A Guide to the Records of the Animal Behavior Society

1965-1993
by

Martin W. Schein

December, 1994












RU 7334

in the holdings of the Office of Smithsonian Institution Archives

Manuscript Collections

http://www.si.edu/organiza/offices/archive/start.htm

Contents

Page

Introduction 3

Historical Background 4

Section 1. Secretary's Papers Boxes 1-23 12

Section 2. Historian's Papers Boxes 24-27 20

Section 3. President's Papers Boxes 28-34 22

Section 4. Committee Papers Boxes 35-42 24

Section 5. Historian Photo Collection Box 43 27

Section 6. Newsletters Boxes 44-46 30

Section 7. Program Officer's Papers Boxes 47-55 32

Section 8. Treasurer's Papers Boxes 56-74 35

Section 9. Late Papers Boxes 75-81 39

Index to the Subjects in the Collection 41

Index to the Photos in the Collection 45

Introduction

In 1985, the Smithsonian Institution Archives agreed to house and maintain the Archives of the Animal Behavior Society as part of its 'Manuscripts Collections' series. Thereafter, some 33 cartons of documents, records, photographs, papers, and even a videotape were sent to the Institution during the 7 year span from 1985 through 1992. These cartons contained materials that had accumulated in the offices of or were generated by various Society officers and Committee Chairpersons since the late 1940s, and they detail the efforts of a great number of people who devoted time and energy to the establishment and sustenance of the Animal Behavior Society as we now know it. My job was to organize the materials into some semblance of order so as to make them more accessible to future historians. At the same time, in the interest of preservation the materials were transferred to 'safer' (acid-free) boxes and folders, and potentially damaging items (paper clips, rubber bands) were removed.

Obviously not every scrap of paper connected with the Society has been rescued from obscurity nor from the trash basket. Many papers from a number of early contributors have been lost forever or have yet to be sent to the Smithsonian Archives. Thus, the collection documented here is far from complete. Still, the materials listed in this Guide should be sufficient to convey to a researcher a sense of the conception, organization, growth and development of a scientific society.

Accumulating the archives of a vibrant and ongoing entity is an open-ended process. Therefore, the establishment of a cut-off point is purely arbitrary and dependent upon the whim of the archivist on the scene at the moment. In 1990, the Animal Behavior Society crossed the quarter-century threshold; it is now solidly established as a major member of the community of scientific societies. Thus, the year 1990 seemed appropriate as the formal cut-off point for this first collection of materials. But while 1990 was indeed a convenient cut-off target, 1993 and then 1994 became more realistic. Thus, while the bulk of the current collection pre-dates 1990, the collection includes materials dated as late as 1994.

The early Giants are going or gone; new Giants are now being established and will lead the field in the quarter-century to follow. Perhaps 25 years from now, some recently retired 1990s activist will endeavor to assemble, organize and list the ABS reports, papers, documents, TV tapes and computer printouts from the 1990s thru 20-something. I wish her/him well.

M. W. Schein

Washington, D.C.

December, 1994

Historical Background

On December 27, 1964, in the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Canada, at 4:00 PM, an ad hoc organizational committee was called to order by John Paul Scott (Jackson Memorial Laboratories, Bar Harbor, Maine) and the establishment of a new society, to be known as the Animal Behavior Society (ABS), was formally proposed. James A. Braddock (Michigan State University) recorded the minutes of the meeting. The first order of business was to consider a draft Constitution for the new society, and to move the contents article by article. Each item was discussed in detail, but with the final adoption of the Constitution the Society was formally established; the Animal Behavior Society was born. The following day, 28 December 1964, the new society convened its first official meeting; it drew breath and uttered its first official healthy cries.

As with any organism, the actual birth was the almost inevitable consequence of a sequence of prior events akin to courtship, conception, and gestation. While it may be difficult to pinpoint the actual moment of conception (or indeed, as is so often the case, identify the actual parents), intrauterine development could be clearly detected long before the 1963 AAAS winter meetings in Cleveland, when various committees were established to prepare for the birth of the new organization.

The uterus in this case was commodious: one horn belonged to the Ecological Society of America (ESA) and housed an embryo called the Section on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology (SOABS) which had been conceived in 1956; the other horn belonged to the American Society of Zoologists (ASZ) and housed a twin called the Division of Animal Behavior (DAB), conceived in 1958. The twins shared common head and therefore functioned as one organism.

It was under the auspices of this awkward but unified organism that the gestational pre-ABS committees were established. Among other jobs, their various tasks were to prepare a constitution, see to liaisons with related organizations and prepare for the business affairs of the new organization. But of course it should be recognized that even these gestational committees were themselves natural consequences of many precedent events. Thus, while the present Guide covers the first 25± years of the Animal Behavior Society (1965-1992), materials in the archive collection actually date back to 1948 so as to include the society's immediate ancestors.

The genealogy of the combined ESA Section/ASZ Division can be readily traced back to an informal ad hoc group that J. P. Scott and his colleagues convened at Bar Harbor, Maine, in 1947, following a postwar (1946) Bar Harbor conference on Genetics and Social Behavior (supported by a grant from Rockefeller Foundation). One of the outcomes of the conference was the formation of the Committee for the Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions, (CSASUNC) [24,1] which was a direct precursor of the ABS.

Who were the people who made up that very informal group, the CSASUNC? They represented diverse disciplines and widely divergent backgrounds, and their names are legend: Frank Beach (University of California, Berkeley) and C. Ray Carpenter (Pennsylvania State University), psychology; John Fuller and J. Paul Scott [43,2; 1,2] (both at Bar Harbor), genetics; Nicholas E. Collias [43,8] (University of California at Los Angeles), John B. Calhoun (National Institutes of Health), and John T. Emlen [43,4; 1,13] (University of Wisconsin), ecology; and Theodore C. Schneirla (American Museum of Natural History, NY), polymath, to mention but a few. And some worked at places other than Chicago or New York. Behind them stood such greats as Tolman, Lillie, Allee [43,1], Dice, Emerson, Noble, and others...a truly distinguished academic ancestry.

As Collias points out, the University of Chicago and the American Museum of Natural History in New York were the major centers of research activity in ethology and sociobiology during the 1930s and 40s. Warder Clyde Allee and Alfred E. Emerson, both social biologists and behavioral ecologists, were in Chicago's Department of Zoology. Other Chicago faculty whose work has had very important implications for animal behavior included Sewall Wright (genetics), Thomas Park (population biology), Carl Moore (endocrinology) and Paul Weiss (neuroembryology). A number of the original founders of the Animal Behavior Society got their doctoral training at the University of Chicago, including J. Paul Scott, A. M. Guhl [43,3; 1,8] (Kansas State University), N. E. Collias (UCLA), E. B. Hale [43,9] (Pennsylvania State University), J. C. Braddock (Michigan State University) and Benson Ginsburg (University of Chicago).

The other major center of animal behavior research was the Department of Animal Behavior in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. This department was founded by G. K. Noble around 1928 as the Department of Experimental Biology. Noble, a naturalist and all around zoologist, had done graduate study at Harvard where he was an assistant to Thomas Barbour; he later earned a Ph.D. at Columbia. His 1931 book, The Biology of Amphibia, was a classic and served as a model for studies in comparative biology, including behavior. After Noble's death in 1940, his successors as curators of the renamed Department of Animal Behavior were F. A. Beach, T. C. Schneirla, and L. R. Aronson [43,5; 1,9]. Beach, who got his Ph.D. in psychology at the University of Chicago, had developed a strong interest in behavior as related to hormones and the nervous system as a post-doctoral scholar in Karl Lashley's laboratory at Harvard. Schneirla was trained in psychology at the University of Michigan, where he pioneered in experiments on maze learning in ants and later spent much time in field studies of army ants in the New World tropics. Aronson obtained his Ph.D. on the neurobiology of mating behavior of frogs from New York University under the direction of Noble, an Adjunct Professor there. From its beginning, the Department of Animal Behavior at the American Museum strongly emphasized comparative physiology and the psychology of reproductive behavior.

Thus, the meeting ground for the original CSASUNC members was a common interest in what and why animals do what they do, and an earnest hope that an understanding of non-human social systems could be used to alleviate human social problems. Some of the CSASUNC papers survive, and are included here [24,1; 44,1,2]. As Scott pointed out, he and the others in the original group spent their formative years in the midst of massive social failures: the shadow of the Great Depression, with the Sino-Japanese and Spanish Civil wars in full swing and World War II clearly on the way. Is it any wonder, then, that some scientists hoped that science might be able to contribute meaningfully to the solution of social problems? Shouldn't it be possible to solve social problems by the application of biological techniques and concepts to social behavior and social organization?

Again under the leadership of J. Paul Scott, the CSASUNC organized an important conference in 1948 on Methodology and Techniques in New York under the joint sponsorship of the New York Zoological Society and the New York Academy of Sciences. The published proceedings of the meeting (Annals NY Acad. Sci., 51, 1950) quickly became a significant sourcebook for those working in the field because it emphasized the importance of individual recognition and offered ideas on how this seemingly simple task might be accomplished. The 1948 meeting was also jointly sponsored by the ESA and the ASZ, and thereby constitutes the first official recognition by these organizations of animal behavior as an emerging discipline.

The ad hoc and informal CSASUNC quickly gravitated towards a more formal structure, if only to establish a mechanism for regularly scheduled meetings at which invited and contributed papers could be presented and ideas discussed. At the same time, the Committee strove to broaden its membership base to include all who might share its aims and goals. Since many of its members were also members of the ESA, the ASZ and/or the American Psychological Association (APA), and since these established entities met annually under the umbrella auspices of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), it was natural that the CSASUNC moved towards these societies when it sought a "home" for meetings. Both the ESA and the ASZ were receptive to the idea and thereafter an ESA/ASZ jointly sponsored session on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology became a regular feature at the annual meetings of the parent societies.

