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J. Percy Moore papers


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John Percy Moore (1869-1965) was a Professor of Zoology at the University of Pennsylvania from 1912 to 1939, an Assistant Curator at the Academy of Natural Sciences from 1902 to 1938, and held several positions between 1920 and 1956 at the Ludwick Institute, which offered free lectures and courses in the natural sciences. He was also a world recognized authority on leeches. During his career, Moore named six genera, 229 species, five subspecies and four varieties of polychaetous annelids, or segmented worms (Loi 1980).

J. Percy Moore was born in 1869 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. His father worked as a salesman who specialized in safes and bank vaults. His family moved several times when he was a child and in 1876, they moved to Philadelphia, living “in various places including a spot at the edge of the city where Nature was close and inviting,” (American Philosophical Society, page 192). His exposure to nature increased his interest in science and, as a child, he collected live specimens of insects, bird skins and eggs, some of which he was allowed to keep in his home for observation.

Around the age of eleven, Moore first met the eminent scientist, Joseph Leidy (1823-1891) at the Wagner Free Institute of Science while attending one of Leidy's lectures on Zoology. In recalling his subsequent and ongoing relationship with Leidy, Moore stated, "it was my supreme good fortune to be associated with Dr. Leidy in the general relation of student to teacher from 1880 to his death in 1891," (Moore, 1960).

Moore's involvement with the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia began when he was a young man. While a student at the Central High School in Philadelphia one of his teachers introduced him to the librarian of the Academy. Moore stated, ". . . Dr. Jacob Holt, Prof. of Natural History and Physiology, introduced me to Dr. [Edward James] Nolan, the Secretary and Librarian [of the Academy], and I was given the privilege of using the library and a free card of admission to the museum. From that time I attended the Tuesday evening meetings of the Academy (as an invited visitor)," (Moore, 1960).

After earning his A.B. degree in 1886, Moore went on to study at the University of Pennsylvania, earning his BS in 1892 and his Ph.D. in 1896. While Moore was an undergraduate student in the School of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, Joseph Leidy, his old friend, served as director. Moore’s association with the University of Pennsylvania soon became more than student and he served as Assistant Instructor from 1890 to 1892, Instructor from 1892 to 1907, Assistant Professor from 1907 to 1912, Professor from 1912 to 1939, and Professor Emeritus in 1939.

He shared his knowledge with many through his teaching at the Hahnemann Medical College from 1896 to 1898 and at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, Massachusetts from 1901 to 1902. He also worked for the United States National Museum, Smithsonian Institution as an Honorary Research Associate in Marine Invertebrates.

Moore's older brother H. Frank Moore served as the Deputy Commissioner of Fisheries at the Bureau of Fisheries, and Moore worked there, on as-needed basis, as Scientific Assistant from 1890 to 1919. His work for the Bureau of Fisheries included the study of mackerel propagation and the use of fishes for control of mosquitoes in northern fresh waters of the United States.

Moore worked at the Academy of Natural Sciences, serving in a variety of capacities, from 1902 to 1957. He worked as Assistant Curator from 1902 to 1938, Corresponding Secretary from 1902 to 1940, and Trustee from 1940 to 1957, and was eventually made an Honorary Life Trustee. He also served on the Library Committee, as chairman for many years; the Committee on Publications from 1923 to 1936; and the Council. Moore was a Research Associate of the Department of Mollusks and Honorary Associate and later, Honorary Research Fellow of the Department of Mollusks and other Invertebrates. As a Trustee, Moore served on special committees where he worked on the Edward Drinker Cope memorial bust, the Joseph Leidy statue that stands outside of the Academy building, and Joseph Leidy's biography.

Moore was repeatedly approached by colleagues to write Joseph Leidy's biography and he always declined. However, he was actively involved in the project as a collaborator and editor. Joseph Leidy's grandnephew, Philip Leidy, commissioned Charles S. Dolley of the Wistar Institute and a former associate of Joseph Leidy in the School of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, to write a full length biography on Joseph Leidy. Dolley was approached because, according to Edwin G. Conklin (1863-1952), former President of the American Philosophical Society, ". . . he [Dolley] was really an adopted son of Joseph Leidy living in the Leidy home and thoroughly capable of presenting the personal side of Leidy" (Conklin 1951). The expectation was that Dolley would produce a draft and Moore would act as editor. However, Dolley died in 1948, and the whereabouts of his notes for the book remain unknown. Upon Dolley's death, Conklin, Moore and Philip P. Calvert acted as an informal advisory committee for Leidy's biography. In 1951, at Conklin's suggestion, George Howard Parker (1864-1955) was asked to write Leidy's biography and told that he would have to start from scratch. Parker did not make known that he was in ill health and had great difficulty completing the biography. Parker produced a draft, but died in 1955 before the project was complete. David Henry Wenrich (1885-1968) took up the project in 1956 and produced a significant amount of research on the biography of Leidy. Wenrich died in 1968 before any of his materials were published. A biography on Leidy by Leonard Warren, Joseph Leidy : the Last Man who Knew Everything, was published in 1998.

In addition to his responsibilities at the Academy, Moore worked at the Ludwick Institute. The Ludwick Institute was first organized in 1799, offering free educational courses to underpriviliged children. Around 1890, the growing public education system in Philadelphia supplanted a need for the Ludwick Institute’s free services, and in 1895, it became affiliated with the Academy of Natural Sciences. The Academy continued to offer free lectures sponsored by the Ludwick Institute. The lectures focused on the natural sciences and research conducted at the Academy. Moore acted as manager of the Ludwick Institute from 1920 to 1956, and served as Vice President from 1928 to 1942 and as President from 1942 to 1956. He also lectured at the Academy under the sponsorship of the Ludwick Institute.

Moore authored approximately one hundred publications during his career. The majority had to do with leeches, but others dealt with polychaete worms and oligochaetes. Moore wrote brief biographies on notable figures such as Samuel George Morton, William Maclure, Philip P. Calvert and others. He also co-authored a book on Hirundinea with W. D. Harding which was published in 1927. In addition, he was involved in Biological Abstracts and Journal of Morphology.

