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Record Unit 7327

Geological Survey. Branch of Paleontology and Stratigraphy

Records, 1894-1956 and undated

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Geological Survey. Branch of Paleontology and Stratigraphy
Title: Records
Dates: 1894-1956 and undated
Quantity: 5.5 cu. ft. (11 document boxes)
Collection: Record Unit 7327
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These records primarily document the official work of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, USGS. Also included are papers documenting the paleontological research and professional activities of Stephenson and Vaughan, as well as smaller amounts of records created by other staff geologists. Most of the collection consists of several series of correspondence. Included is general correspondence which primarily documents Stephenson's official and professional activities, 1913-1956; correspondence with paleontologists, state geologists, and economic geologists concerning surveys and other work of the Section, 1907-1945; letters concerning Vaughan's research on fossil corals, 1912-1933; and correspondence with paleontologists, museums, and universities concerning specimen-related issues, 1913-1946. The collection also contains records documenting Stephenson's work on the geological map of Texas, files concerning the examination of specimens submitted by Texas oil companies, administrative records of the Section, manuscripts written and reviewed by Stephenson, and collected geological charts.

Historical Note

In 1907, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) established the Subsection of Coastal Plain Investigations within its Geologic Branch. In 1913, the name was changed to the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations. Working closely with the state geological surveys, the Section was responsible for the general study of the geology of the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains of the United States. Subjects of its investigations included physiography, stratigraphy, geologic structure, paleontology, sedimentology, and ground waters. In 1936, as a part of a reorganization of the USGS, the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations was merged with the Section of Paleontology and Stratigraphy under the latter name.

T. Wayland Vaughan (1870-1952) was appointed Geologist in charge of coastal plain investigations in 1907. He remained in charge of the Section until 1923 when he resigned to become Director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Lloyd William Stephenson (1876-1962), who had served as Vaughan's assistant since 1907, was promoted to succeed him as Chief of the Section. Stephenson remained in the post until 1936 when the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations was abolished. From 1936 until his retirement in 1947, he served as a Geologist in the Section of Paleontology and Stratigraphy. After his retirement, Stephenson continued his research on Cretaceous paleontology with the USGS on a voluntary basis.

Other geologists on the staff of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations included C. Wythe Cooke, 1910-1936; Julia A. Gardner, 1920-1936; Watson H. Monroe, 1930-1936; and Wendell P. Woodring, 1919-1936.

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Introduction

The 1879 act establishing the United States Geological Survey (USGS) declares "And all collections of rocks, minerals, soils, and fossils, and objects of natural history, archaeology, and ethnology, made by the Coast and Interior Survey, the Geological Survey, or by any other parties for the Government of the United States, when no longer needed for investigations in progress, shall be deposited in the National Museum." Many of the paleontologists affiliated with the USGS Paleontology and Stratigraphy Branch have been stationed at the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to study and care for the national collections. This close working relationship between the USGS and the NMNH has resulted in the Smithsonian Archives acquiring records and special collections documenting paleontological work of the Survey and its scientists.

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Descriptive Entry

This collection contains records concerning the official work of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, United States Geological Survey (USGS), as well as papers documenting the paleontological research and professional activities of Lloyd William Stephenson and T. Wayland Vaughan. Apparently, when the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations was abolished in 1936, Stephenson took many of the old files with him to his new position as a Geologist with the Section of Paleontology and Stratigraphy. Therefore, materials prior to 1936 consist primarily of records documenting the geological work of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, USGS. Most of these records were created by Vaughan and Stephenson in their capacity as Section Chiefs. Smaller amounts of records were created by Section geologists including C. Wythe Cook, Julia A. Gardner, Watson H. Monroe, and Wendell P. Woodring. Material created after 1936 documents Stephenson's research on Cretaceous paleontology.

The majority of the collection consists of correspondence arranged in four separate series. Included is general correspondence which primarily documents Stephenson's official and professional activities, 1913-1956; correspondence (arranged by state) with paleontologists, state geologists, and economic geologists which mostly documents surveys and other work of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, 1907-1945; letters concerning Vaughan's research on fossil corals of Mexico, the West Indies, and South America, 1912-1933; and correspondence with paleontologists, museums, and universities concerning the identification, loan, and acquisition of invertebrate fossil specimens, 1913-1946.

The collection also contains material concerning the geology of Texas. Stephenson's work preparing part of the geological map of Texas is documented by correspondence, maps, and charts. Also included are various records concerning the examination of stratigraphic samples submitted by oil companies drilling prospecting wells in Texas.

