Correspondence, accounts and manuscripts, relating mainly to the activities of the Cooper Ornithological Club and its publication,
The Condor, and to the collection, preservation and identification of zoological specimens in Alaska and California.
Joseph Grinnell, noted ornithologist and first director of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology of the University of California,
the son of author and naturalist Elizabeth Grinnell and of Dr. Fordyce Grinnell, a government physician to the Plains' Indians,
was born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, on February 27, 1877. Grinnell grew up in Pasadena, attended Throop Polytechnic Institute,
and obtained his doctorate from Stanford, He later taught at both of these institutions.
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