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Amadeus W. Grabau papers, 1909-1940

Series I: Contents List

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Box 1 Galley proof of "Textbook of Geology", ca. 1920



Box 2 Autograph and typed manuscript drafts of "Principles of Stratigraphy (Part I)", ca. 1913



Box 3 Autograph and typed manuscript drafts of "Principles of Stratigraphy (Part I)" Also includes unidentified typed manuscript., ca. 1913



Box 4 Bound galley proofs and published version of "Principles of Stratigraphy", 1913



Box 5 Typed manuscript of "Geology of Non-Metallic Mineral Deposits Other Than Silicates Vol. II The Geological Succession of Salt Deposits", 1922



Box 6 Autograph manuscript of "Geology of Non-Metallic Mineral Deposits Other Than Silicates Vol. II The Geological Succession of Salt Deposits", pp. 511-1400, ca. 1922



Box 7 Autograph manuscript of "Geology of Non-Metallic Mineral Deposits Other Than Silicates Vol. II The Geological Succession of Salt Deposits", pp. 1401-1688. Also includes article on the Sinian System and "A Memoir on the Devonic Formation of Michigan", ca. 1922-1924



Box 8 Bound autograph manuscripts of "Geology of Non-Metallic Mineral Deposits Other Than Silicates Vol. II The Geological Succession of Salt Deposits", Chapters XV-XXXV, ca. 1922



Box 9 Bound copies of North American Index Fossils: Invertebrates, Volumes I and III, by Grabau and Hervey Woodburn Shimer. The books are inscribed by Grabau to his research assistant Mary Welleck [Garretson], 1909-1910



Box 10 Bound copies of The Rhythms of the Ages and Palaeozoic Formations in the Light of the Pulsations Theory, Volumes II-IV. These books were published in China and are inscribed by Grabau to his research assistant Alice Woodland Graham, 1936-1940