One bound copy of "Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Indiana Academy of Science, Volume 39, 1929," Stanley A. Cain, Editor. The journal contains Kintner's article.
See also, "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," by William Eberly, pg. 56.
Date of Accession
11 March 2011
Bio History Note
In the summer of 1925, while plowing a field, Mr. Noah Cover struck a solid object buried in the ground. It proved to be the femur of a mastodon. On 19 October 1929 a party of teachers and students from Manchester College spent a day excavating the site. Kintner writes about the site and the excavation.
The 45th Annual Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science was held at Earlham College in Richmond Indiana on December 5-7, 1929. The publication was printed in Fort Wayne in 1930.
Dr. Eberly, author of "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," thinks that Claude Rupel would have been a student at that time and might be included in photographs of the mastodon dig..
Description prepared 11 March 2011 by Jeanine M. Wine.