The session usually lasted about a half day, at which perhaps 8 or 9 papers were presented. The programs were well attended and discussions lively. The success of these sessions led to the establishment (in 1952) of a standing committee on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology within the ESA, while an informal companion committee operated within the ASZ. The ESA Standing Committee was the next stage in the evolution of the CSASUNC, which thereafter ceased to exist as an entity: it had accomplished its mission and simply faded away. "Faded away" is perhaps not quite the proper terminology; it would be more appropriate to use such words as "transformed" or "evolved".

It didn't take long for things to get complicated. The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) was created around 1949, and within a year or so organized its own set of "umbrella" meetings to which the various biological societies were invited. The major attraction of the AIBS meetings was twofold: a summer meeting was far more convenient for many people than the usual post-Christmas timing; also, summer meetings could be held on University campuses so that costs to participants would be considerably cheaper than the big city hotel rates suffered by AAAS attendees. In 1951 the ESA chose to meet with the AIBS in the summer, while the ASZ chose to stay with AAAS. The behaviorists were faced with a choice: go with ESA and Summer, stay with ASZ and Winter, or compromise and lean on the APA for meeting space in the Fall. Actually, since most of our participants were not APA members, it boiled down simply to a winter-summer choice...and the members chose both. Now, there were two sets of important behavior meetings per year, and just as well since the number of papers contributed began to rise at a pleasantly alarming rate. Also, members could attend whichever meeting was geographically closest (thereby cutting travel costs) and therefore attend at least one good meeting a year.

It was not long before the half day meeting developed into a full day and then into two day sessions. A summer 1954 full-day symposium on Social Organization of Animals in honor of W.C. Allee, who was at that time in Gainesville, FL, where the meetings were being held, was a standing-room-only smash hit. Both the ESA and the ASZ recognized that with the burgeoning interest in behavior studies it was only a matter of time before there would be a move to splinter off a new society. This was especially true since a number of participants at the summer meetings were not members of the ESA (nor were those at winter meetings members of ASZ); the rumblings were getting louder. However, splintering was distasteful to many: the fragmentation of biology was already a problem, since no one fragment by itself was strong enough to carry political clout. Therefore, the ESA constitution was carefully examined and a mechanism to avoid splintering was discovered. "Sections" could be established within the ESA, and except for collecting dues and handling money, the Sections could operate quite autonomously within the framework of the parent society; a Section could arrange its own program and would be entitled to have its abstracts published in the ESA Bulletin. It seemed like an ideal arrangement for behaviorists: all the rights and privileges of ESA membership and at the same time visibility as an organized entity with a fair degree of independence. Lee R. Dice, of the University of Michigan and past president of the ESA, offered much encouragement and advice on the establishment of the Section. On the basis of historical events, he predicted that eventually the animal behavior group would break off into a separate society, but the prior experience of operating as a Section would prove beneficial to the subsequent Society. Accordingly, with the blessing and encouragement of the ESA Executive Committee, the ESA Committee on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology held an organizational meeting during the 1956 AIBS meeting at the University of Connecticut, Storrs; about a dozen or so persons were in attendance. The first order of business was to elect officers: J. P. Scott was elected Chairman, A. M. Guhl, Vice-Chairman, and, since I was the youngest present and also seemed to be the only one with paper and pencil at hand, I was elected Secretary [1,3; 24,2]. That done, attention was turned next to the adoption of a set of by-laws. This was a fairly simple matter [24,3] since all that had to be done was to modify slightly the existing by-laws of the Western Section. The meeting was then adjourned and Scott reported our actions to the ESA Executive Committee. They in turn formally recognized the Section, welcomed him to the Executive Committee (the Chairperson of a Section automatically became a member of the Executive Committee of the Society), and the Section of Animal Behavior and Sociobiology, ESA, was now formally in existence. Many early papers of the Section are preserved in Boxes 1, 2, 24 and 28 of these archives; especially pertinent are A. M. Guhl's papers [28,1,2,3].

Within a few months, the Section boasted a membership of over 200 which grew steadily to over 300 before the year was out [44,3]. Since membership in the ESA was a prerequisite to Section membership, potential members who were not ESA members were asked to first join the ESA, at least in the "Associate" category; Associate membership in the ESA cost only $2/year, and while it did not entitle the member to receive the ESA journal, Ecology, it did entitle them to receive Newsletters, the ESA Bulletin (in which animal behavior abstracts were printed), and to participate in meetings and present papers. It was a bargain and attracted into the ESA another 100 or so individuals interested in the Section.

A major task facing the Section was to find a real publication outlet for behavioral papers. It was true that as a recognized Section we were entitled to name a member to the Editorial Board of Ecology, but that journal simply couldn't handle the volume of behavior papers that were forthcoming. A Publication Committee was appointed, under the Chairmanship of L. R. Aronson, and it explored two ideas: the first was to create a new American journal devoted exclusively to papers in animal behavior; the second was to consider the possibility of linking with the existing journal, the British Journal of Animal Behaviour, which was the publication outlet of the British Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Since the cost of creating a new journal was found to be prohibitive, we redoubled our efforts to join forces with our British cousins to support their journal [1,1,5]. The net result was the new journal, Animal Behaviour, [43,97] which began publication in 1958 under the joint auspices of the British Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour and our Section; D. E. Davis [43,43] (Pennsylvania State University) was named American Associate Editor. Thus, the publication-outlet problem was solved, which to many was a major accomplishment.

Nineteen-fifty-eight was a landmark year for still another interesting development: the formal establishment of a Division of Animal Behavior within the ASZ [2,1]. As was the case two years earlier with the ESA Executive Committee, the ASZ Executive Committee also worried about splintering and could foresee a number of small (and therefore politically weak) zoological societies. To forestall and perhaps even preempt the splintering, ASZ leaders such as C. Ladd Prosser, H. Burr Steinbach, P. Sears Crowell and others engineered changes in the ASZ Constitution that permitted the creation of ASZ Divisions much like ESA Sections. Thus, the ASZ Division of Animal Behavior was established at the Xmas meetings in 1958. Box 2 in this archive collection contains many papers relating to the establishment of the ASZ Division of Animal Behaviour.

The bylaws of the ASZ Division [2,2; 24,3] were exactly the same as those of the ESA Section and so were the officers, so that Section/Division officers were at once on the Executive Committees of both parent societies. Niceties aside, though, abstracts could now be published also in American Zoologist and behavioral representation on the Editorial Board of the new ASZ publication was forthcoming. This paid off, of course, and resulted in the publication of some of the meeting symposia. The Evolution of External Constructions by Animals (Amer. Zool., 1964) serves as a case in point; the 1963 symposium, dedicated to A. E. Emerson, included papers on the evolution of spider webs (B. J. Kaston), caddis worm cases and nests (H. H. Ross), termite nests (R. S. Schmidt, who was a doctoral student of Emerson's), nests of bees (C. D. Michener) and bird nests (N. E. Collias). Prior to that, during the December 1959 AAAS meeting in Chicago, The Section/Division joined forces with the American Psychiatric Association to arrange and sponsor a several-day-long symposium entitled "Roots of Behavior." The 23 papers presented were grouped into categories that included Behavior Genetics, Instinct, Early Experience and Social Behavior. They were published in 1962 as the very successful and influential volume Roots of Behavior, edited by Eugene Bliss, with contributions from Section/Division members Jerry Hirsch [43,19], Vincent Dethier, J. Paul Scott, Stuart Altmann [43,21], Daniel Lehrman, Jan C. Bruell, C. Ray Carpenter, John Fuller, Harry F. Harlow, William C. Dilger [43,7], David E. Davis and others. That volume sold out and was reprinted at least once, about 1969.

The combined Section/Division was a viable and strong organization. At the 1962 summer meeting at Oregon State University, the secretary reported a membership of nearly 1000 [3,10; 44,8]; Collias was elected Chairman, E. B. Hale, Vice-Chairman, and John A. King [43,14] (Michigan State University), Secretary. Terms of the officers were to run until the end (instead of mid-summer) of 1964 because of the August 1963 meeting of the International Congress of Zoology in Washington, D.C. But this was the same period of time in which the initial plans were laid for the establishment of a new and independent group, the Animal Behavior Society [24,11].

The problems created by an identical ESA Section/ASZ Division were minimal at the outset and could be easily glossed over. Actually, most Section/Division members were members of and active in both parent organizations anyway, but there was concern about what would happen if a chairperson was elected who was not a member of one or the other parent organization (since by the By-laws this individual had to sit on the governing councils of the parent organizations). The problem was resolved, most informally, by agreeing that if in the future the chairperson were not a member of a parent society, he or she could delegate another member of the Executive Committee to represent the Section/Division on the governing council. This arrangement worked fairly well at the outset but proved more and more difficult to manage with each passing year.

By the early 60s, the problems inherent in a dual Section/Division arrangement could no longer be casually ignored. Operating funds, which came from both the ESA and the ASZ, were generally adequate, but there was still a large cadre of behaviorists "out there" who did not find themselves comfortable being forced into the ecologist or zoologist mold. They were psychologists, anthropologists, entomologists, poultry scientists, and a host of "ists" other than pure zoologists or ecologists. Some, like L. R. Aronson, identified themselves as "animal behaviorists", a label that previously had rarely if ever been used to describe a primary area of interest. By 1963, it was apparent that the Section/Division structure was too restricting, too cumbersome, and it was time to consider the establishment of a new and completely independent Society [28,4,5].

