THIS DOCUMENT IS FROM "THE GRAND CANYON"—A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GRAND CANYON AND THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER. INTERNET EDITION. COMPILED AND EDITED BY EARLE E. SPAMER. COPYRIGHT © GRAND CANYON ASSOCIATION, GRAND CANYON, AZ 86023.


MEMORIALS (BY NAME OF DECEDENT)

Biographical memorials, necrologies, and obituary notices that refer to the Grand Canyon and lower Colorado River

This part lists only obituary notices and commemorative or retrospective memorials, listed by the name of the decedent. The authors of the sketches are appended to the end of each entry. Such sketches are cited here only if the citationist refers to the Grand Canyon or the Colorado River. A few pertinent miscellaneous biographical sketches of prominent persons in the history of the area are also included. Traditional biographies as books and articles are listed in 2. General.

To refer to memorials by author name or by citation number, see Part 4. Memorials.

Bartlett, Thelma [decedent]

1992 Deaths. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(2):6. — Unsigned

Bayer, James Gilbert [decedent]

1997 Bayer. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):15. — O'Connor Dale [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.]

Bennett, Marvin ( -1999) [decedent]

1999 Marvin Bennett. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(8):4. — Unsigned

Bishop, Francis Marion (1843-1933) [decedent]

1981 Bishop, Francis Marion 1843-1933. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 20. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Bradney, Frank L. (1914-1999) [decedent]

1999 Frank L. Bradney. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(8):4. — Unsigned

Bremner, Dugald [decedent]

1997 Dugald Bremner. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), (July):12. — Tom Martin

1997 Downriver. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):18-20. — Scott Thybony

1997 [Verse.] Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):20. — Steve Munsell

Burke, Carol (1934-1998) [decedent]

1998 Carol Burke, 1934-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(3)(Summer):13. — Unsigned

Campbell, Ian (1899-1978) [decedent]

1981 Memorial to Ian Campbell, 1899-1978. Geological Society of America, 9 pp. — Richard H. Johns <Mon. 8: 12-5>

Carber, Joy Ungricht (1952-1992) [decedent]

1992 Joy. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(4)(Fall):7. — Unsigned

Castaρeda, Pedro de [decedent]

1981 Castaρeda, Pedro de fl. 1540-1542. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 39. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Cole, Harry James [decedent]

1996 Eulogy for Harry James Cole. Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(5):4-5. — Al Richmond

Coues, Elliott (1842-1899) [decedent]

1909 Biographical memoir of Elliott Coues, 1842-1899. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 6:395-446 (see pp. 410-413). — J. A. Allen

Crampton, C. Gregory (1911-1995) [decedent]

1995 In memoriam: C. Gregory Crampton, 1911-95. Utah Historical Quarterly, 63(4)(Fall):370-373. — Charles S. Peterson

1995 In memorium [sic]; C. Gregory Crampton. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Fall):15. — Staff of Grand Canyon Trust

Darrah, William Culp (1909-1989) [decedent]

1989 In memoriam; William Culp Darrah (1909-1989). Pennsylvania Geology, 20(5)(October):2. — Elsie Darrah Morey <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1995 William Culp Darrah (1909-1989): A portrait. In: Lyons, Paul C., Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Wagner, Robert H. (eds.), Historical perspective of early twentieth century Carboniferous paleobotany in North America; in memory of William Culp Darrah. Geological Society of America, Memoir 185, pp. 1-22. — Elsie Darrah Morey and Paul C. Lyons

Darton, Nelson Horatio (1865-1948) [decedent]

1981 Darton, Nelson Horatio 1865-1948. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 56. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Davis, William Morris (1850-1934) [decedent]

1934 William Morris Davis, an appreciation. Scientific Monthly, 38(April):384-387. — John P. Buwalda

1981 Davis, William Morris 1850-1934. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 57. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel (1853-1935) [decedent]

1935 Frederick S. Dellenbaugh. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 9(12):389-390. — G. L. C.

1981 Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel 1853-1935. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 58. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

1994 Frederick S. Dellenbaugh 1854-1935. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 36-37. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, March, 1935.] — George L. Collins

Dudley, John (Jack) [decedent]

1997 Award-winning artist passes away. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 3(1)(Spring):4. — Unsigned

Dutton, Clarence Edward (1841-1912) [decedent]

1958 Clarence Edward Dutton; May 15, 1841-January 4, 1912. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 32:132-145. — Chester R. Longwell

1981 Dutton, Clarence Edward 1841-1912. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 64-65. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Diamond, Derryl [decedent]

1995 Derryl Diamond. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(3):17. — Unsigned

Diamond, William August [decedent]

1997 Bill Diamond. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):14-15. — The Diamond Family [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.]

