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Reginald G. Harris Collection

Overview

Title: Reginald G. Harris Collection
Dates: 1892-1936
Creator: Harris, Reginald G. (Reginald Gordon), 1898-1936
Repository: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives
Abstract: The Reginald Harris Collection consists of biographical documents, professional correspondence, and records of biological research expeditions spanning Central and South America and North Africa. It is divided into three record groups: Record Group I: Photographs, 1916-1925; Record Group II: Personal Papers, 1892-1936; Record Group III: Professional Papers, 1919-1935. Of note, the administrative records of the Long Island Biological Association contain information that relates to this collection.
Quantity: 4 cubic feet
Physical Location: See Inventory for box and folder locations
Language: English (bulk)
Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives
1 Bungtown Road
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724
Phone: (516) 367-8414
Fax: (516) 367-6843
Email: archives@cshl.edu
Finding Aid Prepared by Charles Egleston
Machine readable finding aid prepared by Shannon Bohle and Charles Egleston. December 2006
© 2006 CSHL Library and Archives

Administrative Information

Provenance

The bulk of Reginald Harris's administrative and scientific correspondence came into the archive in 1972 (1972-001). The remainder of the papers were collected by Harris and (after his sudden death in 1936) by his wife, Jane Davenport Harris de Tomasi (1897-1984). After her death, a portion was taken from her estate by anthropologist James Howe in the mid 1980s. Noel and Thomas Glenn, who purchased her home, gave her remaining papers to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in 1988 (Glenn Gift; 1988-001). Howe gave his portion to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in 1998 (Howe Gift; 1998-001).

Preferred Citation

Courtesy of the Reginald Harris Collection, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Except for some of the Life Extension Institute material, which is medical in nature, there are no restrictions on access. Access is given only by appointment, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Use Restrictions

Archival materials must remain in the archival reading area. Photoduplication is to be done by archivists. Digital photography is permitted by users. Due to the very fragile nature of some materials in this collection, some are available through photocopies; others must be used under the supervision of an archivist.


Biography

Reginald Gordon Harris was born in Medford, Massachusetts, on July 18, 1898, the son of Rev. Benjamin Robinson Harris, a Baptist minister, and Agnes Adella Wilder Harris. He grew up in Lowell, Massachusetts, and spent summers in Bradford New Hampshire. He entered Brown University in 1915, and first studied at Cold Spring Harbor in the summer of 1916.

He was a member of the R.O.T.C. at Brown. During World War I he trained in Plattsburg, New York; afterwards he was commissioned a lieutenant.

The war over, he returned to Brown, where he worked towards a graduate degree in biology while completing his undergraduate degree. He received the Ph.B. and M.A. in 1918. He spent the summer of 1918 and the summer of 1919 at Cold Spring Harbor as an assistant. In 1919 and 1920 he accompanied J. Chester Bradley on the Cornell Entomological Expedition to South America. He was supported in this by a donation from a wealthy supporter of the Biological Laboratory.

He attended the University of Paris on an American Field Service Fellowship from 1921 to 1923, and while in France he studied at the Station Zoologique de Wimereux.

Harris married Jane Joralemon Davenport at Cold Spring Harbor in 1922.The couple traveled to Northern Africa in 1923, where he engaged in eugenics research. In August of that year he was appointed Acting Director of the Biological Laboratory, which from its inception had been operated as a department of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, since 1898 under the direction of Harris's father-in-law Charles B. Davenport. In February of 1924 the Biological Laboratory was transferred to the Long Island Biological Association, and Harris was elected to the director's position.

He moved quickly to transform the institution into a major research center. In the first annual report of the Biological Laboratory he noted that "it is noteworthy that the office of laboratory director is no longer a seasonal operation. The laboratory director is in residence at the Laboratory throughout the year, occupied with executive duties and research. This change in the nature of the office is a step toward the realization of the policy to make the Laboratory of use to biologists throughout the year." He received his Ph. D. from Brown in 1924.

