - Adams, G.
Folder 7 Adams, Herbert Baxter - Adams, W. W. Correspondents include Herbert Baxter Adams (1888-1892).
Folder 8 Adaseheck, George - Agard, C. W.
Folders 1-2 Agassiz, Alexander, 1882-1895.
Folder 3 Agassiz, Alexander, 1896-1901 - Agriculture, South Carolina Commissioner of.
Folder 4 Ahem, G. P. - Akron Smoking Pipe Company.
Folder 5 Alabama, Geological Survey of - Alcock, A. Correspondents include A. Alcock of the Indian Museum, Calcutta (1893-1901).
Folder 6 Alden, F. W. - Aldridge, F. C. Correspondents include: Charles Aldrich, curator of the Historical Department of Iowa (1893-1902); John Merton Aldrich (1897-1900).
Folder 7 Aler, F. V. - Allfree Engine Company.
Folder 8 Allen, A. A. - Allen, G.
Folder 1 Allen, Harrison, 1887-1897. Included in the correspondence is material concerning Allen's research on bats and his work, "A Monograph of the Bats of North America," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #43, 1893).
Folder 2 Allen, Harrison Jr. - Allen, Joel Asaph. Correspondents include Joel Asaph Allen (1887-1901). Allen served as curator of the Department of Mammalogy and Ornithology of the American Museum of Natural History. Much of the correspondence regards the exchange of specimens between the U. S. N. M. and the American Museum of Natural History. A small amount of the material concerns Allen's research on the American Bison.
Folder 3 Allen, J. R. - Allen, W. W.
Folder 4 Allison, C. T. - Alter, J. L.
Folder 5 Althoff, G. F. - Amsterdam: Royal Zoological Society. Correspondents include Daniel Ammen (1882-1893).
Folder 6 American - A-K
Folder 1 American, L-Z
Folder 2 Anagnos, M. - Andrews, W. T.
Folder 3 Anderson, A. - Anderson, W. H.
Folder 4 Andrus, E. W. - Antwerp International Exposition. Correspondents include Alfred W. Anthony (1892-1901).
Folder 5 Apery, T. - Appling, W. B.
Folder 6 Aquarium - Arlington Relics.
Folder 7 Armas, M. - Armstrong, W. P.
Folder 8 Army Medical Museum - Arnold, Tony. Correspondents include Ralph Arnold of Stanford University (1901-1902).
Folder 1 Arranz, M. D. - Ashe, W. W.
Folder 2 Asher, Phillip - Astor, William.
Folder 3 Aten, J. G. - Atkinson, George F. Correspondents include: Museum of Athens (1898-1900); Edward Atkinson (1880-1885), concerning Atkinson's work collecting fabric and textiles for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 4 Atkinson, G. W. - Atwater, Robert. Correspondents include Henry Philemon Attwater (1894 & 1901).
Folders 5-6 Atwater, Wilbur Olin, 1881-1899. Atwater served as Director of the Chemical Laboratory of Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. Much of the correspondence concerns Atwater's work while serving as Honorary Curator of the Section of Foods, U. S. N. M. The material includes discussions of the chemical analysis of food and nutrition and the preparation of an exhibit to illustrate the composition of the human body.
Folder 7 Atwood, G. G. - Aztec. Correspondents include The Australian Museum (1891-1899).
Folder 8 Baba, Tatui - Bacon, Oliver C.
Folder 1 Badenoch, G. R. - Bailey, W. H. Correspondents include: Loring Woart Bailey of the Geological Survey of Canada (1879 & 1897); Vernon Orlando Bailey (1902).
Folder 2 Bailhache, Mr. - Baker, Charles D.
Folder 3 Baker, Charles Fuller - Baker, William S. Correspondents include: Charles Fuller Baker (1898-1901); Frank C. Baker of the Chicago Academy of Sciences (1896-1897), the letter of 7/23/1896 to Frederick William True regards the transmission of a collection of shells to the U. S. N. M.
Folder 4 Balboni, A. I. - Baldwin, Roger N.
Folder 5 Ball, B. T. - Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.
Folder 6 Bancroft, Charles E. - Barbour, Thomas. Correspondents include Edwin Atlee Barber of the Pennsylvania Museum (1882-1896).
Folder 7 Barcelona, Spain - Barley, Henry W.
Folder 8 Barlow, Chester - Barnum, W. P. Correspondents include Chester Barlow of the Cooper Ornithological Club of California (1897-1901).
Folder 1 Barr, J. C. - Barry, W. H. Correspondents include Walter Bradford Barrows (1884-1886).
Folder 2 Barter, James - Barton, James W.
Folder 3 Barton, M. T. - Bastick, W. W. Correspondents include Adolph Bastian (1886-1894). The correspondence for 1894 concerns a proposed exchange of Indian and Chinese religious objects between the U. S. N. M. and the Royal Ethnographic Museum, Berlin, Germany.
Folder 4 Batalin, A. - Baumann, Karl.
Folder 5 Baur, Georg Herman, 1888-1897. Much of the correspondence concerns Baur's proposed monograph on the Testudinata of North America which was to be published by the U. S. N. M. A small amount of material regards Baur's collections made in the Galapagos Islands.
Folder 6 Bausch, H. W. - Bayly, Margaret.
Folder 7 Beach, G. W. - Beaman, C. W.
Folder 1 Bean, Frank S. - Beauverd, Gustave. Correspondents include Tarleton Hoffman Bean (1898).
Folder 2 Bechhold, J. H. - Beck, S. William.
Folder 3 Becker, C. J. - Beclard, F. Correspondents include: Paul Edmund Beckwith (1888-1891), concerning Beckwith's request for reinstatement as Numismatician in the U. S. N. M.; F. Beclard of the Royal Natural History Museum of Belgium (1890-1891).
Folder 4 Bedford, Henrietta - Beitner, George F. Correspondents include: Charles Emerson Beecher (1892-1901); William Beer of the Howard Memorial Library, New Orleans (1893-1901).
Folder 5 BeLange, James L. - Bell, C. N. Correspondents include: Lyman Belding (1882-1891); Alexander Graham Bell (1885-1902).
Folder 6 Bell, E. M. - Bemis, W. J.
Folder 7 Benbow, D. W. C. - Benedict, W. H. Correspondents include A. L. Benedict, Superintendent of Ethnology and Archaeology at the Pan-American Exposition (1900-1901).
Folder 1 Benesch, A. B. - Bennett, A. E. Correspondents include Marcus Benjamin (1889-1895).
Folder 2 Bennett, Charles B. - Bennetts, William J.
Folder 3 Bensch, Jacob - Benzon, Hans.
Folder 4 Berdan, John - Berlack, A. S.
Folder 5 Berlepsch, Count Von - Berzroth, E.
Folder 6 Bess, W. W. - Bezzi, M.
Folder 7 Bianco, Lo. - Bickford, F. T.
Folder 1 Bickmore, Albert Smith - Bierring, Walter L. Correspondents include Albert Smith Bickmore of the American Museum of Natural History (1882-1893).
Folder 2 Bierstadt, Edward - Big Rapids, Michigan. Correspondents include Edward F. Bigelow (1899-1902).
Folder 3 Bilbe, E. J. - Birt, L. F. H. Correspondents include William Greene Binney (1884-1889).
Folder 4 Bishop, Charles J. - Bixler, Frank. Correspondents include Erhard Bissenger (1887-1891), concerning efforts by Bissinger to secure objects from Syria for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 5 Blachly, C. P. - Blackford, Charles M.
Folder 6 Blackford, Euguene G. - Blair, W. B. Correspondents include: Eugene G. Blackford of the New York State Fishery Commission (1881-1890); Wilmore W. Blackmar (1895-1896), concerning Blackmar's bequest of the chair used at Appomattox by General Grant to the U. S. N. M.
Folder 7 Blake, Adaline - Blanchet, H. H. Correspondents include William Phipps Blake (1884-1902).
Folder 8 Bland, G. W. - Blezek, L. A. Correspondents include Willis Stanley Blatchley (1902).
Folder 9 Blick, Sol D. - Bloomfield, Illinois.
Folder 1 Blouch, Z. H. - Blythe, W. H.
Folder 2 Board - Boaz, O. I. Correspondents include Franz Boas (1883-1902), includes material concerning a proposed plan for the publication of a general directory of scientific collections (1888); Boas' monograph,"The Social Organization and Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians," (Annual Report of U. S. N. M., 1895); Boas' work identifying ethnological specimens in the U. S. N. M. collection.
Folder 3 Boccard, Louis - Boettger, Fred. Correspondents include George H. Boehmer (1887-1894).
Folder 4 Bofill, Arturo - Bolton, Henry Carrington. Correspondents include: T. Dix Bolles (1887-1892); Henry Carrington Bolton (1894-1898).
Folder 5 Bom, G. Theod. - Bonee, Ervin E.
Folder 6 Bonelli, Basil C. - Booth, R. W.
Folder 7 Borden and Green - Borton, Frank. Correspondents include Christian Bors (1887-1889).
Folder 8 Boschetti, P. - Bott, Floyd.
Folder 1 Boucher, N. F. - Bournes, F. S. Correspondents include Albert Boulenger of the British Museum (Natural History) (1896).
Folder 2 Bourguin, A. E. - Bowdoin, W. G. Correspondents include Beecher S. Bowdish (1901-1902), regarding Bowdish's collecting activity in Puerto Rico and Cuba.
Folder 3 Bowen, Adna G. - Bowers, W. L. Correspondents include Stephen Bowers (1887-1901).
Folder 4 Bowersock, J. D. - Box, J. L.
Folder 5 Boyce, D. C. - Boyd, W. J. Correspondents include S. H. Boyd (1891), concerning Boyd's collecting work in Siam.
Folder 6 Boyden, A. C. - Boynton, L. O.
Folder 7 Brace, A. L. - Bradford, W. R.
Folder 8 Bradish, W. K. - Brainird, Erastus.
Folder 9 Braman, Herbert D. - Brannan, Lou E.
Folder 1 Branner, B. M. - Brasche, Paul. Correspondents include John Casper Branner (1885-1892).
Folder 2 Brashear, C. G. - Brazer, James.
Folder 3 Brearey, F. W. - Breninger, George F.
Folder 4 Brenizer, F. L. - Brezina, Aristide. Correspondents include William Brewster of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1879-1899).
Folder 5 Brice, Calvin S. - Briggs, James S.
Folder 6 Brigham, A. A. - Brim, C. Correspondents include: Edward Morris Brigham (1888-1895), concerning an offer by Brigham to collect specimens from the Island of Marajo for the U. S. N. M.; William T. Brigham of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum (1893-1901).
Folder 7 Brimley, Clement Samuel - Brinton, Joseph H. Correspondents include: Clement Samuel Brimley (1895-1896); Herbert H. Brimley, curator of the State Museum of North Carolina; Daniel Garrison Brinton (1892-1895).
Folder 8 Brissenden, J. C. - Britcher, Horace W. Correspondents include Charles L. Bristol (1889-1899), concerning Bristol's proposed monograph on the "Great Red Sandstone Quarry."
Folder 9 British Museum (Natural History) - Brock, R. A. Correspondents include Nathaniel Lord Britton (1888-1897).
Folder 10 Brockenbrough, M. C. - Bronson, Elias S.
Folder 1 Brookbank, Thomas W. - Brooks, William Keith. Correspondents include William Keith Brooks of Johns Hopkins University (1885-1891).
Folder 2 Broon, B. F. V. - Brower, Wilbur G.
Folder 3 Brown, Alexander - Brown, A. R. Correspondents include Arthur Erwin Brown of the Zoological Society of Philadelphia (1884-1901).
Folder 4 Brown-Bierce Company - Brown, Effie.
Folder 5 Brown, F. A. - Brown, Jennie.
Folder 6 Brown, John Croumbie, 1889-1892. Much of the correspondence concerns the deposit of John Croumbie Brown's publications and manuscripts in the U. S. N. M.
Folder 7 Brown, John Crosby - Brown, L. W.
Folder 8 Brown, Marie A. - Brown, M. B. Correspondents include Marie A. Brown (1887-1888), regarding Marie A. Brown's efforts in organizing a commemoration of the Norse discovery of America.
Folder 9 Brown, M. E. - Brown, M. M. Correspondents include: M. E. Brown (1885-1901), concerning the exchange of musical instruments with the U. S. N. M.
Folder 10 Brown, Oliver - Brown, W. H.
Folder 1 Brown, William Harvey - Brown, W. S. Correspondents include William Harvey Brown (1890-1897), concerning Brown's collecting excursions to Africa. Also, included is a summary of correspondence with Brown (2-3-90).
Folder 2 Browne, J. W. - Bruce, W. M. Correspondents include Minor W. Bruce (1894-1895), concerning Bruce's collecting work.
Folder 3 Brucker, Ferdinand - Bruner, Louis N.
Folder 4 Bruner, T. K. - Brush-Swan.
Folder 5 Brussels, Belgium - Bryan, Samuel M.
Folder 6 Bryan, S. S. - Bryson, James Andrew. Correspondents include Henry Grier Bryant (1891-1892), concerning Bryant's collecting activity.
Folder 7 Buch, Rev. George - Buck, George M.
Folder 8 Buck, H. R. - Buckner, S. U.
Folder 9 Budd, D. W. - Buist and Buist.
Folder 10 Bulkley, E. W. - Bumgardner, Augusta.
Folder 1 Bumpap, Robah F. - Burdorf, C.
Folder 2 Burger, George W. - Burkhardt, John.
Folder 3 Burleigh, E. C. - Burns, W. P.
Folder 4 Burton, E. E. - Burton, M. F.
Folder 5 Burtt, L. M. - Buswell, Walter M.
Folder 6 Butcher, A. P. - Butt, McCoskey.
Folder 7 Butter, Jeremiah - Byrnes, Esther F.
Folder 8 Cabanip, A. - Cait, E. S.
Folder 9 Caleinara, Countess de - Calkins, W. W. Correspondents include: C. G. Calkins (1889-1896), regarding Calkins' collecting work in Japan.
Folder 1 Call, R. Ellsworth - Calvo, J. B. Correspondents include: R. Ellsworth Call (1891-1900); Phillip P. Calvert of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1890-1898).
Folder 2 Cambridge - Camp, W. H. Correspondents include John H. Camp (1891-1901), concerning Camp's collecting work in Africa.
Folder 3 Campanile, Arturio - Campbell, W. M.
Folder 4 Canada - Canisius, T.
Folder 5 Cannon and Wright - Cantwell, George G. Correspondents include George G. Cantwell (1897-1901).
Folder 6 Cantwell, J. C. - Capwell, V. L. Correspondents include Horace Capron (1868, 1886, 1891, and undated), concerning the Capron Collection of Japanese Works of Art.
Folder 7 Caracciolo, H. - Carithers, Anna.
Folder 8 Cark, H. - Carney, O. L.
Folder 1 Carolina (R. I.) Public Library - "Carpet Trade."
Folder 2 Carr, Mr. - Carroll, E. C.
Folder 3 Carroll, F. M. - Carson, N. M.
Folder 4 Carter, Albert F. - Carty, M. A.
Folder 5 Carus, Paul - Cashel, George. Correspondents include Merritt Cary (1899-1900).
Folder 6 Casper, John F. - Castex, B.
Folder 7 Castillo, A. - Cauthorn, E. Burns.
Folder 8 Cave, David N. - Cessna, William T.
Folder 1 Chadbourn, E. R. - Chamberlain, O. S. Correspondents include: Charles Chaille-Long (1891-1896), regarding his work in Egypt; Frances Lea Chamberlain (1894-1895), concerning the bequest of her collection of gems and minerals to the U. S. N. M.
Folder 2 Chamberlin, E. - Chambers, W. H. H.
Folder 3 Chami, Clement - Chanler, William Astor. Correspondents include William Astor Chanler (1891-1895).
Folder 4 Chapel, W. W. - Chapman, George W. Correspondents include Henry Edgerton Chapin of Ohio University (1895-1896).
Folder 5 Chapman, Henry Cadwalader - Chapmas, W. S. Correspondents include Henry Cadwalader Chapman (1885-1894).
Folder 6 Chapoy - Chase, Virginius.
Folder 7 Chaster, George W. - Chaves, Francisco Alfonso. Correspondents include Heli Chatelain (1890-1896), regarding Chatelain's collecting activities in Africa. The letter of 4/3/1896, to George Brown Goode concerns Chatelain's plans for the liberation of African slaves and for the abolition of the slave trade.
