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Scope and content
Series consists of a single file containing correspondence between P.A. Taverner, Ornithologist, and several prominent amateur ornithologists including R.O. Merriman and J.L. Baillie, Jr. Also included in the file is a 1934 speech delivered by Taverner on the subject of the National Museum of Canada.
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Biography / Administrative history
P.A. Taverner (1875-1947) was employed by the Geological Survey of Canada as an Ornithologist. His period of service with the Survey was from 1911 to 1942, during which time he became head of the Ornithological Division. RG45 General Inventory
Related control no.
1. 1986-87/148 GAD
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