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Record Unit 7422

National Museum of Natural History

Collected Scientific Illustrations and Photographs of Insects, circa 1920-1980

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: National Museum of Natural History
Title: Collected Scientific Illustrations and Photographs of Insects
Dates: circa 1920-1980
Quantity: 1.88 cu. ft. (1 document box) (2 16x20 boxes) (oversize materials)
Collection: Record Unit 7422
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This collection consists of illustrations and black-and-white photographs of insects that were used for figures and plates in scientific research papers written by various Department of Entomology and United States Department of Agriculture entomologists. Illustrators include B. B. Baber, Lawrence M. Druckenbrod, Julia Ellen Edmonson, Molly Ann Dwyer Griffin, Elaine R. S. Hodges, Frank M. Hull, Andre del Campo Pizzini, Robert J. Sim, Arthur Smith, Jung Lea Smith, Robert Evans Snodgrass, and George L. Venable.

Descriptive Entry

This collection consists of illustrations and black and white photographs of insects that were used for figures and plates in scientific research papers written by various Department of Entomology and United States Department of Agriculture entomologists. Illustrators include B. B. Baber, Lawrence M. Druckenbrod, Julia Ellen Edmonson, Molly Ann Dwyer Griffin, Elaine R. S. Hodges, Frank M. Hull, Andre del Campo Pizzini, Robert J. Sim, Arthur Smith, Jung Lea Smith, Robert Evans Snodgrass, and George L. Venable.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7422, Collected Scientific Illustrations and Photographs of Insects

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Container List

Box 1

Folder 1 Illustrations by Frank M. Hull for "Robber Flies of the World," USNM Bulletin 224, Part 1, 1962. Written by Frank M. Hull.

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Folder 2 Dasypogon diadema illustrated by Arthur Smith for "Robber Flies of the World," USNM Bulletin 224, Part 1, 1962. Written by Frank M. Hull.

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Folder 3 Lagodeas tesdeodes illustrated by Arthur Smith for "Robber Flies of the World," USNM Bulletin 224, Part 1, 1962. Written by Frank M. Hull.

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Folder 4 Paratractia dasypus illustrated by Arthur Smith for "Robber Flies of the World," USNM Bulletin 224, Part 1, 1962. Written by Frank M. Hull.

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Folder 5 Print of Pseudorus piceus illustrated by Arthur Smith for "Robber Flies of the World," USNM Bulletin 224, Part 1, 1962. Written by Frank M. Hull.

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Folder 6 Illustrations by Elaine R. S. Hodges for "The Nearctic Parasitic Wasps of the Genera Psilus Panzer and Coptera Say (Hymenoptera, Proctotrupoidea, Diapriidae)," USDA Technical Bulletin, Number 1617, 1980. Written by Carl Frederick William Muesebeck.

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Box 2

Folder 1 White Pine Blister Rust illustrated by B. B. Baber, early 1900s

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Folder 2 American tropical moths illustrated by Robert Evans Snodgrass (upper figure, Heliconisa arpi Schaus; lower figure, Dirphia carminata Schaus), for "The Division of Insects in the United States National Museum," Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 1919. Written by John Merton Aldrich.

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Folder 3 Laspeyresia pomonella, the codling moth, illustrated by Robert Evans Snodgrass, 1920

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Folder 4 Popillia japonica, illustrated by Robert J. Sim for "The Japanese Beetle," USDA Department Circular 362 (?), 1926. Written by Loren B. Smith and Charles H. Hadley.

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Folder 5 Illustrations by Andre del Campo Pizzini for "Neotropical Microlepidoptera VIII," USNM Proceedings, volume 118, number 3531, 1966. Written by W. Donald Duckworth.

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Folder 6 Illustrations by Andre del Campo Pizzini for "Neotropical Microlepidoptera XVIII," Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 48, 1970. Written by W. Donald Duckworth.

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Folder 7 Illustrations by Andre del Campo Pizzini for "Neotropical Microlepidoptera XX," Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 106, 1971. Written by W. Donald Duckworth.

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Folder 8 Apanteles polychrosides illustrated by Julia Ellen Edmonson, undated

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Box 3

Photographs and scientific illustrations of the microlepidoptera Tortricoidea for the book Insects of Micronesia, volume 9, number 1, 1976. Written by John Frederick Gates Clarke, published by the Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Plates 1-13 and figures 1-65. Illustrators include: Lawrence M. (Mike) Druckenbrod, Molly Ann Dwyer Griffin, Andre del Campo Pizzini, Jung Lea Smith, and George L. Venable.

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Illustrations by Andre del Campo Pizzini for "Neotropical Microlepidoptera XII," USNM Proceedings, Volume 122, Number 3585, 1967. Written by W. Donald Duckworth.

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