Folder 8 Cheeseman, Elliot E. - Chesnetti, C. L.
Folder 1 Chesney, J. C. - Childress, R. H.
Folder 2 Childs, A. F. - Chittenden, R. H.
Folder 3 Choate, James E. - Christy, W. H.
Folder 4 Chubb, Samuel - Churchwood, A. Y.
Folder 5 Cilley, F. A. - Clarisse, Thomas N.
Folder 6 Clark, A. H. - Clark, Dow.
Folder 7 Clark, Edmund - Clark, George B. Correspondents include E. H. Clark of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1891-1895).
Folder 8 Clark, Herbert A. - Clark, Leroy.
Folder 1 Clark, Lillian Hale - Clark, W. S. Correspondents include William Bullock Clark, State Geologist of Maryland (1892-1902).
Folder 2 Clarke, Arthur E. - Clarke, William M. Correspondents include John Mason Clarke, State Paleontologist of New York (1887-1901).
Folder 3 Clarksburg Public Schools - Clay Worker, The. Correspondents include Edward Waller Claypole (1888-1899).
Folder 4 Clearihue, Thomas - Clemmons, W. H.
Folder 5 Clendenings, James H. - Clewell, John H. Correspondents include G. O. Clerc (1892-1894), regarding Clerc's work as a correspondent for the S. I.
Folder 6 Clickener, Charles - Clogenson, H.
Folder 7 Clokey, Josiah H. - Clymer, J. W. Correspondents include Adolf Cluss (1881-1895), including the correspondence for 1881 concerning the construction of the U. S. N. M. building.
Folder 8 Coad, N. G. D. - Cobb, W. J.
Folder 9 Cobeau, Eugene - Cockerton, Frank T. Correspondents include Theodore D. A. Cockerell (1887-1902).
Folder 1 Cockrell, F. M. - Coe, W. V. N.
Folder 2 Coffey, George - Cogswell, William. Correspondents include Charles Albert Coffin, President of General Electric Company (1898-1899).
Folder 3 Cohagan, A. C. - Coker, Robert E. Correspondents include Richard Coke (1892-1893). The letter of 3/28/1892 to Samuel P. Langley concerns the possible purchase, by the government, of the Cardwell Collection of Egyptian Antiquities.
Folder 4 Colahan, Charles - Cole, Leon J.
Folder 5 Cole, Mary E. - Colegate and Company.
Folder 6 Coll, Frank - Collin, Thomas H. M. Correspondents include Robert Collett of the Zoologisk Museum, Christiania (Oslo), Norway (1891-1900).
Folder 7 Collinge, Walter S. - Collins, J. S.
Folder 8 Collins, Joseph William - Columbus College. Correspondents include Joseph William Collins (1885-1896), concerning the section of Naval Architecture of the U. S. N. M.
Folder 9 Colunga, E. W. F. - Como, Edward.
Folder 1 Comp, C. A. - Comyn, Mary Bain. Correspondents include John Henry Comstock of Cornell University and Leland Stanford Junior University (1883-1894).
Folder 2 Conahan, William F. - Conine, J.
Folder 3 Coning, F. W. - Connor, W. R.
Folder 4 Conoway, R. B. - Conwentz. Correspondents include Moncure Daniel Conway (1887).
Folder 5 Cook, Arthur J. - Cook, M. R.
Folder 6 Cook, Orator Fuller - Cook, W. S. Correspondents include Orator Fuller Cook (1892-1897). The letter of 4/23/1894, to Frederick William True concerns Cook's trip to Africa.
Folder 7 Cooke, A. C. - Cooke, Wells Woodbridge. Correspondents include: George Henry Cooke (1887-1898), concerning Cooke's monograph, "Te Pito Te Henua, Known as Rapa Nui; Commonly called Easter Island, South Pacific Ocean," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1897); Wells Woodbridge Cooke (1893-1896).
Folder 8 Cooley, Albert N. - Coowell, David.
Folders 1-11 Cope, Edward Drinker, 1884-1899. Material concerning Cope's works: "Batrachia of North America," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #34, 1889) and "The Crocodilians, Lizards and Snakes of North America," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1898). Requests for specimens, problems relating to illustration of Cope's works and contractual disagreements frequently appear in the correspondence.
Folder 1 Cope Estate, Edward Drinker, 1897-1900. The bulk of the material concerns efforts by the U. S. N. M. to recover government specimens in Edward Drinker Cope's possession at the time of his death. Of special interest are the letters of 3/16/1898, 3/17/1898, 3/31/1898, and 8/18/1898 concerning the recovery of a collection of fossil fish from the Hayden Survey of 1877.
Folder 2 Copenhagen - Corcoran Gallery of Art. Correspondents include Daniel William Coquillett (1895).
Folder 3 Corder, James Ransome - Cornet, Henry B.
Folder 4 Corning, A. K. - Cory, Charles B.
Folder 5 Coryton, John - Cothron, John.
Folder 6 Cott, Edward - Coubeaux, Eugene. Correspondents include Eugene Coubeaux (1896-1900), regarding efforts by Coubeaux to collect natural history specimens from Canada for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 7 Coues, Elliott, 1882-1899. The material from the years 1882-1883 concerns the monograph, "Avifauna Columbia," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #26, 1893), which Coues co-authored with Daniel Webster Prentiss.
Folder 8 Coughlin, Eugene - Cousins, R. G. Correspondents include John Merle Coulter (1895).
Folder 9 Covert, N. H. - Cowles, Calvin J. Correspondents include Frederick Vernon Coville (1891).
Folder 1 Cowles, David S. - Cox, P. E.
Folder 2 Cox, Phillip - Cragin, Edward F.
Folder 3 Cragin, Francis Whittemore - Cram, F. W. A. Correspondents include Francis Whittemore Cragin of The American Geologist (1884-1895).
Folder 4 Cram, W. H., 1885-1890. The correspondence for 1890, between Cram and Samuel P. Langley concerns a new policy of keeping the U. S. N. M. open at night.
Folder 5 Crall, James - Cranston, F. W.
Folder 6 Crapo, John M. - Crawford, John. Correspondents include John Crawford (1890-1896), regarding Crawford's collecting activity in Nicaragua.
Folder 7 Crawford, John Martin - Creighton, Robert J. Correspondents include John Martin Crawford (1888-1894), concerning efforts by Crawford to secure a collection of Finnish artifacts for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 8 Crenshaw, William G. - Crittenden, M. L.
Folder 1 Croan, William M. - Crooks, W. E.
Folder 2 Cropper, John - Crosscup and West Engraving Company. Correspondents include William Otis Crosby of the Boston Society of Natural History (1886-1893).
Folder 3 Crotsenburg, C. S. - Culberson, N. C.
Folders 4-5 Culin, Robert Stewart, 1890-1901. Robert Stewart Culin served as Director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Science and Art. The bulk of the material concerns papers written by Culin and published by the U. S. N. M. Works include: "Chinese Games with Dice and Dominoes," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1893), "Mancala: The National Game of Africa," (Annual Report of the U.S. N. M., 1894), "Chess and Playing Cards," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1896).
Folder 6 Cullen, John S. - Cumstock, F. M.
Folder 7 Cundall, Frank - Cunnington, William. Correspondents include Burton L. Cunningham (1891-1895).
Folder 8 Curet, A. - Curtiss, J. L. Correspondents include: Rolla P. Currie (1900-1901); William E. Curtis (1891-1892).
Folder 1 Cusack, R. S. - Cutler, Abram. Correspondents include Frank Hamilton Cushing (1882-1899).
Folder 2 Cutler, Alfred M. - Cuyler and Mohler.
Folder 3 Dabney, Charles W. - Dakmen, Jose.
Folder 4 Dale, Blanche - Dalte, Ernest. Correspondents include: John J. Dalgleish (1893-1898); Caroline Healey Dall (1883-1897).
Folder 5 Dalton, A. P. - Damrow, Clinton O.
Folder 6 Dana, C. L. - Dangerfield, Theordore. Correspondents include: Edward Salisbury Dana of the American Journal of Science (1893); James Dwight Dana (1886-1897).
Folder 7 Daniel, A. C. - Daniel, Z. T. Correspondents include: John Warwick Daniel (1888-1900); John Warwick Daniel, Jr. (1894-1900).
Folder 8 Daniels, A. - Darling, C. W.
Folder 9 Darlington, Homer T. - Daum, J. J. Correspondents include G. Auguste Daubree of the Museum of Natural History, Paris (1888-1889).
Folder 10 Davenport, A. C. - Davie, Oliver.
Folder 1 Davies, Arthur W. - Davin, Harlow.
Folder 2 Davis, Alice - Davis, Charles L. Correspondents include Charles Albert Davis (1884-1897).
Folder 3 Davis, C. K. - Davis, Greer W.
Folder 4 Davis, Hauge - Davis, N. H.
Folder 5 Davis, P. L. - Davy, John. Correspondents include William Norris Davis (1886-1889).
Folder 6 Dawes, Charles G. - Dawson, Thomas. Correspondents include George M. Dawson, Director of the Geological Survey of Canada (1897-1900).
Folder 7 Day, Alfred E. - Dayton (Ohio).
Folder 8 Deahl, Mary E. - Dean, J. Ernest. Correspondents include Bashford Dean of Columbia University (1893-1902).
Folder 9 Dean, Samuel B. - Deckert, Emil. Correspondents include Ned Dearborn (1896).
Folder 10 DeCora, Angel - Deitz, William G.
Folder 1 DeJarnette, Henry M. - Delsue. Correspondents include Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh (1895-1900).
Folder 2 Demarest, A. - Demorest Normal School.
Folder 3 Demorgan, J. - Denison University.
Folder 4 Deniston, Thomas B. - Dennison, George W.
Folder 5 Dennison Manufacturing Company - Denton, Sherman F.
Folder 6 Dents - DeRange, R.
Folder 7 Derby, Abercrombie - Desert Museum. Correspondents include Emile Deschamps (1898-1902), concerning Deschamps' collecting activity in the Orient.
Folder 8 DeShayes, E. - Detwiler, John.
Folder 9 Deubach, William F. - Devoe, F. W.
Folder 10 DeVolcraft, Gracie D. - Dewey, John. Correspondents include: Dall DeWeese (1898-1899), regarding DeWeese's collecting work in behalf of the U. S. N. M.; Frederick P. Dewey (1889-1895), including the letters of 3/8/1892 and 4/25/1894 concerning Dewey's monograph, "A Preliminary Descriptive Catologue of the Systematic Collections in Economic Geology and Metallurgy," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #42, 1891).
Folder 1 Dewey, Melvil - Dharmehand, M.
Folder 2 Diago, J. - Diddock, W. T.
Folder 3 Diefold, F. S. - Dillon, P. W. Correspondents include Joseph Silas Diller of the U. S. Geological Survey (1884-1897).
Folder 4 Dilts, J. M. - Disbrow, Eterlina M.
Folder 5 Disney, W. S. - Dixon, Frederick J.
Folder 6 Dixon, J. N. - Dixon, Zella Allen. Correspondents include Samuel Gibson Dixon, President of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1892-1898).
Folder 7 Doan, R. E. - Dockstader, Arvilla.
Folder 8 Dodd, C. F. - Dodge, W. E.
Folder 9 Dodson, B. F. - Doig, Colin D. Correspondents include Carl Doerflinger of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee (1883-1886).
Folder 1 Dolan, A. - Donaldson, T. B. Correspondents include Charles Sumner Dolley of the University of Pennsylvania (1888-1892), concerning Dolley's work based on the U. S. N. M. collection of Crustacea from the Bahama Islands.
Folder 2 Donaldson, Thomas, 1881-1897. Most of the correspondence concerns Donaldson's work, "The George Catlin Indian Gallery in the U. S. N. M.," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1885, part II).
Folder 3 Donaldson, Walter - Dorchester, Daniel.
Folder 4 Doremus, Charles Avery - Doty, Webster.
Folder 5 Doubleday and McClure - Douglas, William L.
Folder 6 Douglass, A. E. - Dovener, B. B.
Folder 7 Dow, C. T. - Downs, W. J.
Folder 8 Doxey, William - Drake, C. M. Correspondents include Alexander Wilson Drake of the Century Magazine (1883-1901).
Folder 9 Drake, Francis - Dresser, William.
Folder 1 Drew, Charles V. - Driver, Jesse J.
Folder 2 Droege, F. - Drysdale, J. W.
Folder 3 Duane, Arthur - Dudley, W. H.
Folder 4 Duek, Henry F. - Duffy, E. C. Correspondents include James Erwin Duerden (1896-1902).
Folder 5 Dufour, Achilles - Dugger, John A. Correspondents include Alfredo Duges (1888-1902).
Folder 6 Dulau and Company - Dunbar, W. Linfred.
Folder 7 Dunblazier, W. H. - Dunham, Summer T.
Folder 8 Dunlap, H. G. - Dunn, W. S.
Folder 9 Dunnahoo, George R. - Duquesne College.
Folders 1-8 Durand, John, 1883-1901. The correspondence concerns Durand's work as an agent of the Smithsonian Institution in Paris and other European cities. Of special interest is an extensive amount of material regarding the Riggs Collection of Armor.
Folder 9 Durden, Henry S. - Dutton, Laura E.
Folder 10 Duty, M. F. - Dwyer, P. R.
Folder 11 Dyar, Harrison Gray - Dzlatzko, Dr. Correspondents include Harrison Gray Dyar (1897).
Folder 1 Eaches, William R. - Earle, George Jr.
Folder 2 Earley, James Jr. - Earnst, W. C. Correspondents include R. Edward Earll (1893-1895), regarding Earll's activity as special agent of the Smithsonian Institution at the Atlanta and World's Columbian Expositions.
Folder 3 Easley, George R. - Eaton, P. H.
Folder 4 Ebaugh, A. Newton - Eckbert, W. F.
Folder 5 Eckert, E. C. - Ecuador.
Folder 6 Edbrooke, W. J. - Edmonds, Willis. Correspondents include Thomas Alva Edison (1888).
Folder 7 Edmondson, J. H. - Edwards, Charles L.
Folder 8 Edwards, E. - Edwards, William Henry. Correspondents include William Henry Edwards (1884-1888).
Folder 9 Eeden, F. W. von - Egyptian Institute. Correspondents include Thomas Egleston of the School of Mines, Columbia College (1887-1892). Much of the correspondence concerns Egleston's work, "Catalogue of Minerals and Synonyms," (U.S. N. M. Bulletin #133, 1887).
Folder 10 Ehle, A. W. - Eifler, George William.
Folder 1 Eigenmann, Carl H., 1887-1901. Eigenmann served as Professor of Zoology at Indiana University. The bulk of the correspondence concerns his ichthyological work.
Folder 2 Eigenmann, Rosa Smith - Ekman, Sven. Correspondents include: Rosa Smith Eigenmann (1890); Gustavus Augustus Eisen of the California Academy of Sciences (1884-1900).
Folder 3 Elam, C. B. - Elguera, Manuel.
Folder 4 Elias, Charles - Elliott, W. St. George. Correspondents include: Daniel Giraud Elliott of the Field Columbian Museum (1895-1901); Henry W. Elliott (1885-1891).
Folder 5 Ellis and Elvey - Ellis and Webster.
Folder 6 Ells, James E. Jr. - Elsner, E.
Folder 7 Elting, R. D. - Emnerton, J. H.
Folder 8 Emery, A. S. - Emmal, Frank S.
Folder 9 Emmert, J. W. - Emsley, Charles.
Folder 1 Enander, John A. - Entomologist, The.
Folder 2 Epes, James F. - Ernst, A.
Folder 3 Ernst, C. W. - Erwin, O. L.
Folder 4 Esch, John J. - Eustis, Emily T. A.
Folder 5 Evans, Anna - Evans, John H.
Folder 6 Evans, Levi - Everette, Willis E. Correspondents include Willis E. Everette (1886-1899).
Folder 7 Evermann, Barton Warren, 1887-1901. An extensive amount of correspondence concerns Evermann's monograph, "Fishes of North and Middle America," co-authored with David Starr Jordan. (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #47, 4 vols., 1896-1900).
Folder 8 Eves, Washington - Ezzell, M. R.
Folder 9 Faber, L. S. - Fagen, John E. Correspondents include Charles E. Fagan of the British Museum (Natural History) (1893-1902).
Folder 1 Fahrney, E. C. - Fairchild, Herman Leroy. Correspondents include: David Grandison Fairchild (1897-1898); Herman Leroy Fairchild of the Geological Society of America (1891-1899).