In 1924 Richard O. Marsh, an engineer who had traveled to Panama, brought with him to New York City a group of Kuna Indians, a tribe whose desire for autonomy from the Panamanian government he espoused. To the media Marsh suggested that lighter-skinned Kuna, who were part of a significant minority within the tribe, might be the descendants of Vikings. A scientific investigation was proposed. The Department of Genetics of the Carnegie Institution of Washington was based in Cold Spring Harbor, and its director was Davenport. He and other geneticists commissioned Harris to travel to Panama to investigate the causes of light skin among the Kuna, and this he did in 1924 and 1925 in what has been termed the Second Marsh-Darien Expedition. His wife accompanied him as the expedition artist. The expedition coincided with the efforts of the Kuna to obtain autonomy from the government of Panama, and it is discussed in James Howe's A People Who Would Not Yield (1998), which includes photographs from it.

Harris was an active and successful interpreter of the work of the Biological Laboratory to its wealthy neighbors, and he brought in much funding from them for a year-round program of increasing importance to science. A portion of the land of the laboratory was leased to it by the Wawepex Society, and in 1925 he urged the board to purchase land adjacent to this land that had come on the market. He established a Scientific Advisory Committee in 1926 to examine critically the work of the Laboratory and to guide its activities as a research center. The laboratory gained administrative and laboratory space with the Nichols Building (1928), which he had championed. To explore how the work of the laboratory might be more far-reaching Harris formed a Special Advisory Committee on General Physiology and Biophysics. This committee recommended that Hugo Fricke be appointed Resident Investigator in Biophysics. After Harris obtained funding, the James Laboratory was built for Fricke's research in 1929.

From January until March 1927 Harris was in residence at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, where he worked with reproductive biologist George W. Corner.

Harris and his wife traveled to Guatemala in the spring of 1933 and to Colombia in the spring of 1934, collecting orchids on both trips.

Harris worked diligently in the fall of 1935 to edit the minutes of the symposium. His last official act that year was attending the meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee in Princeton on December 30. He died in early January 1936 of pneumonia.

Scope and Content

The Reginald Harris Collection consists of biographical documents, professional correspondence, and records of biological research expeditions spanning Central and South America and North Africa. It is divided into three record groups: Record Group I: Photographs, 1916-1925, Record Group II: Personal Papers, Record Group III: Professional Papers. Of note, the administrative records of the Long Island Biological Association contain information that relates to this collection.

The collection includes documents, college essays, research notebooks, scrapbooks, and photographs. Most of Harris's personal correspondence is to and from his family, with his brother, Rev. Malcolm Harris, being a major correspondent. Other personal correspondence is with scientists to include Bradley, and geneticists William E. Castle, Corner, Thomas Hunt Morgan, and H. M. Parshley. There are two years (1924-1925) of Harris's correspondence for the Life Extension Institute, an agency founded to counsel prospective marriage partners on their genetic suitability for marriage.

Harris's professional correspondence is chiefly (though not exclusively) administrative after 1924; it has not been broken out into sent and received, as most of his letters are carbon copies. An inventory has been created of Harris's professional correspondents.

The collection contains both most of Harris's published writings in manuscript and as printed and research that was not published. The large number of negatives and loose photographs from the Cornell Entomological Expedition to South America have been identified in this finding aid by markings on the envelopes in which they were held by Harris (numbered A1-D22). An inventory has been created of the Panama photographs based on Harris's descriptions and Howe's captions.

The material from the Second Marsh-Darien Expedition in this collection is extensive. Among other things it includes hair clippings, glass lantern slides, a sheet of picture writing, a research notebook, and many photographs. The photographs, negatives, and lantern slides that are captioned are those that were seen and described by anthropologist James Howe. Howe's captions have been retained because of his knowledge of the Kuna and their history. There is no evidence in Howe's inventory (that accompanied his letter-of-gift) that he saw the Glenn Gift material that relates to this expedition before his donation.

Arrangement

The collection is divided into three record groups:

Record Group I: Photographs, 1916-1925

Record Group II: Personal Papers, 1892-1936

Record Group III: Professional Papers, 1919-1935


Items are arranged chronologically. Some oversized materials are housed together.


