Skip to main content

Faculty Records (University Of Maine). Professor Krohn (William B.) Caribou Transplant Papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA RG 0011-022

Scope and Contents

Material gathered by William B. Krohn, leader of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Professor of Wildlife Ecology at the University of Maine, that documents a project to reintroduce caribou in the state of Maine. Includes clippings, newsletters, correspondence, memoranda, etc., many issued by the Maine Caribou Transplant Corporation. Accompanied by clippings and articles, 1937-1991, about caribou given to Krohn by Ralph S. Palmer, a zoologist, author and professor.

Dates

  • 1964-1996
  • Majority of material found within 1986-1996

Restrictions on Access

Kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage facility. One week's notice required for retrieval.

Restrictions on Use

Information on literary rights available in the repository.

Extent

1 box (Half size box)

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

Physically the folders are arranged by subject. Revised file names and dates were added.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of William B. Krohn.

Appraisal

Duplicate copies of clippings were destroyed by the processing archivist.

Accruals

Accruals of records related to the Caribou Transplant Project are not anticipated.

General

Formerly SpC MS 1077.

Processing Information

Processed by Matthew Revitt, November 2018, Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department. Processing involved the creation of this finding aid.
Title
University Of Maine. Professor Krohn (William B.) Caribou Transplant Papers
Status
Completed
Author
Matthew Revitt
Date
November 28, 2018
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
English.

Repository Details

Part of the Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives Repository

Contact:
5729 Raymond H. Fogler Library
University of Maine
Orono ME 04469-5729 United States
207-581-1686