Moore was known as “a leading American authority on the annelid worms, especially the leeches. No narrow specialist, however, he was conversant with the whole of zoology and broadly interested in biology in general” (American Philosophical Society, page 191). Indeed, his other interests included invertebrates, birds, reptiles, amphibians, eggs, sponges, salamanders and fish. He also researched and lectured on evolution and heredity. His interests resulted in travel around the country and he spent the academic year of 1930 to 1931 in India studying land leeches.

Moore was a member of several professional societies. He was a member of the American Philosophical Society starting in 1918, and he served on their Committee on the Library from 1941 to 1952. He was a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of the American Society of Naturalists, the American Society of Zoologists, the American Society of Parasitologists, the Ecological Society of America, the Society of Limnology and Oceanography, the Society for the Study of Evolution, the Society of Systematic Zoology, and the Societe de Zoologie.

In 1892, Moore married Kathleen Carter who was a fellow student at the University of Pennsylvania. Kathleen earned a Certificate in Biology in 1890, a Bachelor of Science from Barnard in 1892 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1895. Together, they had four children. Kathleen died in 1920. Moore died on March 1, 1965, survived by one daughter, Dr. Elinor Moore Irvin, a PhD in Physiological Chemistry. Moore was described as “a delightful companion, well-informed, relatively calm, friendly, and with a keen sense of humor,” (American Philosophical Society, page 196).

Works Cited:

American Philosophical Society. Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, 1965.

Unpublished letter. (1951). From Edwin G. Conklin to George H. Parker.

Loi, Tran-Ngoc. (1980) "Catalogue of the Types of Polychaete Species Erected by J. Percy Moore." Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 132:121-149.

Unpublished letter. (1948). From J. Percy Moore to Dr. Frank Raw.

Unpublished manuscript. (1960). Moore, J. Percy. Leidy Memorial.

Phillips, Venia T. and Maurice E. Phillips. (1963). Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.

Smithsonian Institution Archives. Historical note for J. Percy (John Percy) Moore Papers, 1888-1965 and undated, Record Unit 7265.

This collection documents the work of J. Percy Moore, primarily his study of leeches. The papers also include Moore's work at the Academy of Natural Sciences as a Trustee, Chair of the Academy's Library Committee, the Ludwick Institute, University of Pennsylvania, Bureau of Fisheries, the Philadelphia Metropolitan Library Committee and the American Philosophical Library Committee. The collection’s primary strength, however, is Moore's specimen notes, illustrations and photographs of annelids (Annelida), which is the biological classification of ragworms, earthworms and leeches. Moore's lecture notes and manuscripts provide additional contextual information regarding his specimen research. Additionally, of special interest is Moore's India expedition in 1931-1932, which is visually well documented, although the collection contains very little related written material. Also of note, is Moore's correspondence regarding Joseph Leidy's biography and the biographies of Samuel George Morton and William Maclure. Moore's work with the Academy as a Trustee, as well as his activities with the Ludwick Institute and the Bureau of Fisheries is also fairly well represented. Additionally, Edward Drinker Copes' collection of Joseph Hyrtl papers are of particular interest. This collection has high research value for those interested in the history of science, the study of annelids, specifically leeches, and Moore's career.

The collection is divided into sixteen series, each representing a particular aspect of his professional life. The series are: "Specimen notes and illustrations," "Travel logs/Field notes," "Manuscripts and related notes," "Lecture notes," "Correspondence regarding biographies on Joseph Leidy, Samuel George Morton and William Maclure," "Professional Correspondence," "Edward Drinker Cope's collection of Joseph Hyrtl papers," "Academy of Natural Sciences records," "Extramural Committees," "Ludwick Institute papers," "Bureau of Fisheries papers," "Reprints, pamphlets, and books," "Photographs," "Glass transparencies/glass negatives," "16mm film reels," and "Lantern slides."

The "Specimen notes and illustrations" series documents Moore's research on various annelid specimens. The materials are either pencil drawings or written notes made by Moore, often both. The species names are identified except in cases where Moore studied various species at a particular location. In these instances the place name is given instead of the species name. The series dates from 1883 to 1955 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Travel logs/Field notes" series contains note books and other documents written by Moore while studying on location in Colorado, North Carolina, Utah, the Bahamas, and the west coast of the United States, as well as field observations related to bird watching. The series dates from 1887 to 1945 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Manuscripts and related notes" series contains research notes and typescript or manuscript versions of articles primarily written by Moore. There are also articles written by others which were frequently sent as drafts to Moore for review. Articles written by an author other than Moore are specified in the folder title. Also, not all of the manuscripts were published. Known unpublished manuscripts are marked as such. In addition, there are research notes related to specific publications. The series dates from 1890 to 1962 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Lecture notes" series contains notes of lectures written and presented by Moore, as well as Moore's notes taken during lectures he attended. The lectures are primarily on geology; biology; invertebrates; and evolution and heredity, with heavy emphasis on the latter. Newspaper clippings on evolution and heredity are included here as well. Lectures given by professors other than Moore are indicated in the folder title. This series dates from 1888 to 1947 and is arranged chronologically.

Moore’s correspondence is maintained in two series. The "Correspondence regarding biographies on Joseph Leidy, Samuel George Morton and William Maclure" series documents Moore's involvement with the writing and publication of biographies on scientists: Joseph Leidy, Samuel George Morton and William Maclure. The series is divided into two subseries, "Joseph Leidy" and "Samuel George Morton and William Maclure." The correspondence related to Joseph Leidy’s biography contains letters between Moore and Philip Leidy, Charles Dolley, George Howard Parker, David H. Weinrich, Philip P. Calvert, Edwin G. Conklin and several others who were involved in the ongoing project. Moore wrote biographies on Samuel George Morton and William Maclure and for both biographies, extensively used the "Samuel George Morton papers" at the American Philosophical Society. Because he used the same material for both biographies, his correspondence regarding his research overlaps significantly. The letters found in this collection are between Moore and the American Philosophical Society; the University of Illinois; and Mary Effie Cameron James, a graduate student writing a dissertation on Maclure, among others. There are also transcribed copies of the Morton and Maclure letters. Both subseries are arranged chronologically.