Folder 2 Fairlie, Agnes E. - Farlow, William Gilson. Correspondents include William Gilson Farlow (1882-1897).
Folder 3 Farmer, A. M. - Farnell, A. F.
Folder 4 Farnham, Albert B. - Farwell, O. A.
Folder 5 Faucher, G. L. - Faxon, William Bailey. Correspondents include Walter Faxon of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1890-1898).
Folder 6 Fay, E. A. - Feerer, Lee T.
Folder 7 Feildon, H. W. - Felton, W. H. Correspondents include Ephraim Porter Felt (1898).
Folder 8 Fendler, Auguste - Fenyi, Julius.
Folder 9 Ferand, F. S. - Ferguson, William H.
Folder 1 Fergusson, Martin W. - Ferribee, L. H. Correspondents include: Charles Henry Fernald (1893-1895); Henry Torsey Fernald (1891-1899); Bernhard E. Fernow (1890-1897).
Folder 2 Ferril, William C. - Ferrill, Bennett P. Correspondents include William C. Ferril of the Colorado State Historical and Natural History Society (1897-1902).
Folder 3 Ferris, E. C. - Ffoulke, Charles. Correspondents include J. Walter Fewkes (1882-1898).
Folder 4 Fick, John R. - Field, W. S. Included is correspondence from the Field Columbian Museum, Chicago (1894-1898).
Folder 5 Fielder, W. M. - Filson, A. B.
Folder 6 Finch, Grant E. - First Pennsylvania State Normal School.
Folder 7 Fischer, A. F. - Fishel, Adler, and Schwartz.
Folder 8 Fisher, A. G. - Fisher, W. J. Correspondents include William H. Fisher of the Maryland Academy of Sciences (1893-1900).
Folder 9 Fiske, Franklin, P. - Fitz, Henry G.
Folder 10 Fitzgerald, David - Flawelka, Vinzenz.
Folder 1 Fletcher, Victor S. - Flett, G. H.
Folder 2 Flick, J. P. - Flite, A. A. Correspondents include: Earl Flint (1887-1894), concerning Flint's collecting activity in Nicaragua; Weston Flint of the Anthropological Society of Washington (1892).
Folder 3 Floericke, Curt - Floyd, William S. Correspondents include William Henry Flower, Director of the British Museum (Natural History) (1884-1897).
Folder 4 Fluck, W. H. - Fokkes, Mr.
Folder 5 Foland, John G. - Foord, T. C.
Folder 6 Foot, Katherine B. - Foote, S. H. Correspondents include: Albert E. Foote (1883-1893); J. Howard Foote (1882-1895).
Folder 7 Foraker, G. B. - Forbes, W. T. M. Correspondents include Stephen Alfred Forbes of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History (1884-1900).
Folder 8 Forbush, Amos B. - Forrester, Robert.
Folder 1 Forsbeck, Filip A. - Foss and Reiterman.
Folder 2 Foster, A. G. - Foster, John H.
Folder 3 Foster, Lizzie J. - Foster, W. T. Correspondents include Lyman Spalding Foster (1884-1898), concerning Foster's work, "The Published Writings of George Newbold Lawrence, (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #40, 1892).
Folder 4 Fouch, F. R. - Fowler, W. W. Correspondents include Gerard Fowke (1890-1895).
Folder 5 Fowlkes, Willis M. - Francis, John M. Correspondents include William J. Fox of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1892-1894).
Folder 6 Francis, Joseph - Francis, Willia I. Correspondents include Joseph Francis (1885-1892), concerning the life-saving apparatus invented by Francis.
Folder 7 Frank, Abner B. - Franz, C. F. L.
Folder 8 Frary, Charlie - Frassetto, Fabio. Correspondents include W. Lewis Fraser of the Century (1882-1891).
Folder 9 Frazar, George B. - Frazier, W. T. Correspondents include: Marston Abbott Frazar (1892-1902); Persifor Frazer (1893-1902).
Folder 1 Frear, William - Freitas, F. de.
Folder 2 Freley, J. W. - Frey, W. C.
Folder 3 Fric, V. - Friend, M. M.
Folder 4 Frierson, Lorraine S. - Fritzsche, L. Ernst.
Folder 5 Frobenius, L. - Frost, Thad.
Folder 6 Frothingham, Arthur L. - Fuller, W. J. Correspondents include Arthur L. Frothingham of the American Journal of Archaeology (1888).
Folder 7 Fullmer, E. L. - Funke, C.
Folder 8 Funston, Frederick - Fuss, J. F.
Folder 1 Gabb, William M. - Galbreth, C. L.
Folder 2 Galeana, F. Jr. - Galway, E. H. Correspondents include Beverley Thomas Galloway (1892).
Folder 3 Gamber, G. - Garden, William A. Correspondents include William Francis Ganong (1888).
Folder 4 Gardiner, Catherine - Gardner, Thomas I.
Folder 5 Garet, Mr. - Garner High School. Correspondents include Samuel Garman of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1881-1902).
Folder 6 Garner, J. P. - Gary, M. Correspondents include Richard Lynch Garner (1888-1894).
Folder 7 Gas Apparatus Exhibit - Gates, S. B.
Folder 8 Gatewood, C. B. - Gauvin, Charles Edward. Correspondents include Albert Samuel Gatschet (1890-1898).
Folder 9 Gavett, Andrew J. - Gaylord, H. J.
Folder 1 Gear, John H. - Gem Hammock and Fly-Net Company. Correspondents include Bruno Geisler (1891-1893), concerning Geisler's collecting work in New Guinea.
Folder 2 General Electric Company - Gentry, R. N.
Folder 3 Geoghegan, N. O. - Gerhold, Henry.
Folder 4 Gerlach, Charles - Gesswein, F. W. Correspondents include F. H. Gerrodette, director of the Carnegie Museum (1896).
Folder 5 Gest, Joseph Henry - Geyer, J. Correspondents include Joseph Henry Gest of the Cincinnati Museum Association (1888-1896).
Folder 6 Giard, Alfred - Gibbes, Lewis R.
Folder 7 Gibbs, C. S. - Gibsone, B. W. Correspondents include Oliver Wolcott Gibbs (1891).
Folder 8 Gidding, H. J. - Giggey, M. H.
Folder 9 Giglioli, Henry H., 1880-1896. The correspondence from the years 1889-1891 documents an exchange of Archaeological and Ethnological artifacts between the U. S. N. M. and the Museum of Zoology, Florence, Italy.
Folder 1 Gilbert, A. P. - Gilbert, E. T. Correspondents include Charles Henry Gilbert, of Stanford University (1892-1901), including the correspondence for 1895-1896 concerning Gilbert's monograph, "Report on the Fishes Dredged in Deep Water Near the Hawaiian Islands," (Proceedings of the U. S. N. M., vol. XIX, 1897).
Folder 2 Gilbert, Grove Karl - Gilbert, W. W. Correspondents include Grove Karl Gilbert (1884-1899).
Folder 3 Gilchrist, A. - Gilfrey, Henry H. Correspondents include Richard Watson Gilder, Editor of Century magazine (1883-1891).
Folder 4 Gilham, F. M. - Gillett, S. P. Correspondents include: Theodore Nicholas Gill (1883); Clarence Preston Gillette (1888-1902).
Folder 5 Gilliams, E. Leslie - Gilroy, Hugh J.
Folder 6 Gimbi, A. W. - Girard, Marie Blanche. Correspondents include Charles Girard (1887-1893), concerning the publication of "The Published Writings of Dr. Charles Girard," by George Brown Goode, (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #41, 1891).
Folder 7 Girault, A. A. - Given, G. W.
Folder 8 Givenchy, H. de - Glenn, W. J.
Folder 9 Glidden and Curtis - Gniffke, Henry B.
Folder 1 Goad, G. W. - Gains, Alford.
Folder 2 Gold, C. E. - Gomez, Manuel.
Folder 3 Good, A. C. - Goodell, H. H.
Folder 4 Goodfellow, Edward - Goodrich, M. Victor. Correspondents include Joseph King Goodrich (1887-1891).
Folder 5 Goodridge, E. A. - Goodyear, William Henry. Correspondents include William Henry Goodyear of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (1890-1901).
Folder 6 Gordon, A. - Gorey, R. J.
Folder 7 Gorgas, A. C. - Gosset, Aph. Correspondents include Alfred Traber Goshorn of the Cincinnati Museum Association (1885-1889).
Folder 8 Gothberg, D. - Gowland, W.
Folder 9 Grabau - Graham, W. P.
Folder 1 Grandy, W. F. - Granville, Henry G.
Folder 2 Grasby, W. Carlton - Gray, Charles A. Correspondents include Asa Gray (1882-1887).
Folder 3 Gray, E. A. - Grayson, Joel.
Folder 4 Greata, Louis A. - Green, H. E.
Folder 5 Green, Jacob S. - Greene, Samuel H.
Folder 6 Greenhood, F. - Greey, Eleanora M. Correspondents include Milton J. Greenman of the University of Pennsylvania (1893-1898).
Folder 7 Gregg, Robert A. - Greven, H.
Folder 8 Grider, F. U. - Griffing, W. J.
Folder 9 Griffith, A. H. - Griffin, Joe.
Folder 10 Grigg, J. W. - Grindell, J. W.
Folder 1 Grinlington, J. J. - Grinnell, G. L. Correspondents include George Bird Grinnell of the Forest and Stream Publishing Company (1888-1895).
Folder 2 Grinold, E. R. - Groshong, Fred N.
Folder 3 Gross, Ella - Groth, Paul. Correspondents include August Radcliff Grote (1891-1895), concerning a controversy between Grote and John Bernhard Smith over Smith's, "Insects of the Lepidopterous Family Noctuidae of Temperate North America. Revision of the Species of the Genus Agrotis," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #38, 1890).
Folder 4 Grothoiz, Benjamin - Gruhlke, A. C.
Folder 5 Grumbach, Ernst - Guerra, Mr. Included are letters regarding the U. S. Naval expedition to Guam aboard the Yosemite, 1899.
Folder 6 Guesde, Louis - Guitel, F. Correspondents include Louis Guesde (1886-1900).
Folder 7 Gulick, Thomas L. - Gunter, Richard L.
Folder 8 Gunther, Anton - Gurley, W. & L. E. Correspondents include Anton Gunther of the British Museum (Natural History) (1885-1901).
Folder 9 Gurlitz, Corelius - Gwin, Sam H.
Folder 1 Haberlein, Ernst - Haenelt, E. E. Correspondents include Alfred Cort Haddon (1890-1895).
Folder 2 Hafelfinger, Fred - Haislet, S. S.
Folder 3 Hakes, W. A. - Haliday and Richardson.
Folder 4 Hall, A. - Hall, H. S. Correspondents include Asaph Hall of Johns Hopkins University (1891 & 1898).
Folder 5 Hall, I. C. - Hall, W. T. Correspondents include James Hall (1892).
Folder 6 Hallack, B. B. - Hallock, William. Correspondents include Charles Hallock of The American Angler (1884-1896), concerning Hallock's efforts to secure animals for the U. S. N. M. and the National Zoological Park.
Folder 1 Halloran, P. J. - Hamilton, Thomas.
Folder 2 Hamlen, John M. - Hammond and Hepburn Company.
Folder 3 Hammond, L. H. - Hancox, C. E.
Folder 4 Hand, Charles W. - Hanks, Henry G.
Folder 5 Hanlon, Thomas - Hansud, Joseph.
Folder 6 Haraima, S. - Hardwicke, W. P. Correspondents include Robert Gordon Hardie (1895-1896), concerning Hardie's portrait of Spencer F. Baird.
Folder 7 Hardy, A. M. - Harkness, H. W.
Folder 8 Harlan and Hollingsworth - Harlow, C. H. Correspondents include C. H. Harlow (1884), regarding Harlow's collecting activity for the U. S. N. M. while serving on the Greely Relief Expedition.
Folder 1 Harmer, A. - Harper, W. R. Correspondents include Sidney Frederick Harmer of the University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge, England (1896-1899).
Folder 2 Harpster, I. L. - Harrington, W. Hauge. Correspondents include Edward Henry Harriman (1899).
Folder 3 Harris and Shafer - Harris, Ruth K. Correspondents include Israel H. Harris (1895- 1897), concerning the bequest of the Harris Collection of Fossils.
Folder 4 Harris, Thomas C. - Harrison, Fred E. Correspondents include William Charles Harris, editor of The American Angler (1882-1897).
Folder 5 Harrison Granite Company - Harry, T. O.
Folder 6 Harsch, Ed B. - Hart, Coleridge A. Correspondents include: A. R. Hart (1884-1900), concerning photo-engraving work performed for the U. S. N. M.; Charles Henry Hart (1884- 1897).
Folder 7 Hart, Edward - Hart (Mrs.) T. A.
Folder 8 Hart, William R. - Hartgraves, J. R. Correspondents include William W. Hart (1891-1901).
Folder 1 Hartkoff, Rev. Charles E. - Harvard University.
Folder 2 Harvey, Clara A. - Harwood, W. S. Correspondents include: Francis Leroy Harvey (1891-1892); Moses Harvey (1886-1900), including the correspondence for 1886-1887 concerning an expedition to Funk Island to secure the remains of the Great Auk.
Folder 3 Hasbrouck, Edwin M. - Haswell, John H. Correspondents include: Edwin M. Hasbrouck (1888-1896); Albert Hassall (1895-1901).
Folder 4 Hatch, J. H. - Hauff, A.
Folder 5 Haug, A. - Haughton, George.
Folder 6 Haupt, H. Jr. - Havens, William. Correspondents include Paul Haupt (1891).
Folder 7 Haviland and Company - Haworth, George.
Folder 1 Hay, Alexander - Hayden, H. B. Correspondents include: Oliver Perry Hay (1884-1898); William Perry Hay (1893-1902); Everett Hayden (1891-1895)
Folder 2 Hayden, John C. - Hayes, W. J.
Folder 3 Hayford, Mark C. - Hayter, C. M.
Folder 4 Hayward, B. M. - Hazzidakis, Joseph.
Folder 5 Heacock, E. H. - Hector, James.
Folder 6 Hedding College - Hehne, F. M.
Folder 7 Heidemann, Mica - Heilprin, Angelo. Correspondents include Angelo Heilprin of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1884-1892).
Folder 8 Heimberger, J. O. - Heitzmann, C. J.
Folder 1 Helen, Julia L. - Helveston, J. H. Correspondents include Edmund Heller (1900).
Folder 2 Hemenway, Augustus - Hemstreet, Margaret. Correspondents include Adolph Hempel (1896-1900).
Folder 3 Henckler, Edmund P. - Henderson, John S. Correspondents include David Bremner Henderson (1894-1902).
Folder 4 Henderson, Matthew C. - Henley, K. L.
Folder 5 Henness, Sallie O. - Henry, John H.
Folder 6 Henry, Mary A. - Hepburn, W. P. Correspondents include: Henry Wetherbee Henshaw (1882-1900); Samuel Henshaw (1890-1900).
Folder 7 Herbener, J. H. - Herman, E.
Folder 8 Hermans, E. J. - Herrold, C. H. Correspondents include: Alfonzo L. Herrera of the National Museum of Mexico (1894-1897); Clarence Luther Herrick (1892-1896); Francis H. Herrick (1890-1898).
Folder 1 Hersdorffer, Max - Hesperian College.
Folder 2 Hess, C. F. - Hester, W. A.
Folder 3 Hetherington, W. P. - Heyward, H. G.
Folder 4 Hiatt, Joel W. - Hickey, S. I.
Folder 5 Hickman, H. H. - Hiett, A. B.
Folder 6 Higdem, J. S. - Higley, W. K.
Folder 7 Hilburn, M. E. - Hill, (Mrs.) C. M. B. Correspondents include Charles S. Hill (1885-1892), concerning Hill's work as State Department representative to Expositions.
Folder 8 Hill, E. - Hill, Robert Thomas. Correspondents include Robert Thomas Hill (1887-1901).
Folder 9 Hill, S. F. - Hilton, J. H.
Folder 1 Himes, George H. - Hintze, Alexander.
Folder 2 Hipkins, A. J. - Hires and Company. Correspondents include Alfred E. Hippisley (1885-1891), concerning the Hippisley Collection of Porcelains.
Folder 3 Hirsch, Maria R. - Hissoff, J. Villy.
Folder 4 Hitchcock, Charles Henry - Hitt, R. R. Correspondents include Charles Henry Hitchcock (1896-1900); Romyn Hitchcock (1885-1895).
