Yellowstone and the Great West: Journals, Letters, and Images from the 1871 Hayden Expedition

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Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. Leidy Papers. Hayden correspondence.
American Heritage Center, Laramie WY. Fryxell Collection. RG 1638.
American Philosophical Society Library, Philadelphia. Peale Papers. RG B/P 31.M.
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Philadelphia. Joseph Leidy Papers. Sec. 1.1. Hayden letters.
Library of Congress, Washington DC. Department of the Interior. RG 48. Hayden letters to Delano.
National Archives, Washington DC. Records of the Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories ( "Hayden Survey Papers"), 1867-70. RG 57. Microfilm 623.
-----. Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, Chief of Topographical Engineers, and Bureau of Explorations and Surveys. RG 77.
-----. Records of the Office of the Interior, 1869-80. RG 48.
New York City Public Library, New York City. William Henry Jackson Journal (typescript of recollections of the 1871 expedition). n.d.
Oberlin College Archives, Oberlin OH. Alumni Records (Necrology Files). RG 28/2.
-----. George Allen Papers. RG 30/67. George Allen Field Notes, 1871. George Allen Journal, 1871. Letters from F. V. Hayden.
-----. James Monroe Papers, RG 30/22. Letters from F. V. Hayden. Letters from George Allen.
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington DC. Office of the Assistant Secretary ( Spencer Baird). Incoming Papers. RG 52.
-----. Office of the Secretary ( Joseph Henry and Spencer Baird). Incoming Papers. RG 26.
United States Geological Survey, Field Records Library, Federal Center, Denver. Peale Journal, June 2-July 3, July 20-Sept. 3, 1871.

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