The "Professional correspondence" series contains Moore’s incoming and some outgoing correspondence with students and colleagues regarding the exchange of specimens, books, publications and reprints. It is divided into two subseries, "Alphabetical" and "Chronological," reflecting two distinct, existing arrangement schemes. The "Alphabetical" subseries dates from 1909 to 1940 and is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's last name. The "Chronological" subseries dates from 1897 to 1948 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Edward Drinker Cope's collection of Joseph Hyrtl papers" series contains the papers of the renowned Austrian anatomist Professor Joseph Hyrtl (1810-1894). The papers in this series are Hyrtl's "release of debt" receipts for the purchase and mounting of fish skeletons from a variety of sources, as well as letters to Hyrtl, presumably related to the fish skeleton collection. Hyrtl's papers were inherited by Moore upon the death of Edward Drinker Cope (1840-1897), Corresponding Secretary of the Academy of Natural Sciences and paleontologist, anatomist and ichthyologist. Cope purchased Hyrtl's collection of 800 fish skeletons around 1865 and combined the specimens with his own collection for a total of 1,000 fish skeletons. In 1871, the American Association for the Advancement of Science published Cope's, "Systematic Relations of the Fishes," which was completed using the enormous collection of fish skeletons. Upon Cope's death, a catalog on fresh water mollusca and these related papers were bequeathed to Moore, which Moore received in 1898. The Hyrtl materials are primarily written in German and, to a lesser extent, French and date from 1847 to 1869. Original order was maintained, with the exception of the materials from Cope's representatives that were sent to Moore regarding his inheritance of these papers, which are filed at the end of this series.

The "Academy of Natural Sciences records" series documents Moore's time serving on the Academy's Board of Trustees and as Chairman of the Library Committee. The materials have been divided into two subseries, "Board of Trustees" and "Library Committee". The "Board of Trustees" subseries contains meeting minutes and correspondence related to Moore's activities as a Trustee, including his work on committees for the creation of statuary within the Academy, specifically, the Edward Drinker Cope bust and the statue of Joseph Leidy. In addition, there are papers related to Moore’s participation in the selection of recipients of the Leidy Medal and composing a document about the state of the Academy. The "Board of Trustees" subseries dates from 1919 to 1959 and is arranged chronologically. The "Library Committee" subseries includes meeting minutes, the librarian's report, library budget papers, and correspondence regarding additions, recommendations, exchanges of collection material; book binding and repairs; lists of holdings and other related activities of the library. The "Library Committee" subseries dates from 1934 to 1959 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Extramural Committees" series contains materials related to Moore's involvement in activities outside of the Academy including; programs from the Eighth American Scientific Congress in 1940; a list of Japanese works in certain Philadelphia libraries prepared for the U.S. Army by the Philadelphia Union Library Center; a member list, bibliography and constitution of the Society for Study of Speciation; correspondence and minutes of the American Philosophical Society Library Committee and the Philadelphia Metropolitan Library Council. The series dates from 1940 to 1945. The series is arranged alphabetically by committee. The folders of each committee are then arranged chronologically.

The "Ludwick Institute papers" series houses correspondence, lecture schedules, meeting minutes, lecture programs, annual budgets, and some lecture notes given by Moore. This series dates from 1904 to 1963 and is arranged chronologically.

The "Bureau of Fisheries papers" documents Moore's work as Scientific Assistant with the Bureau of Fisheries. The series contains correspondence, research field notes, photographs of mosquitoes and of "Carr Pond", travel orders and regulations, manuscripts of Moore's reports to the Bureau, bibliographic notes, and maps. The series documents his work related to the study of makerels and the control of the mosquito population in the northern United States. These materials date from 1897 and 1908 to 1936, and are arranged chronologically.

The "Reprints, pamphlets, and books" series contains copies of various publications that were collected by Moore. Publication subjects vary greatly and include biographies as well as zoological works. There are items written by Edward D. Cope, A.E. Verril and others, as well as American Institute of Sacred Literature pamphlets. There is also an index card file containing reprint requests for publications related to Oligochaeta. The series is arranged chronologically.

The "Photographs" series is divided into two subseries, "Annelid specimens" and "India Expedition and photograph record notebook." The images of annelid specimens are mostly leeches. The photographs are identified on the back with species name and date, and range from 1920 to 1947. Researchers should note, these photographs are not arranged beyond the series level. The "India Expedition and photograph record notebook" subseries contains what appears to be contact sheets cut up into strips of two or three pictures. These photographs appear to be the same as Moore’s lantern slides of the same trip. Moore's India expedition took place in 1930 to 1931. These photographs are in original order and the series includes a notebook containing information regarding the location and subject of the photographs, which also corresponds to the lantern slides of the expedition.

The "Glass transparencies and negatives" series contains images of goldfish that were published in an article by R.T. Hance on heredity; fishes and pygmy hippo images; and accompanying images from Moore's lecture, "What Evolution is Not."

The "16mm Film" series contains eighty small reels and three larger reels, fifty six of the smaller reeels are primarily from Moore's India Expedition of 1930-1931. The reels are labeled with location, date, species name and occasionally brief comments on quality of the film. The films are numbered by Moore. The films from 1932 contain moving images of a varity of animals such as frogs, squirrels, chipmunks and rabbits. Of the twenty-four additional reels of film, fourteen document a 1928 trip in the Western United States, including visits to Yellowstone National Park, Sunset Carter, the Grand Canyon, Walnut Canyon and San Francisco. The remaining ten films are not well marked and have unknown contents. There is also a box of twenty film rolls from the India Expedition. The series has been arranged according to the numerical order assigned by Moore.

The "Lantern slides" series contains images of Moore's India Expedition and a series of lantern slides created for a presentation he gave at Yellowstone National Park. The materials are undated and remain in their original order.

