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Ruben A. Stirton: Correspondence (Box 1)

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Stirton "A" Correspondence, abstracts

Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 1

Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 2

Stirton "A" Correspondence, organizations

Stirton "B" Correspondence, organizations

Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 1

Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 2

Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 1

Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 2

Stirton "C" Corrrespondence, organizations 1

Stirton "C" Correspondence, organizations 2

Stirton "D" Correspondence, people

Stirton "D" Correspondence: Donald R. Dickey, Cal Tech

Stirton "E" Correspondence

Stirton "F" Correspondence

Stirton "G" Correspondence

Stirton "H" Correspondence

Stirton "H" Correspondence: E. Raymond Hall

Stirton "H" Correspondence: Curtis J. Hesse

Stirton "H" Correspondence: Claude W. Hibbard

Stirton "J" Correspondence

Stirton "K" Correspondence

Stirton "L" Correspondence

Stirton "M" Correspondence

Stirton "Mc" Correspondence

Stirton "N" Correspondence

Stirton "O" Correspondence

Stirton "P" Correspondence

Stirton "P" Correspondence: Earl L. Packard

Stirton "R" Correspondence

Stirton "S" Correspondence

Stirton "S" Correspondence, continued

Stirton "T" Correspondence

Stirton "U" Correspondence

Stirton "V" Correspondence

Stirton "W,Y,Z" Correspondence

Stirton Correspondence Regarding Colombia Expedition



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Ruben A. Stirton: Correspondence (Box 1), 1924-1945 | University of California Museum of Paleontology

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Title: Ruben A. Stirton: Correspondence (Box 1), 1924-1945Add to your cart.

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Box containing 37 folders of correspondence. Primarily letter exchanges with colleagues, but also requests for fossil identifications, reprint requests, some official UC correspondence, and more.