Terminology

People, Subjects, Locations, and Institutions
People
The following people related to this collection, when applicable, were cataloged according to the Library of Congress Name Authority File (LCNAF):
Harris, Reginald G. (Reginald Gordon), 1898-1936
Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944
Marsh, Richard O.
Harris de Tomasi, Jane Davenport, 1897-1984
Subjects
The following subjects related to this series were cataloged using the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH):
Albinos and albinism
Choco Indians
Cuna Indians
Locations
The following locations related to this series were cataloged using the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH):
Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.)
Guatemala
North Africa
Panama
South America
Wimereux, France
Institutions
The following institutions related to this series were cataloged using the Library of Congress Name Authority File (LCNAF):
Brown University
Cornell University
Long Island Biological Association (N.Y.)
University of Rochester. School at Medicine and Dentistry
Material Types
Photographic Slide
Still Image
Correspondence
Drawing
Journal
Laboratory Notes
Lantern slides
Lecture Notes
Manuscript for Publication
Manuscript
Map
Painting
Photograph
Visual work


Inventory


Record Group I: Photographs , 1916-1933  (6 boxes - 40 folders )


Series 1: Providence, R.I. and Plattsburg, N.Y. , 1916-1918  (3 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
1 1 Portrait photographs of Brown University friends n.d., 1912, 1916
1 2 Military service photograph album 1918
1 3 Military service photograph negatives 1918


Series 2: South America ,  1919-1920  (23 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
1 4 Film RGH 1919-1920
1 5 Four Prints Each 1919-1920
1 6 Lutz 1919-1920
1 7 Lutz 14087 1919-1920
1 8 Para, Brazil 1919-1920
1 9 Photo Album, p. 1 1919-1920
1 10 Photo Album, p. 2 1919-1920
1 11 Photo Album, p. 3 1919-1920
1 12 Photo Album, p. 4 1919-1920
1 13 Photo Album, p. 5 1919-1920
1 14 Photo Album, p. 6 1919-1920
1 15 Photo Album, p. 7 1919-1920
1 16 Photo Album, p. 8 1919-1920
1 17 Photo Album, p. 9 1919-1920
1 18 Photo Album, p. 10 1919-1920
1 19 Photo Album, p. 11 1919-1920
1 20 Photo Album, p. 12 1919-1920
1 21 Photo Album, p. 13 1919-1920
1 22 Photo Album, Laid-in 1919-1920
1 23 Record of Photographs, Big Camera 1919-1920


Series 3: France ,  1921  (1 folder )

BoxFolderTitleDates
1 24 Photographs, Negatives 1921


Series 4: North Africa ,  1923  (2 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
1 25 Excursion Photographs 1923
1 26 26 Head Shots 1923


Series 05: Panama ,  1925  (9 folders )

Subseries 1: Photographs and Negatives ,  1925  (5 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
2 1 A1-C11 1925
2 2 C12-C35 1925
2 3 C36-D22 1925
2 4 Photograph Negatives 1925
2 5 Photograph Album 1925

Subseries 2: Glass Negatives and Lantern Slides , 1925  (4 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
3 1 Lantern Slides, Group 1 1925
3 2 Glass Plate Negatives 1925
BoxFolderTitleDates
4 1 Lantern Slides, Group 2 1925
BoxFolderTitleDates
5 1 Lantern Slides, Group 3 1925


Series 6: Guatemala , 1933  (1 folder )

BoxFolderTitleDates
6 1 Guatemala Photographs 1933


Series 7: Latin America and Unidentified , n.d.  (1 folder )

BoxFolderTitleDates
6 2 Latin America Photographs n.d.


Record Group II: Personal Papers , 1892-1998  (5 boxes - 71 folders )


Series 1: Biographical , 1892-1998  (31 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
7 1 Marriage Announcement for Agnes Della Wilder and Benjamin R. Harris 1892
7 2 Birth Certificate 1898
7 3 Diary and Report Card 1909, 1911
7 4 Brown University Materials 1915-1918, 1920-1921
7 5 College Compositions, 1 of 3 1915
7 6 College Compositions, 2 of 3 1916-1919
7 7 College Compositions, 3 of 3 n.d.
7 8 Military Service 1918-1921
7 9 Insurance 1919-1935
7 10 American Field Service Fellowship 1920-1923
7 11 Bank Loans 1926-1935
7 12 Application for Guggenheim Fellowship 1927-1928
7 13 Home and Garden 1927-1935
7 14 Income Tax Records 1928-1935
7 15 Passport 1928-1930
7 16 Benjamin R. Harris Obituaries 1930
7 17 Passport and Travel Papers 1931-1934
BoxFolderTitleDates
8 1 Cancelled Checks, Folder 1 of 7 1925
8 2 Cancelled Checks, Folder 2 of 7 1927
8 3 Cancelled Checks, Folder 3 of 7 1929
8 4 Cancelled Checks, Folder 4 of 7 1930
8 5 Cancelled Checks, Folder 5 of 7 1930
8 6 Cancelled Checks, Folder 6 of 7 1932
8 7 Cancelled Checks, Folder 7 of 7 1932
8 8 Greenhouse Construction, Folder 1 of 3 1932-1935
8 9 Greenhouse Construction, Folder 2 of 3 1932-1935
8 10 Greenhouse Construction, Folder 3 of 3 1932-1935
8 11 Orchid Exhibits 1933-1935
8 12 Gardener Bills 1934-1935
8 13 Estate 1936-1937, n.d.
8 14 James Howe Letter of Gift and Inventory 1998


