• Creator
  • Kincaid, Trevor, 1872-1970
  • Created Date
  • 1912
  • Description
  • Professor of Zoology, Trevor Kincaid, writes to President of the University, Thomas F. Kane, to notify him of the possibility of obtaining two chimpanzee specimens for the school's museum. He writes that a chimpanzee has recently died in a show held downtown in Seattle and that he has worked with museum curator, Frank S. Hall, to procure the body and have it stuffed by a taxidermist. Kincaid notes that a second smaller chimpanzee has also died... more
    Professor of Zoology, Trevor Kincaid, writes to President of the University, Thomas F. Kane, to notify him of the possibility of obtaining two chimpanzee specimens for the school's museum. He writes that a chimpanzee has recently died in a show held downtown in Seattle and that he has worked with museum curator, Frank S. Hall, to procure the body and have it stuffed by a taxidermist. Kincaid notes that a second smaller chimpanzee has also died and that it has been taken as well. Kincaid closes with a recommendation that both chimpanzees be stuffed and mounted for the museum. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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