Responding to rumblings from the membership, especially those with little if any primary interests in the ESA or the ASZ, Chairman Collias and Vice-Chairman Hale contacted all present and previous and officers of the Section-Division to ascertain their feelings regarding the establishment of a new and completely independent society. Finding them unanimously in favor of the idea, Collias [28,4] appointed them all to an ad hoc committee to consider the pros and cons of such a move. A public announcement of the proposal was published in the Section/Division Newsletter [44,9], inviting public discussion at the forthcoming winter (1963) meeting in Cleveland. As Collias reports, the discussion and business meeting at Cleveland was one of the best attended in the Society's history, and the mere size of the audience (which filled a large dining room) demonstrated the general interest in a potential new society. Many of the leading students of animal behavior in America were present and for an hour all listened carefully to the various opinions expressed, both for and against the idea of a new animal behavior society. The outcome was encouragement to continue exploring the desirability of a new society and a mandate to canvass the entire membership by mail. This was done, and the results of the survey were published in a later Newsletter [44,10]; they showed a strong majority in favor of an independent society, so the stage was set to initiate the creative process at the summer (1964) AIBS meeting of the Section-Division at the University of Colorado, Boulder [4,12] and to formally establish a new society at the winter (1964) AAAS meeting in Montreal, Canada [4,14]. And so the final steps in the creative process were generated.

While the organizational body underwent a number of transformations throughout the past 35 or so years, the original objectives as spelled out in the various by-laws and in the present Constitution [20,3] survived the several incarnations. They are as fresh and as pertinent today as they were when first formulated in the late '40s: "to promote and encourage the biological study of animal behavior in the broadest sense, using both descriptive and experimental methods under natural and controlled conditions." The people who contributed much time and effort to the workings of the society from 1956 through 1990 are listed in spreadsheets [24,4; 25,2] and database compilations [24,5; 26,3].

As the saying goes, "the rest is history"...and that history is contained in many of our own memories and perhaps more succinctly in the 65 boxes of this initial archive collection. The Secretarial papers (boxes 1 through 23) start the collection since, by nature of their jobs Secretaries are the most voluble and voluminous. These papers are followed by those of the three successive Historians (boxes 24 through 27) and then a woefully incomplete collection of President's papers (boxes 28 through 34) followed by an even less complete collection of Committee documents (boxes 35 through 42). The Historian's photographic collection (Box 43) was initially intended to be a collection of President's photos but wisely was later expanded to include photos of as many officers, committee personnel and members as could be gathered. Later still, photos taken at various meetings were included in the collection and this feature is sure to be expanded as the archives grow.

The real history of the society is encapsulated in the Newsletter collection (boxes 44 through 46). The Program Officer's papers (boxes 47 through 55) are sparse at the outset but the initial paucity is more than made up for as the years progress. Herein rests a compilation of all the events that transpired to make the Society a viable entity, while the growth, development and strength of the society can be gauged from a perusal of the Treasurer's documents (boxes 56 through 74). The final section, Late Papers (boxes 75 through 81), contains those documents that arrived at the Smithsonian after the initial compilation was completed but before this Finding Aid could be formally published.

This, then, is the Animal Behavior Society, from 1948 through 1993, ± a few years.

Section 1. Secretary's Papers

Box 1

Folder 1 1954 Correspondence with Alistair N. Worden, editor, British Journal of Animal Behaviour

Folder 2 1955-60 Correspondence with J. Paul Scott, 1955-60

Folder 3 1956 Section on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology (SOABS) 'Announcement of Formation' letters, 1956

Folder 4 1956 Section membership letters

Folder 5 1958-66 Correspondence with Patrick R. West, Animal Behaviour publisher

Folder 6 1956-57 Section correspondence with Ecological Society of America re finances

Folder 7 1956-57 Section business meeting minutes

Folder 8 1956-61 Correspondence with A. M. Guhl

Folder 9 1956-62 Correspondence with Lester R. Aronson

Folder 10 1957 Section miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 11 1957 Section membership letters

Folder 12 1957-58 Section '$3 letters' and replies

Folder 13 1957-60 Correspondence with John T. Emlen

Folder 14 1957-62 Annual reports, Section secretary

Folder 15 1957-62 Section correspondence with Ecological Society of America secretary

Folder 16 1957-63 Section correspondence

Box 2

Folder 1 1958 Letters, responses establishing the Division of Animal Behavior in the American Society of Zoologists

Folder 2 1958 Section-Division Bylaws, Constitution

Folder 3 1958 Section-Division committee reports

Folder 4 1958 Section-Division business meeting minutes; University of Indiana

Folder 5 1958 Correspondence, symposium at American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December

Folder 6 1958 Correspondence with Ecological Society of America and American Society of Zoologists re finances

Folder 7 1958 Correspondence, Section-Division; Glossary

Folder 8 1958 Membership letters

Folder 9 1958 Newsletter materials, vol. 3

Folder 10 1958-60 Membership letters and replies, American Society of Zoologists-Division of Animal Behavior

Folder 11 1958-60 Section-Division membership letters

Folder 12 1958-61 Correspondence with Gairdner R. Moment, American Society of Zoologists

Folder 13 1958-62 Correspondence with David E. Davis

Box 2 (continued)

Folder 14 1958-62 Miscellaneous correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 15 1959 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 16 1959 Newsletter materials, vol. 4

Box 3

Folder 1 1959-60 Committee reports

Folder 2 1959-61 Correspondence, American Society of Zoologists

Folder 3 1959-62 Correspondence with William C. Young

Folder 4 1959-62 Correspondence with William C. Dilger

Folder 5 1959-62 Correspondence with Hays, Ecological Society of America, re finances

Folder 6 1959-65 Correspondence with Allen W. Stokes

Folder 7 1960 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 8 1960 Newsletter materials, vol. 5 (with membership list)

Folder 9 1960-62 Correspondence with Kollros, American Society of Zoologists, re finances

Folder 10 1960-62 Section membership lists

Folder 11 1961 Committees

Folder 12 1961 Membership letters

Folder 13 1961 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 14 1961 Newsletter materials, vol. 6

Folder 15 1961-64 Correspondence with G. Stearitt, Ecological Society of America

Box 4

Folder 1 1962 Membership letters

Folder 2 1962 Committees

Folder 3 1962 Newsletter materials, 7(1) (with membership list)

Folder 4 1962 American Institute of Biological Sciences meeting, Corvallis, OR, August

Folder 5 1962 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December, Philadelphia

Folder 6 1962-65 Correspondence with Ecological Society of America re finances

Folder 7 1962-65 Committees

Folder 8 1963 American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, December, Cleveland

Folder 9 1963-64 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 10 1963-64 Behavior Training courses

Folder 11 1964 American Institute of Biological Sciences meeting; correspondence

Folder 12 1964 Business meeting; University of Colorado, Boulder

Folder 13 1964 Symposium correspondence, 1964 Montreal meeting

Folder 14 1964 ABS Business meeting, Montreal, December

Folder 15 1964-66 ABS Constitution and Bylaws

Folder 16 1964-65 Correspondence with Milton Diamond, Membership Committee

Box 4 (continued)

Folder 17 1964-65 Correspondence with George W. Barlow

Folder 18 1965 Membership correspondence

Folder 19 1965 Correspondence, American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting

Folder 20 1965 Teaching symposium, Berkeley meeting

Folder 21 1965-67 Regional meetings

Folder 22 1965-70 Correspondence with Bailliere & Tindall, journal publishers

Folder 23 1965-71 Correspondence with American Institute of Biological Sciences

Box 5

Folder 1 1965-71 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence (A)

Folder 2 1965-71 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence (B)

Folder 3 1965-71 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence (C)

Folder 4 1965-71 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence (D)

Box 6

Folder 1 1965-78 Executive Committee minutes

Folder 2 1965-82 Secretary's notebook

Folder 3 1966-68 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 4 1966-69 Correspondence with American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 5 1966-69 Correspondence re Careers Brochure

Folder 6 1966-71 Correspondence with Ecological Society of America

Folder 7 1966-71 Bibliography publication

Folder 8 1966-74 Committee reports and miscellany

Folder 9 1966-69 Charles C. Carpenter papers

Folder 10 1968-69 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Box 7

Folder 1 1968-69 Program summaries

Folder 2 1968-70 ABS minutes

Folder 3 1968-71 Secretary correspondence

Folder 4 1968-72 Mailing permits

Folder 5 1969-70 Requests for information

Folder 6 1969-70 Fellows

Folder 7 1969-71 Newsletter materials

Folder 8 1970-71 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 9 1970-71 Newsletters from affiliated groups

Folder 10 1970-76 Secretary papers: Executive Committee minutes

Folder 11 1970-72 Correspondence with American Association for the Advancement of Science

Box 8

Folder 1 1971 Executive Committee, Business meeting minutes, December

Folder 2 1971-72 Committee reports

Folder 3 1971-73 Statements of receipts and disbursements

Folder 4 1972 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 5 1972, 76 Graduate Programs in Animal Behavior

Folder 6 1972, 79 Film catalogs

Folder 7 1972-73 Correspondence, Officers and Committee chairs

Folder 8 1972-73 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 9 1972-73 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 10 1972-73 Meeting minutes

Folder 11 1972-74 Requests for educational materials

Folder 12 1972-74 Correspondence with American Institute of Biological Sciences

Box 9

Folder 1 1972-75 Newsletter materials (File A)

Folder 2 1972-75 Newsletter materials (File B)

Folder 3 1973 Miscellaneous Secretarial correspondence

Folder 4 1973-74 Correspondence, Officers and Committee chairs

Folder 5 1974 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 6 1975 Executive Committee meeting

Box 10

Folder 1 1975 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 2 1975 Newsletter materials

Folder 3 1975-77 Executive Committee meetings

Folder 4 1975-77 Correspondence, Officers and Committee chairs

Folder 5 1975-81 Correspondence, Human Ethology

Folder 6 1976 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Box 11

Folder 1 1976 Newsletter materials

Folder 2 1976-80 ABS Constitution; Policy, 1978

Folder 3 1977 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 4 1977 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 5 1977 Newsletter materials

Folder 6 1977-78 Form letters

Folder 7 1977-81 Secretary expenses and annual reports


Box 12

Folder 1 1978 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 2 1978 Correspondence with Film Committee

Folder 3 1978 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists, American Institute of Biological Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 4 1978 Executive Committee and Business meeting materials

Folder 5 1978 Miscellaneous secretarial correspondence

Folder 6 1978 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 7 1978 Newsletter materials

