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Administrative correspondence of the Gray Herbarium, 179?-1965 (inclusive), 1840-1955 (bulk)

Autor: Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
Edición/Formato:   Libro   Microforma : Manuscrito : Microfilm   Material de archivo : Inglés (eng)
Base de datos:WorldCat
Resumen:
Includes two series of correspondence of the Gray Herbarium. The first series, ca. 1790-1900, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Autographs
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Persona designada: Alexander Agassiz; Elizabeth Cabot Cary Agassiz; Louis Agassiz; Spencer Fullerton Baird; James Backhouse; John Ball; Theodric Romeyn Beck; George Bentham; Auguste Jean Marie Bachelot de La Pylaie, baron; L H Bailey; S F Blake; Edmond Boissier; Francis Boott; Michael Schuck Bebb; S B Buckley; Mary Katherine Brandegee; Alphonse de Candolle; William Marriott Canby; A W Chapman; Cora Hvidekoper Clarke; E Cosson; M A Curtis; James Dwight Dana; Charles Darwin; Joseph Decaisne; William Darlington; Mary Anna Day; Elie Magloire Durand; Daniel Cady Eaton; Alice Eastwood; George Engelmann; George J Engelmann; August Wilhelm Eichler; James Eights; Merritt Lyndon Fernald; Kate Furbish; Augustus Fendler; W G Farlow; Elias Fries; George L Goodale; Edward Lee Greene; Jesse More Greenman; Asa Gray; Emily L Gregory; Henry Fletcher Hance; William H Harvey; Edward Hitchcock; Joseph Henry; Susan Marie Hallowell; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Joseph Dalton Hooker; William Jackson Hooker, Sir; Georg Kükenthal; John L LeConte; Joseph LeConte; Johann George Christian Lehmann; Leo Lesquereux; Theodore Lyman; John Amory Lowell; Horace Mann; Karl Friedrich Philipp von Martius; Ferdinand von Mueller; William Munro; John Muir; Thomas Nuttall; Daniel Oliver; Stephen Thayer Olney; Frederick Law Olmsted; Edward Palmer; C C Parry; Thomas Minott Peters; Charles Pickering; Cyrus G Pringle; George Palmer Putnam; Joseph Prestele; John Howard Redfield; Benjamin Lincoln Robinson; Joseph F Rock; Charles Wilkins Short; Benjamin Silliman; Benjamin Silliman; Joachim Steetz; William Starling Sullivant; William T Thiselton-Dyer; William Thompson; George Thurber; John Torrey; Edward Tuckerman; Nathaniel B Ward; Jeffries Wyman; Sereno Watson; Charles Wilkes; Charles Wright; Edward Livingston Youmans; T G Yuncker
Tipo de material: Manuscrito
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Material de archivo
Todos autores / colaboradores: Harvard University. Gray Herbarium.
Número OCLC: 177500161
Notas: This is also known as the Historic Letters and Semi-Historic Letters Files.
Descripción: ca. 125 linear ft.
Otros títulos: Historic letters, 1790-1900
Semi-Historic letters, 1890-1955

Resumen:

Includes two series of correspondence of the Gray Herbarium. The first series, ca. 1790-1900, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker, and John Torrey. Letters include important biographical information and also document the early history of botany in the United States. The Darwin correspondence contains a letter to Gray establishing Darwin's precedence in developing a theory of natural selection. The second series comprises official correspondence, ca. 1890-1955, of the Herbarium and is primarily of Benjamin Lincoln Robinson. Correspondents include amateur and professional botanists, collectors, prospective students, and other Harvard offices and committees. Topics include discussion about botanical nomenclature, identification of specimens, biopolitics, and routine office matters.

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