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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Finding aid prepared by Laurie Rizzo
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.
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Collection Inventory

Annelida regeneration, 1883-1898.
Box 1 Folder 1
Rhizopoda and infusoria, 1888.
Box 1 Folder 2
Unidentified fauna and skeletal bones drawings, 1888.
Box 1 Folder 3
Various animals and plant drawings, 1888-1889.
Box 1 Folder 4
Various annelids.
Box 1 Folder 5
Sponge, 1889.
Box 1 Folder 6
Histology of invertebrates, 1889.
Box 1 Folder 7
Various annelids, 1890.
Box 1 Folder 8
Lake St. Regis, 1890-1892.
Box 1 Folder 9
Chesapeake Bay, 1891, undated.
Box 1 Folder 10
Various invertebrates, 1891, 1892, undated.
Box 1 Folder 11
Billum embryology, 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896.
Box 1 Folder 12
Snakes and reptiles, 1891, 1892, 1901, 1904, 1905, 1906.
Box 1 Folder 13
Annelids, 1891-1893, 1899.
Box 1 Folder 14
Scomberomorus maculatus, 1891, 1893, 1895.
Box 2 Folder 1
Reptiles, crocodiles, scorpions, snakes and turtles, 1891, 1905, undated.
Box 2 Folder 2
Sceloporus, 1892.
Box 2 Folder 3
Sceloporus undulatus, 1892.
Box 2 Folder 4
Whitman's species of Placobdella (Placobdella hollensis), 1892.
Box 2 Folder 5
Autolytus interruptus, 1892, 1893.
Box 2 Folder 6
Various invertebrates, 1892, 1889.
Box 2 Folder 7
Branchiobdellidae, 1893.
Box 2 Folder 8
Invertebrates, 1893.
Box 2 Folder 9
Collective notes on work at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 1893.
Box 2 Folder 10
Annelids nephridium, circa 1893.
Box 2 Folder 11
Branchiobdella, circa 1893.
Box 2 Folder 12
Allolobophora, 1894.
Box 2 Folder 13
Enchytraeidae, 1894.
Box 2 Folder 14
Various annelids, 1894-1895.
Box 2 Folder 15
Lumbncillus agilis, 1895.
Box 2 Folder 16
United States National Museum collection, 1895, undated.
Box 3 Folder 1
Billum, circa 1895.
Box 3 Folder 2
Post larval changes in [illegible] of salamanders, circa 1895.
Box 3 Folder 3
Platybdella, 1895-1898, 1914-1915, 1929.
Box 3 Folder 4
Glossiphonia complanata, 1897.
Box 3 Folder 5
Illinois, 1897.
Box 3 Folder 6
Melanin[illegible] Mesen[illegible], 1897, 1898, undated.
Box 3 Folder 7
Aulostoma (Haemopis), 1897-1898.
Box 3 Folder 8
Cryphonectria parasitica, Glossiphonia linita, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 9
Dina (Genus), 1898.
Box 3 Folder 10
Dina fervida, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 11
Glossiphonia stagnalis, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 12
Hemiclepsis carinata, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 13
Harpobdella, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 14
Nephelopsis obscura, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 15
Siliceous sponges, 1898.
Box 3 Folder 16
Haemopis marmorata, 1899.
Box 3 Folder 17
Placobdella, 1899.
Box 3 Folder 18
Manayunkia, 1899-1901.
Box 3 Folder 19
Alaska, 1900.
Box 3 Folder 20
Hirudinaria, 1900.
Box 3 Folder 21
Puerto Rico, 1900.
Box 3 Folder 22
Bermuda oligochaeta, 1901.
Box 3 Folder 23
Halmopsis lateralis, 1901.
Box 3 Folder 24
Development of dipnoi, circa 1901.
Box 3 Folder 25
Glossiphonia parasitica, Placobdella parasitica, circa 1901.
Box 3 Folder 26
Semiscolex grandis, 1902.
Box 3 Folder 27
Dina parva, 1903.
Box 3 Folder 28
Haemopis plumbeus, 1903.
Box 3 Folder 29
Marine oligochaeta, 1903.
Box 3 Folder 30
Actinobdella annectens, 1903-1904.
Box 4 Folder 1
Crocodiles, 1905, undated.
Box 4 Folder 2
"Leeches of Walnut [torn]", 1906.
Box 4 Folder 3
Illinois, 1909.
Box 4 Folder 4
Pacobdella pediculata, 1910.
Box 4 Folder 5
Polychaeta, 1923, 1940.
Box 4 Folder 6
Philippines, 1923-1928, 1941.
Box 4 Folder 7
Pygmy Hippo notes, photographs and x-rays, circa 1923.
Box 4 Folder 8-13
Indian Hirudidae, 1924-1925.
Box 4 Folder 14
Indian Erpobdellidae, circa 1925.
Box 5 Folder 1
Parasitic enchytraeidae, 1930, 1942.
Box 5 Folder 2
Haemadipsa, circa 1930.
Box 5 Folder 3
Earthworms, 1933.
Box 5 Folder 4
New Guinea land leeches, 1937.
Box 5 Folder 5
Placobdella parasitica, Piscicola punctata, Helobdella punctata, 1939, 1947.
Box 5 Folder 6
Piscicola rectangulata, 1937,1946, 1947.
Box 5 Folder 7
Cystobranchus, 1940.
Box 5 Folder 8
Stockholm Museum Collection, 1940.
Box 5 Folder 9
Barbronia, 1941.
Box 5 Folder 10
Erpobdellidae, 1941.
Box 5 Folder 11
Helobdella simplex, circa 1941.
Box 5 Folder 12
Illinobdella moorei, 1942.
Box 5 Folder 13
Pelmatodrilus planariformis, 1942-1943.
Box 5 Folder 14
Pelmatodrilus, 1942, 1944.
Box 5 Folder 15
Pelmatodrilus, circa 1943.
Box 5 Folder 16
Diestecostoma magna, 1944-1945.
Box 5 Folder 17
Helobdella piscicola, 1946.
Box 5 Folder 18
Alaska, 1946-1947.
Box 5 Folder 19
Haemopis kingi, 1947.
Box 5 Folder 20
China, 1947, 1948.
Box 5 Folder 21
Piscicolidae, 1947, 1948.
Box 5 Folder 22
Academy of Natural Sciences stream survey, 1948.
Box 5 Folder 23
Glossiphonia complanata, 1949.
Box 5 Folder 24
Batrachobdella phalera, 1949, 1950.
Box 5 Folder 25
Dina floridana, 1952.
Box 5 Folder 26
Idiobdella, 1953.
Box 5 Folder 27
Rawson Saskatchewan collection, 1953.
Box 5 Folder 28
Big Spring, Virginia, 1953-1954.
Box 5 Folder 29
Haemadipsa, 1954.
Box 5 Folder 30
Honolulu, Hawaii, 1955.
Box 5 Folder 31
Annelids, undated.
Box 5 Folder 32
Annelids, "notes on Meyers", undated.
Box 5 Folder 33
Annelid anatomy notes, undated.
Box 6 Folder 1
Arachnids, fishes at Woods Hole and annelids, undated.
Box 6 Folder 2
Chesapeake Bay oysters, undated.
Box 6 Folder 3
Diplocardia longa, undated.
Box 6 Folder 4
Helobdella nuda, undated.
Box 6 Folder 5
Index of specimens, types and locations, undated.
Box 6 Folder 6
Indian fauna, undated.
Box 6 Folder 7
Maldanidae and Capitellidae, undated.
Box 6 Folder 8
Mammals, notebook of "interesting points for special work", undated.
Box 6 Folder 9
Mammals, observations, undated.
Box 6 Folder 10
Michigan, undated.
Box 6 Folder 11
Oligochaeta, species comparison chart, undated.
Box 6 Folder 12
Paramaecium, undated.
Box 6 Folder 13
Placobdella hollenisis, undated.
Box 6 Folder 14
Unidentified notes, undated.
Box 6 Folder 15