Box 13

Folder 1 1978-82 Committee reports

Folder 2 1979 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 3 1979 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists, American Institute of Biological Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 4 1979 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 5 1979 Business meeting

Folder 6 1979 Correspondence re Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists Newsletter

Folder 7 1979 Executive Committee minutes

Folder 8 1979 Executive Committee correspondence

Box 14

Folder 1 1979 Newsletter materials

Folder 2 1979 Executive Committee

Folder 3 1979-80 Correspondence re Allee awards

Folder 4 1979-82 Correspondence re meetings

Folder 5 1979-82 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 6 1978-82 Guidelines for hosting meetings

Folder 7 1979-82 Correspondence re keynote speakers

Folder 8 1980 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists, American Institute of Biological Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 9 1980 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1980

Box 15

Folder 1 1980 Newsletter materials

Folder 2 1980-81 Human Ethology materials

Folder 3 1980, 81 Editor's reports

Folder 4 1980-83 Committee reports

Box 15 (continued)

Folder 5 1980 Executive Committee and Business meeting minutes

Folder 6 1980 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 7 1980 Executive Committee

Folder 8 1981 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 9 1981 Executive Committee minutes

Box 16

Folder 1 1981 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 2 1981 Executive Committee

Folder 3 1981 Election of US Ethological Congress Committee delegates

Folder 4 1981 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) form letters

Folder 5 1981 Membership directory

Folder 6 1981 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 7 1981 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 8 1981 Newsletter materials

Folder 9 1981-82 Materials for Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists newsletters

Folder 10 1981-82 Correspondence with treasurer (H. B. Graves),

Folder 11 1981-82 Graduate Programs in Animal Behavior

Folder 12 1981-82 Publication: Guidelines for Use of Animals in Research

Folder 13 1981-82 Election of officers

Folder 14 1981-82 Miscellaneous correspondence

Box 17

Folder 1 1981-82 Secretarial expenses

Folder 2 1981-83 Newsletter mailing costs

Folder 3 1981-83 Correspondence

Folder 4 1981-84 Roster of officers and committee chairs

Folder 5 1981-84 Correspondence, National Research Council Committee on Life Sciences

Folder 6 1981-84 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 7 1981-84 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 8 1981-84 Correspondence with American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 9 1981-84 Correspondence with American Institute of Biological Sciences

Folder 10 1981-84 Films in animal behavior

Folder 11 1981-87 Reports, representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 12 1982 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 13 1982 Guide to Hosting Meetings

Folder 14 1982 Secretary's report

Box 18

Folder 1 1982 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 2 1982 Society elections

Folder 3 1982-83 Allee and Film awards

Folder 4 1982-83 Correspondence with society president

Folder 5 1982-83 Secretarial expenses

Folder 6 1982-85 Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists newsletter materials

Folder 7 1982-87 Reports of American Institute of Biological Sciences representative

Folder 8 1983 Election of US Ethological Congress Committee delegates

Folder 9 1983 Executive Committee and Business meeting minutes

Folder 10 1983 Policy materials

Folder 11 1983 Miscellaneous secretarial papers

Folder 12 1983 Secretary annual report

Folder 13 1983 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 14 1983 Annual reports

Folder 15 1983-84 Correspondence with treasurer (H. Jane Brockmann)

Folder 16 1983-84 Executive Committee reports

Box 19

Folder 1 1983-84 Secretarial expenses

Folder 2 1983-84 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 3 1984 Career information, response to student inquiries

Folder 4 1984 Inquiries re accreditation, certification

Folder 5 1984 Society Constitution

Folder 6 1984 Secretary's annual report

Folder 7 1984 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 8 1984 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 9 1984 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 10 1984 Newsletter materials

Box 20

Folder 1 1984 Annual reports

Folder 2 1984-85 Secretary papers: Secretary's notebook

Folder 3 1985 Constitution and Policy

Folder 4 1985 International Ethological Congress, Toulouse (France) meeting

Folder 5 1985 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 6 1985 Executive Committee minutes

Folder 7 1985 Newsletter materials (File A)

Folder 8 1985 Newsletter materials (File B)

Folder 9 1985 Executive Committee

Box 21

Folder 1 1985 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 2 1985-86 Handbook for officers and committee chairs

Folder 3 1985-86 Sidney A. Gauthreaux papers

Folder 4 1986 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 5 1986 Fellows

Folder 6 1986 Newsletter materials (File A)

Folder 7 1986 Newsletter materials (File B)

Folder 8 1986 Executive Committee

Box 22

Folder 1 1986 Secretary papers: secretary's notebook

Folder 2 1986 Secretary papers: duties of Executive Committee members

Folder 3 1986 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 4 1986-87 Handbook for officers and committee chairs

Folder 5 1987 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 6 1987 Newsletter materials

Box 23

Folder 1 1987 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 2 1989 Annual reports

Folder 3 1989 Executive Committee meeting

Folder 4 1989-90 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 5 1991 Annual reports

Folder 6 1991 Constitution, Bylaws, Policy

Section 2. Historian's Papers

Box 24

Folder 1 1948-53 Committee, Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions

Folder 2 1951-57 Early papers and newsletters, Section on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology, Ecological Society of America

Folder 3 1955-64 Bylaws

Folder 4 1956-65 Spreadsheet printout, Personnel, Section-Division

Folder 5 1956-65 Database printout, Personnel, Section-Division

Folder 6 1958-64 Animal Behavior Society organizational documents

Folder 7 1959-73 Minutes of meetings (from newsletters)

Folder 8 1960-64 Correspondence

Folder 9 1960-66 Business meetings (from newsletters)

Folder 10 1963-73 Correspondence with Martin W. Schein

Folder 11 1964 Organizational papers, Animal Behavior Society

Folder 12 1964-83 Constitution and Bylaws

Folder 13 1965 ABS-American Institute of Biological Sciences article

Folder 14 1965-67 Correspondence

Box 25

Folder 1 1965-68 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 2 1965-90 Spreadsheet printout, Personnel, Animal Behavior Society

Folder 3 1965-90 Database printout, Personnel, Animal Behavior Society

Folder 4 1966 Archive agreement with University of Akron, Journal papers

Folder 5 1966-68 Correspondence with Samuel N. Turiel, Business Manager

Folder 6 1967 Correspondence with American Association Zoological Parks and Aquaria

Folder 7 1967-84 Fellows

Folder 8 1970-73 Correspondence

Folder 9 1970+ Miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s

Folder 10 1975 Materials for society history

Folder 11 1975 Publication: Early History, Animal Behavior Society

Folder 12 1975-79 ABS procedures, 1975-79

Box 26

Folder 1 1975 Cassette Tape, Keynote Address by Aubrey Manning, 1975 meeting

Folder 2 ABS general correspondence

Folder 3 1978-88 Editor's reports

Folder 4 1980 Newsletters of affiliated groups

Folder 5 1980-85 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 6 1980-85 Correspondence re Archives

Folder 7 1981-86 Correspondence re Archives

Box 26 (continued)

Folder 8 1983 'Maori Proverbs' gift towel, 1983 meeting

Folder 9 1983 Constitution

Folder 10 1983-84 Archive agreement with Smithsonian Institution

Folder 11 1984-85 Parliamentarian papers

Folder 12 1984-87 Miscellaneous correspondence

Box 27

Folder 1 1984 Papers at 'Founder's Symposium', Cheney, WA, meeting

Folder 2 1984 Founders interview, videotape; Cheney, WA, meeting

Folder 3 1984-88 Correspondence re Archives

Folder 4 1989 Symposium paper, ABS History

Folder 5 1989 Historian collection: "T"-shirt, Founder Button, 1989 Meeting

Folder 6 1990 Allee Award papers

Folder 7 1991 Animal welfare materials

Section 3. President's Papers

Box 28

Folder 1 1957 Section correspondence

Folder 2 1958 Section correspondence

Folder 3 1959 Section correspondence

Folder 4 1962-64 Section correspondence

Folder 5 1964-65 Society correspondence

Folder 6 1972-76 Correspondence

Folder 7 1974-77 Correspondence re programs

Folder 8 1964-76 Society constitutions

Box 29 President (Donald A. Dewsbury) Papers

Folder 1 1974-79 Correspondence with program officer (A)

Folder 2 1974-79 Correspondence with program officer (B)

Folder 3 1975-79 Correspondence with treasurer

Folder 4 1975-79 Correspondence with editor

Folder 5 1976-79 ABS committee rosters

Folder 6 1976-79 Correspondence with secretary

Folder 7 1976-79 Correspondence with American Institute of Biological Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Folder 8 1977-79 Correspondence with Ecological Society of America

Box 30

Folder 1 1976-78 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 2 1976-77 Correspondence with secretary, treasurer

Folder 3 1977 Correspondence with society representatives

Folder 4 1977 Correspondence with committees

Folder 5 1978-79 Correspondence with Policy Committee

Folder 6 1978-79 Correspondence with various committees

Folder 7 1978-79 Correspondence with other committees

Folder 8 1978-79 Correspondence with Executive Committee and miscellaneous

Box 31 President (Donald A. Dewsbury) Papers

Folder 1 1978-79 Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 2 1978-79 Committee appointments

Folder 3 1979 Executive Committee papers

Folder 4 1979 Correspondence with Executive Committee

Folder 5 1979 Correspondence with committees

Folder 6 1978, 79 Meeting agendas

Folder 7 1979 Elections, Fellows, US Ethological Congress Committee

Box 31 (continued)

Folder 8 1979-80 Miscellaneous American Society of Zoologists information

Folder 9 1979-80 (H. B. Graves, Treasurer) General correspondence

Folder 10 1979-80 (President Edward O. Price) Regional meeting proposals

Box 32

Folder 1 1980 Executive Committee papers

Folder 2 1980-82 (E. O. Price) Correspondence re meetings

Folder 3 1980-82 (D. A. Dewsbury) Business, Executive Committee minutes

Folder 4 1981 (E. O. Price) Correspondence re regional meeting liability

Folder 5 1981, 82 Executive Committee papers

Folder 6 1981 (John G. Vandenbergh) Allee Award papers

Folder 7 1981-82 (D. A. Dewsbury) ABS Financial matters

Folder 8 1981-82 (Jack P. Hailman) Correspondence with Executive Committee

Folder 9 1981-82 (Hailman) Correspondence with Executive Committee Members at Large

