Banks, Nathan, 1933-00-00 © Senckenberg DEI, PSlg: 150
Name: Banks, Nathan
Date of birth: 1868-04-13
Place of birth: Roslyn, NY
Days of death: 1953-01-24
Place of death: Holliston, MA
Gender: male
Remark: Kurator, Mus. Cambridge, MA
Specialisms: Neuroptera
Akronyms: Bks.
Collection: Sammlung (spez. Arachnida, Neuroptera, Hymenoptera: Psammocharidae) an Mus. Comp. Zool. Cambridge (Mass.).

Carpenter, F. M.; Darlington, P. J. jr. 1954: [Banks, N.] Psyche, Cambridge/Mass. 61, B15 10002, pp. 81-110, Portr. + Schr.verz.

Darlington, P. J. jr. 1953: [Banks, N.] Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Columbus/Ohio 46, B15 10270, pp. 173

Essig, E. O. 1931: A History of Entomology. New York, Macmillan Company, VI+1-1029 S., B15: 4884, pp. 549-552

Gilbert, P. 2007: A Source Book for Biographical Literature on Entomologists Leiden, Backhuys Publishers, 694 S., A 2972, pp. 30

Harvey, J. M. V.; Gilbert, P.; Martin, K. 1996: A catalogue of manuscripts in the entomology library of the Natural History Museum, London. Mansell, London, xvi, 251 S., A 3755, pp. 13

Mallis, A. 1971: American Entomologists. Rutgers Univ. Press New Brunswick, B15 A1642, pp. 180-183, Portr.

Musgrave, A. 1932: Bibliography of Australian Entomology 1775 - 1930. Sydney, B15: 2154, pp. 14

Osborn, H. 1937: Fragments of Entomological History Including Some Personal Recollections of Men and Events. 1 Columbus, Ohio, Published by the Author, 1-394 S., B15: 6024, pp. 227, Portr.(Taf. 31)

Osborn, H. 1952: A Brief History of Entomology Including Time of Demosthenes and Aristotle to Modern Times with over Five Hundred Portraits. Columbus, Ohio, The Spahr & Glenn Company, 1-303 S., B15: 6024a, pp. 177, Portr.(Taf. 22)

Sachtleben, H. 1953: [Banks, N.] Beiträge zur Entomologie, Berlin 3, B15 11217, pp. 354-355

Viets, K. 1955: [Biographien], B15 6481, pp. 31-32, Portr.

Wade, J. S. 1936: [Banks, N.] Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington 38, B15 10215, pp. 104-105

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