Consists of materials reflecting the Grinnell's work in the fields of natural history and ecology. The bulk of the collection
is made up of diaries, field notes, and materials relating to early conservation efforts in California. Also included are
drafts of articles by Joseph Grinnell regarding the natural history of the west, personal and professional correspondence
of the Grinnell's, including Joseph Grinnell's work as editor of The Condor, the publication of the Cooper Ornithological
Joseph Grinnell was born on February 27, 1877 near Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory at the Kiowa, Comanche and Wichita Indian
Agency, where his father served as government physician. After living for a short time in Tennessee and in the Dakota Territory,
the family settled in Pasadena, California in 1885. Grinnell attended school in Pasadena and received his B.A. from Throop
Polytechnic Institute (now Caltech) in 1897.
Number of containers: 11 boxes, 1 volume, 1 oversize folder
Linear feet: 5
, 8 digital object (10 images)
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