Lastly the collection contains administrative records of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations including personnel files and monthly reports; manuscripts written and reviewed by Stephenson; and collected geological charts.

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Subject

Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7327, Records

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Container List

Series 1

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1913-1956, AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY CORRESPONDENT.

This series consists mostly of incoming and outgoing correspondence of Lloyd William Stephenson. Correspondence until 1936 documents Stephenson's official duties in the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, USGS, as well as his research on Cretaceous paleontology. Also included are smaller amounts of pre-1936 correspondence of T. Wayland Vaughan, C. Wythe Cooke, Watson H. Monroe, Julia A. Gardner, and Wendell P. Woodring. Letters written and received after 1936 document Stephenson's research activities as a Geologist with the Section of Paleontology and Stratigraphy, USGS. The correspondence documents the publication of scientific manuscripts; the examination and identification of fossil specimens; involvement in professional societies and committees, especially Stephenson's work on the Committee on Stratigraphy of the National Research Council; and field investigations of USGS geologists, especially Watson H. Monroe. Correspondents are mostly professional paleontologists and geologists working in both the taxonomic and economic aspects of the field.

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A-B, general

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Applin, Paul L. and Esther R., 1944-1955

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Baker, Charles Lawrence, 1919, 1927-1932, 1935, 1942

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Blanpied, B. W., 1933-1935, 1946

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C-D, general

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Conant, Louis C., 1941, 1945-1947

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Conlin, Joseph P., 1947, 1953

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Cushman, Joseph A., 1938

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Deussen, Alexander, 1913-1925

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Dickerson, Roy E., 1917-1918, 1930, 1933, 1937-1940

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Dunbar, Carl O., 1936-1937, 1946, 1952, 1955

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E-G, general

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Fenneman, Nevin M., 1931, 1936-1938

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Grogan, S. A., 1925-1929

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Gunter, Herman, 1939, 1952

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H-L, general

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Hanna, G. Dallas, 1932

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Hazzard, Roy T., 1939-1946, 1956, and undated

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Hill, Robert T., 1932

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Howell, Benjamin F., 1938-1939, 1942, 1948

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Johnson, Meredith E., 1938-1941, 1954

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Kellum, Lewis B., 1927-1933, 1936

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Lonsdale, John T., 1947-1948, 1952-1955

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M, general

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MacNeil, F. Stearns, 1942-1946

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Maddren, A. G. Copy of his field notes on the Rio Grande Tertiary of Texas, 1919.

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McGlamery, Winnie, 1928, 1943-1946

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McQueen, H. S., 1942-1943, 1956

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Mellen, Frederic F., 1934-1939, 1944

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Monroe, Watson H., 1939-1947, 1954

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Moore, Raymond C., 1932, 1950, 1953

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Muir, John M., 1934-1937

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N-P, general

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Nelson, Wilbur A., 1938-1939

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Packard, Earl Leroy, 1915, 1926

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Pilsbry, Henry A., 1915-1916, 1923

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Plummer, Frederick Byron and Helen Jeanne, 1932, 1936-1937

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Ponton, Gerald M., 1931-1933

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Popenoe, W. Parkison, 1929, 1935, 1942-1943, 1946, 1949

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Pratt, Joseph Hyde, 1915

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R-S, general

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Reeds, Chester A., 1937

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Reeside, John B., Jr., 1943

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Richards, Horace Gardiner, 1939-1942, 1954-1955

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Schuchert, Charles, 1926-1928, 1934-1935, 1941

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Springer, Frank, 1921

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Stefanini, Giuseppe, 1918-1923

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Stenzel, Henryk Bronislaw, 1935-1939, 1944-1949

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Stetson, Henry C., 1934-1937, 1940-1941, 1944, 1946

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T-Y, general

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Taber, Stephen, 1933-1935

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Thompson, Raymond M., 1943-1944

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Trowbridge, Arthur C., 1920-1931. Concerns his research on the Rio Grande Tertiary fossils of Texas. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry.

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Udden, John August, 1913, 1918. Includes a copy of Charles Lawrence Baker's Texas field notes, undated.

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Vaughan, T. Wayland, 1924-1932

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Vokes, Harold E., 1937, 1941-1944

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Wells, John West, 1932-1933, 1947, 1953

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Wentworth, Chester K., 1922-1925, 1928-1929, 1932

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White, K. D., 1946-1947

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Series 2

CORRESPONDENCE CONCERNING ATLANTIC AND GULF COAST INVESTIGATIONS, 1907-1945, AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATE.

