(1865 - 1944)
Dwight Blaney was active/lived in Massachusetts, Maine. Dwight Blaney is known for town-landscape, coastal view, floral and snowscene painting.
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"Dwight Blaney and William Procter on the Molluscan Faunas of Frenchman Bay and Ironbound Island, Maine" by Richard I. Johnson, (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138.
In the early twentieth century, Dwight Blaney (1865-1944) and William Procter (1872-1951), two men of disparate genteel backgrounds, congregated in the summers with many of America's social elite in Maine's Bar Harbor region. Not prone to idleness, Blaney and Procter dredged the waters of Frenchman Bay for marine mollusks, Blaney in 1901-1909 and Procter in 1926-1932.
Blaney collected 149 species: 6 chitons, 62 bivalves, 2 scaphopods, and 79 gastropods. Two of the mollusks were new species that were named after him: Tonic
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