Folder 10 1981-83 (J. P. Hailman) Hailman papers

Folder 11 1981-86 President's Papers: Correspondence with journal editor

Folder 12 1982-83 (J. G. Vandenbergh) Vandenbergh papers

Folder 13 1982-84 Correspondence re Fellows

Folder 14 1982-84 (D. G. Kleiman) Correspondence, Division of Animal Behavior meetings

Box 33

Folder 1 1982-87 President's papers: Correspondence with committees

Folder 2 1983-84 (John G. Vandenbergh) Vandenbergh papers

Folder 3 1984 (John G. Vandenbergh) Annual reports

Folder 4 1984 (John G. Vandenbergh) Miscellaneous papers

Folder 5 1984 (John G. Vandenbergh) Election of fellows

Folder 6 1984 (Kleiman) Correspondence re relations with Ecological Society of America

Folder 7 1985-86 (Jeanne Altmann) Correspondence with American Society of Zoologists

Folder 8 1985-87 Correspondence re logo

Folder 9 1986 (Jeanne Altmann) Correspondence re Fellows

Folder 10 1986 (Gordon M. Burghardt) ABS Founders award

Folder 11 1986-87 (G. M. Burghardt) Correspondence, Organization and Bylaws Committee

Folder 12 1986-87 (Gordon M. Burghardt) Miscellaneous correspondence

Box 34

Folder 1 1987 (Gordon M. Burghardt) Correspondence with Executive Committee

Folder 2 1987 (Colin G. Beer) Correspondence re meeting

Folder 3 1988-89 (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) Executive Committee

Folder 4 1990-91 (Patrick W. Colgan) Correspondence

Folder 5 1990-92 (Charles T. Snowden) Correspondence

Folder 6 1990-91 (Charles T. Snowden) Correspondence, ABS Goals and Objectives

Section 4. Committee Papers

Box 35 Executive Committee

Folder 1 1965-69 Executive Committee papers

Folder 2 1976-84 Executive Committee papers

Folder 3 1980-85 Executive Committee papers

Folder 4 1985-86 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 5 1987 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 6 1987-88 Executive Committee correspondence

Box 36

Folder 1 1988-89 Executive Committee correspondence

Folder 2 1990 Executive Committee; annual reports

Folder 3 1992 Executive Committee Meeting; annual reports

Folder 4 1955-58 Glossary Committee

Folder 5 1958-67 Glossary Committee

Folder 6 1959-60 Ichthyology and Herpetology Committee

Folder 7 1961-63 Russian Translation Committee

Folder 8 1958-81 Membership Committee correspondence and membership lists

Folder 9 1981, 85 Membership directories

Folder 10 1981-87 Membership Committee: correspondence

Box 37

Folder 1 1967,78 Film Committee

Folder 2 1981-86 Film Committee: correspondence

Folder 3 1984-87 Film contest

Folder 4 1984-91 Film Committee; annual reports

Folder 5 1988-91 Film Committee correspondence

Folder 6 1967-81 Nominating Committee

Folder 7 1981-82 Nominating Committee

Folder 8 1964-67 Animal Behaviour Monographs

Folder 9 1967-70 Laboratory manual

Folder 10 1974 Price/Stokes Laboratory Manual

Folder 11 1981-86 Public Affairs Committee correspondence

Folder 12 1984-90 Public Affairs Committee correspondence

Box 38

Folder 1 1985-89 Public Affairs Committee papers

Folder 2 1979-80 Meeting (time of year) Committee

Folder 3 1987-88 Logo Committee correspondence

Folder 4 1988-89 Research Grants Committee correspondence

Box 38 (continued)

Folder 5 1975-77 Editor (Jack P. Hailman) papers: correspondence

Folder 6 1983-85 Committee on Certification correspondence

Folder 7 1986-87 Applied Issues in Behavior correspondence

Folder 8 1985-86 Committee on Research correspondence

Folder 9 1964-68 Education Committee

Folder 10 1966-85 Education Committee: annual reports

Folder 11 1967-85 Education Committee: products

Box 39 Education Committee Papers

Folder 1 1968-70 Summer Institute proposals

Folder 2 1968-72 Correspondence

Folder 3 1973-78 Correspondence

Folder 4 1976 Teaching symposium

Folder 5 1978-82 Correspondence

Folder 6 1981-82 Data for Graduate Programs In Animal Behavior; A

Folder 7 1981-82 Data for Graduate Programs In Animal Behavior; B

Folder 8 1981-82 Data for Graduate Programs In Animal Behavior; C

Box 40

Folder 1 1981-86 Education Committee correspondence

Folder 2 1983-85 Education Committee correspondence

Folder 3 1967-71 Policy Committee materials

Folder 4 1972-80 Policy Committee papers

Folder 5 1975-78 Policy Committee papers

Folder 6 1979-82 Policy Committee papers

Folder 7 1979-85 Policy Committee materials

Folder 8 1982-83 Policy Committee papers

Folder 9 1983-84 Policy Committee papers

Folder 10 1985 Policy and Planning Committee correspondence

Folder 11 1986 Policy and Planning Committee correspondence

Folder 12 1987, 88 Policy and Planning Committee correspondence

Box 41

Folder 1 1989-90 Policy Committee correspondence

Folder 2 1982 Allee Award Committee: competition

Folder 3 1991 Allee Award: participant forms

Folder 4 1972-74 Allee Award: Ernst S. Reese files

Folder 5 1972-81 Allee Award: Newsletters pertaining to award

Folder 6 1972-89 Allee Award: selected pages from programs

Folder 7 1972-91 Allee Award: participants

Folder 8 1972-92 Allee Award: judges

Box 41 (continued)

Folder 9 1977 Allee Award: papers, 1977 competition

Folder 10 1981-83 Allee Award: competition

Folder 11 1990-91 Allee Award: Gail R. Michener correspondence

Folder 12 1990-91 Allee Award: G. R. Michener, miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 13 1990-91 Allee Award: G. R. Michener, correspondence re book awards

Box 42 (Restricted)

Folder 1 1981-86 Animal Care Committee correspondence

Folder 2 1986-90 Animal Care Committee correspondence

Folder 3 1986-89 Animal Care Committee decisions on manuscripts

Folder 4 1985-87 Research Grants Committee correspondence

Folder 5 1987-88 Research Grants Committee correspondence

Folder 6 1987-88 Research Grants Committee applications (A)

Folder 7 1987-88 Research Grants Committee applications (B)

Folder 8 1987-88 Research Grants Committee applications (C)

Folder 9 1986-87 Committee on Ethics correspondence

Section 5. Historian's Photo Collection

Box 43

Folder 1 Warder Clyde Allee, circa 1957

Folder 2 John Paul Scott, Section Chairman, 1956-57

Folder 3 Alpheus M. Guhl, Section Chairman, 1957-58

Folder 4 John T. Emlen, Section Chairman, 1958-59

Folder 5 Lester R. Aronson, Section Chairman, 1959-60

Folder 6 William C. Young, Section Chairman, 1960-61

Folder 7 William C. Dilger, Section Chairman, 1961-62

Folder 8 Nicholas E. Collias, Section Chairman, 1962-63

Folder 9 Edgar Brewer Hale, Section Chair, 1963-64; ABS President 1965-66

Folder 10 Howard E. Winn, President 1966-67

Folder 11 Martin Warren Schein, President, 1967-68

Folder 12 Charles H. Southwick, President, 1968-69

Folder 13 Peter R. Marler, President, 1969-70

Folder 14 John A. King, President, 1970-71

Folder 15 Allen W. Stokes, President, 1971-72

Folder 16 Edwin M. Banks, President, 1972-73

Folder 17 John F. Eisenberg, President, 1973-74

Folder 18 Ernst S. Reese, President, 1974-75

Folder 19 Jerry Hirsch, President, 1975-76

Folder 20 Paul B. Siegel, President, 1976-77

Folder 21 Stuart A. Altmann, President, 1977-78

Folder 22 Donald A. Dewsbury, President, 1978-79

Folder 23 George W. Barlow, President, 1979-80

Folder 24 Edward O. Price, President, 1980-81

Folder 25 Jack P. Hailman, President, 1981-82

Folder 26 John G. Vandenbergh, President, 1982-83

Folder 27 Devra G. Kleiman, President, 1983-84

Folder 28 Colin G. Beer, President, 1984-85

Folder 29 Jeanne Altmann, President, 1985-86

Folder 30 Gordon M. Burghardt, President, 1986-87

Folder 31 Sidney A. Gauthreaux, President, 1987-88

Folder 32 John Fentress, President, 1988-89

Folder 33 Patrick W. Colgan, President, 1989-90

Folder 34 Charles T. Snowden, President, 1990-91

Folder 35 H. Jane Brockmann, President, 1991-92

Folder 36 Gail R. Michener, President, 1992-93

Folder 37 Zuleyma Tang-Martinez, President, 1993-94

Folder 38 Charles C. Carpenter, Secretary, 1966-69

Box 43 (continued)

Folder 39 Benjamin B. Beck, Secretary, 1975-78

Folder 40 Janis Driscoll, Secretary, 1990-92

Folder 41 C. Richard Terman, Treasurer, 1976-79

Folder 42 Robert W. Matthews, Treasurer, 1988-90

Folder 43 David Edward Davis, Associate Editor, Animal Behaviour, 1958-63

Folder 44 Ethel Tobach, Assistant Editor, Animal Behaviour, 1964-68

Folder 45 Rollin H. Denniston, II, Nominating Committee, 1956, 1965

Folder 46 Thomas A. Sebeok, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1966-69