Folder 5 Hoadley, Frederick - Hobson, W. P.
Folder 6 Hoch, Frank R. - Hodge, Mort. Correspondents include Frederick Webb Hodge (1894-1898).
Folder 7 Hodges, Bertha D. - Hoevel, Julius Von.
Folder 8 Hoff, John Van R. - Hogue, Theodore. Correspondents include Walter James Hoffman (1890-1898), concerning Hoffman's work, "The Graphic Art of the Eskimos," published in the U. S. N. M. Annual Report (1895).
Folder 1 Hohle, O. J. - Holdredge, J. E. Correspondents include: Edward Singleton Holden (1886-1898); Joseph Bassett Holder of the American Museum of Natural History (1882-1887).
Folder 2 Holfield, Fred D. - Hollander, Leo. Correspondents include William Jacob Holland (1881-1902).
Folder 3 Hollenbeck, A. T. - Hollywood, J. M.
Folder 4 Holm, Gustav - Holme, Ringer, and Company. Correspondents include Theodor Holm (1887-1898).
Folder 5 Holmes, Mr. - Holmes, J. S. Correspondents include Joseph Austin Holmes (1889-1901).
Folder 6 Holmes, N. D. - Holt, W. H. Correspondents include William Henry Holmes (1894).
Folder 7 Holtz, Fred L. - Holzner, Frank X. Correspondents include John M. Holzinger (1889-1897).
Folder 1 Homan, Ernest G. - Hooker, W. B.
Folder 2 Hooper, Francis William - Hoover, W. I. Correspondents include Francis William Hooper, director of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (1889-1901).
Folder 3 Hope Brothers and Company - Hopkins, A. W.
Folder 4 Hopkins, Charles C. - Hopkins, M. B.
Folder 5 Hopkins, Nellie C. - Horn, Edward T. Correspondents include T. C. Hopkins (1891-1901).
Folder 6 Horn, Frank L. - Hornaday, William Temple. Correspondents include William Temple Hornaday (1889-1899).
Folder 7 Hornbeck, E. A. - Hornor, Effie.
Folder 8 Horsbough, Boyd R. - Horwood, C. G. H.
Folder 1 Hose, Mrs. - Hoss, E. E.
Folder 2 Hossfeld, H. - Houghton, William H. Correspondents include Walter Hough (1897-1901).
Folder 3 Houk, John C. - Hovey, George U. S. Correspondents include Edmund Otis Hovey (1892-1899).
Folder 4 How, B. W. Jr. - Howard, Herman.
Folder 5 Howard, James C. - Howard, W. W.
Folder 6 Howarth, E. - Howe, Lucien.
Folder 7 Howe, Marshall Avery - Howe, William H. Correspondents include: Marshall Avery Howe (1895-1896); Reginald Heber Howe, Jr. (1898-1900).
Folder 8 Howell, A. B. - Howell, Fred N. Correspondents include Arthur Holmes Howell (1896-1899).
Folder 9 Howell, George R. - Howell, W. T.
Folder 1 Howells, M. M. - Howieson, C. H.
Folder 2 Howitz, D. - Howarth, Henry H.
Folder 3 Howren, W. D. - Hoyt, W. R.
Folder 4 Hrdlicka, Ales - Hubbard, George C. Correspondents include: Ales Hrdlicka of the American Museum of Natural History (1899-1900); Gardiner Greene Hubbard (1893-1894).
Folder 5 Hubbard, Henry - Hubrecht.
Folder 6 Huck, H. J. Jr. - Huesgen, Herman.
Folder 7 Huff, Charles H. - Hughes, J. W.
Folder 8 Hughes, P. C. - Hulsman, O.
Folder 1 Human Alliance - Humphreys, William.
Folder 2 Hundley, J. C. - Hunter, W. D.
Folder 3 Huntington, Amelia S. - Huntington, W. S. Correspondents include George Sumner Huntington of Columbia College (1891-1895).
Folder 4 Huntley, C. G. - Hurlbut, Henry H.
Folder 5 Hurley, Denis M. - Huston, Sam.
Folder 6 Hutchins, C. C. - Hutchinson, W. F.
Folder 7 Hutson, E. - Hyman, H. Correspondents include Frederick Wallaston Hutton (1893-1896), concerning the exchange of specimens between the U. S. N. M. and the Canterbury Museum, New Zealand.
Folder 8 Hyatt, Alpheus - Hyatt, Celestine. Correspondents include Alpheus Hyatt of the Boston Society of Natural History (1883-1898).
Folder 9 Hyde, Bertha C. - Hyslop, Mary.
Folder 1 Iankeay, Curtis P. - Ihlseng, M. C. Correspondents include Herman von Ihering, Director of the Museum Paulista, Sao Paulo, Brazil (1889-1899).
Folder 2 Ijama, J. - Illustrated American.
Folder 3 Imbert, R. A. - Indiana, State Normal School of.
Folder 4 Indiana University, 1887-1892. Much of the correspondence concerns a controversy between the U. S. N. M. and Indiana University over the Owen Collection of Fossils. The bulk of the correspondence is between George Brown Goode and David Starr Jordan.
Folder 5 Indianola High School - Ingalls, George L. Correspondents include Charles Edward Ingalls (1885-1902).
Folder 6 Ingalls, John - Ingersoll, Colin M.
Folder 7 Ingersoll, Ernest, 1883-1900.
Folder 8 Ingersoll, Frank H. - Ingraham, Prentiss.
Folder 9 Ingram, A. R. - Inwood (Iowa) Public Schools.
Folder 1 Ionides, A. A. - Iowa, State University of.
Folder 2 Iransean, S. - Irwin, William G.
Folder 3 Isaacs, Alice M. - Ishikawa, K. Correspondents include Chiyomatsu Ishikawa of the Imperial Museum, Tokyo, Japan (1897-1898).
Folder 4 Italian Geographical Society - Ivinson, T. J.
Folder 5 Jacaway, J. P. - Jackson, C. S. Contains correspondence concerning relics of Andrew Jackson.
Folder 6 Jackson, David - Jacksonville Woolen Mills. Correspondents include Hartley H. T. Jackson (1901-1902).
Folder 7 Jacober, Joseph K. - Jaekel, Otto.
Folder 1 Jaensch, Max A. - James, G. Wharton.
Folder 2 James, H. A. - James, W. J. Correspondents include Joseph F. James (1884-1897).
Folder 3 Jameson, E. F. - Janney, Nathaniel E.
Folder 4 Jansen, Dewitt C. - Jayne, Horace.
Folder 5 Jeanne d'Arc - Jenkins, William R. Correspondents include: J. Gwyn Jeffreys (1892), concerning the Jeffreys' Collection of Shells; Oliver Peebles Jenkins (1887-1895).
Folder 6 Jenks, A. H. - Jervis, Guglielmo. Correspondents include Willis Linn Jepson (1896-1898).
Folder 7 Jesse, R. H. - Jesus, Evaristo de. Correspondents include Morris Ketchum Jesup, President of the American Museum of Natural History (1882-1900), including the correspondence of 1882-1887 concerning S. I. involvement in securing a collection of building stones for the American Museum of Natural History.
Folder 1 Jett, Thomas - Johns Hopkins University Library.
Folder 2 Johnson, A. B. - Johnson, Fred.
Folder 3 Johnson, George - Johnson, Oliver W. Correspondents include Herbert P. Johnson of the University of California (1897-1898).
Folder 4 Johnson, Paul - Johnson, W. Martin. Correspondents include Walter Adams Johnson of Osprey Company (1898-1902).
Folder 5 Johnston, Alex B. - Joneas, A. E.
Folder 6 Jones, A. H. - Jones, E. S.
Folder 7 Jones, F. B. - Jones, J. T.
Folder 1 Jones, Lewis L. - Jordan, D. A.
Folders 2-8 Jordan, David Starr, 1881-1902. This correspondence spans Jordan's career, from his years as professor of Natural History at Indiana University to his Presidency of Leland Stanford Junior University (now Stanford University). Many of the letters concern Jordan's prolific writing career. Particularly evident is correspondence relating to his classic work, "Fishes of North and Middle America," co-authored with Barton Warren Evermann (Bulletin #47, U. S. N. M.). A much smaller amount of correspondence concerns ichthyological questions.
Folder 9 Jordan, E. B. - Joyner, Louis J. W. Correspondents include Pierre Louis Jouy (1890-1894) concerning Jouy's collecting activity in Southern Arizona and Mexico.
Folder 10 Judd, A. - Juvet, L. P. Correspondents include Sylvester Dwight Judd (1896-1898).
Folder 1 Kagy, T. A. - Kapri, Andrew.
Folder 2 Karasseu, Mr. - Kaznahreff.
Folder 3 Keach, M. A. - Keary, Harry J. Correspondents include Thomas V. Keam (1886-1896), concerning the Keam Collection of Pottery.
Folder 4 Keck, Karl - Keenan, Thomas J. Correspondents include Charles A. Keeler (1901).
Folder 5 Keene, B. L. - Kehrbach, Karl.
Folder 6 Keiley, Joseph T. - Kelley, W. T.
Folder 7 Kelliher, Beatrice C. - Kelly, Patrick H.
Folder 8 Kelly, Robert E. - Kemster, Walter.
Folder 1 Kenaston, C. A. - Kennedy, William T.
Folder 2 Kenner, B. - Kenyon, W. J. C.
Folder 3 Keown, E. D. - Kerling, Shirley. Correspondents include Coenraad Kerbert of the Royal Zoological Society, Amsterdam (1894-1899).
Folder 4 Kermode, P. M. C. - Kerz, D. Correspondents include Mark Brickell Kerr (1892-1894), concerning Kerr's collecting activity in South and Central America.
Folder 5 Kessler, C. W. - Khanenko, Mr.
Folder 6 Kibbee, James - Kieserling, Richard. Correspondents include J. H. Kidder of the U. S. Fish Commission (1883-1889).
Folder 7 Kilbourne, E. J. - Kimmel, Kenneth.
Folder 8 Kincaid, E. K. - Kiney, Samuel.
Folder 1 King, A. F. A. - King Library, The. Correspondents include C. A. King (1891-1896), regarding King's collecting activity in Central America.
Folder 2 King, Martha - Kip, William F. Correspondents include J. Sterling Kingsley (1883-1896).
Folder 3 Kirby, G. C. - Kirksville Normal School.
Folder 4 Kirkus, William - Klatte, W.
Folder 5 Klee, James L. - Klotz, Otto J.
Folder 6 Knab, Ferdinand - Knight, Wilbur C.
Folder 7 Knopp, A. - Kyn-Scheerer Company. Correspondents include Frank Hall Knowlton (1887-1890).
Folder 1 Kobe Museum - Koene, E. Correspondents include Sylvester R. Koehler (1883-1898).
Folder 2 Koening, A. O. - Koyl, C. Herschel.
Folder 3 Krackowizer, E. W. - Kreuter, Victor von. Correspondents include Carl Kraepelin of the Hamburg Museum (1898).
Folder 4 Krick, Robert - Kuki, R.
Folder 5 Kulp, Monroe H. - Kuntze, Otto.
Folder 6 Kunz, George Frederick - Kyser, John M. Correspondents include George Frederick Kunz, gem expert and agent for the U. S. Geological Survey (1882-1897).
Folder 1 Labar, Alex C. - Lacygne City Schools. Correspondents include R. D. Lacoe (1891-1898), concerning the deposition of the Lacoe Collection of Fossil Plants in the U. S. N. M.
Folder 2 Ladd, C. D. - Lahille, Fernando. Correspondents include Robert Marion LaFollette (1890-1891).
Folder 3 Laidlaw, G. E. - Lamb, T. H. P.
Folder 4 Lambe, Lawrence Morris - Lambuth, J. W. Correspondents include Lawrence Morris Lambe of the Geological Survey of Canada (1893-1898).
Folder 5 Lamorandiere, P. R. - Lander, W. T.
Folder 6 Landis, C. B. - Lane, Sylvanus. Correspondents include Alfred C. Lane, State Geologist of Michigan (1900).
Folder 7 Lang, C. B. - Langelier, A. & Company.
Folder 8 Lagenbeck, Karl - Lansing, Georgiana L. Correspondents include: Samuel P. Langley (1882); Edwin Ray Lankester, Director of the British Museum (Natural History) (1888-1901).
Folder 1 LaPlata, Museum of - Latham, Harris Learner.
Folder 2 Lathrop, A. C. - LaVasseur, Adelaide.
Folder 3 Law, Charles - Lawrence, W. P. Correspondents include George Newbold Lawrence (1880-1893).
Folder 4 Laws, L. W. - Layton, F. C.
Folder 5 Lea, A. E. - Leavitt, George U. L.
Folder 6 LeBaron, John Francis - Ledyard, L. C. Correspondents include: John Francis LeBaron (1889-1902), concerning LeBaron's collecting activities in Nicaragua; Wilhelm Leche of the Zoological Institute; Stockholm (1893-1897); John Lawrence LeConte (1882); Joseph Leconte (1896).
Folder 7 Lee, Albert - Lee, L. T. Correspondents include Leslie Alexander Lee (1885-1901).
Folder 8 Lee, Mary Curtis - Leeper, D. R. Correspondents include Daniel Leech (1881-1887), concerning a controversy between Leech, William J. Rhees and George H. Boehmer.
Folder 9 Lees, William J. - Leggett, G. W.
Folder 1 Lehan, T. - Leidy, Joseph. Correspondents include Joseph Leidy (1883-1890).
Folder 2 Leigh, I. Studdy - Leland Stanford Junior University. Correspondents include: G. W. Leitner (1891-1901); Leland Stanford Junior University (1892-1897).
Folder 3 Lembert, John B. - Lemon, John H. Correspondents include Henry Rowan Lemly (1891-1896).
Folder 4 Lendl, Adolf - Leotaud, H. T. Correspondents include Nicholas Leon, Director of the Michoacan Museum, Mexico (1888-1892), including the letter of 9/18/1892 concerning the suppression of the Michoacan Museum by the government of the state of Michoacan.
Folder 5 Leperron, Pearl - Lester, Rufus E. Correspondents include Otto Lerch of the Geological Survey of Texas (1890-1895).
Folder 6 Letcher, S. H. - Levy, William.
Folder 7 Lewelling, H. G. - Lewis, George S.
Folder 8 Lewis, Helen - Lewton, Frederick J.
Folder 1 Libbey, William Jr. - Lichtervelde, Count de. Correspondents include William Libbey, Jr. of the E. M. Museum of Geology and Archaeology, Princeton University (1894-1896).
Folder 2 Liddell, A. V. - Limur, Al de.
Folder 3 Lincoln, H. F. - Linsay, W. B. Correspondents include Josua Lindahl (1888-1899).
Folder 4 Linsey, A. W. - Linz, Austria. Correspondents include Edwin Linton (1891-1901).
Folder 5 Lipkowski, Leon - Lisbon.
Folder 6 Liscomb, C. P. - Llewellyn, J. F.
Folder 7 Lloyd, C. G. H. - Lodar, R.
Folder 1 Loeber, H. A. - Lombard, D.
Folder 2 London: Geographical Society - Long, M. C.
Folder 3 Long, Paul F. - Loper, S. Ward. Correspondents include: Einar Lonnberg (1892-1893); Leverett Mills Loomis (1894-1896).
Folder 4 Lorange, John - Loring, John Alden. Correspondents include: Charles Greely Loring, Director of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (1883-1900); John Alden Loring (1893-1900).
Folder 5 Lortet, L. - Louisiana State University. Correspondents include L. Lortet of the Museum of Natural Sciences, Lyons, France (1887-1895).
Folder 6 Love, Robert R. - Lovguin, C. F.
Folder 7 Low, Andrew H. - Lozier, E. G.
Folder 1 Lubliner, Solomon - Lugrin, C. H. Correspondents include Otto Lugger (1889-1890).
Folder 2 Luhn, G. J. - Luxoro, Alfredo.
Folder 3 Lybrand, A. - Lyles, William H. Correspondents include Richard Lydekker of the British Museum (Natural History) (1891-1901).
Folder 4 Lyman, Don - Lyster, Van de.
Folder 5 McAdoo, J. - McBryde, Charles N. M.
Folder 6 McCabe, John - McCombe, George F. Correspondents include Charles Freeman Williams McClure of Princeton University (1891-1898).
Folder 7 McConathy, W. J. - McCoy, William J. Correspondents include Lewis M. McCormick of the Glen Island Museum of Natural History (1886-1897).
