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President's Office and Administrative Records, 1874-2003

2010.051

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia
Creator:
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
Title:
President's Office and Administrative Records, 1874-2003
Date [bulk]:
1939-1993
Date [inclusive]:
1874-2003
Call Number:
2010.051
Extent:
82.6 Linear feet (146 containers)
Language:
English
Abstract:
The oldest natural science research institution and museum in the Americas, the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia (ANSP) was founded in 1812 "for the encouragement and cultivation of the sciences, and the advancement of useful learning." Since the founding of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, there have been twenty-eight presidents and five acting presidents. From 1937 to 1995, there were four presidents and one acting president who left their administrations well documented: Charles M.B. Cadwalader (1937-1951), William M. Marvel (1971-1974), Milton H. Wahl (1974-1976), Thomas Peter Bennett (1976-1985) and Keith Stewart Thomson (1986-1995). In addition, several key staff members who worked closely with these presidents left a record of their influence and contributions. This collection contains papers kept by the Office of the President as well as some of the various divisions of the Academy overseen by the President from 1874 to 2003. The bulk of the collection is comprised of alphabetically arranged subject files created and/or maintained by the Academy’s President’s Office from 1939 to 1993. The files relate to nearly all activities of the institution including, but not limited to, institutional finances, research, and exhibits. The depth to which topics are covered varies significantly. There are smaller groups of records that document more specifically the activities of the various divisions (or departments) of the Academy, which were administered by the President’s Office, especially the Development Office, the Office of the Comptroller, the Public Museum Division, and the Division of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology.
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Biography/History

The oldest natural science research institution and museum in the Americas, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia was founded in 1812 "for the encouragement and cultivation of the sciences, and the advancement of useful learning." Since the founding of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, there have been twenty-eight presidents and five acting presidents (please see additional note for a complete list of Academy presidents). From 1937 to 1995, there were four presidents and one acting president who left their administrations well documented: Charles M.B. Cadwalader, William M. Marvel, Milton H. Wahl, Thomas Peter Bennett and Keith Stewart Thomson. In addition, several key staff members who worked closely with these presidents left a record of their influence and contributions.

Charles M.B. Cadwalader, (1885-1959), served as president from 1937 to 1951. Cadwalader was born at Fort Washington, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1885 to Richard M. and Christine Biddle Cadwalader, and was a descendant of the 1689 Welsh emigrant, John Cadwalader. He studied at the William Penn Charter School and graduated from St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire. Though not a professional research scientist, he was fascinated, from his youth, with birds and frequently visited the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. He was elected a Life Member of the Academy in 1908 and to the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee on April 7, 1927. Cadwalader served as Managing Director from 1928 to 1937, when he was elected President. He served as both President and Managing Director until 1947, when H. Radclyffe Roberts was appointed Managing Director. In 1937, Cadwalader received an honorary Master's degree in Science from the University of Pennsylvania in recognition of his service to the Academy. For twenty five years Cadwalader served the academy without financial compensation. In fact, throughout his tenure as president, Cadwalader was a generous benefactor to the museum. Cadwalader is credited with establishing the Academy publication Frontiers in 1936, quintupling membership, and expanding many of the habitat groups representing the animals of North America, Africa and Asia. He actively worked to raise funding for the library, scientific research, expeditions, and the installation of exhibits. He was "among the pioneers in the habitat type of exhibit, a method which shows the animals in natural postures in their native surroundings" (  Frontiers, p. 27). Cadwalader retired in 1951, although he remained actively involved with the Board of Trustees and later was appointed as an honorary trustee. He died on June 18, 1959.

William Marvel served as President from 1971 to 1974. Marvel was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Princeton University in 1941 and received his doctorate in political science in 1951, also from Princeton University. Marvel was not personally interested in science, rather his background was in education and civics. In fact, in 1962, he became the first president of Education and World Affairs. During his time at the Academy, Marvel worked on a few major projects, including: a developmental planning survey of the Academy called the Brakeley John Price Jones survey, a major fund raising campaign; the purchase of an additional building to accommodate growing space needs; and the 1976 Bicentennial Celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

In 1969, the Academy endorsed the city's efforts for the 1976 Bicentennial. Marvel was actively involved with The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance which was formed during his tenure and included more than twenty cultural institutions in the area which worked together to create programs for the Bicentennial Celebration. The Academy's program centered on the creation of an extensive exhibit highlighting the development of the natural sciences in the United States since 1776. In addition, the Academy created traveling programs, held a lecture and film series, and held a three day symposium.

In 1970, the Board of Trustees voted that Brakeley John Price Jones Company, an international fund-raising consulting firm, should be commissioned to assist the Academy in the Master Planning Process and the creation of a ten to fifteen year long-term plan. Brakeley John Price Jones Company produced an in-depth survey which was completed by 1972. The survey determined core programs, a new mission statement, and identified new funding sources for the Academy. A capital campaign was organized to finance and implement the proposed changes.

Due to the growth and expansion of the Academy, by the 1960s, there was a need for more space for the scientific programs; and a Site Committee examined possibilities and methods of execution for minimal disruption. In 1972, guided by Marvel, the Academy purchased the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company building at Pennsylvania and Fairmont Avenues. The new building was to house the scientific departments, collections, laboratories, offices and the library, thereby separating the research and public functions of the institution. The aforementioned departments moved into new building in 1973, however, the move was short-lived. When Milton H. Wahl succeeded Marvel as Academy President, he determined the cost of maintaining two buildings to be prohibitive and the move back into the main building began immediately. The research departments returned first. Still in need of space, as an alternative, renovations on the main building commenced in 1975, making room for all the remaining departments still in residence in the Fidelity building. The building at Pennsylvania and Fairmont Avenues was sold in December 1978.

Wahl was born in 190[7] in St. Louis Missouri. He received his undergraduate degree from the Central Wesleyan College in 1928, his Master's degree from the University of Missouri in 1930, and his doctorate from the University of Illinois in 1933. On recommendation by Ruth Patrick, the Academy's noted limnologist, Wahl served as acting president from 1974 to 1976. Wahl had recently retired as an executive of the DuPont Company. Formally, he was head of the Savannah River Laboratories and in charge of the Atomic Energy Division at DuPont. On a part-time basis, Wahl supervised the daily operations at the Academy, submitted budget proposals, and supported the Board of Trustees in financial development. In 1976, Thomas Peter Bennett was appointed president and Wahl retired.

Bennett was born in Lakeland, Florida. He received his bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Florida State University in 1959 and his doctorate from Rockefeller University in 1965. Prior to his administration at the Academy, Bennett was a professor of Biology and Chemistry at several prominent universities. He also authored several publications on molecular biology and developmental cell biology. During his tenure at the Academy, he more than doubled the endowment, and built a new science wing, auditorium, classroom facilities and the Hall of Changing Exhibits. Bennett founded The Academies of Natural Science Institutes (TANSI), Museum Association of Pennsylvania (MAP) and Friends of Logan Square Foundation (FLSF). In 1984, the Outside-In children's hands-on exhibit opened. The renowned permanent exhibit, Discovering Dinosaurs opened in January 1986. Bennett resigned in 1985, in order to return to his home state of Florida, although he remained available to assist in finding his replacement and smooth the transition. John Schmidt, a member of the Board of Trustees acted as President during the candidate search from 1986 to 1987.

In 1987, Keith Stewart Thomson began his administration as President. Born in Derbyshire, England on July 29, 1938, he received his Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Comparative Physiology in 1960 from the University of Birmingham. In 1963, he received his doctorate in Biology from Harvard University. Thomson was a dean and former director of Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History before taking the position at the Academy. He also wrote several books and numerous scientific papers. During his tenure as Academy president, he reinitiated the Capital Campaign to raise money to build a new space for the library, exhibits, and education programs and to increase scientific research and expeditions. He resigned from the Academy in 1995.

During Cadwalader's presidency, James A.G. Rehn was the Corresponding Secretary and worked closely with Cadwalader. Rehn was born in Philadelphia on October 26, 1881 to William J. and Cornelia Loud Rehn. He was educated at the Public Industrial Art School and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He began at the Academy in 1900 as a student, and went on to become an associate in the Entomological Section. He served as Secretary from 1920 to 1938, and Corresponding Secretary from 1938 to 1959, though he continued to work in Entomology. Rehn died on January 25, 1965.

Throughout the Office of the President's history, the Comptroller or Treasurer has worked closely with the President of the Academy, managing the financial aspects of accounts, expenditures, benefits, building operations and other fiscal duties. There have been a few notable Treasurers including George Vaux, Jr. and Arthur E. Newbold, Jr.

George Vaux, Jr. was born on December 18, 1863 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania to a prominent Quaker family. He graduated from Haverford College in 1884 and the Law School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1888. He was elected a member of the Academy in 1892, treasurer in 1894 and solicitor in 1911; he served all these positions until his death in 1927. As a mineralogist he was involved in developing the mineral collection at the museum. His great-uncle Joseph Sansom (1767-1826) and his uncle William Sansom Vaux (1811-1882), were both notable mineralogists. William Sansom Vaux donated his significant mineral collection to the Academy.

Arthur E. Newbold, Jr., became the treasurer after Vaux's death. Newbold was the son of Arthur E. and Harriet Dixon Newbold. He graduated from Harvard University in 1909 and the University of Pennsylvania in 1912. Newbold was elected as a member in 1921, and served as treasurer from 1927 to 1948. Newbold guided the Academy during the Great Depression, and throughout the 1930s, invested in real estate in areas such as Colorado Springs.

During the Marvel, Wahl and the beginning of Bennett's administration, there were a few different people who served in the position of comptroller. The comptroller was responsible for managing institutional finances, including monitoring bank accounts; creating treasury reports; performing audits; maintaining the budget and operational plans; gifts; investments; and creating employee benefit packages. Cliff Jones served as secretary/comptroller from October 1972 until 1974. When Jones resigned, Kirby Scott served as comptroller from 1974 to 1977. As comptroller, Jones and Scott assisted the Academy with both the purchase and sale of the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company building, as well as site planning and renovations for the main building.

Additionally, under Marvel's administration, the Academy’s internal structure was reorganized in 1973, creating three distinct divisions; 1) The Public Museum, 2) Limnology and Ecology and 3) Systematics and Evolutionary Biology. The new divisions were headed by Robert Matthai, Clyde Goulden and Frank B. Gill respectively. Additional pre-existing divisions were; the Office of Development and the Office of Finance and Administration.

Matthai’s tenure was short-lived, and in 1975, Christopher Ray replaced Matthai as the Director of the Public Museum from 1975 to 1979. Ray was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Westport, Connecticut. He earned a degree in physics and biology from Reed College in 1957. In addition to being a scientist, he was an artist and sculptor, talents which he put to use designing and curating exhibits. During Ray's tenure at the Academy, he assisted with the intensive plans for the Bicentennial Celebration and installed many new exhibits.

The Director of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, Frank B. Gill was born October 2, 1941 in New York, New York. Gill specialized in zoology and received both his undergraduate degree in 1963 and his Doctorate in 1960 from the University of Michigan. Gill began his career at the Academy as Assistant Curator of Birds in 1969, serving in that capacity until 1974 when he was promoted to Associate Curator. In 1970, he was appointed Chairman of the Department of Ornithology. Gill became the Director of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology division in 1973 and retired in 1991.

In 1972, when Roberts retired as the Managing Director, the title of the position was changed to Scientific Director and Clyde Goulden was appointed. While searching for Roberts replacement, George Davis, the director of the Malacology Department was appointed Executive Assistant to the President. George Davis was born May 21, 1938 in Bridgeport Connecticut. He received his bachelor's degree in Biology from Marietta College in 1960, a Master's in Zoology in 1962 and his doctorate in Zoology and Malacology in 1965. Both of his graduate degrees are from the University of Michigan. Davis began his career at the Academy in 1970 as Associate Curator of Mollusca. As the Executive Assistant to the President, Davis held this position from 1971 to 1972, during the transition period from John Bodine to Marvel as President. The title "managing director" was resurrected in 1974 when Milton H. Wahl was appointed acting president of the Academy upon Marvel's resignation. Davis retired in 2000.

Bibliography:

Academy of Natural Sciences Website: “About the Academy, History,” http://www.ansp.org/

"Academy's Retired President, A Patron, Charles M.B. Cadwalader, Dies," Frontiers. Vol. 24:1, October 1959.

"Brutes and Scholars," Time. March 29, 1937.

Linton, M. Albert. The Academy of Natural Sciences: 150 Years of Distinguished Service. Newcomer Society in North America: New York, 1962.

Nolan, Edward J. A Short History of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: Philadelphia, 1909.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains papers kept by the Office of the President as well as some of the various divisions or departments of the Academy overseen by the President from 1874 to 2003. Four presidents and one acting president left their administrations well documented: Charles M.B. Cadwalader (1937-1951), William M. Marvel (1971-1974), Milton H. Wahl (1974-1976), Thomas Peter Bennett (1976-1985) and Keith Stewart Thomson (1986-1995). The bulk of the collection consists of subject files kept by the President’s Office during their tenures. The subject files were created through the day-to-day activities of the President’s Office, offering a comprehensive overview of the Academy and its work during the years covered. Files typically contain correspondence, reports and memoranda, evidencing the wide-ranging efforts of the research departments and museum, finances and public functions of the institution in addition to specific work of the president. Common files found throughout the collection include membership, Academy publications, development, and files on various Academy committees and departments. These subject files demonstrate the activities of the President and the Academy as a whole, as well as the social and professional interactions between the Academy and its public.

