Open to public research.
Graduated from Utah State Agricultural College in 1932 with a B.A., then UC Berkeley, to gain a Ph.D. in zoology. He returned to Utah State in 1944 as head of zoology.
Chiefly articles on parasitology and protozoology published between 1944 and 1974. Many are from the Journal of Protozoology and the Journal of Protozoology. Also includes microscope slides, lantern slides, and field notes (1952-1954).
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Permission to publish material from the Datus M. Hammond papers> must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.
Datus M. Hammond papers, 1944-1974. (COLL MSS 103). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.
|1-2||218 printed reprints and photocopies from bound journals
(mainly from Journal of Protozology and the Journal of Protozoology of articles by Datus M. Hammond).
|3-11||Research grants and reports from the USU Experiment Station, NSF, NIH, etc|
|18-34||Classified research notes|
|39-40||Class and teaching notes, UC Berkley||1932-36|
|41-45||Manuscripts of published papers|
|46||Foreign language journals and papers|
|47-49||Other media: microscope slides, lantern slides, film|
|51||Periodicals and reprints|