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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence

Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States

Publications

Academic Work

Teaching Material

Research Material

Museum of Texas Tech University

Periodicals

Miscellaneous

Photographs

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Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Clyde Jones:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1866-2006 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Jones, Clyde, 1935-
Title: Clyde Jones Papers,
Dates: 1866-2006 and undated
Abstract: Papers of scholar Clyde Jones from 1866-2006 and undated.
Collection #: R35.2
Quantity: 9 boxes (9 linear feet)
Language: English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Clyde Jones was born on March 3, 1935 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He died in Lubbock on April 6, 2015. After graduating from Burwell High School, he studied at Hastings College, Nebraska. He received his BS in 1957. He graduated from the University of New Mexico, where he received both the MS (1960) and PhD (1964). In 1979, Dr. Jones became chief of the mammal section of the Bird and Mammal Laboratories of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service housed in the U.S. National Museum of Natural History. He returned to Texas Tech in 1982, serving as professor of biological sciences and curator of mammals at the Natural Science Research Laboratory of Texas Tech. He was a Paul Whitfield Horn Professor.

Book publications include:

  • Jones, Clyde, ed. With Paisley S. Cato. Natural History Museums: Directions for Growth. Lubbock: TTU Press, 1991.
  • Jones, Clyde, with Jerry R. Choate, J. Knox Jones, Jr. Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1994.
  • Jones, Clyde. Additions to the Mammalian Fauna of Big Bend Ranch State Park, Texas. Lubbock: NSRL, 2008.

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Scope and Contents

The collection is in good condition and is part of the James Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community and the Natural World.

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Organization

The collection is organized by book titles and by types of materials such as correspondence, research and teaching material.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Some archival collections may be housed in storage outside of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library building. Requests to retrieve such materials may take up to 10 business days to complete. Please contact our Reference Department to arrange retrieval.

Audio, video, and film recordings may not be immediately accessible due to format, condition, or copyright status. All items must be digitized prior to patron use. Because not all collections materials have been digitized, please contact the Reference Archivist at least 10 days prior to arrival in order to coordinate digitization. Though we can digitize much of our holdings within two weeks, some media may be fragile and require specialized digitization outsourcing, which can take up to three months for completion.

Use Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law.

Copy requests in excess of 5 pages must be approved by the donor or his representative.

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Jones, Clyde, 1935-
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Archives.
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Correspondence.
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Maunscripts.
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Research.
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Travel.
Jones, Clyde, 1935--Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States.

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Related Materials

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Clyde Jones Papers, 1866-2006 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Accession Information

Collection accession #(s):
2008-0091-B, 2008-0092-B, 2011-0194-A, 2015-0152-B

Donations, 2008, 2011 and 2015

Processing Information

Processed by: Dr. Diane Warner, Kristin Loyd, Ashley Leal, Kristin Pustejovsky, Elaine Tveit, 2016.

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence

Box Folder
1 1 “Bat Study Workshop at Big Bend Ranch,” 1989-1994 and undated
2 “Bibliography–Sierra Del Carmen,” 1993
3 “Big Bend Ranch,” 1992-1993 and undated
4 “Biodiversity Workshop–Tulane University, NSF,” 1992-1993 and undated
5 “Collecting Permit–New Mexico,” 1988-1998
6 “Collecting Permit–Texas,” 1988-1998 and undated
7 Estes, James [Jim], 1995
8 “Goodpaster, Woody [Woodrow],” 1996-1998 and undated
9 “Gray Ranch,” 1995
10 “Harte Ranch,” 1990-1993 and undated
11 Professional Ethics in Museums, graduate-level course, 1984-1985 and undated
12 “Small Mammal Workshop at Big Bend Ranch,” includes curricula and evaluations, 1993-1994

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Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States

Box Folder
1 13 Correspondence, editorial, photograph permissions, 1991-1995 and undated
14 Correspondence, “Mammals of the South-Central States,” 1987-1990 and undated
15 Correspondence, response to editorial changes, October 1992
16 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, galley, includes correspondence, March-April 1994
17 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, galley, April 1994
18 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, copyedited typescript, [1992?]
19 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft (1), p. 1-108, undated
20 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft (2), p. 1-108, undated
21 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft, p. 1-106, undated
22 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft, p. 8-120, undated
23 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft, includes introduced species, glossary, index and bibliography, undated
24 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, draft, includes introduction, checklist, bibliography, and figures legend, undated
Box Folder
2 1 Handbook of Mammals of the South-Central States, various drafts, undated
2 Advertising flyers, Louisiana State University Press, includes correspondence, April 1995
3 Maps, blank, [1988?]
4 Maps, undated
5 Promotional copy, Louisiana State University Press, includes correspondence, March 1994
6 Reviews, royalty statements, 1992-1996