In addition to the president, many other administrative, scientific and support staff, as well as external organizations and private individuals contributed to the file system. Because the Presidents’ subject files provide an overarching perspective on a wide variety of events and activities, this portion of the collection is a great resource for researchers interested in the general history of the Academy, as well as specific events in the Academy’s history. Additionally, researchers interested in the activities of a specific Departments or managers and individuals associated with any particular Department would find the Presidents’ subject files extremely useful. The president’s office records make up the first five series of the collection, reflecting each Presidential administration: "Charles M.B. Cadwalader papers," "William W. Marvel papers," "Milton H. Wahl papers," "Thomas P. Bennett papers," and the "Keith S. Thompson papers." Within each series, records are arranged alphabetically by name or subject. Researchers should note that people, corporations and/or subjects are not necessarily filed under the same heading across all five series, therefore it is recommended that researchers perform key word searches for specific topics.

Following the president’s papers are eleven series, containing small groups of records that relate specifically to particular projects and/or support departments. The series are: "President's reports," "Board of Trustees files," "Long range plans," "Annual reports," “Office of the Comptroller papers,” "Public Museum Division files," "Frank B. Gill, Director of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology papers," "Personnel files," "Fund raising," "George M. Davis, Executive Assistant to the President papers," and "James A.G. Rehn, Corresponding Secretary papers." Each of these large divisions is further subdivided, and this collection contains material that represents the activities of each of these.

This collection as a whole presents an in-depth and well-rounded record of activities of the Academy. It contains official information presented in the form of public announcements and Academy wide communications, and casually, in the form of personal correspondence and planning materials. This collection will be of interest to researchers interested in the lives of Academy Presidents, the history of the Academy between the years 1874 and 2003, and/or the history of science and Philadelphia’s cultural institutions. More detailed notes about series arrangement and contents can be found at the series level descriptions below.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Laurie Rizzo and Eric Rosenzweig

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Custodial History note

Transferred from the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia President's Office.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia: Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Board of Trustees records, 1925-1990 (bulk, 1976-1989); and Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Managing Director records.

Additional collections of more recent Presidents' administrations may be available. Please ask the archivist for access.

Separated Materials note

Portions of the accession number 00.10 were not created by the President's Office, and have been added to the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Managing Director records.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
  • American Association of Museums.
  • American Museum of Natural History.
  • Brakeley, John Price Jones Inc..
  • Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.
  • The Associated Natural Science Institutions (TANSI).
  • Wagner Free Institute of Science.
  • Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Exhibition records
  • Financial records
  • Minutes
  • Photographs
  • Reports
  • Speeches
Geographic Name(s)
  • Estate records
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Benett, Thomas Peter, 1937 -
  • Cadwalader, C.M.B, (Charles Meigs Biddle), June 3,1885-1959
  • Davis, George, 1938-
  • Gill, Frank B.
  • Marvel, William
  • Newbold, Arthur E., Jr.
  • Rehn, James A.G., (James Abram Garfield), b. 1881
  • Thomson, Keith Stewart
  • Vaux, George, Jr., 1863-1927
  • Wahl, Milton H.
Subject(s)
  • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976
  • Fund raising
  • Natural history museums
  • Scientific expeditions

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President's of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1812-Present

George Troost, 1812-1817

William Maclure, 1817-1840

William Hembel, 1840-1849

Samuel George Morton. 1849-1851

George Ord, 1851-1858

Isaac Lea, 1858-1863

Thomas Bellerby Wilson, 1863-1864

Robert Bridges,1864-1865

Isaac Hays, 1865-1869

William S.W. Ruschenberger, 1869-1881

Joseph Leidy, 1881-1891

Isaac Wistar, 1891-1895

Samuel G. Dixon, 1895-1918

John Cadwalader, 1918-1922

Richard A.F. Pensrose, 1922-1926

T. Chalkley Palmer, 1926-1928

Effingham B. Morris, 1928-1937

Charles M.B. Cadwalader, 1937-1951

M. Albert Linton, 1951-1962

George Clark, 1962-1963

John Bodine, 1963-1971

William Marvel, 1971-1974

Milton H. Wahl, acting, 1974-1976

Thomas Peter Bennett, 1976-1985

John Schmidt, acting, 1985-1986

Keith Stewart Thomson, 1987-1995

Phelan Fretz, acting, 1995-1996

Paul A. Hanle, 1996-2000

Seymour S. Preston, III, 2000-2002

D. James Baker, 2002-2006

Ian Davison, acting, 2006-2007

William Brown, 2007-2010

Edward Daeschler, acting, 2010- present

Collection Inventory

Charles M. B. Cadwalader papers, 1939-1948.

Scope and Contents note

Charles M.B. Cadwalader maintained his papers chronologically by year, with each year comprised of a single alphabetical system, from 1939 to 1948. Within each year, correspondence and subjects are arranged alphabetically. In addition to his general duties as President, the materials document Cadwalader's fundraising activities for the library, expeditions and exhibits and his efforts to increase Academy membership. Researchers should note that the 1939 papers begin with the letter "I" and that the 1943 and 1945 are not represented in this collection; those records are housed in the Managing Director records collection.

Box Folder

International Wild Life Protection, 1939.

1 1-4

"I" correspondence, 1939.

1 5

Johnson, E. R. Fenimore, 1939.

1 6

"J" correspondence, 1939.

1 7

"K" correspondence, 1939.

1 8

Kinghorn, J. H., 1939.

1 9

"Ki" correspondence, 1939.

1 10

"L" correspondence, 1939.

1 11

Leeds, Estate of Arthur N., 1939.

1 12

Library: binding work, 1939.

1 13

Library: sale of special books, 1939.

1 14

Library committee, 1939.

1 15

"Le" correspondence, 1939.

1 16

"Lo" correspondence, 1939.

1 17

Ludwick lectures, 1939.

1 18

"M" correspondence, 1939.

1 19

"McA" correspondence, 1939.

1 20

McLean, Richard A., 1939.

1 21

Membership: general, 1939.

1 22

Membership: new, 1939.

1 23-24

Membership: resigned, 1939.

1 25

"Me" correspondence, 1939.

1 26

"Mi" correspondence, 1939.

1 27

Moore, Dr. J. Percy, 1939.

1

2

28

3

Morris, Effingham B., Sr, 1939.

1 29

"Mo" correspondence, 1939.

1 30

Museum Exhibits Committee, 1939.

1 31

"Mu" correspondence, 1939.

1 32

Newbold, Arthur E., Jr, 1939.

1 33

New England Museum of Natural History, 1939.

1 34

"N" correspondence, 1939.

1 35

"O" correspondence, 1939.

1 36

Parrish, M. L., 1939.

1 37

Patrick, Dr. Ruth, 1939.

1 38

Patterson, Henry C., 1939.

1 39

Peerless Steel Equipment Company, 1939.

1 40

Pennell, Dr. Francis W., 1939.

1 41

Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsman's Clubs, 1939.

1 42

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1939.

1 43

Pennsylvania, University of, 1939.

1 44

Pennsylvania, University of: Dr. Pilsbry and Bicentennial celebration, 1939.

1 45

Pennsylvania, University of: History Department, 1939.

1 46

Peterson, C. Bernard, 1939.

1 47

Pharo, Mrs. Walter W., 1939.

1 48

Philadelphia, City of: Fire Marshal's office, 1939.

1 49

Philadelphia Council of Museums, 1939.

1 50

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1939.

1 51

Philadelphia Local Telegraph Company, 1939.

1 52

Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, 1939.

1 53

"Philadelphians at Home", 1939.

1 54

"P" correspondence, 1939.

1 55

Pilsbry, Dr. Henry A., 1939.

1 56

Publication: Pilsbry monograph number three, 1939.

1 57

Publication: Notulae Naturae, 1939.

1 58

Publication: Early Man, 1939.

1 59

Publication: Regarding dealers discounts, 1939.

1 60

Publication: exchanges, 1939.

1 61

Publications, sale of, 1939.

1 62-67

"Pi" correspondence, 1939.

1 68

"Q" correspondence, 1939.

1 69

Rehn, James A. G., 1939.

1 70

"R" correspondence, 1939.

1 71

"Ri" correspondence, 1939.

1 72

Robin Hood Dell Concerts, 1939.

1 73

Romeike Press Clipping Bureau, 1939.

1 74

Roosevelt, Kermit, 1939.

1 75

"Ro" correspondence, 1939.

1 76

Sage, Dean, 1939.

1 77

"S" correspondence, 1939.

1 78

Science Press Printing Company, 1939.

1 79

Securities: Change to Lennig Fund, 1939.

1 80

Securities: Changes, purchases and sales, 1939.

1 81

Securities, 1939.

1 82

"Schn" correspondence, 1939.

1 83

"Sh" correspondence, 1939.

1 84

"Sm" correspondence, 1939.

1 85

Specimens offered to the Academy, 1939.

1 86

"Sn" correspondence, 1939.

1 87

Stevens, Martin, 1939.

1 88

Stine, Dr. Charles M. A., 1939.

1 89

Stokes, J. Stogdell, 1939.

1 90

"St" correspondence, 1939.

1 91

Stone, Dr. Witmer, 1939.

1 92

Stone, Dr. Witmer: Sale of "Birds of Old Cape May", 1939.

1 93

"T" correspondence, 1939.

1 94

"Ti" correspondence, 1939.

1 95

Union Library Catalogue, 1939.

1 96

United States National Museum, 1939.

1 97

United States Post Office, 1939.

1 98

"U" correspondence, 1939.

1 99

Vandegrift and Company, 1939.

1 100

Vanderbilt, George, 1939.

1 101

von Sneidern, 1939.

1 102

"V" correspondence, 1939.

1 103

Wagner Free Institute of Science, 1939.

2 1

Warren, Mary S., 1939.

2 2

"We" correspondence, 1939.

2 3

Wickersham Printing Company, 1939.

2 4

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1939.

2 5

"Wi" correspondence, 1939.

2 6

"Wo" correspondence, 1939.

2 7

"W" correspondence, 1939.

2 8

Works Progress Administration, 1939.

2 9

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1939.

2 10

"A" correspondence, 1940.

2 11

Academy: Inquiries, 1940.

2 12

Academy: Notices, 1940.

2 13

Altsheler, Brent, 1940.

2 14

American Association of Museums, 1940.

2 15

American Insulator Corporation, 1940.

2 16

American Museum of Natural History, 1940.

2 17

American Philosophical Society, 1940.

2 18

Applications for "Frontiers" and Publicity positions, 1940.

2 19

Attendance, 1940.

2 20

Barbour, Dr. Thomas, 1940.

2 21

Bartlett, Captain Robert A., 1940.

2 22

"B" correspondence, 1940.

2 23

Beringer, George M. (Estate of), 1940.

2 24

"Be" correspondence, 1940.

2 25

Bibliographical Planning Committee, 1940.

2 26

"Bi" correspondence, 1940.

2 27

Botany, proposed medal for, 1940.

2 28

"Bo" correspondence, 1940.

2 29

Browne, Peter Arrell: Rock and mineral collection, 1940.

2 30

"Br" correspondence, 1940.

2 31

"Bu" correspondence, 1940.

2 32

"C" correspondence, 1940.

2 33

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Gulph Mills Golf Club, 1940.

2 34

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1940.

2 35

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Republican campaign, 1940.

2 36

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1940.

2 37-38

Carpenter, Major Aaron E., 1940.

2 39

Carpenter, R. R. M., 1940.

2 40

Cary, Mrs. C. Reed, 1940.

2 41

Christman, George W. T., 1940.

2 42

"Ch" correspondence, 1940.

2 43

Committee on Education and Participation in Science, 1940.

2 44

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1940.

2 45

"Co" correspondence, 1940.

2 46

"Cor" correspondence, 1940.

2 47

Darlington, Dr. Emlen P., 1940.

2 48

de Schauensee, Rodolphe M., 1940.

2 49

"D" correspondence, 1940.

2 50

"Do" correspondence, 1940.

2 51

Dunn, E. R., 1940.

2 52

Education, Department of, 1940.

2 53

Educational: Special lecture service, 1940.

2 54

Educational Department: Mrs. Curtin Winsor, 1940.

2 55

Educational Development Fund: Pledges paid, 1940.

2 56-57

Eighth American Scientific Congress, 1940.

2 58

Enders, Robert K., 1940.

2 59

Exchanges, 1940.

2 60

Exhibit: Audubon Hall paintings, 1940.

2 61

Expedition: Carpenter - Alaska, 1940.

2 62-63

Expedition: Chaffee - Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming, 1940.

2 64-65

Expeditions: General, 1940.

2 66

Expedition: Gordon - Central Pennsylvania, 1940.

2 67

Expedition: Stevenson - Mexico (proposed), 1940.

2 68

Expedition: Vanderbilt - proposed, 1940.

2 69

Expedition: Vanderbilt - Nihoa [Hawaii], 1940.

2 70

"E" correspondence, 1940.

2 71

Field Museum of Natural History, 1940.

2 72

"F" correspondence, 1940.

2 73

Foster, Frank B., 1940.

2 74

Frontiers: Advertisements, 1940.

2 75

Frontiers: General, 1940.

2 76

Fulweiler, John H., 1940.

2 77

"Fo" correspondence, 1940.

2 78

Geology and Paleontology, Department of, 1940.

2 79-80

Gifts, 1940.

2 81

"G" correspondence, 1940.

2 82

Gordon, S.G., 1940.

2 83

Grants-In-Aid, 1940.

2 84

Gravell, James H., 1940.