Folder 1 McCreary, James B. - McCurdy, Susan.
Folder 2 McDade, James E. - McDowell, W. E.
Folder 3 McEldonney, John - McEwen, Thomas B.
Folder 4 McFadden, G. S. - McFetridge, J. S. Correspondents include: John M. McFarlane of the University of Pennsylvania (1891 & 1898); Robert McFarlane (1889-1901), concerning McFarlane's collecting activity in Canada.
Folder 5 McGee, H. A. - McGirr, T. L. Correspondents include William John McGee (1885-1896).
Folder 6 McGohan, A. W. - McCuire, William. Correspondents include: D. J. MacGowan (1891-1893), regarding MacGowan's collecting work in China and Manchuria; Joseph Deakins McGuire (1892-1896), concerning McGuire's paper, "A Study of the Primitive Methods of Drilling," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1894).
Folder 7 MacHarg, John B. - McJunkin, William.
Folder 8 Mack, Eugene - MacKenzie, W. L.
Folder 1 Mckesson & Robbins - Mckoon, H. W.
Folder 2 McLachlan, D. C. - McLean, William.
Folder 3 McLees, Frank - McLoyd, Charles.
Folder 4 McMahan, Charles S. - McMillen, S. B.
Folder 5 McMinn, J. H. - McMurtrie, William. Correspondents include J. Playfair McMurrick of the University of Michigan (1883-1902).
Folder 6 McNabb, D. T. - McNutt, George A.
Folder 7 Macomb, M. M. - Macy, William. Correspondents include John Macoun (1893).
Folder 8 Madarase, Julius V. - Madrid.
Folder 1 Magdalene College - Maguire, F. Z.
Folder 2 Maher, John - Makepeace, R. K. Correspondents include Joseph Henry Maiden of the Botanical Gardens, Sydney, Australia (1896-1902).
Folder 3 Malaun, C. W. - Mamreov, A. F.
Folder 4 Man, J. G. de - Manley, Henry. Correspondents include Gabriel Edward Manigault (1883-1899).
Folder 5 Mann, Albert - Mann, Samuel. Correspondents include Albert Mann (1890-1902).
Folder 6 Manning, D. - Manyhouse, J. D.
Folder 7 Maore, R. L. - Margins, M. Correspondents include Jules B. Marcou (1886-1890).
Folder 8 Marietta College - Marrable, John.
Folder 9 Marsden, A. - Marshall, Horatio A.
Folder 10 Marshall, James - Marshall, William B.
Folder 1 Marsters, Vernon Freeman - Martha, Eugene. Correspondents include Vernon Freeman Marsters of Indiana University (1891-1892).
Folder 2 Martin, A. - Martin, George F. Correspondents include Fernando Wood Martin (1890-1894).
Folder 3 Martin, H. J. - Martin, W. P.
Folder 4 Martindale, Elizabeth J. - Maryville College.
Folder 5 Maslin, Tillie - Mason, J. Wood.
Folder 6 Mason, O. G. - Mason, W. L.
Folder 7 Massachusetts - Masterton, G. E.
Folder 8 Matchett, John W. - Mathews, G. W. Correspondents include Fred Mather (1881-1894).
Folder 9 Mathews, R. H. - Mathis, E. N.
Folder 10 Matlack, Mary - Matzudaira, C. Correspondents include Washington Matthews (1884-1898).
Folder 1 Mauck, C. H. - Maux, E.
Folder 2 Maverick, Sarah H. - Maxwell, Walter H. Correspondents include William Ralph Maxon (1893-1896).
Folder 3 May & Lane - Mazza, C. N. Correspondents include Alfred Goldsbourough Mayer of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (1901-1902).
Folder 4 Mead, Chauncey - Meares, Walker.
Folders 5-8 Mearns, Edgar Alexander, 1891-1894. This correspondence documents Mearns' collecting activities while serving as Medical Officer of the Mexican-United States International Boundary Commission (1891-1894). Letters concern the general progress of the Commission, accounts of collecting excursions, transmission of specimens to the U. S. N. M., requests for materials, and staff problems.
Folder 1 Mearns, Edgar Alexander, 1895-1902. Much of the correspondence concerns Mearns' collecting activity while stationed at Ft. Clark, Texas (1898) and Ft. Adams, Rhode Island (1899-1902). Of special interest are letters of 11/15 & 29/1899, to Frederick William True which concern efforts by Mearns to help secure the services of U. S. Army Medical Officers stationed in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Manila to act as collectors of ethnological, anthropological, and historical artifacts for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 2 Mears, Ellis - Medford, H. C.
Folders 3-4 Medicinal Flora of America Commission, 1896-1898. This correspondence concerns a joint effort between the S. I. and the Pan-American Medical Congress to collect material relating to the medicinal use of plants in the United States. Many of the letters are from amateur botanists, pharmacists, and the general public offering assistance in securing specimens. Major correspondents include Frederick Vernon Coville and Henry Hurd Rusby.
Folder 5 Medina, Jose F. - Meeker, E. Correspondents include Seth Eugene Meek (1884-1902).
Folder 6 Meigs, M. - Melcher, G. F. Correspondents include Montgomery C. Meigs (1882-1892).
Folder 7 Nell, P. H. - Melville, W. H. Correspondents include Michael Melnifoff of the Institute of Mines, St. Petersburg, Russia (1896-1898).
Folder 1 Menage Collection - Menzbier, Michael.
Folder 2 Merbecks, Franz - Merjon, Henry. Correspondents include Henry Chapman Mercer of the University of Pennsylvania (1897).
Folder 3 Merrell, E. R. - Merrick, W. N. Correspondents include Clinton Hart Merriam (1882-1902).
Folder 4 Merrill, A. H. - Merrill, Virgil D. Correspondents include Frederick James Hamilton Merrill, Director of the New York State Museum (1887-1901).
Folder 5 Merritt, Catharine - Merwin, Louis T.
Folder 6 Meschinelli, Luigi - Mexico High School.
Folder 7 Meyenberg, E. - Meyer, A. Leonard. Correspondents include Adolf B. Meyer of the Dresden, Germany Museum (1876-1902).
Folder 8 Meyer, Charles S. - Meza, M. M. de.
Folder 9 Miami Medical College - Mikkelsen, M. A.
Folder 1 Milan, B. C. and Son - Millenbucher, W. C.
Folder 2 Miller, A. A. - Miller Brothers. Correspondents include A. J. Miller (1889), concerning an archaeological expedition to Central America.
Folder 3 Miller, C. A. - Miller, F. Theodore.
Folder 4 Miller, George E. - Miller, L. W. Correspondents include Gerrit Smith Miller, Jr. (1897-1898).
Folder 5 Miller, M. F. - Miller, W. M.
Folder 6 Millet, Albert - Millspaugh, Thomas. Correspondents include Charles Frederick Millspaugh (1898-1900).
Folder 7 Milne-Edwards, A. - Minor, S. H.
Folder 8 Minot, Charles Sedgwick - Minton, Maurice M. Correspondents include Charles Sedgwick Minot (1883-1889).
Folder 1 Mischo-Muller - Mitchell, H. P.
Folder 2 Mitchell, James - Mitchell, William. Correspondents include John D. Mitchell (1894-1896).
Folder 3 Mitsukuri, Kakichi - Mixter, C. S. Correspondents include Kakichi Mitsukuri of the Imperial Museum, Tokyo, Japan (1895-1899).
Folder 4 Moak, C. C. - Moffitt, Phillip. Correspondents include Karl A. Mobius of the Royal Museum of Natural History, Berlin, Germany (1887-1901).
Folder 5 Mohr, Charles - Moneymaker, J. T.
Folder 6 Monfort, E. M. - Montcrieffe, R. B. Correspondents include R. B. Montcrieffe (1897), concerning Montcrieffe's exploration of Nicaragua.
Folder 1 Mooar, John W. (Mrs.) - Mooney, W. F.
Folder 2 Moore, A. - Moore, E. R. Correspondents include Clarence Bloomfield Moore (1897-1900).
Folder 3 Moore, Frank - Moore, I. A.
Folder 4 Moore, J. A. - Moore, Lida G. Correspondents include John Percy Moore of the University of Pennsylvania (1891-1902).
Folder 5 Moore, M. - Moore, Willis L.
Folder 6 Moorehead, Warren King - Morelet, Arthur. Correspondents include Warren King Moorehead (1890-1895).
Folder 7 Moreno, Francisco P. - Morgan, Irby. Correspondents include Francisco P. Moreno, Director of the Museum de la Plata, Argentina (1895-1896).
Folder 8 Morgan, Jason H. - Morong, Thomas.
Folder 9 Morr, R. A. - Morrow, H. W.
Folder 1 Morse, Albert P. - Morse, W. Correspondents include Edward Sylvester Morse of the Peabody Academy of Science (1881-1900).
Folder 2 Mortensen, Th. - Mortimore, S. Correspondents include Theodore Mortensen of the Zoological Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark (1900-1901).
Folder 3 Morton, Alexander - Morton, Lucy D. Correspondents include Alexander Morton of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (1891-1896).
Folder 4 Mosaic Tile Company - Moscow, University of.
Folder 5 Moseley, C. F. - Moss, Wilson T.
Folder 6 Moth, Axel - Moussu, H. O.
Folder 7 Mowbray, L. - Mueller, Otto E.
Folder 8 Muhlig, F. M. - Mullan, W. T.
Folder 9 Mullen, Mrs. - Muinford, F. B.
Folder 1 Munch, H. - Munoz and Espriella.
Folder 2 Munro, Wallace - Munyon, Samuel.
Folder 3 Murata, Ho - Murkland, Charles S.
Folder 4 Murphree, E. W. (Mrs.) - Murton, Joseph.
Folder 5 Muse, Eva Scott (Mrs.) - Musgrave, M.
Folder 6 Muslin, Ovide - Myer, Issac.
Folder 7 Myers, A. H. - Mysore, Bungalore, India.
Folder 8 Naaman, J. J. - Nay and Sons.
Folder 1 Neal, A. L. - Neff, Peter. Correspondents include James G. Needham (1894-1902).
Folder 2 Negley, James S. - Neiman, Howard S. Correspondents include Henry Nehrling of the Milwaukee Public Museum (1892-1901).
Folder 3 Nekam, L. A. - Nelson, John C. Correspondents include Edward William Nelson (1883-1898). The letter of 10/17/1883, to Spencer F. Baird, regards Nelson's proposed manuscript on the Ethnology of the Alaskan Eskimo. The correspondence for 1884 concerns Nelson's collecting activity in Arizona.
Folder 4 Nelson, Knute - Netto, S.
Folder 5 Neuefer, A. W. - Nevius, J. N. Correspondents include Julius Neumann (1888-1897) concerning Neumann's efforts to secure a collection of Chinese Musical Instruments for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 6 Newark Entomological Society - Newcombe, Charles F. Correspondents include John Strong Newberry (1890).
Folder 7 Newell, Charles F. - Newhouse, N. L.
Folder 8 Newington, W. H. C. - Newman, W. P.
Folder 1 New Mexico School of Mines - Newton, G. W. Correspondents include Alfred Newton of Magdalene College, Cambridge, England (1887-1898).
Folder 2 Newton, J. C. Calhoun - New York, University of the State of.
Folder 3 Niblack, Albert P. - Nicholas, E. B. Correspondents include Albert P. Niblack (1884-1893). The letter of 10/13/1884 to Spencer F. Baird regards efforts by Niblack to establish an exchange program with the Government Museum of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Much of the correspondence for 1889-1891 concerns Niblack's work, "The Coast Indians of Southern Alaska and Northern British Columbia," published in the U. S. N. M. Annual Report, 1888.
Folder 4 Nicholls, Joanna R. - Nichols, William A.
Folder 5 Nicholson, A. M. - Nicholson, W. L.
Folder 6 Nickel, Charles - Niemeyer, Harry.
Folder 7 Nilhelm, Thomas - Nixon, S. D.
Folder 1 Noah, J. M. - Noll, William H. Correspondents include Edward J. Nolan of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1886-1900).
Folder 2 Nolte, William F. - Norman, W. W.
Folder 3 Norrell, J. H. - North, Sue.
Folder 4 Northcutt, C. C. - Northwood High School. Correspondents include John Isaiah Northrup of The Columbia College School of Mines (1890-1891).
Folder 5 Nossiloff, C. - Nutting, Charles.
Folders 6-7 Nutting, Charles Cleveland, 1886-1897. A voluminous amount of correspondence concerns Nutting's monograph, "The American Hydroida," U. S. N. M. Special Bulletin #4, 1901.
Folders 1-2 Nutting, Charles Cleveland, 1898-1902. Again, the correspondence concentrates upon Nutting's monograph, "The American Hydroida," U. S. N. M. Special Bulletin #4, 1901.
Folder 3 Nye, George L. - Obenchain, William A.
Folder 4 Ober, Frederick Albion - Oberthur Butterfly Collection. Correspondents include: Frederick Albion Ober (1884-1898); Harry Church Oberholser (1895-1899).
Folder 5 Oborn, J. W. - O'Connor, M.
Folder 6 Odell, Clara M. - Ogburn, Burt.
Folder 7 Ogden, Herbert Gouverneur- O'Grady, James M. E. Correspondents include Herbert Gouverneur Ogden of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (1893-1894), regarding Ogden's activity collecting ethnological material in Alaska.
Folder 8 O'Halloran, P. J. - Olds, S. S.
Folder 9 O'Leary, George - Olmsted, Olmsted, and Eliot.
Folder 10 Olney, Mary P. (Mrs.) - Omro High School.
Folder 1 Onderdonk, Charles S. - Orcutt, C. B.
Folders 2-3 Orcutt, Charles Russell, 1882-1900. Much of the correspondence for 1891-1895 concerns Orcutt's collecting trips to Mexico. The correspondence for 1898 regards Orcutt's plans to publish a bibliographical index to North American Botany.
Folder 4 Orcutt, I. H. - Ormsbee, C. O.
Folder 5 Orne, Freeman - Orton, L. H.
Folder 6 Osband, Lucy A. - Osborn, Henry Fairfield. Correspondents include: Henry Fairfield Osborn (1891-1898). Of special interest is the letter of 4/7/1896, to George Brown Goode, in which Osborn criticizes the retention of government fossil mammal type specimens by Othniel Charles Marsh, at New Haven. The letter of 4/27/1897 to Samuel P. Langley concerns the unpublished monograph by Edward Drinker Cope, "The Crocodilians, Lizards, and Snakes of North America."
Folder 7 Osborn, Henry Leslie - Osborn, T. C. Correspondents include: Henry Leslie Osborn (1882-1899); Herbert Osborn (1889-1894).
Folder 8 Osborne, Arthur L. - Osgood, Wilfred H.
Folder 9 O'Shea, William - Ostrom, Edward.
Folder 10 O'Sullivan, M. (Mrs.) - Overton, Frank D.
Folder 1 Owen Collection of Fossil - Ozias, J. W.
Folder 2 Paarmann, J. H. - Packard, R. L. Correspondents include Alpheus Spring Packard of Brown University (1890-1895).
Folder 3 Packbaur, Edward J. - Page, William F. Correspondents include George Shepard Page (1884-1892).
Folder 4 Pageuslecher, Dr. - Painter, Joseph H.
Folder 5 Palagi, Marquis - Palmer, J. W. Correspondents include Edward Palmer (1884-1893), concerning Palmer's trip to Key West, Florida to collect coral for a U. S. N. M. exhibit at the New Orleans International Cotton Exhibition (1884).
Folder 6 Palmer, L. - Pannepacker, D. E.
Folder 7 Papadopoulos, E. and Company - Parish, S. B. and W. F.
Folder 1 Park, Caroline N. - Parke, George H.
Folder 2 Parker, A. - Parker, Fred.
Folder 3 Parker, George H. - Parker, Richard A. Correspondents include Henry W. Parker (1885-1886).
Folder 4 Parker, Samuel E. - Parker, William Thornton. Correspondents include William Thornton Parker (1892-1902).
Folder 5 Parkhurst, J. H. - Parks, W. B.
Folder 6 Parliament Library of - Parsons College.
Folder 7 Parsons, Asa S. - Parsons, W. W.
Folder 8 Partello, J. M. S. - Parvin, T. S.
Folder 9 Paschal, W. E. - Patten, W. H. Correspondents include William Patten (1900-1901).
Folder 1 Patterson, A. J. - Patterson, O. H.
Folder 2 Pattishall, H. C. - Patton, William W. Correspondents include William Hampton Patton (1890-1899).
