There are three notebooks with observations on birds in the collection of C.J. Kettlewell. The entries in the volumes are arranged according to families of birds, and each entry has the name of the bird, list of specimens, various notes and measurements. The University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge lists only one skin collected by C.T. [not C.J.] Kettlewell in 1883.
Birds in the Collection of Kettlewell
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- ReferenceGB 433 Kettlewell
- Dates of Creation1883
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description3 volumes
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Administrative / Biographical History
There are no biographical details about C. J. Kettlewell. He was (or was related to) Charles Kettlewell of Dumbleton Hall, Evesham, Gloucestershire, who was the owner of the screw schooner Marchesa.
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Description compiled by Kees Rookmaaker, Archives Hub project archivist
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