Charles Kellogg (October 2, 1868 – September 5, 1949) was an American
vaudeville performer who imitated bird songs, and later a campaigner for the ...
Mar 21, 2013 ... The park is also home to the world's first RV, Charles Kellogg's Travel Log,
handmade in 1917 from a fallen chunk of a redwood log and ...
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Aug 11, 2008 ... Charles KELLOGG: (c. 1880 - 04 September 1949) Known for his bird calls / bird
voices, Kellogg performed in vaudeville, with catalogs stating: ...
Charles Kellogg was an avid outdoors man, life member of Save the Redwoods
League, and owner of a motor home made from a single piece of a giant ...
Charles Kellogg (vocalist). Note on name: Also known as "The nature singer."
Victor catalogs note that Kellogg did not whistle, but imitated birds with throat ...
Visit reports, news, maps, directions and info on Charles Kellogg's Travel Log in
Jan 10, 2016 ... Take a Hike… with Mike: Mike Monroe reflects on the MH naturalist who was
Charles Kellogg Published in the January 6 – 19, 2016 issue of ...
Nov 13, 2012 ... 1926: Mr Charles Kellogg, a Californian scientist, give firemen here a
demonstration of extinguishing a gas flame two feet high by tonal ...
Explanation: Charles Kellogg — the naturalist, not the cereal inventor - claimed to
have the larynx of a bird. During the early 1900s, he wowed audiences with ...
Introduction. The Charles Edwin Kellogg Papers span the years 1902-1980 (bulk
1933-1971). The collection is 44 linear feet and occupies 75 boxes.