Folder 3 Paul, E. A. - Paulson, H.
Folder 4 Pavell, F. and Son - Pazos, Jose H.
Folder 5 Peabody Academy of Science - Peale, Louis Titian. Included is correspondence from the Peabody Academy of Science (1887-1896).
Folder 6 Pearce, Charles W. Peary, Robert Edwin. Correspondents include: Thomas Gilbert Pearson (1898-1899); Robert Edwin Peary (1887-1899), concerning an expedition to Northern Greenland, in which, the U. S. N. M. sent paleontologists to collect paleobotanical specimens.
Folder 7 Pease, A. P. L. - Peck, Wallace.
Folder 8 Peckham, George W. - Peffer, W. A. Correspondents include Stephen D. Peet, Editor of The American Antiquarian (1888-1902).
Folder 1 Peichardier, A. de la - Pemberton, M. J. (Mrs.).
Folder 2 Penafiel, Antonio - Pendleton, Robert Nelson.
Folder 3 Penfield Block Company - Penrose, Stephen B. L.
Folder 4 People's College for Boys and Girls - Perez, Fernando Ferrari.
Folder 5 Pergens, D. Ed. - Periolat, C. F. Correspondents include C. F. Periolat (1897-1900), concerning Periolat's involvement in securing zoological specimens for the U. S. N. M.
Folder 6 Perkins, Ada (Mrs.) - Perkins, Frederick S. Correspondents include Frederick S. Perkins (1890-1894), regarding a controversy between Perkins and Thomas Wilson, curator of the Department of Pre-historic Anthropology concerning the alleged loss of certain specimens of the Perkins Collection of Copper Implements, loaned to the U. S. N. M. for exhibit at Madrid (1894).
Folder 7 Perkins, George C. - Perkins, Leighton E.
Folder 1 Perley, E. F. - Perry, Fred.
Folder 2 Perry, Harry W. - Perry, Willis R.
Folder 3 Pearson, Elmer E. - Peters, Thomas Willing.
Folder 4 Peterson, Mr. - Petty, Charles.
Folder 5 Peyster, J. Watts de. - Phelps, T.
Folder 6 Philadelphia, The Academy of Natural Sciences of - Phillips, Alexander Hamilton. Correspondents include: The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1892-1896); R. A. Philippi of the del Museo Nacional, Santiago, Chile (1894-1896); Alexander Hamilton Phillips of Princeton University (1902).
Folders 7-9 Phillips, Barnet, 1881-1896.
Folder 1 Phillips, Charles K. - Phillips, W. P. Correspondents include Henry Phillips, Jr., of the American Philosophical Society (1888-1890).
Folder 2 Philpot, Harvey J. - Photo-Electrotype Company.
Folders 3-4 Photo-Engraving Company, 1880-1893. The correspondence concerns work performed by the Photo-Engraving Company for the U. S. N. M. The great bulk of the correspondence is between George Brown Goode and A. R. Hart.
Folder 5 Photo Gravure Engraving and Printing Company, The - Pier, Garrett Chatfield.
Folder 6 Pierce, D. T. - Piere, W. R. (Mrs.).
Folder 7 Piers, Harry - Pigorini, Senor. Correspondents include Harry Piers, of the Provincial Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia (1894-1901).
Folder 8 Pike County Summer Schools, Pittsfield, Illinois - Pilsbry, Henry A. Correspondents include Henry A. Pilsbry, of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1892-1899).
Folder 1 Pinchot, Gifford - Pirotta, R. Correspondents include Gifford Pinchot (1900).
Folder 2 Pitcher, John - Pixley, M. S.
Folder 3 Place, John A. - Plympton, Anna E.
Folder 4 Poel, N. R. - Pokagon, Simon. Correspondents include Felipe Poey (1889-1890).
Folder 5 Poling, Otho C. - Pollock, W. M. Correspondents include Charles Louis Pollard (1895-1901).
Folder 6 Polster, Edward G. - Poore, Townsend.
Folder 7 Pope, A. A. - Pope, S. L.
Folder 8 Popenoe, Edwin Alonzo - Porter, J. H. Correspondents include Edwin Alonzo Popenoe (1896-1897).
Folder 9 Porter, R. H. - Port Washington High School, Port Washington, Wisconsin. Correspondents include Russell W. Porter of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1896-1897). The letter of 2/11/1897, to Samuel P. Langley, contains an offer, by Porter, to collect ethological specimens from Frobisher Bay and Cumberland Sound.
Folder 1 Posdneeff, D. - Poston, Charles D.
Folder 2 Poteat, W. L. - Poutjatine, Paul. Correspondents include: F. L. Hawks Pott (1896-1899), concerning an exchange of specimens between the U. S. N. M. and the St. John's College, Shanghai, China; Edward Potts (1895).
Folder 3 Powell, Charlie - Power, W.
Folder 4 Powers, A. C. - Poynter, W. A.
Folder 5 Pracht, Max - Pranke, Stephen E.
Folder 6 Pratt, A. E. - Pray, T. B.
Folder 7 Preis, W. H. - Presley, W. A.
Folder 8 Presque Isle High School, Presque Isle, Maine - Prewitt, Walter.
Folder 1 Price, Andrew - Price, William W.
Folder 2 Prichard, E. S. - Prince, L. Bradford. Correspondents include L. Bradford Prince (1894-1900).
Folder 3 Princeton High School, Princeton, Illinois - Proctor, Redfield. Correspondents include: Cyrus Guernsey Pringle (1888-1893), concerning Pringle's work collecting botanical specimens in Mexico; John Robert Proctor, state geologist of Kentucky (1883-1885).
Folder 4 Proffitt, O. A. - Pseffer, A.
Folder 5 Public Association of Tyrolean Botanists, Dellock, Carinthia, Austria - Pulsky, Franz von.
Folder 6 Pumpelly, J. C. - Purdy, James H. Correspondents include: Rapael Pumpelly (1883-1899); Henry Augustus Purdie of the Nuttall Ornithological Club (1884-1889).
Folder 7 Purington, C. W. - Putnam, (Mrs.) C. W. A
Folder 8 Putnam, Frederic Ward 1860, 1887-1901. Of special interest is the letter of 11/28/1893, to George Brown Goode, concerning a controversy over Putnam's retention of specimens collected by the Illustrated American Expedition to Southern Utah and Northern New Mexico.
Folder 9 Putnam's Sons, G. P. - Pyrum-Perry, E. G.
Folder 1 Quade, George - Queen, James W. and Company.
Folder 2 Queensbery, William T. - Quick, Richard. Correspondents include Edmund C. Quereau (1894-1895).
Folder 3 Quidor, J. B. - Quynn, H. H.
Folder 4 Raab, A. G. - Rackley, E.
Folder 5 Racovitza, E. G. - Ragsdale, D. F.
Folders 6-7 Ragsdale, George Henry, 1886-1894. Most of the correspondence regards the Natural History of Texas.
Folder 8 Ragsdale, (Mrs.) S. W. - Ralston, Walter.
Folder 9 Ramaley, Francis - Ramos, Feliz Duarte. Correspondents include Jose Ramirez of the National Museum of Mexico (1888-1901).
Folder 10 Ramsay, A. - Ramseyer, C. W. Correspondents include Edward Pierson Ramsay of the Australian Museum (1890-1895).
Folder 1 Ranck, D. H. - Randall, William H.
Folder 2 Randeman, A. B. - Randolph State Normal School.
Folder 3 Random, Gilbert - Rasey, C. W. Correspondents include Edward W. Rankin, executor of the James Hall Estate (1898), regarding the Troost Collection of Crinoids.
Folder 4 Rathbun, Mary Jane - Rawson, G. A. Correspondents include Mary Jane Rathbun (1897).
Folder 5 Ray, C. E. - Razey, A.
Folder 6 Rea, Myrtle - Reagan, Albert B.
Folder 7 Real Academia De Clencias Y Artes, Barcelona - Redpath, J. C.
Folder 8 Reece, W. C. - Reed, James L. Correspondents include Edwyn C. Reed (1896-1897).
Folder 9 Reed, Lewis S. - Reed, W. J.
Folder 1 Reeder, George - Regan, Michael.
Folder 2 Reichard, Theophilus - Reinwald, C. and Company.
Folder 3 Reising, John A. - Renwick, Arthur.
Folder 4 Resterpo, Vincente - Rex, Harry R.
Folder 5 Reyburn, John E. - Reynoldsville Public Schools, Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania.
Folder 6 Rhea, William F. - Rhoads, Samuel Nicholson. Correspondents include Samuel Nicholson Rhoads of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1891-1898).
Folder 7 Rhode Island Historical Society - Rice, C. W.
Folder 8 Rice, (Mrs.) David Hall - Rice, W. H. Correspondents include Harry Rice (1889-1900), concerning Rice's ethnological work in Florida.
Folders 1-2 Rice, William North, 1881-1898. The correspondence from the years 1882-1884 concerns Rice's work, "Geology of Bermuda," which appeared as part 1 of U. S. N. M. Bulletin #25, "Natural History of Bermuda."
Folder 3 Rice, William T. - Richards, F. H.
Folder 4 Richards, George - Richardson, Hugh.
Folder 5 Richardson, James - Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia.
Folder 6 Richmond, Charles Wallace - Richmond, W. L. Correspondents include Charles Wallace Richmond (1892-1893), concerning Richmond's collecting expedition to Central America.
Folder 7 Richard, J. E. - Ricksher, Charles.
Folder 8 Riddle, John A. - Rife, C. T. Correspondents include Robert Ridgway (1890).
Folder 9 Rigby, A. E. - Rikel, Herman.
Folder 1 Riley, A. T. - Riley, Wolstain. Correspondents include Charles Valentine Riley (1890-1895).
Folder 2 Rillet, Lillian - Ritterbusch, Hugo H. Correspondents include William Emerson Ritter (1890-1902), concerning Ritter's paper, "The Simple Ascidians from the North Eastern Pacific in the collection of the U. S. N. M." (Proceedings of the U. S. N. M., vol. 45, 1913).
Folder 3 Rivera, A. - Rixey, John F.
Folder 4 Roach, H. M. - Robbins, M. A.
Folder 5 Roberson, Frank R. - Roberts, I. P.
Folder 6 Roberts, J. A. - Roberts, William J. Correspondents include S. Raymond Roberts of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1890-1891).
Folder 7 Robertson, C. D. - Robeson, M. I.
Folder 8 Robinett, Morgan - Robinson, J. W.
Folder 9 Robinson, P. A. - Robinson, S. R.
Folder 10 Robley, H. G. - Roby, W. H. Correspondents include H. G. Robley (1891-1896).
Folder 1 Roche, George - Rockhill, William Woodville. Correspondents include William Woodville Rockhill (1888-1891), concerning two scientific missions, by Rockhill, to China and Tibet under the auspices of the S. I.
Folder 2 Rockwell, A. F. - Rodes, C. Frank. Correspondents include J. E. Rockwell (1888-1901).
Folder 3 Rodgers, Alexander - Roeper, William.
Folder 4 Roese, Lina - Rogers, E. J. Correspondents include A. R. Roessler (1889-1891).
Folder 5 Rogers, George N. - Rogon, E. L.
Folder 6 Rohr, Hugo von - Rollison, J. D. Correspondents include Peter Henry Rolfs (1895-1901).
Folder 7 Rollow, Arch B. - Romeyn, Henry. Correspondents include Henry Romeyn (1889-1895).
Folder 8 Ronan, John - Root, J. I. Correspondents include G. van Roon (1896 & 1901).
Folder 9 Ropes, E. D. Jr. - Rose, William H. Correspondents include Joseph Nelson Rose (1890-1891).
Folder 10 Roseman, R. A. - Rosenthal, T.
Folder 1 Ross, Arthur S. - Ross, W. H.
Folder 2 Rossignal - Rothrock, Thomas. Correspondents include: Henry Ling Roth (1898-1900); Joseph Trimble Rothrock (1890).
Folder 3 Rothschild, Lionel Walter - Roustan, Theodore. Correspondents include Lionel Walter Rothschild (1898).
Folder 4 Rouveyre, Edouard - Roy, Joseph E.
Folder 5 Royal Academy of Archaeology, Naples, Italy - Royal Zoological Society.
Folder 6 Royall, R. W. - Ruckman, M. R. Correspondents include Charles Ruby (1887-1890).
Folder 7 Rudden, Patrick - Ruihley, August.
Folder 8 Rumble, G. W. - Runyan, W. B.
Folder 9 Ruoff, Albert - Russell, A. S. Correspondents include: Henry Hurd Rusby (1889-1898); William H. Rush (1890-1898).
Folder 10 Russell, Charles A. - Russell, M. E.
Folder 1 Russey, E. W. - Ruttenau, M.
Folder 2 Ryan, A. T. - Ryder, E. B.
Folder 3 Ryder, John A., 1882-1893. Much of the correspondence for 1888 regards a projected Comparative Embryology exhibition at the U. S. N. M.
Folder 4 Ryder, John S. - Rylander, Charles. Correspondents include John S. Ryder (1882-1891).
Folder 5 Saady Bey - Sacred Heart Academy.
Folder 6 Sadler, A. -Saitlstrom, L. A. Correspondents include: William Edwin Safford (1883-1893), concerning Safford's work collecting ethnological artifacts in South America; John Hall Sage of the American Ornithologists Union (1890-1898).
Folder 7 St. Gabriel's School - Salmon, W. C.
Folder 8 Salnave, A. M. - Salvadori, Tommaso.
Folder 9 Sambon, G. - Samson, G. W.
Folder 1 Sanborn, Charles - San Diego Society of Natural History.
Folder 2 Sandoz, A. - Sanger, William Gary.
Folder 3 San Jose: State Normal School - Sarver, Florence. Correspondents include Charles Sprague Sargent of the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University (1881-1897).
Folder 4 Sass, Charles W. - Sauveur, M.
Folder 5 Savage, John W. - Savitz, J. J. Correspondents include Marshall Howard Saville of the Peabody Museum (1892-1895).
Folder 6 Sawatari, S. - Sayres, Joseph.
Folder 7 Scaife, Walter B. - Scates, J. C.
Folder 8 Schaal, G. - Schaus, William. Correspondents include William Schaus (1894).
Folder 9 Scheibe, Gust. - Scheud, C.
Folder 10 Schiaparelli, J. E. - Schisler, H. R.
Folder 11 Schlegel, Professor - Schluter, Wilhelm.
Folder 1 Schmeiske, C. C. - Schmitz, Rudolph.
Folder 2 Schneider, C. S. - Schonland, Selmar. Correspondents include Selmar Schonland, Director of the Albany Museum, Cape Colony, South Africa (1889-1900).
Folder 3 School of Mines, University of Missouri - Schroter, L.
Folder 4 Schubel, G. A. - Schuh, L. Correspondents include Charles Schuchert (1893).
Folder 5 Schuldt, William - Schuyler, R. V. R. Correspondents include Franz Eilhard Schulze (1892-1898), concerning Schulze's work based on the U. S. N. M. collection of Hexactinellid Sponges; Carl Schurz (1886).
Folder 6 Schwab, John S. - Schwyzer, Fritz.
Folder 7 Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah - Scofield, William. Correspondents include: Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1894-1898); Philip Lutley Sclater of the Zoological Society of London (1884-1896), regarding the work, "The Published Writings of Phillip Lutley Sclater, 1844-1896," (U. S. N. M. Bulletin #49, 1896).
Folder 8 Scoles, D. E. - Scott, Frank I.
Folder 1 Scott, George W. - Scott, W. M. Correspondents include: William B. Scott (1895-1896); William Earl Dodge Scott (1890), concerning Scott's collecting activity in Southern Florida and the Jamaican West Indies.
Folder 2 Scouller, James B. - Scudder, Newton P. Correspondents include George Percival Scriven (1890-1891). Of special interest is the letter of 5/8/1891, to William E. Curtis, of the U. S. State Department, which concerns the unpopularity of the S. I. in Central America, due to its illiberality.
Folders 3-5 Scudder, Samuel H., 1883-1901. Much of the correspondence for 1896-1897 regards Scudder's work, "Revision of the Orthopteran Group, Melanopli, with Special Reference to North American Forms," (Proceedings of the U. S. N. M., vol. 20, 1898); the correspondence of 1898 concerns a controversy over Scudder's retention of government fossil insects collected by the Hayden Survey of 1877.
Folder 6 Scrugy, Robert - Seaman, W. H.
Folder 7 Search, F. M. - Seawell, B. L.