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Publications

Box Folder
2 7 Additional Records of Shrews in New Mexico, and Additional Records of Bats in New Mexico, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 42, no. 3-4, August-November 1961
8 Annotated Checklist of Marine Mammals of Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 244, September 28, 2005
9 Annotated Checklist of Recent Land Mammals of Oklahoma, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 181, October 20, 1998
10 Annotated Checklist of Recent Land Mammals of Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 119, May 27, 1988
11 Annotated Checklist of Recent Land Mammals of Texas, 1998, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 182, November 16, 1998
12 Annotated Checklist of the Recent Mammals of Mississippi, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 128, June 30, 1989
13 Annotated Checklist of Recent Mammals of Northwestern Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 111, October 20, 1987
14 Atlas of Fishes of the Upper Red River System in Texas and Oklahoma, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 246, October 12, 2005
15 Bibliography 1960-1982, undated
16 Callicebus moloch, in Mammalian Species, no. 112, December 1978
17 The Choice of Perch Dimensions by Lizards of the Genus Anolis (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae), in Journal of Herpetology, vol. 10, no. 2, 1976
18 Comments on Myosciurus Pumilio, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 51, no. 4, November 1970
19 Comparative Ecology of Cercocebus Albigena (Gray) and Cercocebus Torquatus (Kerr) in Rio Muni, West Africa, in Folia primat., vol. 9, 1968
20 Dendrohyrax dorsalis, in Mammalian Species, no. 113, December 1978
21 Dipodomys elator., in Mammalian Species, no. 232, 1985
22 Distribution, Natural History, and Status of the Palo Duro Mouse, Peromyscus Truei Comanche, in Texas, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 48, no.1, February 1996
23 The Distribution and Taxonomy of Tamias Striatus at the Southern Limits of Its Geographic Range, in Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, vol. 91, no. 4, 1978
24 Distributional Checklist of the Mammals along the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, in Occasional Papers, Tulane University Museum of Natural History, no. 3, November 1982
25 Distributional Notes on Some Mammals from the Edwards Plateau and Adjacent Areas of South Central Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 110, September 16, 1987
26 Distributional Records of Small Mammals from the Texas Panhandle, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 49, no. 1, February 1997
27 Economics and Conservation, in Biology of Bats of the New World Family, Phyllostomatidae, Part I, 1976
28 Geographic Variation in the Yellow-Nosed Cotton Rat, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 41, no. 4, November 11, 1960
29 Growth and Development of the Free-Tailed Bat, Tadarida Brasiliensis Cynocephala (Le Conte), in The Southwest Naturalist, vol. 19, no. 3, September 1974
30 Homeothermy in Carollia (Phyllostomatidae: Chiroptera) and the Adaptation of Poikilothermy in Insectivorous Northern Bats, in Lozania, no. 14, April 8, 1967
31 Letter to the Editor, Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 51, no. 4, November 1970
32 The Long-Nose Bat in New Mexico, in The Southwestern Naturalist, vol. 8, no. 3, November 1963
33 Mammals Imported into the United States in 1968, Special Scientific Report--Wildlife, no. 137, November 1970
34 The Mammals of Justiceburg Wildlife Management Area and Adjacent Areas, Garza and Kent Counties, Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 161, June 10, 1996
35 The Mammals of Kimble County, Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 160, June 10, 1996
36 The Mammals of Lake Meredith National Recreation Area and Adjacent Areas, Hutchinson, Moore, and Potter Counties, Texas, in Occasional Papers Museum Texas Tech University, no. 174, March 17, 1998
37 Mammals of the Northern Texas Panhandle, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 126, December 22, 1988
38 Mammals of the Riparian Region of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon Area of Arizona, in Occasional Papers, Tulane University Museum of Natural History, no. 2, September 1978
39 A New Plethodontid Salamander from Sonora, Mexico, in Contributions in Science, no. 140, June 14, 1968
40 New United States Record of The Mexican Big-Eared Bat, and Geographic Variation in the Least Cotton Rat in New Mexico, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 42, no. 1 and vol. 44, no. 3, 1961-1963
