Marsh, Millard C. (Deceased)
Millard was born in 1872. He earned his BS degree from Cornell University in 1897 and his MS degree from George Washington University in 1905. Most of his career was spent as a government ichthyologist with the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries. Among his significant publications was the classic The Fishes of Puerto Rico, which he coauthored with Barton Evermann. He was a member of the Biological Society of Washington (serving as recording secretary), the American Fisheries Society, the Society of American Bacteriologists, and the University Club of Washington. Millard was elected to membership in the Washington Biologists’ Field Club in 1901 and terminated his membership in 1913. Millard died in 1936.