Egloffstein, F. W. von (ca. 1824-1898) [decedent]

1981 Egloffstein, F. W. Von ca. 1824-1898. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 67. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Farley, Persis ( -1996) [decedent]

1996 Persis Farley. Hibernacle News, 1996:3. — Unsigned

Gilbert, Grove Karl (1843-1918) [decedent]

1920 Memorial of Grove Karl Gilbert. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 31:26-64. — W. C. Mendenhall FQ9:508 [offprint]

1929 Grove Karl Gilbert. Gesellschaft fόr Erdkunde zu Berlin, Zeitschrift, 1929 (7/8):265-278. [In German.] — Albrecht Penck <Mon. 8: 12-11>

1981 Gilbert, Grove Karl 1843-1918. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 85. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Gilmore, Charles Whitney (1874-1945) [decedent]

1981 Gilmore, Charles Whitney 1874-1945. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 85-86. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Goldwater, Barry (1909-1998) [decedent]

1998 End of a trail for a pioneer. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(7):1. — Bill Suran [item signed as "Editor"]

1998 The many sides of Barry Goldwater. 1909-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(4)(Fall):19. — Unsigned

Goode, Richard Urquhart (1858-1903) [decedent]

1903 Richard Urquhart Goode. U.S. Geological Survey, 24th Annual Report, pp. 287-290 (see p. 289). — Unsigned

Gregory, Herbert Ernest (1869-1952) [decedent]

1954 Memorial to Herbert Ernest Gregory (1869-1952). Geological Society of America, Proceedings, Annual Report for 1953, pp. 115-123. — Chester R. Longwell <Mon. 8: 12-11>

Hansen, Curtis ("Whale") [decedent]

1995 Whale. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(4):6. — Unsigned

1995 A whale of a man. High Country News, 27(24)(December 25):2. — Unsigned

1995 Whale, rain. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(4):7. — Larry Stevens

1995 Whale (Curtis Hansen). Paddler, (February):66. — [Roy Webb]

Harris, Mary [decedent]

1994 Mary Harris. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):21. — Unsigned

Hatch, Don [decedent]

1994 Don Hatch. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 7(2)(Spring):5. — Roy Webb

Hibbard, H. V. [decedent]

1929 Tribute to Professor H. V. Hibbard. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(7):4.

Hillers, John K. (1843-1925) [decedent]

1981 Hillers, John K (1843-1925). In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 105. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Hollister, Stan ( -1993) [decedent]

1993 Stan. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):8. — Maxine Dunkleman

Holmes, William Henry (1846-1933) [decedent]

1937 Biographical memoir of William Henry Holmes, 1846-1933. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 17:221-252 (presented to the Academy 1935) (see pp. 226, 231). — John R. Swanton

1981 Holmes, William Henry 1846-1933. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 108. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Hunt, Charles B. (1906-1997) [decedent]

1997 Charles B. Hunt, long-time Utah geologist, dies at age 91. Survey Notes (Utah Geological Survey), 30(1)(September):13, 15. — Grant C. Willis

Interpreter, Ray ( -1993) [decedent]

1993 Ray. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):9. — Wayne Gramzinski

1993 Hosteen. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):9. — Jeffe Aronson

Jacobs, Michael (1947-1990) [decedent]

1990 Michael Jacobs. Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 3(4)(October):1. — Vaughn Short

Johnson, Fred ( -1929) [decedent]

1929 Fred Johnson. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):3-4. — Unsigned

Kazan, Tim and Karen (1959-1994) [decedent]

1994 Tim and Karen. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 7(2)(Spring):4. — Tim Whitney [Also see: Michael Jacobs Award, 7(2):7.]

