Bristol City Museum: Miller and various other collectors and players in that local Institution. Copies of archival material from many other collections including Bristol Reference Library and Bristol Record Office.
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Hugh Torrens papers (HST): letters to Gibbs, research papers.
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Northamptonshire Record Office (NRO): Fitzwilliam Papers.
North Yorkshire Record Office (NYRO): Simpson papers and materials relating to Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society (WL&PS).
Oxford University Museum of Natural History (OUM): Phillips and Smith correspondence, notebooks, diaries and other papers.
Scarborough Local Studies Library: Scarborough Literary and Philosophical Society (SL&PS) minutes of council, Williamson diaries.
Scarborough Rotunda: some Phillips and Williamson papers.
Sheffield Public Library (SPL): Wentworth Woodhouse Monuments.
Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand: Mantell papers.
University of Cambridge Department of Archives and Manuscripts (UCAM): papers relating to Sedgwick Museum collections.
Yale University Library, USA: Mantell to Silliman correspondence, Silliman family papers, manuscripts and archives.
Yorkshire Philosophical Society (YPS): minutes, papers, correspondence relating to the society.
Yorkshire Museum: labels, registers and specimens.
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JSBNH Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History
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PM Philosophical Magazine
PTRSL Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London
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