Albert Boyle

Boyle was particularly enthusiastic about talking with the general visiting public at the Monument

Dr. Albert Boyle in the historic museum next to sauropod bones at Dinosaur National Monument.
Dr. Albert Boyle in the historic museum next to sauropod bones at Dinosaur National Monument.

Dr. Albert Boyle started working at Dinosaur National Monument in 1933 when he began supervising the public works projects occurring at the Monument. Read more about the public works projects on  1933-1938: The Quarry and The New Deal.

Read a comprehensive description of the work Boyle preformed at Dinosaur National Monument on Dan Chure’s Blog.

Information to be added as it becomes available

Boyle, A.C. 1940. Memo.

Boyle, A.C. 1938. Report relating to status of project: Dinosaur National Monument.

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