Folder 8 Sebastian, E. - Secretan, E.
Folder 9 See, E. E. - Seewir, Sarah C.
Folder 10 Seger, Dr. - Selwyn, A. R. C.
Folder 1 Semmek, Frederick C. - Serviss, Garrett P.
Folder 2 Sessions and Bell's - Seymour, S. Percy.
Folder 3 Shackelford, W. S. - Shantz, W. A.
Folder 4 Shapleigh, Samuel B. - Sharp, T.
Folder 5 Sharpe, R. Bowdler - Sharrer, W. O. Correspondents include R. Bowdler Sharpe of the British Museum (Natural History) (1888-1890).
Folder 6 Shattuck, Charles B. - Shaw, W. T.
Folder 7 Sheafer, J. M. - Shearman, Flora M.
Folder 8 Shedd, S. - Sheldon, W. H.
Folder 9 Shell, C. F. - Shepardson, Kit.
Folder 10 Shepherd, S. P. - Sherlock, W. P.
Folder 1 Sherman, Albert R. - Sherman, S. W.
Folder 2 Sherwood, Andrew - Shetsone, H. Clyde.
Folder 3 Shidy, L. P. - Shitnmin, T. R. Correspondents include: G. O. Shields (1886-1899); Bohumil Shimek (1898).
Folder 4 Shind, J. W. - Showell, George.
Folder 5 Shraffer, Sam. G. - Shriver, J. P. W.
Folder 6 Shrock, Carrie - Shufeldt, Percy W. Correspondents include Percy W. Shufeldt (1901), regarding Shufeldt's collecting activity in Mexico.
Folders 7-10 Shufeldt, Robert Wilson, 1882-1887. The great bulk of the material concerns manuscripts and articles written by Shufeldt and published by the U. S. N. M. The correspondence for 1882-1883 regards Shufeldt's work collecting zoological specimens for the U. S. N. M. while stationed at Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Folders 1-11 Shufeldt, Robert Wilson, 1888-1896. Once again most of the material concerns Shufeldt's works which were published by the U. S. N. M. A voluminous amount of correspondence regards the article, "Scientific Taxidermy for Museums," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1892).
Folders 1-2 Shufeldt, Robert Wilson, 1897-1900. Included in the correspondence for 1897 is that concerning a controversy over the retention of a Shufeldt owned collection of Birds by the U. S. N. M.
Folder 3 Shufflebarge, R. Eapin - Shumway, Grant L.
Folder 4 Shunk, William - Shutt, Logan B.
Folder 5 Sias, Edgar D. - Siderick, R. A.
Folder 6 Siebenman, J. E. - Sikora, Franz.
Folder 7 Silberling, Albert - Silver, Ralph S. Correspondents include Benjamin Silliman, Jr. (1884).
Folder 8 Simas, J. B. - Simmons, T. J. Correspondents include Hans Simmer of the Public Association of Tyrolean Botanists, Dellach, Austria (1896-1899).
Folder 9 Simms, J. H. - Simpich, A. J.
Folder 10 Simpson, A. - Sims, William H. Correspondents include George B. Simpson of the New York State Museum (1898-1899).
Folder 1 Sincerbox, Charles - Sinclair, Walter F. Correspondents include Sutherland Sinclair of the Australian Museum (1884-1899).
Folder 2 Sindecuse, Fred - Sinnott, Charles P.
Folder 3 Sipple, George A. - Skene, William.
Folder 4 Frederick James Volney Skiff, 1891-1897. Skiff served as Director of Field Columbian Museum, Chicago.
Folder 5 Skiles, W. W. - Skyles, W. H.
Folder 6 Slain, Francisco de. - Sleppy, Harriet C.
Folder 7 Slicer, Della M. - Slusser, H. D.
Folder 8 Small, Albert - Smart, George.
Folder 9 Smeaton, N. H. - Smillie, T. W. Correspondents include Charles W. Smiley (1882-1886).
Folder 1 Smith, Agnes J. - Smith, B. & W. B.
Folder 2 Smith, C. - Smith, Cyrus.
Folder 3 Smith, D. E. - Smith, E. W. P. Correspondents include Eugene A. Smith, State Geologist of Alabama (1885-1899).
Folder 4 Smith, F. A. - Smith, F. S.
Folder 5 Smith, George B. - Smith, G. S.
Folders 6-7 Smith, Harlan Ingersoll, 1889-1901. Most of the correspondence concerns Smith's archaeological work.
Folder 8 Smith, H. B. - Smith, Herbert W.
Folder 9 Smith, H. G. Jr. - Smith, H. W.
Folder 1 Smith, Isaac T. - Smith, J. Mott.
Folder 2 Smith, John Bernhard, 1889-1899. Much of the correspondence concerns entomological works by Smith, based on U. S. N. M. collections.
Folder 3 Smith, John Donnell - Smith, J. W. Correspondents include John Donnell Smith (1888-1897).
Folder 4 Smith, L. A. - Smith, N. L.
Folder 5 Smith, O. B. - Smith, R. U.
Folder 6 Smith, S. A. - Smith, Virgil S. Correspondents include: Sanderson Smith of the American Museum of Natural History (1890 & 1894); Sidney Irving Smith of the Sheffield Biological Laboratory of Yale University (1891).
Folder 7 Smith, Walter M. - Smith, Wyatt.
Folder 8 Smithers, Nordenholt & Company - Smyth, Henry H.
Folder 1 Snedecor, John - Snively, Z. T.
Folder 2 Snodgrass & Field - Snydam, W. F.
Folder 3 Snyder, A. A. - Snyder, Z. X. Correspondents include: D. W. Snyder (1896-1898), concerning Snyder's collecting activity in Africa; John Otterbein Snyder of Stanford University (1896-1897).
Folder 4 Sociedad Cientifica "Antonio Alzate" - Somborges, J. D.
Folder 5 Somer, Rob C. - Sontzenheizer, T. T.
Folder 6 Sorby, Harold - Sosnowski, C.
Folder 7 Soule, Henry B. - Southmayo, F. R.
Folder 8 South Wales and Monmouthshire, University of - Sowle, M. Correspondents include James M. Southwick of the Museum of Natural History, Providence, R. I. (1896-1900).
Folder 1 Space, Z. A. - Spangler & Davis.
Folder 2 Sparkman, James T. - Spayde, William N.
Folder 3 Speake, R. H. - Spellman, Sam D.
Folder 4 Spence, C. S. - Spengler, Otto.
Folder 5 Sperra, W. C. - Spottswood, J. M. A. Correspondents include Ainsworth Rand Spofford (1879-1891).
Folder 6 Sprague, Ellen M. - Springer, William M.
Folder 7 Springs, Dalby - Squyer, Homer.
Folder 8 Stabler, Edward S. - Stacks, James.
Folder 9 Stade, George - Staley, T. J.
Folder 10 Stanard, O. B. - Stanton, W. J.
Folder 1 Stapleford, Charles E. - Starks, Chloe Lesley.
Folder 2 Starks, Edwin Chapin, 1896-1902. Much of the correspondence concerns various papers by Starks which were published in the Proceedings of the U. S. N. M.
Folder 3 Starkweather, Amey M. - Starr, O. S. Correspondents include Frederick Starr of the University of Chicago (1888-1893).
Folder 4 Starrett, L. A. - Stazion Zoologica.
Folder 5 Stead, Geoffrey - Stearns Manufacturing Company. Correspondents include Frederick Stearns (1891-1897), concerning an exchange of mollusca between Stearns and the U. S. N. M.
Folder 6 Stearns, Robert Edwards Carter - Stearns, Silas. Correspondents include: Robert Edwards Carter Stearns (1881-1894); Silas Stearns (1882-1884), including a biographical sketch of Stearns.
Folders 7-8 Stearns, Winfrid Alden, 1882-1902. The correspondence for 1888-1890 concerns a proposed scientific expedition to Labrador, headed by Stearns. The letter of 7/15/1899, to Frederick William True, regards the possible deposit of the Bradley Collection of Fossils in the U. S. N. M.
Folder 9 Stebbing, Thomas R. - Steckelmann, Carl.
Folder 1 Stedman, J. M. - Steele, W. H.
Folder 2 Steensgaard, Frederick F. - Stegner, Dewayne. Correspondents include Joseph Beal Steere (1887-1902).
Folder 3 Steiger, E. - Stein, T. M. Correspondents include Robert Stein of the U. S. Geological Survey (1894), concerning a proposed scientific expedition to Ellesmere Land.
Folder 4 Steinarson, H. - Stemmler, F. W.
Folder 5 Stephens, Annie L. - Stephens, W. Hudson. Correspondents include Frank Stephens (1887-1902).
Folder 6 Stephenson, F. de P. - Sterling, Hugh.
Folder 7 Sternberg, Charles H. - Sternfeld, Henry. Correspondents include Charles H. Sternberg (1888-1905), regarding Sternberg's paleontological work and his efforts to sell fossil collections to the U. S. N. M.
Folder 8 Stetson, E. R. - Stevens, E. H.
Folder 9 Stevens, F. L. - Stevens, Thomas A.
Folder 1 Stevenson, B. F. - Stevenson, Hattie E.
Folder 2 Stevenson, James, 1884-1887.
Folder 3 Stevenson, John James - Stevenson, W. C. Jr. Correspondents include John James Stevenson of New York University (1889-1897).
Folder 4 Steward, W. H. - Stewart, Mary.
Folder 5 Stewart, O. M. - Stewart, W. J.
Folder 6 Stichter, J. L. & Son - Stilwell, L. W. Correspondents include Charles Wardell Stiles (1889-1898).
Folder 7 Stimming, R. V. G. - Stizenberger, Ernst.
Folder 8 Stock, Elliot - Stoltzfus, C. M. Correspondents include Harry Harkness Stoek (1890-1898).
Folder 9 Stokes, C. H. - Stone, Livingston.
Folder 1 Stone, Mason S. - Stone, William N.
Folder 2 Stone, Witmer, 1893-1900. Witmer Stone was on the staff of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
Folder 3 Stonebraker, Joseph R. - Stoops, H. M.
Folder 4 Storck, J. - Story, Charles O.
Folder 5 Stossich, M. - Stout, William.
Folder 6 Stouter, Charles - Stowell, S. Elroy.
Folder 7 Strader, H. M. - Stratton, Thomas S.
Folder 8 Strauch, A. - Streeruwitz, W. von.
Folder 9 Street, John E. - Strodtman, Henry F.
Folder 10 Strohecker, H. F. - Stryker, William.
Folder 11 Stuart, A. J. - Stuckey, S. A.
Folder 12 Studer, J. Bernard - Stultz, W. H.
Folder 1 Stump, E. J. - Sturm, James D.
Folder 2 Sublett Hay Company, F. L. - Sukins, Fannie.
Folder 3 Sullins, D. - Sumner, E. B.
Folder 4 Sundberg, John C. - Sussulieh, P. L.
Folder 5 Suter, Henry - Swan, E. E.
Folders 6-7 Swan, James G., 1882-1896. Swan served as an assistant and collector for the U. S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries and the U. S. National Museum. Most of the correspondence for 1887 regards a proposed expedition by Swan and Albert P. Niblack to secure ethnological specimens from the Haidah Indians. The letter of 1/17/1890, to George Brown Goode, concerns the admission of Washington Territory to statehood.
Folder 8 Swan, J. N. - Swartzell, M. F. F.
Folder 9 Swayne, G. W. - Swett, Charles E.
Folder 1 Swickard, N. A. - Swint, R. L.
Folder 2 Swisher, Joseph M. - Szuszitzky, A. J.
Folder 3 Tabb, John B. - Taft, Volney.
Folder 4 Tailleur, C. G. - Talbot, Marion.
Folder 5 Talbott, Annie F. - Tallman, Joe. Correspondents include Laura Osborne Talbott of the National Science Club for Women (1894-1899).
Folder 6 Talmadge, Ed E. - Tanner, W. W.
Folder 7 Tappan, Lewis - Tarr, Charles W. Correspondents include Ida M. Tarbell (1895-1896).
Folder 8 Tarr, Ralph Stockman - Taussig, George W. Correspondents include Ralph Stockman Tarr (1882-1898).
Folder 9 Tavera - Taylor, C. W.
Folder 10 Taylor, E. C. - Taylor, Frank H.
Folder 1 Taylor, Frederick W. - Taylor, Gibson. Correspondents include Frederick W. Taylor (1882-1891).
Folder 2 Taylor, H. C. - Taylor, J. W. Correspondents include Henry Reed Taylor (1894-1897).
Folder 3 Taylor, Kate - Taylor, Sarah.
Folder 4 Taylor, Thomas - Tays, George H.
Folder 5 Teacher's World - Teetor, H. D.
Folder 6 Tegarden, W. S. - Tellier, Daniel.
Folder 7 Temming, R. V. - Tenney, J. E.
Folder 8 Terbush, Frias - Terry, W. L. Correspondents include James Terry of the American Museum of Natural History (1892).
Folder 9 Tewksbury, Henry W. - Thilo, Otto.
Folders 1-2 Thiselton-Dyer, William Turner, 1882-1902. Thiselton-Dyer served as Director of the Royal Botanical Garden, Kew, England.
Folder 3 Thoburn, Wilbur W. - Thomas, C. R.
Folder 4 Thomas, Cyrus, 1882-1895. Much of the correspondence from the years 1883-1884 concerns Thomas' work excavating prehistoric Indian mounds in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Folder 5 Thomas, D. C. - Thomas, James B.
Folder 6 Thomas, M. A. - Thomas, W. W. Jr.
Folder 7 Thompson, A. - Thompson, C. S.
Folder 8 Thompson, D. - Thompson, E. G.
Folders 9-11 Thompson, Ernest E., 1888-1900. Most of the correspondence concerns Thompson's paper, "The Birds of Manitoba," (Proceedings of the U. S. N. M., vol. 13, 1891), including a controversy over Robert Ridgway's editing of the work.
Folder 1 Thompson, F. H. - Thompson, J. W.
Folder 2 Thompson, Linsay - Thompson, P. W.
Folder 3 Thompson, R. E. - Thompson, William Nelles. Correspondents include: Russell J. Thompson (1891-1892); William M. Thompson (1890-1891).
Folder 4 Thompsonian Library - Thomson, G. S.
Folder 5 Thomson, H. C. - Thomssen, George N. Correspondents include William Judah Thomson (1882-1892), regarding Thomson's paper,"Te Pito Te Henva, or Easter Island," (Annual Report of the U. S. N. M., 1889).
Folder 6 Thorburn, J. L. - Thorne, William.
Folder 7 Thornton, A. R. - Thoron, Ward.
Folder 8 Thorp, Eugene - Thrum, F. William.
Folder 9 Thumma, S. W. - Thwing, Edward W.
Folder 10 Tibbetts, C. W. - Tiffany and Company.
Folder 11 Tiffany, D. M. - Tinny, M.
Folder 1 Tippelskirch, V. and Company - Titus, E. Jr. Correspondents include Otto Hilgard Tittmann (1890-1900).
Folder 2 Tobey, Rufus B. - Todd, W. E. Clyde. Correspondents include David P. Todd (1889-1894).
Folder 3 Toeka, Nicolas - Tolson, M. A.
Folder 4 Tomlin, Brockton - Tonry, William S.
Folder 5 Tooker, William Wallace - Topping, Z. C.
Folder 6 Torando, Madam - Tout, Wilson.
Folder 7 Tower, J. M. - Towns, H. E.
Folder 8 Townsend, Charles C. - Townsend, Charles Haskins. Correspondents include Charles Haskins Townsend of the U. S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries (1884-1900).
Folder 9 Townsend, Charles Henry Tyler - Tozier, Albert. Correspondents include Charles Henry Tyler Townsend (1894-1896).
Folder 10 Tracewell, R. J. - Traudt, Francis J.
Folder 1 Traver, Georgene - Treganza, J. A.
Folder 2 Trelease, William, 1894-1902. Trelease served as Director of The Missouri Botanical Gardens. The correspondence from the year 1894 concerns a collecting trip to the Azores Islands.
Folder 3 Tremaine, G. C. - Trinity University.
Folder 4 Tripler, Louise - Troy, Gertrude.
Folder 5 Truan, F. A. - Tryborn, Filip.
Folder 6 Tseherenschansky, President - Tuck, Somerville P.
Folder 7 Tucker, E. M. - Tuckerman, Frederick.
Folder 8 Tuggle, John B. - Turner, Fred.
Folder 9 Turner, George - Turner, J. P.
