Arthur Coggeshall

Arthur Coggeshall was a paleontologist who became the Director of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, and who took a keen interest in the quarry at Dinosaur National Monument. He is responsible for taking many of the photographs of the excavations undertaken by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

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