This collection includes materials from Alfred M. Boyce, an entomologist and first dean of the University of California, Riverside's
College of Agriculture. Items in the collection include agricultural research, photographs, information on the Citrus Experiment
Station, and materials related to the publication of Boyce's memoir,
Odyssey of an Entomologist: Adventures on the Farm, at Sea, and in the University.
Alfred M. Boyce was born in Maryland on May 2, 1901. He attended St. John's College for one year in 1919 before working as
a crewman on a number of ocean liners and freighters. He went back to school in 1923, attending Cornell University for his
bachelor's and master's degrees.
2.00 linear feet
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