Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Contains photographic slides and photocopies of James W. Bee's journals documenting his work, travel, and research as a naturalist and a zoologist in Utah, Kansas, Washington, and other places around the world. These include observations of nature, including of plants and animals. The journals also include some photographs and drawings to illustrate James W. Bee's writing. Some slides depict Bee's personal and family life. Dated approximately 1927 to 1995.
Contains research and teaching materials, comprised mainly of Hayward's field notes and personal research. It also contains Hayward's personal correspondence.
Contains Robert G. Bee's field notes from his lengthy study of birds and their nesting behaviors. Most of his research focus on birds native to Utah. The notes date from 1924-1962.