Bird field notes, 1887-1895, 1898-1899.
Box 7 Folder 1
Blowing Rock, North Carolina field notes, Batrachia biology, 1893, 1899.
Box 7 Folder 2
Bahamas field notes, 1898.
Box 7 Folder 3
Delaware Valley Ornithological Club spring migration reports, record cards and notes, 1916-1921.
Box 7 Folder 4
West coast travel log, itinerary and letters, 1928.
Box 7 Folder 5
Colorado travel log, 1933.
Box 7 Folder 6
Utah field data sheets, 1952-1953.
Box 7 Folder 7
Blake exploration notes, undated.
Box 7 Folder 8
Maps of leech collection sites, undated.
Box 7 Folder 9

"Reptiles of the Bahamas", 1890.
Box 8 Folder 1
"United States Coast and Geodetic Survey", by T. Mendenhall, 1890.
Box 8 Folder 2
"Eggs of Pituophis Melanoleucus", circa 1892.
Box 8 Folder 3
Lygosoma (Leiolopisma) lateralein New Jersey, and list of marine fauna, 1895.
Box 8 Folder 4
"Report on Mackerel Investigation", 1897.
Box 8 Folder 5
"The Annelid Somito" notes, 1899.
Box 8 Folder 6
Marine Oligochaeta material used for paper, 1903-1905.
Box 8 Folder 7
"The Diseases of Man and Domesticated Animals by Flagellated Parasites Living in the Blood", 1906.
Box 8 Folder 8
Leech (Hirudinea) chapter for Wendy Whipple book, 1912.
Box 8 Folder 9
"The Leeches (Hirudinea)," galley proof, 1913.
Box 8 Folder 10
Leech control investigation at Palisades Park correspondence, notes and photographs, 1919-1920.
Box 8 Folder 11
"Philippi Valdiviana", 1922.
Box 8 Folder 12
"The Leeches (Hirudinea) of Lake Nipigon", 1922-1923.
Box 8 Folder 13
"Fauna and Flora of Islands", 1923.
Box 8 Folder 14
"Indian Leeches", 1924.
Box 9 Folder 1
"Leeches from Borneo and the Philippine Islands with Descriptions of New Forms", 1927-1928.
Box 9 Folder 2
"Notes on Indian Leech", 1929.
Box 9 Folder 3
"The Valdivian Land Leech, Cardea Valdiviana (Philippi)", 1930.
Box 9 Folder 4
P.R. Gast earthworm bibliography, 1931.
Box 9 Folder 5
"Hirudinea of the Australian Antarctic Expedition of 1912-1914", 1934.
Box 9 Folder 6
"Notes on Leeches Collected by the Oxford University Sarawak Expedition with a Description of Aetheobdella hirudoides", 1934.
Box 9 Folder 7
"Leeches from Borneo and the Malay Peninsula", 1934.
Box 9 Folder 8
"The Leeches of Lake Nipssing", 1935.
Box 9 Folder 9
"Leeches (Hirudinea) Principally from the Malay Peninsula, with Descriptions of New Species", 1935.
Box 9 Folder 10
Evolution research notes, circa 1936, undated.
Box 9 Folder 11
"Yale North India Expedition Report on Hirudinea," unpublished, circa 1936.
Box 9 Folder 12
"Gastrostomobdella vagabunda", 1937.
Box 9 Folder 13
"Leeches (Hirudinea) from Yucatan Caves", 1937.
Box 9 Folder 14
African Leech correspondence, 1920, 1924-1925, 1927, 1935-1936.
Box 10 Folder 1
African Leech correspondence and list of specimens, 1928-1932.
Box 10 Folder 2
African Leech notes for report, 1932.
Box 10 Folder 3
African Leech notes for report, 1936, undated.
Box 10 Folder 4
African Leech portion of manuscript, 1936.
Box 10 Folder 5
African Leech specimen notes for report, 1936.
Box 10 Folder 6
"Addition to Our Knowledge on African Leeches (Hirudinea)", 1936.
Box 10 Folder 7-17
African Leech bibliography, 1936.
Box 10 Folder 18
"Helobdella punctato-lineata, a New Leech from Puerto Rico", 1938.
Box 11 Folder 1
"Leeches (Hirudinea) of Lake Hulehi Palestine", 1938.
Box 11 Folder 2
"Leeches (Hirudinea) from the Atlas Mountain of Morocco", circa 1938.
Box 11 Folder 3
"Leeches in the British Museum mostly Haempadippinae from the South Pacific", 1938-1939.
Box 11 Folder 4
Y. Chens thesis, "Relations Taxonomy and Faunal Relationships of the Limnitic Oligochaeta of China", 1939.
Box 11 Folder 5
Y. Chen thesis part v. "Systemic Part", pages 21-55, circa 1939.
Box 11 Folder 6
Y. Chen's paper, "Notes on Naidomorph Oligochaeta of Philadelphia and Vicinity", 1939-1943.
Box 11 Folder 7
Moore's suggested corrections on Y Chen's thesis, 1940.
Box 11 Folder 8
"Austrobdella anoculata, a New Species of Fish Leech from Greenland", 1940.
Box 11 Folder 9
Colleagues manuscript "On the Development of the Vertabral Column of a Viviparous Teleost, Labistes reticulatus", 1940.
Box 11 Folder 10
Moore's introduction to "The Transition from Unicellular to the Multicellular Individual", circa 1940.
Box 11 Folder 11
"Leeches in the British Museum mostly Haemadipsinae from the South Pacific with Descriptions of New Species", 1944.
Box 11 Folder 12
"Two New Leeches (Hirudinea) in the Collection of the U.S. National Museum", 1944.
Box 11 Folder 13
Moore's contribution to Encyclopedia Britannica entry on Hirudinea, 1945.
Box 11 Folder 14
"Leeches (Hirudinea) from the Hawaiian Islands, and Two New Species from the Pacific Region in the Bishop Museum Selection", circa 1945.
Box 12 Folder 1
"The Anatomy and Systematic Position of Myzobdella lugubris Leidy (Hirudinae)".
Box 12 Folder 2
Moore's notes and book review of Harold F. Blum, "Times Arrow and Evolution", 1951.
Box 12 Folder 3
Moore's Slensky translation from Russian to English, 1953-1954.
Box 12 Folder 4
Moore's Slensky translation from Russian to English, circa 1954.
Box 12 Folder 5
Memorial on Philip Powell Calvert, 1961-1962.
Box 12 Folder 6
Henry S. Roberts abstract on "The Mechanism of Cytokinesis in Neuroblasts of Chortophaga", undated.
Box 12 Folder 7
"Anatomical notes on Distichorus", undated.
Box 12 Folder 8
"Descriptions of Three Apparently New Polychaeta from the New Jersey Coast", undated.
Box 12 Folder 9
"General Physiology: Laboratory Work", undated.
Box 12 Folder 10
"Hirudinea, General Account to Indian Species and Genna", undated.
Box 12 Folder 11
"Leeches for Book on Culture Methods", undated.
Box 12 Folder 12
"Methods Employed in the Naples Zoological Station for the Preservation of Marine Animals", Salvadore Lo Bianco translation, from Italian to English, undated.
Box 12 Folder 13
Moore's notes on Professor Whitman's leech collection, undated.
Box 12 Folder 14
"North American Reptiles", undated.
Box 12 Folder 15
"The Results of Some Recent Studies on Heredity", undated.
Box 12 Folder 16
"Notes on Mosquitoes" (verso), "Descriptions of New Species of Polychaeta from Woods Hole" (recto) and additional notes on mosquitoes, undated.
Box 12 Folder 17