This series consists primarily of correspondence documenting the geological and paleontological investigations of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations. Correspondents include state geologists; taxonomic paleontologists; and economic geologists, including many affiliated with oil companies. The letters concern the identification of fossil specimens and the analysis of stratigraphic samples submitted by oil companies drilling wells. Also included are maps, charts, well logs, and specimen lists.

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Alabama, 1910-1939. Correspondents include George I. Adams, 1928-1929, 1932; Walter B. Jones, 1927, 1933; Eugene A. Smith, 1920, 1923; T. Wayland Vaughan, 1934.

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Alabama. Winnie McGlamery, 1933-1939, 1945.

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Alabama. Maps, well logs, and lists.

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Arkansas, 1918-1939. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry, 1926; George C. Branner, 1928-1932; Carl O. Dunbar, 1935; Helen Jeanne Plummer, 1937, 1939; Sidney Powers, 1921, 1927; W. C. Spooner, 1927-1928.

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Arkansas. Maps, well logs, and lists.

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District of Columbia, 1925-1926. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry, 1925-1926.

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Florida, 1908-1932. Correspondents include Frederick G. Clapp, 1919-1920, 1932; Joseph A. Cushman, 1920, 1929-1930.

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Florida. Herman Gunter, 1919-1939.

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Florida. Gerald M. Ponton, 1928-1933.

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Florida. Elias Howard Sellards, 1916, 1918.

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Florida. Maps, well logs, and lists.

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Georgia, 1916-1935. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry, 1916; S. W. McCallie, 1917-1924.

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Georgia. Waycross Well, 1914-1922. Correspondents include Joseph A. Cushman, 1919-1920; S. W. McCallie, 1916-1922.

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Illinois, 1927-1936. Correspondents include J. E. Lamar, 1927-1928, 1936.

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Louisiana, 1920-1933. Correspondents include Roy T. Hazzard, 1929, 1933; Sidney Powers, 1920, 1927; W. C. Spooner, 1925, 1927, 1931-1932; L. P. Teas, 1927.

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Louisiana. Maps, well logs, and lists.

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Maryland, 1916-1945

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Mississippi, 1921-1939. Correspondents include Joseph A. Cushman, 1927; Watson H. Monroe, 1936; William Clifford Morse, 1927, 1936, 1939; W. Parkison Popenoe, 1929; I. S. Reed, 1922; Arthur C. Trowbridge, 1932.

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Mississippi. Ephraim Noble Lowe, 1917-1933.

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Mississippi. Maps, well logs, and lists. (2 folders)

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Mississippi Delta Project, 1921-1923. Correspondents include Arthur C. Trowbridge.

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Missouri. 1933-1939. Correspondents include H. A. Buehler, 1933; H. S. McQueen, 1933-1939.

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Missouri. Maps, well logs, and lists.

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New Jersey, 1918-1940. Correspondents include Henry Barnard Kummel, 1918-1919; Horace Gardiner Richards, 1937-1940; Henryk Bronislaw Stenzel, 1939.

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New York, 1925

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North Carolina, 1914-1935. Correspondents include H. J. Bryson, 1926-1927; W. D. Harris, 1925; Lewis B. Kellum, 1925-1926; Wendell C. Mansfield, 1925; Joseph Hyde Pratt, 1915; Hubert Gregory Schenck, 1935; Jasper L. Stuckey, 1925-1926. Also includes a copy of Lloyd William Stephenson's manuscript "Structural Materials in the Vicinity of Camp Bragg, North Carolina," 1918.

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Oklahoma. Well log, 1917.

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Pennsylvania, 1924, 1932

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South Carolina, 1917-1940. Correspondents include Winnie McGlamery, 1940.

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South Carolina. Earle Sloan correspondence with T. Wayland Vaughan, 1907-1911.

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Tennessee, 1928-1940. Correspondents include Walter F. Pond, 1928-1931.

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Tennessee. Well logs, 1925, 1927.

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Texas, 1920-1939. Correspondents include Roy T. Hazzard, 1939; F. H. Lahee, 1925-1931; W. Parkison Popenoe, 1929-1930; Sidney Powers, 1920-1925.

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Texas. Frederick Byron and Helene Jeanne Plummer, 1931-1932, 1936.

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Texas. A. N. Sayre, 1932-1938.

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Texas. Gayle Scott, 1932-1935.

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Texas. Elias Howard Sellards, 1922, 1927-1933, 1939.

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Texas. Henryk Bronislaw Stenzel, 1936, 1939.