41 Northernmost Records of Some Neotropical Bat Genera, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 46, no. 2, May 1965
42 Notes and Discussion, in The American Midland Naturalist, vol. 76, no. 2, October 1966
43 Notes on a Population of Pipistrellus Subflavus in Southern Louisiana, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 49, no. 1, February 20, 1968
44 Notes on Distribution and Natural History of Some Bats on the Edwards Plateau and in Adjacent Areas of Texas, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 39, no. 3, August 1987
45 Notes on Ecological Relationships of Four Species of Lorisids in Rio Muni, West Africa, in Folia primat., vol. 11, 1969
46 Notes on the Natural History of Plecotus Rafinesquii, in Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Louisiana State University, July 1975
47 Notes on Red Bats, Lasiurus (chiroptera: vespertinlionidae) of the Davis Mountains and Vicinity, Texas, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 51, no. 4, 1999
48 Notes on Some Mammals of North-Central Texas, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 115, December 24, 1987
49 Notes on the Distribution and Ecology of the Higher Primates of Rio Muni, West Africa, in Tulane Studies in Zoology, vol. 14, no. 3, September 1967
50 Noteworthy Records of Mammals from the Texas Panhandle, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 39, no. 1, February 1987
51 Observations on Lepus Callotis in New Mexico, in Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, vol. 88, no. 5, April 1975
52 Ochotona collaris, in Mammalian Species, no. 281, February 1987
53 Plecotus rafinesquii, in Mammalian Species, no. 69, June 1977
54 Possible Himalayan Color Pattern in Eutamias, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 41, no. 1, February 20, 1960
55 Professional Ethics and Motives, in The Natural Resource Agency-Its People and Organization, June 1982
56 Rare and Endangered Biota of Florida, in Mammals vol. 1, includes correspondence, 1978-1979
57 Review of “The IUCN Mammal Red Data Book, Part 1,” in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 64, no. 3, August 1983
58 Review of Mammals of Arizona, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 68, no. 2, May 1987
59 Review of The Order of Man: A Biomathematical Anatomy of the Primates, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 65, no. 3, August 1984
60 Review of “Texas Mammals East of the Balcones Fault Zone,” in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 65, no. 2, May 1984
61 Revised Checklist of North American Mammals North of Mexico, 1986, in Occasional Papers The Museum Texas Tech University, no. 107, December 12, 1986
62 Revised Checklist of North American Mammals North of Mexico, 1997, in Occasional Papers Museum Texas Tech University, no. 173, December 19, 1997
63 The Role of Federal Agencies in Fish and Wildlife Research, in Wildlife and Fisheries Research Needs, includes correspondence, 1979-1980
64 Seasonal Distribution of The Hoary Bat, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 45, no. 3, September 1965
65 Second Record of Lyre Snake Trimorphodon Vilkinson in New Mexico, in The Southwestern Naturalist, vol. 8, no. 3, November 1963
66 Session 5–Feeding Habits, Worldwide Furbearer Conference Proceedings, August 1980
67 Status of the Texas Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys Elator), in Texas Journal Science, vol. 40, no. 3, August 1988
68 Sticks Used by Chimpanzees in Rio Muni, West Africa, in Nature, vol. 223, no. 5201, July 5, 1969
69 Stomach Contents and Gastro-Intestinal Relationships of Monkeys Collected in Rio Muni, West Africa, in Extrait De Mammalia, [vol. 34, no. 1], March 1970
70 Survival of an Escaped Callicebus Moloch in Southern Louisiana, in Laboratory Primate Newsletter, vol. 9, 1970
71 Tubulidentates, Proboscideans, and Hydracoideans, in Orders and Families of Recent Mammals of the World, 1984
72 Unusual Habitats of Grasshopper Mice in New Mexico, in Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 41, no. 2, May 20, 1960
73 Vertebrate Remains Found in Barn Owl Pellets from Wilbarger County, Texas, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 43, no. 3, 1991
74 The Western Yellow Bat, Lasiurus Xanthinus (chiroptera: vespertilionidae), from the Davis Mountains, Texas, in Texas Journal of Science, vol. 51, no. 3, 1999
75 Wildlife Research and Ecological Problems in Baja California, in Proceedings of The National Audubon Society Symposium: The Birds of Mexico, Their Ecology and Conservation, 1980