Charles Dolley lecture notebook on General Biology, 1888.
Box 13 Folder 1
Unidentified professor on plumage and ornithology, 1890-1891.
Box 13 Folder 2
Professor Roenig on geology, 1891-1892.
Box 13 Folder 3
Dr. Ryder on Embrology, 1892.
Box 13 Folder 4
"Biology as a Science", "History of Zoology", "Parifera", and two lectures on Protozoas.
Box 13 Folder 5
Moore on vertebra with notes on Copes lectures and Henry Fairfield Osborn, "The Life and works of Cope", 1898, 1898-1899.
Box 13 Folder 6
"Vertebrate Entomology", circa 1900.
Box 14 Folder 1
Morgan, Wallin and others on evolution, 1903, 1914, undated.
Box 14 Folder 2
Conklin, Walker and others on evolution, newspaper clippings and pamphlets, 1906, 1910-1911, 1915-1918, undated.
Box 14 Folder 3
Conklin on "Problems of Evolution and Present Methods of Attacking them", 1911.
Box 14 Folder 4
Punnett on Mendelism; Castle on heredity, 1911.
Box 14 Folder 5
Morgan, Snyder, and Castle on evolution and heredity, 1912, 1927, undated.
Box 14 Folder 6
"Factors of Evolution", 1913.
Box 14 Folder 7
"Evolution, Direct Evidence and Adaptation", circa 1914.
Box 14 Folder 8
"What Evolution is Not", 1914-1915.
Box 14 Folder 9-10
Professor McClung on evolution and heredity, 1919.
Box 15 Folder 1
"Taxonomy", "Evolution I", "Evolution II" and rough notes on accompanying slides for "Geographical Distribution", "Paleontology", "Embroyological Evidence" and "Comparative Anatomy", 1922, 1932, 1937, undated.
Box 15 Folder 2
Jennings and others on evolution and social relations, 1927, 1937, undated.
Box 15 Folder 3
Newspaper clippings on evolution, 1927-1937, undated.
Box 15 Folder 4-5
Evolution, circa 1936.
Box 15 Folder 6
Dr. Linton on Evolution, 1936-1937.
Box 15 Folder 7
"Evolution I" and "Evolution II", circa 1947.
Box 16 Folder 1
Annelids, "Body Walls and Body Columns", undated.
Box 16 Folder 2
"Annelid Classification", undated.
Box 16 Folder 3
"Annelid External Maphology and Metamerism", undated.
Box 16 Folder 4
"Evolution III", undated.
Box 16 Folder 5
Jamarick, Thorp and others on theories of evolution, undated.
Box 16 Folder 6
"Vertebrate", undated.
Box 16 Folder 7
"Vertebrate Entomology", undated.
Box 16 Folder 8-9

Publication, Commemorative Meeting, 1923.
Box 17 Folder 1
With H.J. Van Cleave, Henry B. Ward, and others on Leidy's Collection of Acanthocephala, 1923-1937.
Box 17 Folder 2-5
With Charles Dolley, Philip Leidy and George Parker and lists of Leidy letters, 1942-1951.
Box 17 Folder 6
With George Parker, 1951.
Box 17 Folder 7-8
"The Biography of an American Naturalist, 1823-1891" by George Howard Parker, unpublished manuscript, circa 1955.
Box 17 Folder 9
Photocopy of unpublished manuscript, "The Biography of an American Naturalist, 1823-1891" by George Howard Parker, circa 1955, undated.
Box 17 Folder 10
On proposed new biographers, 1952, 1954, 1955.
Box 17 Folder 11
With D.H. Wenrich, photograph of Leidy and of Leidy statue, 1956-1960.
Box 17 Folder 12
Moore's notes on Leidy's contributions to Annelidology, circa 1959.
Box 17 Folder 13
Letters and manuscript of Moore's memorial on Leidy for the Society of Systematic Zoologists symposium, 1960.
Box 17 Folder 14
Moore's notes on the Academy's collection of Leidy papers, undated.
Folder 17 Folder 15
Notes on Leidy's contributions to geology and paleontology by Angelo Heilprin and on comparative anatomy by Harrison Allen (photocopies), undated.
Box 17 Folder 16
With Library of Congress on photoduplication of Thomas Jefferson and William Maclure letters, 1946.
Box 18 Folder 1
Moore's index card notes on the Samuel George Morton letters, circa 1946.
Box 18 Folder 2
Transcribed copies of the Morton-Maclure letters.
Box 18 Folder 3
Moore's notes on the letters and drafts, 1946-1947.
Box 18 Folder 4-6
With Dr. May Effie Cameron James regarding fuller biography on Maclure, 1948-1953.
Box 18 Folder 7
With the University of Illinois and the American Philosophical Society about James' biography on Maclure, 1949.
Box 18 Folder 8