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Texas. John August Udden, 1912-1913, 1918-1924.

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Texas Bauxite Investigations, 1942-1943. Correspondents include Josiah Bridge, Watson H. Monroe, and Harry Stephen Ladd.

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Virginia, 1918-1931

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Series 3

CORRESPONDENCE CONCERNING CORAL RESEARCH OF T. WAYLAND VAUGHAN, 1912-1933. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY COUNTRY.

T. Wayland Vaughan was an authority on the Mesozoic, Cenozoic, and Recent corals of the United States, eastern Mexico, the West Indies, and Panama. This series consists mostly of correspondence between Vaughan and paleontologists in Mexico, the West Indies, and South America concerning his research on fossil corals. Also included are letters documenting his studies on foraminifera. The correspondence mostly concerns the identification of specimens. A small amount of correspondence was carried out by Lloyd William Stephenson, C. Wythe Cooke, and Juila A. Gardner.

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Antigua, British West Indies. William Robert Forrest, 1914-1915, 1920-1924.

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Antigua, British West Indies. F. Hardy, 1921.

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Antigua, British West Indies. Marshall Avery Howe, 1912-1922. Concerns Howe's study of Algae from Santo Domingo and Panama, as well as Antigua.

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Antigua, British West Indies. Tempany, H. A., 1914-1915.

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Barbados, British West Indies. Kenneth W. Earle, 1922-1923.

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Barbados, British West Indies. Abram O. Thomas, 1920.

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Barbados, British West Indies. Francis Watts, 1920.

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Bermuda. Arthur L. Day, 1913.

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Bermuda. Louis Valentine Pirsson, 1913-1914.

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Bermuda. State Department, 1912-1913.

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British Guiana. John B. Harrison, 1919-1922.

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Colombia, 1919-1925

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Ecuador, 1922-1923

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Jamaica. Charles Alfred Matley, 1922-1924.

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Jamaica. Charles Alfred Matley. Lists of Jamaican fossils, 1922-1924.

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Jamaica. C. T. Trechmann, 1922-1923.

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Mexico, 1920-1932

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Mexico. William A. Baker, Jr., 1930-1933.

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Mexico. Campania Mexicana de Petroleo "El Aguila" S. A., 1922-1924, 1933.

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Mexico. Instituto Geologico de Mexico, 1921-1923.

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Trinidad, British West Indies. J. A. Bullbrook, 1918-1927.

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Trinidad, British West Indies. Joseph A. Cushman, 1919-1923.

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Trinidad, British West Indies. Hans G. Kugler, 1925-1926.

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Trinidad, British West Indies. F. W. Penny, 1919-1921.

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Venezuela, 1918-1931

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SPECIMEN RELATED CORRESPONDENCE, 1913-1946. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY CORRESPONDENT.

This series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence documenting the paleontological research of T. Wayland Vaughan and Lloyd William Stephenson. The letters concern the identification, loan, and acquisition of invertebrate fossil specimens. Correspondents include museum curators, university professors, state geologists, and economic geologists. Correspondence between 1913 and 1923 was carried out by Vaughan and Stephenson. Correspondence after 1923 is primarily that of Stephenson. Also included are a few letters documenting research activities of other staff members of the Section of Coastal Plain Investigations.

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A-C, 1915-1939. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry, 1915, 1918-1920; W. Storrs Cole, 1928-1929; L. R. Cox, 1933, 1938.

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D-J, 1913-1946. Correspondents include Charles Elijah Decker, 1928, 1932; Field Museum of Natural History, 1926, 1933-1934, 1938; G. Dallas Hanna, 1921; Gilbert Dennison Harris, 1913; John Edward Hoffmeister, 1927; Marshall A. Howell, 1932.

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K-P, 1915-1937. Correspondents include A. Myra Keen, 1936; James Furman Kemp, 1920; William J. Miller, 1927; Charles Russell Orcutt, 1919, 1921; Earl Leroy Packard, 1921, 1924, 1926; Henry A. Pilsbry, 1915, 1920, 1924, 1926, 1931, 1935-1937.

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R-W, 1920-1939. Correspondents include T. Wayland Vaughan, 1926, 1930; Harold E. Vokes, 1938-1939; Wendell P. Woodring, 1928; Jay Backus Woodworth, 1920.

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Series 5

TEXAS MAP PROJECT RECORDS, 1931-1935, AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

During the 1930s, Lloyd William Stephenson was involved in preparing part of the geological map of Texas. This series contains correspondence, maps, charts, and related materials documenting Stephenson's work.