2 85

Green, Harold T., 1940.

2 86

"Go" correspondence, 1940.

2 87

Guard duty, 1940.

2 88

"H" correspondence, 1940.

3 1

"Har" correspondence, 1940.

3 2

Hebard, D. L., 1940.

3 3

"He" correspondence, 1940.

3 4

Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1940.

3 5

"Ho" correspondence, 1940.

3 6

Huston, McReady, 1940.

3 7

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1940.

3 8

"Hu" correspondence, 1940.

3 9

International Game Fish Association, 1940.

3 10

International Wild Life Protection, 1940.

3 11-13

"I" correspondence, 1940.

3 14

Johnson, E. R. Fenimore, 1940.

3 15

Jonas Brothers, 1940.

3 16

"J" correspondence, 1940.

3 17

"K" correspondence, 1940.

3 18

"Ki" correspondence, 1940.

3 19

"L" correspondence, 1940.

3 20

Leidy Medal, 1940.

3 22

Library committee, 1940.

4 1

Lippincott, Joseph W., 1940.

4 2

"Le" correspondence, 1940.

4 3

Ludwick Institute, 1940.

4 4

"Lo" correspondence, 1940.

4 5

Martin, Edmond Bradley, 1940.

4 6

The Matheson Company, 1940.

4 7

"M" correspondence, 1940.

4 8

McLean, Richard A., 1940.

4 9

McLean, William L. Jr, 1940.

4 10

"Mc" correspondence, 1940.

4 11

Membership, 1940.

4 12

Membership: new, 1940.

4 13-15

Membership: resigned, 1940.

4 16

"Me" correspondence, 1940.

4 17

Minerals, sale of, 1940.

4 18

"Mi" correspondence, 1940.

4 19

"Mo" correspondence, 1940.

4 20

Museum Exhibits Committee, 1940.

4 21

"Mu" correspondence, 1940.

4 22

National Research Council, 1940.

4 23

Newbold, Arthur E. Jr, 1940.

4 24

New England Museum of Natural History, 1940.

4 25

"N" correspondence, 1940.

4 26

"O" correspondence, 1940.

4 27

Parrish, M. L., 1940.

4 28

Peerless Steel Equipment Company, 1940.

4 29

Pennell, Dr. Francis W., 1940.

4 30

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1940.

5 1

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, 1940.

5 2

Pennsylvania State College, 1940.

5 3

Pennsylvania, University of, 1940.

5 4

Pennsylvania, University of: Bicentennial celebration, 1940.

5 5-6

Phelps, W. H., 1940.

5 7

Philadelphia Cage Bird Fanciers Association, 1940.

5 8

Philadelphia, City of, 1940.

5 9

Philadelphia Council of Museums, 1940.

5 10

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1940.

5 11

Philadelphia Local Telegraph Company, 1940.

5 12

"P" correspondence, 1940.

5 13

Pilsbry, Dr. Henry A., 1940.

5 14

Proceedings and  Notulae Naturae, 1940.

5 15

Progress Fund: General, 1940.

5 16-17

Progress Fund: Contributions, 1940.

5 18-19

Progress Fund: Luncheon meetings, 1940.

5 20

Progress Fund: Men's Committee, 1940.

5 21

Progress Fund: Pledges, 1940.

5 22

Progress Fund: Workers prospects, 1940.

5 23

Progress Fund: Workers reports, 1940.

5 24-25

Publication: Proceedings and  Notulae Naturae, 1940.

6 1

Publication: Pilsbry monograph reviews, 1940.

6 2

Publications: Exchanges, 1940.

6 3

Publications, sale of, 1940.

6 4-13

Publicker Commercial Alcohol Company, 1940.

6 14

Read, Dr. Conyers, 1940.

6 15

Rehn, James A. G., 1940.

6 16

"R" correspondence, 1940.

6 17

Richards, Horace G., 1940.

6 18

"Ri" correspondence, 1940.

6 19

"Ro" correspondence, 1940.

6 20

Sackett, J. Townsend, 1940.

7 1

Sage, Dean, 1940.

7 2

Santa Barbara Museum, 1940.

7 3

"S" correspondence, 1940.

7 4

Securities, 1940.

7 5

Securities: Estate of Franklin Platt, 1940.

7 6

"Schn" correspondence, 1940.

7 7

"Sh" correspondence, 1940.

7 8

"Sm" correspondence, 1940.

7 9

Specimens offered to the Academy, 1940.

7 10

Stevenson, H. G., 1940.

7 11

"Sn" correspondence, 1940.

7 12

Stone, Dr. Witmer: Estate and library, 1940.

7 13

Stone, Dr. Witmer: Sales of "Birds of Old Cape May", 1940.

7 14

Street, Linder and Propert, 1940.

7 15

"St" correspondence, 1940.

7 16

"T" correspondence, 1940.

7 17

"Ti" correspondence, 1940.

7 18

Union Library Catalog, 1940.

7 19-20

United States National Museum, 1940.

7 21

United States Post Office, 1940.

7 22

"U" correspondence, 1940.

7 23

Vandegrift and Company, 1940.

7 24

Vanderbilt, George, 1940.

7 25

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1940.

7 26

"V" correspondence, 1940.

7 27

Wagner Free Institute of Science, 1940.

7 28

"W" correspondence, 1940.

7 29

"We" correspondence, 1940.

7 30

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1940.

7 31

"Wi" correspondence, 1940.

7 32

Work Projects Administration, 1940.

7 33

"Wo" correspondence, 1940.

7 34

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1940.

7 35

Academy: Inquiries, 1941.

8 1

Academy: Notices, 1941.

8 2

Adult Education Council for Philadelphia, 1941.

8 3

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1941.

8 4

American Association of Museums, 1941.

8 5

American Museum of Natural History, 1941.

8 6

"A" correspondence, 1941.

8 7

"An" correspondence, 1941.

8 8

Ball, Alice E.: Bird paintings, 1941.

8 9

Barbour, Dr. Thomas, 1941.

8 10

"B" correspondence, 1941.

8 11

Beck, Dr. H. M., 1941.

8 12

Behind-the-Scenes party, 1941.

8 13

"Be" correspondence, 1941.

8 14

"Bi" correspondence, 1941.

8 15

"Bo" correspondence, 1941.

8 16

"Br" correspondence, 1941.

8 17

"Bu" correspondence, 1941.

8 18

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Mrs. Russell A. Griggs, 1941.

8 19

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Gulph Mills Golf Club, 1941.

8 20

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1941.

8 21

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: The Mercantile Library, 1941.

8 22

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1941.

9 1

Cadwalader, Richard M., 1941.

9 4

Carpenter, Major Aaron E., 1941.

9 5

Carpenter, R. R. M., 1941.

9 6

"C" correspondence, 1941.

9 7

Chapman, Estate of Hannah M., 1941.

9 8

"Ch" correspondence, 1941.

9 9

Colbert, Dr. E. H., 1941.

9 10

Committee on Education and Participation in Science, 1941.

9 11

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1941.

9 12

"Co" correspondence, 1941.

9 13

Coventry, G. Ayres, 1941.

9 14

"Cor" correspondence, 1941.

9 15

Delaware River Basin, Interstate Committee on the, 1941.

9 16

de Schauensee, R. M., 1941.

9 17

"D" correspondence, 1941.

9 18

"Do" correspondence, 1941.

9 19

Education, Department of, 1941.

9 20

Education, Department of: Special lecture service, 1941.

9 21

Educational Development Fund, 1941.

9 22

Exchanges, 1941.

9 23

Exhibit: Audubon Hall of Birds, 1941.

10 1

Expedition: Chaffee, Wyoming, 1941.

10 2

Expedition: Enders, Panama, 1941.

10 3

Expedition: Field work - New Guinea, 1941.

10 4

Expedition: Fowler and McLean - Carolina and Georgia, 1941.

10 5

Expedition: Rehn - Northwest United States, 1941.

10 6

Expedition: Vanderbilt - Caribbean, 1941.

10 7-9

"E" correspondence, 1941.

10 10

"F" correspondence, 1941.

10 11

Frontiers: Advertisements, 1941.

10 12

Frontiers: General, 1941.

10 13

Fulweiler, John H., 1941.

10 14

"Fo" correspondence, 1941.

10 15

Geology and Paleontology, Department of, 1941.

10 16

"G" correspondence, 1941.

10 17

Gomez, Leopoldo (Alonso), 1941.

10 18

Gordon, Samuel G., 1941.

10 19

Grants-In-Aid, 1941.

10 20

Green, Harold T., 1941.

11 1

Group, Mule Deer, 1941.

11 2

Group, Mule Deer Opening, general, 1941.

11 3

Guard duty, 1941.

11 4

"Go" correspondence, 1941.

11 5

"H" correspondence, 1941.

11 6

Hayden Medal, 1941.

11 7

"Har" correspondence, 1941.

11 8

Hebard, D. L., 1941.

11 9

Hebard, Frederick V., 1941.

11 10

"He" correspondence, 1941.

11 11

"Ho" correspondence, 1941.

11 12

Huston, McCready, 1941.

11 13

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1941.

11 14

"Hu" correspondence, 1941.

11 15

International Wild Life Protection, 1941.

11 16

"I" correspondence, 1941.

11 17

Johnson lecture, 1941.

11 18

Junto, the, 1941.

11 19

"J" correspondence, 1941.

11 20

Knight lecture, 1941.

11 21

"K" correspondence, 1941.

11 22

"L" correspondence, 1941.

11 23

"Le" correspondence, 1941.

11 24

Library Committee, 1941.

12 1

"Lo" correspondence, 1941.

12 2

Ludwick lectures, 1941.

12 3-4

"M" correspondence, 1941.

12 5

McLean, 1941.

12 6

"McA" correspondence, 1941.

12 7

Membership, 1941.

12 8

Membership: New, 1941.

12 9-12

Membership: Resigned, 1941.

12 13

Membership fundraising, payments, 1941.

12 14-15

Membership fundraising, regrets, 1941.

12 16

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1941.

12 17

"Me" correspondence, 1941.

12 18

"Mi" correspondence, 1941.

12 19

"Mo" correspondence, 1941.

12 20

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1941.

12 21-23

"Mu" correspondence, 1941.

12 24

Newbold, Arthur E., 1941.

13 1

"N" correspondence, 1941.

13 2

"O" correspondence, 1941.

13 3

Parrish, M. L., 1941.

13 4

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1941.

13 5

Pennsylvania Game Commission Predator Control Study Committee, 1941.

13 6-7

Peterson, C. Bernard, 1941.

13 8

Philadelphia Bibliographical Center and Union Library Catalogue, 1941.

13 9-10

Philadelphia, City of, 1941.

13 11

Philadelphia Local Telegraph Company, 1941.

13 12

Photographic room and laboratory, 1941.

13 13-14

"P" correspondence, 1941.

13 15

Posel, Dr. A. Williams, 1941.

13 16

Progress Fund contributions, 1941.

13 17

"Pi" correspondence, 1941.

13

Publications, sale of, 1941.

13 19-23

Publications, sale of, 1941.

14 1-4

Publication: Exchanges, 1941.

14 5

"Q" correspondence, 1941.

14 6

Records of North American big game, 1941.

14 7

"R" correspondence, 1941.

14 8

Richards, Horace G., 1941.

14 9

Rivinus, E. F. - Luncheon Garden Clubs, 1941.

14 10

"Ri" correspondence, 1941.

14 11

"Ro" correspondence, 1941.

14 12

Sage, Dean, 1941.

14 13

Sales desk, 1941.

14 14

"S" correspondence, 1941.

14 15

Securities: Changes, purchases and sales, 1941.

14 16

Securities: General, 1941.

14 17

Securities: 5120-32 Lancaster Avenue, 1941.

14 18-20

Securities: Estate of John T. Morris, 1941.

14 21

Securities: Estate of John Turner, 1941.

14 22

"Schn" correspondence, 1941.

14 23

Singer Lecture, Ava Hamilton, 1941.

15 1

"Sh" correspondence, 1941.

15 2

Specimens offered to the Academy, 1941.

15 3

"Sn" correspondence, 1941.

15 4

Stone, Dr. Witmer: Sales of "Birds of Old Cape May", 1941.

15 5

"St" correspondence, 1941.

15 6

"T" correspondence, 1941.

15 7

Toogood, Granville, 1941.

15 8

"Ti" correspondence, 1941.

15 9

Ulmer, Frederick A., 1941.

15 10

United States National Museum, 1941.

15 11

United States Post Office, 1941.

15 12

"U" correspondence, 1941.

15 13

Vanderbilt, George, 1941.

15 14

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1941.

15 15

"V" correspondence, 1941.

15 16

Wagner Free Institute of Science, 1941.

15 17

"W" correspondence, 1941.

15 18

"We" correspondence, 1941.

15 19

Wickersham Printing Company, 1941.

15 20

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1941.

15 21-22

"Wi" correspondence, 1941.

15 23

Work Projects Administration, 1941.

15 24

"Wo" correspondence, 1941.

15 25

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1941.

15 26

Academy: Notices, 1942.

16 1

Academy: Inquiries, 1942.

16 2

Academy: Annual Meeting, 1942.

16 3

American Association of Museums, 1942.

16 4

American Ornithologists Union, 1942.

16 5

American Philosophical Society, 1942.

16 6

"A" correspondence, 1942.

16 7

Argentina, Republic of, 1942.

16 8

"An" correspondence, 1942.

16 9

Barbour, Dr. Thomas, 1942.

16 10

"B" correspondence, 1942.