Folder 10 Turner, Lucien M. - Turner, O. N. Correspondents include Lucien M. Turner (1890-1900).
Folder 1 Turner, P. G. - Turton, Charles M.
Folder 2 Tutt, J. W. - Tweedy, J. N.
Folder 3 Twells, John Steel - Tyson & Smith.
Folder 4 Udden, C. - Uffner, Carrie L. Correspondents include John August Udden (1888-1900).
Folder 5 Uhle, Alexander A. - Ulstrup, P.
Folder 6 Umbarger, William L. - Underhill, D. C. Correspondents include J. F. G. Umlauff (1881-1900).
Folder 7 Underwood, C. L. - Underwood, W. P.
Folder 8 Union College - United States Playing Card Company.
Folder 9 University of Alabama - University of Wyoming.
Folder 10 Untermann, E. - Urbana University, Urbana, Ohio.
Folder 11 Urich, Frederick William - Uttech, F. L. Correspondents include Frederick William Urich of the Trinidad Field Naturalists Club (1894-1895).
Folder 1 Vachell, C. T. - Vail, Stephen.
Folder 2 Vaillant, Leon - Valpey, J. H.
Folder 3 Van Benthuysen, S. D. - Van Courtlandt, W. R.
Folder 4 Vandergriet, F. B. & Company - Van Deusen, R. T. Correspondents include John Van Denburgh (1897-1898).
Folder 5 Vandeventer, G. B. - Vanetti, Ditta V.
Folder 6 Van Fleet, E. A. - Van Hoose, A. W. Correspondents include W. Van Fleet (1883-1889).
Folder 7 Van Horn, A. W. - Van Hyning, T.
Folder 8 Van Ingen & Van Ingen - Vanzile, G. J.
Folder 9 Varallo, Josyrrh - Vayssiere, A.
Folder 1 Veasey, W. B. - Verbeck, Joel.
Folder 2 Verdi, T. S. - Vernon, Dick.
Folders 3-10 Verrill, Addison Emery, 1881-1907. From 1871-1887, Verrill was in charge of the scientific work of the United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries in Southern New England. Most of the correspondence concerns Verrill's work organizing government collections of marine invertebrates.
Folder 11 Very, C. F. - Vetter, Katie.
Folder 1 Viales, Eduardo A. - Vicuna, Madame Morla.
Folder 2 Videnskabs-Selskabets Naturhistoriske Afdeling -Vignoli, Tito.
Folder 3 Vilaro, Juan - Vinecarti, G. Correspondents include Decio Vinciguerra of the Italian Geographical Society (1895-1897).
Folder 4 Vining, C. D. - Vitzetelly, Frank E. Correspondents include Charles W. de Vis, Director of the Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Austrailia (1887-1901).
Folder 5 Vlymen, William T. - Volkmar, Charles.
Folder 6 Von Bleaulieu, Clara - Voorhies, H. G.
Folder 7 Voos, Dr. - Vurgason, A. C.
Folder 8 Wabash College - Wadsworth, T. P.
Folder 9 Wagan, Flora - Wakeley, J. P.
Folder 1 Walbridge, George B. - Wales, Philip S.
Folder 2 Walker, A. R. - Walker, J. W.
Folder 3 Walker, N. D. - Walker, Zulu.
Folder 4 Wall, Allen - Wallace, Henry L.
Folder 5 Wallace, J. - Wallingsford, W. W.
Folder 6 Waln, J. S. - Waltz, E. L.
Folder 7 Wanamaker, John - Ward, Edgar.
Folder 8 Ward, Frank A. - Ward, H. C. Correspondents include Frank A. Ward, Treasurer of Ward's Natural Science Establishment (1892-1900).
Folders 1-3 Ward, Henry Augustus, 1879-1895. Ward was founder and President of Ward's Natural Science Establishment. The bulk of the correspondence regards business transactions (especially taxidermic work and the exchange of Natural History specimens) between the U. S. N. M. and Ward's Natural Science Establishment. Of special interest is the letter of 4/20/1882, to Spencer F. Baird, concerning the resignation of Frederic Augustus Lucas from Ward's Natural Science Establishment to accept a position as assistant in the Department of Comparative Anatomy, U. S. N. M.
Folder 4 Ward, Henry Baldwin - Ward, R. A. Correspondents include: Henry Baldwin Ward (1898-1900); Henry L. Ward (1891-1902); Lester Frank Ward (1901).
Folder 5 Ward, Rowland and Company, Limited, 1891-1905. Most of the correspondence deals with efforts by Rowland Ward and Co., Limited to sell zoological specimens to the U. S. N. M.
Folder 6 Ward, S. G. - Ware, W. A.
Folder 7 Warfel, E. Clifton - Warne, E.
Folder 8 Warner, Claude C. - Warner, William R. and Company.
Folder 9 Warpur, William - Warren, Joseph.
Folder 10 Warren, L. R. - Warwick, Robert.
Folder 11 Washburn, Cad L. - Washburn, W. R. Correspondents include Frederic Leonard Washburn (1884-1899 & undated).
Folder 1 Washington Agricultural College - Washington, W. H.
Folder 2 Wason, Perley - Watermann, William.
Folder 3 Waters, A. A. - Watkins, U. D. Correspondents include J. Elfreth Watkins (1891-1894). In 1892, Watkins resigned from the U. S. N. M. to accept a position with the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., preparing their exhibit for the World Columbian Exposition, 1893. In 1894, he accepted the position of Director of the Department of Industrial Arts in the newly established Field Columbian Museum.
Folder 4 Watseka Electric Light and Heating Company - Watson, N. A.
Folder 5 Watson, Sereno, 1885-1891. Watson served as Curator of the Herbarium of Harvard University. The correspondence for 1891 concerns the deposit of specimens from the Ball Herbarium in the U. S. N. M.
Folder 6 Watson, S. M. - Waynesburg College, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
Folder 7 Wead, Charles K. - Weaver, T. M.
Folder 8 Webb, Alexander R. - Webb, Hanna M.
Folder 9 Webb, James H. - Webb, W. W. Correspondents include Walter F. Webb (1891-1902).
Folder 10 Webber, Ellen C. R. - Weber, S. E.
Folder 1 Webster, Allen - Webster, C. P.
Folder 2 Webster, Ellen E. - Webster Free Library, N. Y. Correspondents include Frank Blake Webster (1894-1902); Frederic S. Webster (1884-1896).
Folder 3 Webster, Harrison E. - Weedon, Alfred. Correspondents include Harrison E. Webster (1882-1890).
Folder 4 Weekly Mail and Empire, The - Weeks, F. B. Correspondents include Andrew Gray Weeks, Jr. (1891-1902).
Folder 5 Weeks, George H. - Wehrle, R. W.
Folder 6 Weickert, Walter - Weightman, John E.
Folder 7 Weihe, Edward G. - Weinert, Felix.
Folder 8 Weir, Lou B. - Weist, Andrew.
Folder 9 Welch, E. J. - Wellesley College.
Folder 10 Welling, James Clarke - Welling, W. Brenton. Correspondents include James Clarke Welling (1884-1891). Welling served as a Regent of the Smithsonian Institution.
Folder 1 Wellington, Arthur E. - Wells, Grant.
Folder 2 Wells, Henry C. - Welsh, W. W.
Folder 3 Wenck, J. P. C. - Werum Brothers.
Folder 4 Wesley, William & Son - Wesson, Frederick.
Folder 5 West, Allen B. - Westcott, Stella.
Folder 6 West Des Moines Public Schools - Westermann, B. & Co.
Folder 7 Western College, Oxford, Ohio - Western Union Telegraph Company.
Folder 8 Westervelt, W. D. - Wetherill, John.
Folder 9 Wetmore, Edwin A. - Weyrich, Phillip.
Folder 10 Whaley, M. J. - Wheaton Public Schools, Wheaton, Illinois.
Folder 1 Whedon, A. D. - Wheeler, E. J. Correspondents include Charles Leroy Wheeler (1889-1902).
Folder 2 Wheeler, F. W. - Wheeler, Lenore. Correspondents include George Montague Wheeler (1885-1898).
Folder 3 Wheeler, N. - Wheeler, W. S. Correspondents include William M. Wheeler (1898-1901).
Folder 4 Wheepley, W. P. -Whissttle, Francis Alvin.
Folder 5 Whitacre, Charles - White, Cornelia B.
Folder 6 White, Dabney - White, G. W. Correspondents include David White (1895-1907).
Folder 7 White, Harry Gordon - White, Luther.
Folder 8 White, Maude - White, Wyndham R.
Folder 9 Whiteaves, Joseph Francis - Whitewater High School, Whitewater, Wisconsin. Correspondents include Joseph Francis Whiteaves of the Geological Survey of Canada (1885-1905).
Folder 10 Whitfield, B. K. - Whitlock, R. B. Correspondents include Robert Parr Whitfield of the American Museum of Natural History (1883-1899).
Folder 1 Whitman, B. L. - Whitmore, J. D. Correspondents include Charles Otis Whitman (1886-1889, 1898, 1905).
Folder 2 Whitney, Anna - Whitney, W. T.
Folder 3 Whitsett, Charles T. - Whittemore, Sarah E. Correspondents include Charles A. Whittemore of the Kent Scientific Institute (1891-1900).
Folder 4 Whittington, G. N. - Wickson, Paul.
Folder 5 Wideman, A. J. - Wier, Bertha B.
Folder 6 Wiese, Emil - Wike, Scott.
Folder 7 Wilbert, F. B. - Wilcox, G. A.
Folder 8 Wilcox, H. D. - Wilcox, William A. Correspondents include Timothy E. Wilcox (1891-1899), regarding Wilcox's collecting activities in Arizona.
Folder 9 Wild, Edward - Wilder, Burt Green. Correspondents include Burt Green Wilder of Cornell University (1882-1906).
Folder 10 Wilder, George D. - Wildman, Rounsevelle. Correspondents include George D. Wilder (1897-1898).
Folder 1 Wiles, George - Wilkerson, W. S.
Folder 2 Wilking, Anna M. - Wilkinson, W. W.
Folder 3 Will & Baumer Company - Willcox, Elizabeth.
Folder 4 Willcox, Joseph - Willcox, William A. Correspondents include Joseph Willcox (1888-1908).
Folder 5 Willet, N. L. - Willey, O. S. Correspondents include Henry Willey (1896-1897).
Folder 6 Williams, A. C. - Williams, Augusta.
Folder 7 Williams, B. C. - Williams, Eugene.
Folder 8 Williams & Everett, 1884-1885.
Folder 9 Williams, F. H. - Williams, Grace Irene. Correspondents include George Huntington Williams of Johns Hopkins University (1888-1893).
Folder 1 Williams, H. - Williams, H. S. Correspondents include Henry Shaler Williams of Cornell and Yale Universities (1889-1901).
Folder 2 Williams, I. C. - Williams, J. Wylie.
Folder 3 Williams, Laurence - Williams, Phillip B.
Folder 4 Williams, R. - Williams, S. W. R. Correspondents include Robert White Williams, Jr. (1897-1905).
Folder 5 Williams, Talcott - Williams, Mrs. Talcott. Correspondents include Talcott Williams (1890-1897), concerning a collection of Moroccan Flora donated to the U. S. N. M. by Williams.
Folder 6 Williams, T. C. Company - Williams, W. R.
Folder 7 Williamson, E. B. - Williamson, W. L.
Folder 8 Williamston Female College - Willmon, J. D.
Folder 9 Willock, James Henry - Wilmowsky, F. F. von. Correspondents include Charles C. Willoughby of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology (1891-1907).
Folder 10 Wilson, A. - Wilson, Burtis H.
Folder 1 Wilson, Calvin D. - Wilson, E. M.
Folder 2 Wilson, F. R. - Wilson, Ida.
Folder 3 Wilson, James F. - Wilson, J. W.
Folder 4 Wilson, Kate - Wilson, Otho.
Folder 5 Wilson, Parks - Wilson, T. J.
Folder 6 Wilson, W. Henry - Wilson, W. W. Correspondents include William Powell Wilson (1894-1899).
Folder 7 Wilt, William - Winckler, G. M. Correspondents include: Alexander Winchell (1890 & 1896); Newton Horace Winchell, State Geologist of Minnesota (1886-1888).
Folder 8 Winden, Julius - Winkler, William.
Folder 9 Winlock, Alice B. - Winship, George Parker. Correspondents include John H. Winser of the American Museum of Natural History (1889-1901).
Folder 10 Winslow, Arthur - Winston, George T. Correspondents include Arthur Winslow, State Geologist of Missouri (1889-1894).
Folder 1 Wintemberg, W. J. - Wintringham, J. P.
Folder 2 Wire, G. F. - Wissler, Clark.
Folder 3 Wit, Paul de - Witsch, C. M.
Folder 4 Witt, G. A. - Wittmack, L.
Folder 5 Wiville, Oscar C. - Wohlgemuth, Karl.
Folder 6 Wolcott, A. B. - Wolcott, Robert Henry. Correspondents include Robert Henry Wolcott of the University of Nebraska (1899-1901).
Folder 7 Wold, W. E. - Wolfe, W. S.
Folder 8 Wolfenden, J. J. - Wolfsteiner, Otto L.
Folder 9 Wollam, J. H. - Wolverton, S. P.
Folder 10 Womacott, Z. A. - Wonson, E. P.
Folder 11 Wood, Aaron - Wood, Clarence.
Folder 12 Wood, Dean R. - Wood, Frank A.
Folder 1 Wood, G. A. - Wood, Irvin B.
Folder 2 Wood, James - Wood, Lewis.
Folder 3 Wood, M. - Wood, Rufus K. Correspondents include Norman Asa Wood of the University of Michigan (1896-1907).
Folder 4 Wood, Sheldon A. - Wood, Williard M.
Folder 5 Woodard, Clarke & Company - Woodley, C. L.
Folder 6 Woodman, E. E. - Woodruff, Theodore A.
Folder 7 Woods, A. - Woods, W. H. Correspondents include Charles Dayton Woods (1890-1892).
Folder 8 Woodson, Belle - Woodward, G. S.
Folder 9 Woodward, Henry - Woodwell, George M. Correspondents include Henry Woodward of the British Museum (Natural History) (1897-1898).
Folder 10 Woodworth, C. W. - Woodworth, William McMichael. Correspondents include William McMichael Woodworth of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1898-1901).
Folder 11 Woody, W. G. - Woollen, William W. Correspondents include Henry D. Woolfe (1887-1892), concerning Woolfe's collecting activity in Alaska and South America.
Folder 1 Woolman, A. J. - Woolsey, W.
Folder 2 Woosley, Elbert S. - Worden, Charles E. Correspondents include Dean C. Worcester (1889-1900).
Folder 3 Work, G. B. - Worrell, L. F.
Folder 4 Worsham, Albert E. - Worthen, Thomas A. Correspondents include: S. G. Worth (1884-1902); Charles Kimball Worthen (1893-1900).
Folder 5 Worthing, May - Wortman, Jacob L. Correspondents include Jacob L. Wortman (1884-1896).
Folder 6 Wray, Mrs. Henry Russell - Wright, Albert Hazen. Correspondents include: Albert Allen Wright of Oberlin College (1884-1905); Albert Hazen Wright of Cornell University (1907-1908).
Folder 7 Wright, Berlin H. - Wright, George W.
Folder 8 Wright, Harriet H. - Wright, Joseph.
Folder 9 Wright, Mrs. Lizzie - Wright, Ramsay. Correspondents include Ramsay Wright of the University of Toronto (1882-1905).
Folder 10 Wright, S. Hart - Wrightsman, John B.
Folder 11 Wunder, Clinton - Wyckoff, William C.
Folder 12 Wyeth, John & Brothers - Wyman, Walter.
Folder 13 Wyneken, F. - Wyoming University.
Folder 1 Xantus, G. - Yavis, John. Correspondents include Henry Crecy Yarrow (1893).
Folder 2 Yeager, A. C. - Yingling, George S. Correspondents include William S. Yeates, State Geologist of Georgia (1893-1901).
Folder 3 Yocum, A. Duncan - Youmans, W. J.
Folder 4 Young, A. H. - Young, Henry.
Folder 5 Young, James A. - Yule, M.
Folder 6 Zabriskie, A. J. - Zavaleta, Manuel B.
Folder 7 Zeballos, D. Estanislao S. - Zercher, B. F.
Folder 8 Ziegler, H. M. - Zinn, J. H.
Folder 9 Zirkle, M. S. - Zukoski, Edmund L.
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