Folder 47 James A. Mulligan, S.J., AIBS / AAAS Representative, 1970-74

Folder 48 Donald D. Jensen, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1967-70

Folder 49 Robert W. Goy, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1969-72

Folder 50 Stephen T. Emlen, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1972-75

Folder 51 Benjamin D. Sachs, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1974-77

Folder 52 Carol Sue Carter, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1975-78

Folder 53 David W. Dunham, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1977-80

Folder 54 Joan Lockard, Program Officer, 1977-80

Folder 55 Dietland Muller-Schwarze, Executive Committee Member-at-Large,

1979-82 Folder 56 Elizabeth Atkins-Regan, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1981-84

Folder 57 Stephen Rebach, Constitution/Bylaws Committee, 1970-82

Folder 58 Lee C. Drickamer, Program Officer, 1983-86

Folder 59 Edward H. Burtt, Jr., Parliamentarian, 1983-86

Folder 60 Philip N. Lehner, Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1983-86

Folder 61 Meredith West, Editor, Animal Behaviour, 1991-94

Folder 62 Bennett G. Galef, Jr. Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 1991-94

Folder 63 Douglas K. Candland, Policy Committee, 1979-82

Folder 64 George H. Waring, Public Affairs Committee, 1983-86

Folder 65 Susan Riechert, Program Officer, 1986-88

Folder 66 Janet Randall, Membership Committee, 1983-86

Folder 67 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Mark Bekoff

Folder 68 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Helmut C. Mueller

Folder 69 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; John H. Crook, Keynote Speaker

Folder 70 C. R. Cox, Allee Award winner, 1978

Folder 71 Konrad Z. Lorenz, Arthur Myrberg, Ernst Reese, 1975 (?)

Folder 72 Edward O. Wilson (Joe Pratt photo)

Folder 73 1974 meeting, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL

Folder 74 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; 2x2 color slides

Box 43 (continued)

Folder 75 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (?); B/W photos

Folder 76 1976 meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Folder 77 1977 meeting, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Folder 78 1978 meeting, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Folder 79 1979 meeting, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

Folder 80 1981 meeting, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Folder 81 1982 meeting, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN

Folder 82 1984 meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA

Folder 83 1984 meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA; "Founders" group photo

Folder 84 1984 meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA; M. W. Schein, E. B. Hale

Folder 85 1984 meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA; group photo

Folder 86 1982 meeting, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN; E. M. Banks, Patricia Sutherland

Folder 87 1984 meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney; M. W. Schein, J. Paul Scott, Nicholas E. Collias

Folder 88 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh; C. H. Southwick, the Oppenheimers

Folder 89 1987 meeting, Williams College, Williamstown, MA; the Drickamers

Folder 90 1987 meeting, Williams College, Williamstown, MA; Lee C. Drickamer,

Sidney A. Gauthreaux

Folder 91 1987 meeting, Williams College, Williamstown, MA; S. A. Gauthreaux, H. Jane Brockmann

Folder 92 1989 meeting, University of Northern Kentucky; J. Paul Scott, Stuart A. Altmann

Folder 93 1985 meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Folder 94 1987 meeting, Williams College, Williamstown, MA

Folder 95 1989 meeting, University of Northern Kentucky

Folder 96 Correspondence re photos

Folder 97 Color slides, Journal covers, 1953, 1958, 1984

Folder 98 Nancy Jessop, Secretary, 1972-75

Folder 99 Hugh Dingle, President, 1994-95

Folder 100 Photos from 1994 annual meeting

Section 6. Newsletters

Box 44

Folder 1 1953, 55 Newsletters, Committee for the Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions

Folder 2 1956 Section Newsletters, vol 1

Folder 3 1957 Section Newsletters, vol 2

Folder 4 1958 Section Newsletters, vol 3

Folder 5 1959 Section Newsletters, vol 4

Folder 6 1960 Section Newsletters, vol 5

Folder 7 1961 Section Newsletters, vol 6

Folder 8 1962 Section Newsletters, vol 7

Folder 9 1963 Section Newsletters, vol 8

Folder 10 1964 Section Newsletters, vol 9

Folder 11 1965 ABS Newsletters, vol 10

Folder 12 1966 ABS Newsletters, vol 11

Folder 13 1967 ABS Newsletters, vol 12

Folder 14 1968 ABS Newsletters, vol 13

Folder 15 1969 ABS Newsletters, vol 14

Folder 16 1970 ABS Newsletters, vol 15

Folder 17 1971 ABS Newsletters, vol 16

Folder 18 1972 ABS Newsletters, vol 17

Folder 19 1973 ABS Newsletters, vol 18

Folder 20 1974 ABS Newsletters, vol 19

Folder 21 1975 ABS Newsletters, vol 20

Box 45

Folder 1 1976 ABS Newsletters, vol 21

Folder 2 1977 ABS Newsletters, vol 22

Folder 3 1978 ABS Newsletters, vol 23

Folder 4 1979 ABS Newsletters, vol 24

Folder 5 1980 ABS Newsletters, vol 25

Folder 6 1981 ABS Newsletters, vol 26

Folder 7 1982 ABS Newsletters, vol 27







Box 46

Folder 1 1983 ABS Newsletters, vol 28

Folder 2 1984 ABS Newsletters, vol 29

Folder 3 1985 ABS Newsletters, vol 30

Folder 4 1986 ABS Newsletters, vol 31

Folder 6 1987 ABS Newsletters, vol 32

Folder 7 1988 ABS Newsletters, vol 33

Folder 8 1989 ABS Newsletters, vol 34

Folder 9 1990 ABS Newsletters, vol 35

Folder 10 1991 ABS Newsletters, vol 36

Folder 11 1992 Newsletters 1991-Spring 1992

Folder 12 1985-86 American Society of Zoologists-Division Newsletters

Folder 13 1986 American Society of Zoologists-Division Newsletter, Fall

Folder 14 1990-92 ABS Net: e-mail Newsletters, Sept 1990-May 1992; James C. Ha

Section 7. Program Officer's Papers

Box 47

Folder 1 1966-74 Regional meetings

Folder 2 1975-84 Regional meetings

Folder 3 1981 Regional meeting, Binghamton, NY

Folder 4 1969 Notes from American Institute of Biological Sciences meeting

Folder 5 1971 Abstracts, annual meeting, Utah State University, Logan

Folder 6 1972 Annual meeting, University of Nevada, Reno

Folder 7 1973 Annual meeting, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Folder 8 1974 Annual meeting, University of Illinois, Champaign

Folder 9 1975 Annual meeting, University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Box 48

Folder 1 1976 Annual meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder

Folder 2 1977 Annual meeting, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Folder 3 1977-79 Meeting programs

Folder 4 1978 (Joan S. Lockard) Correspondence, 1978 meeting

Folder 5 1978 Annual meeting, University of Washington, Seattle

Folder 6 1978, 79 (Joan S. Lockard) Correspondence re 1978, 1979 meetings

Folder 7 1978 Annual meeting, Tulane University, New Orleans

Box 49

Folder 1 1979-82 Programs for Annual Meetings

Folder 2 1979-82 Transmittal forms

Folder 3 1979-84 Meeting programs

Folder 4 1980 Correspondence re 1980 meeting

Folder 5 1980 Correspondence, 1980 meeting

Folder 6 1980 Annual meeting, Colorado State University, Fort Collins

Box 50

Folder 1 1980-84 Possible meeting sites

Folder 2 1981 (Terry Christenson) Correspondence re 1981 meeting, Knoxville, TN

Folder 3 1981 Annual meeting, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Folder 4 1981-83 (Terry Christenson) Correspondence

Folder 5 1981-88 Correspondence re meeting sites

Folder 6 1982 (Terry Christenson) Guidelines for symposia

Folder 7 1982 Guide to Hosting Annual Meetings

Folder 8 1982 Annual meeting, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Folder 9 1983 Correspondence re symposium at Bucknell University meeting

Box 51

Folder 1 1985 Correspondence re 1985 meeting, Raleigh, NC

Folder 2 1983 Annual meeting, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA

Folder 3 1984 Annual meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney (A)

Folder 4 1984 Annual meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney (B)

Folder 5 1984 Annual meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney (C)

Folder 6 1984 Annual meeting, Eastern Washington University, Cheney (D)

Folder 7 1984 Annual meeting papers, Eastern Washington University, Cheney

Box 52

Folder 1 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh (A)

Folder 2 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh (B)

Folder 3 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh (C)

Folder 4 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh (D)

Folder 5 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, (E)

Folder 6 1985 Program Officer papers: notes for 1985 meeting

Folder 7 1985 Annual meeting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh

Folder 8 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson (A)

Box 53

Folder 1 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson (B)

Folder 2 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson (C)

Folder 3 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson (D)

Folder 4 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson (E)

Folder 5 1986 Correspondence re 1986 meeting, Tucson

Folder 6 1986 Founders Memorial Poster Award, 1986; Edwin M. Banks memorial

Folder 7 1986 Annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson

Box 54

Folder 1 1987 Correspondence re 1987 meeting, Williamstown

Folder 2 1987 Annual meeting, Williams College, Williamstown, MA

Folder 3 1988 Correspondence re 1988 meeting, Missoula, MT

Folder 4 1989 Annual meeting, University of Northern Kentucky

Folder 5 1989-91 Meeting programs, 1989-91

Folder 6 1990 Annual meeting, State University of New York, Binghamton

Folder 7 1992 Program Materials, Annual Meeting, Kingston, Ontario

Folder 8 1979 American Society of Zoologists-Division of Animal Behavior meeting, December, Tampa, FL


Box 55

Folder 1 1980 Correspondence re Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting, Seattle

Folder 2 1980 Registration forms, Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting, Seattle, WA

Folder 3 1981 Correspondence re Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting, Dallas, TX

Folder 4 1982 Correspondence re Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting, Louisville, KY

Folder 5 1983 Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting papers, Philadelphia, PA

Folder 6 1983 Correspondence, Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists symposium, Philadelphia, PA

