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Guide to the Miklos D. F. Udvardy papers
MSS 2011/11  
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Description
Miklos Udvardy was a research biologist, curator, and professor that specialized in the study of Ornithology and Biogeographical research. He was a professor at the University of British Columbia and at California State University, Sacramento. He was a visiting professor at the University of Hawaii, University of California, Los Angeles, University of Bonn, Germany, and the National University of Honduras. His papers consists of correspondence, reports, research data, teaching materials, maps, photographs, negatives, slides and artifacts. Dr. Udvardy contributed 191 papers, 8 books, and 3 maps to scientific literature, mostly in the fields of ornithology, biogeography, and vegetation classification.
Background
1919 – Born in Debrecen, Hungary (March 23) Miklos D.F. (Dezso Ferenc) Udvardy (1919-1998) Also Miklos “Nick” Udvardy. He was born in Debrecen, Hungary, on March 23, 1919. His mother was Elizabeth Komlossy and his father was Miklos Udvardy. His wife was Maud Bjorklund and they were married on Feb 11, 1951 and had three children: Beatrix, Andrew, and Monica.
Extent
22.5 Linear feet (18 record cartons)
Restrictions
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Availability
Collection is open for research. Some restrictions may apply.