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[Folder 1: Stirton "A" Correspondence, abstracts, 1926-1945],
[Folder 2: Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 3: Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 4: Stirton "A" Correspondence, organizations, 1926-1945],
[Folder 5: Stirton "B" Correspondence, organizations, 1926-1945],
[Folder 6: Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 7: Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 8: Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 9: Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 10: Stirton "C" Corrrespondence, organizations 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 11: Stirton "C" Correspondence, organizations 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 12: Stirton "D" Correspondence, people, 1926-1945],
[Folder 13: Stirton "D" Correspondence: Donald R. Dickey, Cal Tech, 1925-1930],
[Folder 14: Stirton "E" Correspondence, 1930-1944],
[Folder 15: Stirton "F" Correspondence, 1928-1943],
[Folder 16: Stirton "G" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 17: Stirton "H" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 18: Stirton "H" Correspondence: E. Raymond Hall, 1926-1945],
[Folder 19: Stirton "H" Correspondence: Curtis J. Hesse, 1926-1945],
[Folder 20: Stirton "H" Correspondence: Claude W. Hibbard, 1925-1946],
[Folder 21: Stirton "J" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 22: Stirton "K" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 23: Stirton "L" Correspondence, 1926-1942],
[Folder 24: Stirton "M" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 25: Stirton "Mc" Correspondence, 1926-1943],
[Folder 26: Stirton "N" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 27: Stirton "O" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 28: Stirton "P" Correspondence, 1927-1943],
[Folder 29: Stirton "P" Correspondence: Earl L. Packard, 1934-1941],
[Folder 30: Stirton "R" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 31: Stirton "S" Correspondence, 1924-1945],
[Folder 32: Stirton "S" Correspondence, continued, 1924-1945],
[Folder 33: Stirton "T" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 34: Stirton "U" Correspondence, 1930-1944],
[Folder 35: Stirton "V" Correspondence, 1928-1944],
[Folder 36: Stirton "W,Y,Z" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 37: Stirton Correspondence Regarding Colombia Expedition, 1944],
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Folder 8: Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945Add to your cart.
Letter to Charles L. Camp, Department of Paleontology, UC Berkeley, "our course in Paleontology I is in serious need of revision," "it is my considered opinion that the course in Paleontology I as offered by Dr. Ralph W. Chaney has not been satisfactory," Jul 13, 1945; Letter to C.L. Camp, "as a continuation of my investigations in Central America I should like to raise funds to search for vertebrate fossils in northwestern Colombia," thoughts on the migration of mammals between North and South America, Oct 26, 1943; Letter to C.L. Camp [in Kayenta, Arizona], am expecting our shipment from Central America any day now, news about Joe Gregory, VanderHoof, others, Jun 11, 1942; Letter from C.L. Camp [to Stirton in San Salvador, El Salvador], I'm glad that you're "getting the stuff out of the country" [El Salvador], wartime news, "I am writing to [Alden?] Miller telling him you are accepting the curatorship at Los Angeles on your own terms," Apr 6, 1942; Letter from C.L. Camp, "Dr. R.A. Stirton … is engaged in conducting a scientific expedition into Salvador and adjacent areas in Central America … the University will greatly appreciate any help that may be given to Dr. Stirton," Oct 15, 1941; Letter from C.L. Camp, talk of "a letter of guarantee" and "a guarantee of payment for all University property" may relate to the loss of Stirton's equipment, VanderHoof leaving to take a commission in the Air Corps for ground service so you may have to take over all his teaching, May 5, 1942; Letter from C.L. Camp [to Stirton in Imlay, Nevada], congratulations on your interesting discovery [a Pleistocene quarry], Sam [Welles], Joe Marshall, Frank Peabody and I are going to Arizona in three weeks, the bibliography is finished except for the typing, May 3, 1939; Letter to C.L. Camp [in Jemez Springs, New Mexico], re problems with Richey and publicizing the Black Hawk Ranch Quarry, Jul 18, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp [from Jemez Springs, New Mexico], re Richey and his continuing or stopping work at the Black Hawk Ranch Quarry, working two localities here in the canyon -- Lower Abo (Lower Permian), Art White "is an exceptionally good field man" and "will handle the WPA program in the field with entire satisfaction I'm sure," Jul 14, 1938; Letter to C.L. Camp [in Winslow, Arizona], Al Oakley says you promised to get him a job, events out at the Black Hawk Ranch Quarry, Huff making progress on La Brea diorama, Jun 8, 1938; Letter to C.L. Camp [in Jemez Springs, New Mexico], received your New Mexico specimens, "Huff has finished the Pleistocene mammals," Phoenix quits working at the Black Hawk Ranch Quarry, Jul 7, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp [from Meteor Crater, Arizona], news re the Moenkopi quarry, now have 15 skulls and skull impressions of Capitosaurus, tracks of Chirotherium [sic] are abundant, Jun 16, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp, re Don Crabtree of Idaho, his 800+ pounds of mammal fossil bones collected in Idaho, and whether he can be put to work at the museum or in the field, Mar 1, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp [to Stirton at Hinckley, California], re Stirton's field situation, Huff is working on the dicynodont skull, Feb 14, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp [to Stirton at Barstow, California], re Stirton's Ricardo block, Fair news, Placerias skull casts, Feb 