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MS 291 - F.V. Hayden Documents



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Title: MS 291 - F.V. Hayden DocumentsAdd to your cart.

Primary Creator: Hayden, F.V.

Extent: 1.0 Folders

Languages: English


A letter from F.V. Hayden to Julius Bien in 1881, F.V. Hayden biography clipping, National Geographic Program for 1895, G.K. Gilbert article on Utah geology, 1886

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

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Folder MS291.01: Correspondence, Reports, Biographies, 1881 - 1895Add to your cart.

MS291.01.01 Letter from F. V. Hayden handwritten in February 9, 1881 to Julius Bien.

MS291.01.02 Biography clipping on Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden a geologist, (1829-1887).

MS291.01.03 National Geographic Society Program and Lecture calendar for January thru May 1895.

MS291.01.04 G.K. Gilbert article “From the American Journal of Science, Vol. XXXI in April 1886, titled; “The Inculcation of Scientific Method by example with an Illustration Drawn from the Quaternary Geology of Utah," Presidential address read before the American Society of Naturalists at Boston on December 27, 1885.

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