Series 2: Family Correspondence , 1913-1934  (16 folders )

Subseries 1:Incoming , 1913-1930  (11 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
9 1 Letters from His Family, Folder 1 of 11 1913, 1916
9 2 Letters from His Family, Folder 2 of 11 1917
9 3 Letters from His Family, Folder 3 of 11 1918
9 4 Letters from His Family, Folder 4 of 11 1919
9 5 Letters from His Family, Folder 5 of 11 1920-1921
9 6 Letters from His Family, Folder 6 of 11 1922-1923
9 7 Letters from His Family, Folder 7 of 11 1924-1926
9 8 Letters from His Family, Folder 8 of 11 1927
BoxFolderTitleDates
10 1 Letters from His Family, Folder 9 of 11 1928
10 2 Letters from His Family, Folder 10 of 11 1929
10 3 Letters from His Family, Folder 11 of 11 1930

Subseries 2:Outgoing , 1919-1934  (5 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
10 4 Letters to His Family, Folder 1 of 5 1919
10 5 Letters to His Family, Folder 2 of 5 1920
10 6 Letters to His Family, Folder 3 of 5 1930
10 7 Letters to His Family, Folder 4 of 5 1922
10 8 Letters to His Family, Folder 5 of 5 1934


Series 3: Scrapbooks , 1919-1920  (24 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
11 1 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Front Flyleaf 1919-1921
11 2 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 1 1919-1921
11 3 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 2 1919-1921
11 4 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 3 1919-1921
11 5 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 4 1919-1921
11 6 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 5 1919-1921
11 7 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 6 1919-1921
11 8 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 7 1919-1921
11 9 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 8 1919-1921
11 10 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 9 1919-1921
11 11 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 10 1919-1921
11 12 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 11 1919-1921
11 13 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 12 1919-1921
11 14 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 13 1919-1921
11 15 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 14 1919-1921
11 16 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 15 1919-1921
11 17 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 16 1919-1921
11 18 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 17 1919-1921
11 19 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 18 1919-1921
11 20 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 19 1919-1921
11 21 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 20 1919-1921
11 22 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Page 21 1919-1921
11 23 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Back Flyleaf 1919-1921
11 24 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Laid-in 1919-1921


Record Group III: Professional Papers , 1919-1935  (10 boxes - 137 folders )


Series 1: Correspondence , 1919-1936  (31 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
12 1 Professional Correspondence, 1919-1920 1919-1920
12 2 Professional Correspondence, 1921 1921
12 3 Brown University Correspondence 1921-1924
12 4 Professional Correspondence, 1922 1922
12 5 Professional Correspondence, 1923 1923
12 6 Professional Correspondence, 1924 1924
12 7 Life Extension Institute Correspondence 1923-1925
12 8 Professional Correspondence, 1925 1925
12 9 Professional Correspondence, 1926 1926
12 10 Professional Correspondence, 1927 1927
12 11 Charles B. Davenport Memos to Harris 1926-1928
12 12 Professional Correspondence, 1928 1928
12 13 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to June 1929 1929
BoxFolderTitleDates
13 1 Professional Correspondence, July to Dec. 1929 1929
13 2 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to June 1930 1930
13 3 Professional Correspondence, July to Dec. 1930 1930
13 4 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to June 1931 1931
13 5 Professional Correspondence, July to Dec. 1931 1931
13 6 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to June 1932 1932
13 7 Professional Correspondence, July to Dec. 1932 1932
13 8 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to June, 1933 1933
13 9 Professional Correspondence, July to Dec. 1933 1933
BoxFolderTitleDates
14 1 Professional Correspondence, Jan. to March 1934 1934
14 2 Professional Correspondence, April 1934 1934
14 3 Professional Correspondence, May 1-15, 1934 1934
14 4 Professional Correspondence, May 16-31, 1934 1934
14 5 Professional Correspondence, June to July 1934 1934
14 6 Professional Correspondence, Aug. to Dec. 1934 1934
14 7 Professional Correspondence, 1935 1935
14 8 Professional Correspondence, 1936 1936
14 9 Professional Correspondence, Undated n.d.


