Finding Aid - Contains Digitized Material

Reference Request

* required
Please succinctly provide us with any information pertinent to your inquiry. If you are writing to us about a research request, provide as much detail as possible about the collections in which you are interested (including collection numbers, box numbers, and folder titles).
(if known)

The Smithsonian Institution Archives is using Constant Contact, a third-party contact management software vendor, to manage contacts and send eNewsletters. Please be advised that Constant Contact's Privacy Statement and Terms and Conditions apply to your use of these services. The Smithsonian Institution Archives has access to your name and email address which is subject to our privacy statement.

Finding Aids to Personal Papers and Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 05-255

Cooper, G. Arthur (Gustav Arthur), 1902-2000

G. Arthur Cooper Papers, circa 1929-1998

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Cooper, G. Arthur (Gustav Arthur), 1902-2000
Title: G. Arthur Cooper Papers
Dates: circa 1929-1998
Quantity: 0.5 cu. ft. (1 document box)
Collection: Accession 05-255
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This collection consists of photographs of G. Arthur Cooper and others, including Charles Schuchert, Leonhard Stejneger, Arthur Boucot, Carl Owen Dunbar and Roland Wilbur Brown. Also included is a set of photographs from Robert Cooper, an amateur collector of shells and fossils. Robert Cooper is no relation to G. Arthur Cooper.

Descriptive Entry

This collection consists of photographs of G. Arthur Cooper and others, including Charles Schuchert, Leonhard Stejneger, Arthur Boucot, Carl Owen Dunbar and Roland Wilbur Brown. Also included is a set of photographs from Robert Cooper, an amateur collector of shells and fossils. Robert Cooper is no relation to G. Arthur Cooper.

Top of Page

This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.

Name

Subject

Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection

Top of Page

Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 05-255, G. Arthur Cooper Papers

Top of Page

Container List

Box 1

Carl Dunbar
Charles Schuchert, June 17, 1938
Unidentified, 1959
Unidentified

Folder 2

Box 1 of 1
Dr. Wang, September 1978
Annie and Charles Southworth
Charley Southworth, 1968
Annie and Charley Southworth, December 1963
Carl Owen and Lora L. Dunbar, February 1973
Roman Kozlowski receiving Mary Clark Thompson Medal, October 1959
Ehlers, Bruce Liberty, Jo, Mrs. Ehlers, G. A. Cooper
Pete Chang
Charley Bell and helper
Van Gilder
Leonhard Stejneger, October 30, 1937
Carl Dunbar and Charles Schuchert, 1932
Gillian and Norman Newell
Cane man at Rockford, Iowa
Art Boucot and Wang Yu
J. B. Knight

Folder 3

Box 1 of 1
Yuichi Kobayashi
Adolph Knopf plaque
Larry Sloss
G. A. Cooper, Mrs. Ehlers, Charles Southworth, Jo, Annie Southworth
G. A. Cooper and Vansleveghe?
Art Boucot
Roland Brown
Bob King
Robin Allan
Stuart Griggs
Charley Hunt, October 1973
Rex demonstrated his computer files at Dunedin
The Gage Hotel, November 6, 1990
The Gage Hotel, November 6, 1990
Merrill Foster, Dr. Gould and G. A. Cooper, Peoria, Illinois, April 27, 1995
Merrill Foster and Dr. Gould, Peoria, Illinois, April 27, 1995

Folder 4

Box 1 of 1
Photographs from Robert Cooper, an amateur collector of shells and fossils. No relation to G. A. Cooper.
G. A. Cooper, 1998
Smithsonian Institution Castle Building, May 1998
National Museum of Natural History, 1998
Washington Monument, 1998
G. A. Cooper, 1998
Washington Monument and the National Mall, 1998
Smithsonian Institution Castle Building, 1998
Smithsonian Institution Castle Building, 1998
Daveta and Steven, 1999
Steven at graduation, June 1999
Tibetan monks
Dry work area
Photographs of Robert Cooper's shell and fossil collections (23 prints)
G. A. Cooper, Ken Carter and F. Swartz in St. Louis
Pratt's Mountain, Winifred Goldring, May 23, 1929
G. A. Cooper and Josephine Cooper at work in his office in the Division of Invertebrate Paleontology, United States National Museum, 1954
G. A. Cooper, Harris and Ewing Photo
National Museum, Mexico City