Joye Harold Severaid specialized in mammology and the natural history of the Sacramento area. An active conservationist, Dr.
Severaid served on the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Zoological Society and co-edited the society’s bulletin. He also
served as President and Chair of the Save the American River Association and was the CSUS representative to the 58th National
Audubon Society Convention in 1962. The collection consists of reports, correspondence, diaries, maps, photographs and artifacts.
1915 – Joye Harold Severaid was born in Boone, Iowa (July)Joye Harold Severaid was born in July 1915 in Boone, Iowa. He received a Bachelors of Science degree in Zoology from Iowa
State College in 1938, a Masters of Science degree in Wildlife Conservation from the University of Maine in 1941 and a Masters
of Art degree in Vertebrate Zoology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1949. He obtained a Doctoral Degree in
Vertebrate Zoology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1955.
20.0 Linear feet
(16 record cartons, 1 oversize box)
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