Series 2:Scientific Associations ,  1921-1930, n.d.  (2 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
15 1 Association Memberships 1923-1928
15 2 American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting 1930


Series 3:Research Notes, Drafts, Publications, and Exemplars ,  1919-1930  (104 folders )

BoxFolderTitleDates
15 3 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Narrative 1 1919-1920
15 4 Cornell Entomological Expedition, Narrative 2 1919-1920
15 5 Typescript Journal of Cornell Expedition, Brazil 1919
15 6 Lab Notes 1921-1922
15 7 Thesis Research Notes 1921-1924
15 8 Biological Training in France 1922
15 9 Research Notebook 1921-1922
15 10 Eugenics in South America, T.S., Folder 1 of 3 1922
15 11 Eugenics in South America, T.S., Folder 2 of 3 1922
15 12 Eugenics in South America, T.S., Folder 3 of 3 1922
15 13 Eugenics in South America, Reprint from the Eugenical News 1922
15 14 Continued Decrease of the Birth Rate in France, T.S. 1923
15 15 Eugenics Expedition to the Indigenes of North Africa, Notebook 1923
15 16 Evolution and Eugenics, M.S. 1923
15 17 Sur le culture des larves de Cécidomyies pædogénitiques 1923
15 18 Social Dispatches from Algeirs to the New York Herald 1922
15 19 Negro Art as an Indication of Racial Development, M.S., T.S., and Reprint from Eugenical News 1923
15 20 Is France Militaristic?, M.S. and T.S. 1923
15 21 Expedition to the Indigenes of North Africa, Anthropometric Data 1923
15 22 Expedition to the Indigenes of North Africa, Loose Notes 1923
15 23 Expedition to the Indigenes of North Africa, M.S., and T.S. 1923
15 24 Occurrence, Life-cycle, and Maintenance, under Artificial Conditions, of Miastor, Reprints 1923
BoxFolderTitleDates
16 1 Thesis Draft, I 1923
16 2 Thesis Draft, II 1923
16 3 Biological Lab Director's Annual Report, Edited T.S. 1924
16 4 Race Hygiene, M.S. 1924
16 5 Thesis, Copy 1 1924
16 6 Thesis, Copy 2 1924
16 7 Sex of Adult Cecidomyidæ, Reprint 1924
16 8 Biological Laboratory Meeting Minutes, M.S. 1924
16 9 Further Data on the Control of Pupa-larvae in Pædogenetic Cecidomydæ 1925
16 10 Marsh-Darien Expedition Field Notebook 1925
16 11 Marsh-Darien Expedition Description of Photographs 1925
16 12 The San Blas Indians, M.S. I 1925
16 13 The San Blas Indians, M.S. II 1925
16 14 The Scientific Importance of the White Indians, M.S. 1925
16 15 Further Data on the Control of the Appearance of Pupa-larvae, Corrected T.S. 1925
16 17 Travaux de la Station Zoologique de Wimereux, Tome IX 1925
BoxFolderTitleDates
17 1 White Indians of the San Blas and Darien, Typescript I 1925
17 2 White Indians of the San Blas and Darien, Typescript II 1923
17 3 Paper on the Biological Lab, T.S. 1925
17 4 Long Island Biological Association, The Biological Laboratory Report 1925 1925
17 5 Los Indios Tule de San Blas, Reprints 1926
17 6 Internal Regulators of Human Development, T.S. and Letter from A. W. Page 1925
17 7 The Indians of Panama, 1926 1925
17 8 The San Blas Indians, Reprint 1926
17 9 Long Island Biological Association, The Biological Laboratory Report 1926 1926
17 10 Effect of Bilateral Ovariectomy upon the Duration of Pregnancy in Mice, Reprint 1925
17 11 Plan for Research Fund at the Biological Laboratory, T.S. 1928
17 12 Biological Laboratory, Report 1930, T.S. 1930
17 13 Traits by Birth May Be Changed by Light Waves 1931
17 14 Commencement Address for Huntington Central High School, M.S. M.S. and Printed Program 1931
