The Calvert E. Norland Manuscript, Print, and Artifact Collection measures 4 linear feet plus 161 items and date from 2nd century, A.D. to 1995. The collection is arranged in four series.
Calvert E. Norland (1908 – 2002) was born June 24, 1908 in Los Angeles, later moving to Orange County, California in 1911
where he attended public schools. His interest in entomology led to studies at Santa Ana Junior College and Pomona College
where he graduated magna cum laude in 1931. It was during this time he met and married his wife, Elisabeth Davenport Crow, also a graduate of Pomona College.
The young couple moved to Berkeley where Mr. Norland continued his studies, receiving his M.S. from University of California
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This collection is open for research.