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Herman A. Scullen Papers, 1930-1972

Delmer Goode and Herman Scullen (far right) at the Triad Club head table, ca 1970s. Delmer Goode became Assistant College Editor in 1919, eventually serving as the Director of University Publications from 1943-1956. In
				1919, Goode founded Troop 1 of the Boy Scouts of America. Herman Scullen was a honey bee entomologist from 1920-1953. During Scullen's years in the Entomology department, the wasp collection increased dramatically. The
				Herman A. Scullen Memorial Fellowship was established for graduate studies in apiculture.

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MSS Scullen

The Herman A. Scullen Papers consist of records generated by entomologist Herman Scullen pertaining mainly to his research on wasps.

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0.7 cubic foot; 2 archives boxes

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These records were part of a larger accession of materials transferred to the Archives from the OSU Arthropod Museum. In addition to being placed into the record group for the Entomology Department (RG 27), the records from this accession have been separated and placed into manuscript collections for Entomology faculty Paul Oman, Louis Gentner, Herman Scullen, Paul Ritchter and James McIver.

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