"A"-"H" general.
Box 19 Folder 1-8
"I"-"Z" general.
Box 20 Folder 1-11
Correspondence with colleagues, 1897, 1900-1907.
Box 21 Folder 1
Correspondence on the exchange of specimens, 1912-1913.
Box 21 Folder 2
Correspondence, requests for papers, 1912-1928.
Box 21 Folder 3
Correspondence regarding specimens, 1916, 1918, 1920, 1946.
Box 21 Folder 4
Correspondence with veterans, 1917-1918.
Box 21 Folder 5
Correspondence with R.E. Richardson on Leeches at Rock River, Illinois, 1926.
Box 21 Folder 6
Correspondence with J.H. Patterson on leech specimens from India, 1930-1931.
Box 21 Folder 7
Correspondence regarding India expedition, 1930-1931.
Box 21 Folder 8
Correspondence regarding the exchange of papers, 1935, 1942-1949.
Box 21 Folder 9
Correspondence with colleagues, 1948.
Box 21 Folder 10

Release of dept receipt's of private persons and dealers for purchasing fishes, 1850-1855, 1862-1864, 1866, 1869.
Box 22 Folder 1-2
Release of dept receipt's for Jos Muller for mounting skeletons, 1851-1857.
Box 22 Folder 3
Release of dept receipt's for Theodor Werner for mounting skeletons, 1865-1869, undated.
Box 22 Folder 4
Letters to Hyrtl and official specimen transportation documents, 1855-1859, 1862, 1864, 1865, undated.
Box 22 Folder 5-6
Letters to Hyrtl and release of dept receipts of the sums of purchasing exotic fishes from private persons, 1847, 1848, 1850-1854, 1857, 1858, 1862.
Box 22 Folder 7
Letters to Hyrtl, 1849-1860.
Box 22 Folder 8
Letters to Moore regarding material bequeathed to him by Cope, 1898.
Box 22 Folder 9

Correspondence regarding Eward Drinker Cope bust, 1919-1927.
Box 23 Folder 1
Correspondence, 1941.
Box 23 Folder 2
Meeting agendas, 1942.
Box 23 Folder 3
Correspondence, 1945-1948.
Box 23 Folder 4
Correspondence regarding Leidy Medal receipient, Ernest Mayer, 1946.
Box 23 Folder 5
Correspondence, 1947-1949.
Box 23 Folder 6
Correspondence, 1948.
Box 23 Folder 7
Correspondence and report of the Committee on the State of the Academy, 1948-1949.
Box 23 Folder 8
By-laws, 1951.
Box 23 Folder 9
By-laws, 1952.
Box 23 Folder 10
Meeting agendas and minutes, 1957-1959.
Box 23 Folder 11
Correspondence, 1934-1942.
Box 23 Folder 12
Correspondence, 1935-1936.
Box 23 Folder 13
Correspondence, 1935-1941.
Box 23 Folder 14
Book advertisements, 1936.
Box 23 Folder 15
Correspondence, 1936-1937.
Box 23 Folder 16
Lists of books and periodicals, 1937.
Box 24 Folder 1
Correspondence, 1937-1938.
Box 24 Folder 2
Correspondence, 1937-1940.
Box 24 Folder 3
Book orders and periodical cancellations, 1938.
Box 24 Folder 4
Correspondence, 1938.
Box 24 Folder 5
Lists of mathematical library materials for sale, 1938.
Box 24 Folder 6
Correspondence, 1938-1940.
Box 24 Folder 7
Correspondence and report on the state of the library, 1938-1940.
Box 24 Folder 8
Lists of periodicals at other libraries, 1939.
Box 24 Folder 9
Correspondence, serials catalogues and order books, 1939-1940.
Box 24 Folder 10
Correspondence, 1939-1940.
Box 24 Folder 11
Correspondence, 1939-1941.
Box 25 Folder 1
Bibliographic Planning Committee survey, 1940.
Box 25 Folder 2
Bibliographic Planning Committee published survey results, 1941.
Box 25 Folder 3
Meeting minutes and invoices of specimens, 1941.
Box 25 Folder 4
Publication announcements and order forms, 1941.
Box 25 Folder 5
Correspondence and list of books at the Academy library, 1941-1942.
Box 25 Folder 6
Correspondence, 1942.
Box 25 Folder 7
Correspondence, 1943.
Box 25 Folder 8
Meeting minutes, 1946, 1947.
Box 25 Folder 9
Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1946, 1947, 1951.
Box 25 Folder 10
Correspondence and budget estimates, 1948.
Box 25 Folder 11
Budget estimates, 1949.
Box 25 Folder 12
Correspondence and budget estimates, 1949.
Box 25 Folder 13
Correspondence and library report, 1949-1950.
Box 25 Folder 14
Correspondence and budget estimates, 1950.
Box 25 Folder 15
Library reports, 1950-1951.
Box 25 Folder 16
Library reports, 1951-1952.
Box 25 Folder 17
Correspondence and library report, 1954-1955.
Box 26 Folder 1
Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1956.
Box 26 Folder 2
Correspondence and budget estimates, 1957-1959.
Box 26 Folder 3
List of periodicals at the Boyer Library Leidy Microscopical Society, undated.
Box 26 Folder 4

American Philosophical Society Library Committee, 1940-1942, 1945.
Box 26 Folder 5-6
Eighth American Scientific Congress, 1940.
Box 26 Folder 7-8
Japanese works in certain Philadelphia libraries prepared for the U.S. Army by the Philadelphia Union Library Center, 1943.
Box 26 Folder 9
Philadelphia Metropolitan Library Council, 1941-1944.
Box 26 Folder 10-13
Society for Study of Speciation, undated.
Box 26 Folder 14

