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Records, 1894-1933.

Author: Wild Flower Preservation Society of America.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Records consist primarily of Elizabeth G.K. Britton's correspondence with local wild flower preservation groups in the U.S., 1894-1933. Prominent correspondents include Alice Owen Anderson, Margaret E. Allen, Edward Fuller Bigelow, Emma Lucy Braun, Thornton Waldo Burgess, Henry Chandler Cowles, Fanny Day Farwell, Harvey Wicker Felter, Albert August Hansen, John William Harshberger, Charles Frederick Millspaugh,
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Named Person: Elizabeth Gertrude Knight Britton; Alice Owen Anderson; Margaret E Allen; Edward Fuller Bigelow; E Lucy Braun; Thornton W Burgess; Henry Chandler Cowles; Fanny Day Farwell; Harvey Wicker Felter; Albert August Hansen; John William Harshberger; Charles Frederick Millspaugh; Percy Leroy Ricker; Edgar Theodore Wherry; Charles Louis Pollard
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Wild Flower Preservation Society of America.
OCLC Number: 155462252
Description: 4.8 linear ft.

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Records consist primarily of Elizabeth G.K. Britton's correspondence with local wild flower preservation groups in the U.S., 1894-1933. Prominent correspondents include Alice Owen Anderson, Margaret E. Allen, Edward Fuller Bigelow, Emma Lucy Braun, Thornton Waldo Burgess, Henry Chandler Cowles, Fanny Day Farwell, Harvey Wicker Felter, Albert August Hansen, John William Harshberger, Charles Frederick Millspaugh, Percy L. Ricker, and Edgar T. Wherry.

Also included are a small amount of correspondence conducted by Charles Louis Pollard, 1902-1903; a substantial file of literature from local wild flower organizations, constitution, minutes, clippings, articles written by Elizabeth G.K. Britton, and Stokes prize essays, 1902-1914.

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