Kolb, Emery Clifford (1881-1976) [decedent]

1976 Emery C. Kolb, 94, photographer and Grand Canyon explorer, dies. New York Times [newspaper], (December 13):38. — Unsigned <Mon. 8: 11-11>

1977 From the editor. Arizona Highways, 53(2):1. — Tom C. Cooper

1982 Emery Clifford Kolb, 1881-1976. Emery Kolb Society, Newsletter, 1(1)(January):1. — Unsigned

Lee, Willis Thomas (1864-1926) [decedent]

1927 Memorial of Willis Thomas Lee. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 38:70-92, plate 5. — William C. Alden

Leydet, Franηois [decedent]

1997 Franηois Leydet. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):13. — Brad Dimock

Luck, Jake ( -1998) [decedent]

1998 Jake Luck. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(4)(Fall):22.

Masland, Frank E., Jr. [decedent]

1995 "Fish Eyes" runs his last rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(2):26. [Accompanied by an excerpt from Masland's "By the Rim of Time."] — C. V. Abyssus [pseudonym of Richard Quartaroli]

Matthes, Franηois Emile (1874-1948) [decedent]

1955 Memorial to Francois Emile Matthes (1874-1948). Geological Society of America, Proceedings, (July):153-168. — Fritiof Fryxell

1981 Matthes, Franηois Emile 1874-1948. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 149. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

McKee, Barbara ( -1998) [decedent]

1998 Our sympathy. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(6):4. [Notice only.] — Unsigned

1998 The story of a wonderful lady. Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(3)(September-December):14-15. — Bill Suran

McKee, Edwin Dinwiddie (1906-1984) [decedent]

1985 Edwin Dinwiddie McKee (1906-1984). American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 69(2):491-493. — Raymond C. Gutschick <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1986 Memorial to Edwin Dinwiddee [sic] McKee, 1906-1984. Geological Society of America, Memorial, 6 pp. — Raymond C. Gutschick <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1984 In memoriam: Edwin D. McKee. Mosasaur (Delaware Valley Paleontological Society, Journal), 2:44. — Earle E. Spamer [signed "E.E.S."] <Mon. 8: 12-5>

Merriam, Clinton Hart (1855-1942) [decedent]

1942 C. Hart Merriam. Science, new series, 95(May 29):545-546. — Z. M. Talbot and M. W. Talbot

1981 Merriam, Clinton Hart 1855-1942. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 152. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Meyer, Elizabeth ("Betty") Kent ( -1999) [decedent]

1999 Our condolences. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(5):3. — Unsigned

Mφllhausen, Balduin (1825-1905) [decedent]

1981 Mφllhausen, Heinrich Balduin 1825-1905. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 155-156. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Moore, Raymond Cecil (1892-1974) [decedent]

1989 Raymond Cecil Moore (1892-1974): Memorial and bibliography (in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Kansas Geological Survey). Journal of Paleontology, 63(6, Supplement):1-29 (jointly as Paleontological Society, Memoir 25). — Christopher G. Maples and Rex Buchanan

Moran, Thomas (1837-1926) [decedent]

1981 Moran, Thomas 1837-1926. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 156. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Nelson, Bernice Windsor ( -1997) [decedent]

1998 GCPS mourns loss of member. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Bulletin, 2(1):1. [Nelson was a beautician at Bright Angel Lodge.] — Unsigned

Newberry, John Strong (1822-1892) [decedent]

1893 Memorial of John Strong Newberry. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 4:393-406. — J. F. Kemp

1909 Biographical memoir of John Strong Newberry, 1822-1892. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 6:1-24 (read before the Academy, 1902). (See pp. 7-8.) — Charles A. White <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1981 Newberry, John Strong 1822-1892. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 161-162. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Noble, Levi Fatzinger (1882-1965) [decedent]

1981 Noble, Levi Fatzinger 1882-1965. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 162. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Powell, John Wesley (1834-1902) [decedent]

1882 Professor John W. Powell. Popular Science Monthly, 20:390-397. — Unsigned <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1902 Major John Wesley Powell dead. A famous scientist. Forestry and Irrigation, 8:398-400. — Unsigned <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1902 John Wesley Powell. Science, new series, 16(406)(October 10):560-567, plate. — Grove Karl Gilbert

1903 John Wesley Powell. Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report for Year Ending June 30, 1902. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 633-640, plate 1. — Grove Karl Gilbert FQ1:87 [date erroneously given as 1896] FQ6:213 [facsimile] FQ7:178 [facsimile] FQ8:341 [disbound] FQ9:507 [facsimile] FQ9A:68 [unstated facsimile] FQ10:272 [facsimile]

1903 John Wesley Powell. U.S. Geological Survey, 24th Annual Report, pp. 271-287, plate 26. — Unsigned FQ6:211 [disbound]

1903 John Wesley Powell. American Geologist, 31(6):327-331, 333. — George P. Merrill FQ9:396 [offprint] FQ10:274 [offprint] FQ11:329 [offprint]

