Jared P. Kirtland and Family

Folder contents:

  • Letter (copy) dated 13 July 1965 from Barbara Smith Cooper of the Lake County Historical Society to Edward O. Kirtland of Wayne, New Jersey, giving brief family history of the Kirtlands.
  • Article (copy) "Jared P. Kirtland: Man of Many Talents" by Erica h. Stux, from Western Reserve publication, May/June 1978.
  • Article (copy) undated, "Rare Warbler And Village Named After Famed Dr. Jared P. Kirtland" from Painesville Telegraph.
  • Article (copy) "Jared Potter Kirtland: Pioneer Ornithologist of Ohio" by Harold F. Mayfield from a Department of Natural History of the Ohio Historical Society publication, 1 Aug 1965.
  • Bibliographic list from Lakewood Historical Society: Source Information: Dr. Jared P. Kirtland.
  • Publication (copy) undated, The Explorer, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Volume Two, Number Seven featuring Jared Potter Kirtland; 33 pages.
  • Generation Line Chart (copy) of Kirtland Family, source: Lakewood Historical Society.
  • Article (copy) "Jared Potter Kirtland: Intellectual Giant of the Western Reserve" by Margaret Manor Butler; Annals of the Early Settlers Association, 1962-1966.
  • Articles (copies) on Jared P. Kirtland's home and career by Margaret Manor Butler for The Post, 1944.
  • Article (copy) undated, "Street Name Asked for Jared Kirtland" from Lakewood newspaper.
  • Advertisement (copy) for Lakewood Subdivision, Kirtland Lane, named for Jared P. Kirtland.
  • Article (copy) undated, likely 1950, "Kirtland Mansion in Lakewood May Be Razed" by Dave Davies.
  • Source references on Jared Potter Kirtland from Lakewood Historical Society: an 1859 shooting accident and death of a resident of Kirtland's house and Kirtland's listing in Lake View Cemetery.
  • Cemetery Record (copy) of Kirtland family members buried at Lake View Cemetery.
  • Transcript of recording of "A Tour of the Oldest Stone House, Lakewood, Ohio" with Margaret Manor Butler, Nov 1960, featuring Jared P. Kirtland.
  • Article (copy) Profile: Jared Potter Kirtland by Carl W. Albrecht, Jr. from TIMELINE, a publication of the Ohio Historical Society, April/May 1985.
  • Notes on Kirtland Family from 1850 Federal Census; source Lakewood Historical Society.
  • Article (copy) "The Personality of Jared Potter Kirtland as Revealed by Phrenology" by Patsy Gerstner, Ph.D.; The Bulletin of the Cleveland Medical Library; Volume XVIII, No. 3, July 1971.
  • Pages (copies) from The EXPLORER, A Magazine of the Natural Sciences; January 1961, featuring information on Jared P. Kirtland, namesake of new wing at Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
  • Article (copy) "Roots: Dr. Kirtland planted the idea for today's vegetable harvests over a century ago"; Plain Dealer, 3 Jun 1985.
  • Article (copy) "Fighting to Save a Songbird: Fire, Man Aid the Kirtland's Warbler" Detroit Free Press, 12 Jul 1973.
  • Article (copy) "Silencing tanks and muffling oil wells so a little bird might sing" Christian Science Monitor, 21 Sep 1982.
  • Publication (copy) "The Jack-Pine Warbler Story" published by the Michigan Audubon Society.
  • Article (copy) "Kirtland's Warbler" newspaper source unknown, 17 Jan 1961.
  • Article (copy) "Purposely set fire rages in Michigan" Plain Dealer, 7 May 1980.

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