Gilbert P. Waldbauer Papers, 1953-2007 | University of Illinois Archives
|Offsite: Prior notice required||2 Boxes|
Gilbert P. Waldbauer (1928- ) served as Professor of Entomology (1960-1995) at the University of Illinois. He studied agricultural pests, pest management, mimicry, and insect mating but he also wrote books on biology and entomology for the general public. Throughout his career Professor Waldbauer worked internationally as a researcher and government consultant.
His papers include biographical materials, correspondence, research grant and fellowship applications, unpublished talks, lectures, departmental bulletins, and publications relating to his work on agricultural pests, pest management, mimicry, and insect mating, among other things.
Organized into two series: Series 1: Research-related Papers, 1953-2007, organized alphabetically, listing biographical folders at the beginning; and Series II: Publications, 1964-1993, organized chronologically.