Stanley Fuller Bailey (1906-1981) served as Professor of Entomology at the
University of California, Davis. His research focused on agricultural entomology, specifically bean thrips,
pear thrips and the peach twig borer. His papers contain correspondence to researchers and growers regarding
the control of crop pests, as well as manuscripts of some of his writings, including several on thrips.
Stanley Fuller Bailey was born August 1, 1906 in Middleboro, Massachusetts. He graduated with a degree in
Entomology from the University of Massachusetts in 1929 and received a Ph.D. from the University of
California, Berkeley in 1931.
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