Carroll Fenton Lane Science Series radio program lectures
Scope and Contents
Carroll Lane Fenton (1900-1969) authored and illustrated several books on paleontology and geology. In 1930, he recorded a series of lectures for local radio station WGR: Relics of Early Life; How Rocks are Formed; The Crust of the Earth; Mineral Deposits; and
Climates of the Past
This collections consists of typescripts and one handwritten manuscript of these lectures.
- Fenton, Carroll Lane, 1900-1969 (Person)
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Carroll Lane Fenton (1900-1969) authored and illustrated several books on paleontology and geology. A critic of creationism, Fenton taught at the University of Buffalo from 1930-1931. In 1930, he recorded a series of lectures for local radio station WGR:
Relics of Early Life, January 3, 1930 How Rocks are Formed The Crust of the Earth Mineral Deposits Climates of the Past
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Language of Materials
Set of 5 lectures by Dr. Carroll Lane Fenton of the University of Buffalo given in 1930 on WGR radio in Buffalo, New York.
The Carroll Fenton Lane Science Series radio program lectures were transferred to University Archives by the Department of Geology on March 23, 1982 as accession 82-026.
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Processed by Amy Vilz, July 2018; finding aid encoded by Amy Vilz, July 2018.
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