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Academic Work

Box Folder
2 76 “Bats in the Old Railroad Tunnel Quitaque, Briscoe County, Texas,” includes correspondence, 1995-1998 and undated
77 Distribution and Variation of the Mexican Vole in New Mexico, Master’s thesis, 1960
78 “Studies of Recent Mammals on Caprock Canyon State Park,” includes correspondence, 1994-1997 and undated
79 “Survey of Recent Mammals on the Lubbock Lake Landmark State Historical Park,” 1995-1996

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Teaching Material

Box Folder
2 80 Dept. of Biological Sciences, “Biology 1402 Committee,” 1989-1991
81 Dept. of Biological Sciences, “Curriculum Committee,” includes correspondence, 1988-1992 and undated
82 Dept. of Biological Sciences, “Institute for Environmental Sciences,” includes correspondence, 1990-1991 and undated
Box Folder
3 1 Dept. of Biological Sciences, “Student Retention,” 1988-1990 and undated
2 Dept. of Biological Sciences, “Systematics and Evolutionary Biology,” 1988-1995 and undated
3 Museum Administration II, includes student essays, 1985
4 Professional Ethics in Museums, includes roster and student essays, 1986 and undated
5 Professional Ethics in Museums, includes student essays, 1983 and undated
6 Professional Ethics in Museums, includes student essays, 1985-1986
7 Professional Ethics in Museums (Museum Science 5310), includes exams, essay prompts and examples, 1985-1986 and undated
8 Thesis, Maryann Rose Lynch, Biosystematics of the Genus Reithrodontomys on the Southern High Plains, includes correspondence, 1995
9 Miscellaneous articles and essays, includes museum collecting practices, accreditation, marketing and ethics, 1964-1985 and undated

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Research Material

Box Folder
3 10 Archaeological Society of New Mexico, includes correspondence, 1995
11 Articles/museum resources, includes museum management, 1980-1986 and undated
12 Bat Study Workshop, 1989-1993 and undated
13 “Central Croatia,” 1972-1991 and undated
14 Checklists for animals of Grand Canyon, Llano Estacado, Lake Meredith and others, 1914-1993 and undated
15 “Distribution and Roosting…(P.M. Cryan, 1991),” 1997
16 Field notes and data, includes correspondence, [1994?]-1998 and undated
17 “TDH-Rabies Results,” 1993-1994
18 “USGS-BRD Study of Bat Populations at Los Alamos…,” 1997
19 The Vegetation Types of Texas, Including Cropland, Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept., 1984
Box Folder
4 1 Miscellaneous articles, 1866-1923
2 Miscellaneous articles, 1932-1938
3 Miscellaneous articles, 1940-1946
4 Miscellaneous articles, 1950-1953
5 Miscellaneous articles, 1954-1959
6 Miscellaneous articles, 1962-1965
7 Miscellaneous articles, 1966-1969
8 Miscellaneous articles, 1970-1972
9 Miscellaneous articles, 1973
10 Miscellaneous articles, 1974-1977
11 Miscellaneous articles, 1978
12 Miscellaneous articles, 1979
13 Miscellaneous articles, 1980
Box Folder
5 1 Miscellaneous articles, January–June 1981
2 Miscellaneous articles, July-December 1981
3 Miscellaneous articles, 1982
4 Miscellaneous articles, 1983
5 Miscellaneous articles, 1984
6 Miscellaneous articles, 1985
7 Miscellaneous articles, 1986
8 Miscellaneous articles, 1987
Box Folder
6 1 Miscellaneous articles, 1988
2 Miscellaneous articles, 1989
3 Miscellaneous articles, 1990
4 Miscellaneous articles, 1991
5 Miscellaneous articles, 1992
6 Miscellaneous articles, 1993
7 Miscellaneous articles, 1994
8 Miscellaneous articles, 1995
9 Miscellaneous articles, 1996
10 Miscellaneous articles, 1997-1999
11 Miscellaneous articles, 2000-2005
12 Miscellaneous articles, undated
Box Folder
7 1 Miscellaneous articles, includes Spanish, Portuguese, and French language articles, 1885-1989
2 Miscellaneous articles, includes Spanish, Portuguese, and German language articles, 1990-1992
3 Miscellaneous articles, includes Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and French language articles, 1993-1994

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Museum of Texas Tech University