1903 John Wesley Powell. Proceedings of a meeting commemorative of his distinguished services; held in Columbian University under the auspices of the Washington Academy of Sciences, February 16, 1903. Washington Academy of Sciences, Proceedings, 5:99-130. Proceedings moderated by Charles D. Walcott. Memorials given: — David B. Henderson, "Powell as a Soldier" (pp. 100-105). — Charles R. Van Hise, "Powell as an Explorer" (pp. 105-112). — Grove Karl Gilbert, "Powell as a Geologist" (pp. 113-117). — W. J. McGee, "Powell as an Anthropologist" (pp. 118-126). — S. P. Langley, "Powell as a Man" (pp. 127-130). Followed by: "Catalogue of the Published Writings of John Wesley Powell", by P. C. Warman (pp. 131-187). FQ4:129

1905 John Wesley Powell. 1834-1902. Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, 14(August):300-308. [Read before the Society, May 21, 1904.] — William Healey Dall FQ1:86

1915 Biographical memoir of John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 8:9-83 (presented to the Academy, 1913) [volume date 1919]. (See particularly pp. 16-19, 20-23.) — William Morris Davis <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1918 Memorial to John Wesley Powell. American Anthropologist, new series, 20:432-436. — Frederick S. Dellenbaugh <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1934 John Wesley Powell, 1834-1902. Scientific Monthly, 39(December):519-529. — William Herbert Hobbs <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1981 Powell, John Wesley 1834-1902. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 177-178. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Reece, Clarence L. (1945-1996) [decedent]

1996 Clarence L. Reece, boatman; June 15, 1945-June 9, 1996. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 9(3):20-22 — Vince Welsh

Reiff, Woodrow Aaron (1914-1998) [decedent]

1998 Woody Reiff. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(2)(Spring):10-11. — Greg Reiff

Reilly, P. T. (1911-1986) [decedent]

1997 River runner/historian P.T. runs the Last Rapid. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):16-18. — C. V. Abyssus [pseudonym of Richard Quartaroli] [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.] [Also see Errata, 10(3)(Summer):6.]

1998 In memory of P. T. Reilly. In: Western Americana; Grand Canyon of Arizona, Colorado River, Colorado Plateau. Catalogue twelve. Phoenix: Five Quail Books—West, p. 84. — Dan Cassidy and Diane Cassidy

Riffey, John Hauert [decedent]

1997 Dedication. In: Billingsley, George H., Spamer, Earle E., and Menkes, Dove, Quest for the pillar of gold; the mines and miners of the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 10, pp. iv-v. — Art Gallenson

Riffey, Maribeth [decedent]

1993 Maribeth Riffey. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(2)(Summer):11. — Unsigned

Ross, Kenny (1908-1990) [decedent]

1990 Kenny Ross; 1908-1990. Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 3(4)(October):5. — Unsigned

Schiewe, Paula [decedent]

1994 Paula Schiewe. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):21. — Unsigned

Schmidt, Dale [decedent]

1997 In memory of Dale. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 3(3)(Fall):11. — Mercy Aiken

Schmidtke, Millie [decedent]

1993 Obituary. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(7):6. — Unsigned

Shirley, Jim [decedent]

1996 Farewell to an old pioneer. Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(5):8. — Unsigned

Shirley, Joe C. [decedent]

1992 Deaths. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(2):6. — Unsigned

Shoemaker, Eugene (-1997) [decedent]

1997 Gene Shoemaker. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(4)(Fall):4. — Kelly Burke and Brad Dimock

Stanton, Robert Brewster ( -1922) [decedent]

1922 R. B. Stanton. Engineering News-Record, 88(March 2):375-376.

Stegner, Wallace ( -1993) [decedent]

1993 Wallace Stegner is dead of 84; Pulitzer Prize-winning author. New York Times [newspaper], (April 15). — William H. Honan

1993 Wallace Stegner. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(2)(Summer):11. — Unsigned

Sturdevant, Glen Ernest ( -1929) [decedent]

1929 Our sorrow. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):1-2. — M. R. Tillotson

1929 Glen Ernest Sturdevant. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(8):2-3. — Unsigned

Tanner, Seth Benjamin (1828-1918) [decedent]

1942 Seth Benjamin Tanner. In: Tanner, Maurice (compiler), Descendants of John Tanner; born August 15, 1778, at Hopkintown, R. I.; died April 15, 1850, at South Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah. [No place]: The Tanner Family Association, pp. 47-48. [No direct mention of Grand Canyon.]