25, 1938; Letter from C.L. Camp, provides location of a cave northwest of Barstow that may contain human or animal bones and advises Stirton to "get up there if you can," [no date]; Letter from C.L. Camp, re paleontology news and concerns, crowding in the Hearst Mining Building, Apr 1, 1936; Letter from C.L. Camp [from Jacob's Head, South Africa], shipping you boxes of fossil material, new locality in the Tapinocephalus zone with therocephalians, have a Pareiasaurus and more, Jan 21, 1936; Letter from C.L. Camp [from near Tenerife, written on United Netherlands Navigation Company letterhead], re Camp's visits to European museums and fossil exchanges that have been arranged, Nov 14, 1935; Letter from C.L. Camp [from Abiquiu, New Mexico], re a "new quarry here discovered by Anderson … There are hundreds of complete bones of very small reptiles," Jun 22, 1934; Document entitled "Vertebrate Paleontology News for Northern California" [written in pencil is "sent to Colbert"], summary of what the UC paleontologists have been doing, [no date but is clearly early 1940s]; The following two letters are stapled together: Letter to Eugene Cantot, San Francisco, California, "if you can make arrangements to go with me Sunday to the Montezuma Hills, we shall be able to look into the fossil finds which you have made," Apr 30, 1937; Letter from E. Cantot, I could take you to the locality in the Montezuma Hills if you care to arrange a weekend trip, Apr 28, 1937; Letter to E. Cantot, I have just heard about your fossils from the Montezuma Hills and we are quite interested in fossils from that area, Apr 26, 1937; The following eight letters/postcards are stapled together: Letter to Kenneth E. Castor, Department of Geology and Geography, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, T.F. Thompson sent me fossil vertebrate remains for identification -- may I borrow the ones he sent to you so that I can give Thompson a complete report, Nov 20, 1942; Letter from K.E. Caster, if you are referring to two bones sent to me by Stewart M. Jones from the Cenozoic deposits of the Canal Zone I shall be delighted to send them to you, Nov 24, 1942; Letter to K.E. Caster, the bones sent to you by Jones evidently are the ones in which T.F. Thompson is interested, "I was asked to furnish them a systematic report on the material," Nov 27, 1942; Postcard from K.E. Caster, am sending you the Panamanian bones today, Dec 1, 1942; Letter to K.E. Caster, the bones you sent me arrived safely, Dec 8, 1942; Letter to K.E. Caster, I have not as yet been able to determine the genus or species of the fragmentary turtle femora that you sent me, Feb 22, 1943; Letter from K.E. Caster, keep the turtle femora -- the Panamanian bones should stay together, Mar 15, 1943; Letter to C.L. Camp, the UC "expedition to El Salvador, conducted under the auspices of the Museum of Paleontology and the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, will sail from New Orleans November 12, 1941," includes complete itinerary and list of personnel, Oct 13, 1941; Letter from E.B. Chamberlain, The Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina, "the jaw of Holmesina came in yesterday and your letter this morning," Mar 23, 1937; The following three letters are stapled together: Letter to E.B. Chamberlain, sorry for the delay in returning the jaw of Holmesina to you, Mar 17, 1937; Letter from E.B. Chamberlain, thanks for your letter in which you identify the Edisto Beach fossil [Holmesina], Mar 9, 1937; Letter to E.B. Chamberlain, E. Raymond Hall turned over to me the fossil jaw found by H.M. Rutledge on the front beach of Edisto Beach, Charleston, South Carolina, and I have identified it as Holmesina septentuonalis Leidy, Feb 17, 1937; Letter from Will Chamberlain, Clarendon, Texas, "received our publication today and certainly thank you for the good work," made some wonderful discoveries with Mr. Frick this past winter, Jun 11, 1939; Letter from W. Chamberlain, personal news, Mar 14, 1939; Letter from W. Chamberlain, personal news, "the Smilodon skull you gave me is the finest specimen in our museum," Nov 1, 1938; Letter from W. Chamberlain, interested in ordering some reprints of our paper appearing in the Journal of Paleontology, Oct 22, 1938; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for sending a copy of the Pliohippus paper [12-page typed copy attached], going out to the fossil field again soon, Jun 17, 1938; Letter to W. Chamberlain, "at last I have finished a paper on the Pliohippus skull which you sent here," I enclose a carbon copy for your criticisms, Jun 1, 1938; Letter from W. Chamberlain, personal news, thanks for the literature, Nov 20, 1935; Letter from W. Chamberlain to E. Raymond Hall [note from Hall clipped to letter asking "Do you choose to attend to this?," Feb 10, 1937], am sending you for identification the right half of a lower jaw of a fossil mammal found by H.M. Rutledge on the front beach of Edisto Beach, Charleston, South Carolina, Feb 3, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain, re the Pliohippus skull and other specimens found here, the ranchers have given me control over 700 sections in four counties and we allow no vandalism, Dec 2, 1937; Letter to W. Chamberlain [a handwritten draft?], I will have your clay sample analyzed, your clay may be of interest to oil companies, enclose excerpt [present] on the use of this clay in oil fields, Nov 6, [no year]; Letter to W. Chamberlain, received the beautiful Pliohippus fossulatus skull and hope to write a paper on it, Nov 22, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain, haven't heard whether you received the horse skull, Nov 14, 1937; Letter to W. Chamberlain, I've sent you the Smilodon skull, Sep 30, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for the Smilodon skull, it will make a wonderful exhibit for our museum here, I'll send the Pliohippus skull to you, Oct 3, 1937; The following two letters are stapled together: Letter from