16 11

"Be" correspondence, 1942.

16 12

"Bi" correspondence, 1942.

16 13

Bowman, Estate of Elizabeth W. M., 1942.

16 14-15

"Bo" correspondence, 1942.

16 16

"Br" correspondence, 1942.

16 17

"Bu" correspondence, 1942.

16 18

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Gulph Mills Golf Club, 1942.

16 19-21

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1942.

16 22

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Peal and Company, 1942.

16 23

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1942.

16 24-25

Carpenter, R. R. M., 1942.

17 1

"C" correspondence, 1942.

17 2

"Ch" correspondence, 1942.

17 3

Colbert, Dr. E. H., 1942.

17 4

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1942.

17 5

"Co" correspondence, 1942.

17 6

"Cor" correspondence, 1942.

17 7

Darlington Fund, Emlen Painter, 1942.

17 8

Delaware Valley Ornithological Club, 1942.

17 9

de Terra Burma Report, 1942.

17 10-12

"D" correspondence, 1942.

17 13

Dolan, Brooke, 1942.

17 14

Dolan, Brooke regarding Army commission, 1942.

17 15

Dolan, Brooke regarding motion picture of China and Tibet, 1942.

17 16

Dolan, Brooke China and Tibet film - Office of Coordinator of Information, 1942.

17 17

Dolan, Brooke films and photographs, 1942.

17 18

Dolan, Brooke regarding Otto Gneisser and films, 1942.

17 19

"Do" correspondence, 1942.

18 1

Education, Department of, 1942.

18 2

Education Development Fund: Monthly expenses, 1942.

18 3

Education Development Fund: Pledges paid, 1942.

18 4

Exchanges, 1942.

18 5

Exhibit: African relief map (proposed), 1942.

18 6

Exhibit: Audubon Bird Hall, 1942.

18 7-8

Exhibit: Coxey butterflies (proposed), 1942.

18 9

Exhibit: De Beers diamond (proposed), 1942.

18 10

Exhibit: Defense minerals, 1942.

18 11

Exhibit: Geologic clock (proposed), 1942.

18 12

Exhibit: Hadrosaurus (proposed), 1942.

18 13

Exhibit: Heads and Horns, 1942.

18 14

Exhibit: Microvivarium (proposed), 1942.

18 15

Exhibit: Taylor butterflies (proposed), 1942.

18 16

Expedition names, official notice of, 1942.

18 17

Expedition: Coventry, McLean, Peterson and Fritz, 1942.

18 18

Expedition: Hotlitzelle - Texas, 1942.

18 19

Expedition: Hotlitzelle - Panama, 1942.

18 20

Expedition: Judd and Orr - Honduras, Guatemala, 1942.

18 21

Expedition: Vanderbilt - Brazil (proposed), 1942.

18 22

Expedition: Vanderbilt - Panama (proposed), 1942.

18 23

"E" correspondence, 1942.

18 24

"F" correspondence, 1942.

18 25

Frontiers: Advertisements, 1942.

18 26

Frontiers: General, 1942.

18 27

Fund raising, 1942.

19 1-3

"Fo" correspondence, 1942.

19 4

Geology and Paleontology, Department of, 1942.

19 5

"G" correspondence, 1942.

19 6

Grants-In-Aid, 1942.

19 7

Green, Harold, 1942.

19 8

Group, White sheep, 1942.

19 9

Group, Desert bighorn sheep, 1942.

19 10

Group, White sheep, opening dinner, 1942.

19 11

Group, White sheep, opening lecture, 1942.

19 12

Group, White sheep (Dall's), 1942.

19 13

Guard duty, 1942.

19 14

Guide book, 1942.

19 15

"Go" correspondence, 1942.

19 16

"H" correspondence, 1942.

19 17

"Har" correspondence, 1942.

19 18

"He" correspondence, 1942.

19 19

"Ho" correspondence, 1942.

19 20

Huston, McCready, 1942.

19 21

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1942.

19 22

"Hu" correspondence, 1942.

19 23

International Wild Life Protection, 1942.

19 24

"I" correspondence, 1942.

19 25

James, Nancy E., 1942.

19 26

Junto, 1942.

19 27

"J" correspondence, 1942.

20 1

"K" correspondence, 1942.

20 2

"Ki" correspondence, 1942.

20 3

"L" correspondence, 1942.

20 4

Library Committee, 1942.

20 5

Library Company of Philadelphia, 1942.

20 6

"Le" correspondence, 1942.

20 7

"Lo" correspondence, 1942.

20 8

Ludwick Lectures: General, 1942.

20 9

"M" correspondence, 1942.

20 10

"McA" correspondence, 1942.

20 11

Membership: General, 1942.

20 12

Membership: New, 1942.

20 13-14

Membership: Resigned, 1942.

20 15

"Me" correspondence, 1942.

20 16

"Mi" correspondence, 1942.

20 17

Moldenke, Dr. Harold N., 1942.

20 18

"Mo" correspondence, 1942.

20 19

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1942.

20 20

"Mu" correspondence, 1942.

20 21

Newbold, Arthur E., 1942.

20 22

"N" correspondence, 1942.

20 23

"O" correspondence, 1942.

20 24

Parrish, M. L., 1942.

20 25

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1942.

20 26

Pennsylvania State Fish and Game Protection Association, 1942.

20 27

Philadelphia County Board of Assistance, 1942.

21 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1942.

21 2

Philadelphia Bibliographical Center and Union Library Catalogue, 1942.

21 3

Philadelphia Local Telegraph Company, 1942.

21 4

"P" correspondence, 1942.

21 5

Pillsbury, Arthur C. - Lecture, 1942.

21 6

Pilsbry Party, 1942.

21 7

Psota insect collection, 1942.

21 8

Progress Fund: Payments, 1942.

21 9

Publication: Proceedings and  Notulae Naturae, 1942.

21 10

Publications, sale of, 1942.

21 11-14

Publications: Exchanges, 1942.

21 15

"Pi" correspondence, 1942.

21 16

Quarry Street property inquiries, 1942.

21 17

"Q" correspondence, 1942.

21 18

"R" correspondence, 1942.

21 19

"Ri" correspondence, 1942.

21 20

"Ro" correspondence, 1942.

21 21

Sales desk, 1942.

21 22

Samuel, John D., 1942.

21 23

"S" correspondence, 1942.

21 24

Securities: Bought, 1942.

21 25

Securities: Sold, 1942.

21 26

Securities: 2121 North 63rd Street, 1942.

21 27

Securities: 1738 Reed Street, 1942.

21 28

Securities: 1309 Arch Street, 1942.

21 29

Securities: Insurance on properties, 1942.

22 1

Securities: Bought and sold, 1942.

22 2

Securities: Regarding the transfer of, 1942.

22 3

Securities: General, 1942.

22 4

Securities: Tryon Estate, 1942.

22 5-11

Securities: Tryon Estate, 1942.

23 1-2

"Schn" correspondence, 1942.

23 3

Shoemaker, Colonel Henry W., 1942.

23 4

"Sh" correspondence, 1942.

23 5

"Sm" correspondence, 1942.

23 6

Specimens offered to the Academy, 1942.

23 7

"Sn" correspondence, 1942.

23 8

Stine, Dr. Charles M. A., 1942.

23 9

Stokes, J. Stogdell, 1942.

23 10

Stone, Dr. Witmer: Sales of "Birds of Old Cape May", 1942.

23 11

"St" correspondence, 1942.

23 12

"T" correspondence, 1942.

23 13

"Ti" correspondence, 1942.

23 14

Ulmer, Frederick A., 1942.

23 15

United States Army: Regarding foreign expeditions, 1942.

23 16

United States National Museum, 1942.

23 17

"U" correspondence, 1942.

23 18

Van Dyke scholarships (proposed), 1942.

23 19

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1942.

23 20

"V" correspondence, 1942.

23 21

"W" correspondence, 1942.

23 22

"We" correspondence, 1942.

23 23

Wickersham Printing Company, 1942.

23 24

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1942.

23 25

"Wi" correspondence, 1942.

23 26

Work Projects Administration, 1942.

23 27

"Wo" correspondence, 1942.

23 28

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1942.

23 29

Academy: Inquiries, 1944.

24 1-2

American Philosophical Society, 1944.

24 3

"A" correspondence, 1944.

24 4

"An" correspondence, 1944.

24 5

"B" correspondence, 1944.

24 6

"Be" correspondence, 1944.

24 7

"Bi" correspondence, 1944.

24 8

Bond's "Checklist of Birds of the West Indies", 1944.

24 9

"Bo" correspondence, 1944.

24 10

"Br" correspondence, 1944.

24 11

"Bu" correspondence, 1944.

24 12

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1944.

24 13-14

Carpenter, R. R. M., 1944.

24 15

Carriker, M. A. regarding Mallophaga collection publication, 1944.

24 16

"C" correspondence, 1944.

24 17

"Ch" correspondence, 1944.

24 18

Colbert, Dr. Edwin H., 1944.

24 19

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1944.

24 20

"Co" correspondence, 1944.

24 21

Cuntz, Hermann F., 1944.

24 22

"Cor" correspondence, 1944.

24 23

"D" correspondence, 1944.

24 24

"Do" correspondence, 1944.

24 25

Editors, information regarding, 1944.

24 26

Educational: Bird walks, 1944.

24 27

Expedition: Gordon - Southwest United States, 1944.

24 28

"E" correspondence, 1944.

25 1

Free Library of Philadelphia, 1944.

25 2

"F" correspondence, 1944.

25 3

"Fo" correspondence, 1944.

25 4

"G" correspondence, 1944.

25 5

Grants-In-Aid, 1944.

25 6

"Go" correspondence, 1944.

25 7

"H" correspondence, 1944.

25 8

Hayden Geological Memorial Award, 1944.

25 9

"Har" correspondence, 1944.

25 10

"He" correspondence, 1944.

25 11

"Ho" correspondence, 1944.

25 12

Huston, McCready, 1944.

25 13

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1944.

25 14

"Hu" correspondence, 1944.

25 15

International Wild Life Protection, 1944.

25 16

"I" correspondence, 1944.

25 17

Jolowicz, Paul, 1944.

25 18

"J" correspondence, 1944.

25 19

"K" correspondence, 1944.

25 20

"Ki" correspondence, 1944.

25 21

"L" correspondence, 1944.

25 22

Leidy Medal, 1944.

25 23

Leidy, Philip L., 1944.

25 24

Library Company of Philadelphia, 1944.

25 25

Library supplies and equipment, 1944.

25 26

Library Committee, 1944.

25 27

"Le" correspondence, 1944.

25 28

Ludwick Institute, 1944.

25 29

"Lo" correspondence, 1944.

25 30

"M" correspondence, 1944.

25 31

"McA" correspondence, 1944.

25 32

Membership: General, 1944.

25 33

Membership: New, 1944.

26 1-4

Membership: Resigned, 1944.

26 5

"Me" correspondence, 1944.

26 6

"Mi" correspondence, 1944.

26 7

"Mo" correspondence, 1944.

26 8

Museum Executives meeting, 1944.

26 9

"Mu" correspondence, 1944.

26 10

"N" correspondence, 1944.

26 11

"O" correspondence, 1944.

26 12

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1944.

26 13

Philadelphia Bibliographical Center and Union Library Catalogue, 1944.

26 14

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1944.

26 15

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1944.

26 16

Phillips, Venia T., 1944.

26 17

"P" correspondence, 1944.

26 18

Progress Fund: Pledges paid, 1944.

26 19

"Pi" correspondence, 1944.

26 20

"Q" correspondence, 1944.

26 21

Reading Railroad magazine articles, 1944.

26 22

"R" correspondence, 1944.

26 23

Richards, Dr. Horace G., 1944.

26 24

"Ri" correspondence, 1944.

26 25

"Ro" correspondence, 1944.

26 26

Sales desk, 1944.

26 27-28

"S" correspondence, 1944.

26 29

Securities: Bought and sold, 1944.

26 30

Securities: General, 1944.

27 1

Securities: 2121 North 63rd Street, 1944.

27 2-4

Securities: 324 Princeton Avenue, 1944.

27 5-6

Securities: 1738 Reed Street, 1944.

27 7-10

"Schn" correspondence, 1944.

28 1

"Sh" correspondence, 1944.

28 2

"Sm" correspondence, 1944.

28 3

Specimens offered for purchase, 1944.

28 4

"Sn" correspondence, 1944.

28 5

Stone's "Birds of Old Cape May", 1944.

28 6

"St" correspondence, 1944.

28 7

"T" correspondence, 1944.

28 8

"Ti" correspondence, 1944.

28 9

Ulmer, Frederick A., 1944.

28 10

United War Chest 1945 campaign, 1944.

28 11-12

University museum, 1944.

28 13

"U" correspondence, 1944.

28 14

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1944.

28 15

"V" correspondence, 1944.

28 16

"W" correspondence, 1944.

28 17

"We" correspondence, 1944.

28 18

Wickersham Printing Company, 1944.

28 19

"Wi" correspondence, 1944.

28 20

"Wo" correspondence, 1944.

28 21

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1944.

28 22

Academy: Inquiries, 1947.

29 1

Academy: John Price Jones survey and comments, 1946-1947.

29 2

Academy: Notices, 1947.

29 3

Academy: Reorganization Committee, 1947.

29 4

Academy: State aid, 1947.

29 5

American Cancer Society, 1947.

29 6

"A" correspondence, 1947.

29 7

"An" correspondence, 1947.

29 8

Applications for positions, collecting and field work, 1947.

