This accession consists of correspondence and a subject file documenting Williams' teaching career at the University of North Carolina, his research career with the
National Marine Fisheries Service, and his research on decapod crustacea.
These files were maintained by Austin B. Williams regarding his work on the "Symposium on the Composition and Evolution of Crustaceans in the Cold and Temperate Waters
of the World Ocean," held in Beaufort, North Carolina, May 1978.
This accession consists of professional correspondence of Austin B. Williams, an invertebrate zoologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service. Most of the correspondence
is with professional colleagues and documents Williams' research on decapod crustacea.
This accession consists of field notes of Raymond B. Manning (1934-2000), curator in the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology. Manning's
specialty was the study of Decapoda. Many of these materials document research in Tunisia. Materials include field data sheets, notes, correspondence, postcards, maps, microfilm,
and punch cards.
This accession consists of the professional correspondence of Austin B. Williams, an invertebrate zoologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service. Correspondence
relates to specimens, meetings, publications, exhibitions, and reviews. Also included are travel journals and photographs.
This accession consists of plates that Waldo L. Schmitt provided to the Dutch publishing firm, Antiquariaat Junk, which was interested in republishing his M.A. thesis,
"The Marine Decapod Crustacea of California." In total there are 33 Schmitt plates plus 7 plates taken from work done by Mary Jane Rathbun, which was published as Bulletin
97 of the United States National Museum. For related correspondence see Record Unit 7231, Box 41, Folder 12.
4.5 cu. ft. (4 record storage boxes) (1 document box) 1 (oversize item)
This accession primarily consists of the professional correspondence of Austin B. Williams, an invertebrate zoologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service. Materials
also include manuscripts, reviews, newsletters, photographs, certificates, maps, newspaper clippings, and log books.