W. Chamberlain, I enclose photos of the Pliohippus skull I found, write it up and name me as junior author then please return it -- it will be displayed in our "Donley County Museum" at "Clarendon College," Jul 8, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain, your Pliohippus skull is worthy of a paper, let us keep it and I'll send you a Smilodon skull in exchange, Jul 13, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain [clipped to the letter is a receipt for the skull shipment], the Pliohippus skull is on its way to you, provides specifics about the locality where it was found, Oct 9, 1937; Letter to W. Chamberlain, problems with putting together complete Smilodon skulls, I've sent a Smilodon skull to you, Sep 7, 1937; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for sending the reprint on "The Succession of North American Continental Pliocene Mammalian Faunas" and for using my name under the Clarendon Fauna, personal news, Sep 26, 1936; Letter to W. Chamberlain, when Dr. Carlson finishes analyzing your sample I will send you his report, Nov 27, 1936; Letter from W. Chamberlain, I am sending you a clay sample and would like to know something about it because the oil companies use tons of it, Nov 1, 1936; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for sending a copy of "Equidae of the Pliocene of Texas," Jan 18, 1931; Letter from W. Chamberlain [to Stirton in Alanreed, Texas], I've written to Mr. Collett and "I know he will be able to direct you to something worthwhile," May 25, 1931; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for the information you sent and also for the teeth, Oct 4, 1931; Letter from W. Chamberlain [clipped to the letter is a newspaper clipping on fossil finds by Charles W. Gilmore and Norman H. Boss, both of the Smithsonian Institution], please return the little carnivore teeth I sent you to Jerome D. Stocking, Oct 2, 1931; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for sending the literature, I have information on a couple of new fossil beds in other counties of the panhandle, would be happy to send you an 80 to 100 pound block filled with bones if you like, Jul 26, 1930; Letter from W. Chamberlain, thanks for the tools and shellac you left for me, found a fossil of a seed pod that I gave to Mr. Studer, Jul 24, 1930; Letter from W. Chamberlain, the block I planned to send you was cemented in so I have to wait for rain before I can get it out, sending a fragment of a horse jaw that I found while trenching around the aforementioned block, Oct 4, 1930; Letter from W. Chamberlain, the block I planned to send you "was destroyed while I was away by careless men who did not know or care what they were doing," will send another block when we find a good one, Oct 31, 1930; Letter to W. Chamberlain, "I intend to continue the work in Donley County until a proper correlation has been made of its faunas," some of the interesting material found there in the Clarendon, Dr. Matthew is sick, Jul 19, 1930; Letter from Charles Christman, Museum of Paleontology, UC Berkeley, sending you a box of supplies for your field work, May 19, 1930; Postcard from Wayne G. Christian, The West Texas Teachers College, Canyon, Texas, "I'm sending the slides that you let me use in Denver," Jul 5, 1940; The following ten letters are clipped together: Letter from W.G. Christian, I plan to attend the Denver meetings, does the California Institute of Technology have a good department of paleontology?, Jun 20, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, the types of Ailuraena johnstoni, Osteoborus hilli, and the camel specimen have arrived, May 5, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, I have nothing further to add to the correction of the Ailuraena johnstoni paper, had to give up my work at Cal Tech -- and lose my fellowship -- because of illness, Dec 28, 1940; Letter to W.G. Christian, have heard from T.S. Palmer that the name Ailuraena is preoccupied so have written a note for publication in the Journal of Mammalogy, information re allocation of and payment for separates, Dec 19, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, received our manuscript and can see no need for further changes -- so will send it on to Mr. Howell after it is retyped, Apr 22, 1940; Letter to W.G. Christian, "I am sending today our manuscript for your consideration," if okay send it to Mr. Arthur Howell, Bureau of Biological Survey, Department of Interior, Washington, DC, Apr 16, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, "I am enclosing the description of the [Cita Canyon] type locality [attached] which you asked for," put the WPA in the acknowledgements, Apr 4, 1940; Letter to W.G. Christian, the line drawings are almost done, writing a description should not take long, "I suggest that it should be named for C. Stuart Johnston," could you furnish a description of the type locality?, I will send you the manuscript when it is completed, Mar 28, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, I will send you a cast of "the other specimen figured in Mr. Johnston's paper," I found the lower jaw of a large cat-like carnivore -- can I send it to you for identification?, Jan 19, 1940; Letter from W.G. Christian, I am sending you "the only good jaw that we have" of Osteoborus hilli along with a cast that you may keep, Jan 4, 1940; Letter from Wilbur B. Clemenger, San Bernardino, California, personal news, give a cast of that rhino tooth to Donald Hoffmeister, a zoology student of Professor Hall's, and he will bring it down to me, Mar 6, 1940; Letter from Thomas Clements, Department of Geology, University of Southern California, thank you for the reprints of your papers, May 2, 1936; Letter to A.S. Coggeshall, Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California, singing the praises of William Gordon Huff and Ray Strong and urging Coggeshall to consider hiring them for a project in Santa Barbara, Mar 22, 1939; Letter from Edwin