Box Folder
7 4 “Agreement – NSRL and DMNH,” 1994-1997
5 Correspondence, “Anales del Instituto de Biologia Serie Zoologia,” 1989
6 “Collection Manager,” includes correspondence, 1989-1991 and undated
7 “Conservation Survey – NSRL,” 1990 and undated
8 Enhancement of Collections and Safety at the Museum, proposal to National Science Foundation, 1998
9 Enhancement of Collections and Safety at the Museum, Texas Tech University, proposal, 1997
10 Gallery guides, pamphlets, 1985-1987 and undated
11 Mailing List for Mammalogy, May 1983
12 Mammal Collection, inventory, May 1998
13 Mammal Collection, organization and backlog, 1998
14 MuseNews, vol. 6, no. 1-2, 1996
15 “Museum Publications,” includes correspondence, 1987-1992 and undated
16 “National Biological Survey,” National Museum of Natural History, includes correspondence, 1993-1994 and undated
17 Natural Science Research Lab (NSRL), includes correspondence, collection management policy, 1995-1997 and undated
18 Natural Science Research Lab (NSRL), includes facility and equipment upgrades and maintenance, 1993-1995 and undated
19 Natural Science Research Laboratory, Collection Manager Applications, 1995 and undated
20 “Natural Science Research Laboratory,” includes correspondence, administrative documents, 1985-1997 and undated
21 “Standards for the Management and Care of Recent Mammal Collections,” American Society of Mammalogists, April 1992
22 “Texas Parks and Wildlife Department,” includes correspondence, 1990-1992 and undated
23 “Zuni Museum,” includes correspondence, 1984-1985 and undated

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Periodicals

Box Folder
8 1 Museum News, vol. 62, no. 5, June 1984
2 Science, vol. 202, no. 4365, November 1978
3 Smithsonian, vol. 37, no. 3, June 2006
4 Southwest Airlines Magazine, vol. 13, no. 8, March 1984
5 Texas Association of Museums Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 2, 1984
6 The Unesco Courier, no. 9, September 1983
7 Vistas: Texas Tech Research, vol. 1, no. 3, 1991

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Miscellaneous

Box Folder
8 8 “Advisory Committee,” Strategic Planning Report, 1990 and undated
9 Draft Alternatives for the Colorado River Management Plan, June 1981
10 “Edwards Plateau Base Maps,” undated
11 “Hantaviruses,” 1993
12 Harvard Business Review, articles, 1974-1982
13 “Laptop Paperwork,” 1998
14 Museum articles, advertisements, pamphlets, 1983-1988 and undated
15 Museums in Crisis, p. 91-160, [1972?]
16 North American Fauna, bibliography, undated
17 Pagels, John. F., “Chapters/Proceedings,” 1991-1992 and undated
18 Pagels, John. F., “CV,” includes correspondence, 1992 and undated
19 Pagels, John. F., “Educational Articles,” 1987-1992
20 Pagels, John. F., “Journal Publications,” 1968-1992 and undated
21 Report of the Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee on the State of Teaching at Texas Tech University, October 1990
22 Scientific ethics, pamphlets, 1980-1988
23 Spread the Responsibility for Museum Documentation, and Today for Tomorrow, SAMDOK publications, 1980-1982
24 Teacher’s Video Company: Science, catalog, 1998
25 Texas Mammalian Species Accounts Missing, includes bibliography, undated
26 Texas Tech University Press, Biological and Museum Sciences publications and reviews, 1993 and undated
27 “Texas Tech University Press Editorial Committee,” includes correspondence, 1991-1993 and undated
28 “Travel,” 1985-1995 and undated
29 Miscellaneous articles and notes, includes American Association of Museums, Association of Art Museum Directors, management and museum practices, 1976-1985 and undated

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Photographs

Box Folder
8 30 Jones, Clyde, undated
31 Quitaque, Briscoe County, Texas, undated

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Oversize

Box Item
9 1 11 decorative pins, attached to black felt strip, 1978-2000 and undated
2 Big Bend Ranch State Natural Area, map, undated
3 Birds of the Texas South Plains, brochure, November 1978
4 Caprock Canyons State Park, map, 1996
5 Caprock Canyons Trailway, map, 1998
6 A Checklist: Birds of the Grand Canyon Region, brochure, undated
7 Mammal Mailing List, 51 p., [May 1983?]
8 Neighbors: An Invitational Exhibition, The Museum, Texas Tech University, brochure, [1986?]
9 Panther Path: Self Guiding Nature Trail, Big Bend National Park, brochure, 1985
10 Texas State Parks, Park Information Guide, 1999
11 Worldwide Furbearers Conference, Northern River Otter, illustration, 1980
12 Zip Parallel Port Installation Guide, 1997
13 Zip Parallel Port Printer Installation Guide, 1997
14 Zip Parallel Port User’s Guide, 1997

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Oversize OS27.5

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1 Big Bend Ranch State Natural Area, map, 2 copies, undated
Item
2 Texas Official Highway Travel Map, undated
Item
3 The Vegetation Types of Texas, map, 1984

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