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Correspondence, A-F. Correspondents include L. T. Barrow, 1932-1933; Frank Bryan, 1932-1933; Alva Christine Ellisor, 1933-1934.

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Correspondence, K-S. Correspondents include Frederick Byron Plummer, 1932; Sidney Powers, 1932; W. Armstrong Price, 1931-1932; B. Coleman Renick, 1933, 1935; Elias Howard Sellards, 1932-1934.

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Correspondence, T-W. Correspondents include L. P. Teas, 1932, 1934; Norman L. Thomas, 1933-1934; P. B. Williamson, 1930-1932, including a copy of Williamson's "Geological Notes on Southwest Texas."

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Maps and charts, undated

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Series 6

TEXAS WELL RECORDS, 1902-1939. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY COUNTY.

This series consists of correspondence, maps, specimen lists, charts, well logs, and related material concerning the examination of sediment samples (and accompanying fossils) submitted by companies drilling oil prospecting wells in Texas. The records are arranged alphabetically by Texas county.

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Anderson County - Brazos County, 1912-1934. Correspondents include Sidney Powers, 1925; Alexander Deussen, 1912-1913.

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Caldwell County - Duval County, 1902-1932. Correspondents include Alexander Deussen, 1915; A. N. Sayre, 1931.

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Falls County - Grayson County, 1919-1930. Correspondents include Sidney Powers, 1919-1920, 1926.

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Harris County - Jefferson County, 1917-1927. Correspondents include Edward Wilber Berry, 1924.

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Karnes County - Limestone County, 1913-1930. Correspondents include Sidney Powers, 1924; W. A. Reiter, 1930.

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Matagorda County - Navarro County, 1923-1939. Correspondents include Frank Bryan, 1927, 1930-1931; Helen Jeanne Plummer, 1939; Gayle Scott, 1930.

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Red River County - Starr County, 1919-1931

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Titus County - Uvalde County, 1911-1935. Correspondents include John T. Lonsdale, 1929; F. M. Getzendaner, 1922-1935; W. W. Orcutt, 1911.

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Val Verde County - Zaralla County, 1910-1930. Correspondents include Sidney Powers, 1921-1924; Wallace E. Pratt, 1922.

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Series 7

ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, 1894-1955, AND UNDATED.

This series contains personnel records of the professional, technical, clerical, and temporary employees of the Section of Coastal Plains Investigations; monthly reports of the Section, 1925-1936, which include a synopsis of research activities of the staff; and records concerning field property charged to Lloyd William Stephenson and reports on collections examined by Stephenson.

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Personnel. Edward Wilber Berry, 1910-1921.

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Personnel. J. S. Brown, 1921-1922.

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Personnel. C. Wythe Cooke, 1910-1933. Includes a bibliography.

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Personnel. Joseph A. Cushman, 1912-1922.

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Personnel. Julia A. Gardner, 1920-1930. Includes a bibliography.

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Personnel. F. Stearns MacNeil, 1929-1930.

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Personnel. Wendell C. Mansfield, 1910-1930. Includes a bibliography.

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Personnel. Watson H. Monroe, undated. Includes a bibliography.

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Personnel. Lloyd William Stephenson, 1907-1929. Includes a partial bibliography.

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Personnel. Arthur C. Trowbridge, 1917-1920.

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Personnel. T. Wayland Vaughan, 1894-1924. Includes biographical information and a bibliography.

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Personnel. Wendell P. Woodring, 1913-1920.

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Personnel. Clerical personnel, 1924-1929.

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Personnel. Technical personnel, 1922-1931.

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Monthly reports, Section of Coastal Plain Investigations, USGS, 1925-1936 (12 folders)

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Field property charged to Lloyd William Stephenson, 1933-1955

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Reports on referred collections by Lloyd William Stephenson, 1951-1955

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Series 8

MANUSCRIPTS, UNDATED.

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"Notes on Cretaceous and adjacent Eocene formations in central and west-central Georgia," undated. By L. W. Stephenson and R. M. Thompson.

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"Upper Tertiary and Quaternary Formations of Southern Mississippi," undated. By George Charlton Matson. Manuscript was apparently submitted to Lloyd W. Stephenson for review. (4 folders)

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Series 9

GEOLOGICAL CHARTS, 1909, AND UNDATED.

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Loose Chart showing section of well boring at Hubbard City, Hill County, Texas, prepared from well core purchased by the U. S. Geological Survey, undated

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Loose Chart. "Generalized Tabular Section of the San Rafael Swell Region in Emery and Sevier Counties, Utah," 1909.

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