Manuscript Collection of Max Hugo Weigold (1886-1973)
A Collection Description
This encoded finding aid describes a manuscript collection.
Title: Manuscript Collection of Max Hugo Weigold (1886-1973)
Object Date(s): 1913
Extent: 250 leaves in a folder.
Parent Collection: Tring Library
Collection Content: The manuscript collection of Max Hugo Weigold (1886-1973) comprises manuscript and typescript notes, written in German, on birds of Spain, Portugal and Tangier dated 1913 believed to be the work of Weigold.
Max Hugo Weigold (1886-1973), Dr. phil, was born in Dresden and studied natural sciences and geography in Jena and Leipzig. He worked for the Scientific Commission for Marine Research in Heligoland, specialising in bird migration. For six years Weigold carried out zoological research on China and Tibet and visited and wrote on these areas. Dr Weigold became Director of Natural Sciences at the Niedersachsisches Landesmuseum in Hanover.
Text of "Collection History" taken from
Manuscripts and Drawings in the Ornithology and Rothschild Libraries of The Natural History Museum at Tring.
Additional Collection Details:
No further accruals are expected for this collection.
Warr, Frances E.
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Museum Number: uls-a352870
Author: The author of this electronic finding aid is Susan Bennett.
Creation Information: Finding aid encoded by Rachel Perkins,
2003-05-13 . File derived from the Library and Information Services Unicorn Library Management System,
Record modified by Rachel Perkins.
Language: The finding aid is prepared in English.
Publisher: Department of Information and Library Systems, The Natural History Museum (London)
Cromwell Road, London, UK, SW7 5BD
@ 1994 - 2002 The Natural History Museum (London)
Repository: The Natural History Museum (London), Cromwell Road, London, UK, SW7 5BD
Location: Tring site