Folder 7 1984 Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting papers, Denver, CO

Folder 8 1984 Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting papers, Baltimore, MD

Folder 9 1985 Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting papers, Nashville, TN

Folder 10 1986 Correspondence, Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists meeting, New Orleans, LA

Folder 11 1983 Program Officer report to Executive Committee

Section 8. Treasurer's Papers

Box 56

Folder 1 1964-65 Dues book (Parts 1 and 2)

Folder 2 1967-77 Treasurer's papers

Folder 3 1967-81 IRS tax returns

Folder 4 1967-83 Cash receipts and disbursements

Folder 5 1968-81 Annual Corporate reports, Illinois

Folder 6 1971-79 Treasurer correspondence

Folder 7 1974-81 Treasurer's reports

Box 57

Folder 1 1976-80 Ledger book

Folder 2 1977-79 Treasurer (C. Richard Terman) papers

Folder 3 1978-82 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) papers

Folder 4 1979 Treasurer (C. Richard Terman) papers: Bank accounts

Folder 5 1979-80 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) papers: Correspondence re problems

Folder 6 1979-80 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) papers: Receipts

Folder 7 1979-80 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) papers: Bank statements, deposit slips, checks

Folder 8 1979-80 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) papers: Membership status changes, inquiries

Box 58 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) Papers

Folder 1 1979-80 Update memos

Folder 2 1979-81 Requests for labels and invoices

Folder 3 1979-81 Correspondence

Folder 4 1979-81 New members (A)

Box 59 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) Papers

Folder 1 1979-81 New members (B)

Folder 2 1979-81 Correspondence, reports, transactions

Folder 3 1979-82 Check records

Folder 4 1979-82 Correspondence re problems

Folder 5 1980 Update memos

Folder 6 1980 New member list






Box 60 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) Papers

Folder 1 1980 Membership list (computer printout)

Folder 2 1980-81 Correspondence re problems

Folder 3 1980-81 Invoices

Folder 4 1980-81 Bank statements, deposit slips, checks

Folder 5 1980-81 Journal inquiries

Folder 6 1980-81 Changes of address

Folder 7 1980-81 Updates

Box 61

Folder 1 1981 Member inquiries

Folder 2 1981 IRS exemption status information

Folder 3 1981 Update memos

Folder 4 1981 ABS foreign listing (computer printout)

Folder 5 1981 ABS domestic listing (computer printout)

Folder 6 1981 Membership paperwork

Box 62 Treasurer (H. B. Graves) Papers

Folder 1 1981 New members

Folder 2 1981-82 Correspondence re problems

Folder 3 1981-82 Label requests, orders, invoices

Folder 4 1981-82 Bank statements, deposit slips, checks

Folder 5 1981-82 Journal inquiries

Box 63

Folder 1 1981-82 Updates

Folder 2 1981-86 Reports to Executive Committee,

Folder 3 1982 Membership paperwork

Folder 4 1982 Membership list (computer printout)

Folder 5 1982-83 Member correspondence

Folder 6 1982-83 Updates

Box 64

Folder 1 1982-83 Financial records (A)

Folder 2 1982-83 Financial records (B)

Folder 3 1982-83 Financial records (C)

Folder 4 1982-84 Bank materials

Folder 5 1983 Membership list (computer printout)

Folder 6 1983 Check records

Box 65 Treasurer (H. Jane Brockmann) Papers

Folder 1 1983 Correspondence with publisher

Folder 2 1983-84 Miscellaneous correspondence (A)

Folder 3 1983-84 Miscellaneous correspondence (B)

Folder 4 1983-84 Check records

Folder 5 1983-84 Bank materials

Folder 6 1984 First issue materials

Folder 7 1984 New journal problems

Box 66

Folder 1 1984 Correspondence with Halliday

Folder 2 1984 Update materials

Folder 3 1984 Updates and amendments, June

Folder 4 1984 Updates, July-October

Folder 5 1984-85 Check records

Folder 6 1984-85 Certificates of deposit

Folder 7 1984-85 Bank statements, NOW accounts

Box 67

Folder 1 1984-85 Bank statements, Money Market accounts

Folder 2 1984-85 Receipts

Folder 3 1984-85 Credit cards

Folder 4 1984-85 Deposits

Folder 5 1984-85 Correspondence with Executive Committee

Folder 6 1984-85 Miscellaneous correspondence

Folder 7 1985 Miscellaneous correspondence

Box 68

Folder 1 1985 General updates

Folder 2 1985 Updates, January-February

Folder 3 1985 Updates, March-April

Folder 4 1985 Updates, May-June

Box 69

Folder 1 1985 Updates, July-August

Folder 2 1985 Updates, September-October

Folder 3 1985 Updates, November-December

Folder 4 1985-86 Budget, 1985-86

Folder 5 1985-86 Bank statements and Certificates of Deposit

Folder 6 1985-86 Receipts, credit cards, deposits


Box 70

Folder 1 1986 Updates, January-February

Folder 2 1986 Updates, Mar-April

Folder 3 1986 Updates, May-June

Folder 4 1986 Updates, July-August

Folder 5 1986 Tax return

Folder 6 1986-87 Executive Committee reports, budget

Folder 7 1986-87 Bank statements and Certificates of Deposit

Box 71

Folder 1 1986-87 Receipts

Folder 2 1986-87 Miscellaneous bank materials and correspondence, 1986-87

Folder 3 1987 Membership list, 1987 (computer printout)

Box 72 1971-82 Membership record cards (3x5 cards)

Box 73 1978-80 Membership record cards (3x5 cards)

Box 74 1983-85 Membership record cards (3x5 cards)

Section 9. Late Papers

Box 75

Folder 1 1986-87 President (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) papers: Executive Committee meeting

Folder 2 1987-88 President (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) papers: Correspondence

Folder 3 1987-88 President (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) papers: Committee assignments

Folder 4 1988 President (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) papers: Fellows election

Folder 5 1988 President (Sidney A. Gauthreaux) papers: Executive Committee meeting

Folder 6 1977-85 Committee on Animal Care (Zuleyma Tang-Martinez): Correspondence

Folder 7 1986-88 Education Committee (Daniel Q. Estep): Correspondence, materials

Box 76 President (H. Jane Brockmann) Papers

Folder 1 1990-91 Executive Committee materials

Folder 2 1990-92 Correspondence re Fellows

Folder 3 1991 Notes on visit to the National Science Foundation

Folder 4 1991-92 Correspondence with committees (A)

Folder 5 1991-92 Correspondence with committees (B)

Folder 6 1991-92 Correspondence with other officers

Folder 7 1991-92 Correspondence with Historian

Box 77 President (H. Jane Brockmann) Papers

Folder 1 1991-92 Correspondence re meeting sites

Folder 2 1991-92 Correspondence with past presidents

Folder 3 1991-92 Correspondence with representatives to other organizations

Folder 4 1991-93 Correspondence re ABS Goals and Objectives

Folder 5 1992-93 Correspondence

Folder 6 1992-93 Correspondence re multi-editor system

Folder 7 1992-93 Correspondence with National Science Foundation

Folder 8 1993 Correspondence with Nominating Committee

Folder 9 1993 Correspondence with Career Awards Committee

Folder 10 1993 Annual reports of committees and officers

Box 78

Folder 1 1990-91 Parliamentarian (George H. Waring) papers: Updates on ABS Constitution, Bylaws and Policies

Folder 2 1992 Parliamentarian (George H. Waring) papers: Handbook, ABS Constitution, Bylaws and Policies (A)

Folder 3 1992 Parliamentarian (George H. Waring) papers: Handbook, ABS Constitution, Bylaws and Policies (B)

Box 78 (continued)

Folder 4 1992 President-elect (Gail R. Michener) correspondence re Founder's Award honoring A. M. Guhl

Folder 5 1992 Membership Committee: Correspondence re Membership Directory

Folder 6 1992 Membership Directory, published

Folder 7 1992 Historian collection: 'T' shirt, 1992 annual meeting

Folder 8 1993 Historian collection: 'T' shirt, 1993 annual meeting

Box 79 Program Officer (Lynnette D. Houck) Papers

Folder 1 1988-89 Correspondence re 1990 meeting, Binghamton, NY

Folder 2 1988-90 Correspondence re symposium, 'Quantitative Genetic Studies of the Evolution of Behavior'

Folder 3 1989 Allee competition papers

Folder 4 1989-90 Correspondence re symposium, 'Cooperation'

Folder 5 1989-90 Correspondence re symposium, 'Human-Animal Bond'

Folder 6 1989 Meeting information, 1989 meeting, Northern Kentucky University

Folder 7 1990 Correspondence re symposium, 'Mechanism of Mate Choice'

Folder 8 1990 Guide for Hosting Annual Meetings

Folder 9 1990 Correspondence re symposium, 'Evolutionary Psychology'

Folder 10 1991 Correspondence re symposium, 'Basic Animal Behavior Research in Zoos'

Folder 11 1992 Correspondence re symposium, 'Cooperative Breeding in Mammals'

Folder 12 1992 Correspondence re possible symposia

Folder 13 1993 Program materials, annual meeting, Davis, CA

Folder 14 1994 Materials for 1995 annual meeting: invitation, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1994

Folder 15 1994 Materials of Ploger Workshop on Laboratory Exercises

Box 80 Membership Committee (Ira B. Perelle) Papers

Folder 1 1988 Correspondence

Folder 2 1989 Correspondence

Folder 3 1990 Correspondence

Folder 4 1991 Correspondence

Folder 5 1992 Correspondence

Folder 6 1993 Correspondence

Folder 7 1994 Correspondence

Box 81 Research Grants Committee (Bennett G. Galef, Jr.) Papers (Restricted)

Folder 1 1993-94 Applications (A)

Folder 2 1993-94 Applications (B)

Folder 3 1993-94 Applications (C)

Folder 4 1993-94 Applications (D)

Folder 5 1993-94 Reviews of applications

Index to the Subjects in the Collection

AAAS (see American Association for the Advancement of Science)

