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Guide to the Loye Holmes Miller papers, 1899-1957
BANC MSS C-B 997  
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Correspondence as zoologist and ornithologist, University of California; diaries concerning U.C. expedition to fossil beds of the John Day River, Oregon, 1899, Hawaii from 1900 to 1903, marine expedition on the Albatross off the coast of California in 1904, eastern lecture tour, 1921, with H.C. Bryant for National Park promotion, and Tahoe trip, July-August, 1919.
Loye Holmes Miller, biologist, zoologist and ornithologist, was born on October 13, 1874 in Minden, Louisiana. He came to California as a boy and later studied at the University of California. His teaching career in biology began at Oahu College on Honolulu, from 1900 to 1903, and continued at the State Normal School in Los Angeles, and at the University of California in Los Angeles. In 1904 he was scientific assistant to Professor Ritter on the marine exploration cruise of the Albatross, working from San Diego to Point Concepción.
Number of container: 1 box Linear feet: 0.5
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