17 15 Biological Laboratory, Women's Auxiliary Board, Finances, T.S. 1931
17 16 Lecture Notes on Corpus Luteum, T.S. 1931
17 17 Tropical American Indians, T.S. 1932
17 18 A Biologist Thinks of Air Conditioning, T.S., Style Sheet, and Letter from A. V. Hutchinson 1933
17 19 The Biological Laboratory at Cold Spring Harbor, T.S. 1933
17 20 Reduced Contributions as a Result of the Depression, M.S. 1933
17 21 Colleges May Educate, T.S. 1931-1933
17 22 The Conference-Symposia in Theory and in Practice, T.S. 1934
17 23 Summary of Dr. Harris' Talk at Brown University, December 7, 1934, T. S. 1934
17 24 Injuries to Red Blood Cells Are Detected at Laboratory, 1935
17 25 Mathematics in Biology, T.S. 1935
17 26 Acknowledgments and Recommendations, T.S. 1935
BoxFolderTitleDates
18 1 Informal Description of Work of The Biological Laboratory, Proof 1935
18 2 Advantage of Nordic Migation, T.S. n.d.
18 3 Beginning of Fiesta, M.S. n.d.
18 4 Biology as Applied to Eugenics, M.S. and T.S. n.d.
18 5 The Biological Laboratory, Purpose, T.S. n.d.
18 6 Biology: A Controllable Human Activity, M.S. n.d.
18 7 Department of Eugenics and Anthropology, Life Extension Institute, T.S. n.d.
18 8 Results of Biochemical Test of Sex in Mammals by Manoilov's Method, T.S. n.d.
18 9 Abstract of Manoilov's Paper on Sex Determination, T.S. n.d.
18 10 Yae Gana Taglâ Ale, Linguistic Table, T.S. n.d.
18 11 Some Twenty-five Thousand Years Ago, T.S. n.d.
18 12 If We Immediately Recognize Certain Premises, T.S. n.d.
18 13 A Preliminary Note Concerning the Factors which Induce the Appearance of Pupa Larvae in Miastor, M.S. n.d.
18 14 [Research Notes on Balance Experiments with Drosophila], M.S. n.d.
18 15 Reversal of Function in a Species of Oligarces, T.S. n.d.
18 16 Sur la Production des Pupes de la Cecidomycie Pædogenetiques (Miastor), T.S. n.d.
18 17 It is My Pleasure to Welcome You to the Biological Laboratory, M.S. n.d.
18 18 Loose M.S. and T.S. Pages, Folder 1 of 2 n.d.
18 19 Loose M.S. and T.S. Pages, Folder 2 of 2 n.d.
BoxFolderTitleDates
19 1 Administrative Scrap Book, Photocopies 1909-1940
19 2 Administrative Scrap Book, Originals 1909-1940
19 3 Marsh-Darien Expedition, Picture Writing 1925
19 4 Marsh-Darien Expedition, Hair Samples 1925
19 5 Marsh-Darien Expedition, Loose Manuscript Pages 1925
19 6 Life Extension Institute Reports n.d.
19 7 The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, The Collecting Net, Vol. 3, No. 8 1928
BoxFolderTitleDates
20 1 Metz, Charles W., Mutations in Three Species of Drosophila 1916
20 2 Lieutenant De Coutorly, Fourth Lecture on Liaison 1918
20 3 Metz, Charles W., The Linkage of Eight Sex-Linked Characters in Drosophila virilis 1918
20 4 Eastman Kodak Co., Lantern Slides and How to Make Them 1919
20 5 [Two Maps of North Africa] 1923
20 6 Dietz, Harry Frederic and Thomas Elliott Snyder, Biological Notes on the Termites of the Canal Zone and Adjoining Parts of the Republic of Panama 1923
20 7 Marsh-Darien Expedition, Postcards 1925
20 8 Panama White Indians May Produce a New Race 1926
20 9 Fleischer, W. L., Air Conditioning in the Bakery 1931
20 10 Cheney, Ralph H., The Caffeine Influence on Isotonic Contraction in Striated Muscle Fatigue Studies 1932
20 11 Guatemala Expedition, Postcards 1933
20 12 [Portraits of Scientific Greats] n.d.
BoxFolderTitleDates
21 1 Newspaper Clippings, Photocopies 1912-1935
21 2 Newspaper Clippings, Originals (Fragile) 1912-1935