29 9

Asiatic Hall: Funds, 1947.

29 10

Barringer, Brandon, 1947.

29 11

"B" correspondence, 1947.

29 12

"Be" correspondence, 1947.

29 13

"Bi" correspondence, 1947.

29 14

"Bo" correspondence, 1947.

29 15

"Bu" correspondence, 1947.

29 16

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Fishing in Canada, 1947.

29 17

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1947.

29 18-19

Carpenter, R. R. M., 1947.

29 20

Carpenter expedition - Africa, 1946-1947.

29 21-23

Carpenter expedition - Africa, 1945-1946.

30 1

"C" correspondence, 1947.

30 2

"Ch" correspondence, 1947.

30 3

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1947.

30 4

"Co" correspondence, 1947.

30 5

"Cor" correspondence, 1947.

30 6

"D" correspondence, 1947.

30 7

"Do" correspondence, 1947.

30 8

"Drafts" - Monies paid abroad, 1947.

30 9

Exhibit: Ceratopsian skull, 1944-1947.

30 10-11

Expedition: Enders - Wyoming, 1947.

30 12

Expedition: Carpenter - Africa, regarding "fish claim", 1947.

30 13

"E" correspondence, 1947.

30 14

"F" correspondence, 1947.

30 15

"Fo" correspondence, 1947.

30 16

Fund raising, 1947.

30 17-18

"G" correspondence, 1947.

30 19

"Go" correspondence, 1947.

30 20

Grants-In-Aid, 1947.

30 21

Group, Desert sheep, 1946-1947.

30 22-23

Group, Yak - opening, 1947.

30 24

Guard duty, 1947.

30 25

"H" correspondence, 1947.

30 26

"Har" correspondence, 1947.

31 1

Hayden Memorial Geological Award, 1947.

31 2

"He" correspondence, 1947.

31 3

"Ho" correspondence, 1947.

31 4

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1947.

31 5

"Hu" correspondence, 1947.

31 6

"I" correspondence, 1947.

31 7

"J" correspondence, 1947.

31 8

"K" correspondence, 1947.

31 9

"Ki" correspondence, 1947.

31 10

Lamborn Estate, 1930-1947.

31 11-20

Lamborn Estate, 1929.

32 1

Lamborn Estate: Duluth property, 1928-1930.

32 2

Lamborn Estate: Downen's statements, 1930-1945.

32 3-7

"L" correspondence, 1947.

32 8

"Le" correspondence, 1947.

32 9

Ludwick Institute, 1947.

32 10

"Lo" correspondence, 1947.

32 11

"M" correspondence, 1947.

32 12

"McA" correspondence, 1947.

32 13

Membership: General, 1947.

32 14

Membership: New, 1947.

32 15-16

Membership: Resigned, 1947.

32 17

"Me" correspondence, 1947.

33 1

"Mi" correspondence, 1947.

33 2

"Mo" correspondence, 1947.

33 3

"Mu" correspondence, 1947.

33 4

"N" correspondence, 1947.

33 5

"O" correspondence, 1947.

33 6

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1947.

33 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1947.

33 8

Pilsbry eighty-fifth birthday celebration, 1947.

33 9

"P" correspondence, 1947.

33 10

Progress Fund, 1947.

33 11

"Pi" correspondence, 1947.

33 12

"Q" correspondence, 1947.

33 13

"R" correspondence, 1947.

33 14

"Ri" correspondence, 1947.

33 15

"Ro" correspondence, 1947.

33 16

"S" correspondence, 1947.

33 17

"Schn" correspondence, 1947.

33 18

"Sh" correspondence, 1947.

33 19

"Sm" correspondence, 1947.

33 20

Specimens offered to the Academy, 1947.

33 21

"Sn" correspondence, 1947.

33 22

Stone, Hugh E. and "Flora of Chester County", 1947.

33 23

Stone, Witmer: "Birds of Old Cape May", 1947.

33 24

"St" correspondence, 1947.

33 25

Tatnall: "Flora of Delaware County and the Eastern Shore", 1947.

33 26

"T" correspondence, 1947.

33 27

"Ti" correspondence, 1947.

33 28

University courses, 1947.

33 29

"U" correspondence, 1947.

33 30

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1947.

33 31

"V" correspondence, 1947.

33 32

"W" correspondence, 1947.

33 33

"We" correspondence, 1947.

33 34

Wilderness Club, 1947.

33 35

"Wi" correspondence, 1947.

33 36

"Wo" correspondence, 1947.

33 37

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1947.

33 38

Academy: Inquiries, 1948.

34 1

Academy: Notices, 1948.

34 2

Academy: State aid, 1948.

34 3

Academy: Thefts, 1948.

34 4

Affiliated societies - meeting rates, 1948.

34 5

"A" correspondence, 1948.

34 6

"An" correspondence, 1948.

34 7

Applications for positions, field work and collecting, 1948.

34 8

"B" correspondence, 1948.

34 9

Behind-The-Scenes microscopic party, 1948.

34 10

"Be" correspondence, 1948.

34 11

"Bi" correspondence, 1948.

34 12

"Bo" correspondence, 1948.

34 13

"Br" correspondence, 1948.

34 14

"Bu" correspondence, 1948.

34 15

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Personal, 1948.

34 16

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.: Fishing in Canada, 1948.

34 17

Carpenter: African film showing, 1948.

34 18

"Drafts" - monies paid abroad, 1948.

34 19

Carpenter expedition- Africa, 1947-1948.

34 20-24

Carpenter expedition - Africa, 1947.

35 1

"C" correspondence, 1948.

35 2

"Ch" correspondence, 1948.

35 3

Clark, George R., 1948.

35 4

Conchology: Manual of Conchology, 1948.

35 5

"Co" correspondence, 1948.

35 6

"Cor" correspondence, 1948.

35 7

"D" correspondence, 1948.

35 8

"Do" correspondence, 1948.

35 9

Exhibit: Dinosaur bones from New Jersey, 1947-1948.

35 10

Exhibit: Fur and Fashion, 1948.

35 11

Expedition: Catherwood, Chaplin - West Indies, 1948.

35 12

Expedition: Gordon - Canada, 1948.

35 13

Expedition: Vanderbilt - New Guinea islands (proposed), 1947-1948.

35 14

Expedition: Pennell - Peru, 1948.

35 15

"E" correspondence, 1948.

35 16

"F" correspondence, 1948.

35 17

Fund raising, 1948.

35 18

"Fo" correspondence, 1948.

35 19

"G" correspondence, 1948.

35 20

Grants-In-Progress, 1948.

35 21

Groups: Asiatic Hall, 1948.

35 22

Guard duty, 1948.

35 23

"Go" correspondence, 1948.

35 24

Hall, L. Earnest (Estate of), 1948.

35 25

"H" correspondence, 1948.

36 1

"Har" correspondence, 1948.

36 2

"He" correspondence, 1948.

36 3

"Ho" correspondence, 1948.

36 4

Hutchinson, Rivinus and Company, 1948.

36 5

"Hu" correspondence, 1948.

36 6

"I" correspondence, 1948.

36 7

"J" correspondence, 1948.

36 8

"K" correspondence, 1948.

36 9

"Ki" correspondence, 1948.

36 10

"L" correspondence, 1948.

36 11

Library: Industrial cooperation, 1948.

36 12

"Le" correspondence, 1948.

36 13

Ludwick Lectures, 1948.

36 14

"Lo" correspondence, 1948.

36 15

"M" correspondence, 1948.

36 16

"McA" correspondence, 1948.

36 17

Membership: Deceased, 1948.

36 18

Membership: General, 1948.

36 19

Membership: New, 1948.

36 20-22

Membership: Resigned, 1948.

36 23

"Me" correspondence, 1948.

36 24

"Mi" correspondence, 1948.

36 25

"Mo" correspondence, 1948.

36 26

"Mu" correspondence, 1948.

36 27

"N" correspondence, 1948.

36 28

"O" correspondence, 1948.

36 29

Pennsylvania Game Commission, 1948.

36 30

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1948.

36 31

"P" correspondence, 1948.

37 1

Potts Estate, 1938-1945.

37 2-3

Potts, Howard N. Account, 1931-1939.

37 4-6

"Pi" correspondence, 1948.

37 7

"Q" correspondence, 1948.

37 8

Receipts, 1948.

37 9

Records of North American big game, 1948.

37 10

"R" correspondence, 1948.

37 11

Richards, Dr. Horace G., 1948.

37 12

"Ri" correspondence, 1948.

37 13

"Ro" correspondence, 1948.

37 14

Sales desk, merchandise for, 1948.

37 15

Sales desk, orders shipped, 1948.

37 16

"S" correspondence, 1948.

38 1

Securities: General, 1948.

38 2

Securities: Changes, 1948.

38 3

Securities: Meigs Estate, 1947.

38 4

Securities: 1743 North 33rd Street, 1941-1948.

38 5

"Schn" correspondence, 1948.

38 6

"Sh" correspondence, 1948.

38 7

"Sm" correspondence, 1948.

38 8

Specimens offered for purchase, 1948.

38 9

"Sn" correspondence, 1948.

38 10

Stone, Hugh E.: "Flora of Chester County", 1948.

38 11

Stone, Witmer: "Birds of Old Cape May", 1948.

38 12

"St" correspondence, 1948.

38 13

Tatnall: "Flora of Delaware and the Eastern Shore", 1948.

38 14

Television: General, 1948.

38 15

"T" correspondence, 1948.

38 16

Trustees: Letters to all, 1948.

38 17

"Ti" correspondence, 1948.

38 18

University courses, 1948.

38 19

"U" correspondence, 1948.

38 20

von Sneidern, Kjell, 1948.

38 21

"V" correspondence, 1948.

38 22

"W" correspondence, 1948.

38 23

Wells, Hepsey Norris (Estate of), 1948.

38 24

Weeders' Garden Club, 1948.

38 25

"We" correspondence, 1948.

38 26

Wilderness Club, 1948.

38 27

"Wo" correspondence, 1948.

38 28

"Wi" correspondence, 1948.

38 29

"X-Y-Z" correspondence, 1948.

38 30

William W. Marvel papers, 1953-1977 (Bulk, 1971-1973) .

Scope and Contents note

The "William W. Marvel papers" are divided into two subseries: "Correspondence" and "Subject files." The materials document Marvel's daily activities, as well as important projects that Marvel was involved in during his tenure. The projects represented in this series are the Brakeley John Price Jones developmental planning survey, the capital campaign fund raising, the purchase of an additional building to accommodate the space needs, and the planning for the 1976 Bicentennial Celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The correspondence dates from 1971 to 1973, and is arranged chronologically. The subject files date from 1953 to 1977, with the bulk of the material dating from 1971 to 1973. The subject files are arranged alphabetically.

Correspondence, 1971-1973.

Box Folder

1971 January.

39 1

1971 February.

39 2

1971 March.

39 3

1971 April.

39 4

1971 June.

39 5

1971 July.

39 6

1971 August.

39 7

1971 September.

39 8

1971 October.

39 9

1971 November.

39 10

1971 December.

39 11

General correspondence, 1971.

39 12-13

1972 January.

40 1

1972 February.

40 2

1972 March.

40 3

1972 April.

40 4

1972 May.

40 5

1972 June.

40 6

1972 July.

40 7

1972 August.

40 8

1972 September.

40 9

1972 October.

40 10

1972 November.

40 11

1972 December.

40 12

General correspondence, 1972.

40 13-14

General correspondence, 1972.

41 1-2

1973 January.

41 3

1973 February.

41 4

1973 March.

41 5

1973 April.

41 6

1973 May.

41 7

1973 June.

41 8

1973 July.

41 9

1973 August.

41 10

1973 September.

41 11

1973 October.

41 12

General correspondence, 1973.

41 13-15

Subject files, 1953-1977 (Bulk, 1971-1973) .

Box Folder

Academy history, 1970-1975.

42 1-2

Academy departmental expense reports, 1973.

42 3-4

Academy report on mission and effectiveness, 1970.

42 5

Academy stock transactions, 1971.

42 6

Admission prices, 1971.

42 7

Admissions, 1971, 1972.

42 8

Admissions report, 1972.

42 9

American Association of Museums, 1971.

42 10

American Association of Museums regarding accreditation, 1972.

42 11

Annual giving progress report, 1972.

42 12

Annual Meeting, 1971.

42 13

Annual Meeting and Report of the President, 1972.

42 14

Aquarium, 1972, 1973.

42 15-16

Bennett, Elizabeth Chew, 1970.

42 17

Bicentennial and Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, 1972.

42 18

Bicentennial planning, 1972.

42 19-20

Bicentennial planning, 1972-1973.

43 1-5

Board of Education: Nature teachers training course, 1967-1968.

43 6

Board of Trustees correspondence and memos, 1964-1973.

43 7-8

Board of Trustees meeting minutes, 1971.

43 9

Board of Trustees memos, 1971.

43 10

Board of Trustees correspondence, 1971-1972.

43 11

Board of Trustees list, 1971-1972.

43 12

Board of Trustees correspondence, 1972.

43 13

Board of Trustees meeting minutes, 1972.

43 14

Board of Trustees memos, 1972.

43 15

Board of Trustees committees, 1972.

43 16

Board of Trustees meetings agenda, 1972-1973.

43 17

Board of Trustees information on new Trustees, 1973.

43 18

Board of Trustees meeting minutes, 1973.

44 1

Board of Trustees memos, 1973.

44 2

Board of Trustees correspondence, 1973-1974.

44 3

Board of Trustees and Committee members lists, 1973-1974.