AAAS meeting, 4,5,8,19

AAZPA (see American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums)

Accreditation, 19,4

Animal Behavior Society Personnel, 24,4,5; 25, 2,3

AIBS (see American Institute of Biological Sciences)

American Institute of Biological Sciences meeting, 4,11; 14,2

Allee Awards Committee, 14,3; 18,3; 27,6; 32,6; 41,2-13; 79,3

Altmann, Jeanne, 33,7,9

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2,5; 6,4; 7,11; 12,3; 13,3; 14,8;

17,8; 29,7

American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, 25,6

American Institute of Biological Sciences, 4,23; 8,12; 12,3; 13,3; 14,8; 17,9; 24,13; 27,7; 29,7; 47,4

American Society of Zoologists, 2,6,14; 3,2,9; 6,10; 8, 8; 12,3; 13,3; 14,8; 16,7; 17,7; 31,1,8; 32,14; 33,7

Animal Behaviour Monographs, 37,8

Animal Care Committee, 42,1-3

Animals in Research (see Guidelines for Use of Animals in Research)

Animal Welfare, 27,7

Applied Issues in Animal Behavior, 38,7

Archives, Animal Behavior Society, 25,4; 26,6,7,10; 27,3

Aronson, Lester R., 1,9

ASZ (see American Society of Zoologists)

Bailliere & Tindall, journal publishers, 4,22

Bank Materials, 57,4,7; 60,4; 62,4; 64,4; 65,5; 66,7; 67,1; 69,5; 70,7

Banks, Edwin M., 53,6

Barlow, George W., 4,17

Beer, Colin G., 34,2

Behavior Training Courses, 4,10

Bibliography Publication, 1966-71, 6,7

British Journal of Animal Behaviour, 1,1,5

Brockmann, H. Jane, 18,15; 65; 76-77

Burghardt, Gordon M., 33,10-12; 34,1

Career Awards Committee, 77,9

Careers Brochure, 6,5

Carpenter, Charles C., 6,9

Certification, 19, 4

Certification Committee, 38,6

Christenson, Terry, 50,2,4,6

Colgan, Patrick W., 34,4

Committee for the Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions, 24,1; 44,1,2

Constitution, ByLaws, 2,2; 4,15; 11,2; 19,5; 20,3; 23,6; 24,3,12; 26,9; 28,8

CSASUNC (see Committee for the Study of Animal Societies Under Natural Conditions)

Division of Animal Behavior-American Society of Zoologists (see Division of Animal Behavior, American Society of Zoologists)

Davis, David E., 2,13

Dewsbury, Donald A., 29; 31; 32,3,7

Diamond, Milton, 4,16

Dilger, William C., 3,4

Division of Animal Behavior, American Society of Zoologists, 2,1; 13,6; 16,9; 18,6; 32,14; 46,12,13; 54,8; 55,1-8

Early History, Animal Behavior Society, 25,11

Ecological Society of America, 1,15; 2,6; 3,5,15; 4,6; 6,6; 27,8; 29,8; 33,6

Education Committee, 38,9-11; 39; 40,1,2; 75,7

e-mail, ABS Net, 46,14

Emlen, John T., 1,13

ESA (see Ecological Society of America)

Estep, Daniel Q., 75,7

Executive Committee, 6,1; 7,10; 8,1; 9,6; 10,3; 12,4,6; 13,7,8; 14,2; 15,5-7,9; 16,1,2,6; 17,12; 18,1,9,13,16; 19,2,7,9; 20,6,9; 21,1,8; 22,3; 23,1,3; 30,8; 31,3; 32,1,3,5,8,9; 34,1,3; 35; 36,1-3; 75,1,5; 76,1

Fellows, 7,6; 25,7; 31,7; 32,13; 33,5,9; 75,4; 76,2

Film Awards, 18,3

Film Catalogs, 1972, 1979, 8,6

Film Committee, 12,2; 37,1-5

Founder Button, 27,5

Founders, 27,1,2

Founders Award, 33,10; 53,6; 78,4

Galef, Bennett G., Jr., 81

Gauthreaux, Sidney A., 21,3; 34,3; 75,1-5

Glossary Committee, 36,4,5

Goals and Objectives, ABS, 34,6; 77,4

Graduate Programs in Animal Behavior, 8,5; 16,11; 38,11; 39,6-8

Graves, H. B., 16,4,10; 31,9; 57,3,5-8; 58-60; 62

Guhl, Alpheus M., 1,8; 78,4

Guide to Hosting Meetings, 14,6; 17,13; 50,7; 79,8

Guidelines for Use of Animals in Research, 16,12

Ha, James C., 46,14

Hailman, Jack P., 32,8,9,10; 38,5

Handbook for Officers & Committee Chairs, 21,2; 22,4

History, ABS, 27,4

Houck, Lynnette D., 79

Human Ethology, 10,5; 15,2

Ichthyology and Herpetology Committee, 36,6

International Ethological Congress meeting, Toulouse, France, 20,4

Internal Revenue Service, 56,3; 61,2; 70,5

Journal archives, University of Akron, 25,4

Kleiman, Devra G., 32,14; 33,6

Kollros, Jerry, 3,9

Laboratory Manual, 37,9,10

Lockard, Joan S., 48,4,6

Logo, 33,8

Logo Committee, 38,3

Mailing Permits, 7,4

Manning, Aubrey, 26,1

Maori Proverbs gift towel, 26,8

Meeting (time of year) Committee, 38,2

Membership Committee, 4,16; 36,8-10; 78,5-6; 80

Membership Directory, 3,8,10; 4,3; 16,5; 36,9; 60,1; 63,3; 71,3

Membership letters, 2,8,10,11; 3,12; 4,1

Michener, Gail R., 78,4

Moment, Gairdner R., 2,12

Multi-editor System, 77,6

Nominating Committee, 37,6,7

National Research Council Committee on Life Sciences, 17,5

National Science Foundation, 76,3; 77,7

Nominating Committee, 77,8

Organizational documents, 24,6,11

Organization and Bylaws Committee, 33,11

Parliamentarian, 26,11; 78,1-3

Perelle, Ira B., 80

Photographs, 43

Policy and Planning Committee, 30,5; 40,3-13; 41,1

Price, Edward O., 31,10; 32,1,3

Price/Stokes Laboratory Manual, 1974, 37,10

Public Affairs Committee, 37,11,12; 38,1

Regional meetings, 47,1-3

Research Grants Committee, 38,4,8; 81

Russian Translation Committee, 36,7

Schein, Martin W., 24,10

Section on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology, ESA, 1,3,4,7,10-12,14,16; 2,4,7; 24,2; 28,1-4; 44,3-10

Scott, J. Paul, 1,2

Snowden, Charles T., 34,5,6

SOABS (see Section on Animal Behavior and Sociobiology, ESA)

Stearitt, G., 3,15

Stokes, Allen W., 3,6

'T' Shirt, Annual meetings, 27,5; 78,7,8

Tang-Martinez, Zulemya, 75,6

Teaching symposium, Berkeley meeting, 1965, 4,20

Terman, C. Richard, 57,2,4

Turiel, Samuel N., 25,5

US Ethological Congress Committee, 16,3; 18,8

Vandenbergh, John G., 32,6,12; 33,2-5

Videotape, Founders, 27,2

Waring, George H., ,1-3

West, Patrick R., 1,5

Worden, Alistair N., 1,1

Young, William C., 3,3

Index to the Photos in the Collection

Allee, W. C., 1 Hirsch, Jerry, 19

Altmann, Jeanne, 29 Jensen, D. D., 48

Altmann, S. A., 21, 92 Jessop, Nancy, 98

Aronson, L. R., 5 King, J. A., 14

Atkins-Regan, E., 56 Kleiman, D. G., 27

Banks, E. M., 16, 86 Lehner, P. N., 60

Barlow, G. W., 23 Lockard, Joan, 54

Beck, B. B., 39 Lorenz, K. Z., 71

Bekoff, Marc, 67 Marler, P. R., 13

Beer, C. G., 28 Matthews, R. W., 42

Brockmann, H. J., 35, 91 Michener, G. R., 36

Burghardt, G. M., 30 Mueller, H. C., 68

Burtt, E. H., Jr., 59 Muller-Schwarze, D., 55

Candland, D. K., 63 Mulligan, J. A., 47

Carpenter, C. C., 38 Myrberg, A. J., 71

Carter, C. S., 52 Oppenheimer, J., 88

Colgan, P. W., 33 Pratt, Joe, 72

Collias, N. E., 8, 87 Price, E. O., 24

Collias, E. C., 8 Randall, Janet, 66

Cox, C. R., 70 Rebach, Stephen, 57

Crook, J. H., 69 Reese, E. S., 18, 71

Davis, D. E., 43 Riechert, Susan, 65

Denniston, R. H., II, 45 Sachs, B. D., 51

Dewsbury, D. A., 22 Schein, M. W., 11, 84, 87

Dilger, W. C., 7 Scott, J. P., 2, 87, 92

Dingle, Hugh, 99 Sebeok, T. A., 46

Drickamer, L. C., 58, 89, 90 Siegel, P. B., 20

Driscoll, Janis, 40 Snowden, C. T., 34

Dunham, D. W., 53 Southwick, C. H., 12, 88

Eisenberg, J. F., 17 Stokes, A. W., 15

Emlen, J. T., 4 Sutherland, Patricia, 86

Emlen, S. T., 50 Tang-Martinez, Z. 37

Fentress, John, 32 Terman, C. R., 41

Founders Group, 83 Tobach, Ethel, 44

Gauthreaux, S. A., 31, 90, 91 Vandenbergh, J. G., 26

Galef, B. G., Jr. 62 Waring, G. H., 64

Goy, R. W., 49 West, Meredith, 61

Guhl, A. M., 3 Wilson, E. O., 71

Hailman, J. P., 25 Winn, H. E., 10

Hale, E. B., 9, 84 Young, W. C., 6