H. Colbert, Chairman, Department of Amphibians and Reptiles, American Museum of Natural History, New York City,  sorry for the mix-up on the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Bulletin, Mar 24, 1944; Letter to E.H. Colbert, enjoyed the last bulletin but found "that we missed the boat again in getting our news items in," would you make some measurements of Protolabis longiceps teeth for me?, Mar 14, 1944; Letter to E.H. Colbert, sending you three short items for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Bulletin, Oct 13, 1943; Letter from E.H. Colbert, thanks for the separates and for putting me on your mailing list, Mar 7, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert [on Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, letterhead], we request your opinion re the worth of "publishing a catalogue describing all of the types of fossil vertebrates now present in the Academy collections," Dec 31, 1937; Letter from E.H. Colbert, send me any news of interest for the next Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Bulletin, Aug 26, 1943; Letter from E.H. Colbert, opinions re Hipparion and its origins, Asian and North American age correlations, exchange of separates, Feb 20, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert, a difference of opinion re the Asiatic Hipparion and Chleuastochoerus, would like to be put on your mailing list, Jan 30, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert, thanks for the Hemphill negatives -- we'll make prints and return them, Apr 3, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert, one of our artists is making a series of oil paintings of typical Tertiary formations for our hall of Tertiary mammals but we need photos of the Barstow and Goodnight or Hemphill beds -- can you help us?, Mar 2, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert, am returning your negatives to you, Apr 22, 1935; Letter from E.H. Colbert, thanks for your letter and all the information therein, "your observations on Moropus merriami are just what I need," I appreciate your offer to loan me chalicothere material, Jan 5, 1934; Letter from Nell L. Bowen, Secretary to Dr. Cooke, United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Washington, DC, your letter re your paper on Tertiary mammalian faunas in Holarctic correlation will be brought to Cooke's attention when he returns from the field, Nov 21, 1938; Letter from Emma Cother, found your picks but are afraid to send them to Valentine because you may not be there, Jul 25, [no year]; Letter to Helen M. Colescott, Vallejo, California, found the bones you sent in when I returned from the field -- would you like them returned?, Aug 24, 1934; The following two letters are stapled together: Letter from G.E. Condra, State Geologist, Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, glad you had a good summer with Mr. Amundson and others at Valentine, re the terms "Valentine" and "Niobrara River," we hope to come to some conclusions re the "names that should be applied to the various natural subdivisions" in conferences held with the Surveys of Kansas, Wyoming, and South Dakota, Feb 1, 1937; Letter to G.E. Condra, "I  shall keep you in touch with any of our field activities in your state," Feb 5, 1937; Letter to G.E. Condra, defends his usage of, and explains the history behind, the use of "Valentine" and "Niobrara River" faunal names, Oct 26, 1936; Letter from G.E. Condra, thanks for the copy of "Succession of North American Continental Pliocene Mammalian Faunas," Oct 21, 1936; Letter from G.E. Condra, thanks for sending me copies of seven publications, Mar 9, 1935; Letter to Paul O. McGrew, Museum of Paleontology, UC Berkeley, from G.E. Condra, outlines many problems with Stirton and McGrew's usage of names such as "Valentine zone," age determinations, and other facts in "the paper which you forwarded," Mar 18, 1935; Note from C. Wythe Cooke, Editor, Journal of Paleontology, The Paleontological Society, "your manuscript on 'A rhinoceros tooth from the Clarno Eocene of Oregon' is acceptable for publication," Jul 26, 1943; Letter to C.W. Cooke, I enclose an updated short notice "Fossil vertebrates from El Salvador" for the next issue of the Journal of Paleontology, Sep 22, 1942; Letter from C.W. Cooke, the manuscript by you and Gealey on "Fossil vertebrates in El Salvador" is appropriate for the Journal but I don't know if we have space for it just yet, Jul 21, 1942; Letter to C.W. Cooke, I enclose a short notice on the discovery of fossil vertebrates in El Salvador -- would this be appropriate to include in the Paleontological Notes which appear occasionally in the Journal?," Jul 17, 1942; Letter from C.W. Cooke, I received "Comments on the origin and generic status of Equus" which is acceptable for publication in the Journal of Paleontology, Oct 15, 1941; Letter to C.W. Cooke, I am sending a manuscript that I'd like to have published in the Journal of Paleontology, Oct 7, 1941; Letter from C.W. Cooke, I must hold your paper on Pliohippus fossulatus until the May issue but your paper on holarctic correlation will appear as planned in the January issue, Jan 10, 1939; Letter to C.W. Cooke, I have made the necessary alterations in the galley proofs and returned them to Dr. Moore as directed, Dec 30, 1938; The following three letters are stapled together: Letter from C.W. Cooke, your manuscript on Tertiary mammalian faunas in Holarctic correlation is due back from the printers and I shall attempt to make the final alterations in the galleys, Dec 2, 1938; Letter to C.W. Cooke, it would be best to return my Pliohippus paper because I need to make some changes involving synonymous names, Dec 2, 1938; Letter to C.W. Cooke, recent remarks should be addressed in my paper "Significance of Tertiary Mammalian Faunas in Holarctic Correlation with Especial Reference to the Pliocene of California" so I enclose some pages that can replace the corresponding ones in my original, Nov 14, 1938.