44 4

Bodine, John, 1967-1974.

44 5

Boyer's white ducks, 1971.

44 6

Brakeley: John Price Jones "Report of a Master Plan Study for the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia", 1970.

44 7-8

Brakeley: John Price Jones report implementation committee, 1970-1971.

44 9

Brakeley: John Price Jones master plan materials, 1970-1972.

45 1-9

Brooks, John, 1972.

45 10

Budgets, 1971-1974.

46 1-6

Building security, 1972, undated.

46 7

By-Laws of the Academy, circa 1972.

46 8

Cairns, Dr. John, 1972.

46 9

Clark, George: City appropriation, 1969.

46 10

Daily admissions study, 1971.

46 11

Data processing study, 1973.

46 12

Delaware River Basin Commission, undated.

46 13

Development Council of Natural Science Museums, 1972.

46 14

Development Office financial records, 1974.

46 15

Earth Week, 1972.

46 16

Education Department, 1968-1971.

46 17

Education and Exhibits meeting minutes, 1971, 1972.

46 18

Education, 1972-1973.

46 19

Employee benefits, 1957, 1971, 1972.

46 20

Environmental Associates of the Academy of Natural Sciences, 1972.

46 21-22

Environmental Education Act grant proposal for Environmental Education Center, 1971.

47 1

Environmental Information Consortium, 1972.

47 2

Exhibits, 1971.

47 3

Exhibits Department report, 1972.

47 4

Exhibits schedule, 1972.

47 5

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1971.

47 6

Executive Committee memos, 1971.

47 7

Executive Committee, 1971-1972.

47 8

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1972.

47 9

Executive Committee memos, 1972.

47 10

Executive Committee meeting agendas, 1972-1973.

47 11

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1972-1973.

47 12-13

Executive Committee memos, 1973.

47 14

Executive Committee correspondence, 1973.

47 15

Fidelity Mutual Building: Building evaluation and photographs, 1972.

47 16

Fidelity Mutual Building: Financing and operating costs, 1972-1974.

47 17-24

Fidelity Mutual Building: New museum correspondence and reports, 1973-1974.

48 1

Fidelity Mutual Building: New museum publicity, 1972-1973.

48 2-3

Fidelity Mutual Building: Building purchase, 1972-1975.

48 4

Fidelity Mutual Building: Site Committee, 1971-1977.

48 5-9

Fidelity Mutual Building: Space requirements analysis, 1968-1972.

48 10-11

Field trips: Jamaica and Africa, 1972, undated.

49 1

Financial reports, 1971.

49 2

Foundations correspondence, 1971-1972.

49 3-4

Frontiers magazine, 1972.

49 5

Furniture receipts, 1972.

49 6

Girard Trust Bank, 1971.

49 7

Goulden, Clyde regarding his appointment to Scientific Director, 1972.

49 8

Grasshopper Meetings, 1972.

49 9

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance correspondence, 1972.

49 10

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Executive Committee, 1972.

49 11

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance finances, 1972.

49 12

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance meetings, 1972.

49 13

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance membership, 1972.

49 14

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance minutes, 1972.

49 15

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance newspaper clippings, 1972.

49 16

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance notes, 1972.

49 17

Half Pint project, undated.

49 18

Henry, Richard S., 1971.

49 19

Honey Hollow Watershed, circa 1972.

49 20

Horowitz, David A., 1971.

49 21

Implementation Committee, 1972.

49 22

Inauguration of William W. Marvel, 1972.

49 23

Industrial sponsors meeting, 1971, 1972.

49 24

Inner-city programs: Mrs. Longnecker correspondence, 1971.

49 25

Institute for the Development of Riverine and Estuarine Systems, 1971-1973.

50 1-4

International Studies Association, 1972.

50 5

Investment Committee, 1965, 1973-1974.

50 6-7

Jones, Clifford W., 1972.

50 8

Joseph A. Wetzel Associates, 1973.

50 9

Leakey speech, Academy of Music, 1972.

50 10

Library, 1971-1974.

50 11

Library grant, 1972.

50 12

Limnology Department, 1964-1975.

50 13-17

Liquor supply, 1972.

51 1

Ludwick Institute, 1970-1972.

51 2-4

Masland, Frank E., 1971.

51 5

Master Plan survey, 1970.

51 6

Master Planning Bulletin, 1970.

51 7

Matthai, Dr. Robert A., 1973-1975.

51 8

McCormick, Jack: discharge hearing transcription, 1970.

51 9

Memoranda on policies and regulations, 1953-1973.

51 10

Memoranda, Inter-office, 1971-1974.

51 11-15

Michie, Allan, 1971.

52 1

Mineral Department, 1971.

52 2

Museum Planning, Incorporated, 1970-1971.

52 3

Museum planning task force, 1972.

52 4

Museum Services Act, 1971, 1972.

52 5

National Research Center, 1974.

52 6

National Science Foundation, 1971-1972.

52 7-9

Newspaper clippings, 1971-1972.

52 10-12

Nominating Committee correspondence, 1971.

52 13

Nominating Committee meeting minutes, 1972, 1973.

52 14

Parking lot, 1971.

52 15

Parkway Cultural Promotion Council, 1974-1975.

52 16

Patrick, Dr. Ruth, 1972-1973.

52 17

Pension plan, 1972.

52 18

Pennsylvania Committee for the Arts, undated.

52 19

Pennsylvania [Museum Appropriations Budget], 1971.

52 20

Pennsylvania Public Health Association, 1972.

52 21

Pennsylvania Statute [18 PS 4684], 1972.

52 22

Personnel, 1970-1972.

52 23-24

Philadelphia City Council, 1971.

52 25

Philadelphia City Planning Commission, 1960, 1961, 1970.

52 26

Pitcairn - Savory, 1971-1972.

52 27

President's Club, 1972.

53 1

President's Luncheons, 1971-1973.

53 2-4

Press releases, 1972.

53 5

Quaker Storage Company, 1972.

53 6

Rat Project, 1971-1972.

53 7

Recycled paper, undated.

53 8

Report: "Goals for the 1970s", 1972.

53 9

Research and Personnel Committee, 1960-1966.

53 10

Resumes, 1971-1972.

53 11-12

Sales, 1971-1972.

53 13-14

Scientific leadership, 1973.

53 15

Scott, Senator Hugh, 1972.

53 16

Shedd, Mark, 1971.

53 17

Site Committee, 1964, 1971.

53 18

Smithsonian Institute, 1974.

53 19

South Jersey Wetlands Canter, 1972.

53 20

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) cultural bus loop, 1972.

53 21-22

Space requirements, 1971.

53 23

Special events, 1971.

53 24

Special events: Evening events, 1972.

54 1

Special events: Member's Party expense report, 1972.

54 2

Special events: Christmas Party, 1973.

54 3

Special events: Day Medal Dinner, 1973.

54 4

Special events: Living Academy Dinner, 1973.

54 5

Special events: May Festival, 1973.

54 6

Staff Meeting notes, 1974.

54 7

Stroud research laboratories, 1971-1972.

54 8-9

Super Sunday, 1971-1972.

54 10-11

Sustaining Fund, 1970-1974.

54 12-14

Swiss Pines, 1972.

54 15-18

Union Catalogue of Pennsylvania, 1973-1974.

54 19

United Fund, 1972.

54 20

United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1973.

54 21

Women's Committee, 1971-1972.

54 22-23

Unidentified [Task Force], 1972.

54 24

Milton H. Wahl papers, 1955-1976 (Bulk, 1974-1975) .

Scope and Contents note

The "Milton H. Wahl papers" contains two subseries: "Correspondence" and "Subject files." The materials document Wahl's supervision of the daily operations at the Academy, including the financial development. The correspondence dates from 1974 to 1976, and is arranged chronologically. The subject files date from 1959 to 1976, the bulk of which dates from 1974 to 1976, and are arranged alphabetically by subject title.

Correspondence, 1974-1976 (Bulk, 1974-1975) .

Box Folder

1974.

55 1

1975.

55 2

1975-1976.

55 3

Subject files, 1959-1976 (Bulk, 1974-1976) .

Box Folder

Academy staff correspondence, 1975-1976.

55 4

Administrative and Staff meeting minutes, 1974.

55 5

Annual Reports, 1975.

55 6

Board of Trustees correspondence, 1974-1975.

55 7

Board of Trustees meeting minutes, 1974-1975.

56 1

Board of Trustees memos, 1974-1975.

56 2

Board of Trustees Systematics Committee, 1975.

56 3

Brochures and newspaper clippings, 1976.

56 4

Budget figures, 1972-1973.

56 5

Budget information, 1972-1973.

56 6

Budget, 1974.

56 7

Building Alternatives Committee, 1975.

56 8

City of Philadelphia correspondence, 1974.

56 9

Department rules and regulations for permanent employees, undated.

56 10

Development, 1974.

56 11

Development: gifts, 1974.

56 12

Education Department correspondence, 1974.

56 13

Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Plan, 1975.

56 14

Executive Committee meeting agendas, 1974.

56 15

Executive Committee memos, 1974-1975.

56 16

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1974-1975.

56 17

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Building, 1969-1974.

56 18

Frontiers magazine staff position opening, 1975.

56 19

Funding proposal for facilities and equipment, circa 1975.

56 20

Henry A. Pilsbry Chair of Malacology Fund, 1955-1968.

56 21

Investment Committee, 1974-1975.

57 1

Limnology Department Organization Manual, 1974.

57 2

Limnology Staff meeting minutes, 1974.

57 3

Limnology Department memos, 1974.

57 4

Membership, 1974.

57 5

Pension Committee memos, 1975.

57 6

Personnel policies, 1974.

57 7

Pew Trust, 1959-1971.

57 8

Public museum, 1974.

57 9

Special events memos, 1974.

57 10

Staff directory: Research staff, 1975.

57 11

State appropriations, 1974.

57 12

Systematics and Evolutionary Biology Division memos, 1974.

57 13

T. Rowe Price, Associates, 1974.

57 14

Teachers Insurance Annuity Association, 1974.

57 15

Thomas P. Bennett papers, 1966-1989 (Bulk, 1976-1986) .

Scope and Contents note

This series contains nine subseries: "Correspondence," "Wahl/Bennett transition files," "Subject files," "Development files," "Speeches," "Reports," "1983 Accreditation files," "Operational planning and research," and "President's Office activities." The materials document Bennett's tenure at the Academy including his fund raising activities, the planning and construction of the building expansion, and Bennett's involvement with several associations such as, The Academies of Natural Science Institutes (TANSI), Museum Association of Pennsylvania (MAP) and Friends of Logan Square Foundation (FLSF). There are also materials related to the organization and implementation of the Discovering Dinosaurs exhibit.

The "Correspondence" subseries dates from 1973 to 1984, and is arranged chronologically.

The "Wahl/Bennett transition files" dates from 1966 to 1977, the bulk of which is from 1975 to 1976, and is arranged alphabetically by subject.

The "Subject files" date from 1970 to 1989, the bulk of which dates from 1975 to 1986, and are arranged alphabetically by subject title.

The "Development files" date from 1974 to 1985 and are arranged alphabetically by subject title.

The "Speeches" subseries dates from 1971 to 1986 and is arranged alphabetically by speech title and/or location.

The "Reports" subseries dates from 1976 to 1986 and is arranged chronologically.

The "1983 Accreditation files" date from 1983 to 1986 and are arranged in an order that reflects the progress of the composition of the final report.

The "Operational planning and research" files date from 1970 to 1983 and are arranged chronologically.

The "President's Office activities" subseries contains schedules and calendars that date from 1980 to 1983 and are arranged chronologically.

Correspondence, 1973-1984.

Box Folder

Correspondence, personal, 1973-1979.

58 1

Memos, incoming, 1976.

58 2-3

Memos, outgoing, 1976.

58 4

Correspondence, incoming, 1976.

58 5-7

Correspondence, outgoing, 1976.

58 8

Memos, incoming, 1977.

58 9-12

Memos, outgoing, 1977.

58 13

Correspondence, incoming, 1977.

58 14-15

Correspondence, outgoing, 1977.

58 16

Memos, incoming, 1978.

58 17

Memos, outgoing, 1978.

58 18

Correspondence, incoming, 1978.

58 19-20

Correspondence, outgoing, 1978.

58 21

Correspondence, 1984 January.

58 22

Correspondence, 1984 February.

58 23

Correspondence, 1984 March.

58 24

Correspondence, 1984 April.

58 25

Correspondence, 1984 May.

58 26

Correspondence, 1984 June.

58 27

Correspondence, 1984 July.

58 28

Correspondence, 1984 August.

58 29

Correspondence, 1984 September.

58 30

Correspondence, 1984 October.

58 31

Correspondence, 1984 November.

58 32-33

Correspondence, 1984 December.

58 34-35

Wahl/Bennett transition files, 1966-1977 (Bulk, 1975-1976) .

Box Folder

Bicentennial exhibit, 1976.

59 1

Budget, 1975.

59 2

Building operations, 1974-1976.

59 3-6

Capital campaign, 1976.

59 7

Comptroller's Office, 1975-1977.

59 8-11

Comptroller: General Fund statements, 1974-1976.

60 1

Clark, George C., 1975-1977.

60 2-4

Coughlin, Dan: Film series proposal, 1977.

60 5

Development office, 1975-1977.

60 6-8

Director and officers liability insurance, 1975-1976.

60 9

Distilled Water Committee, 1976.

60 10

Dryfus Foundation (Bio Chem Lab), 1974-1976.

