The John F. Clewe Correspondence contains outgoing, incoming, and third party letters which span the years 1925-1958. The
majority of the letters are between Clewe and his sister Marie and Clewe and Marie's husband Trevenen J. Taylor, a technician
in the Division of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis. Correspondence with Trevenen Taylor discusses
marketing a 16mm Kodachrome film created by Taylor which was able to record the emergence of the Monarch butterfly, detailing
the butterfly's development from caterpillar to the adult stage. Correspondence with Marie Taylor discusses Clewe family matters.
John F. Clewe (November 28, 1879-April 3, 1961) served as a teacher in the Los Angeles area. He married Belle Parsons (May
29, 1878-November 23, 1970) in 1915.
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