Moore's lecture notes, 1904-1910.
Box 27 Folder 1
Moore's lecture notes, 1910-1911, 1914.
Box 27 Folder 2
Season lecture offerings brochures, 1913-1956.
Box 27 Folder 3
Biographical sketch of Christopher Ludwick, 1946-1947.
Box 27 Folder 4
Correspondence and budget, 1945-1946.
Box 27 Folder 5
Correspondence and report, 1945-1947.
Box 27 Folder 6
Correspondence and treasurer report, 1946-1950.
Box 27 Folder 7
Annual meeting minutes, correspondence, report, and budget, 1948.
Box 27 Folder 8
Annual meeting minutes, correspondence, report, and budget, 1949.
Box 27 Folder 9
Correspondence, meeting minutes, and treasurer's report, 1950.
Box 27 Folder 10
Correspondence, 1951.
Box 27 Folder 11
Annual meeting minutes, correspondence, report, treasurer's report and budget, 1952.
Box 28 Folder 1
Correspondence, 1952.
Box 28 Folder 2
Annual meeting minutes, 1952.
Box 28 Folder 3
Annual meeting report, correspondence, treasurer's report, and budget, 1953.
Box 28 Folder 4
October meeting minutes and report, 1953.
Box 28 Folder 5
Annual meeting report and correspondence, 1953-1954.
Box 28 Folder 6
Annual meeting minutes, report and budget, 1954.
Box 28 Folder 7
Correspondence and report, 1954-1956.
Box 28 Folder 8
Annual meeting minutes, report and budget, 1956.
Box 28 Folder 9
Annual meeting minutes, correspondence, report, and budget, 1957-1959.
Box 28 Folder 10
Annual meeting minutes, correspondence, and newspaper clippings, 1960-1963.
Box 28 Folder 11

Mackerel propagation notes and correspondence, 1897.
Box 29 Folder 1
Woods Hole, Massachusetts correspondence, 1908.
Box 29 Folder 2
Letter from H. Frank Moore, 1912.
Box 29 Folder 3
Travel regulations, 1913, 1917.
Box 29 Folder 4
Correspondence regarding Moore's expense account, 1918.
Box 29 Folder 5
Temporary employment and travel order, 1918.
Box 29 Folder 6
Letter to Mr. Brooks, 1918.
Box 29 Folder 7
Field notebook, 1918.
Box 29 Folder 8
Notes on mosquitoes, 1918-1919.
Box 29 Folder 9
Photographs of Carr Pond, 1918, 1919.
Box 29 Folder 10
"Memorandum on the Breeding of Mosquitoes at Carr Pond", 1918.
Box 29 Folder 11
Mosquito control reports, 1918, 1920, undated.
Box 29 Folder 12
Correspondence, 1918-1921.
Box 29 Folder 13
Field notebook, Palisades Park, 1919.
Box 29 Folder 14
Letter to Mr. Brooks, 1919.
Box 29 Folder 15
Correspondence regarding travel expenses, 1919.
Box 29 Folder 16
Temporary employment and travel order, 1919.
Box 29 Folder 17
Mosquito photographs.
Box 29 Folder 18
Notes on mosquitoes, 1919.
Box 30 Folder 1
Correspondence, 1919-1921.
Box 30 Folder 2
Field notebook, 1920.
Box 30 Folder 3
Travel regulations, 1913, 1920.
Box 30 Folder 4
Photographs of conditions of ponds, 1920.
Box 30 Folder 5
Mosquito control report, 1922.
Box 30 Folder 6-7
Correspondence, 1922.
Box 30 Folder 8
"Combating Mosquitoes by Means of Fishes," Engineering Foundation pamphlet, 6 copies, 1923.
Box 30 Folder 9
Notebooks and maps, Algonquin Park, 1936.
Box 30 Folder 10
Blank vouchers, undated.
Box 30 Folder 11
Mosquito control, bibliographic notes, undated.
Box 30 Folder 12
Photograph of unidentified group of people, undated.
Box 30 Folder 13
Bear Mountain map and brochure, undated.
Box 30 Folder 14
Notes on mosquitoes, undated.
Box 31 Folder 1
Blank, "Survey of Mosquitoes and Malaria in Relation to Agriculture" booklet, undated.
Box 31 Folder 2
"Indian Fish of Proved Utility as Mosquito Destroyers," by R.R. Seymour Sewell and B.L. Chaudhuri, undated.
Box 31 Folder 3
Mosquito control report, Palisades Park, undated.
Box 31 Folder 4
Photographic map of Lake Stahahe, undated.
Box 31 Folder 5
Photographs taken in Adirondacks, Au Sable Chasm and Indian Pass, undated.
Box 31 Folder 6

Biographical Research by Edward Drinker Cope, memoir on Joseph Leidy and John Adam Ryder, 1875, 1896, 1912.
Box 31 Folder 7
Edward Drinker Cope, "Synopsis of the Species of the Teid Genus Onemidophorus", 1892.
Box 31 Folder 8
Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania, volume 1, number 1, 1893.
Box 31 Folder 9
A.E. Verrill, "New England Annelids", 1903.
Box 31 Folder 10
Letter from Ade Rleijn, and Stromsten, "Davidson's Mammalian Anatomy", 1914, 1923.
Box 31 Folder 11
American Institute of Sacred Literature pamphlets on religion and science, 1924.
Box 31 Folder 12
New Years Greetings from the Wistar Institute, 1928, 1929.
Box 31 Folder 13
Earthworms pamphlets, 1940.
Box 31 Folder 14
Notulae Naturae reprints, 1943-1944.
Box 31 Folder 15
Reprint index cards, Oligochaeta, undated.
Box 37

Annelid specimens, 1920-1947.
Box 33 Folder 1-29 Box 34 Folder 1-23 Box 35 Folder 1-15 Box 32 Folder 1-10
India expedition and photograph record notebook, 1930-1931.
Box 36 Folder 1-23

Images of fishes and pygmy hippo, undated.
Box 38 Folder 1
Images accompanying Moore's lecture, "What Evolution is Not", undated.
Box 38 Folder 2
Goldfish illustrations accompanying R.T. Hance's article in Journal of Heredity, undated.
Box 38 Folder 3
16mm film reels (84 reels), 1928-1932.
Box 39-42
Lantern slides, 1930-1931, undated.
Box 43-45

Print, Suggest