60 11

Economic Development Act Public Works Grant, 1977.

60 12

Education, 1975-1976.

61 1-2

Education and Exhibits, Search for Director of, 1973-1976.

61 3

Education grants, 1970-1971.

61 4

Education Department: Rotary Foundation grant, 1966-1972.

61 5

Education Department: Schuylkill Valley Nature Center, 1972.

61 6

Environmental Associates, 1976-1977.

61 7

Environmental Protection Agency, 1976-1977.

61 8

"Environmental Reporter", 1976.

61 9

Expeditions for members, 1976.

61 10

Feedback, 1976.

61 11

Foster, Neal, 1976.

61 12

Frontiers magazine, 1974-1977.

61 13-14

Fuerst, Judy, 1976-1977.

61 15

Funk, Donald, 1975-1976.

61 16

In-House Building Committee, 1976.

61 17

Fred S. James Insurance Company, 1976.

62 1

Brakeley: John Price Jones case statement, 1971.

62 2

"Legionnaires' Disease" investigation, 1976.

62 3

Library, 1975-1977.

62 4-8

Limnology, 1974-1977.

63 1-4

Limnology Department financial data, 1975-1976.

63 5

Limnology Department personnel, 1974-1977.

63 6

Limnology Department Stroud and Benedict Laboratories, 1976-1977.

63 7-8

Mirick, Pearson, Ilvonen and Batcheler, 1975-1976.

64 1-4

Museum, 1975-1977.

64 5--7

Museum: Christopher Ray, 1975-1977.

64 8

Museum: Travelling Museum, 1977.

64 9

Parkway Program, 1974.

64 10

Patrick, Ruth, 1974-1977.

64 11

Pennsylvania Budget, 1973-1976.

64 12

Reliance Insurance Company, 1975-1976.

65 1

Special programs, 1975.

65 2

State Appropriation, 1972-1976.

65 3-4

Super Sunday, 1976.

65 5

Systematics, 1975-1976.

65 6-7

Systematics: Budget, 1977.

65 8

Total performance reports, 1976-1977.

65 9

Trustee Building Committee, 1975-1976.

65 10

Trustee and Director's liability insurance, 1976.

65 11

Subject files, 1970-1989 (Bulk, 1975-1986) .

Box Folder

Aboriginal Art of Australia correspondence, 1981.

66 1

Academy of Natural Sciences history, statistics, organization, policies and funding proposals, 1975-1985.

66 2-12

Academic Commission on Technological advancement.

66 13

Ad Hoc Coalition meeting, 1979.

66 14

Administrative Council meetings, 1983-1985.

66 15

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1985-1986.

66 16

American Association of Museums, 1982-1985.

66 17-18

American Historical Print Collectors Society, 1985.

66 19

American Medical Association, 1984.

66 20

American Museum of Natural History, 1980-1985.

66 21-22

American Society for Environmental History, 1981.

66 23

American Society for Testing Materials, 1979-1982.

66 24

American Society of Zoologist, 1983.

66 25

American Systematics Collection, 1976.

66 26

Animal Room proposal, 1984.

66 27

Appel, Toby, 1980-1981.

66 28

Aquaculture meetings, 1982.

66 29-30

Association of Museum Directors, 1980-1985.

66 31

Association of Systematics Collections, 1978-1983.

66 32-35

Athenaeum of Philadelphia, 1981.

66 36

Atlantic Center for the Environment Quebec-Labrador Foundation, Incorporated, 1983.

66 37

Audubon Society, 1985.

66 38

Baily, Estate of Joshua, 1982.

66 39

Benedict Laboratory, 1985.

66 40

Bennett, Thomas Peter, 1978, 1985.

66 41-47

Black Community of Philadelphia, 1983-1984.

66 48

Biological Survey of the United States, 1984.

66 49

Board of Trustees, 1971-1985.

67 1-14

Bond Issue Proposal, 1985.

67 15

Botanical Gardens, 1983-1986.

67 16-17

Botany, 1974-1985.

67 18-20

Budget, 1977, 1980-1982, 1985.

67 21-44

Budget, 1977, 1980-1982, 1985.

68 1-2

Building operations, 1977-1985.

68 3-7

Business Arts, 1985.

68 8-9

"C" general file, 1979-1985.

68 10

Cadbury, Joseph, 1980.

68 11

Cain, Arthur J., 1975-1982.

68 12

Campbell Soup Company, 1982-1985.

68 13

Carnegie Museum, 1980.

68 14

Carver Science Fair, 1983.

68 15

Chaplin, Charles, 1983.

68 16

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, 1982.

68 17

China, 1980-1984.

68 18

Christmas party, 1985.

68 19

Cigna Corporation, 1984-1985.

68 20

Clean Sites Incorporated, 1978-1985.

68 21

Computers, 1981-1985.

68 22-23

Computer Committee, 1988.

68 24

Computers on the market, 1983.

68 25

Complaints, 1984.

68 26

Community Leadership Seminars Incorporated, 1985.

68 27

Contracts agreements, 1980-1985.

68 28

Control data, 1982.

68 29-32

Copyright and Trademark, 1984.

68 33

Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1982-1984.

68 34

Credit Union, 1982-1984.

68 35

"D" general file, 1978-1984.

68 36

Darwin Society, 1980-1984.

68 37

Deaccessionable items, 1985.

68 38

Death notices, 1983-1985.

68 39

Delaware Valley Network, 1983.

68 40

Development Department, 1979-1985.

68 41-44

Diatom Herbarium collection policies, 1979-1985.

69 1

Division of Environmental Research, 1985.

69 2-7

Drinker, Biddle and Reath, law office, 1978-1985.

69 8

DuPont correspondence, 1981-1985.

69 9

"E" general file, 1978-1985.

69 10

Eagle Scout Recognition Dinner, 1985.

69 11

Economic Development Administration (EDA), 1976-1978.

69 12-15

Education Department, 1978-1985.

69 16-17

Encuentro newsletters, 1985.

69 18

Entomology Department, 1973-1985.

69 19

Environmental Assessment Council, 1985.

69 20

Environmental Association, 1977-1985.

69 21

Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art, 1982.

69 22

Executive Committee budget report, 1982.

69 23

Exhibits, 1974, 1975, 1982-1984, 1987-1989.

69

70

24-36

1-10

Explorer Series, 1984-1985.

70 11-12

"F" general file, 1978-1985.

70 13

Fan Fare Incorporated, 1977-1981.

70 14

Farmer, Ann, 1984.

70 15

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Building regarding research space, 1974-1977.

70 16-17

Films, potential, 1981.

70 18

Finance Committee, 1981-1985.

70 19-33

Fleer Corporation, 1985.

70 34

Flint River Project, 1983.

70 35

FMC Foundation, 1981, 1985.

70 36

Fossil Fling, 1983-1985.

70 37

Foster, Estate of John H., 1983-1985.

70 38

Four Seasons, investment, 1981-1984.

70 39

Franklin Institute, 1976-1984.

70

71

40-44

1

Franklin Mint, 1984.

71 2

Friedmann, Imre (Antarctica), 1980-1982.

71 3

Friends of Logan Square, 1977-1985.

71 4-9

Frontiers, 1979.

71 10

"G" general file, 1979-1983.

71 11

George W. Rentschler Foundation, 1985.

71 12

Giesey, Walter, 1976-1984.

71 13

Gifts, 1979-1985.

71 14

Gifts of property, 1985.

71 15

Glenmede Trust Company, 1975-1985.

71 16

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, 1982-1984.

71 17

Greater Philadelphia First Corporation, Ralph Widner, 1983.

71 18

Greene Towne School, 1984.

71 19

Greenewalt, Crawford H., 1975-1983.

71 20-21

Hamilton Collection, 1981.

71 22

Harris, Henry, 1985.

71 23

Heaps, Marvin, 1982-1985.

71 24

"H" general file, 1977-1985.

71 25

Herpetology, 1975-1981.

71 26

Hewlett Packard, 1985.

71 27

Honorary appointments, 1984.

71 28

"I" general file, 1980-1985.

71 29

Ichthyology, 1975-1985.

71 30

Institute for Medical Research (IMR), 1984.

71 31

Institute of Museum Services, 1978-1985.

71 32

Institute of Oceanology Academia Sinica, 1984.

71 33

Internal Revenue Service, 1970-1978.

71 34

International Council for Bird Preservation, United States, 1981-1983.

71 35

International Exhibitions Foundation, 1983.

71 36

International Paper Company, 1981-1982.

71 37

International Platform Association, 1984.

71 38

"J" general file, 1980-1985.

71 39

Japan, 1979-1980.

71 40

Jessup and McHenry Funds, 1974-1976, 1985.

71 41

Johnson Companies, 1982.

71 42

"K" general file, 1984-1985.

71 43

"L" general file, 1976-1985.

71 44

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, 1980-1982.

71 45

Leisure Time, 1984-1985.

71 46

Liljefars exhibition, 1980.

72 1

Library, 1977-1985, 1988.

72 2-20

Limnology, 1977-1982.

72 21-44

Little, Arthur D., 1984-1985.

72 45

Malacology, 1978-1985.

72 46-47

Mammalogy, 1974-1985.

73 1

Marketing Department, 1982-1983.

73 2

Math Science Task Force, 1984-1985.

73 3

Mellon Bank Building, 1985.

73 4

Membership Committee, 1976-1977.

73 5

Membership, 1979-1985.

73 6

Mineralogy, 1974-1984.

73 7-11

Missouri Botanical Gardens, 1978-1982.

73 12

Mobil Oil, 1981.

73 13

Moore College, 1976-1985.

73 14

Morris Arboretum, 1977-1985.

73 15

Museum, 1974-1983.

73 16

Museum Association of Pennsylvania, 1974-1985.

73 17-18

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1983-1985.

73 19

Museum gift shop, 1982-1983.

73 20

Museum monthly report, 1980-1982.

73 21

Museum Outside-in, 1979-1984.

73 22

"N" general file, 1982-1985.

73 23

National Aeronautics Space Administration, 1985-1986.

73 24

National Association of Academies of Science, 1981-1984.

73 25

National Association of Biology, 1982-1983.

73 26

National Endowment for the Arts, 1980-1985.

73 27

National Endowment for the Humanities, 1980-1984.

73 28-29

National Museum Act, 1977-1984.

74 1-2

National Science Foundation, 1977-1985.

74 3-12

News Articles, 1979-1985.

74 13-14

Notice of awards, 1983.

74 15

Noyes Foundation, 1981-1985.

74 16

"O" general file, 1981-1985.

74 17

Ornithology, 1981-1985.

74 18

"P" general file, 1978-1985.

74 19

Palace Hotel, 1981-1984.

74 20

Paleontology Department, 1978-1984.

74 21

Patrick, Ruth, 1983-1984.

74 22-24

PenJerDel Council, 1980-1985.

74 25

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1981-1986.

74 26

Pennsylvania Environmental Council, 1983-1984.

74 27

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, 1976-1985.

74 28

Pennsylvania Museums Coalition, 1977-1982.

75 1-15

Pennsylvania State Appropriation, 1977-1985.

75 16-33

Personnel, 1980-1985.

75 34-35

Personnel Committee, 1981-1985.

75 36

Personnel Office, 1981-1985.

75 37

Philadelphia, City of, 1977-1985.

75 38-50

Philadelphia, City of, 1977-1985.

76 1-2

Philadelphia Electric Company, 1978-1985.

76 3

Philadelphia Regional Introductions for Minorities, 1984.

76 4

Philadelphia Shell Club newsletters, 1984.

76 5

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 1985.

76 6

Philadelphia Teachers in Industry Program, undated.

76 7

Philadelphia Zoological Gardens, 1985-1986.

76 8-9

Please Touch Museum, 1979, 1981.

76 10-11

Policy corrections, 1973-1984.

76 12

Program to Preserve and Protect Natural Resources for Science Research and Education, 1978-1979.

76 13

Public Museum annual reports, 1975.

76 14

Public Service Satellite Consortium, 1980-1982.

76 15

Publications, 1977-1984.

76 16

"R" general file, 1977-1985.

76 17

Rafinesque, Constantine S., 1980, 1983.

76 18

Retreat, Lake Lacawac, 1979-1983.

76 19

Royalties, 1983-1984.

76 20

Say, Thomas, commemorative postage stamp.

76 21

Science Committee, 1985.

76 22-23

Science Education, 1972, 1981, 1983, undated.

76 24-26

Scientific staff publications, 1977.

76 27

Sears Roebuck Corporations, 1985.

76 28

Secretarial Office Procedures, 1979-1980.

76 29

Sheldon Parker, Pennsylvania Public Television Network, 1981.

76 30

Solomons Environmental and Archeological Research Consortium (SEARCH), signing ceremony, 1985.

76 31

Sculpture project, 1984-1987.

77 1-44

Sculpture project, 1984-1987.

78 1-4

Smith Kline Beckman Corporation, 1984-1985.

79 4

Smithsonian Institute, 1978-1984.

79 1

Society for the Bibliography of Natural History, 1978-1983.

79 2

Special Events, 1979.

79 3

Speyer, Stephen, 1986.

79 18

Steadman Book, 1974-1979.

79 5

Student Origins Research (SOR) newsletters, 1988.

79 6

Sun Oil Company, 1980-1985.

79 7

Sunday Breakfast Club, 1984.

79 8

Systematics, 1977-1985.

79 9-17

"T" general file, 1976-1985.

79 19

The Associated Natural Sciences Institutions (TANSI), 1984-1985.

79 20-33

Three Mile Island Public Health Fund, 1984.

