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Dr. Edith Patch

entomologist who wrote scientific articles about the dangers of chemical insecticides

Without Benefit of Insects: The Story of Edith M. Patch of the University of Maine

article about Edith M. Patch by K. Elizabeth Gibbs

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Education of Edith Marion Patch

4 Educational Institution(s) are currently recorded in Wikidata about Edith Marion Patch

Where Edith Marion Patch Worked

1 Employers of Edith Marion Patch Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

University of Maine

  • start time:
    1904-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • end time:
    1955-01-01T00:00:00Z
Company Name:
University of Maine
Description:
public research university in Orono, Maine, USA
Website:
http://www.umaine.edu/
Reference:
Wikidata

Timeline of Edith Marion Patch

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People Relevant to Edith Marion Patch

4 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Edith Marion Patch

Anna Botsford Comstock image of Anna Botsford Comstock
influenced by
  • American artist, educator, conservationist, and a leader of the nature study movement
Charles Dayton Woods
influenced by
  • 1856-1925
John Henry Comstock image of John Henry Comstock
influenced by
  • American entomologist
Oskar Augustus Johannsen
Co-Author
  • entomologist

Map of Edith Marion Patch and Influence

9 Locations are currently recorded in Wikidata about Edith Marion Patch

University of Maine
Worcester
Old Town
United States of America
University of Minnesota
Cornell University
Minneapolis
Orono
Edith Marion Patch House

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  • ISNI: 0000 0000 4876 5716
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  • VIAF ID: 31738039
    identifier for the Virtual International Authority File database [format: up to 22 digits]
  • Library of Congress authority ID: no2005108407
    identifier for Library of Congress ID for persons, works, organizations and subject headings [Format: 1-2 specific letters followed by 8-10 digits (see regex). For book editions, use P1144]
  • Project Gutenberg author ID: 31447
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  • SNAC Ark ID: w60295g8
    identifier for items in the Social Networks and Archival Context system
  • Commons category: Edith Marion Patch
    name of the Wikimedia Commons category containing files related to this item (without the prefix "Category:")
  • SHARE Catalogue author ID: 85794
    identifier for authors in SHARE Catalogue, a linked data federated catalogue of several Southern Italy universities
  • BHL creator ID: 6031
    identifier for an author ("creator") in the Biodiversity Heritage Library database
  • BHL creator ID: 189188
    identifier for an author ("creator") in the Biodiversity Heritage Library database
  • BHL creator ID: 32257
    identifier for an author ("creator") in the Biodiversity Heritage Library database
  • Entomologists of the World ID: 11378
    identifier for an entry in the Biographies of the Entomologists of the World online database
  • Open Library ID: OL2310671A
    identifier for a work ("W"), edition ("M") or author ("A") for book data of the Internet Archive
  • FemBio ID: 21576
    identifier for a woman, in the FemBio database
  • Reference Link: https://entomologytoday.org/2015/08/13/remembering-edith-patch-the-first-female-president-of-the-entomological-society-of-america/
    This source was used to derive statements made in Wikidata that describe Edith Marion Patch