Browse by Folder:

[Folder 1: Stirton "A" Correspondence, abstracts, 1926-1945],
[Folder 2: Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 3: Stirton "A" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 4: Stirton "A" Correspondence, organizations, 1926-1945],
[Folder 5: Stirton "B" Correspondence, organizations, 1926-1945],
[Folder 6: Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 7: Stirton "B" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 8: Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 9: Stirton "C" Correspondence, people 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 10: Stirton "C" Corrrespondence, organizations 1, 1926-1945],
[Folder 11: Stirton "C" Correspondence, organizations 2, 1926-1945],
[Folder 12: Stirton "D" Correspondence, people, 1926-1945],
[Folder 13: Stirton "D" Correspondence: Donald R. Dickey, Cal Tech, 1925-1930],
[Folder 14: Stirton "E" Correspondence, 1930-1944],
[Folder 15: Stirton "F" Correspondence, 1928-1943],
[Folder 16: Stirton "G" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 17: Stirton "H" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 18: Stirton "H" Correspondence: E. Raymond Hall, 1926-1945],
[Folder 19: Stirton "H" Correspondence: Curtis J. Hesse, 1926-1945],
[Folder 20: Stirton "H" Correspondence: Claude W. Hibbard, 1925-1946],
[Folder 21: Stirton "J" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 22: Stirton "K" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 23: Stirton "L" Correspondence, 1926-1942],
[Folder 24: Stirton "M" Correspondence, 1927-1945],
[Folder 25: Stirton "Mc" Correspondence, 1926-1943],
[Folder 26: Stirton "N" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 27: Stirton "O" Correspondence, 1929-1944],
[Folder 28: Stirton "P" Correspondence, 1927-1943],
[Folder 29: Stirton "P" Correspondence: Earl L. Packard, 1934-1941],
[Folder 30: Stirton "R" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 31: Stirton "S" Correspondence, 1924-1945],
[Folder 32: Stirton "S" Correspondence, continued, 1924-1945],
[Folder 33: Stirton "T" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 34: Stirton "U" Correspondence, 1930-1944],
[Folder 35: Stirton "V" Correspondence, 1928-1944],
[Folder 36: Stirton "W,Y,Z" Correspondence, 1926-1944],
[Folder 37: Stirton Correspondence Regarding Colombia Expedition, 1944],
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