80 1

Travel programs, 1984.

80 2

Trustees handbook, 1981.

80 3

Trusteeship, circa 1980.

80 4

"U" general file, 1975-1985.

80 5

United States Department of Defense, 1977-1985.

80 6

United States Fish and Wildlife Society, 1977-1983.

80 7

United States Government contract: Department of Energy, 1980.

80 8

United States Government cooperation, 1981-1983.

80 9

United States Government economy, 1981.

80 10

United States Senate and House, stall briefings, 1982 October 6.

80 11

United States Senator, Specter, Arlen, 1981-1984.

80 12

Universities and colleges, Cornell University, 1983.

80 13

Universities and colleges: Bryn Mawr College and Vaux Ethno Collection, 1981.

80 14

Universities and colleges: Temple University, 1981.

80 15

Universities and colleges: University of Delaware, 1978-1979.

80 16

University of Pennsylvania, teaching arrangements, 1976-1983.

80 17

"V" general file, 1976-1984.

80 18

Venezuela trip, 1985 November 4-1985 December 9.

80 19

Vertebrate biology, 1978-1985.

80 20

Visual Resources for Ornithology (VIREO), 1985.

80 21

Volunteers, 1978-1981.

80 22-23

"W" general file, 1975-1985.

80 24

Walker Publishing Company, 1981-1985.

80 25

Warner Annex Cable, Drew Lewis, 1985.

80 26

Warner, John Harley, 1976.

80 27

Wharton study, computer study, circa 1980.

80 28

Wilderness Club annual dinner, 1984.

80 29

Wildlife art exposition, 1980-1984.

80 30-32

Wolf, General Alfred, 1977-1985.

80 33-34

Women's Committee, 1979, 1983-1985.

80 35-38

World Affairs Council, 1984.

80 39

"Y" general file, 1982-1985.

80 41

Development files, 1974-1985.

Box Folder

Air Products and Chemicals, Incorporated, Edward Donley, 1980-1984.

81 1

Allied Chemical Corporation, 1982.

81 2

American Association for Advancement of Humanities, 1980.

81 3

American Cyanamid, 1982.

81 4

Amoco Foundation, 1981.

81 5

Arco School District workshop, 1983.

81 6

Barra Foundation, 1984.

81 7

Beatty Trust, Helen D. Groome, 1978, 1984.

81 8

Bell Atlantic Corporation, Thomas E. Bolger, 1984.

81 9

Bell Telephone, John Venable, 1980, 1981, 1985.

81 10

Beneficia Foundation, 1980-1981.

81 11

Branham and Baker Coal Company, 1982.

81 12

Cabot Corporation Foundation, 1981.

81 13

CertainTeed Corporation, 1981, 1984.

81 14

Champion International, 1981.

81 15

Chevron United States of America, Incorporated, 1980-1982.

81 16

Clark Foundation, George, 1978.

81 17

Coca-Cola Company, Joseph Jones, 1981.

81 18

Council on Foundations, 1980-1981.

81 19

Crown Zellerbach Foundation, 1981-1982.

81 20

Davis Foundation, Arthur Vining, 1982.

81 21

Dodge Foundation, Geraldine R., 1982, 1985.

81 22

Dolfinger McMahone Foundation, 1980, 1984.

81 23

DuPont, research department, 1983.

81 24

Edmund Scientific Company, 1980.

81 25

Exxon, 1982-1983.

81 26-29

FMC Foundation, 1981.

81 30

Fidelity Bank, 1982.

81 31

Fels Fund, Samuel S., 1979, 1982.

81 32

Fleischman Foundation, 1979.

81 33

Freundlich, Richard L., 1981.

81 34

Frueauff Foundation, 1979, 1981.

81 35

Getty Refining and Marketing Company, 1985.

81 36

Girard Bank, 1980-1981.

81 37

Glenmede Trust Company, 1978-1984.

81 38-45

Gulf Oil, 1981-1982.

81 46

George Gund Foundation, 1982.

81 47

Harris, Henry, 1984.

81 48

Hewlitt Foundation, 1981, 1983.

81 49

Hooper Foundation, Elizabeth S., 1983.

81 50

Independence Foundation, 1978, 1981.

81 51

International Business Machines, 1982-1983.

81 52

International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, 1982.

81 53

IU International Corporation, 1981, 1985.

81 54

James River Corporation of Virginia, 1982.

81 55

Johnson, Seward Harbor Branch, 1981.

81 56

Kellogg Foundation, 1982.

81 57

Knight Foundation, 1984.

81 58

Kodak Company, 1982.

81 59

Kraft Pavilion, Epcot, 1983.

81 60

Kresge Foundation, 1976-1981.

81 61-62

Kress Foundation, 1981, 1984.

81 63

Langworthy Foundation, 1981.

81 64

Lehigh Valley, 1981.

81 65

Lindback Foundation, 1984.

81 66

Lindbergh Fund, Charles A., 1983-1984.

81 67

Ludwick Institute, 1984.

81 68

MacArthur Foundation, 1981-1986.

82 1

Noyes Foundation, Dan Martin, 1985.

82 2

Occidental Petroleum, 1981.

82 3

Olin Corporation, 1982.

82 4

Patterson lease, 1983-1984.

82 5

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1982, 1983.

82 6

Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, 1981-1983.

82 7

Pennwalt Foundation, 1982, 1984.

82 8

Philadelphia Foundation, 1974-1976.

82 9

PPG Industries, 1982.

82 10

PQ Corporation, 1982.

82 11

Presser Foundation, 1980.

82 12

Quaker Chemical Foundation, 1982, 1983.

82 13

Resources for the Future, 1980.

82 14

Rich Company, John F., 1976-1977, 1979.

82 15

Seybert Institute, 1980.

82 16

Sharpe Charitable Trust, Catherine D., 1980.

82 17

Shell Oil Company and Shell Oil Foundation, 1982.

82 18

Smith Charitable Trust, William W., 1978, 1983.

82 19

Smith Kline Beckman Foundation, 1980-1984.

82 20

Sonat Marine, Incorporated, 1982-1983.

82 21

St. Regis Paper Company, 1981.

82 22

Standard Oil Company, 1982.

82 23

Stauffer Chemical Company, 1982.

82 24

Steinbright, Marilyn, 1980.

82 25

Stewart Fund, Henry B., 1980-1983.

82 26

Strawbridge Fund, Margaret Dorrance, 1981.

82 27

Texaco, 1982, 1984.

82 28

Tosco Corporation, 1981, 1984.

82 29

Trust for public lands.

82 30

Union Carbide, 1981-1982.

82 31

Warner Lambert Company, 1981.

82 32

Whitehall Foundation Incorporated, 1981.

82 33

Widener Residuary Trust, George D., 1978-1985.

82 34

Speeches, 1971-1986.

Box Folder

Annual Meeting, 1985 June 5.

82 35

Annual Meeting, 1985 June 6.

82 36

Annual Meeting, 1984 June 6.

82 37

Annual Meeting, 1983.

82 38

Annual Meeting, 1982.

82 39

Annual Meeting, 1981.

82 40

Annual Meeting, 1979.

82 41

American Public Works Association (APWA) and International Solid Waste Association (ISWA), 1984 September 15.

82 42

Acorn Club, talk about Logan Square, 1984 October 10.

82 43

Auditorium dedication, 1978 November 1.

82 44

Bartram Lectures, the introductions, Florida State University, undated.

82 45

Bennett, Thomas P. speech given by John Schmidt, 1986 April 8.

82 46

Charity Ball, 1977.

82 47

Christmas party talk, given by John Schmidt.

82 48

Day Metal Award, Crawford Greenewalt, 1980 December 12.

82 49

Day Metal Award, David Attenborogh, 1983 April 8.

82 50

"Don't Throw in the Sponge Award", 1976, 1983, 1984.

82 51-53

Duck stamp reception welcome, 1985 January 25.

82 54

East Florida Expedition of 1817-1818, undated.

82 55

Environmental Associates Film, 1985 November 12.

82 56

Environmental Associates, History of the Academy of Natural Sciences, undated.

82 57

Explorers Club, Union League, Exploration History and the Academy of Natural Sciences, 1981-1982.

82 58

Explorers Club and exploration and the Academy of Natural Sciences, 1982 May 7.

82 59

Explorers Club, 1984 February 14.

82 60

"Focus for Board Composition Association of American Museums Meeting", 1985 June 11.

82 61

Franklin conference, undated.

82 62

Franklin Inn Club, 1983.

82 63

Future scientific and educational opportunities, 1976 December 9.

82 64

Future talks.

82 65

George Washington Carver welcome, 1983 March 25.

82 66

Gold Medal Award, Ansel Adams, 1981.

82 67
Bin Folder

Harrisburg testimony regarding the Academy of Natural Sciences, 1978.

82 68

Haverford Phi Beta Kappa dinner, 1981.

83 1
Box Folder

Hayden Award, David Axelrod, 1979 October 10.

83 2

Hayden Award, Stephen Gould, 1982 November 19.

83 3

History of the Academy of Natural Sciences, undated.

83 4

History of the Academy of Natural Sciences from 1812 to today, 1977 May.

83 5

History of shells, diatoms, quill and scroll, undated.

83 6

International Join Commission welcome, 1984 October 10.

83 7

Jane Goodal, introductory remarks, 1980 April 25.

83 8

Johnson, Donald, dinner, 1981.

83 9

Leakey Foundation, introduction, undated.

83 10

Leakey, Mary, lecture, 1980 February 12.

83 11

Leidy medal presentation, Hampton L. Carson, 1985 January 17.

83 12

Leidy Medal Award, George Stebbins, 1983 May 23.

83 13

Leidy Medal Award, Edward O. Wilson, 1979 May 10.

83 14

"Los Robles, the Oaks", 1976 July.

83 15

Microscopy at the Academy of Natural Sciences, undated.

83 16

Microscopists, Robert Hooke and Anton von Leeuwenhoek, undated.

83 17

National Water Alliance, 1983-1984.

83 18-24

New day and events and the characters scientist, undated.

83 25

"The Past, the Present, Vision of the Future", 1985 August.

83 26

Patrick, Ruth, honoring, 1978, 1982, undated.

83 27-30

"The Peaks of Science in Philadelphia", 1980.

83 31

Peale Symposium, 1980 April 11.

83 32

Philadelphia Botanical Club, undated.

83 33

Poetry, undated.

83 34

Poetry and Science, undated.

83 35

President's Club, 1986 November 18.

83 36

Preview ice age art, remarks, undated.

83 37

Redmond, Ira, dinner, 1987 March 17.

83 38

Research building dedication, 1979 April 4.

83 39

Rotary talk, 1978.

83 40-42

Santa, 1981.

83 43

Sciences in Philadelphia in the 19th century, 1979 April 10.

83 44

Schuylkill River Symposium, 1980.

83 45-47

State Appropriation, Harrisburg, 1978.

83 48

Stevenson, Henry, retired, 1975.

83 49

Society National History Bibliography, 1981.

83 50

"Toward the Future: the 21st Century at the Academy of Natural Sciences", 1985 July 25.

83 51

Transboundary Air Pollution, undated.

83 52

United Way luncheon, 1979.

83 53

"University Education For What?", University of Kentucky, 1971.

83 54

University of Kentucky welcome students, undated.

83 55

Valley Forge Military Academy (VFMA), 1983.

83 56-61

"Welcome to Dinosaur Hall", 1984 October 30.

83 62

Welcome new faculty, undated.

83 63

Reports, 1976-1986.

Box Folder

President's report, 1976 October-December.

84 1

President's report, 1977 January-May.

84 2

President's report, 1978 June-August.

84 3

President's report, 1978 September-December.

84 4

President's report, 1979 January-April.

84 5

President's report, 1979 June-December.

84 6

President's report, 1980 January-August.

84 7

President's report, 1983 January-March.

84 8

Departmental Activity Reports, 1983 April-June.

84 9

Departmental Activity Reports, 1983 July-September.

84 10

Departmental Activity Reports, 1983 October-December.

84 11

Departmental Activity Reports, 1984 January-March.

84 12

Departmental Activity Reports, 1984 April-June.

84 13

Departmental Activity Reports, 1984 September-October.

84 14

Departmental Activity Reports, 1984 November-December.

84 15

Departmental Activity Reports, 1985 March, April, June.

84 16

Departmental Activity Reports, 1985 July-September.

84 17

Departmental Activity Reports, 1985 October-December.

84 18

Departmental Activity Reports, 1986 Fall, 1987 January-February.

84 19

1983 Accreditation files, 1971, circa 1983-1986.

Box Folder

Application draft, museum program information and verification of 'Non-Profit' status, circa 1983.

85 1

Draft: Application Attachments 1-7, circa 1983.

85 2

Draft: Application Attachments A, B, C, E, F, G, circa 1983.

85 3

Draft: Application Attachment D: staff biographies A-L, circa 1983.

85 4

Draft: Application Attachment D: staff biographies L-W, circa 1983.

85 5

Draft: Application Attachment F: financial statements, circa 1983.

85 6

Application composition resources and application draft, 1971-1983.

85 7

Application composition resources, circa 1983.

85 8

Copy of 1983 reaccreditation application with 1972 application, 1971, 1983.

86 1-2

Copy of 1983 reaccreditation application with 1972 application with notes from Robert Peck, 1971, 1983.

86 3

Correspondence regarding accreditation, 1984-1986.

86 4

Operational planning and research, 1970-1983.

Box Folder

John Price Jones master plan, 1970.

87 1

John Price Jones master plan appendices, 1970.

87 2