Loye Holmes Miller (1874-1970) was a professor of biology at UCLA and contributed 100 papers on fossil and recent vertebrates
of the Pacific Coast to various publishers. The collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, recordings, and photographs.
Loye Holmes Miller was born on October 13, 1874 in Minden, Los Angeles; BS (1898), MS (1903), Ph.D (1912), University of California;
instructor in natural science, Oahu College, Honolulu (1900-03); instructor in biology (1904-18), assistant professor (1919-20),
associate professor (1920-23), professor (1923-43), UCLA; member, American Society of Naturalists; president of the board
of governors, Cooper Ornithological Club; contributed 100 papers on fossil and recent vertebrates of the Pacific Coast to
various publishers; published books include The Marital Tie in Birds (1919?) and Lifelong Boyhood: Recollections of a Naturalist Afield (1950); he died on April 6, 1970.
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