Thompson, Almon Harris (1839-1906) [decedent]

1981 Thompson, Almon Harris 1839-1906. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 219. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Thompson, Ellen Powell [decedent]

1981 Thompson, Ellen Powell (Mrs. Almon Harris Thompson). In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 219. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Ticknor, Karen Hasse (1954-1998) [decedent]

1998 Karen Hasse Ticknor, 1954-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(3)(Summer):13. — Mary Ellen Arndorfer

Turner, Eloise Fain (1906-1991) [decedent]

1991 Eloise Fain Turner (1906-1991). Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 2(3):4. — Unsigned

Vasey, George (1822-1893) [decedent]

1893 George Vasey: a biographical sketch. Botanical Gazette, 18:170-183. — William M. Canby and J. N. Rose

1981 Vasey, George 1822-1893. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 227. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

1998 Vasey, of Paradise. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(1)(Winter 1997-1998):47. [Excerpt from Canby and Rose (1893).] [Issue mailed late January or early February, 1998.]

Vιlez de Escalante, Silvestre [decedent]

1981 Escalante, Silvestre Velez De fl. 1768-1779. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 71. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Verkamp, John George [decedent]

1992 John George Verkamp; a memorial. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 3(1):4. — Unsigned

Walcott, Charles Doolittle (1850-1927) [decedent]

1928 Charles Doolittle Walcott, (1850-1927). American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 62(9)(May):276-285. — Charles Schuchert

1967 Charles Doolittle Walcott, March 31, 1850-February 9, 1927. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 30:470-540. — Ellis L. Yochelson

1981 Walcott, Charles Doolittle 1850-1927. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, pp. 229-230. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Wheeler, George Montague (1842-1905) [decedent]

1981 Wheeler, George Montague 1842-1905. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 235. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

White, David (1862-1935) [decedent]

1934 Presentation of the Charles Doolittle Walcott medal and honorarium to D. White. Scientific Monthly, 39 (July):90. — Charles Schuchert <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1934 Presentation of the Charles Doolittle Walcott medal and honorarium to D. White. Science, new series, 79:554-555. [Excerpts.] — Charles Schuchert <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1936 David White (1862-1935). American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 70(10)(March):600-602. — Hervey W. Shimer

1937 Biographical memoir of David White, 1862-1935. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Biographical Memoirs, 17:187-221 (presented to the Academy 1935). (See pp. 192, 204, 208.) — Charles Schuchert <Mon. 8: 12-5>

1981 White, (Charles) David 1862-1935. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 236. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

1995 David White (1862-1935): American paleobotanist and geologist. In: Lyons, Paul C., Morey, Elsie Darrah, and Wagner, Robert H. (eds.), Historical perspective of early twentieth century Carboniferous paleobotany in North America; in memory of William Culp Darrah. Geological Society of America, Memoir 185, pp. 135-148. — Paul C. Lyons and Elsie Darrah Morey

White, Georgie (1910-1992) [decedent]

1992 Georgie; 1910-1992. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(3)(Summer):1. — Unsigned

1992 So long, Georgie. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 5(3)(Summer):2. [Accompanied by a separately printed color photograph of Georgie by Yates; regarding which, see also "Georgie Pictures", The News, 5(4)(Fall):28.] — Teresa Yates

1993 Fair sailing, Georgie—and happy landings! Georgie Clark 1910-1992. In: Five Quail Books, Catalogue Seven. Spring Grove, Minnesota: Five Quail Books, p. 60. — Dave Hellyer

White, James [decedent]

1981 White, James. In: Biographical dictionary of Rocky Mountain naturalists; a guide to the writings and collections of botanists, zoologists, geologists, artists and photographers, 1682-1932. Utrecht and Antwerpen: Bohn, Scheltema and Holkema; and The Hague and Boston: Dr. W. Junk, p. 236. — Joseph Ewan and Nesta Dunn Ewan

Woodhouse, Samuel W. (1921-1904) [decedent]

1904 Dr. Samuel W. Woodhouse, '47 M. University of Pennsylvania, Alumni Register, (December):105-109, portrait. — Witmer Stone

1904 Samuel Washington Woodhouse. Cassinia, 8:1-5, portrait. — Witmer Stone

Yerkes, Tom [decedent]

1997 Tom Yerkes. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3)(Summer):41. — Unsigned


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